The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1956 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO 4-Algonq (la.) Upper D6> Moines Tuesday, March 47, 1956 Real Estate Deal Made At Whittemore Whilfernore — In a deal made recently Mrs Amanda Ruhnke bought the former J. G. Gockley home from George J. Elbert. The home is located just south of the Public School. Mr and Mrs Ruhnke retired from their farm in 1945 and bought a home in the north part of town, and since the death of her husband last April, Mrs Ruhnke decided that, she would like to live on the south side which would be much closer to her church. This home %yas the bnly house on the south side for sale. She will move to her home next month. Mrs Emma Knecht who occupies the home will move to the Raymond Keene Apartment April 2. Mrs Ruhnke's two story modern home will be for sale., Palm Sunday Guests Palm Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mii Ernie Meyer were Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrat?. and sons, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Dcbra, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz. Mrs Ruth Schultz and daughter Janice and son James, Mr and Mrs Scott DeSart of Fenton and Miss June Schmeling of Em- mctsburg, in .honor of Eldnn Ray Meyer's confirmation Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family of Albert Lea, Minn were "Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. They were accompanied home by Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, sister of Mrs Walker. Mrs \Rosendahl returned home Monday evening. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier of here and Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade of Algona visited with Mrs William Meyer Sr., and Mrs Thomas Dunphy both patients at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The latter was released from the hospital Friddy. Mr ALGONA® -NOW- THRU WEDNESDAY THE UNEXPECTED FROM HITCHCOM •MHO** msms ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY EDMUNDGWENN / JOHN FQRSYTHB and introducing SHIRLEY MacLAINE r ALFRED HITCHCOCK'. Dunphy was in Fort Dodge Friday afternoon to get Mrs Dunphy. Mr and Mrs Herman Bohnke had as dinner guests on Palm Sunday in honor of their daughter Marjoric's confirmation. William Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs Henry* Lauck and family of here. Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family of Lotls Creek, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Behnke of Algona, Miss Ruth Behnke of Chicago, and Rev. and Mrs Harold A. Roschke and family of Wavcrly. Ralrjh Sebers, Ronnie Hedin and Karl Gajer arrived here Saturday morning from Aurora. 111. to spend the weekend with their respective parents. Anthony Busherfeld is a pat- iient at St. Ann hospital in Algona, with a siege of pneumonia and complications. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Forrest. Gilmore Thursday at St. Ann hospital. They now have two girls and a boy. Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer are the proud parents of a daughter horn Thursday at St. Ann hospital. They have one son and a daughter. James Busherfeld arrived home Wednesday on a 30-day leave from Fort Eustis, Va. Upon his return he will leave for Germany. Mr and Mrs James II. Geelan Jr. of Algona accompanied the former's parents, Mr and Mrs James B. Geelan, to Sac City, Sunday, where they were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Dale Fritzgerald. Mr and Mrs Richard Bierstedt had as dinner guests at their home Mr and Mrs Melvin Hcin- rich, and Marion Heinrich Sunday in Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Heinrich were sponsors to Karen Sue. daughter of the Biersledt's. By AArs. Lawrence Bergman COMING THURSDAY - 3 DAYS ! "THE APACHE WOMAN" Terror In Africa! "SIMBA" Alfred Webeiv took his sister Marcella to Rochester Friday where she will go through the clinic. Marcella has been ailing for quite some time. Joey W-elp, son of-Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp, slipped on the ice while at schaol, pulling the ligaments in his, ankle. His ankle was placsd in a Past and he is able to be around on crutches Mr:and;. Mrs \ Kenne'th,,fisher ares- the * pafents "'af ff 'daughter born Friday evening .at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby weighed 1 Ibs. 12 ot. and has been named DeFaun Desiree. Mr and Mrs John Karels celebrated their 45th anniversary on March 15. Sixty relatives and friends were guests at their home. All their eight children and families were present for the occasion. A farewell party honoring Rev. August Post was held Wednesday evening in the Baptist Church Parlor. Rev. Post who has been pastor of the Baptist Church here for the past three and a half years preached his farewell sermon Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Pdst and three daughters will leave this week for Round Prairie, Minn., where ho has accepted a position as pastor of the Baptist Church there. Mrs Mary Lieurance and Delbert and Mrs Elizabeth Lampe Milton E. Putnam for EASTER Capture All The Beauty And Loveliness of the Easter Season With the Gift Eternal FLOWERS • Blooming Plants • Fresh Cut Flowers • Lovely Easter Lilies % Easter Sunday Corsages We Can Wire Flowers Anywhere In Time For Easter Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA Easter Fun! COURT JESTER tC | ha . *.** ukA^-ut >** ^o - *£«. V » .VwlJ»i3 Danny Kaye is starred in the hilarious comedy hit ' "Court Jester," which plays Easter Sunday and Monday at the Algona thealtre. The film comes highly (recommended as family entertainment. left Thursday for Sioux Citj where they will visit with Mrs Lieuranre's daughter. Mr and Mrs Ray Welp returned Tuesday after spending the winter in Brownsville, Tex. Mrs Nellie Lupin returned home Saturday after spending the winter with her daughter in Sacramento, Calif. Miss Mary Jacobs fell on her way to Mass at St. John's Catholic church Sunday, injuring her arm. Joan Fox, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox, spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Gene Fox in Walnut Grove, Minn. ! Mr and Mrs Fox brought Joan back homt Sunday. Mr and Mrs Perry Tonne spent the weekend at the home of the Torino's daughter, Mr and Mrs Howard Nagel. While there they attended the funeral' services of Mrs Earl Nagle who passed away at her home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Nagel left here'three year,* ago'for'Fairmont. ... • ; ' : 'Mr's"'Rose • Murphy,••'Mrs Mary: Schmidt, and Mrs Maurice'Froe- 'ile attended the wake of Mr We is of Armstrong Friday evening. Bill Duckling, son of Mrs Oda. Duckling, is employed at Murray Elevator where he took the- place of John Shay who was recently injured in a fall while working. Mr and Mrs Stanley Guest and family of Bcmidji; Minn, were weekend guests at the Bill Dudding home. 'Bob Binzen, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Bir'.en, is a patient at Holy Family hospital for observation. Bob is in the eighth grr.dc at St. John's School. SIX WINNERS Be sure to read iLis page thoroughly end if you spot your name individually, you will receive free* admittance to the hilarious cpmedy, "The Court Jester," playing Sunday and Monday at the Algona Theater. Just tjive your name at the box office. William Salisbury PRE-EASTER FUN ALGONA4, SATURDAY 10 A.M. & 11:30 P.M. (Morning & Midnite) Morning AU, \ CARTOON and COMIDY SHOW Including "THE 3 STOOGES" and "LITTLE RASCAL*" HOURS OF FUN! at MIDNIGHT SHOW Come in anytime after 9 p.m. See regular show and stay without extra charge for midnite show. Raise $200 At Ottosen With Senior Carnival Ottosen — One of the high- liphts of the carnival held at the schoolhouse last Tuesday evening was a hillbilly comedy entitled "Fcudin 1 Mountain Boys. The cast of characters included Gary Banwart as Freddie .Frump; Nancy Cooper as Effie Katz- felter; Gayl'e Banwart as Grand- maw Frump; Peter Holt, Paw Frump; Anna Mac Bauer, Maw Frump; Shirley Kampcn, Cora Mae Frump; Jay Frieden, Hiram Kntzfelter; Jerry Wehrspann. Pappy Kat/.felter; Y o u n g i n 's. Jimmic Newton, Jerry Newton. Terry Frieden, Karen Banwart. Donna Jean Struthers and Kent Paeper. Lilas Worster was the prompter and stage managers were Carol Hellickson and Patty Struthers. Arlhus Loyig took charge of the curtain. About $200 was taken in from this event for the benefit of the athletic fund and to help the seniors on their "skip day" journey to Chicago. Sharon Madsen of Bradgate won the Electric fry pan door prize. The second door prize was .won by Mrs Knut Oppedahl and the third door prize by Mrs Roy Luft: Easier Services The Sunrise Easter services at the Presbyterian Church will be held at 6:30 a.m. Easter Sun- clay morning. Following the services Easter breakfast will bt served in the church parlors. 1 Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Mr and Mrs Charles Reaper drove to Lanark, 111. to spend the weekend. They will visit his uncle, a patient at St. Francis hospital there, and other .relatives. Tony Thilges was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when honored by a family birthday party. His mother and brother irorn Fentoii, and his married daughter, the M. Abbots and son of Algona, were present. Mrs Vena Schneider returned home from Iowa City Friday having completed her check-up there, which was very satisfac-' tory. ' ' • •* Mr and Mrs Otto Lomboldt arid Mr and Mrs Gus Schmidt of Austin, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr 'and Mrs L. W. McMahon. Daryl Davis and oilier classmates attended an indoor track meet .at Iowa City Saturday. The trip was made in Bill Moxley's car and all enjoyed the day. Will Kowalski Mary Dailey is confined to her home with hepatitis. Gary Davis is recovering satisfactory from a light case of the same ailment. Members of the Progressive Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Eugene Struthers. Mrs Knut Oppedahl was elected delegates and Mrs Donald Cooper was elected alternate to the county meeting to ba held April 5 at Livermore. Mrs Ralph Richards gave- the lesson prepared by Mrs Oliver Kinseth on the Offutt Air Field nsar Omaha. Mrs Olaf Bruvik gave some of the highlights on her part in the panel discussion to bo held at the county meeting. The next meeting date has been changed to April 11 because of the conflic.t with the county meeting. Tho meeting will be held at the homo of Mrs Olaf Burvik. Guests were Mrs Olvin Haug, Mrs Ralph S.truthers and Mrs Ivan Schneider of West Bend. IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPL The CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FrL, Mar. 30 — No Dance SAT.7 MARCH 31st JULES HERMAN And Orchestra SUN.. APRIL Tst HANK SCHOOLEY And Orchestra Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs Jim Clifford and children and Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips of Algona were Tuesday evening supper guests at the P. W. Marlow homo. Earl Zwiefel and Arlo-Zwiefel went to Mason City Wednesday afternoon on business. Mrs Earl Zwiefel called at the Victor Fitch home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelscn visited Wednesday evening at the Herbert Nelson home. M. B. K'.rschbaum Easter Fun For All The Family! Sunday - Monday "THE FUNNIEST KAYE ON MOVIE RECORD1" DANNY COURT JESTER <v S1*-n"$ GLYNIS JOHNS WWE-IANSBUOTRKER AlsJM FRANK Co/;rby' TK'HM COLOR. WED.. APRIL 4th CREW CUTS wilh BLUE BARRON & ORCH. Nome Therapist For Area Work A recent graduate of Iowa U., Mary Hunter, has been appoint 1 ed special speech therapist by Winnebago, Hancock and Kossuth counties in the division of special education. Miss Hunter will reside at Forest City and serve the northern half of the three-county set-up. Eric Allen. Garner, is therapist in the south half of the area. Each public school in the three counties will be visited weekly, and the therapist will conduct special speech classes for students who have speech problems. All age groups get aid if needed. Mfs Emma Breyef Dale CHne DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Tues., April 3 DON SHAW and HIS ENTERTAINING BAND Booth Reservation—$1.00 Call Reinsbach Color Center Phone 4101 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOM. IOWA Sunday« April 1 JACK COLE + Friday, April 6 FRANK BUHR Sunday, April 8 DON HOY Friday, April 13 RAY STOLZENBEKG t - •• - .-...— ' Sunday, April 15 HENRY CHARLES No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League t Standings Published eath week through Courtesy of Morck Dish Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE LANES American League W Titor.ka _75V-> Studcr's Stock Farm -.70 Biandt Buick 69'4 Hamilton Hatchery -.66'/a Baker's Livestock £4'/2 3jogrer:'s . 61 V-> Boone Ridge 45'/2 Robinson Produce __ 43Va Sorenscn Mtr. 42 Corwith 39 Lions 35^2 Hofti Lockers _- 35 ^National League W Algona Produce 75'i> Ernie Williams P-C _. 67 West End Billiards .. 62 Ms Seven-Up 61 '-2 Burt Co-Op 60M; Ready-Mix •_ 59 Bancroft Oil Co., 57 "Irnio Williams J-D . Britt Ins 49 Vi 40 40 Kuss. Co. Imp. 39'a .iL'.v s Jack bprat 3(5 Western League W Pioneer Hibrcd 73 \'z Titonka 73 Swart/. Hdwe. 71 Burt (59 S.iogrena 58 Mutual of Omaha 57 Sargent Feeds 55 Thermogas . 51 L 32 »i 38 38'/a 41'»2 43 MJ 46 Ms 62 \'s 64», 2 66 69 72.»/2 73 L 32 Us 41 45 >2 46'/2 47V3 49 51 58'i 68 68 68'i 72 L 34'i 35 37 39 50 51 53 57 Plantation 49Vi> Albright Aero-Scrv. _.. 47 Thomas Skelgas 28 Kossuth Motor 20 Classic League i W Hamms __ 81M> State Farm Ins. 71'/2 S, & L. 68 Titonka .--- 67 Plantation 64 Beecher Lane Appl. 61 Seelev Farms 45 Hub Clothiers 44M: Root Hdwe. 43 \'t Miller High Life 37 Scobba Skelly Serv. ..33 Burt 32 Mixed League W Sinclair Oilers 72 Has Beens 69 Conoco Service 64 Brandt Buick _ -.62 Buckaroos _ 55'i Aces 52'.3 Farmer's Co-op Standard Oil Vets Strudt'ls Sargent Feeds Ilulx.eH's Cities Serv. LARRY'S Monday 50 49 1 -49'2 46 45 33 W Miller High Life 57 Bude Billiards 54 Moo.-e 55 K of C. -' 51 Bode D-X 39 58'/2 61 80 88 L 26',2 36 te 40 41 44 47 • 63 63 V'a 64',2 71 75 76 L 36 39 44 46 52'2 55 '/> 58 58 > 2 58i 2 62 63 75 L 27 30 32 36 48 Clark Grain Co. 344 Schulte Recreation _. 29'2 Don's Phillips 66 25 Tuesday W Hamm's 51 Moose 50 Blatz 47 Seeley Farms . 46 Russ & Ky's 44 Peterson's Cafe 39 Barry's - v 37 National Guard Ji 22 Wednesday Women Cook's Welders 474 Thuente's 444 Druggists' Mutual __ 434 Bancroft Co-op 35 Moose 294 United Variety 294 Coast-to-Coast 28 Welp's 184 Thursday Women W Sharp's Jewelry 44 Bill's Standard' 38 DeKalb Hood-Winks 37 A.S.C. 31 V;m's Cafe --.^ 32 Stor/.-etU's . 30 Wallburg'.s Texaco .. 27 Bradley Bros. \ 25 Mixed Doubles W Chrome Cafe 20 Cowan Motor Court -. 20 Coast-to-Coast 18 Bin Four 17 Phonics _. lli K and E 12 No Goods 11 Algona Produce. 3 524 574 62 L 33 34 37 38 40 45 47 02 21 ''•« 244 '25 4 34 394 39 4 41 504 L 22 2H 29 35 34 3(5 39 41 L 10 10 12 10 14 15 19 27 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of Distributing Co. <VND THE STORZ BREWING CO. 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