The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 3
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W.S.C.S. Circle Meetings Held At LuVerne wore Mr, H»mM "r^ 2< " iel '" th * home o George A. Eggleston with 'u Sanfn ''d - assisting. rnembrrs and two guests. ^ rlhu r H «nry of Pocahontas Mrs. James Tnluger, Livermore. were in attendance. The devotions wore leer by Mrs Clarence Krause and the lesion pfurly \vas K iven , by M ,. s Earl Neal. The business was in (-•hiirg:.- of the circle chairman, Mrs .Jessie Sanford. Tlia new cn'ondnrs for the coming year were Riven out. . . ,. '. , C Ji <clp 3 ' m ^ in tnfi ^ rm h»me nf Mrs Ralph. T. QayirlsonJ with Mrs Raymond Nelson assisting 13 members; answered roll call. Mrs Roboj-ti" Kcssiriger 'was -i Kuest. Devotions were led by MJ-S Duane Neal.,- .Mtrs- Cecil Bjustfem liad the lesson study on Rebeecah of the old Testament. The business meeting was in, charge of the circle chairman. Mrs Normn E. McClaran,. The new calendars were grVen out. , ; ,\ Zion Aid Mel The Ladles Aid 'Society met in the rooms .of the Zion Lutheran Churchifhursday; ojftfrnoon Twenty seven .were injattendance and two guests, Mrs Hafold Niel- Show, Starts; 8:25 Tuesday r- Wed. $ Buck Nites — Plus Bonus Hit — (On at 10:40) "PRINCESS OF THE NILE" Wiih DEBRA PAGET son Jr., and Mrs ttavolrl Meyer Mrs Nielson was welcomed as new member. Meeting .,, was .opened by the president, Mrs Thees Schnatcen berg. Mrs Henry Pergande a Mrs Schnaketiberg gave a repor of the -spring W.L.W.M.L. Rally held in Burf recently. PJans 'were discussed for the observance o the twenty-fifth anniversary ti be held in August. The Rev. Louis Wittenburg showed a Catechism film strip and n religious talk and prayer Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, -had thc surprise numbers, a guessing contest with prize awarded to Mr; Wayne Per^ande. Mrs Fay Harmon was hostess serving refreshments. Mrs Pansy Stello and daughter- in-law', Mrs William Stello of Sherburn, Minn, visited Thursday in the Mr and Mrs George A Eggleston home. Mrs Pansy Stello is a niece of Mr Eggleston Mrs Marie Stoddard accompanied her son and family A/1 C Gail Stoddard to Offut.l Air Base, Omaha, for a two wcjek visit Monday-. . ' . Mr and Mrs Jeff Bougie of Crookston, Minn, arrived Thurs,'day to visit her sister, Mrs Nelle Biegger. Mrs Harry Stauffacher accom panied . lier brothers, Verne and Dewey Luchsinger,' flenWick, to Malica,' .Minn. Friday, June 1, wnere ^Hey Attended trie funsra, of Mieir unrfie, Culter St^rr. : Carroll .Marty -left Friday to visi f unfil Mdnday with his sis* ter. Mi* .a^ncl Mrs'- Edward " Link' ,and children at 'Qerio'a, 111., and' his ^brother,' Rey ( and Mrs How- •ird Mtto'ty and fchildrQii .at Clin- (On at 9 P.M.) , ? ; < , : •• '• Esther. Merkle went ,to ;Britt Tuesday morning. imd accoiflpan- ied; ! Mr-and Mrs Walter Hefti to loVva City where -.they visited their niece and daughter Marilyn Hefti Tuesday ?nd' Wednesday. rtarry &iuufl'ncnt:r, . -*vn6' was a medical: 'patient iat Mercy | hos- •ipital. F6rt Dodge^ the past y/eek is now aft his farm hom^. ' . Mrs Li?./.ie Frost who imdfr- AV«nt surgery recently, it Mercy ,,....^< nl T r ort rj 0 dge, is now? Convalescing at tne home'df .her 'tiu'u'- SUNDAY ! WHY DID MAMIE STOVER • HAVE TO LEAVE SAN : FRANCISCO 20th Century-FM prwntt JANE RUSSELL RICHARD EGAN w-stimni JOAN LESLIE •ith AGNES MOOKEHEAO MICHAEL PATE . BUDDY ADUR filnctcd by RAOUL WALSH- PflUXI CINEMASCOPE Kids Vacation Movies Start • The Children's Vacation Movie series starts tHis Wednesday at the Algona theatre, with "Francis Goes to West Point." starring Donald Q'Connor, as the first attraction. There will be eight of ,the movies, in the series, all on Wednesday afternoons. Season tickets at $1.00 are still on sale, and single admissions are 25c and 50c. x All of the features to be shown in the series are from the list of approved Children's Library films. •ghter, Mr and Mrs Oscar Hagon and family, near Bode. Dale Hersbergen returned to his home from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient. A/1C and Mrs Junior'Hin/: and •on.-Ronald, left Monday morning for his .new 'assignment at •in ait force base near Rosewell, N. M. Junior has spent a 30- y furlough with his wife and son at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Hinz, brother Myron and sister Rutli Ann. Junior .spent the past year in Greenland. Mr and Mrs Guy Andre went to Iowa City Tuesday mornim; whoro Mr Andre 4joes for furthei observation, for a goitre. Their daughters, Michele and Barbara are at the home of their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Alvin rlardcopf. Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf d daughter, Mrs David Harper of Storm Lake, were business visitors in Emmetsburg Tuesday. Mrs Glenniss Harper IOOK her daughter, Suzanne, to Des Moines Tuesday,- Susie, a 1956 graduate of LuVerne .high school, plan-; to erites 'nurse's training there this fall. Mr and Mrs Lyle Powell and children of Yale were recent visitors in the parental Mr and Mr- C. O. McClellan home. 'Mrs Norma >£. McClaran ha? •etntned from Sioux City where she spent the past week in the home" of her brother, Wilbur 'Jansburg. , Pa'tricia Hansen, student, at Iowa i. State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls, has arrived for the suminei' vacation with her fa- '.'.'. Van Hansen. Miss Hansen will teach music pupils in, the icinity this summer. Mrs David Harper and son 3av>id, of Storm Lake spent the aa?t weekend; at; the parental Vlrs, Glenniss Harper and Robert •Ja'rdcopf homes. . . Carol Wagner, student nurse at Mercy ;hospitali Fort Dodge, is 'spending a week's 'vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted .Wagner. , „ :S311y Ha"rdcQpf is spending ,-a. week" in 'Chicago visiting her sister, Mrs Barbara Templin, and brother-,-Jerry Hardcopf. Mr and Mrs E. J. Grcrlon and daughter Marilyn of Portland Maine, arrived Monday to visit their daughter, Dr. and Mrs Nor man Hesse and family in' Renwick and his mother, Mrs Lillu O. Hesse in LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcop' Sr. of LuVerne and Mrs Dorothy Arndorfor of St. Benedict took Why???? -NOW- Thru Thursday »ith MIKE LANE as Toro Moreno MAX EAER • JERSEY JOE WALCOTT • EDWARD ANDREWS PLANTATION BALLROOM WH7TTEMOHE, TOWA Frida 1 /, June 15 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, June 17 JACK COLE Friday, June 22 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, June 24 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, July 1 EDDIE ALLEN No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 FREE! FREE! 16 PAGE CATALOG Selected SUMMER Items AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Playground Equipment Picnic & Patio Accessories Outdoor Barbeques Outdoor-Indoor Folding Table Garden Equipment AND MANY OTHERS Write Todayl Just Enclose TOc for Handling & Mailing Costs. "WORLD-WIDE" INDUSTRIES Dept. P 55 123 Mercer Sireet New York, New York (24-25-26; "Why , Did Mamie Stover have Jo leave San Francisco?" Thai's Ihe theme of the sensational picture "Revolt of Mamie Stover," coming Sunday Jo the Algona ihealre, wilh Jane Russell and Richard Egan as- the stars. their granddaughter, Jan Hardcopf, to Arties Friday night where she ticcompanied her parents, Mi &nd Mrs Robert Hardcoof- Jr.. tr KanFas City where Robert is employed. Mr and Mrs Ernest Griebel of DCS Moines and Mrs Anna Block of Renwick visited Sunday, June 3, with friends here and in the home of. the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. Mr and Mrs Early Legler, Ruth Ann arid ^Bobby of Algona visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler, Monday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Wilson Legler. Alfred Fett entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Monday. Or, Thursday he will undergo surgery. , Mrs Carol Block of Pocchontas and her sister, Janet Henry, were visitors in Algona Thursday. Mrs Block is assistant mat ron at the county home in : Pocahontas. Miss Henry is receptionist for Dr. Jack Harris. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and baby daughter Robin Jo visited the past week in the home of Mr nnd Mrs Albert Hefti, parents of Mrs Helm. Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr., r. Keith and LeOta, Mr and Mrs John Voss Sr., of Algeria, (he Misses Charlotte, Gloria and Ruth Wise of Wesley visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Wayland Frederick and children m Arlington, they attended the baptism of Jeanne Louise Frederick born April 19, 1956. Mrs Frederick is the former Delores Voss, daughter of the John Voss Sr., find sister of John Voss Jr. They have three sons. Julia Voss, Sr., Algona, form- l 'i l.v of LuVerne, underwent sur-" tU'iy at Park 1 Hospital,' Mason City. Monday. His condition is siilisfarlnry. John Voss Jr. spent Wednesday with his father and AIi.; John Voss Jr. and LeOta visitc-d him Friday. St. Joe C.O.A. To Install Officers Wednesday Kite SI. Joe—C. D. of A. Court St. Joseph will hold a regular njonth- l.v meeting on Wednesday, June 13th, at 8 o'clock in the school ha!I. Installation of the newly elected officers will be held, following the business meeting, with Grund regent Mrs Frank Reding presiding. Committee in ;.'li;irge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs Richard Kohlhaas, Mi.s Peter Kirsch, Mrs David Bernhard. Mrs Alphonse Berte. Mrs Martin Friders, Mrs Fred Illg. Mrs Edward Borrnann, Mrs Anton Becker, Mrs Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs Frank Bormann, Mary Jane Origer. K. C. St. Joseph's Council held a regular monthly meeting on Monday evening with Grand Knight Peter Becker presiding, following the business meeting election of officers was held with all re-elected. Charles Plathe, Art Plathe, Johnnie Reding and Norbert Friders wers? the committee in charge of lunch and social hour.. A surprise farewell party was given Dwaine Weyderl in his home on Tuesday evening with neighbors and friends gathering for Ihe courtesy. The evening was spent at cards and socially with prizes awarded to Sharon O'Brien, Irwin Mertz, Bonnie Weydert and Harlan Weydert. Dwaine Weydert, son of Mr and Mrs Anton Weydert, a 1956 graduate of St. Joseph's high school will leave on June Ifith for service in the U.S. Navy. Those attending the gathering were Mr and^ Mrs Anton Weydert nnd family, Mr and Mrs John Mert/. and sons, Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges, Mr and Mrs Laurence Thilges and sons, Mr and Mrs Ed thilges, Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mr and Mrs Harry Thilges, Mr and Mra Wilfred Schneider, and Mr and Mrs Howard Weydert. A delicious lunch brought by the guests was served. Tuesday, June 12, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Oe« Malrt«§~3 United States Post Office handles more mail than all the rest of the world combined, reaching to nearly 60 billion pieces annually. SWIM-FISH-PICNIC Special for Picnics — Chicken — Shrimp and Burgers in a Basket - Coffee - Pop - Beer - lee Cream Hand's Park - Fairmont, Minn. ON SALE TOMORROW Summer Cotton Tops BARE-ARM BEAUTIES FOR YOUR SEPARATES, YOUR SUITS AND SKIRTS, PRICED ONLY/ Linen-look ereost.' resistant rayons, gay 'embossed cottons and heavenly print blouses to bring you above.the- ' waitt-flottery,for a p^n money price! Sixes 32 ,t« 36. 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