The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1962 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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2-Algontt (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, May 29, 1962 New Officers Of Wesley CDA Named May 22 Wesley — CDA met May 22. Election of officers was held. lie-elected were Mildred Arndorfer, grand regent: Lucille Nelson, vice-regent; Marilyn Lickteig. prophetess; Francis Weber, financial secretary; Irene Muehe, sentinel: Josie Gouge, organist. Maud Studcr succeeds Mildred Fox Studer as treasurer; Sally Bauer succeeds Jean Studcr as historian; Marjorie Becker succeeds Marjorie Goetz as monitor; Mary Bode succeeds Mary Joyce Haverly as lecturer. Trustees are Clara ilaverly. Helen Ynunpwirtli Clara Erclman. Emma Olson. .Ins- line Becker and Ella Hanig. Man Weber, Rose Hauptly, Arlene Tcb- bin, Marie Licktoig and Agnes Stevens were on the nominal ing committee. The officers will bo installed at the June 26 meeting. Grand Regent Mildred Arndorfer gave a report on the state convention. The Nun do.'! exhibit that she displayed at the convention was awarded 2nd prize of $10. The exhibit consisted of 28 dolls representing 10 different orders. Mary Joyce Haverly, lecturer, lead the Litany of the Blessed Virgin. 500 was played with Florence Hildman and Helen Johnson winning high and low score prizes. Mary Bode received the door prize and lucky plate prize. Margaret Hoot, Marie Doughan, Dorothy Eiscnbacher, Irene Hanig, Blanche Rasmusscn and Mildred Sluder were on the kitchen committee. Clara Hauptman, Wilhelmina Hughes. Francis Weber, Mary Joyce Haverly, Lulu Hanig and Marjorie i,Joe> Goetz were on the entertainment committee. "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" coming to the Algeria Theatre Sunday. Receive Awards At graduation exercises May 2:! in Convith-Wesley school the high honors in scholarship went to Leanna Long, Mavis Nygaard. Barbara Leek and Dennis Glawc. Sheryll Harr and Xick Will won Danforth book awards and Barbara Leek the award for citizenship. Bible School Vacation Bible School begins June 4 and continues 1 week in both the Methodist and Evangelical Free churches. I 1BKKTY VALANCE DELIVERS AN ULTIMATUM to the city-bred lawyer, played by JAMES STEWART (left) while JOHN WAYNE stands l.y ready for trouble in "The Alan Who Shot Liberty Valance." LEE MARVIN portrays the vicious Valance in the John Ford Production released by Paramount, due Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Leo Hanigs report a new granddaughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital, Algona, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker. She weighed 7 pounds and has a 2'i> year old brother Ronnie. The new mother is the former Mary Lou Hanig. Albert Lickteig and Kathy. Ruth, Mike and Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig went to Milwaukee, Wis. May 19 to spend visiting Sunday with Sister Mary Rose Francis of Assissi also visited Sister several days at the home of her daughter and family, the Soren Christensens, and attend the graduation of her grandson, John Christensen. Mrs. Herman Bode, Mrs. Will Hauptly, Mrs. Harold Eischen, Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Mrs. Justine Becker and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer attended a pre-nuptial shower at St. Benedict May 20 for Judy Frideres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen, of Algona who will marry Ronnie Rosen Albert at St. Convent. They Mary Anastasia at Mundelain, 111. | meyer. son of the Al Rosenmeyers Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig visited j of St. Benedict June 12. his brother Father Dominic at Joliet. Ill and returned Tuesdav eve- IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Janella, yougest daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, was one of 83 children in first communion class at St. Cecelia's in Algona May 13. In her honor her parents gave a dinner at their home. Guests were Mrs. Marie Frankl, Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, the B. A. Frankl family, the Don Bormann family, the Ed Schiltz family, the Con Ktmkel family, Mrs. Mamie Frankl and Marguerite Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and Mr. and Mrs. John Dole and son drove to Rochester, Minn. Monday. Mrs. Leo Dole was having surgery at St. Mary's Tuesday. Reports given by the Doles on their return were a satisfactory recovery is expected. The Leo Doles were residents of Irvington years ago and now live at Knapp, Wise. Betty Wickwire, Cedar Falls, spent last weekend with her parents, the Wayne Wickwires here. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, graduated from Garrigan high school May 27. Open house was held in the late afternoon and evening at their home in observance of the occasion. Felicia, 5 year old daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Struthers, was a patient at St. Ann Wednesday and Thursday having had tonsils and adenoids removed. Robinette Louise is the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seller born at St. Ann May 21. Re-Elect Iowa's Voice of EXPERIENCE Senator Hickenlooper's years of seniority give Iowa a powerful voice in six o£ the most vital committees of the Senate . . . Agriculture . . . Foreign Relations . . . Atomic Energy . . . Disarmament and Space. His Senate colleagues have<shojf're£hGgr pespect by electing him chaUman' 6t tfie^Senkfe'a - JZepuMcan Policy Committee. «, His experience and judgment serve Iowa and the nation. Re-elect Senator Hickenlooper to continue His good work for a just and honorable peace. The baby born to Mr. and Mrs Albert Becker May 20 at St. Ann nine. i hospital has been named Donna Teachers, ccoks and janitors of j Kae - The X were brought home ft ft ft ft B. HICKENLOOPER /, Candidate for re-election to the'"^ U. S. SENATE 1 ^ JUNE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES Published by the Hickenlooper for Senator Committee Vt-rncm L. Clark, Chairman. the Westey public school gave r farewl! party for James Harper May .r after school. The party- was held in the dining room where lunch was served and a gift presented. The Harper family will move to West Branch for the next school year. Mrs. Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota. Minn, came May 17 to spend two weeks with her son Lester Blain and family and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schroeder of Sheffield spent Thursday with the John Paulsons. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold entertained at dinner May 19 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen's wedding anniversary Other guests were the Leo Stevens Algona. Howard Hansens, Miller Raymond Hansens and John Paul- sons. '-':'•' Junior high school choVus sang over KGLO-TV May 23 at 4 o'clock. Arend Scheuer took them to Mason City in the school bus. There are 31 in the chorus directed by Ray Boyer. Evangelical Free aid met Wednesday, May 23 in Mrs. Mary Flom home. Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard is lesson leader. Mrs. Mag Blcich spent May 20 in the Alongo Schiltz home in Bancroft where she met old friends from Dubuque. Eugene Hanig entertained members of the Robinson bosvling team and their wives at a steak dinner at his home May 22. Guests were the Dennis Thadas, Everett Acker sons, David Youngwirths, Larry Grandganetts and Ed Dornbiers. Mrs. Mary Bradfield went to Friday. The other Becker child. 2'j year old Ronnie, was carec for by his grandparents, the Leo Hanigs. Mrs. Merle Loss and infant son, Donald James, were brought home Friday from the hospital where the baby was born May 21. Mrs. Loss is the former Joan Krieps and the young couple also have a 2 year old daughter, Debra. at Sheppard Field, Texas, left Danny Arndorfer who had been Friday for Peace Air Base, New Hampshire. He had spent two weeks in the parental Leonard Arndorfer home. He graduated from the I.B.M. school at the Texas air base. Mrs. Justine Becker accompanied the Don Redings of St. Joe to Dubuque May 19 where they visited r his sister, Sister Madeline, at Stm'rancis" Convent "and Sister Georgirie at Si. Mary's Academy. Mrs. Lulu Hanig and Irene went o Boone Monday to attend high school commencement exercises. Their grandson and nephew, Danny Nelson, was a member of the class. Mrs. Martha Tjarks moved over the May 20 weekend to Mason City where she purchased a home. CAR Arlen Benler of Hopkinton was injured recently when a car jack toppled over and the car he was greasing struck him on the head. Nora Springs Tuesday to spend i quoketa. MUSHROOM A giant mushroom, measuring 8 inches across was displayed le cently by Richard Walker of Ma TRADING Best time of the year to transplant yourself into a new '62 MERCURY METEOR! You'll come to life in this great new car - and we'll do all we can to make it easy for you to own one. So trade while the Wednesday thru Saturday "Horizontal Lieutenant" 7:35-0:40. Saturday matinee at 2:00. Sunday "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" 1:30-3:30-5:307:35-9:35. Monday thru Wednesday "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" 7:15-9:35. Matinees Monday thru Wednesday at 1:30. SPECIAL June 1 has always been a special clay for Mrs. Art Rieckenberg of rural Waverly. On June 1, 1928. she graduated from Waverly high school, on June 1, 1930 she was married. And on June 1, 1962 she will get a bachelor of arts degree from Wartburg college. She is the mother of five children. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Molnes. ALGONA WED. THRU SAT. SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 Who mode you hoppy la >WHER£TH£ BOYS tut back In another Uff tempi.,.. PRENTISS HUTTOM fliou PopU.rSJftV.You.q Start in PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION "FIRE AWAY" AND COLOR CARTOON Turn it inlo a dry, comfortable playroom, workshop, ;tore room with Wesfmghduse ELECTRIC Dehumidifier Stops rutl, mold, rolling, w»t walls and floors I \>• Removes up to 33 pints of moisture from the air daily! «No installation — just plug in' Rolls nn rasters! • Sot Humidistal Dial tor umj degree t/. Jryness! • Big 10-qt. bucket! • 5-year replacement guarantee! w BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE TERMS CY 4-3613 SUN. THRU WED. ALGONA trading is good -come on inl 105 South Phillips TAYLOR MERCURY Algona, Iowa MATINEE DAILY AT 1:30 FOR THIS GIANT ATTRACTION CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME! »ii "i mi i nim^MMVp JAMES STEWART J8NN WAYNE The Unprecedented Excitement, Drama And Sweep Of A Mighty Legend About The Winning Of The West...Immortalized By A Master Moviemaker! VWoShot liberty ss t'.YUTOON VE MILES -LEE MARVIN -EDMOND O'BRIEN - A- MURRAY WED. - THURl - FRL -. SAT. ON THE SAME PROGRAM 3BREATHTAKING THRILLERS! t ft£AMM6:$&Ff0ANP£XC'i*™ ON HIGH WAY AND TRACK! SCREECHING THRILLS in a BLAZING 1 STORY of the RACE TRACK! JOHNNY SANDS TERRY AUSTIN AT 10:30 Plus and Sensational Hit, WHEN SPEED CRAZED KIDS BURN RUBBER ON OUR CROWDED HIGHWAYS THEY'RE DYNAMITE! DARRU HKKMAN Stir ofllii Amsrlcani 1 an 7T TERRY MOORE AT 9:15 PLUS 3RD THRILL PACKED HIT! ALL THE EXCITEMENT THE SCREEN CAN HOLD! '" You'll see A( from the edge of your seat! •s-^ WORLD SERIES OF STOCK CAR RACING! filmtd en th» spot/ H« handled car* and women the tame way) \ RORY CALHOUN "5T .ALAN HAK . CONNit HIKES: IOHN GMRY 7:45 THURSDAY IS BUCKNIGHT! THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 .... SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY that teenagers and parents ans created equally HILARIOUS/ WENT TRAP! PIUS SICQND FEATURE LANTIS THE JoST ^CONTINENT

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