The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 10, 1962
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 \ 1 r* . ARQUNQ Mr and Mrs John Golwitzrr arr parents of a nine pound, four ounce son born July 6 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr and Mrs Kugone N'rmmrrs are parents of a six pound. 15 ounce son born June :iO at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr and Airs Krnnrdi Fritlrrrs are parents of a seven pound. 11 ounce son born July 6 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Airs Homer I.indhnrst is a pat icnt at Imva Methodist hospital in DCS Moines. Her address is room GOB. —o— Air and Atrs Alaynard Miller and Mr and Mrs Ed Adams have returned from a vacation at Roek- ton and Chicago. —o— Mr and Mrs II. \. Hnnsbrurh spent Sunday at Aurelia where they attended dedication ceremonies for a new rest home. —o— The Commission on Membership and Evangelism of the Methodist church met Thursday at the home Miss Sullivan Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed of Mr and Mrs Don Stark. —o— Store Basement Flooded After LuVerne Storm LuVerne — Due to heavy rain and a plugged tile, Harold Trail- ger's grocery store basement had several feet of water in it, doing much damage to groceries stored there. The LuVerne fire truck was used to pump the water from it. Hurt tn Fall A Benkendorf family reunion was held in the City hall -1th of July. Jerry, small son of Don Benkendorf was injured and taken to Algona hospital as the result of a fall into the basement entrance. The Don Benkenclorfs are from Bancroft. Mr and Mrs W. W. Sullivan. Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Molly. Air and Airs \Vcndell Foastcr I shown here, to Walter B. MacDon- had as dinner guests on the Fourth j aid, son of Mrs Walter B. Mac- Mr and Mrs Harley Knutson of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Gail Haase. —o— Airs Sarah Geignl is a patient at a Mason City hospital for further treatment for a broken hip suffered in a fall in her home here June 30. —o— Airs Kuthryn Mi-Murray was dismissed Friday from St. Ann hospital after being a patient there for about a week with a heart condition and surgery. •—o— Air and Airs George Powers had as their guests Mr and Mrs Paul Terranova and two daughters of De Kalb, III. Mrs Terranova is the former Sharon Powers. Chili-Imp LnBurre has gone to Donald and the late Dr. MacDonald of Riverside. III. A February- wedding is planned. Miss Sullivan is a graduate of Algona high school, attended Loretto Heights College, Denver, Colo, and was graduated from Miami University, Oxford. Ohio, where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Mr MacDonald is a graduate of Miami University and is a senior in the college of law at Northwestern University, where he is a member of Sigma Nu social fraternity and Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity. (UDM Engraving) Milwaukee, Wis. to visit her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Jim Morris. She will also visit relatives in Chicago before returning home. —o— Kight Specs card club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Beechcr Lane. Prizes were received by Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs John Dutton and Airs Lester Johnson. —o— Mrs Alary Olson has as her gupst her uncle, Frank Hoover of Lu- Verne, Calif. A surprise birthday party was given for him Thursday evening at the horn'; of Mr and Mrs Ted lluover —o— i Air and Mrs Charles Alargrasr! ef Marion are parents of a s.j-: I born June .!!!. Mrs Margrave is i the former (lien-Dora Patton and I the local grandparents are Mr and | Airs William Patton. I —o— Air and Airs Dick Sampson and I'.ruee and Scott of Santa Ana. ; Chi. are usiting Mr and Mrs Turn Sampson here and Mrs Sampson's parent.,. Mr ami Mrs Wallace : iinpsun at Wliitlemore. Miirria Sampson, daughter ol Mr and Mr-, Tom Sampson, i- UMlmg her grandmother. Mr- l.silia Sampson at Santa Ana, Cal She uill return Imme in AuguM l>\ .let plane and her parents uill meet her at Omaha. —o— All anil Alls Urs Iliinlv spent .-eu-ral il.i) , last -,\crk in Mm ni-apoh- win-re lhc> uere called li> Ihe unexpected de.ilii of a brother of Mrs IU,iil> Thr> | M ii \ iMli-d Hie brulher and hi.s fainih only the week before. Mrs Jess Hill is a patient at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt where she had surgery. Mr and Mrs Jim Pratt of Cellar Falls spent the weekend at the parental Lloyd Pratts here. Mrs Pratt was honoree at a post-nuptiy. 1 shower Saturday at the V.F.W hall. —o— Bob Farnham was honoree at a birthday party July 2 at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Dale Farnbtofn..; .'He was 14 years old and 14 young people who will be in the eighth grade this fall participated. —o— Airs Alary Olson. Air and Airs Ted Hoover, Algona. Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover. Burl, and Mr and Mrs Bob Hoover of Brill allended a family reunion at Strawberry Point Sunday. —o— ISill Alildcr. David Martin ami John Pratt were hosts to a group of young people at a party al the Call park shelter house June HO. There were games and dancing and the parents were chaperones. New Car-Truck Sales Dip Here Sales of new cars and trucks slumped during the past week. Unls ae\en vehicles uere registered. {'lu-srulet — Uelbert (.'. Yogel, Hancioft: Konald E l.unn, Suea Cits. Vincent (.'lay Products, Allinna: and Thomas E McKeown. Bode. Kamlilrr — Arnund P Dangel- -<-r. Titonka. ami Mrs Mary E Luces, Aigiiiia. Intel-nation;!! — Bauer Implement Co., We.slev. Mr and Mrs Lylc Taute and family moved to Dakota City Sunday. ' Mrs Harold Meyer and daughters left Friday for Des Moines to get their daughter Joyce who is j employed there. Joyce will be enjoying a week's vacation at the Meyer home ihis week. Mr and iAIrs Don Carroll have moved their trailer to Denison where he is employed for the summer. I Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins have taken their 7-year old daughter Beverly to an losva City hospital for observance and treatment. A Fourth of July family picnic was held at the Cora Hippen home. Henry Hippen of Peoria, 111. was present, also. A supper picnic was held for relatives at the Bob Fer- rells at Moorland the same day. Mr and Mrs C. 0. McClellan spent a fesv days in Waltham, Minn, svith the Eldon Martys. Mr and Mrs Milford McPeak and children of Renwick visited the Milo Pattersons and Mrs Minnie Hagist Thursday evening. A Fourth of July picnic at the Bill Wickett farm was enjoyed by Mr and Mrs Bryce Wickett and Johnny, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller and Billy, Mr and Mrs Dwight Savage and Danny, Mrs Mathilda Stoddard, Wilma Tiede and Mrs John Stampka. Mrs Harlan Schneider and children of Reno, Nev. are vacationing at the Albert Schneider home. Mrs Adolph Koester visited last week in Kansas City with her daughter, Mr and Mrs Allen Wilson and family. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller spent a couple of days vacationir/, at Rapidan. Dr. Brainerd and family are on vacation from June 30 until July 16. Mrs Rhoda Burtis of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. spent Saturday at the Phil Lichty home. Those helping Martha Schneider celebrate her 81st birthday July 4 were Mr and Mrs Adolph Koester, Mr and Mrs Herman Koester and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider, Mrs Harlan Schneider and family of Reno, Nev. Elda Kollman, Mr and Mrs Harold Neilsen and family, Mrs Margaret Stripling and the Earl Johns family. The Wayne Martys of LeMars visited his parents, Ihe Henry Marlys, lasl sveek. I A son, Todd Michael, was born to Ihe Michael McCormicks of Humboldt, Mrs McC'ormick is the former Sharon Wilhelm. Mr and Mrs Everett Schultz >f Pella are visiting his mother, Mrs Marv Schultz. ,, , ,. terment Mi'tlioilisl MIUIIH pi-iijjli- alien,1- ' k,,, mll ,ng camp at Lake <)Kuhn|i tin, __ . ueek are Can/I Sue Smith. Craig Taylor. KUM- Mars Alino.,, j Sue Bl.-,hop, Diane Schobs , Jame.- Si-hoby. .Jim Schullt-r. I June Mlcti and Su.->an Juhn.ion Airs I.rota Hatpin had as lin guesls recently her cluldivn Mi and Mr.-. I) B Web.-,ter and foui children «1 Keil Bluff Cal Mrs .Mary Ellen \\iggs and twu .v>n:of Denser. Colo Mr ami Mrs Tom Halpin and two MIII.S of Boon;and Mr and Mr.s Bob Kuhn and two children of .\nkeii_.. —o— Mr and Airs Cases Loss ,|>rnl the weekend at itockwe.ll Ci;\ Storm Luke and Lake ukobn|, with other .stale legi.ilaturs ami their wives at Iowa Great Lake* Days. Mr and Mrs George Paul of Brooklyn returned to Aignn.-: with them and v\cre (uc-rmgli' guests Sunday. —o— Mr and Mrs Kd Hougli liail as their guest from Monday to Sai urday of last sveek the former'- daughter. Mary Ann Hough ol Tucson, Ariz. She left SalurJav for New York City to join her .sis- lei-, Frances Hough, for a Bermuda vacation. Another recent guest of the Houghs' was Mrs Dave Purvis who has returned to ' her home in Petaluma, Cal. g the wa> of men to net is the lines! profession Thursday through Saturday — "Weekend With Lulu", 7:00 - 9:30; "Silent Call", 8:25. Saturday Matinee at 1:30, "Silent Call", plus fi eolor cartoons. Sunday -- "The 4 Horsemen Ot The Apocalypse"", 1:30 - 4:00 •: <"> - l »:25. Monday Through Wednesday — UO and 9 30. and Saturday the 14th GIANT FIRST RUN ATTRACTION AT NO EXTRA CHARGE . . . COME EARLY - STAY LATE I MONSTIROF * THE AGES MINOTAUR Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartnci 4 visited the Durwood Burtis family in Augusta, Wis. this week. Peggy Lee Burtis returned with them. Whittemore News HOSPITAL HEPOHT Carla Reed, daughter of Mrs. Irene Reed, was a medical patient in Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg, a few clays last week. Mike C. Thill entered University hospital at Iowa City as a medical patient last Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Walker was a medical patient last week in the hospital at Algona. Mildred Elbert, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert, is a patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Sioux City where she underwent major surgery. Mrs. Ralph Gcngler entered the hospital in Algona Monday where she underwent surgery. Bob Eisele suffered a sprained ankle while helping doing some carpenter work with Melvin M. Elbert. Mrs. Mike W. Kollasch is suffering with a sprained ankle. NEWCOMERS Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer are parents of a son born at the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg Wednesday. This is their first child. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wehrspan last Saturday at the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. They now have a boy and a girl. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert had a son born last Saturday at the SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY hospital in Algona. They now havea girl and a ENDS TONITE (WED.) THURS. thru SAT. 2 EXCITING FEATURES " .COLUMBIAPICTURES ELVIS PRESLEY IN FOLLOW THAT DREAM" RICONft When Your GENES Get To . JUMPINLand Chromosomes Connive 1 -V* I H i*P I AT Oil VsMT :The /j \ J\M J3B MONKHOUSEiESUE PHILLIPS-SHIRLEY EATON -ALFRED MARKS • IRENE HANfX . A STORY ABOUT A BOY AND HIS DOG ! Heart-worming suspense and tenderness! CINEMASCOPE starling 6AIL DAVID ROGER RUSSELL- MIEAN-MOBLEY and " " "1» D°Z to Aiiotlilid Produtm of Flinders" Inc. Pioducllon 4f k, CINEMMDPf] UMB! COLOR! \& all abouf a *Sweef* lifffe SweJe avtd a Capricious College Professor! < 6 FEET OF SWEDE o-uA 1 MEATBALL) Susan. ••James//•-• Julie '-•. The Spouse / The Louse;.:;' The Blouse' 7 . " COMPANI ON F E ATUREI IM.tS 2 COLOR CARTOONS TROY DONAHUE CONNIE STEVENS DOROTHY McGUIRE LLOYD NOLAN BRIAN AHERNE- GRANT WILLIAMS- TECHNICOLOR' Ends Tonite (Wed.) "Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation" — "Let's Make Love' THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 "THE SILENT CALL" Plus 6 Color Cartoons - SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY - Comes Roaring Ouf From Tales of WORLD WAR JL ! BEST! PROGRAM Johnny Rio... a livinq leqend and the wildest ever thrown in the qame of life! WheKe trie qun is law...andthe ^ lynch rope \<» justice!! E= JAMES MARLON BRANDO JACKS WIDMARK SHIRLEY JONES ANDY.PEVINE CAPT/V£ FACfDWTHAfATf. WORSE THAU PEAM! of FKATUKK TIMES SUNDAY AT •1:30-1:00-6:35-9:25 Mon.-Wed.—7:00-9:30 ir^_f O • L r v» - teU'v^, C-^-SB*^-*..THURSDAY NIGHT IS "BUCK NITE THc WHOLE CASLOAD FOR $1.00 WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY ' MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 JN ONE DECISIVE MOMENT... iI they faced . the dangers of the ^wilderness and lived great adventure! PLUS WALT DISNEY'S CARTOON FEATURE "Tiny but MIGHTY...Small but

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