The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 31, 1962
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o do.) Upper Pe» Molne* TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1962 County Fair Thrill Show Aug. 14 Johnny "Lucky" Larimer is the nation's most outstanding young crash artist and a top performer with Spectacular's Motorcycle "Maniacs and a very capable precision driver. He takes the spotlight as lead off man in hell driving. "Lucky" will be with Bob Smith's Auto Daredevil Spectacular showing at the Kossuth County Fair Aug 14 •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Tommy Jacobson, son of Mr ant Mrs Louis Jacobson, celebratec his tenth birthday July 24. In the afternoon he had a party attended by 13 boys from his class. Eve ning guests in honor of his birth day were Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arland, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family and Mr and Mrs James Jacobson and Michael of Algona. Jackie and Jeffrey Jacobson remained overnight at the Louis Jacobsons, and Bonnie and Brend- da Jacobson were overnight guests at the Ralph Jacobsons. The Holt' family met for a reunion at the Lutheran church parlors Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain were guests. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Paul Espinosa and five children of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and children of Spencer £0 ,5*"&.$ rj » -Donftd. Wehrspaaa a/id Kmtty:ofObliet, I//./ Margaret Holt',. Mr : an'cJ> MrSi Lorenf Daniel and'Mr and'Mrs"Merle'Holt and family. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain left Tuesday to visit relatives in California. There will be no church services until Aug. 19. American Lutheran church Women met Wednesday for Bible study. Mrs Percy Watnem gave the lesson. Mrs Oscar Oppedahl was the hostess. Mr and Mis Percy Watnem were Wednesday supper guests at the Bruce Watnem home at Humboklt Members of the Ladies Rural club who were Oie winners in iheir club contest last year entertained other members Tuesday The party was held at the home of Mrs Kermit Fowler Other hostesses were Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Eugene Hofius and Mrs Mike Coylc. The ladies were asked to come, wearing a hat they had made. A large group of friends and relatives attended the shower a Whittemore Monday evening hon oring Miss Earnest, bride-to-be o Duanc Grandgenett, son of Mr anc Mrs Henry Grandgenett. Duane McCliesh employed in Chicago spending several days with relatives here. Mrs Carl Johnson. Mary Jo anc Charles, Patty Dolan spent Thursday in Omaha where Charles exacts to attend college. Patty Dolan will enter college in Fort Dodge this fall. Mosbdctt Family At Whittemore To Host Indian Wilttemofe — Under the mis pices of International Parni Youth Exchange, National 4-H Club foundation, Washington, ID", c Brij Lai Godara, Rajasthan, India will visit Aug. 7-30 at the John Wosbach farm home here. The Mosbach family has been active in local and county 4-H work. Several years ago k Swedish girl also spent some time vith them. Mr. Godara 16 28 years old and has a family of two >oys Rnd two girls. • The International Farm Youth Exchange program in 1962 involv- s 125 delegates from 42 states who re exchanged with 132 delegates rom 49 foreign countries. . Juanita Vaudt, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. August Vaudt of Whitemore and Agnes Elbert, daugh- ter of Mr. flfid Mrs. Elmer Elber of Rodman, graduated from An Ionian School of Practical Nurs ing at Carroll Sunday, July 29. A/2c Elmef Elbert, Jr., Puerto Rico, is enjoying a 30-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Elbert. Mike Thill returned home from the Iowa City hospital Thursday where he was a surgical patient. His daughter, Mrs. Pete Peterson and children of Des Moines are staying with him while he is recuperating. Earl Schmit has been a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Al- jjona. All of Conrad Higgins children were home over the weekend due o the serious illness of their mother, who died Wednesday. The children are Bud of here, Vernon of Algona, Don, San Francisco, 2al., (Jean) Mrs. John Dixon, Marysville, Tenri., Pat, Park Forest, 111., George, Dalton, 111., and Gordon, Des Moines. Jolly Neighbors The Jolly Neighbor club met at Christina Seegebarth'S July 17. Mrs Ann Radig was a visitor! Next meeting will be held at Mrs Helen Schormann's. Sexton Pair On "Vacation" At Area Hospital Sexton — St. Ann hospital seems to catching on as a vacation spot. Mary McMahon has done it again this time weekending with a virus infection for company. Mac McMahon should be getting pretty ?ood at rounding up the essentials for a weekend as Mary didn't get a chance to pack her bag this time, either. Cora Hansen accompanied Mrs Olhe Bruns of Titonka to spend the weekend with Mrs Ben Knox it Thor, then she also entered the lospital for surgery. Her brother toy is in Chicago helping his son, Harry, with a house remodeling ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) "THE HUSTLER" AND "ADA" the youngsters' show. Featured among the animal acts will be Dancing Dyna, an elephant, and a German group, Frisky and the Four Little Friskies. performing miniature white Ara bian stallions. Nancy Stuhr To Wed West Bend Man August 19 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Donna Knoll To Wed Sept. 2 The VVm. M. Knolls, Lone Rock, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna, shown here, to / Roger Frinki son of the Free Frinks, Whittemore. The,bride-to' be is employed at the Algona Chamber of Commerce and Mr Frink is employed by General Life of Iowa Insurance Company The wedding will take place Sept 2 at 2:30 p.m. at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. (UDM Engraving) Mr and Mrs Walter H. Stuhr. York, Neb., have announced die approaching marriage if their daughter, Nancy Ann, shown hereto Francis Schafer, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Schafer, West Bend An August 19 wedding is being planned. Miss Stuhr has taught at the Lutheran school, Lotts Creek, for the past two years. ' UDM Engraving) Children's Day At State Fair BANPRnrr Moncla y/ Aug. 20 LmllUnUr I Monday. Aug. 20, will be Chil, «„ ,_ _ l iren ' s J Ja >' lhi - s year at the Iowa Thursday thru Saturday — "7 Women From Hell". 7:00 and 10:00; "Solid Gold Cadillac", 0:35. Kiddies matinee Sat. at 1:30— "When Comedy Was King" plus 6 cartoons. Sunday and Monday — "Gone With The Wind", 2 performances daily at 1:30 and 7:30. Tuesday thru Thursday — "Advise and Consent", 7:UO and 9:35. JOHN WAYNE challenges the killer kingdom called ...ruthless'plunderers of an empire-in : the-makingl Job. Miss Hanseii may not recommend the hospital for visiting as she was in and out so fast there wasn't time to call Roy home. ThenTwas a time trailer house.i were for transients but just take a look at the new one in town and you'll see why they are homes nowadays. The glamorous new one in Mrs Nell Ophcim's yard is the new home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Opheim. It was moved in just in time for Mr Opheim's sister to look it over before returning home. Mr and Mrs Junior Ray Hooper and family have left for Mountain Home, Arkansas, accompanied by Carol and Alice Stebbins of Algona. John Gabrielson's visit here at the Glenn Gabrielson home is an- other instance of my h ow time flies. John spent his summers u er u a fe ^ ff ars fl S° but this time he brought his wife and five young daughters along from Huhtsville, Mo. ' Glennda Gabrielson brought home company from Cedar Falls h- u twist ' The friend she brought home was Martha Anderson, a teacher at Sunnier and also bridesmaid for Glennda's mother a number of years ago. The two women also taught In ™ un %y,. scho °' together before Mrs Gabrielson married. People really get around nowadays, f one former resident of this ^ ea 's ?ny indication. Mr and Mrs David Tiedens called her sister, Mrs Art Hix, here to say they were passing through ENDS TONITE (WED.) DORIS DAY - CAHY GRANT "THAT TOUCH' OF MINK" THURS. thru SAT. 2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES barbed-wire nightmares! ^^•i CINEMASCOPE I PATRICIA OWENS-DEMISE OARCEl CESAR ROMERO- MARGIA DEAN SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT t:30 SOBERTYOUNGSON*. Ik' CHARLIE CHAPLIN • BUSTER KEATON • LAUREL and HARDY PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS • SUNDAY and MONDAY 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 1:30 AND 7:30 NOT ONE BUT TEN ACADEMY AWARDS! SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW ;•- AT NO EXTRA CHARGE "CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA" COME EARLY STAY LATE I CO WR by DELUXE, PLUS SECOND THRILLING FEATURE • '«Jr>! DAVID O.SEL2HICK'S The love of Rhett Butler' and Scarlett O'Hanr.W/ Atlanta in flames- just part of the thrills! ' 1 i THURSDAY NIGHT IS "BUCK NITE" THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mrs Fernando Von Bank remains in serious condition at St Olaf's hospital Austin, aftrr b"iny injured in a car accident near Corning, Minn., W hik. ri riing uiih her son-in-law last Sunday evening Her daughter Mrs Math wig was also siTU.-u.sly injured and in the same hospital. Mrs J. F. Helinsky became very ill Sunday at her home and was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona Mrs Mary Woods, came for a visit with her sister Mrs Rose Murphy- Monday, Aug. 20, will be Children's Day this year at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. Children under 16 will be admitted free to the grounds and to the morning show in front of the grandstand. ^ Headlmers for the show will be f'andy Candido, mulu-voi, c-d -tar of motion pictures and television- Leroy Van Dyke, popular \., U riy country music- singer and recording favorite, and Emmett Kelly Jr , pantomiming son of the la'i- great Rmgling Bros. - Barnum & Bailey down. Another d-,zen variety act.-, including the Aut Swenson Thrill- tade Cavalcade of Comic-,, will be among the special attractions for THIS IS "PIZZA WEEK" AT YOUR DRIVE-IN THEATRE I A FREE SERVING OF ORANGE CRUSH FOR EACH PIZZA SOLD SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY 2 DYNAMIC HITS ! ON THE SAME PROGRAM ! SMRR/NG GONE mm THE IMD CLARK GABLE-VIVIEN LEIGH"LIVIA de HAVILLAND LESLIE HOWARD' AT HEGULAH ADMISSION 75c - CHILDREN 25c TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY AUGUST 7th THRU 9th Dateline.: Washington, D.C. Wfcat was off tbe record-is on tfce CLOSED WEEK AUG. 6 THRU llth for VACATION DRY CLEANERS & TAILORS ALGONA ACADEMY AWARD WINNER ELIZABETH TAYLOR BEST ACTRESS! , and a fea«« strange splend years when youna firing 18 holding hands METRO-GOIDWYN-MAYER ««*, ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY EDDIE FISHER * JOHN O'HARA'S BUTTERFIELD ELIA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF CHAR tAUWON WMPIDGEON PETER LAWFORO GENiTIERNEY FRANCHQTTONE UWAYRES the story oftht glamor girl Who wakes up WITH PAT HINGLE AND AUDREYCHRJSTljE WILLIAM INGE »**iOINA MERRILL w CINEMASCOPE ANP METRQCOIOR PIUS COLOR CARTOON P800UCEO *«0 DIRECTED BT ELIA

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