The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 11
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Donna Knoll Is Shower Honore At Lone Rock at Mrs Larry R amug was in (he guest book. Judy and , the gifts. Was . chairm -™ o rT 1 ™" 06 ahd ' OWing P r °B"»ii: Mr E. pro- Susan "' '^' ^^IJIIH- anil nn ,u M . nrlow sang- accompnniec- ... fjlano b y Elizabeth Radie . MLSS Knoll was assisted in open- ng her g,fts by Trudy Olson and Linda Knoll. Lunch was served by he hostesses. Mrs Ralph Bier- sledt poured coffee Miss Knoll will become the bride of Roger Prink of Whittemore at uie Lone Rock Presbyterian church Sept. 2 and they will make their home in Whittemore Hostesses for the shower wer Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mrs Orni Behrends, Mrs Wilfred Radig Mr Laurence Dittmer, Mrs E A Lee Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mrs Marvir Kueck, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mr Russell Jensen, Mrs Bob Hanna Mrs Bernard Miller, Mrs Joe Cul bertson, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Lyle Marlow Mrs Ralph Harnmertsrom Mr? Raymond Zwiefel. Relative Passes Word has been received by relatives in Lone Rock of the death of Ray Janson, 41, of Lancaster, Cal. He died Thursday morning of cancer. Mr Janson is the husband of the former Ruth Ellen ROMANCE WAS THEIR BEST SHIELD - WILLIAM HOLDEN and LILLI PALMER. „ agents for the Allies fooled the entire German espionage system in "The Counterfeit Traitor," the spy thriller which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Geor Scaton directed this Paramount Technicolor production co-starring Hugh Griffith! Thursady thru Saturday — "13 West Street", 8 p.m. only - "Born Yesterday" at 9:30 only. Saturday — "Back To School Show at 1:00 and 3:00 p.m "The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn". Sunday—"The Counterfeit Traitor", 1:45 - 4:20 - 7:00 - 9:38. Monday thru Wednesday —"The Counterfeit Traitor", 7:00 and 9:35 Householder, daughter of Mr and _. , UUV4£)11I.^,1 \Jl 111.1 Oil Mrs Calvin Householder who livert in Lone Rock for many years. Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Gerhart Rigger attended a family reunion picnic at the Bill Decker home in Algona. Also present were Mr anr 1 Mrs Harold Decker and family of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Walter Decker and family of Minneapolis- Mrs Lawrence Decker of Lyle Minn.; Mr and Mrs Donald Decker of Lyle; Henry Shauback of Austin; Mr and Mrs Mort Christenson of Bode; Mrs Marie Gibson and Susan of Algona; Mrs Rose Sour?eon of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Dwight Decker and son of Whittemore. Return From Trip Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Michael returned home Saturday from a three-week trip to the west oast. During the trip they visited werlm Montgomery at Casper Wyo.; Mr and Mrs Henry Schmidt f Oakland, Cal.; Mr and Mrs Bill Viener, Pasadena, Cal.: and Mr nd Mrs Don Arns and family at oveland, Colo. Among other omts of interest were Marine- and, Disneyland, Las Vegas, and ic Grand Canyon. and Mrs Everett Hanna spent Sunday afternoon at Sanborn GUARANTEES YOUR RIGHT TO BUY FUTURE INSURANCE REGARDLESS OF HEALTH OR OCCUPATION Another NEW Farm Bureau life Plan to serve you and your family. Costs only a few pennies a day. You can exercise options at each option date ... or pass any or all options. Ask about other features. (All subject to the policy) HRfil BUREflU ftMM IVMAU lURBINO • HNTH * OMNP AVI, FOR DETAILS CALL OR SEE DON STARK 218 S. Moore Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-3351 INSURANCE COMPANY 01* MOINIS, IOWA visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Wie nan. Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder and Vicki left Monday evening for Hackensack, Minn, where they will spend a few days at the Glenn Householder home. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener anc family attended a Heidenwith family reunion at Algona Sunday. Friday afternoon visitors at the Herb Nelson home were Mr anc! Mrs John Amelsberg and .wins Julie and Jim, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone anr 1 . family visited the Deer Farm Zor at Mason City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson and family were Sunday supper guests at her mother, Mrs Mary Michael- ien at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges visited Thursday night at the Jim Harpert home at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges visited the Art Hellman home at Bancroft Sunday. Sunday pot-luck dinner guests at he Dell Marlow home were Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and D aula; Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith rtarcie and Cheri of Davenport; rtr and Mrs Dick Dallman, Dixie DeeAnn and Doug of New Hamp- on; and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow Scott, Cathy and Kevin. Weekend guests of the Arden Hoveys were Mr and Mrs Marvin Fischer of Kenosha, Wis! Sunday dinner guests were the..Eisners, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey an<? family of Armstrong; and Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer and Pamela of Algona. James Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen is home on a 14 day leave after finishing hi.; basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Aug. 17, he is to report to Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana where he will attend a finance specialist school. Mr and Mrs Paul Gisch and family of Hazel Green, Wis. and Sister Marcelita of Chicago are visiting relatives in the Lone Rock and West Bend areas. Mr and Mrs John Ditlmer are Barents of a baby boy, born July 29 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. He weighed 7 Ibs., yu O z. and has NEXT MONTH MAYBE TOO LATE! All the '62's are going fast — and you may miss the car sale of this or any other year. The '63's are on the way and we've got to make room! No honest offer will be turned down. You can really save on the COMET, METEOR or MONTEREY of your choice. Don't be one of those who wait too long and miss the chance to buy the car they've always wanted—at unbelievable savings! Safe Used Cars Best buys on used cars, too! Buy now and save! < COMET Longer, heavier, bigger where it counts! Fine car styling — •conomy plus performance) < METEOR Medium size beauty with a big-car ride! Costs less than ba|f of compact car models! MONTEREY^ Luxury leader of the medium- price field! Top performance •nci style -amazing value I OAA 1Q5 South Phillips TAYLOR MERCURY Algona, lovva boon tinmed .Jeffrey John. Grnnd- parents are the Leonard Dittmers and the Martin Meyers of Burt. Mrs Dittmer's sister Linda Meyer- is staying with them for awhile. Thursday evening guests of the Dale Wegener family were Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz of Algona. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins at tended a Gisch family reunion al West Bend Sunday. There were about 175 present. Mr and Mrs, Paul Engle of Sioux City; Sharon Collins, Sioux City; and Colleen Collins of St. Paul were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins. Mrs Engle is a sister of Mrs Collins. Visiting Mrs Dale Wegener Wednesday were Mrs Eugene Frilzler and Ruth and Mike. Saturday overnight guests of 3ell Marlow were Mr and Mrs 3ick Dallman of New Hampton. Their daughters, Dixie and Dee- Ann, returned home with them after spending a week with their grandfather. Cathy Morgan of Auburn spent rom Sunday to Friday visiting Tennifer Jackson. The girls arc econd cousins. Randy Hurlburt, son of Mr and Irs Junior Hurlburt celebrated is fifth birthday Ju'y 29 with the elp of his cousins Candy, Andy nd Tony Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Dale Wogener and family visited Sunday at the Maurice Weisbrod home in honor ol Cheryl's thirteenth birthday. Other guests were Mr and Mrs "Harvey Rath and Mr and Mrs Leonard Hoist and Yvonne, Algona. Susan Blanchard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, celebrated her birthday Wednesday with a party at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Ed Blanchard. Party guests were Jancll and David Newbrough, Steve and Sherry Newbrough, Mrs Ben Schmidt and Mrs A. D. Newbrough who was also celebrating her birthday Wednesday. Susan is her great- granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin returned home Saturday from a vacation trip to Brainerd, Duluth, and the Twin Cities. Mr and Mrs Paul Taylor of Baxter Springs, Kans., visited last week at the Ronald Collins home ind in the West Bend area. Mrs Taylor is the sister of Ronald lollins. Mrs Eugene Fritzler (Virginia), he daughter of Mr and Mrs Johr. Sehrends, left Monday for her home in Oklahoma City, Okla ; fter spending six weeks with her parents. Mrs Gene Baxter and Debbie returned last Sunday to their home in Glendale, Cal. after spending a month visiting friends and i relatives in Lone Rock. . •!/ At the Roy Ennen home Sun- clay evening were their son and family, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Ennen and Mervin. Mrs Alice Bierle spent last week, visiting the Raymond Bierle family at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson brought their son Michael home Sunday from Camp Olson at Longville, Minn, where he spent two weeks. Mrs Alfred Schultz of Ottosen called on Mrs Mary Genrich Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire of Burt visited Mr and Mrs Jim Mar low and family Thursday evening. A baby girl was born Aug. 7 to Mr and Mrs Joe Culbartson, Jr at Emmetsburg hospital. The lit tie miss weighed 6 Ibs., 12 oz. and has been named Jody Lynne. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt, Fcnton. Great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs Carl Ewoldt of Algona and Mr and Mrs C. C. Voigt of Emmetsburg. Thursday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Miller were Mr and Mrs Phil Ballard and family of Algona Mrs Mary Stauder of Bancroft visited Saturday with Mrs M:.ry Genrich. Mr and Mrs Dennis Pi-lobe n'v' family went to Decorah Thursday to visit his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Martin Larson. Mrs Leon Marlow, Julie, Joss and Jack are spending about three weeks at the William Kading and Eldin Marlnw homes. They live in Grand Rapids, Mich. Visitors at the home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt the past week were Mr and Mrs Carl Rath of Annstrong, Mr and Mrs Walt R it-del of Burt, Mrs Dale Wegener, Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs Don Hurl burt, Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mr and Mrs Louis Marshall of Algona, Mr and Mrs Fred Rath, Mrs Hoy Zunkel, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Ralph Gilbertson of Ban croft, William Rath, Rev. Me>i-r, Mrs Don Knedler and Trudy, Mi- Roy Bierle, Mrs Frank Flaig und Mrs Albert Shaser. Mr and Mrs Jim Long left Friday for a brief visit at Charles City. ^TUESDAY, AUQUST 14, 1962 Algono (| fl .) Upper De« Molne«-31 BIRTHDAYS Mr and Mrs George Booth recently celebrated their birthda>s in their home at Bagley Mrs Booth was 93 and Mr Booth was. 92. They have been married UK years. 65th Mr and Mrs Claude Clarke uf Castana recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. LuVERNE Alice Srampka The LuVcrne annual yearbooks can now be picked up at the office i'l the school. Rev. Alvin Kollmanns of Collins- villc, 111. are visiting his mother, Mrs Eldu Kollmann, sisters, the Clom Striplings and the Harold Nielsens, Jr. Mr and Mrs Beryl Martin of Newell and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller are enjoying a week fishing at Ely, Minn. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kubly and Mr and Mrs Larry Kubly and Carlo Jean of Lake City, Minn, attended a homecoming picnic of he Andy Doll band in Oelwein Sunday. Howard Sloddard brought back lis mother, Mrs Mathilda Stod- lard and sister, Mrs John Stamp:a. Mario and Jackie after spend- ng a week in Carthage, So. Dak. The Harry Lichtys spent Saturday and Sunday at the De Ray Lichty home in Mason City. Mrs Vern Daley and daughters Mary and Linda spent the weekend with Vern who Ls employed in Oelwein. Gary Ellifrilz, 21, is now at an air base in Texas for basic train- ing. Gary is the son of the Bonnie Ellifritz'. The Elmer Richardsons and children of Slater visited over the weekend at the Albert Schneiders. Mr and Mrs Henry Hefty, Jr and four children left Wednesday for the Worlds Fair at Scnttlc." Lester Hinz and Herman Hinz left Friday after they were called to Des Moines Vet hospital because of the critical condition of Fred Hinz. Fred has been in Marshalllown at the Soldiers home during past years. Mr and Mrs Bob Umsted of Dayton spent a couple days of their vacation at the Cecil Baker home this week. Mr and Mrs Andrew Raernaker of Eagle Grove, former LuVenie residents, are parents of a baby girl born Aug. 1 at Mercy hospital' Ft. Dodge. ' Mr and Mrs Carl Hanselman announce the engagement of (heir daughter Karen lo Larry Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson of Corwith. Weddinp date is set for October. Mr and Mrs Robert Blumrr and David visited at the Jim Blumers in Clear Lake Sunday. Dean Trauger, son of Harold Traugfirs, was injured Tuesday while working at the Andrew Marty farm. 57 stitches were required to sew his arm that was injured. WX ATTENTION KIDDIES! 'BACK TO SCHOOL" FREE SHOW ! SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1 and 3 THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN TONY RANDALL CINEMASCOPE COLOR PLUS COLOR CARTOONS Have Mom or Dad Get Your FREE Ticket from the sponsoring merchant with the "Back To School" sign in their window . . . ENDS TONITE (WED.) "THE NOTORIOUS LANDLADY" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY • 2 BIG FEATURES • SHOWN AT 8 p.m. ONLY SHOWN AT 9:30 ONLY SEE JUDY HOUIDAY IN HER HILARIOUS »., ACADEMY AWARD fe-*, PERFORMANCE I •SlfiH; m L; SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY "THRtttlNG. WOHDERfUt. SUBTLE AND REVEALING AS THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI'I -.Exciting interest lor women » well u for menU Don't miw this great film!" —MICE nuGH£«, Mfiomll; lygfttM flw Futon telwfei. ONLY TO LOW ...I HEART. . TWISTER FM > THOSE WHO PLUS GRIFFITH COLOR CARTOON ENDS TONITE (WED) "^nni \M ' '""IK Ynr\ (i S AVVIF.S' THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY TEENAOttf Sffi.. IN (D ^ifSggSSST FEATURE NO. 1 - SHOWN AT 8 p ,„. PRESLEY SINGS OR LOVE TO pj cosiamng , PAPER JOHNSON-JOHN IRELAND FEATURE NO. 2 - SHOWN AT 10:00 COLOR! BY DELUXE BACHELOR BOYS GET THE GIRLS! FEATURE NQ..3 - SHOWN AT 11.30 DAVID JANSSCN • DIANNE FOSTER JACK CARSON • DIANA DORS • DAN 0'IIERLIHY, KEENAH WYNN ,* MICKEY RODNEY FIRST RUN SHOWING AT 10:15 BOB :/? p'v #VY IN V, jCf • PAULA 1J PRENTISS DON PORTER • VIRGINIA GREY • AGNES MOOREHEAD JANIS PAIGE JIM HUTTON 5 SECOND COMEDY HIT SHOWN AT 0:15 THE KID WHO CAPTURED THE ARMY! PATTI PAGE WALTER WINCHELL MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY and introducing |l DAVID KORY JrVH as "DON Dl- * • PLUS 2 COI.GR CAtm:oNS WEDNESDAY KLGA FRE^i RADIO NiGHT "PAT BOONE - "MARi/i. GRAS" PLUS WALT DISNEY'S "GREYFKIARS BOBBY"

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