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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, August 28, 1962 ';AR®UND Mrs I.ticillp Xrrfass uas hostps< at a dessert luncheon Friday for Mr and Mrs Berclior Lane hat' as their guests last week Mrs Ber- Mrs Emma Haag and daughter* Mrs Wilbur Christenson of Wesley, Mrs Kenneth Seely and Mr? Evelyn Sorenson of Mason City have returned from a two-week trip to California. They attended the wedding of Mrs Haag's sor Perry to Marilyn Wilson at Sar Diego, and visited former Algona residents. Mr and Mrs Tom Hoi mes, Mr and Mrs Chuck Holme? and Mr and Mrs David Johnson Mrs Louis Verveer. the former Jan j nard Lane and sons, Terry and Zerfass. and her daughter. Mary ] Coy of Manchester. Weekend j and on the return trip visited Mr Jane, who with Alice Kain arc • guests of the Lanes were Mr and j and Mrs Karl Anderson at Wahoo visiting here from Downers Grove i Mrs Curtis Stone of Sioux Rapids | Xeb. 111. Guests were all former Algo- | This week. Mrs Lane's uncle. Phil i —o— nans', Mrs Hoy Bcrrie, Mason nty. I Paris of Bell/lower. Calif., wil! | A bridal shower honoring C>n- Mrs Ronald White. Honolulu. Haw f \i.sit here and the Lanes will go to aii. Mrs Peter Chubb. Los Angeles: i Lake Citv. Minn for the week thia Hardy will be held Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian Calif.. Mrs Magnus Lichter. Burt. ' end with Martin Weisbusch. j church Hostesses are Mrs Burand Mrs Harlan Sigsbec. Mrs Kve- —o— : ton Harmes. Mrs W J. Finn. Mrs rett Anderson. Mrs George Har Mrs Djpk Phillips and son .John i A. D. Crawford. Mrs Leon Marris and Mrs Lyle Raney of Algona..i went to Grinnell Sunday to take tin. Mrs Fred Geigel. Mrs Sarah "_o_ ' Clara Phillips to her home after i Geigel. Mrs E. J. Hough. Mrs Dr. and Mrs r. C. Shicrk spent ' spending the summer here. David : Gordon Hall. Mrs Ca.sey Loss and "The Judgment Of Nuremberg" coming to the Algona theatre, Sunday thru Wednesday, the weekend at St. Paul with former Algona residents. Mr and Mr? Phillips is expected to arrive here i Mrs A. J. Huenhold. Miss Hardy Sept. 4 for a week's vacation be- ! will be married Sept. 15 to Robert Edward Hanson. Mr Hanson was fore beginning his second year of | Lundquist of Spencer, formerly architect with the Bots- graduate work at the University- ford Co', here and now has a ar- of California at Berkely. chitectural and consulting firm of his own at St. Paul. Mr and Mrs James Vipond have received word that their son. Dick Mr and Mrs Casey Loss and Mr j Vipond. has been honored by being and Mrs Robert Kuhlmann and j appointed to the Law Review Board at Georgetown University at Washington. D. C. He also has received a S900 tuition scholarship to the law school where he is a sen- David Pratt, son of Mr and Mrs Bobby were in Madison. Wis. re, Merle Pratt, is honoree at a party > centl - v to attend the wedding of for his seventh birthday this af- Marilyn Duarak and Ronald Stei- lernoon i Tuesday). Guests are ner Tne Kuhlmann daughter. Sandy and Ricky' Buscher. Dennis : Katn . v stayed with her grandmoth- I ior. Lynch. Mark Montag. Jim Cas- : er - Mrs Wtlma Kuhlmann while j —o— sell. Mark and Kenneth McGuire ner parents were away. j Mrs Ronald White of Honolulu. Hawaii and Mrs Peter Chubb of Members of the Phillies little! ^ A"g ei « are visiting their sis- • and Debby Pratt. Eel Hough is a patient at St. Ann ! league team, their parents, broth- hospital with a heart condition. He j ers and sisters enjoyed a lengthy is coming along nicely but it i.-' ball game, followed by barbecued expected that he will be hospital- I weiners and hamburgers at the ized for two or three more weeks. Athletic Park Sunday afternoon ters. Mrs Roy Christensen and Mrs Joel Herbst here and at Lake Okoboji. The visitors are tie former Madonna and Philomena Quinr and are former Algonans A tense moment from Stanley Kramer's double-Academy-Award- Winner "Judgment at Nuremberg." opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre, as Hurt Lancaster, as a German jurist, admits his guilt by complaisance for Nazi excesses. as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Orlie Hobson of Fort Dodge. Class Of 1942 Has Reunion At Burt School Bart — Cunningham's Tea Room Mr and Mrs James EtherLnelon was the setting for the 20th an- i and little son Steven have returned i to their home at Sante Fe. New Mexico, after a two week \;s;! '. here with Mr Etherineton's par• enU. Mr and Mrs Clifford Ether i ington. .Mrs Elizabeth Post was hostess ; to the Eight Specs card club Wedi nesday evening. Mrs Henry Johannsen was guest and prizes were received by Mrs W. J Sigbsee. I Mrs Lester Johnson and Mrs John ' Dutton. .Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and i family returned Tuesday from a niversary reunion of the 1942 graduating class of Bur! high school Saturday evening. Thirteen members of the class of 26. with their husbands >>r wives, attended. Kenrk?t.h Hammerstrom. Rice- viile. «ho was the Senior Class president -vi? master of ceremonies for a program following dinner The prvpam included the reading of the class prophecy by Mr= Frank Storck. Bancroft: the class will was read by Leslie Graham Marshalltown. Moments of reminiscing also and brief histories of Class members trip to the Black Hills. They also I and their family happenings since Unloads 5 tons in 5 minutes-dy itself It takes only 5 mtnutes to get to the bottom of a 5-ton load with a Geh! Self-Unloading Forage Box . . . even less time to check price and feature benefits of the Uchl. Choose the Gehl Forage Box combination that suits your needs best - l°beater •with 2-foot sides ... 2 heaters, 4-foot sides ... 3 beaters. 6-foot sides. All come equipped with handy, up-front speed and clutch controls. Buy them rc;idy-madr\ as a meUil parts kit, or in box panel form for quick aiiernbly. Get your deal on Gehl now. GEHL'S PTO POWER PARTNERS . . lift thi- hnr,i,-n Irnm \<tnr htn-k. mtikc )(jur Iruclur jm\ but k inure visited former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Medin and family at Moorehead. Minn, and Mr and Mrs Sam Medin at Hackensack. graduation. To climax the evening, all were taken to the school. They were taken through the building by Cliff Abbas. Mr and Mrs Maurice Graham I Members attending with their Joe Bradley Equipment and Michael, George, Sandra and Maurie returned Thursday following a 3-week trip to Tucson, Ariz, and Los Angeles and San Fran-_ Cisco where they visited relatives.? Mrs Robert Kuhlmann entertain ed a group of her former high school classmates Thursday Guests were Sue Bjustrom, Helen Godden, Mimi Slang and Darlene Walker with their children. Deaconesses of the First Ilaptist church will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Clara Cruikshank. Mrs Milton Uahl spent Sunday at Rolfe where she visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dow Laidley. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson went to Renwick Thursday evening to visit Mrs Harold Oxley. lusbands or wives were: Marilyr Long Erting. St. Louis, Mo.: Margaret Richman Flohrs. Trimont, thebride-to-be, was mUtress of Lorraine Soderberg KJocke, Ledyard; Dorrine Fraser Pettis and Doretta Stewart Abbas. u r t; Kenneth Hammerstrom, ^iceville: Betty Stewart Donne!y Fairmont, Minn. Leslie Graham, Marshalltown: Ed Long and Richard Groen, Al- ;ona; Harold Becker and Donald Weber of Burt. In charge of the reunion were Harold Becker and Betty S.ewart Donnelly, Fairmont. Another reunion will be held in 5 vears. Announcement. II • SERVICE STATION on State Street Inder New Management Wo are v..-ry pleased to announce that we are back in the Service Station busi- ML-SS at the Skelly Station on State Street in Algona. We pledge to offer the VLTV bdmc complete automotive service as we have given for the past years in jMoUier location. We will be happy to see and serve our many old friends. Drive in — won't you? John Hopkins & HELMERS Try the new Skelly RetjuUr Gasoline with KT 3 for economy! Drive your engine Skclly-Clean! Phone CY 4 3407 for free pickup and delivery of your car for oil changes, lube and wash jobs and motor repairs! 1st grade in the Truman school for the coming year. Mrs Doris Larson. Veryln Dean. °~~ j and Jayne and Helen Johnson at- Mr anil Mrs Harold Hobson hail , tended the annual Adams Count-, ^^^^^^^^j^^^^^Hm I No. Dak . picnic held at Mmneha ha Falls, near Minneapolis. Sun day. Mrs Robert Hamilton an I B ir i bara and Mrs \ C Hu.s. .Ir and Tony spent a week al the \ r Rios Sr home at Fort Worth Te\ Rev Henry Fnedrx h of Mann, to Okoboji Monday where the-, ,-,t lender! the Lutheran Pastor- r,, n | ference Monday through Thur.yla-, I Frances McDonald and J,,r.e I Mitchell attended a school for 'Methodist youth held at ( arnj | Wesley Woods, south of Iridianoia Mrs l.arry Holding. Valane. Brad Brenda and Vaugnn and Mr : Richard Bristol l.uVerne. spent 'from Saturday tn Wednesday w:'.h 1 relatncs at RedfieM. So Oak 1 Mrs Harry Kline, Gary and j Larry .Nc'.uon. Wis \ i-.i!ed v\- 1 eral da;,.s with her sisters \lr> Karl I.auntson and Mis Fred Geb, ken. : Re\ and Mrs Henry Fr.i-dri'-h I arid family. Maicu-. " spent the weekend wiih her in ,lhcr Mr- i Kll<. Meyer I Mr and Mr, Jerry Lewis and in , fant daughter Usited se\er,il ,ev ! eral days with the liruce Graham f-iimly , Sherry Bcinau, who is etnplo'.i.-i.l a.s a denial lechnu ian in |;]ue Kiii'lii. enjoyed a two week-, \a;a lion with her paient.s. the August Bcinau.s, and with her sistt-r and family the Roger Boykeiis Rev and Mrs W t;. Bohi and Virginia visited the al RaeuHe Tue.sday Mr and Mrs Georg- \|,idden Well.- Minn vuie »ue-t at the Al Hmcklc'o Hartan Helmers LM Reeknagel. Illinois t.'eritr,-,| •Jejyot agent in Fonda since l!/||, ie(euU> an/iouiKed tu.s relireinent He U-yan lii,, euietr a, ,j -hcipLr" on the Illinois Ceiiliul hue al Keui- itn in IMK Bride-To-Be Of St. Joe Man Is Shower Honoree St. Joe — Helen George was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school. Miss George was assisted at the gift table by her sister. Alice, and Mrs Merle Laubenthal. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs Paul Erpelding and Mrs Marvin Reding receiving prizes. Mrs Ray Zeimet received the door prize. Miss George, daughter of Mr? Anna George of Barnum. will be and Johnnie Thtil spent the week in the home of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales and Mary Lou left Friday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Raman Gales and family in Sycamore, III. Roman is a son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales. Mrs E. J. Gales entertained her 500 club with Mrs Peter Bormann, Mrs Joe Sinnwell and Mrs William B. Devine receiving prizes. Riverclale Rustlers 4-H clubs spent from Monday through Wednesday at Lake Okoboji with leaders, Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mrs Alvin Klein and Ruth Ann Klein and Doris Ann Kohlhaas accompaninp them. Shower Honors Newlyweds At Otfosen Ottnsen — Mr and Mrs Donald Newton were honored at a post nuptial shower Wednesday evening at the Commercial club building. Darlene Zinnel of Humboldt and Donald Newton, son of Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton, were united in marriage June 2 at Kansas City, Kans. had Mrs Howard Hellickson charge of the program. Karen and Linda Lenning sang two numbers. 'Mrs Olvin Haug gave some readings. Jan Hansen sang and Mrs H. D. Benson gave two readings. Sandra Newton registered the guests. Helping with the gifts were Mrs Helmer Lenning, Mrs James Lenning, Linda and Karen the bride of James Bormann. son | Lenning and Sandra Newton. Mrr of Mr and Mrs Nick Bornann. St. Joe. Sept. 1 in Corpus Ciiriati Catholic church, Fort Dodge. Mrs Nick Bormann, Mrs Peter Bormann and Mrs Merle Lauben- Ihal attended a shower for Helen George in Barnum Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul. Georgia and Janice and Thomas Wag- Lester Newton poured. Hostesses were Mrs Helmer Len ning, Mrs James Lenning, Mr;- lister Newton, Mrs H. J. -Nielsen. Mrs Gary Kraft, Mrs Joe Ludwig. Mrs Ted Perry, Mrs Howard Hellickson, Mrs Lenhard Holden. Mrs Vernon Tompkins, Mrs Talmai Heggen. Mrs Marvin Kropf. Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mrs Percy Watnem, Mrs Donald Cooper. Mrs ner returned home Wednesday Fred Kampen. Margaret Holt. Mrs from a 2700 mile trip through ! Olvin Haug. Mrs Laurel Worster. western states with Yellowstone Mrs Ivan Evenson. Mrs Oscar Op- National Park and Black Hills pedahl. Mrs Knut Oppedahl. Mrs highlights of their trip. They also j Arthur Peterscn, Mrs Bertha Jac- attended the Passion Play at | obson. Mrs Virgil Stmthers, Mrs Spearfish Tuesday evening. Lori i Earl Long. Mrs H. D. Benson, Mrs Ends Tonite (Wed.) "THE ROAD TO HONG KONG" THl/R.-FRI.-SAT. 2 NEW EXCITING FEATURES ! If SHOCKS THE UNSHOCKABLES!. ! \ ALGONA Mrs Beulah Bait entertained a gioup of ladies at a morning coffee Tuesday. Judy Hinckley left Friday fer Cedar Rapids where she will ieach Glqnis Johns Dan O'Herlihg CONSTAHC£fORD -MIOUN AT !)::i5 SUIIlKC « DAVID JANSSEN] -JEANNE GRAIN •DINA MERRILL J SHOWN AT 7:15 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 rue GENE ' AUTRY OF THE PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 MATINEE MONDAY AT 1:30 MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY AT 7:45 ONLY J 3est Actor I Mttlmllitn Sctit/l Best Screenplay! Abby Minn SUM M n»k Spencer iw Bun Lancaster Richard Widmark NUREMBERG PLUS COLOR CARTOON - ADM. 85c - CHILDREN 25c Edward Zinnel, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Clara Solberg. Mrs Gernlr Shiflett, Mrs Jacob Ryg. Mrs An tone Speich and Mrs Louis Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Newton will live or- a farm near Lchigh. Mr and Mrs Paul Kampen air parents of a son bnrn Aug. 21 LI' Mercy hospital. Ft. Dodge. He weighed 8 Ibs.. 2 oz. Monday overnight guests al the Donald Ush'er home were Mr Usher's sister, Mrs Arthur Winther and Mrs Clarence Jensen of Osago. They brought Sara Usher home She had visited at the Jensen home a few clays. Mrs Clara Larson of Leeds, N D. returned to her home Tuesday after visiting al the home of Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain for a few days. Annual Picnic The annual picnic of the U-Oo- I-C.o 4-H club was held Aug. 22 at Jackie Kinden's with all members present. Gretchen Dcim and M;ui- reen O'Brien gave their demonstration which received blue ribbons at both the County and .Stale Fair. Mrs John Deim accompanied the girls to Dos Moinon for their stay of four days. Maureen O'Brien and Jean Abbott had a painted and natural wood finish article go to the State Fair where i hey received red and blue ribbon's. The next meeting will be the first part of September and any girls interested in joining should contact the leaders, Mrs Fred Lupkcs or Mr? Biib Carr. CABRAGK Mr and Mrs Dick Pond of Massena recently displayed a flat Dutch hybrid cabbage produced in their garden that measured 51 inches in circumference and ia in- dies across. This cabbage weighed 27 pounds compared to the normal weight of a cabbage of about fl pounds. Thursday thru Saturday — "The Cabinet Of Caligari" al !):iiO; "TWenfy Plus Two", 7:35. Saturday matinee — "Riders Of The Whistling Pine" plus 6 cartoons at 1:30. Sunday — "The Judgement At Nuremberg", 1:45 - 5:05 - 8:25. Monday — 1:30 and 7:45. Tuesday — 7:45. Ends Tonite (Wed.) "GONE WITH THE WIND" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY GLENN FORD BETTE DAVIS HOPE LANGE ARTHUR OtJONNELL ofMiiacles PANAYISION'COLOR SECOND BIG FEATURE immTW T TTTrU IN THE DARING PRODUCTION OF VlVlEJN UULUM TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' ONLY NOVEL... BEATlY in the sensational new rote for the screen's sensational ^w-.<-, new AND THE GIGOLO" SATURDAY SPECIAL FIRST RUN MIDNIGHT SHOW! AT NO EXTRA CHARGE FREE! GET YOUR MAGIC MYSTIC MASK! 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