The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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Mrs. John Frankl left last week for a visit of a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Helen French. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn spent last weekend at Ankeny with their son Bob and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein spent from Friday till Sunday at Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall and family were dinner guests Sunday of Elizabeth Spies at Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Ollin Nasby had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg of Jackson, Minn. The L. E. Linnans were at Lac Court Oreilles, Wis., over the weekend closing their cottage for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Befichcr Lane and Cary and Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy of Emmetsburg spent the weekend at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh have returned from White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where the former attended a business meeting. Mary Misbach, a freshman student at the University at Iowa City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Misbach. Supt. O. B. Laing has purchased the lot on West Kennedy street from Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and will build a home there in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harms had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bauman of Allison and Mrs. Kenneth Brinkman and sons of Clarksville. Mrs. Edna Mitchell has received announcement of the birth Sept. 25 of a daughter to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Potratz at Denison. Other children in the family are Gayle and Gary. The infant has been named Gina Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber took their daughter, Judy to Minneapolis, Sunday, where she is in nurses training at St. Barnabas hospital. Pam Wdller, student at the University of Minnesota, accompanied them after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller. Earl Routh, Gary Resting and Bill Tordoff, Jr., Algona, are attending Morningside College, Sioux City, Vernell Ludwig, John Oakland and Pat Kain, Algona^. arc attending Iowa State University, Ames, and Edward Garmaen is attending the State University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe and family attended the Ice Follies at Des Moines last week. Mrs. Reakle Hclmers spent the weekend at Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen. Mrs. Kathcrine Keene of Whittc- more is now making her home at Mr. and Mrs. John Grotto's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams had Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Coffin of Storm Lake as visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte were visited Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Ukers of Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingscn and family spent the weekend at Storm Lake with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. George. Charlene LaBarre, student at St. Teresa college, Winona, Minn., spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond were dinner guests Thursday evening of Rev. and Mrs. Ben Meyer at Lone Rock. Mrs. Cora Rising and daughter Marian are returning Wednesday to their home at Canyon City, Colo., after a visit here and the vicinity for several days. Mrs. Twillah Bartholomew returned Saturday from a visit of a few weeks at Le Grande, 111. with Mrs. Schneff, former Algonan, and at Davenport with relatives. Mrs. Clark Orton and son Webster spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb., with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilliland. They stopped in Cumberland for an overnight visit Saturday with Rev. and Mrs. Knute Orton. ALGONA -WED. ONLY- OCT. 24... THE FIRST BIG PICTURE FROM OUR "GOLDEN OPERETTA SERIES" THRIU ^fSSK'^M^ff NELSON EDDY ISi STEVIMS wffi NIOU MOM .HORENCE MTC* Mf. find Mrs. flago MliSofi rifld Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adams were visited last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Wally Adams of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Kaldun came from Minneapolis for the weekend to visit with the latter's father, J. I. Merryman, and to see her mother at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Marie Itawcolt and her brother and sister, Lee and Bess Hopkins, had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of Mason City. Darlene Bentele and her mother Mrs. Fred Bentele and Lois of Wesley left Monday on a vacation of a week at Gransberg, Wis., and visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Ludwig of Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Long were at Park Rapids, Minn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Long. At St. Paul they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk took their son, Gary, Chuck Streit, and Denny Waller to Iowa City Sunday. The boys had spent the weekend at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Stauffacher of Cheyenne, Wyo. visited the former's mother Mrs. Lena Stauffacher at Good Samaritan nursing home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alden McAdams and the latter's mother Mrs. Myrtle Gullett spent a couple of days last week vacationing at McGregor, Lake City, Pippin Lake, Students home for the Algona High School Homecoming activities included Gary Peer, Luther, Decorah; Charlene LaBarre, St. Theresa, Winona; Gary Angle, Len Funk, Lynn Kueck, Ames; Mary Bradley, Duchesne college, Omaha; Jim Pickett, Dean Willrett and Alvin Hagg, N. W. Missouri State Marysville, Missouri; S.U.I., Iowa City, Kathy Bay, Bill Sigsbee, Bob Boldridge, Eddie Carman; Barb Brandpw, Morningside, Sioux City; and Siri Norton of Mankato State College. ENDS TONITE (WED.) Walt Disney's "Bear Country" "Adventures of a Road Runner" "3 Stooges Meet Hercules" THURS. thru SAT. ALGONA 2 A-l HITS - BOTH SHOWN SAT. MAT. 1:30 CAPTURES AU THE SPECTACLE AND BREATHTAKING ADVENTURE OF... WILD WESTERN THRILLS EGAN-RICHARDSON-BAKER DtMEDOr/GUTITOEli COLOR SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 p.m. *'MGM AND JOSEPH E. LEVIN E PRESENI m A MARTIN RANSOHOFF FROOOCTKW ff /* BOYS NIGHT OUT " If you like sex and fun... please join us! rf on ttnnt Molnar't "Th« Oua/dimon" SCTMO Plgy by Uwortf U« «i><) K«l* WM*r Adults: $1.00 — Children; 25c ! FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE EACH < WEDNESDAY EVE. AT J! 8:00 P.M. Incidental music on the Hammond Organ featuring ' HELEN C. MIKES | Organ furnished by the Jonei ' Piano House of Ft. Podge. • > WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31 "Girl of the Golden Wwr" Jeanette Macoonalq' Nelwn «••»*«,JANET BLAIR PAftTpAGl jeSSie ROYCe UNDIS OSCAR HOMOLKA HOWMO MORHII »NN ^HOWARD DUFF Mr. and MM. Mefte Moore hate sold their house on East North street to Mr. and Mrs. George Simons and will soon be moving into their new home on East Lucas street. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Knecht had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Dick Maurer of Nicolet, Minn. Sunday evening the Knechts went to West Bend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Knecht. Cheryl Lovstnd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad of Surf, enfno Saturday to se« Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, her grandparents. Cheryl is a student at the Mankato, Minn, state college. Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, Mrs. Ann Hanson and Capitola Sample made a recent trip to the McGregor and Mississippi area, going as far north as Red Wing, Minn. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith following funeral services for Mrs. Anna McQuaid Wednesday afternoon were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams of Rogers, Ark., Howard Rutledge of Cedar Falls, Mrs, Anna Smith and Edna Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp had Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Cokato, Minn, as last weekend guests. On Thursday they hud as guests Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lieuwen of Humbolclt at the Methodist smorgasbord dinner. Jack Lichtrr of Chicago spent a few days last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter. Tuesday, 6c»ober 16, 1965 A!gona (la.) Upper 5e* MofnM-3 HP is being transferred to Cedar Rapids Nov. 1 and is field representative for the Rehr-Manning Automotive parts company. Al- gonn is included in tils territory. Mrs. Alirr \\ilkins loft Saturday for Omaha. Neb., to attend a cosmetologists meeting. She was accompanied by Mrs Kthel Potter who visited with Mr. and Mrs. Rud lender and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, who visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson. Burglar Alarm Sounds The burglar alarm at the Inwa State Flank let no with a resounding signal, last Saturday evening, but it uas a false alarm. Flank officials --aid a dial had been missed, causing the alarm to sound. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT. ";' PUJS Color Cartoon . 9VH ff f4«f I ZSAZSA GABOR WILIIAM BE NOW fREO CLARK JIM BACKUS RUTH McDEVITT URRY KEATINo OCTOBER is COAT MONTH COATS ARE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR.... 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