The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1957
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Adding Teacher To Wiittemore Lutheran Unit — St. Paul's Luri, c ° n g r fgation has decided. due to the large enrollment in * schno1 and the crowded rooms to make plans for additional room in the present school and to hire another tearh- ftni.iS hAel P,, T eacher 'Reuben Butzke A call was accepted by Dickie Leu of Malvern, Iowa. Mr Leu, a student, will teach this school term here and then return to the teachers college for another year of schooling. He will arrive the latter part of August. Infanl Bapiited •*•• AUTO RACES 9 DAYS America's Fastest Drivers in Thrilling Auto Races, Every Day Except. Aug. 28. Fair's Main Features arei V • Big Cattle, Horse, Swine, Sheep and Poultry Shows. • 80-Acre Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Show. • Auto Races, Every Day Except Aug. 28; Featuring Special "North Star 350" Labor Day Stock Car Race. • Spectacular Night Show, Climaxed by Fireworks. • Thrill Shows -Nite, Aug. 24; Day Show, Aug. 28. • Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • 7 Nite Horse Shows, Aug. 25 thru 30, and Sept. 1; 3 Matinees, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 and 2. • Royal American Shows on World's Largest Midway. ( Buy Reserved Ttckett by Mail,' Grandttand, $2 & $2.50 (Except labor Day "North Star 350," 53 & J3.50; ; Hone Show, $1.50 & $2. Send Check or Money Order, Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul 8. Outsid* Cafe Admission. 30c. MINNESOTA STATE FAIR Dean Allen, infant son of Mr and Mrs Donald Gunderson, was baptized Sunday morning in St. Paul's Lutheran church by Rev. Paul G. Weinhold. Sponsors were Mrs Richard Benz, of Sibley and Herbert Zumach. Dinner guests at the Gunderson home in his honor were his paternal and maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Oley Gunderson and Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach.^Mr and Mrs Richard Rertz and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and family and Norbert Zumach. Mrs Leroy Ditsworth of Algona and Mr and Mrs Peter Heldt of Fort Dodge were Thursday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. They also visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoeft of Ventura visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrat; Sunday afternoon. Euphemia Faulstich R. N. in the Henry Ford hospital in Detroit has been visiting here the past week with relatives and old friends. Miss Faulstich is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs William Faulstich, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church for 64 years. She left Monday evening for Milwaukee where she will visit. Monday visitors at the home of Mrs Dora Faulstich were Euphemia Faulstich of Detroit and Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mrs William Meyer Sr. Mr and Mrs Willard Dunse of Waterloo visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore Thursday and Friday. Mrs Dunse is a sister of Mr Gilmore. Rev. and Mrs Harold Roschke and family of Waverly were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke. Mrs Roschke is a sister of Mr Behnke and a daughter of Mr and Mrs Rcinhard Behnke in Algona. Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and family of Rodman and Mr and, Mrs William Meyer Sr. of here were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb at Lotts Creek. Mrs Herman Behnke, accompanied by Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. helped Mrs Edwin Lieb at Lotts Creek celebrate her birthday last week Monday afternoon. Tuesday evening of last week Pat Boone Stan... Pa! Boone, sensational tie* singer, stats in "Betnardins," new film playing Sunday ihrouoh Tuesday at the Algona thealre. Te»y Moore and Janet Gayftet ate also featured in the picture. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr./ and Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke CLOSES LABOH DAY, - Sept.2 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sunday, Aug. 4 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, August 11 LYNN KERNS Sunday, Aug. 18 DON HOY Friday, Aug. 23 GRAND OLE OPRY with Frank Buhr Sunday, Aug. 25 GUY DE LEO No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 HOLIDAY FUN GALORE! LENNON SISTERS of Lawrence Welk. Show (Aug. 26-28), Brenda Lee (Aug. 23-24), other stars, KITES -AUG. 23 thru Jl. REX ALIEN Top movie and TV cowboy star. AFWNOOHS-AU?. i IfcriJIPI. I.NITI- AW. II. AUTO RACES BIG CAR RACES AFTERNOONS-AUG. 23, 25j AUG. 29. 30 STOCK CAR RACES NITE-SEPT. i JAtOPr RACH An£RNQON«AU8. {4 HORSE RACK THRIU SHOW AFTERNOONS-» AUG. V. 28 Rf CORD-BREAKING EXHIBITS World's greatest livestock 1 fair, huge farm and crops show, women's exposU tion, fish and game, horaei show, gar« den show, farm machinery show, science show, 4-H and FFA Fair, ~ of things to see and do. and daughters helped Mrs William Meyer Jr. celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch and daughter of Elmore were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke Sunday evening to celebrate the- birthday of Mr Ruhnke. Present were Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler and Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs William A. Rusch of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Herman' Zumach, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach. Mrs Aurelia Leininger, and Mrs Adelia Meyer. Mr and Mrs Erwin Johnson of Fenton were Sunday evening" visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker. ' Mrs Jerri McKean and daughter Jill and son Gary of Algona spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker. Mr and Mrs Henry Wichten-1 dahl, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mrs Ida Kuecker and Mr and Mrs Arnold. Gade of here, Mrs Frieda Sierns, and Mrs Dora Haack of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner of Lotts Creek were Wednesday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems. The occasion was the birthday of Mr Siems. Thursday evening at the Siems home were Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell, Refreshments and a lunch were served to .the guests. Mrs Mathilda Meyer was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Afternoon visitors at the Voigt home were Mr and Mrs Ewald and sons of Algona. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona and Mr and Mrs Milton Estfe and son spent Sunday after, noon at Clear Lake for « days outing. , Last week Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs William Fandel Sr. were Mr and Mrs William Riardon of Joliet, 111., and in the evening they were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs James Butler. Mr Riardon is a cousin of the women. Mr and Mrs Hugo Potratz and family of Fort Dodge spent last week visiting at the. home of Mrs Potratz' father and brother, Geo. Winkle and Mr and Mrs Harold Winkle. Sharon Weidman of Dryden, Washington is visiting at the homes of Mr and Mrs William Lauck and Mr and Mrs Harold Schmeling. Sharon is a niece of Mr Schmeling. Mrs Conrad Knecht spent several days at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John F. Baas. Tuesday evening of last week Mrs Knecht and Mr and Mrs Baas visited at the home of Mr and Mrs David Matthas af Mason City. Mrs Matthas is another daughter of Mrs Knecht. The Knechts were former Whittemore and Algona residents farming in both communities. She returned to her home in Hudson, Wis, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Uhlenhake and family of Charter Oak, visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs John Uhlenhake last week. Mr and Mrs Harold Simmons of South Bend, Irid. were last week Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Keene. A. J. Lonergan of Oakland. Calif, is visiting at the home of his brother and fatttily, Mr iftd Mrs Fraticff Loftefgan. Mrs Fred Heinrich, who ander- went sargeiy at tfie Lutheran hospital in Port Obdge, a ago lust Friday, Monday and is cuperating.- r^-^-f^t ^ i T^-«-»T ^T- - ^—•• •»» LuVerne By Mrs. ftrft Bigings was released at home re* IVE- It's Our Big Anniversary Week I FREE Pony Cart Rides For The Youngsters Friday Saturday & Sunday from 7:00 P.M. Til Shew Tim? Also FREE Comic Books In Conewiicn Stand Floren6e Hof of Waterloo spent the week visiting ift Humboldt. Mr and Mrs JGlen Braynard give the new address of their son Cpl. Dale W. Braynard. He is at a guided missile installations near Fort Sheridan, 111. \ Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzer and children of Renwick were Sunday supper guests irt the home of his brother, the Qeorge Schnetzer family. Mrs Anna Blumer and grand* daughter, Shirleen Schnetzer were Sunday visitors in the home of her nephew, the,Leonard Kub» ly family in Klemme. Mr and Mrs George Schnetzef and family were Sunday visitors in the home of hef uncle, \he Fred Kraft , family in Eagle Grove. John Hefti, Sr., his son-inrlaw and daughter,,,'Mr and Mrs,Jqhn C. Zimmerman- and Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly were Saturday eve ning dinner guests in the homo of Mr and ' Mrs Walter .H«ti, Britt. The dinner honored . the 83rd birthday 1 , iTjuly 22 of Mr irteftl Sr. Mr Hefti 'came to this country from Switzerland- when 17 years of age. • • < . , Sunday gueSti in the John'C. Zimmerman and John Hefti I Sr. home, honoring the birthday! o£ Mr Hefti were Mrs Rachael Hanna, her son, Mr-and Mrs Russell Hanna, Bruce, Philip and Kathy of Fairmont, Minn. Guests Tuesday to Thursday in the Henry Kubly home were Mr and Mrs Henry V. Babler of Monticello, Wis. They lived on a farm east of LuVerne 60 years ago. Guests in the Henry Kubly and Edwin Marty homes the past week were Mr and, Mrs Willis Babler of Monticello, Wis. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Alvin Kelling in Goldfield, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty had as guests Saturday and Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha and Paula Jo of Randall. Mr and Mrs Duane Anderson and Edwin Marty went to Freeport, .111., Friday wliere the Andersons attended a G. I. reunion and Mr Marty a Scheisser family reunion on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Robert Blumer, Sr. entertained their seven children and families at a picnic pbt-luck dinner at their farm home Sunday. The dinner honored their new grandson Jeffrey Lee, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Wilcox, Eagle Grove.^who was baptized Sunday momma. Sponsors were Robert G. H. Blumer, LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Norland Blumer, d, femacola, Pla. This was the first meeting of baby Keith and his father. Albert and Elmer Werling of Renwick visited their sister, Mrs Robert Blumer, Sr., and family Sunday evening. Mrs William Moedihg and her sister, Miss Inez Skow of Fort Dodge returned Sunday from a three week visit with their sister, Lt. and Mrs C. E. Hahne and family in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and daughter Darlene, her friend Mario Stampka visited Sunday in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Orbin Hagist and three daughters of Chicago, 111. visited Friday to Monday in the home of his mother, Mrs Minnie Hagist. Mrs George Goodner, David and Erma Jane of Des Moines are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dim* ler. Mrs Wilma fiede, Fairmont, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Francis Pitlik of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors in the Lawrence Miller home. Dr. and Mrs J. E. Shultz of Pella were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors in the home of his mother, Mrs Mary Shultz. Mrs Kate Barton was in Fort Dodge the past week caring for the children of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Hardgroves who went on a .vacation trip to Wisconsin. . .,',. Miss Alice Ann Barton, Garner, spent the wefefcend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton and family.- Mr and Mrs Marvin Miner and children left Tuesday, July 23, for a month's vacation trip to Portland, Oregon to visit his brother, Harold Miner and family. His mother, Mfls>Ruth Miner of Perry accompanied theni-on the trip and will remain at the home of ,her son in Oregon.- ' Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri left Saturday for a week's vacation in Minnesota. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Eagle Grove. Mrs Keith Voss and two months old son Keith flew out of Des Moines Friday to join Keith Voss AEMAN stationed at Corry Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle arid Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family of Estherville were Sunday evening guests at the Tom Trenary home. Charles Clark, Mr and Mrs Leo Clark, Karen and Cathy were Sunday guests at 'the Ray Fitch home. Chas. Clark is staying for a longer visit. Gordon Nelson and Tommy of Portland were overnight guests of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr Nelson is a son-in-law of Mrs Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Frank Walton and family and Mrs Minnie Sperring of Plover and Rollo Moore w.ete Thursday evening guests a't" the' Chas. and Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mr and Mrs Chas. Phelps visited Sunday afternoon at the Leonard Daniels home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Beverly's 18th birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna, the Quinton Bjustrom's, Janice and Janet, Arrie Dittmers and A, LAff A DAY ITS LAFF WEEK Celebrating ANNIVERSARY WEEK DRIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY•- SATURDAY The Bowery Boys in "CRASHING LAS VEGAS" Donald O'Connor In "FRANCIS JOINS THE WACS" SUNDAY and MONDAY .,. JIM RORYCAIHOUH STEPHEN McNAlU BRIAN AHWNI - A150 2 COLOR CARTOONS vrsoorrw HEA V ANDTHEBEATI TONIEl/1/ELL JAYNE EDMOND O'BRIEN CANT , Mr and Mrs Euclalr Meyer, Otto Harlans of Algona, Clarence Christensen of Titonka, Alice Thompson of Burt and Carol Teeter of Algona. It's becoming more difficult to support the government in the manner in which it has grown accustomed. Duffy's Triple Wins For Algona Junior Legion A bases-loaded triple by outfield Pat Duffy ushered Algona's Junior Legion baseball team to an uphill 4-2 win over Cowrie here Sunday afternoon, July 21. The win put the locals into a tie for third place in the Hawkeye Legion League with a 5-4 won-lost mark. Algona will travel to Clare, Pocahontas to Garner and Bancroft to Fort Dodge for games this Sunday. Bancroft cinched at least a tie for the league championship with a 17-0 win ovei Clare Thursday night. The win was the eighth against no losses in league competition for the Thursday, August t, 1957 Atoona (la.) Upp*t 0ti winners. O f the fifth before a sprinkl* IJ* trowne counted single runs in terruptcd play for 15 nH«ate». the fourth and fifth frames to Duffy blasted his triple alter take a 2-0 lead over Algona. The p] ay resumed in the hoWi ftalf locals got one run in the bottom of the sixth. THURSDAY For 3 Days DOT OF THE THRIU-RICH PAGtS OP A POWERFUL FRONTIER MOYtt tN Story rt a §oftt> far toiyfvttt Wl UMf TWv -AHHRM THUR8., AUG. 1st The Fabulous JIMMY DORSEY Orchestra Lee Castle, Director "So Rare" Adm. 1.61, plus tax. tot. 1.80 FRL, AUG. 2nd MID WEST CARAVAN SAT,., AUG. 3rd, BOB WHITE Hammond Organ & Orch. TUES.. AUG. 6th Teen's Disc Hop Dick CoElie Spinning Records & Giving Prizes COMING SUN., AUG. llih RALPH FLANAGAN And His Famous Orchestra AUDIE MURPHY „ THE GUNS or FORT PETTICOAT • e<xu«i«i» PICTUK WIUl tothrim Qtml • Hope tmttwxi • jtfl OonrH! • juneHe Holm • S»m McCterr • emcittt Kate- TECHNICOLOR* *""" l>l " b ' *^ m MN| 6E* • Piwfuert bj HARW JOC BftOMI PLUS THIS LAFF HIT SUNDAY - 3 .GREAT DAYS I Regular Admission Prices! COLOR by PE UUXB CINEMASCOPE »««»»« » SAMUEL ENGEU P>r..«« » HENRY LEVIN THEODORE REEVES •MM en * (»*y wrlttfn »y MARY CHAM »»» »r*0M««« »y Irving f V«90» *a« 9vtlu FREE Sunday While They Last! 300 Photographs Of Pot BOOM

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