Jane Ford Of Bancroft Is » Honored Sunday Bancroft — A shower honoring Jane Ford was held Sunday afternoon m St. John's church hall. Miss Ford, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Ford, will be mar- n j »*,? James Clark, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Clark. Classifieds Pay Dividends DRIVE-IN I* 'S&eatte *>1 Mr and Mrs Laurence BettpOaA and family spent the past week in Dixon, 111. visiting relatives and friends. Relatives attending the wedding of William. Budding, so'n of Mrs 'Ada Dudding, and Lois Franke of Faifmont. Mrs Ada Dudding, Jack and Patsy, Mr and Mrs Richard Dudding and family, the Menke families and many other relatives and friends. The McGuire family reunion was held Sunday at the Blue Earth Park. Attending from here were Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire, Richard Menkes, Chas. McGuires. Mr and, Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss, Larry Bergman and Bernard McGuires, Titonka. Special Late Show SATURDAY (Come Out Anytime and Stay Without Extra Charge). ^MM-m Thomas A. Edison produced his first incandescent lamp Oct. 21, 1879. DRIVEN THURSDAY -:3 Days 1 • ^^ t i. Jame* Dean Julie Harris EXPLOSIVE! "EAST OFlDEN EUA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF JOHN STEINBECK'S GREATEST BOOK! FROM WARNER BROS* - PLUS CO-HIT RANDOLPH SCOTT in "7 MEN FROM NOW" with Gail Russell 3 Whiftemore Schools Open Within Week Whillemore — The Whittemore public school opened its fall term Monday morning, August 26 with a half day. The faculty for the Whittemore school for the 1957-1958 school year is as follows: Leo Norman. Supt.; Gordon Jenson, principal and coach; Gertrude Strattman, mathematics and English; Don Conrad, band and- vocal music; Florence Johnson, home economics and commercial; Mrs Edward Nesseh, 6, 7 and 8th grades and grade hiusic; Marcella Fandel, 4 and 5 grade; Loretta Fandel, 1, 2 and 3 and Mrs Richard Vaughn, kindergarten. .• Mrs Winfield Carlisle, Mrs Eida Simonson and Mrs Frieda Zim- rrtermann will again be in charge of the hot lunches. It is estimated that there will be an, enrollment of 165 pupils. St. Paul's Lutheran will start 1 the 1957-1958 term on Sept. 2 with Reuben Butzke teaching the 6, 7, and 8 grades. Dicky Leu, who was added to the faculty this fall will teach the 3, 4 and 5 grades, and Miss Agnes Schipporeit who formerly taught the four lower grades will now teach first and second grades. St. Paul's expect an enrollment of over 80 pupils. Presentation Academy will open its school term Monday, Sept. 2. The teaching faculty includes principal, Mother Camilla, Sister M. Sacred Heart, Sister M. John, and Sister M. Patricia, 7-8 grades Sister M. Eilalia, 5-6 grades, Sister M. Bonita, 4-5 grades, Sister M. Jean, 1-2 grades, Sister M. Kathleen, music, Sister M. Dominca and 'cook, Sister M. Patricia. Farewell For Priests Several priests of the Sioux City Diocese and a large number of St. Michael's parishioners attended a farewell party last week Monday evening in- Academy hall honoring Rev. William Veit, who has served the parish for almost 27 years and the assistant pastor, Rev. Gerald Zensen who has served the past three years. Earl Schmitt, president of the DRIVE SUNDAY and MONDAY EXCITINO EXPERIENCE IN SUSPENSE! PARAMOUNT PRESENTS SPENCER TRACY ROBERT WAGNER. THE MOUNTAIN ***, CLAIRE TREVOR MMtfrttntMti EDWARD BWTRtt TECHNICOLOR* 2 TOP ACTION HITS! THB PLAOKl Chlku Shan, China! THB TIME! Almost too late! THURSDAY FRIDAY © FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY At Power-Packed Savings! WITH V-8 ENGINE POWER, NEW TIRES 1956 CHEVROLET 2-Dr. 210 3-DAY SALE AT ... $1675 •OVERDRIVE-EQUIPPED — HAS FINE RADIO 1956 CHEVROLET 2-Dr. 210 V-8 3-DAY SALE AT .. $1775 i SOLID-RUNNING — VERY NEAT CONDITION ,1954 CHEVROLET 2-Dr. 210 3-DAY SALE AT ... $975 BRAND-NEW PAINT — TOPS MECHANICALLY 1954 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr. Sedan 3-DAY SALE AT ... $575 POWER-GLIDE EQUIPPED — GOOD RADIO 1951 CHEVROLET 4-Dr, 210 3-DAY SALE AT ... $375 THE CHIEFTAIN DELUXE MODEL 1951 PONTIAC 4-Dr. Sedan 3-DAY SALE AT ... $450 PANEL STYLING — HAS LOW MILEAGE 1954 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery 3-DAY SALE AT ... $975 ROCK-BOTTOM PRICED 1952 Plymouth 2-Dr. 3-DAY SALE AT .... $425 Remaining 1957 CHEVROIETS Now In Clean-Up ! giving top trade-in allowance for your present~car on~iemaining~ 1957 Chevs. . . . get top dollar for your car. and be set in a sprakling new 1957 model i Ask us about it I KOSSUTH MOTORS ALGONA, IOWA COURTHOUSE SQUARE rtoly Name Society, Introduced he program with a welcome speech and then called the Rev. Leo Harpenau, of Mallard, to be master of ceremonies. The program consisted of talks by Msgr. William F. Mason of Emmetsburg,, Msgr.' P. P. Gearen, of Algona, and Rev. C. P. Sweeny of Fort Dodge, a quartet of the high school singing and farewell talks by Rev. William Veit and Rev. Zensen, Who expressed appreciation to the guests for mak- ir%~ the farewell party a happy event. Both were presented with a gift from the high school, alumni and C. D, of A. and members of the parish and friends. Rev. William Veit has retired and moved to Algona and Rev. Gerald Zensen has become pastor of the Dows City parish and a mission parish at Buck Grove. Sam Mogler slipped and fell and broke several ribs and at present is a patient at the Luth- Welp-Lensing Nuptials Miss Diane Welp, only daughter of Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp, became the bride of Vernon N. Lensing, son of Mr and Mrs Al Lensing, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Father J. H. Schultes. in St. John's Catholic Church at Bancroft Saturday morning, Aug. 17, at 9 o'clock.. Acolytes of the Mass were Dick Lensing, Joe Welp, brothers of the bridal couple, and Richard Egan and Richard Schiltz. Wm. Droessler was organist and the soloist was Lamont Jansen. The couple was attended by Mrs Don Welp as matron of honor. Tom Lensing served his brother as best man, Miss Carol Schulte of Fort Madison, Miss Virginia Bradley and Miss Betty Lensing as bridesmaids. David Welp, Don Welp and Dick Dudding were ushers and groomsmen. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was beautifully attired in a floor length gown of white nylon tulle and Chantilly type lace, fashioned with a Sabrina neckline, short sleeves, fitted bodice of lace, and train. Lace and tiny pleats forming a peplum ornamented the hips over a bouffant skirt of nylon tulle. Her crown corresponded with hei gown and held a finger tip illusion veil. She carried a white orchid. Following the ceremony the wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's aunt, Miss Bertha Welp. Seventy guests enjoyed the wedding dinner at the Johnson House in Algona and the reception was held from 2 until o'clock in the afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. The couple left on a wedding trip after which they will be at home in Ames where the bridegroom is enrolled in Iowa State College department of electrical engineering. Both the bride and bridegroom ar,e graduates of St. John's High School. ,The bride attended Clarke College, Dubuque, and was graduated from the University of Iowa: this summer. Mr Lensing has completed his enlistment in the U. S. Navy and is now a student at Iowa State College. (Glenn Studio Photo-UDM engraving) Thursday, August 29. 1957 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnw-3 eran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Arthur Dahlhauser and family arrived here TJuirs- day for a two week vacation from Scotia, N. Y. They will visit at :he parental home of Mr and Mrs " J. Dahlhauser in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs J. M. Connors and 'nmily left last Monday for their iome in Hyattsville, Mel., after visiting here at the home of Mr and Mrs James Bisenius, parents of Mrs Connors. BELL A brass plated, ancient cow bell, estimated to be at least 100 years old. wns found recently by ilenry Longfellow in the new channel of the 102 river south of 3edford near highway 148. Long- 'eliow has previously found flint arrow heads and stone toma- ia\vks in the same area. Eight-liour-law, passed by Congress in 18G8, provided that in all jovernmcnt employment eight lours should constitute a days work. President Andrew Johnson was mpcached by • the house of re- Dresentntives and acquitted by he senate. Algona Sunday.. Diana Lynn plays the role of lh«? good girl who falls in love with the outlaw, Audie Murphy, in "Night Passage," coming Sunday to the Algona iheaire. James Stewart tops the cast. * I, 1 IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT ENDS THURSDAY: "TAMMY & THE BACHELOR" FRIDAY ^SATURDAY Mighty Epic of Zarak Khan... Bandit, Hero, Loverl As Big As A Motion Picture Ever Gets? Coming TUESDAY & WED. Marilyn Monroe & teamed with Laurence Olivier The Prince and the Showgirl ^TECHNICOLOR* PLUS CO-HIT Gun-Streaked Fury I "THE STORM RIDER" Scott Brady — Mala Powers — Bill Williams SUNDAY and MONDAY - 2 Days (SPECIAL MATINEE AT 2:00 P.M. LABOR DAY) ROARING, LUSTY ACTION DRAMA OF THE GREAT OUTDOORS . . . B rotFTe f$; v , the woman who stood between them, and the. bullet .that.ended MMESSTEWARI AUDIE MURPHY WH|iii5 THE FIRST MOTION PICTURE . """" iNIRAMA. THE ULTIMATE IN RHOTOGDAPHIC EXCEUENCE! TECHNICOLORS ADDED: SPECIAL FEATURETTE IN COLOR "THE HEART OF SHOW BUSINESS" and Color Cartoon - "3 LITTLE BOPS"
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