The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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Algorto (la.) Upp«r Des Molim Thursday, S'epK S, t957 Mr and" Mrs Willinm Deepen m I and Mrs Mrs D :ni., . Jcr N,.l.e M.I. : R. ~ a;i y D\ K ; !yn ; \fi \ Darlenc Anne, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Fran<"> (iisrit \v;is baptizeil last Sunday m Si. CV- celia church, Caroi Godfredson and Luanne Alt spent the Labor Day weekend at DCS Monies and attended the Iowa State fair. Haltie Wilson was visited over the weekend by her brother-in- law and sister Mr and Mrs Earl Shunk. of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Don Aird have moved here from Chailes City Mr Aird is employed as assistant manager at the Fareway store. Mr and Mrs Beri Muckey have returned from a two weeks vacation spent at Minneapolis with their daunhter. Mrs Ethelyne McConnell. Mr and Mrs Jack Stevens speni the weekend at Kstherville with the parents Mr and Mrs James Stevens and the mother Mrs !•'. G. Sullivan. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister, Mary Bieser spent the Labor Day Weekend with their brother-in- law and sister Mr and Mrs L. R. Horn buckle. The Presbyterian Men's Council will meet in the local church Sunday, September 8. 11. K. Staleup, of Storm Lake will be the guest speaker. Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder Jr., came from Albert Lea to spend the. Labor Day week end with the parents Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder Sr., and Mr and Mrs Earl Miller. Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Bieser were visited last week by their sister Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle, of Spencer and her daughter Mrs Charles Woodlin and son Charles Jr., of Newport, N. J. Patricia Ward who teaches at Dunlap spent the Labor Day weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Ward. The son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kendall Ward and son Kevin, were also here from Des Moines. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA • Sun., Sept. 1 EDDIE SKEETS Friday, Sept. 6 Leo & His Pioneers Sun., Sept. 8 JACK COLE Sun., Sept. 15 CLEM BRAU Sunday, Sept. 22 DON SHAW Sunday, Sept. 29 TONY BRADLEY No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Mr and Mrs Paul Deilman have been visited a week by the Litters niece and husband. Mr and Mrs Malcolm Jones. Carol and Marcia of Rockford. III., who concluded the v'sit Friday. Mr and Mrs Harold Jsrgenson and family spent the Labor Day weekend with relatives in Wisconsin. They were guests of Harold's b irther-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Lowell LaMoro, Mrs Celia Deal spent last week Thursday at Clarion with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Al Coleman and Friday a! Fort Dodge with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mr."Pete" Deal. Mrs Ethel Potter was visited last week by her daughter Mrs John Sorflaten and children, of Minneapolis. Minn. Al another time she had as guests her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs William Campbell, of 'Rob- insdale, Minn. The September circle of the Catholic Ladies Guild will hold the monthly luncheon today (Thursday), Sept. 5. in the Acai- clemy hall, with serving from 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Mrs Walter Lichler and Mrs Wilfred Laurit- soii are chairladies. Virginia Simons of Si. Marys school of nursing at Rochester. Minn, spent the weekend at home visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Geo. Simons and her sister and husband S/Sgt. and Mrs Don Hitter of Riverdale, Mel. and other relatives. • Mrs C. W. Robinson and daughter Mildred drove to Harris, Sunday, and visited relatives. They were joined by her sister Mrs Pearl DeMuth "and Monday all drove to Le Mars to visit Mr and Mrs Pat Rickabaugh. Pat is a twin brother of Mrs Robinson. The Rev. Robert Holzhammer joined his family here for the Labor Day weekend and all returned home .Tuesday to Du- buquo. Mrs Holzhammer, David and Christine have been here while the Rev. Holzhammer was attending a school of Episcopal rectors at Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas have had their son Larry and his wife nnd sons Mark and Scott as guests from' week Thursday until the first of this week. Lt. Douglas has been stationed at Ellington base at Houston, Tex., and recently received his release. He went to Chicago to look over some business prospects and his family went to the parents Mr and Mrs Vern Mettler's at Mason City. THURS., SEPT. 5th Rock n' Roll BILL HALEY And His Comeis The Country Clubbers For Your Dancing Adm. 1.61 plus tax. tot. 1.80 FRI., SEPT. 6th KENNY HOFER And His Midwesterners SAT., SEPT. 7th RALPH ZARNOW And His Orchestra Partials Now Available On Fridays and Saturdays VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS RAINY . ALWAYS PROTECTED „, «$& to t*n 4mt/ How often hqv» ypw wnfomplot«d putting yewr vqlupblf P9p«ff In 9 tftft d«pe$it box , c , y«t heiltou d bteawit yew pfobebhr could not novt ImqiecJiptf g&tf» to thorn whin yov nttd«d thin* H»r»'i your onjwerl The VICTOR TREASURE CHEST it etrtifltd It protoct Of «onttntf for ot loost on« hour front flgroit end hto* r«ochlna 1700 9 F, Handy for homo or offlet, it It ln»tontly Mlblo y«t provldei ?4.hour a doy prottotion Iron firt Ifif ltl!«rf« poper», {iwflry or othir priitd potttffloni. WVISTIOATi THIS KONOMY IN MCORO INfURANd TOPAYI SEE IT ON W5PUY AT. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. has U-l i..'|l,-,i ;,! day. 'i is I-: paren! -.. Mi- S/Sut. and ;.nci Mrs H ,b of Wliittci-.iori' U:ii!.-i Sriions. iiie Oronc and Mrs Louis McEn-rce ceived word of r-ie de day. of her aunt W). a! a home f. Dubuque. P'unerii be held Tuesday was ,,l one lime heie for Father Davein. pr St. Ctcelia Cntholie ciitifi ii. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel wcni to Ames, Friday, to attend tin commencement. Their daughter Geoigia Ann Voj-t icei-iv('.! he: Masters degree in S cation and will te. i gona schools. She band, Gerald have to their home in Fentoii and Mr.- Voipt will eomnuit, 1 to Alg-ma. Mr and Mrs Ralph Moo were taken to Omaha. Neb., son-in-law Ted Mimgei re- ie de;,;!!. Su;;M;.! \ ILuui:; . I 1 ;. HIM d i:<< . r\ ii-i s •.',•;! mornim;. S!-: a hotisekeepei si Tidbits From Evelyn Rev. and Mrs i "•« 1- Cl 1','lv 111'!-' •i-. v.ith Hi.- r- Cle! ; s Ui ton. I I ience of Edu- -h in t l K Al- nd nei liu.-- moved bat I: visited there a Munger is the former Moc. From there Mr Moc went to Anderson, Calif, t visit their daughter Mary, Mr Stein and family, and tin- and daughter-in-iaw Mr and Tom Moe and family. S/Sgt. and Mrs Don H. Hitter of the U. S. Air Corps .have returned to their home dale. Md. after a month.- Part of it on the west Port Ang(les. Wa.v-h. parents Mr and Mrs H. and relatives, and Mr parents Mr and Mrs Geo. Simons and relatives here at Algona. Mr and Mrs Geo. Simons ;. -rom- panied them to the we -it eoa-.l. Mrs Hitter is employed at the main Navy Depl.. Washim-toii, D. C. Mr- Mr son Mr.-. t River- vac; lion. coast at with his C. Hitter Hitters wmv CY 4-353S 'Guest Day' Sept. 6 By Lone Rock PWO Lone Rock — The Lone Roc'; Presbyterian Womens Organization will hold "Guest Day" Friday afternoon., at/2:30 at the church parlors. Members from four other P.W.O. or.yanixa- tions have been invited and t!u guest speaker will be Mr; George Pallesen of Rin.usted. Hostesses will !>:• Mrs Hoy Jensen, chairman, Mrs Milton Madison. Mrs Frederick Schultz. Mr.-Dave Weber, Mrs A. D. Nt.-vv- brouHh, Mrs Blaine Saxton. Mr-Win. Knoll. Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom. Mrs Eclw. Blanchard. Mr- Harlan Blanchard and Mrs Clarence Kraft. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club members enjoyed a supper and movie Tuesday evening in Algona. Janet Krueger returned In Cedar Rapids where she is a student at St Lukes school of nursing, Saturday, after a few days here with her parents tin- A. A. Kruegers. Mr and Mrs A. A. Kruruer an 1 Kermit returned Wednesday evening r.fter visiting at Belgrade, Minn, with the Ronald Christenson family. They also culled on Mr and Mrs. Doii West • bee at Minneapolis. She is the former Harriet Fish. From then: they visited Wisconsin Dells. Mr and Mrs Williams of OM- den, la. called Sunday mornin;; on the Chas. Morris's. Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Morn:; visited at Forest City at tin Gerald Godden residence. Mr and Mrs Leonard Weydert of Adams, Minn, spent Sunday afternoon and were supper Ljues'.- at the LeRoy Klepper home. Sli,' is his sister. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family spent last weekend in Plymouth at the Hurry Anderson home. John Ramus and Dick Bier!" have. enrolled at Estherville Junior college. They are .sons t>f Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and Mrs Alice Bierle, all of Lone Hock. Mr and Mrs W. G. Flak; returned Monday after a vacation at Fort Worth, Texas, where they visited their daughter and family the Fred Iversons. Jane Kissner spent last week at the Dick O'Donnell home vi.--.i- ting. Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell and Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlosv were on a week's vacation. Mr and Mrs James Walker an.I daughter of Algona, Mrs Hose Kraft, were supper guests Saturday evening at the Clarenc-.. 1 Kraft home in honor of Joy's second birthday. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson spent a week in the Dakotas visiting at Yankton and the Fort Randall Ram, Pickstown, going on thru the Badlands and Black Hills. They also visited Mr. Rushmore and then went to Bemidji, Minn. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of Whiltemore called Thursday evening on the Henry Kuecks. Road Knights Meet Sv/ea City — The 19 teenagers present at the first regular meeting of the newly organized sate driving club, which was held Monday evening at the Legion Hall, chose the name , Road Knights, lor their organisation. Sheila Osgood was named pro- grain chairman for the September meeting. The executive committee i.s made up of the officers, who are: Carl Johnson, president; Howard Roalson, vice president; Mary Jane Smith, secretary: Nancy Johnson, treasurer and Lowell Greenfield, publicity. Knule Ortofl • HM a farewell •ii'tils Mi and They will sail Nc\v y " i i; City on the d Slati-.-!" I u r France ",'i.i :'o tlr-y will be at least six months. They will study the Inn- Kii.iue and when sufficiently t'ani'liar with it. will fin to Equa- toiu.l F! ench Africa to do mifs- :-ion wo;k. All this sounds just line and dandy but I saw some 1 .-•lide-: K.'Hito hi'd lor lecture pur- po rs and I couldn't honestly say [ could make the hurdle if "i were al.lo bodied and trained. It taki s sonie one lull of grace and li.-\'e of humanity. I am wishing thi m n.-'.ppy landings and the best of hick in theii project. * * • Mrs Sarah Geigel had an ex- pi Tienec somewhat like mine. Lightning struck her house the day of the beginning of the Kr>s- Mith County lair. Not much damage was done except to her clock. There didn't seem to be rrUich electricity in the air — no thunder or lightning except this one bolt. My experience was a few years ago when my bridge lamp was blown out •--- a flash of lightning and Pop — the bulb was "blacker! out" and made user less. I was glad I had previously pulled out the radio plug, else the tubes would have blown out too. Since then, one little Hash or one little rumble, and the radio is disconnected. I do that, to the TV too. ] worder if it is a safeguard or if 1 am being too fussy. • * • Mrs Alfred Semon and her daughters Mrs Pat Bradley, of Burl, Mis Mino Limbcrg. of Buffalo Center, Mrs H. \V. Welp, of Fonda ;.nd Mrs 1.,. F,. Courtney I have returned from a lung dreamed trip which took them to Metamora and Lourdes. III. It wiis in a small parish nt Lourdes Mrs Semon was born and it has been their dream for years to go back together and see the place. I know tlie satisfaction they feel for I made the.pjlgratnage tq my father's old home at Penis.sula. Ohio six years ago. How I would love- to talk with him about it and show him the pictures I had taken while there, bul'alas. there are no survivors of the family either, and my father has been gone these many years. I wonder wherein Asiatic flu If IT'S NEWS WE IT ii Di love" Star > li mn the 01 dinai y flu (bat 'i'ui'rd mir footsteps sillet I'acit \\hen. Am how. ,)uu, ai;<l TVrnaditi" 'Allen have oii'f Hung bearing a lescm- ( to it. and so has Bess Hop- Flu, stay 'v.-i.y i' r o m mv I don't give recipes very oflen .! here is a very good one for ••Xits. At hast we like them :.v much and they met with : :e Post's cippioval when she .,• here one evening recently. ; .-ie i.s a good cook and knows •ed food. Anplc Sauce rookies — ':• cup !'•: tttiing — 1 cup sngur (*•> \\-.\i.\ '•'•! brown) -- I egg — 2'^ • !.••• sifted flour — 1 teaspoon !::);iinoti — Vj teaspoon salt — - teaspoon baking powder -—1 ' i •p unsweetened apple suaee — ispooii soda - 1 cup raisins cup chopped nut meats, ip from spoon onto a greas- hc'-l. Bake at 425 de- 10 minutes. Our neighborhood has changed a lot the past week. Wallukaits h.ive moved to the John Moe house on West College which they bought when the Moes moved to Sibley. The Alvin Petersons h.ive moved from the Ronald Stephens house on Harriet street to the former Waliukail house .Hid now the Harry Blumes are ii;oving to a house they purchased in the east addition near I he new school. It is the Turn Samson house. The Blum's former home will be occupied by Mr and Mis Don Aird and son. of C'harl- <s City. Mr Aird is assistant manager at the Farewny store. Thete is a change at. the Roy Hut/ell apartment too. Floyd and Carol Hut/ell vacated it when they went to Cherokee where Floyd leaches Industrial Arts and the apartment is now taken by Mr and Mrs Lyle Mangan. Mr Manual! has been here since April and is a pharmacist at Husk Drug. * ' * * "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" is bourne out by this story of a fifth grader who definitely prefers them and savs so right to th' 1 new woman in his life. Roche-He Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. A. Johnson, of Irvington. has begun her first ye!ir of leaching at Rodman where she has the fifth and sixth graders. A little fifth grader came to her and said, "Are vou going to be my teach- a "\\cleonif back' Leoia Geigel is going to be organist at the Cunp.rcRalion:-! church. For some time Add Hcrbst had been the musician. Darlone Skogsti'om ha< been organist at the Methodist church but she is roing to college and Mrs Rex Taylor will bo the or ganist beginning in October. In the meantime Mrs L. L. Kelley is doing a fine job. At the Presbyterian church, S h a r o n De Groote will take over during October. Further than that there is no definite knowledge. Wanda Jacobson Bride, Aug. 18, Depew Church Wanda K. Jacobson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Morris D. Jacobson of Cylinder, became the bride of Lvle A. Sprout, son of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Sprout of Emmetsbtirg. in a .double ring ceremony performed by Rev. II. Norheim and Rev. G. Pallesen in St. John's Lutheran church at Depew at 7 p.m. August 18. The bride wore a waltz len»th gown of chantilly lace and tulle, a fingertip veil with crown of : pearls and She also wore ;a mother'* pearl necklace and I carried n lavender orchid on a I white Bible, Maid of lion"r was Dolores ! Jacobson. Cylinder, Mrs Wallace I \Veisbrorl was bridesmaid and Carol Sorenson of Rmgsted was uower g.i !. iii'.-l man was Hlainc Sprout of F.mmetsburg, Melvin \\ i isbrod was groomsman and Jim Jaiobson nnd Tom Jensen sei ved ;:s ushers. Organist was Mrs Art Voctmann and soloists were Blaine Sprout and Mrs E. A. Jensen. A reception for 250 guests was held following the- ceremony. Mrs Harlan Place kept the ' guest book. Mrs James Warren cut the cake. Cnritta Johansen and Mrs George. Pallesen poured, Marge Butler and Mrs Dick Underwood were in cliai!.'.;- of gifts and Kmma Jeim Mvans, Donna Heitland, Nancy Johansen and Carolyn Jensen served as waitresses. Dining room hostess was Mrs Robert Weisbrod. The newly wed are both graduates of Cylinder high school. The bride is a second grade teacher and the bi idcgroom i.s a commercial teacher at Ringsted. Following' a wedding trip to Colorado, the young couple will reside at Ringsted. Kskirnoes ,ire considered akin to the American Indian. Lovely Audrey Hepburn, appearing in Billy Wilder's "Love- In The Al'lernoon" at the Alpmu theatre, is co-starred with Gary Cooper and Maurice Chevalier in Allied -Artists' comedy romance. The picture opens Sunday for two days. er'.'" to which she replied in the affirmative. He answered: "I was hoping I'd have a -blonde." Roeh- clle is a brunette. * * * My column bears fruit, figuratively and literally. I mentioned ground cherries recently and my lonclness tor the preserves. A few days later a jar was sent to me by a friend. Um-ni-m, it's so Mrs Emma Dshnerl keeps busy doing' lovely hand work. She came over the other day to show me an afghan she is crocheting. It is being done in several shades of wool yarn, blending a dark brown, a lighter brown, Ian. orange and yellow — 1 bclivc it was seven colors. It is clone in a zig-zag pattern and is a lovely piece of \voik. Mr ond Mrs James Allen moved Monday into the apartment connecting with the suburban store they recently purchased from Mrs Minnie Matern. It took a lot of figuring to place furniture and select what was needed most for a three room apartment, from a six room and sun porch house. • * « Here's a new* twist — a friend had told me about friends of ours planning to move to California. We decided to give- them a small farewell party -- and then the family decided to NOT leave Algona — so we are going ahead with u parly anyhow — 1 call it 3 DAYS ! SUNDAY - MON. - TUES. THE DRAMA OF A WOMAN BETRAYED! THElMARimu'-DEWEYMARIlN HUIK CffllHICffi W TECHNICOLOR' COMING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11 KIGA RADIO OPEN HOUSE EVERYBODY GETS IN FREE ! Screen: "NORTHWEST PASSAGE" With Spencer Tracy - Robt. Young MAKE A DATE FOR FRIDAY the 13th - 11:30 P.M. i i Irvington Morfluerlte M. Hay*i Mr find Mrs S. Jf, Hnyps spent Sunday and Lnbor Day at Min- neHpnlis at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Frankl. Mr and Mrs Otto Lombnldt and family of Lyle. Minn., visited Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mr nnd Mrs L. W. Me- Mahon. Ronald Baldwin visited friends here Saturday. He was enroltte to tin army Massachusetts. He reports mitch sickness in their home at Hampton. His father Fied Baldwin had recent surgery for appendicitis and his mother has been hospitalized .for medical care, ulso,his sister, Mrs Ralph Cerwinski. Mrs Chas. Reaper is a patient at St. Ann hospital after suffering u stroke. She remains in a critical condition. Barrel Davis will enter college at Cedar Falls,.Sept. 9th. Mr and Mrs Eugene Lemkee and the O'Brien sisters attended the Minnesota State fair on Sunday. ™ NOW Thru SAT. Fun For All 60c Adm. Whenever great motion pictures are talked about,., they will speak of NASTASIA COLOR by DC LUX! CINEMASCOPE INGRID BERGMAN YUL BRYNNER HELEN HAYES hcd*«i by BUDDY AOLER oi«wb,ANATOLEUTVAK , ARTHUR U\URENTS - BONUS HIT - From The Best Seller "POX FIRE" with JANE RUSSELL JEFF CHANDLER ADULTS Who Like Spice and Everything Nice Will Love This Hilarious Comedy !.... SUNDAY For 2 Days HILARIOUS? (Ml SPICY? DARING? ••>-" It's all about that well-heeled Western man who thought he was the best... until he ran into si an adorable doll ;:•?: f in Paris who had f 20 MEN IN HER PAST! Bur NOT FOR CHILDREN _-. \ ^*^^-- ~" ;: - Produced and Directed by BILLY WILDER

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