The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 3
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I , jp f- Hypnotist To Appear Here In Lions Show of the country's foremost hypnotists, will he presented here on Tuesday, Nov 12 under auspices of the Algona it-?", 8 , Club - arcordinti 10 L. W Nitrhals, club president. Three performances will be fi iven. for benefit of Algflna Boy Scouts and uirl Scouts. Dr. Greene is the same hypnotist who appeared on the Ed Sullivan show during the summer suspending Ed "stiff as a board between two chairs. Lions Club committee heads for the project include Miles bloniker and Russ Guster cochairmen, Clayton Percival, ticket sales, Ted Herbst, stage manager. and Oliver Carlson, reception Tickets may be purchased from any Boy Scout or Girl Scout. Dr. Morton Greene Harry Simmons Burial Oct. 23 Last rites for Harry E. Simmons, 62, long-time resident o! Algona, were held Wednesday a 1 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel with Rev. M. H. B rower. Presbyterian minister, officiating. Burial followed at Calvan cemetery. Pallbearers at the funeral were Max King, Robert and Firman Laing, Don and David Simmons and Henry Eisenbarth. Mr Simmons succumbed to B heart attack shortly after admittance at St. Ann "hospital early Sunday morning. He suffered the attack at his home, 315 W Call, and was rushed to the hospital immediately. Harry Ellsworth Simmons, son of George W. and Alice Sage Simmons, was born at LuVernc March 9, 1895 and was married to Adelaide Eisenbarth at Algona Jan .18, 1935. Mr Simmons was employed as a mechanic for many years until ill health forced his retirement. Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Darold, Huntington Park, Cal; his mother, Mrs Alice Simmons; a sister, Mrs Carrie King, Algona; and three brothers, Ralph Simmons, West Bend, Lester Simmons, Cedar Falls, and Mark Simmons, Fairmont, Minn. His father, a sister and brother preceded him in death. Mr Simmons was an avid sports fan and attended baseball. games in this area regularly. Zeke Takes Honors Zeke Winkel was the top bowler at Algona Lanes this week with a 223 single line score. Other men over 200 included Joe Elbert 221, Jerry Schimmel 219, Soup Briggs 202, Harold Peterson 202 and Orie Peterson 200. 65 YEARS Mr and Mrs J. T. Fitchett of Newell recently celebrated theii 65th wedding anniversary. They ore the parents of nine children, 34 grandchildren and 52 great- grandchildren. COMING NOV. 1 THOSE YEARS AHEAD CARS PLYMOUTH DODGE DESOTO CHRYSLER IMPERIAL YOU1L FIND THEM , AT PERCIVAL MOTORS (PLYMOUTH, DODGE) J & L MOTORS (PLYMOUTH, DfSQTO, CHRYSLER, IMPERIAL) EVEN MORE AHEAD FOR '58 St. Benedict CDA Met Oct. 17 Si. Benedict—Court St. Benedict 1593 C. D. of A. met last Thursday evening, October 11. Grand Regent, Mrs Robert Eischen presided. Ct-cclia Simons was in charge of the lunch committee and Frances Capesius was chairlady of the entertainment committee. Mrs Robert Mayer won high prize for cards and Louise Preu> ?ohol won low. Jacqueline Quinn won birthday prize, Rosella Eischen won door prize and Mrs Roman Thill won the attendance prize. The next meeting will be ini- Shirley Miller, a senior at St. Cecejia's Academy, is shown in the above photo being crowned queen of the carnival which was held m academy hall here Wednesday night, Oct. 16. Presiding at the crowning ceremony is Jim Cink, also a St. Cecelia's senior. A large crowd attended. Miss Miller daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Miller, was one of lour capdidates for the honor. Others were Margaret Goecke freshman, Betty Cink, sophomore, and Jane Nelson,-junior. Final selection was based on a penny vote, which was the largest in the history of the annual affair. Money raised by carnival activities is turned over to the athletic Individual Casserole Fri., Sat., and Monday l«f«ol for preparing and Mrvlng Individual porlioni of potato*!, baked beam, «tc. Or UM for candy or nuh. All aluminum — pofltktd flntih. ' quart tit*. DAVIS PAINT for the first time ever!' Samsonite Streamlite Train Case REGULARLY $17.50 • Out-Trawls all others! • Exclusive "Travel-Tested" finish defies scuffs, cleans with damp cloth! Available fn HAWAIIAN BLUB, RAWHIDE FINISH. 5ADDIE TAN, BERMUDA GREEN, ADMIRAL BLUB, COLORADO BROWN, LONDON ORCY. Ultralite Train REGULARLY $22.50 Holds 52 travel needs! Most practical, 'beautiful case a woman can own! Fabulous magnesium makes it so light you scarcely know you're carrying it! Available In VAPOR WHITE, AIRLINE GREY, SEA BLUE, SEA GREEN, PALOMINO, RED-WHITE, BLUE-WHITE, JET-GREY. Pre-Christmas Special... Buy Now and Save! ^WILLIAMS Ai.QQNA.IQWA of new members on Nov. Several members of the St, -nr-dirt Guild attended the OCCW meeting he*ct at Emmetsburg last Tuesday, Oct. 15th. The croup included, Mesdames Robert Eisrhen. Marvin Eischcn. (icorge Boeder, John Prueshr>' Bon Dorr and Dennis Lickteig. The following ladies plan to at- 'end the DCCW convention at Oat-roll this week: Mrs Otmar Fischer. Mrs A. J. Grandgenett. Mrs Alex Eischen. Mrs Joe Klemm. Mrs Leo Ludwig and Mrs_Nick Arndorfer. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS refill loads in variety of colors Upper Dos Moines Pub. Co Al Ron a. Card of Thanks CARD OP THANKS I would like to thank my friends rmd neighbors for the flowers and cards while T was in the hospital and also for the Rood care of the sisters and nnrsrs at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Mary,Rain 43 CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for the flowers and many kind acts of sympathy during' our satf bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed Mrs Tobitha Wilson Family. 43* Thursday, Oct. 24, 19S7 Algono fie.) Upper Deft Following thr illness and be- roavr merit of our husband and falher William B. Mm ray, we wish to e-xpress thanks and prati- tnd<> for the many calls, cards, flf.ral offrrmgv ,-inrJ memorials PX - tr-rsfiorl to n,c. A No sinrrro thanks to t!v WSCS for STTving lunch Mr? William B. Murray Leon Mm ray Laurence Murray Robert Murray Mrs. John Voss. Jr. (43) CARD OF THANKS For Sale FOR RAT.K - -CHESTER WHITE boar?, giiod si?r & quality, vac- rinatrrl and guaranteed. Glen Rinrhart, Brilt. 43-4fi* Help Wonted "Well known company will hav<* local r-st-ahlish^H ' dealership open soon. No investment. . To qualify: neat appearance, married, car, Hvsire & need of over $100 a wtvk. Write P. O. Box 2503. Waterloo, la." 43-44 root Dean Cass of Fontanelle was injured recently when he got his foot caught in an auger while loading corn at a Greenfield elevator. His big toe was broken in five places. 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