The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1957
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Alfjona will be host to an unusually fine group of artists Tuesday. Nov. 5, when the Teddv Wi.-son Concert Jazz ensemble arrives to present a concert at the Algona High School Auditorium. This will be the first fi o clock concert of the Kossuth Community Concert Association's 193M958 season. The Association feels that it has chosen a group of exceptional musicians to present a program of jazz designed to please the concert-goer. (| Teddy Wilson is one of the greats" of present-day jazz. In addition to being remembered as Benny Goodman's exciting pianist and noted for his wonderful jazz improvisations, he has been on the faculty of the Juilliard School of Music for seven years. He has been seen in three motion pictures lately, including The Benny Goodman Story. Accompanying the group will be the fcniinine singing star Joya Sherrill. This fascinating singer has been seen and heard on numerous television programs and has recorded for both RCA Victor and Columbia Records. The close-knit instrumental sextet includes (besides Teddy Wilson at the piano) Sam Moat (woodwind), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Arvell Shaw (bass), Sonny Truitt (trombone), and Bert Dahlander (drums). In accord with the Association's standing policy, new memberships will be Available at this time only to newcomers in this area. Present members may purchase single admissions for out-of-town guests by contacting Mrs M. H. Browei of Algona. No single admissions will be sold at the door. Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Guests at the Eugene Lemkee home last week were Wilma Jean Shrimpp of Gartington, Neb. Mary Ann Bauman of Whittemore and Adelle Haag of West Bend. Mrs Mary Dole returned recently from Iowa City where she had gone for a medical check-up. She will return later for surgery for gallstones. Mrs Olive Hansen is slowly recovering from a siege of flu and bronchial pneumonia. Her daughter Marvel is now having flu. Several, other Irvington families have been flu patients, namely the Bo Davis, Gerald Frankls. Jack Schulz and George Skares and Ev. St. Johns. Harvey Peglow, student at Cedar Falls, was home Saturday and Sunday. His sister from DCS Moines drove home and came by 'way of Cedar Falls and brought him along. Mr and Mrs S. J. Hayes were recent guests at the Virgil Elbert home in Whittemore at a 'birthday dinner honoring Mrs Frank Elbert who is a sister of Mr Hayes. Miss Mary Frank! who has been at the Gerald Frankl home the past few months left Sunday for Philipsburg, Mont., where she will be spend the winter at the home of her cousin. Mr and Mrs B. A. Frankl spent the past weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Frankl in Minneapolis, Minn. The boys remained .home with their Grandma Chappel who has been visiting there. Jazz Fnsemfc/e In Algeria Concert A/ov, 5 i BULL John Vogel, of Guernsey, received a broken leg recently when he was charged by a young bull in his barnyard. The animal did not pursue the attack after knocking Vogel to the ground. MUSHROOM Mrs Fred Kriz of Luzerne found an \\ l k pound mushroom in the timber near Elberon. The mushroom was not an old one and made good eating. Teddy Wilson Wesleyans Attend Goetz Golden Wedding Wesley — Mr and Mrs Frank Goetz of Elma, Iowa, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 27 with a family dinner at nocn in the Our Lady of Lourdes Hall at Lourdes. near Elma . Open house was held there from 2 to 4 o'clock. Frank Goetz and the former Amanda Peterson were married in the Immaculate Conception church in Cedar Rapids, Oct. 27. 1907 by the late Rev. J. Toomey Their attendants were Steve Cullianan and Anna Snietil. Mr and Mrs Goetz first lived at Cedar Rapids, then at Wesley, then moved to Howard County in 1920. They are living on their farm northeast of Elma now. Their children are Sister Mary Stanislas of Burlington, who was unable to attend; Mrs Rudloph Chihak of Elma: Mrs Ben (Ruth) Peconovsky of Walker; Mrs Joe (Rose) Trijillo of San Diego. Calif.; Mrs Roy (Margaret) Auen of Hiawatha; Frank at Cresco; Stanley, San Jose. Calif.; and Vince at Garwin. They have 21 grandchildren. Wesleyans who' attended the celebration included Mr and Mrs Lou Goetz, Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz, Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz, Mr and Mrs George Goetz, Mr and Mrs Clair Wingert and Mrs Helen Johnson. Former Wesleyans who attended included Mrs Loretta 'Lloyd, Mr and Mrs Mike Lloyd and Mr and Mrs Jerry Lloyd of Mason City: Mr and Mrs Jack Haag o^ ^Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Al- Bert Hoffer, one daughter and two sons of'Waterloo; Mrs Stella Hauptman of Charles City and Mr and Mrs Peter Kirschbauir. of Ayrshire. Hospital Patients George Cink was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday, Oct. 21 for medical treatment and possible surgery. Mrs Jennie Luken was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital Sunday evening after a fall at home. Mrs Adelia Thistlewood left Monday for her home in Minneapolis.' She had spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs Viola Studer and mother, Mrs Jennie Luken . John Hildman suffered broken ribs and shock and bruises Saturday noon in a fall from a manure spreader. He was laksn to the Britt hospital. Alf Studer spent several days over the weekend at the home of his daughter, Mrs Leo Young and family at Garner. Charlene Downs, student at Business College, Mankato, spent the weekend at her parental Ed "I ain't feeling too chipper, yet" A lot of folks hereabouts feel about like the young gentleman above . . . just getting out and around after a bout with the flu bug. Now that you're feeling better, stay that way. Come in to Rusk Drug and get yourself on some good Vitamins. During the' cold, sunless months, you and your family need what a good Vitamin can provide. We have the best brands of Vitamins. Safeguard your health while you have it by periodic visits to your doctor. When medicines and prescriptions are needed, rely on the quality and exact compounding at Rusk Drug. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Downs home. She came with Darrel Downs, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Downs of St. Benedict and with Grace Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz, who are also students at the college. The C. D. of A.'s will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. 6. Servers will be Francis Webtr. Blanche Rasmussen, Florence Hildman, Helen Plathe, Arlene Garner and Phyllis Walker. On the entertainment committee are Anna Hirner, Edna Koppen, Justine Becker, Stacia Richtsmeier and Bernice Vitzthum. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet that afternoon. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Nov. 7. Minnie fStuder and Viola Studer will serve. Burrell Lease, who is on a month's tour of Europe with a group of other F.B.I, agents wrote his mother, Mrs Veva Lease that his party had a private audience with the Pope on Oct. 19 and had visited the catacombs, St. Peters and Roman Forum, Italian and F r e n c !i Rivieras and Monaco. They will spend several days in Paris before flying to Washington, D. C. on Oct. 29. Delores Studer .recently won first prize for her essay on "Why I joined 4-H." And a recording was made and presented on KGLO radio. Mr and Mrs Will Ross of Hartley spent Thursday of last week with her cousins, Mr and Mrs Will Martinek. Methodists will have a masquerade party Thursday evening Oct. 31 in the church parlors. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume and penalties for those not in costume. Mrs Charles Mullin entertained her bridge ciub Saturday afternoon. Mrs Martin Hamilton and Mrs Tom Forburger were guests Sandra Flom, student nurse, now training at Independence, la. spent the weekend at her parental, Erling Flom home. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig, Vincent Doughan and Mr and Mrs Ray Doughan, the latter o' Britt left Monday morning for Odell, 111. where on Tuesday morning they attended the funeral of a brother, Alyin Doughan, aged i 51, who died of n heart attack. He is survived by his widow and eight children. Sunday callers at the Elmei Doughan home were Mrs Elery Loebig and child and Mr and Mrs Ray Doughan of Britt and Eugene Doughan of Kanawha. A few pupils reported for classes at St. Joseph's parish school Monday morning, but due to so much flu among pupil and Sisters the school was closed till Monday Nov. 4 at least. On All Saints Day Friday; Nov. 1 Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church will be at b:dO and U:30. On Saturday All Souls Day Masses will be at 6:30 and tnt other 2 will be soon after. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr and Mrs M. T. Rye and Mi- and Mrs A. L. Gesme of Emmons, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Ed Gesme oi Lake Mills; Mrs Marion Hall and Roaney of Hanlontown and Mr and Mrs Loren Lease of Mason City. Afternoon callers were Mi and Mrs Richard Madsen and 3 children of Hutchinson, Minn and Mr and Mrs Norman Mc- Enelly of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe and two children of Carnarvon were Saturday night and Sunday guests in the parental, Urban Neuroth home . Mr and Mrs Al Cronin of Deb Moines were Saturday night guests of her granamotner, Mr* Christine Engen. They all were Saturday evening callers at the Ed Theile home at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe and two children of Carnarvon and his mother, Mrs Mary Rowe of Carroll spent Saturday and Sunday with the latter'g mother, Mrs Rich Reiling and fainJly and with Mrs Norman Rowe's father, Urban Neuroth and family. World Day of Prayer has been postponed from Friday, Oct, 25 to Nov. 1 because of illness. It will be under the direction of Mrs R. E. Newbrough and six assistants. Mrs G a y 1 o n Spurgeon of Bloomfield came Friday Oct. 25 to visit her brother, Otto Henderson and wife. The three left Saturday for Ida Grove to spend two days with a brother, N. J. Henderson and family. Mrs Mary Seifert did not celebrate her 80th birthday Thursday, Oct. 3. As that day she became ill with an attack of the flu .which kept her at home and in bed part time for three weeks Her granddaughter Carol Albet lives with her. Her daughter, Mrs Ida Bohn of Garner broughl her a decorated birthday cake Mr and Mrs Emil Seifert of Mason City visited his mother Wednesday Oct. 23 and broughl Carol home. Theodore Seifert of Mason City visited his mothei Sunday . Incumbents file Far Titonka Town Offices Titonka — Nomination papers that have been filed in Titonka with the Town Clerk, Florence Reader, as follows: John M. Hamilton, Edward A. Sathoff, L. S Hans, Eilert D. Boyken, and Amos Krominga for Councilman and L .W. Nath for Mayor. All men are seeking re-election, and the final filing date was Sunday Oct. 20, so any other candidates wanting office will have to be write-ins. Start Xmas Plans A special meeting of the Titonka Chamber of Commerce was called for Monday evening, Oct 28 at J. R. Schutjers Implement at 7:30. This meeting is to make plans for Christmas. The Rev. Bruce Eshelman oi Fontanelle will open the Methodist Mission to Iowa Evangelistic Campaign in the Titonka and Doan Churches this Sunday at the Morning Worship Services, speaking on the Stewardship of Witness. The Methodist Mission to .Iowa is a r state-wide evangelistic campaign carried out by the North Iowa Conference and the Iowa DCS Moines Conference. Ministers from the Iowa Des Moines Conference are sharing' with those of the North Iowa Conference during this week of Oct. 27-31. Ida Sachau of Kansas City, Mo. spent the weekend in Titonka visiting relatives. She returned by train from Manley Monday afternoon. Kelly Boekelman, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Boekelman spent the past week at home with the Chicken Pox. Mr and Mrs George Tjaden, Mrs Alfred Boelkes and Mrs Herman Janssen of Buffalo Center drove to Ames, Monday, to visit Owen Tjaden who was in the Campus hospital with complications of the flu. Owen Tjaden entered college a month ago. Mrs Herbert Iscbrand and family ,Mrs Sever Pannkuk and, Mrs Alice Walrod of Omaha, Neb. visited over the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand. Saturday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Roy Walrod and Cheryll and Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Richard Isebrand and family and Mr and Mrs Morris Iscbrand and family. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller of Albeit Lea and Mr and Mis George Sachau and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann. The Junior Class play that was to be presented Tuesday evening, Nov. 5, will be postponed until a later date which has not yet been set, due to the outbreak of the flu. The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 6 at 2:00 p.m. Ilostfsscs will be Mrs Clifford Krantz, Mrs Lester- Callies, Mr? Kdwar,t Sathoff and Mrs Dick Baado. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet November 6 at the church Fellowship Hall with devotions given by Mrs John Isebrand and the lesson by Mrs Jay Budlong Hostesses will be Mrs Loyai Gingrich. Mrs Leo Richter, Mrs Win. Schram, and Mrs Joe Boekelman. The Titonka W.S.C.S is also invited to the Guest Day held at Buffalo Center, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. Congregation At Whittemore In Quarterly Meet Whittemore — Voting members of St. Paul's congregation held their last quarterly of this year in the church basement, After the regular routine 1 of business, election of officers and commit- tecmen took place, as follows: Elder, Herman Zumach; Trur- tee, Martin Zimmerman,' School board, William Hanover Jr.; Chairman, Vic Perkins; vice chah-man, Herbert Zumach; Recording secretary, Reuben Butzke; Treasurer, Lawrence Pert]; Financial secretary, Fred Ruhnke; Finance committee, Milton Espe, Wayne Bell, Bert Selly, Herman Voigt and Archie Voigt. Nominating committee, Edwin Greinert, Ralph Walker and William Meyer Jr., Auduting Committee, Elmer Maahs, Herman Behnke and Walter A. Meyer. Young people's committee, Lawrence Meyer and Theodore Meier, Mission Committee, Theodore Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs George Knorr are vacating the late William Vaudt house in the west part of town and are moving to the George Meyer house just west of the Rex WE'VE 60T'£M!i Attend Last Rites Algonans who attended last rites for Forrest L. Phillips, 60. former Algonan, at Sutherland Sunday, Oct. 13, included Mr and Mrs Chester Willey, Paul Willey. Mrs Eva Wille and Mrs Clifi Haase. \. Mr Phillips, who was born here Nov. 24, 1896, died in i. Springfield, Mo. hospital Oct. 8 He is survived by his wile and a daughter. Slalom racing in skiing involves downhill racing against time, between pairs of flags. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 -11:30 P.M. f BEE! A Ticket to A Coming Attraction If You Can TakeiT! SUPERNATURAL UNDERSEA T ALGONA Swansnn home. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnkc in Lot's Creek Friday rvening. While ,-it the Plantation Wednesday evening at the Bep.v>rr;r, Rally. Arthur Ilridrriwith hn>', the honor to meet Sam H. Coir. the Hobo King, and share th fi b.ioth with him. Sam is a wonderful artist, has a very good education an dis a very good singer. Mrs Bud Fe.rdcn and son o' Al.aona spent Monday here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Simon I Weber. The-infant son of Mr and Mr<= August Vaudt, was baptized last week Sunday in the mornina service in St. Paul's Lutheran church. He was named William Louis. Sponsors were Mrs Loui? Vaudt of Gowrie and Herman Vaudt of Whitlemoro. Dinner guests in his honor were Mr and Mrs Louis- Vaudt of Gowrie Ernestine Vaudt of Farnamville Mrs Clara Vaudt of here and Miss Clara Vaudt of Estherville. and Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Earl Barry were last week Sunday dinner Rue«l? at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien, in honor of their son Kevin's first comVnunion. Mrs Louis Braatz accompanied her son Robert to Waterloo Friday where they spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Struecker. Mr and Mrs George Maahs drove to Fergus Falls. Minn. Saturday where they visited Mr and Mrs William Maahs. The men are brothers. The latter has been ailing for the past several months and is in a critical condition. They returned home Monday. St. Paul's Lutheran School Thursday, October 31, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper fte« Me?nM~9 ALGONA HEY KIDS! SPECIAL HALLOWEEN MATINEE SATURDAY-2 P.M. Margaret O'Brien Charles Laughton in "THE CANTERVILLE GHOST" — also — 6 COLOR CARTOONS - PLUS FREE CANDY BARS TO ALL THOSE COMING IN COMPLETE HALLOWEEN COSTUMES! closed for this week, as one of the teachers is confined to hi.* bed with the flu. Monday attendance was 32 pupils out of an enrollment of 76. Mr and Mrs Alfred TVuhr and family of Cylinder, Mr aiu: Mr.s Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Joanctie and son Everett of LoM.- Croek and Mi and Mrs Meyer an-"! sons Gaylc and Roger of here were Sund;:v afternoon visi'o'-s at the parental home of Mathilda Meyer. Sunday nin.L'. calK-rs wr-ro Mr and Hugo G;nie of Algona. Later in the day Mrs Meyer and the Carlos and Mr and' Mr= Albert Meyer nncl dauehters of Lott? Creek visited at the home of M: and Mr.s William Meyer. Ralph Sobers was confined t> his bed with a siege of the flu and pneumonia. Mrs evr- Mr.- SENECA NEWS Mrs C. O. Bailey was a patient n.t a Spirit Lake Hospital last week. She went there for ; check up and for possible (rent mcnt. Goetlieb Kracht was brought home from the Holy Family hospital at Estherville last Monday afternoon. Mr Kracht had been hospitalized with the flu and other complications for several days. Mrs Elmer Hannisch had the misfortune of stepping on a nail recently which caused serious infection in a foot. She was confined to her bed for several days Mr and Mr.s Charles Beaver drove to Cedar Falls last Wednesday and brought their daughter Marian .home. Marian, who is a student nt Imva State Teachers College, became ill with the "flu." Mr.s Ronnie Freirmuth and hi by daughter, Sonia were h-ouyh! home from the hospital ln«t \vrck. They are staying at thr Maternal Roy Klein home. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft accompanied by Mr and Mrs Lawrence .Tohannesen and Larry, also Lois Wilbfrf*. attended Hofne- fomine festivities at Luther Col- !or.',r. Dccornh, Saturday. Th- 1 Loofts ard Johannrre'ns tnet their <:on David, Kathryn Johnn- nesen and roommate, Janet Ques- tnd, and Raymr.n'l Wilbsrg; also Dick Looft of Indianapolis, Ind.; Elaine Weschhoff of Madison, Wis.: and Mr and Mrs Milton WosHihoff of Oregon. Wise. at Pholps Park and had a picnic dinner together before going to the ball game. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and Jill attended the Luther Home- rorninu at Decorah, Saturday, rind Sunday. They were guests at the li^me of Ted's roommate of ri'llrrre days on Saturday ni^ht ALGONA ADULT ADMISSION PRICES INCREASE T065c STARTING SUNDAY - NOV. '3 ENDS THURSDAY: "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER" ALGONA FRIDAY & SATURDAY "ABANDON SHIP!" PLUS THIS CO - HIT LYNdH-HOT TOWN...GUN-CRAZY KID! This is the terrific musical comedy picked as "The Cream of the Crop" for screening at the Algona Band Festival recently. Band members and Band Masters thought it was great . . . called it "Strictly the Bestl" ... ALGONA NOTE! ADULT ADMISSION GOES TO 65c STARTING SUNDAY SUNDAY and MONDAY A MOVIE MUSICAL OF SHEER DELIGHTI An ARTHUR FREED Production FRED ASTAIRE CYD CHARISSE in .Cinemascope and Metrocolor also co-Starring Jams refer PAIGE -LORRE Jules MUNSHIN • George TOBIAS Joseph BULOFF - ADDED WOODY WOODPECKER CARTOON

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