J-Algona (la.) Upper Del Maine* Thursday, Oct. 19, 1967 MR. AND MRS. Albert Granzow spent the weekend at New Ulm, Minn, with their son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Granzow. MR. AND MRS. Paul Goecke, Denver, Colo., are parents of a second child, a son who has been named Shawn Broderick. The other child Is a son Scott. Paul Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke have heard from their daughter Rita that she and her husband, RobertStanton, have returned from a year's residence in Brussels, Belgium where he had a scholarship for further study. He had received his doctor's degree in physical chemistry. They will be living at Coopersville, Pa. and his work will be in Allentown with the Bell Telephone Co. He plans to later have further schooling. While abroad they traveled extensively. MRS. CHARLES WEISBROD, Fenton, and Mrs. FrankSchnatt- schneider and Darlene were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Eva Mittag. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Geilenfeld will have as weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson, Bruce and Brent, Owosso, Mich. Mr. Olson is employed as field engineer of Armour Egrow-Chemlcal Company. MR. AND MRS. Ernie George plan to attend Homecoming at Ames and will visit their son Dennis, freshman at the University. He was chosen to be a member of the band and plays a trumpet. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle were visited a couple of days last week by the former's brother, George Slagle, Milwaukee, Wise. ALGONA Held Over By Popular Demand: "The Dirty Dozen" ENDS THURS., OCT. 19 FRIDAY « SATURDAY, OCT. 20-21 ONE COMPLETE SHOWING EACH EVENING MATINEE SATURDAY - 1:30 PARAMOUNT PICTURES SEVEN ARTS /R« STARK ADMISSION: ADULTS - $1.25 -- CHILDREN - 50c SUNDAY « MONDAY « TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 - 23 - 24 CONTINUOUS SHOWS ON SUNDAY 2 SHOWS EACH EVENNG •• MONDAY AND TUESDAY BEST FILM OF 1966!" NoiiOPjl Sociely ol Film Grilles A Carlo Ponli Production Antonioni's BLOW-UP Vanessa Redgrave David Hemrnings • Sarah Miles COLOR PLEASE ADULTS ONLY NO CHILDREN ADMITTED ADMISSION: ADULTS - $1,25 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th ONLY CINEMA ARTS FESTIVAL CURTAIN TIME -- 8 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOWING "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" -N y. Tim.i Joseph E. Levine Sopbii Mircello Loren Mastroianni -Yirtono De Sica's An Embassy Pictures ",,,-., APUITS - $1.25 Marriage Italian Style \ -Color COMING SOON: "Rough Night In Jerico" "The Blue Max" "Hawaii" "Or, Zhivago" MRS. C. A. GEILENFELD was visited last week by her daughter, Mrs. Marian Donohue, ol Forest City. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher, Whittemore, went to Belmond Sunday to attend Appreciation Day. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Seller were here Sunday from Storm Lake for a brief visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and Mrs. Fern Foster. From here they went to. Mason City to attend a wedding of friends. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst were visited Saturday by the latter's sister, Mrs. Dorothy Shatto, Mason City, and Mrs. Robert Holmes and children, Ventura. MR. AND MRS. Orville Wicks left Wednesday by plane for Englewood, Calif., where they will spend the winter with their daughter, Barbara. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wicks' mother, Mrs. Clara Holm, Oakland, Calif., who has been visiting here and at Kanawha for the past two weeks. Barbara is employed at State Farm Insurance and spent about two months with her parents recently when they were hospitalized following surgery at Rochester. SUNDAY GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst were their sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furst and Deanna, Humboldt; and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Furst and family, Britt. MR. AND MRS. Leo Gardner have returned from an extended vacation trip, going first to Grand Island and Cotes Field, Neb. where they visited brothers of Mr. Gardner and at Sargent, Neb. where they were with Mrs. Gardner's relatives. At Ft. Collins, they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.andMrs.DonDahl- berge and at Sacramento, Calif., they visited their son and daughter-in-law, S/Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner. He is stationed at Travis Air Base. At San Francisco, they visited a brother of Mrs. Gardner and at Phoenix, Ariz, they were guests of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hanson. En- route home, they stopped at Ord, Neb. and brought home with them Mrs. Gardner's father, M. H. ... Sheldon, who was in a rest home there. He is 94 and in fairly good health. He spends much of his time here with the Gardners MRS. JOHN HELMERS had as guests Sunday her son Richard Helmers and family, Duncombe. EILEEN O'BRIEN, teacher at Council Bluffs and Mickey O'Brien, senior at St. Mary's College, Omaha, came last Saturday to attend the Garrigan-St. Edmond game and visit overnight with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and family, Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. William Specht were visited a few days last week by the latter' s brother- in- law and sister, Emma, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman, Moline, Ql. The Spechts sons are widely scattered Phil is attending junior college at Mason City, Bill is working in Vinton with Cecil Will, and Thomas is in England. CHRISTINE and Rose Arend accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Specht to Templeton when they went to attend the awarding of the Marian Badge to their daughter Debra. The Marian Badge is a Girl Scout recognition of nine months of special training. They were also accompanied by Sister Agatha and Sister Mary Jocile of St. Cecelia Academy. move clock At Algona, Starting Sunday 0 0 o o o o q J o o pj L named Virginia Annette and has a brother Michael, who will be four years Old In January. MRS. FRANK VERA, her brother, Fred Hagen, and other members of the Hagen family at Titonka have been visited by the sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarky, Moline, HI. POTATO A two and three-quarter pound red potato was harvested by Oscar Woods, Lake Mills. PLANE Delbert Denly, Osceola, is fly* ing #1 Meyers OTW 145*horse* power bi*plane, vintage 1936, after completely restoring It. Hii plane won first place In Us division of the National Air Show at Ottumwa recently. Datld Hemmlngi, at a fashion photographer, become! involved uith Sarah Milei, portraying the amatory tci/e of an artiit, in "Blotf-Up," fir it Engllth-langitnge film of internationally acclaimed director Michelangelo /intonloni. Set ngaintt the da*»le of MODern London, The Carlo Pontl production in color, alto ttari Vaneita Redgrave, Time Magazine; "Vibrantly exciting!" MR. AND MRS. Alex Demand were recently at Omaha visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Melonas, formerly of Greece. They were anxious to talk withMr.Dermand who has recently returned from a visit there with relatives and friends. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Egel have received word of the birth of a daughter Oct. 14 to their son Phil and his wife of Horse Head, N. Y. Phil is employed at Painted Post with the Ingersol-Rand engineering projects of air handling equipment. The infant has been Everything's tastier with MILK the instant energiier Zesty milk tickles the taste buds when you drink it solo, and goes great with all the goodies in your picnic basket . . , with snacks, meals, too. Treat yourself to the goodness of milk, often. 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