The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 3
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t .Mt. and MM. Raymond G\l bert have been visited by their daughter, Mrs, Gary Bernau and David, Ames. Mt's Clem Cavanaugh was vis- Ited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Her• bert Cavanaugh,, Clarion, ana - Bridget .Cavarmugh. Margaret Yeoman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman left last Tuesday to stay until Sept. 1 with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs William Powers at Los Angeles, Calif. Don fceal Is away this Week, flying to Arizona and California, i Mrs. Anna Presihus and Mrs, Hanson and Betty . sfient tht weekend at the Okobbjis. Mi and Mrs William Gearing were at Spencer last week visiting Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and family. , Walter Reid, former Algerian -now living at Torrence, Calif., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid, Tom and Bert Reid and other relatives. Ends Tonite (Wed.) "Return To Peyton Place" THURSDAY thru SATURDAY - Mai. 2 NEW HITS IN COLOP>^"|F I CAN'T HAVE YOU... I'M GOING TO HURT YOU!" TODAY'S YOUNG SAVAGES! Mefro-Go/e/wyn-Moyer pretend ' in AN AVON Predutliart .-•.• AS "RUBY" will, JACK MULLANEY ONSIOW STEVENS PLUS 2nd FEATURE IN COLOR SINDAY& MONDAY WHEN HE RIPS TOE COVER OFF THIS UNDERCOVER WOMAN »..he rips the lid off the explosive story of the man who kept a date with desife^nd danger at the deadly rim of the Iron Curtain! This woman he i ?'t had to trust... * .JONJAZiEMANN o SECOND NEW FEATURE • M THE SPARKLING SHOW WITH THAT GIGI GLOW I TECHNICOLOR _. MAURICB JOHN LOREN-GHEVAUER GAVIN TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY In Color THE LOVE AND FAITH THAT MOVED THE WORLD,,,AND THE TREACH, ERY THAT ALMOST DESTROYED IT! Mr and Mrs Everett" Harris Fairmont, were 1 guests Sunday df Mrs Cora Martin. Mr and Mrs Me! Griffin and Kathleen recently attended M family reunion at Huron, S. D. Mr and Mrs Eugene Fursl were visited from Friday till Monday by Darrell Barhard, Minneapolis • Mrs Joan Dunson, Des Moines visited her mother, Mrs Esthei DeCamp, and her sisters lasl Weekend. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasles spent Saturday at iBradgate with Mrs Feaster's mother, Mrs Olf Knutson. , ; Mr and Mrs F, M. Holf hav« had as "guests Rev. and'Mrs John M. Schmidt and children of Durham, Calif. Mrs Joe Greenberg had as guests last week Thursday Mr and Mrs Don Alt and Jimmie Des Moines/ , Mr and Mrs Glen Graham were dinner guests Sunday of the former's parents. Mi- and Mrs J. A; Graham' at Biirt.'... ' '. • Mr and Mrs Russell Guster have 'returned from a trip tc Bcmidji; Minn., where they visited with Dr. and Mrs Don Churchill and family. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Marion t Donohue and children, Forest City. Dinner guests-Monday were Mrs Geileri- feld's sister, Mrs Emma Boetcher and Mr and Mrs George Corner, Omaha, Neb. • /Mrs. Lawrence . Gillespie was visited Wednesday by her sister, Mrs. George Manus of Burt. Thursday they went to Cor.with to spend the day with another sister, Mrs. Phil Puffer and werfc accompanied by Mrs Gillcpsie's daughter, Mrs Verio Elmore and Kristy. v • Mrs Clark Orion left Tuesday for Brazil, Ind., for a visit with Mr and Mrs John Martin. Sht will be joined there by the brother, Herliss Minkler and daughter, Marie Elaina of Biloxi, Miss. and the son Webb Orton. All will stop in ,Chicago for a day of sight-seeing. Mrs Cora Martin has returned from Marion, S. D. where she had 1 'been -. with, Mrs Mary Harris .since the .death of>• her *husbana, Dan ; ; HarWsosSheEind Mrs.rHarri^ tt'ftiv&L'- jot' ^tmtnnrA'iislWinri'i • tJEsjE&ntlv Mrs Olga Jordan and her sisters Ellen and Alma Carlson have returned from a vacation at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Glen Harms have been visited by Mr and Mrs Clarence Dobbs and daughter, Patsy, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Albert Magg and son Alvin and Mike Gilbert attended the air show Sunday at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg have been visited by Mr and Harold Swartzman and daughter, Kansas City, Mo. , ••••?' Mr and Mrs Perry Collins .returned Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs Collins had gone through the clinic. _ . Mrs Bertha Pommer, wifh M* and Mrs Henry Looft, Seneca, spent the weekend at Minneapo-- lis with Mr and . Mrs ' Richard Looft. , . •'•.:. Mr and Mrs George Balluif. Patty, Mick, Dick and Bob returned Sunday -from a week of fishing at Shebandowan, x Orit. Canada. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger have been visited' by Henry Faber,' Fargo, N. D., and Mr and Mrs Leo Bommlcr and children. Castleton, -N. D. Mrs Edna Harr was visited over the weekend by her granddaughters, Trudy and Debbie., daughters of Dr and Mrs T. D.' Rossing, Livermore. ; Vicki Hansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wade Harisen, has returned from a five day visit with; Agnes Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbert, at Fonda. Alice Cink and Dorothy Farrow, Bancroft, spent the week of the 4th in Minneapolis with their sisters, Be.tty Cink and Marilyn Farrow, who are employed there; Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris were visited last week by their daughter, Patricia of Davenport. Her brother, Roger Ferris is at Iowa City visiting, with Mr and Mrs Jerry Ferris and will return home with them when they come, this week for a visit Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson have returned from a vacation spent at Flint, Mich., with Mr and Mrs Everett Vanstceriburg, at Edit Claire, • Wis., with Mr and My.s Fred Hudson and at Mirineapdli^ with Mr-arid Mrs Richard ' " Pnm-..i^/.-.'.&s;v ••<•••*•&•'•' '• •* Mrs Russell Howard, Notma and Richard, Falls Church, Va.» and Mrs Leona Pinnell, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., are visitors in the Will Drayton home. Kay and John Kohlhaas, grandchildren of Mr and Mrs John Kohlhaas, Algona, left this week for their home at Corpus Chrisli, Texas, after spending several weeks here. Claude White was at Linden last week to visit with his mother, Mrs. Ella White, who observed her eighty-second birthday Wednesday. He also visited witn other relatives there. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston have sent word to friends th'at they are leaving Phoenix, Ariz., where they now make their home July 20 and w51l be here about the 23rd. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera had Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank of Mason City as weekend guests. Sunday e'vening the couples were at Sexton with Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips. In attendance at the golf tournament at Storm Lake last Sunday were Mr and Mrs Leo Beck, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris, Mr and Mrs Maynard Miller and Mr and Mrs Claude Slaglc. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke spent Sunday at Carroll with the letter's mother, Mrs Matilda Mattes; The previous week the Gocckes had as weekend guest their daughter, Leona, R. N., Mason City. Thursday, July 20, 1961 Mgana (lo.) Upper Des MatoM-9 Mrs John Deim and .children Gretchen and Jon are vacationing at the Okobojis in the Don Deal cottage. Mrs Deim is going to Thornton next week to act a9 judge at a flower show, IF IT'S HEWS WE WANT If arid'"visited with Oscar AriHers'on and Mrs Adie Van Alstine Olds- field, former Algonans. A picnic, dinner was held aJ the home of Mr and Mrs Julius Cink Sunday in honor of Mr and Mrs Bill Watts and family of California. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel and family, Wilmar, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bud Robinson and Mr and Mrs Frank Cink. Mr and Mrs Jack Grandjenett and family visited in the afternoon. A picnic dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs Bridget Smith honoring Charles and Joseph Smith who are on a 30 day leave from the carrier U.S.S Lexington. Those present were Mr and Mrs Mark Smith, Nichols, Paul Smith, George; Robert Schumacher family, Duncombo- Mr and Mrs, Leo Bleich, Wesley; Mr and Mrs Joseph Kelly and family, Ka'nkakee, 111.'; Mr and Mrs Bill Detrick and family and Helen Smith, Britt. Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher were honored by a dinner Sunday on their 49th wedding anniversary. It was also Mr Fisher's 75th birthday. The dinner was held at the Ray Fisher home in Garner Those present were the couple's children 'and respective families Connie Fisher and Eva Jorgen, Sioux City; the Jack Fishers Staceyville; the Ted Fishers, Jr. Granada, Minn.; the George Fishers, Muskegon, Mich.; the' Vic Fishers, Corwith; the Elmer Lawmans, Laurens; the Willi Fishers and Dan Fishers, Algona ] The Fisher's two great grandchildren were also present with their parents, Mr and Mrs Terry Olson, Salina, Kansas. Maureen and Kathleen man were visiting with, theb grandparents, Mr and Mrs An drew Reding last week. Anc Friday the girls parents, Mr and Mrs John P. Coleman of SI Paul, Minn, came to get the girls and took them back with them Monday. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Westberg, Ro1/*j, and Mrs Dorothy Wilschusen and family, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Helmers have been' visited by their daughter, Mrs Robert Carlson and their grandaughter Linda Wilschusen, Brainard, Minn. Mrs Mary Miller and her daughter, Mrs Lloyd Wellendon are visiting at Waterloo anc 1 Grinnell this week. At Waterloo they were with Mr and Mrs Rar Hutchison and at Grinnell they ore with Mr and Mrs Dolph Miller. The Hutchisons are recovering from major surgery and gutting along nicely. NOTICE I HAVE MOVED MY BARBER SHOP TO THE LOCATION UNDER >ENNEY'S ,..••' STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY MR. FURST. I .WILL APPRECIATE SERVING YOU THERE. . . DAVE GOUGE SATURDAY MAT. ALGGKA MAT. AT 1:30 COLOR CARTOONS Adults 75c Kiddies 25c "3 STOOGE" COMEDIES FREE Comic Books "ALASKA DANCE HAIL GIRL 7 ' THE GIANT MOTION T PICTURE BY THE AUTHOR OF '61A NT'! Thursday thru Saturday "Barefoot Mailman" 1:30-7:30. "All The Fine Young People" 3:00-9:00 Saturday matinee only 10 cartoons 1:30. 3 Stooge comedies 2:30. "Secret Ways" 2:00- 'Breath Of Scandal' Sunday 5:40-9:20. 3:33-7:35. Monday 1:30-7:40, 3:15-9:25. Tuesday - Wednesday "Esthei & The King" 1:45-7:15-9:20. "Breath Of Scandal' "The Secret Ways' :.be> his,-' V- r> THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF 1960 BY THE AUTHOR OF''BIANT 1 ! STARRINO ROBERT fl WARNER BROS. .... TECHNICOLOR* "'"'~ WANE mm THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Across six thousand miles of excitement... across a whole world of adventure comes the rousing story of real people called The Sundowners ! PRODUCTION Of DfBOMFT ROBERT PETER mniwmm TECHNICOLOR® Pttsonu BY WARNER BROS. PLUS 2 .. COLOR CARTOONS EVERY THURSDAY IS "BUCK NIGHT" THE WHOLE CAR LOAD FOR $1.00 Tuesday and Wednesday at the Algona Theatre "ESTHER AND THE KING" 2 BIG FEATURES ON OUR GIANT SCREEN! A GIANT AMONG MEN IN A ANTIC SPECTACLE! Inja land of sinful pleasures he rallies his Gallant Hundred to defy the brute invaders!; RICHARD EGAN JOAN COLLINS It's a series of silly sequences! A classic comedy triumph 1 DANIELA ROCCA IVO GMiUKI • PHIUPK HERSUil SISSIO FANION1 — PLUS — 2 COLOR CARTOONS

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