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-Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnet Thursday, June 30, 1966 Barbara Barflett Weds Jerry Seller June 17 The wedding of Barbara Bartlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, Algona and Jerry Seller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller, St. Benedict, was held June 17 in the Little Brown church at Nashua. Twenty-six relatives and close friends were in attendance. The wedding dinner was held at Charles City. The bride's t, r own was a peau de sole skirt and Irish heather lace bodice. A shoulder-length veil was held in place by a pearl and rhinestone tiarra. Attendants for the couple were Mrs. Leonard Funk and Bill Bartlett, the bride's brother. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and Mankato State College and taught at Storm Lake during the past school year. Mr. Seller is in the service and located at Lawton, Okla. where they will reside until September when she will return to Storm Lake to resume teaching. Mr. Seller will be discharged in November and will be employed at Storm Lake. AROUND ALGONA iRinmnwiwiriiifliiinHiiiHiiiiiwiiiiiii™ bAMILYRENUNION The Kunkel Reunion was held at West Bend's Dorweller Park, Sunday, June 26, with a wide attendance from towns in this area as well as away. There were 142 present. Plans were also made for the next reunion, In 1968, the second Sunday In August, at the same location. - o - SHOWER HONORS Charlene LaBarre, whose marriage will take place July 9, was honoree at a miscellaneous shower and 10 o'clock brunch at the Country Club yesterday. Hostesses were Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mrs. Al Buchanan, Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mrs. Paul Owens, Mrs. Dean Parrott and Mrs. Leo Cassel. - o - COUNTRY CLUB LUNCHEON A one o'clock luncheon will be served at the Country Club next Friday for the girls of Charlene LaBarre' s bridal party and number of out-of-town ladies who will be here to attend the wedding. Hostesses include Mrs. Nat Bangs, Jr., Mrs. Jack Chris- chilles, Mrs. Julian Chrischtlles, Mrs. Ed Gllmore and Mrs. Russell Buchanan. - o - MAKTHA daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Pendergast, left June 12 for two weeks to be spent in doing social work In integrating an area at Gary, Indiana, where she is attending a work camp. Miss Pendergast will attend Wartburg College this fall. REV. AND MRS. NEWTON Coughenour left lastThursday for Dubuque, where they will make their home. He said that St. Luke's Methodist church there is about the same size as the Algona church. He has assumed duties as pastor there. The Rev. and Mrs. William R. Noland moved from Estherville to Algona last Friday. KATHRYN WEBER, former instructor at Algona high school, is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. J. S. Weber at Coon Rapids, Iowa, before moving to Spencer next fall to teach girls' physical education. UR. AND MRS. MELVIN Bourne left Saturday for Chicago, where they are attending the national convention of the American Medical Association. They will return to Algona after the conclusion of the convention June 30. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 MRS. LUKE LINNAN and her cousin Frieda Wassenberg left Tuesday for nothern Wisconsin, where they are spending the balance of the week opening up the Linnan summer home. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN returned Sunday evening after spending a week with her daughter, Sheila, in Minneapolis. The two attended a summer performance of the Minneapolis Symphony, which was conducted by Meredith Wlllson, and also attended several plays. MRS. JAMES MERRYMAN, Mrs. John Claude, and Mrs. Nels Anderson will be hostesses this evening (Thurs.) at a kitchen shower at the Merryman home, for Betty Holt Carman, recent bride of Edward Carman. RECENT VISITOR FOR TEN days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson was her mother, Mrs. Helen Hanfy of Toledo, Iowa. MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS Bunting returned Saturday after a week's vacation at the Algona cottage at Cass Lake. REV. AND MRS. BOYL) Granzow and three children, New Ulm, Minn., arrived Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Granzow and other relatives here. On Sunday they all attended a reunion of the Dittmer family at Clarion, where it was held at the Oddfellow's Hall. Included among those attending were cousins of Mrs. Granzow, Airie, Lawrence, Leonard Dittmer and families, Burt; her sister, Mrs. Ella Sigsbee and family, Burt; her sister, Mrs. Harry Hobson, Clarion; a brother, Dr. Arthur Dittmer, Thornton, and cousins from Manchester, Earlville, and Emmetsburg, The 'Boyd Granzow family returned to New Ulm Monday. DR. AND MRS. JOSPEH M. Rooney left Tuesday morning for Chicago, where they will attend the American Medical National Convention. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher attended a family reunion at Oelwein. Sunday. MR. AND MRS. LOREN Nelson are parents of their second child, a son, weighing 6 Ibs. and 10 oz. born Friday at St. Ann hospital. He joins his sister Melinda. STEVE FITZPATRICK and Jack Waller spent last week with Lanny Phillips at the resort of the iatter's parents at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Phillips, who operate Coal Crest, now live in Mollne, fll. where they recently moved from Alrrona, BOB WATSON spent from Sunday to Wednesday in Chicago last week attending market and viewing new decorator items and ideas. Chalmer Read spent from Tuesday through Thursday in Chicago, also attending market. A NUMBER OF ALGONA attorneys attended the Iowa Bar Convention in Des Moines last week, held from Wednesday through Saturday. Included were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan, and Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Also, Russell Buchanan, Verne McClure, Eldon Winkel, Jim And- reasori, and Dean Parrott. MR. AND MRS. JOHN HAYES left Monday to drive to Portland, Oregon, where they are attending the Kiwanis International Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett left Perry to travel to Portland by train. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Hayes in their car on the return trip. Bill and Brett Bartlett are having part of their meals with their grandmother, Mrs. W. A. Foster, during their parents' absence. MR. AND MRS. CRAIG SMITH- wlll go to Minneapolis July 5 to meet their daughter, Mrs. Larry Plummer, who will arrive by plane from Wilmington, Delaware, with her children, Patrick and Mary Beth. She is to visit In Algona with her family. IN DUPLICATE BRIDGE play on June 20, in first place were Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Jackie Mueller; second, Mrs. Blomgren and Mrs. Redden, Brltt; third, Mrs. Harold Jacobson and Mrs. Roy Coslow, Britt; fourth, Edith and Delia Welter, Four and one-half tables were in play. There will be no play on July 4, with the next play set for July 11 at 7:45 p.m. at the American Legion Hall. BARBARA WICKS has started work as a student aid at the Good Samaritan home. She will leave Tuesday to go to Willmar, Minnesota, where she will spend a week visiting friends. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks , will Join her there on July 10 and bring her home at the end of the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Faulstick from Castro Valley, Cal. visited at the home of his mother Gertrude Faulstick, and with the Jim Baker's, Gene Faulstick's and Art Leek and took back with them his mother and Sylvia Germann on a sight-seeing trip. At San FrancisccTvisited the Cliff house and Fisherman's wharf, and visited Cliff Holding, formerly of Burt. They manage the Travel Lodge. At Oakland, they saw Minnie Haines and Hanna Ross and at Los Angeles to visit Disneyland and niece and nephew fo Sylvia's, Paul Be sen and Darwin Youngwirth, families, then took a Western jet to Minneapolis. BLOOM AND BURTON Beginning July 1, 1966 ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $10,000 Passbook, Not Certificate Paid on All Accounts, Large or Small Savings Conveniently Available Every Day Savings Received by the 15th Earn from the 1st JULY 1-15 Weekdays 8:30-4:30 Saturdays Until Noon Cake, Ice Cream and Strawberries Served under the Canopy Come in...or SAVE BY MAIL and get a FREE GIFT when you save $250.00 • $10,000 in your new or existing account. Your passbook will be returned with the gift of your choice. Bath Scales — Detecto Brand — White or Gallon Steel Therm-A-Jug — Knapp Monarch Brand or Belgium Linen Place Mat Set — Four Place Settings — White with Olive Green or Turquoise Trim See the gifts on WOI-TV — John Kolb and the Weather — 10:00 PM nightly Polk County Federal Savings and Loan Association Seventh and High • Des Moines, Iowa HETRAVKD IM A THANKLESS WORLD — Learaas (Richard Burton) is grim and tense as he bitterly explains the details of British Control's double-cross to Nan (Claire Bloom) as they drive towards the Berlin Wall in their effort to escape from East Germany. A Salem production for Paramount Pictures, "The Spy Who Came In From The Cold," which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre, stars Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Oskar Werner and co-stars Sam Wanamaker, George Voskovec, Rupert Davles, Cyril Cusack and Peter Van Eyck. It was produced and directed by Martin Uitt, based upon John le Carre's best-selling; novel. On Way To Sexton For Visit, 5 Hurt In Mishap SEXTON - i\n accident near Des Moines brought home to Sexton residents the terrible results of "just a car accident." Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ray Hooper of Mountain Home, Arkansas, were on their way to spend their vacation with Mrs. Hooper's mother, Mrs. Nell Opheim of Sexton. Rounding a curve at 45 miles an hour the station wagon slipped off the edge of the highway and attempting to bring it back, Mrs. Hooper lost control of the vehicle and it swerved across their two lanes of highway, the median, and the other two lanes of traffic before being stopped. Fortunately no other car was involved and their own car remained upright but the family still sustained the following injuries. Mr. Hooper has abroken leg, loss of teeth, broken jaw and will undergo surgery to re«| build his nose. Mrs. Hoopeir was severely bruised and daughter Susan has four broken ribs and a skull fracture. The two sons, Steve and Scott, escaped with only bruises but the baby was returned to the hospital after he was brought to his grandmother's home and x- rays have revealed broken ribs and skull fracture. Mr. Hooper, Susan and the baby are hospitalized at Methodist hospital in Des Moines and Mrs. Hooper will remain with them until the children can be released so they can join the boys here at Mrs. Opheims. It will no doubt be a number of weeks before they will all be able to return to their home in Arkansas because of a small accident at a very moderate speed in comparison to the average on the highway today. - o • < : The< annual -Wise family reunion ; was" held at Clear Lake THURS Thru SAT. JUNE 30 • JULY 1 • 2 ALGONA TECHNICOLOR TECHNISCOPE ' CHILDRENS MATINEE SATURDAY, JULY 2-1:30 P.M. "APACHE UPRISING" - 4 CARTOONS SUN. Thru WED. JULY 3-4-5-6 ALGONA Continuous Shows Sunday 1:30 — Monday Mat. 1:30 OSKAR WERNER "THESOT WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD II » MARTIN RITT PRODUCTION SECOND FEATURE on Sunday but Jt was hardly the usual joyous occasion since receiving word of the Hooper family's accident on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Art Hix and family visited at her mother's home at Forest City on Sunday and Mrs. Hix visited with her step-father, Jim Poplslcle who Is In serious condition after being hospitalized for the past month. While there the family also received word that Mrs. Mix's brother, Frank Smith, had suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized at Columbus, Ohio, where he Is an engineer. The Smith family had visited here this spring* The Sexton Friendly Club held their annual kid's picnic at Crystal Lake last Thursday and the outing was well-named as four adults and 18 "kids" attended this year. There were no complaints from the kids as there was the usual amazing variety of food and plenty of it and it was a perfect day for swimming. After a July vacation for the adults to recover, the next meeting will be the last Thursday of August at the home of Mrs. Martin Mlmbach. They haven't struck oil yet I But the people around town with kids can tell when they hit another new layer of "sand" in the Don PeCoy's well by the color of the dirt to be washed off the kids at night. The Sexton ball field has been put to good use lately but if the kids keep recruiting all those grown-ups to fill In the teams the -field Js going to have to be expanded to get the left fielder out of the cornfield. The Dalmatian who took up residence at Sexton has passed on because of an accident on the highway instead of the usual fate of strays around here. But the remaining strays will no doubt be meeting their end In some way If surrounding farmers continue to catch them running livestock. Last word from Albert Tech was that Elmer was getting along fine and able to be up and around at the hospital and hopefully he would be home this week although planning to spend a few days with his sister at Britt flrst. Last week, Mrs. Art Hix, Mrs. Leo KJrschbaum, Mrs. Archie Elbert and Leo Thompson made a trip to Mason City to donate blood to help make up a shortage from Elmer's transfusions. This past week also brought some slight gain for Arnold Danielson at Rochester as he was able to communicate with his family for the flrst time since the onset of tetanus. He is still on the critical list because of the many after effects of combating the tetanus. CLOTHING DRIVE The appeal for good used clothing is never-ending, and boxes will be received for truck pick-up July 18 at the Presbvt- erian church, Algona. FOR SALE Floyd Newville home on South Minnesota St. in •Algona, Iowa also three lots in northeast Algona SEE Delia Welter, conservator Ph. 295-2891 or 295-3688 (49 & 51) THURSDAY through SUNDAY JUNE 30-JULY 1.2-3 MARLlTE DRIVE-IN There never was a man like ALAN (-ADD- JEAN ARTHUR -VAN HEFL.IN m GEORGE STEVENS' MOOUCTKW Of _ SECOND FEATURE THURSDAY and FRIDAY "Apache Uprising" - 7:03 10:52. "King Rat" - 8:40. SATURDAY - Children's Matinee - Cartoons - 1:30; "Apache Uprising" - 2:01. SATURDAY - "Apache Uprising" - 7:03 - 10:52. "King , Rat" - 8:40. '* SUNDAY - "Spy Who Came *In From Cold' - 1:33 - 4:52 8:14. ' 'Winter A-Go-Go" - 3:27 6:49 - 10:11. MONDAY - "Spy Who Came In From Cold" - 1:33 - 8:35. "Winter A-Go-Go" - 3:27- 7:03 10:25. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "Winter A-Go-Go"-7:03 -10:25. "Spy Who Came In From Cold 8:35. SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW - SATURDAY, JULY 2 "BLACK ZOO" _ SPECIAL MIDNIGHT PREVUE SUNDAY. JULY 3 The Big Comedy of Nlneteen-Sexty-Sexf TECHNICOLOR' OUR Bljfe= S&N ^ S/l^ BE AN "EARLY THE FUN STARTS Games — Foot Races — Many Prizes * 5 / Is A FREE Gift To Everyone Purchasing A Ticket Before 8 | TECHNICS c/te-""^ 1 If BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY! EVERYBODY COME 1 AGE 2 to 102! - THERE'S FUN FOR ALII WILLIAM WELLMAN, JR. BEVERLY ADAMS ANTHONY HAYES JILL DONOHUE • DUKE HOBBIE COLUMBIACOLOR "BOEING BOEING" AND "THE PLEASURE SEEKERS" WILL ALSO BE SHOWN TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, JULY 5 - 6

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