The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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2-AI0ono (lo.) Upptr Des Moinw Thundoy, July 14, 1966 15? At Bancroft Family Reunion Held July 4th BANCROFT - Mr. arid Mis. Frank Froehle entertaim«i at a Fangman family reunion held at their home on Sunday, June 2C, with a 12 o'clock dinner at Roy's Grill in Bancroft. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. August Lensing of Waba.s.v.i, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Al Fangman of Laurens, la..; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fan^rria/i of Carroll, la.; Mr. arid Mrs. Quinten Fangman of Elrna, la.; Rudy and Andy Fangman, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schlltz, Mr. and Mrs. YA Vaske, John Brink and Barbara Frltzler, all of Bancroft. George Fangman, whohasiA.-i.-ri in Holy Family hospital In Estherville for the past threo years, was unable to attend. - o - Mr. arid Mrs. K. J. Hutchlr,ori entertained at aDiof-Bsk-r family reunion, held in their IIOIFH-, on July 4, with 107 attiiiidlnt;. Out of town ^unfits Included Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Schllt/. and family and Mr. arid Mr;;. Jim Schlltz and family, all of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. diet Lewis, Galena, 111.; Mrs. Ben Wanner, Dubuque; Mrs. Lavern I> and children, Pearl City, Ill.jGooif^ Kadow and daughter, and Kd White and daughter, all of Soboka, Minn.; George White ;uul son, Spokane, Wash.; Mr. and Mr.s. Gene Fritzler and family, Oklahoma City, Okla.; and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. DrocBKler and son Bob and his family, all of Des Moines. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard 1'ott- hoff of Bancroft vMted Sunday evening, July 3, in Lakota, at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Potthoff. Mr. and Mrs. Rolxjrt Braland and family of Huntsville, Ala., visited Tuesday morning, July 5, at the George Doocy home in Bancroft. Mrs. Br aland is a nif:':* of Mr. Doocy. Mr. '-Hi'} Mrn. Oeorire Doocv visit'--] Aren'i Hans of La>.',ta at th<: Buffalo Center rio.sjjtal on Vt'frfjnevlay, July 0. Mrs. B<?rnar'J McG'rire, han- croft, and Jerry McGmn.-, Titon>.a, visite'i fierrtard Mc- at "Holy Farnih hospital, on July 4. and Mrs. Robt. Fyylenus visits] Mr. MnOuire on July G and rotr/rt'.-') that he i.s making ;^reat irnproverrient, tut v,1Hhav«i to rornain in the hospital for ajiother week. Miss Donna K,i>.%r visited at the horn': of her j/are.'its, Mr. and Mrs, Albin Kayser of Han- croft, over the 4th of Jul> v/eek- end. V/eekeiid riests at the Art YM\',-H home v.ero Mr. and Mrs. George K;i.dov,' MA dauj^hters, .'I'linr'id, Minn.,; Mr. ajj'j Mrs. Rorxrrt Tiechert and .v^n, St. Paul, Minn. Saturday inornin» callers v,'ere Mr. and Mrs. V/rn. Sdilltz and children from Dov/neis Grove, 111. Mr. ;uid Mrs. Clyde Rein<ih.if:h of li'in croft visited fror/i July 2 til! July f( in I'arkston, So'. \M.. While- there they attended Mrs. Rein.'iljach'r, 2"Ah clar.r, reunion. Mi. :tnd Mi;;. Dv/icht Meschei and son of Iov/a City, visited hi:; I'.randparentr;, Mr. ;md Mis. F. H. Mescher, 1-iiday, July 1. Lt. Commander and Mrs, RoU;rt .'imllh and four daughters anived by plane from SanDk-uo, Calif. Tuesday, June 28, to visit until July 14 at the Loo Smith home and also visited Mrs. Smith's parents enroute to Omaha. Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Smith and family of Ames spent Sunday, July 3, at the parental homo and Donald, of Ames, was home for the 4th of July weekend. Lt. Commander Smith is dean of pharmacy school In San Dieijo, arid Lt. Thomas Smith is an Instructor of naval science at Iowa State University, and working on his master's degree. Donald Smith is atlemliny; summer school at the Iowa State University and will leave on a submarine cruise to Hawaii the latter part of July. 4th of July evening callers at the Art Kadow home were SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY JULY 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 Presents IlKl! LQ reportn nwn ID in bedirjom! Did! geta wrong NunibaTJ CESARE DANOVA MARJORIE LORD COLOR fay Deluxe UNITED ARTISTS f $':<^ ? CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY 1i30 P.M. NIGHTS - 7 - 9 P.M. THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY JULY 14-15-16 ALGGNA •A- ANN-MAR6RET PRESLEY see' see lV.;Vr-\•'..".-'^.^vMi v, Eileen Reilly Of Algona To Wed In August EILEEN REILLY Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noilly, Alfjona, ha vi; announce'] tho, en- fjajjf.-mwit a;i'J aj;j/r';ac-hJjiji rriar- r !;«•;<.• of tlic-ir 'L'm^ht'.-r, Kikcn, ami Harry Wf:fi;.;r;r, Mason City, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Vornon VrVn;;<-r, Al;;ona. A iat<: August w.'fl'llw; ir; [;l;inii';']. Mi. a.inl Mis. Jaino:; fiolilltz ;uuj family, Hoifif;v/oo'l, 111. Mi. ami Mrs. Lav/rcnc'.'Sclilltz of St. Jof; visito'l at tin; FrancLs I-'oth liorm.- on July <1. Mr. and Mr.s. Ctiot Lf.-wis aruJ .son of Galona, 111., visitor] at the E. J. Hutotilnson home; In Bancroft from July 2 tUl July 8. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Frochlo and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Froehlo and son vl.sltod the Don Froelilc homo in Blue Earth, Minn, on Sunday, July 3. Maurice Froehle also accompanied them. Mr. and Mr.s. Vincent Decker entertained at a pot-luck picnic nil Sunday, July 3. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boever and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merron iuid family, Kenneth McGuire and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGulre and Pal. Arllss Dorr spent the 4th of July weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clelus Dorr. Miss Dorr is employed at the Stylist Beauty Salon in Esthorvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keinna and family of Ft. Scott, Ksuis., spent the week of July 3 in Bancroft visiting at the Rosemary Dudcling home. A family picnic was held July 4 and guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Delpordang and family, Mr. and Mrs. LcoKemna and family, John Kemna, Fairmont and Mrs. Lawrence Kemna and family. John Kemna of Fairmont visited his mother and sister, Mrs. John Kemna and Mrs. Rosemary Dudding several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kemna entertained at a family picnic on July 3. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Loo Kemna and family, Ft. Scott, Kiins., Mrs. John Kemna and Joanne, and Mrs. Hosemary Duckling and family. William Diers spent the weekend of July 4 at Lake Okobojl visiting Hita Antone, also of Bancroft, who is attending summer school ut the Lakeside Lalwra- torles. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nemmers and family of Spencer spent the weekend of July 4 in Bancroft visiting at the Clarence Nem- mei's 1 and Helen Doocy homes. On July 3 a family pot-luck picnic was hold at the Phil Doocy home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bernlumi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Doocy and family, Mrs. llolen Doocy and Helen Marie, all of Bancroft ; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nit?., Esthervillc, Mr. and Mrs. Nemmers and family; Mrs. Geo. Robinson, Art Robinson and Peggy, Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. David Doocy are parents of their first child, a boy, born Sunday, July 3, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He weighed 7 Ibs., il oz., and has been named Michael Timothy. Mrs. Doocy is the former Mary Ellen Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dixon and family of Dixon, 111., former Bancroft residents, spent the July 4th weekend in Bancroft ;uid Swea City visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dixon, and iuby of Minneapolis, visited July 4 at the 0. T. Dixon home in Bancroft. Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Bernhard entertained their families, the Bernhards and the Bierles at an annual get-together in the Lone Rock Legion hall on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson of Riton, la., on July 4, Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Bauer are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berte and family spent the weekend of July 4 at Spirit Uike at the M. T. Moduire cottage. Mrs. Jim Coady visited -My 4 at the horr.t of her son, Jim, Jr., in &jrt. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Thornton of Zearinp, la., and Mrs. Nell Haag r i\ Ledyard. Mr. 2j]'\ Mrs. Don Degan are the parents of their eighth child, a boy, born July 5 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He weighed 6 Ibs., 7 oz., and joins three sisters and four brothers at home. Mrs. Frank Diers entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, as a medical patient on Saturday, July 2. She was released on July 3anils feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boeckholt of Des Moines became the parents of twin girls, born July 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee and Mrs. Herman JJotckholt, all of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Accurso visited the tetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stott at Garner on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christen of Sauk Village, HI., visited the Abbas families in Bancroft from June 20 till July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin spent the July 4th weekend in Mankato, Minn., visiting the Joe Alxlo family. ELVIS PRESLEY IN "BLUE HAWAII" NOW PLAYING AT ALGONA THEATRE ROMANTIC SETTING FOR YOUNG LOVE ! Elvis Presley serenades Joan Blackman, with lush and lovely Honolulu lending beautiful assistance, In "Blue Hawaii," the Hal Wallis musical romance which arrives Tonight at the Algona Theatre. Fourteen great tunes spark the Paramount picture, which costars Angela Lansbury and Nancy Walters. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer and family attended the Mathias family reunion In Swea City on Sunday, July 3. Mr. and Mrs. Don Behnkendorf and boys spent the 4th of July weekend in Arlington, Minn., visiting her parents. Real Estate Transfers Batt, William, Sgl. to Charlotte Habeger 6-27-66 N 50* of Esc, W. 10' Murtagh's Add. lot 1 blk 4; Burt. Briggs, Valeria Rose 4 A. E. to Donald M. & Bertha Inez Peterson G-23-GG N 1/2 0. P. lot 4 blk 76; Algona. Farmers Coop Society to Exchange St. Bk., Wesley 6-23-66 S 60* of E 23' of W 59' O.P. lot 4 blk 13; Wesley. Holland, Henry & Grace to Raymond & Sharon M. Poeppe G-28-6G Pt. of S 1/2 SW 1/4 (see rec.) 35-96-29. Rachut, Herman E. Jr. & Linda K. to Joseph R. Cunningham et ux G-27-GG Lot 16 Blk 5 W 1/2 O. P. lot 15 blk 5; Burt. Strand, EmeraldG. & Dorothy P. to Otto T. & Darlene D. Lawson 6-24-66 Zoelle's 2nd Add. lot 3 blk 1; LuVerne. Voigt, Gerald & Georga Anne to Paul F. Larson 6-22-66 Tract desc. as Comm. at S E corner of Exc. see rec.; 16-98-30. Youngeberg, Rachel J. & Dale to Roger L. Long 6-27-66 0. P. lot 4 blk 34 Algona. Bell, Robert J. & Mary to Donald R. Tietz 6-29-66 lot 6 of Bell's Add Algona. Downs, Darrell J. & Patricia Ann to Jon J. Putnam & Sonja R. Putnam 7-1-66 Oak Park Add lots 43 & 44. Peters, Robert O & Doris B. to Jack G. Clapsaddle et ux G-29-6G that pt of lot 1 Aud Plat of S 41 1/2 rds of SE 1/4 SE 1/4 see rec. 2-95-29. Reichmann, Betty Edward A to Donnabelle White 6-29-66 un- div 1/2 int 32-97-27 (exchange for like property). Reutzel, Claire & Joyce to John R. Thompson 7-1-66 W 26 1/2' OP Burt lot 4 blk 4. Schwartz, Robert A. & Jeanne A to A M & Elsie M. Tokheim 7-1-GG except E W lots 4 & 5 blk 10 OP Swea City. White Donnabelle & Perry A to Betty Reichmann 6-9-66 undiv 1/2 int NW frl 1/4 2-95-30 & NW 1/4 28-96-30 (exchange for like property). Willrett, Erich C & Alice E. to Dickie Dean St. John et ux G-29-GG to that pt of Call's Add lying S & E of Diagonal St. lot 5 & 6 blk 128, Alg. Archer, Vincent C. & Bernetta M. to Richard E. & Rubby E. Phillips 7-5-66 S 1/2 of out lot 12 First Add, Lakota (exc see record). Downs, Patricia Aim to Darrell J. Downs 6-29-66 S. 2 acres of N 17.73 acres of lot 10 & a tract in lot 11 ex S. 4 rds 2 ft 11 inches all in Aud Plat Swl/4 17-95-27 (to sever joint title ownership) Fuhr, Alvina, widow of John to Donald G. & Nancy Lee Hainzinger G-28-G6 Park Add lots 27 & 28 blk 6 Fenton. Lorenz, Mable & Herman et al to Donnabelle White & Betty Reichmann 6-29-66 NW 1/4 2896-30. Lorenz, Mabel & Herman et al to Domiabelle White & Betty Reichmann 6-29-66 NW frl 1/4 2-95-30. Lorenz, Mable & Herman et al to Donnabelle White & Betty Rdchmann 6-29-66 all of frl section 32-97-27. Riverdale Township School District to Riverdale Township 0-29-66; 1 acre in SW cor SW 1/4 15-94-29. Smith, Elsie & Vorn et al to Betty Heichmaun & Donnabelle White 6-29-66 NW frl 1/4 295-30. Smith, Elsie & Vern et al to Donnabelle White & Betty Reichmann 6-29-66 NW 1/4 2896-30. Smith, Elsie i Vern et al to Betty Reichmann & Dounabelle White 6-29-66 all of frl section 32-97-27. Thllges, Leo & Lorina to Riverdale Township 6-30-66; 1 acre of land in SW corner of SW 1/4 15-94-29. Helmke, Carroll W. Exec to Dorothy Helmke 6-29-66 E 1/4 NW 1/4 29-99-29. Willis, Hazel, Exec to Ted Bina Van Hove 7-1-66 W frl 1/2 NW frl 1/4 6-97-27. Bronson Bldg. Serv. to Norbert M. Rezac, et ux 6-21-66 Call's Add. lot 3 blk 74; Algona. Hellmann, Florian & Martha to Florian Hellman et ux6-20-66 E 1/2 SE 1/4 31-98-28. Jones, Harold V. & Lillian S. to Richard P. Steward, Sgl. 6-17-66 Richmond's 4th Add. lots, 17, 18, 19 & 20 blk 28; Swea City. McGuire, Florence & M. T, to Will T. & Clara I. Drayton 6-15-66 Lot 15 A. P. of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 2-95-29. Mueller, Franklin & Betty J. to Franklin A. Mueller et ux 6-20-66 E 74' of Subdiv entitled Blks 16, 17, 18, & 19 Lots 7 & 8 blk 18 Fenton. THURSDAY and FRIDAY "Blue Hawaii" - 7:00 - 10:46. "Bye Bye Birdie" - 8:51. SATURDAY - "Blue Hawaii"1:33 - 7:00 - 10:46. "Bye Bye Birdie" - 3:21 - 8:51. SUNDAY - "Boy Did I Get A Wrong Number" - 1:30 3:36 - 5:42 - 7:48 - 9:53. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Boy Did I Get A Wrong Number" - 7:00 - 9:06. SUNDAY MONDAY - TUESDAY JULY 17 - 18 - 19 STARLITE JOSEPH E.LEVINE, """>* A PARAMOUNT * TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION* PICTURE v" iER HARLOW - SECOND FEATURE A lone U.S. Astronaut Space-Ship Wrecked On Mars! ROBINSON A. Hit V.OSUf I'.M,-LI Al'-n _cMC BirO'. hASKIII TECHNISCOPE* Mil MMWt-VICIOR lUNClN. . ...... 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