The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 13
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Swea City High Class Of 1937 Has Reunion .Swcn & Eagle - The 25th an niversary of the graduation of the class of IBS? was held SatuHnv evening, July w. with dinner nf Fairmont. Following dinner the group were guests at the Franci* Tonne home. Members of the class nresent were Mr and Mrs Howard Sr-hul^r Johnson, Mr and Mrs Forrest Hamfan, Toledo, Mr and Mrs Emly Larson, Winthrop, Minn., Mr and Mrs Warren Drones, Mr and Mrs Francis Torino (Mavis I •»•son), both of Swca Cify, Mr an-l Mrs Earl Berg, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Howard Hewitt, Olivia, Minn Mr and Mrs Ralph Sanders (Dorothy Anderson), Fairmont; Mrs George Butterfield (Florence Picht), Algona, Mr and Mrs L;>n- ren Kreitlour (Luclla Senenfei- der), Gait. Mr and Mrs Armanda Rchuler of Atlantic honored the class with their presence. He was school supt. when the class graduated. The evening was spent rcmcn- iscmg, and the guests were served refreshments by Mrs Torino. Tuesday dinner guests at the Mervin Johnson home wore Mr and Mrs Clifford Parish of Louisville, Kentucky. Mr and Mrs Ed Schwartz of Armstrong were Sunday callers at the August Robison home. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Harold Roalson and Mr and Mrs Tony Lohse. Mr and Mrs Gary Muilarkey and daughter of Moline, HI were Sunday visitors at the Martin dcerdes home. Other callers were Mr and Mrs Don Geerdes and family and Mr and Mrs Bob Geerdes and family. Mr and Mrs Earl Kline of Texas were recent visitors at the Nels Godfredson home. George Tobin of East Chain was a dinner guesf at the ho>ne of his brother, the William Tobins one clay the past week. Another caller was Art Spear of Sherbwn, Vlmn. He had visited at the Harey Work home earlier in the day and was a supper guest of the Toxins. Sunday visitors at the Glenn 01- ion home wore Mr and Mrs Mcr- •'11 Cady and girls of Sac City. Mrs R. s. Mather, Mrs Corn Mather and Mrs Warren Th-nnp- son accompanied Ellen Mather md Linda Thompson to Okoboii Monday where the girls were to attend Bible camp until Saturday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Picht and family were Sunday dinner suest" at the home of Mr and Mrs Clyde Thaves at Waverly, in honor of Ray s father, Howard Picht. Guests at the Arnold Ducr home recently for the birthdays of Mr Duer and his sons were Mr and Mrs Carl Duer of Ringsted Mr and Mrs Paul Hassel and family, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Milton Madsen and family, Spirit Lake Mr and Mrs Marvin Madsen and family, St. Paul, Minn, and Mrs John Lodden, Joan and Beatrice of Estherville. THUR. - FRI. - SAT. 2 BIG FEATURES JJ8IL!PP GHT FACE TO FACE or SIDE BY SIDE! M-G-M prewntt RANDOLPH JOEL SCOTT -McCREA Mr and Mrs Walter Hans and Mr and Mrs Milton Peterson visit ed at Wilmar, Minn, over the weekend. The Hanses visited at the home of his brother, Albert Hans, and the Petersons visited at the home of Milton's brother, the Linus Petersons. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson and Terry, Alan Mather and Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and family visited at the Dr. Earl DcZeeuw cabin at West Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Lauren Kreitlour 'Luella Senenfelder) of Gait were .Saturday night houseguests at thr Francis Torine home. Sunday morning, Mrs Torine and Mr.' Kreitlour called on Mr and Mr? Leonard Swanson, Mrs Fred Seylar, Mrs Gene Fagerlund and Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. Mrs Dennis Lund has been visiting the past week at the home of her mother at Fayctte. Mr and Mrs Larry Christiansen of Armstrong were Monday evening guests at the Harry Lunds Friday evening at the Harry Lund home were Myrtle Gammelgaard, Phoenix, Ariz., Mr and Mrs Arnold Lund and Johnnie and Sophus Lund, all of Ringsted Mr and Mrs Stanley Boman of Forest City visited at the home of her aunt, Mr and Mrs Jay Brones Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mancil Hurlburt and children, Mrs Ida Nelson ana Mr and Mrs Walter Goraczkowski attended the wedding of Lyman Hurlburt and Carol Johnson Sunday at Pomeroy. Mrs George Thompson, Mrs Henrietta Dontje and Mrs Henry Dyer and Irene, Ledyard, wert Tuesday callers at the Carl Sch- aubergcr home. Sunday evening, the Carl Schaubcrgers and Mrs Alice Garry visited at the Francis Sullivan home. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and family and Mrs Ida Engelby, Ledyard, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifton Engelbys at Sargeant, Minn. Sunday. Dr. Alice J. Sartor, Louis and Mary C. Oesterriecher attended Iowa Beauty Talent Show Governor's Day at Clear Lake. Mary Beth Sartor, niece of Alice and Mary, was competing. Winning Junior 4-H Team Is Named Monday SHOWN AT 8:01) PLUS 2nd HIT DORIS JACK* QAMEMMON ST. JOE NEWS Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and daughter, Mrs Donald Illg took Sister M. Madeline O.S.F. ind companions to Mt. St. Franc:is Convent in Dubuque from iioux City Wednesday. Sister M Madeline, daughter of Mr and Mrs Reding, is assigned to her first mission as a third grade teacher at Holy Ghost School in Dubuque. Mr and Mrs Art Illg and thei; children and families enjoyed an Illg family gathering Sunday at Ogden with a picnic dinner. The occasion was also in observance ol Rev. Illg's birthday.V " Ronald Illg, son of Mr and Mrs Art Illg, is employed at Carroll since graduation from the Universal Trade School in Omaha. Ronald is a 1961 Garrigan high school graduate. Mrs Marie Wachter from Reseda, Cal. left here for her homo Tuesday after a week's visit with her brother and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence A. Smith. Pictured above are Kenneth Slrayer, leader of the Union Boys' 4-H Club and the champion junior demonstration team of Dean Teeter and Tim Molacek. Their demonstration was entitled "Knots." They will represent Kossuth county at the district demonstration contest at the Clay County Fair a Spencer in September (UDM Engraving ACftUMBUTORES >L ««S_ . SHOWN .1 1 . cafe/ IT HAPPEN^ ° - EASTMAN COLOR SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 "TWINKLE AND SHINE" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS By Mrs. Mary Schroeder Mrs James Engel and twin dan ghlers, Janet and Joanne of Anp Arbor, Mich., have been visitinp for ten days with the Wm. F. Amcsburys and at the parental Carl F. Cullies home. They left Former Bancroft Man Succumbs in Minnesota Bancroft — Relatives here received word of the death of Rudy Wessels, 59, former resident here. He' was a brother of Mrs William Rustemeier and uncle of the John Menke family. Rudy passed away at St. Paul where he had been ill for several nonths, suffering from cancer. 'arm Mishap Clarence Vaske, farmer living north of town, had several stitches in the finger of his right hand when he got caught in a combine. Mrs Norman Bauer entertained a group of ladies at a coffee Friday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Gordon Delperdang, Mrs Mary Woods, visiting here frorrtt jChjcago and Arliss Dorr. : J. "Palmer Jensen slipped whTlS working- at the Walter Menke! farm, fracturing his ankle. He is able to be around on crutches. Mr and Mrs Don Schiltz, Estherville, are parents of an eight Ibs. and two oz. daughter born Aug. :i at Holy Family hospital. Thursday thru Saturday—"Ridt. The High Country" at fi:00 Only; "Twinkle And Shine" at 9:40 Only. Saturday matinee — "Twinkiu And Shine", plus 6 cartoons at 1:30. Sunday — "The Notorious Landlady", 2:00 - 4:-15 - 7:00 - 9:20. Monday thru Wednesday—"Th • \otoriuus Landlady", 7:00 ar.! J:20. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS Sl'.V FROM l::ill ... when she came to tfte door •A, 4l£f LIPPED!., all He wanted was an _ r _ ^ -me neighbors wanted an answer...and she wanfed to he left a/one i.' J Columbia Pictures Present KIM JACK . NOVAK-LEMMON: FREDASTAIRE I75MOT5S fOR • EVERYONf TO FIND OUT FOR with lionel Jeffri?5 -—^'^ i-M>V; 1 t^® Sr* W@Ski l »«* K ' PLUS COLOH CARTOON mmm Estherville. Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltz and Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire are the grandparents Mrs McGuire is at Estherville helping care for the new baby. Mr and Mrs Wendy Johnson, Washington, D. C., and sons came Friday for a visit with her par- fills, Mr and Mrs F. X Mescher and other relatives. Mrs Johnson was Dorothy Mescher before her marriage. Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckhart spent from Friday until Monday at Ra- cine, Wis. on a sight-seeing trip. Christine Eckhart left for several week's visit with relatives in Omaha. Mrs Mary Woods returned to her home in Chicago after an extended visit here with her sister, Rose Murphy. Mr and Mrs B. H. Sudemeier, Minneapolis, spent Tuesday with friends. Ben Dorr, St. Benedict, is spending several days with his son, Cletus and family. C L OS E D VACATION - MONDAY THOUGH SATURDAY AUGUST 6-11 STARTS NEXT WEEK, AUGUST 17-26 IN DES MOINES -- IOWA STATE FAIR BIG CAR RACES - Afternoons: Aug. 19, 23, 26 STOCK CAR RACES - Afternoons: Aug. 17, 25 JALOPY RACES - Afternoons: Aug. 18, 24 SUPER-MODIFIED RACES - Nights: Aug. 17 26 HARNESS RACES - Afternoons: Aug. 21, 22 "LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION" New musical comedy- type review. Nights: Aug. 19-24 HORSE SHOW - Aug. 19-26 JIG, NEW FEATURES S • • • MAMMOTH MIDWAY, First time at Fair S ' ' ' IDEA GARDE NS, practical ideas NEW . . . IOWA AT WORK AND PLAY (NEW . . . SUPER FOOD SHOW, samples, cou* pons, etc. GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION IN NATION PIUS FANTASTIC FIREWORKS, EXHIBITS, CONTESTS. NEW JS THE BIG WORD AT THE IOWA STATE FAIR CHILDREN'S DAY - AUG. 20 - FUN -- THRILLS -- CHILLS BE SURE TO ATTEND IOWA STATE FAIR SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY FRANK DEAM PETER DJWISOAWFORD OOEY . 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