The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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Graduate At Bancroft St. John's STEVEN BRANDENBURG I.S.U. THOMAS BRINK Army JOSEPH DeGEETER Farming ARLISS DORR Beauty Sen PATRICIA DUDDING Mankato State GLORIA FABER Briar Cliff JOSEPH FOX Mankato State LINDA GOCHE Undecided THOMAS GOCHE farming ROBERT GREEN Undecided CRAIG HATLESTAD Loras Col. HAMES HAUPTMAN Undecided DUANE HUTCHINSON Estherville JC PAMELA KADOW Fort Dodge Col DONNA KAYSER Nursing NANCY KOLLASCH Humboldt Inst PATRICIA LAMPE Briar Cliff EILEEN LYNCH Beauty Sch. RICHARD McCLEISH iMason CityJC THOMAS McCLEISH Farming KRISTIN McGUIRE St. Catherines EUGENE MEISTER Mason CityJC DONALD MENKE Work JANICE MENKE Mankato State JOAN , MENKE Mankato State PATRICK MERRON Farming RICHARD MESCHER Farming JOANITA MEYER Briar Cliff MARY MEYER Briar Cliff DOROTHY ROLLING Mt. St. Francis CHARLES SCHNEIDER College - Service JANICE SCHRANDT S.C.I. NANCY SHILLINGTON Mankato State MARY SUE SCHILTZ Undecided PAUL ULSES Farming DIANE VASKE Beauty Sch. ANN MARIE WALSH Nursing ARTHUR WELP St John's BARBARA WELP Nursing JOSEPH WHILEMI Mankato State TIME and PLACE Photos by Kirkham Studio COMMENCEMENT: School, Bancroft. 2:30 p.m. May 30 at St. John's High Speaker: The Rev. Vincent Beacom, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church. Greattinger, la. Will Honor Gabrielsons Iliton SEXTON - Sunday, June 13 Is a day for all friends of the Glenn Gabrielsons to mark on their calendar. An open house will be held in honor of the Gabrlelson's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at the Wesley Methodist church and all friends are welcome and no special invitations will be sent. The hours are from 2 to 4, but all those arriving early are invited to attend the renewal of the wedding vows in a ceremony at 2:30 with all of the original wedding attendants planning to be present. Joyce Gabrielson will be attired in her mother's wedding dress. As an example of what a good choice Corrine made 25 years ago, it was Glenn who offered to repeat the wedding ceremony on this twenty-fifth anniversary. * * * The rest of the Sexton news will be mostly reports on hospitalized neighbors and accident victims. Two Sextonites at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, got together for a surprise trip home. Francis McMahon surprised his family by driving in Friday evening to spend the holiday weekend at home. He was accompanied by Frank Pruisman who will be able to remain at home for two or three weeks. Janet Hix, youngest daughter of the Art Hix's, is still making good progress at home after being hospitalized for two days after suffering a skull fracture in a fall, Just two days after Janet's accident, Mrs, Hix received word of the serious injury of Denny Anderson, son of the Roger Andersons of West Bend, who are good friends and frequent callers at Sexton, The young boy was struck while riding his bicycle along the highway near his home at West Bend, He was in surgery for repair of a cut on the back of his head and is still in the hospital for care of a skull fracture. At Wesley, the two-year old daughter of the David Young- wirths was more fortunate, She was knocked unconscious when she ran into a golf club swung • by her mother while practicing in the back yard. After a visit to the doctor at Wesley and a three hour nap at home under the eye of her anxious parents "MY BLOOlDHRUNS COLD" Opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre she attended baccalaureate services Sunday evening and commencement Monday evening at Algona high school in which her grandson, Kenyon Gabrielson, took part. Mrs, Walter Murphy of Cedar, Falls will be the guest of honor., at a bridal shower Saturday at., the Plum Creek school. Hostesses are Mrs. Everett Steven,, Mrs. Wilford Ward, Mrs. Nell Opheim, Mrs. Clarence Huff and Mary McMahon all of Sexton and hostesses from the Plum Creek area are Mrs. HollisBen- schoter, Mrs. Cliff Benschoter, Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Mrs. Harold Hunt, Mrs. Howard Seely, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mrs. Floyd Bode and Mrs. Berl Priebe. Bible Schools Set For Burt Children BURT - Dally vacation Bible Schools in the Burt Churches will begin in the next week or so. At the Burt Presbyterian Church, classes for all children who will be enter ing kindergarten next fall and including all others through junior high will be held daily, June 1-4 and June 7-10. Classes will be held from 8:30 until 11 a.m. each day. However, there will also be an afternoon session June 10. Bible School for children of the Burt and Good Hope churches will be held at the Good Hope Church this year, June 7-11. Classes will be held daily from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students planning to attend from Burt will meet at the Church at 8 a.m. and transportation will be furnished to Good Hope. Mrs. Richard Burmeister and Mrs. Richard Johnson were honored at a going away party at the home of Mrs. Fred Habeger. Guests included the honored and other members of Mrs. Habeger's knitting class. Both honored guests were presented corsages. Mrs. Burmeister and Mrs. Johnson, who with their families will be moving in the near future, were presented gifts to use in their new homes, by members of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard and Joyce attended Commencement exercises at the LuVerne school Tuesday evening. They were guests at a reception following ceremonies at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jagels honoring their nephew, Daryl Jagels, a member of the class. Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Mrs. Hazel Carroll went to Mason City Tuesday where the latter had a medical appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd spent the Memorial weekend at 4 the parental William Happel and Clarence Deterding homes at Readlyn. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen, David, Bruce, June and Cheryl spent from Friday through Monday at the home of the former's parents, the Otto Hansens, Roland. Mr. and Mrs. Ladell Olson, Jade & LaDawn left early Thursday for Baltimore, Oliio where Mr. Olson will be employed as ',.. a foreman for the Armour Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hoffman, Renwick, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elsie Lock- fhimday, June 3, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper DM MolnH-9 his sister wood. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Fred Habeger during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carey, Lincoln, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Lyford Warfield and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Doublas, all of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Goodell. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and Valarie attended Commencement exercises at the Emmetsburg J.C. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Burt received word of the birth of their second grandchild May 20. A son, David Vandicar, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson at Forrest Heights, Maryland, David has a brother, Andy, 2 years old. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Rice, Washington, D.C. Dr. Robert Melville, Washington, D.C., arrived at the home of Mrs. Helen Vogel Thursday. He came to attend graduation exercises for his son Robert, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Happel and lamily, Readlyn, spent Thursday and Friday with their son and family, the Gordon Hap- pels. ILone Rock! By Mrs. A. A. Krueger Illllll Guests at the Herschel Hartman home Tuesday night in honor of their son Jim's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorenson, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson, Hayfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hartman and John and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and Don, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and Mr. and Mrs. Melford Mitchell. SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 >> A> -i.n/^x*-r : -vx^ RlGlHftlD BECKWTH •PLUS • 6 COLOR CARTOOK* What was supposedly a romantic runaway elopement turns into a terrified flight from the law for Troy Donahue and Joey Heatherton in this dramatic scene from "My Blood Runs Cold. : The new Warner Bros, chiller-thriller in Panavision opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Miss Heatherton and Donahue star, along with Barry Cullivan, Nicholas Coster and Jeanette Nolan. "My Blood Runs Cold" was produced and directed by William Conrad, rapidly-rising new Hollywood master of the shock-film genre. ITEM: Warm weather will draw more and more families back to the open road for picnics, visiting, or just plain neighborhood shopping, so here is a statistic worth remembering: most auto accidents occur within 25 miles of home. THUR. - FRI. • HOT BLOODED! COLD EYED! THE MAN WITH A GUN IS TAGGART. Stoning I TONY / DAN .' ,YOUNG/DURYEAC0l0ft she woke up with no apparent ill effects -from the accident. A former Sexton family now living in Wesley, the Bernard Schrauths,--t6ok their young son to the hospital for an emergency . operation for hernia last week. It was-a lively bunch able to attend the Sexton Friendly club meeting at the home of Mrs. Wilford Ward, It was such a cold day that everyone was moving fast to get inside, Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Bob Gerber of Algona, Mrs. Junior Ray Hooper and children of Mountain Home, Ark., Mrs. Dick Lickteig and Pam, and Mrs. Roger Arndorfer of Sexton. A lamp was presented to Mrs. Ward as a farewell gift from the club. There was a discussion of a site for the June family picnic and after a speech by a representative for the Crystal Lake chamber of Commerce it was voted to make the Crystal Lake Park apossible permanent site for the picnic. The picnic has been set for June 24 and in case of bad weather to be held on Thursday, July 1. Members of the Wesley Methodist church graduating from junior high, high school and college were honored at last Sunday's services, Mr.andMrs, Glenn Gabrielson had a child in each category with Joyce, Kenyon and Glennda all graduating this year from their respective classes. Although the Gabrielson family has been neglected in the news lately, let no one think they have retired from an active community life. This week's news is a good example of just how retired they are. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Joyce and Kenyon, Kay Rosendahl of Whittemore and Vinnie Laymon were all guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabrielson of Clear Lake at a smorgasbord dinner. The dinner was in honor of newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murphy, Cedar Falls. Also guests for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Murphy and Lorie of New Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Yocum of Decorah. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and Mrs. Kyle Keith took along a birthday cake when they went calling at the Howard Seely home to help celebrate Mrs. Seely's birthday at an afternoon tea. Right in the middle of housecleaning day, Mrs. Gabrielson was surprised by company from Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bergeson and Mr, and Mrs. Howard Bergeson. Mrs. Walter Murphy of Cedar Falls, the former Glennda Gabrielson, was honored at a bridal shower at the Wesley Methodist church Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. George Detmering, Mrs, Luther Nygaard, Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Mrs. Charles Price and Mrs. John Paulson, members of the Wesley WSCS. Mrs, Florence Gabrielson of Starbuck, Minn, arrived at the Glenn Gabrielson home last Thursday evening. While here, SUN. thru WED. JUNE 6 - 9 CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 Are the dead ever reborn? Strange things happen to Troy Donahue w Joey Heatherton j< "My Blood Runs Cold" WITH Barry Sullivan - NICHOLAS COSTER '" JEANNETTE NOLAN -SSf zrr >£•!•« »M«n(U IF YOU GIVE AWAY THE ENDING, MAY YOUR BLOOD RUN COLD FOREVER ! f^mlf'f. ftrj.'v,'. PANAVISION' FROM WARNER BROS. James Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman was presented a medal Tuesday night at the Sentral commencement exercises from the Iowa State Bar Association and the Iowa State Bar Foundation which represents an award for American citizenship. Guests at the Woodrow Pettit home Tuesday night after commencement exercises In honor of their son Richard were the John Persons, the H. A. Blanchards and James Niebuhr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Biersted entertained for their dau- daugliter Margaret's graduation at the home of her grandparents, the Ferdinand Blersterlts at Fenton. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Gus and Esther Blerstedt, Mrs. Ferdinand Miller, the Darrel Dreyer family, the Robert Mitchell family, the Clarence Bierstedts, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell, Wliltte- more, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kemna, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kressin, the Bill Larson family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Mr. and Mrs. FrankTJreyer and Jim Long. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "How The West Was Won" 7:30 Only. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Guns At Batasi" - 7:30 Only. "Taggart" at 9:20 Only. SATURDAY MATINEE atl:30- "Men Of Sherwood Forest" Plus 6 Color Cartoons. SUNDAY"MY BLOOD RUNS COLD" 1:30 - 3:10 - 4:55 - 7:05 9:20. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "My Blood Runs Cold" - 7:25 9:35. NOW SHOWING thru SAT. :/* Thursday Is "BUCK NITE' THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR H.00 THESE WERE THE GIANTS WHO FOUGHT AND LOVED THEIR WAV TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD! -STIWART I Cm riBim ...JOHN WAYNE ...and Continued With The RETURN PEYTON PLACE Butd W llw Novel br GRACE MtmiOUS JERRVWALD'S A CM „ JBF _ WKOH ( Nip(-CH(\«-Pm m „ w 'MM COLOR by DE LUXE SHOW I "HOME O THE DAMNED" YOUR LUCKY ENTERTAINMENT NO. 295-7171 ~ r®2B BIGGER -BRIGHT€g-ettARP£K m SUN. thru TUES., JUNE 6-8 2 BIG FEATURES PAUL JOANNE VA Fr0(11 • Every year...every kind gnu of man-woman excitement " V rocks the explosive world of BligiB ,_.,.. „ it's ; love... A "nd their new loves I swusurs A NEW KIND OF LOVE ...MMARITiraGM SiicHAEi. CALLAN • DEAN JONES-TELLY SAVALAS BARBARA EOEN- STEFANIE POWERS' KAY STEVENS *t INGER STEVENS • GEORGE SEGAL- IS'swuw

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