The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1965 · Page 2
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4-Aleena (la.) Upper D»s MolnM Thursday, July 15, 1965 M O 1 N OCVCt-V? GERBER REUNION The Gerber reunion was held July 3 at the shelter house at Call State Park. 178 were present. They ranged from threr months to 87 years. John Gerber from Mgona is 87 and his three sisters from West Rend are Mary Fehr, 86, Lizzie Zaugg, 84, and Lydia Jurpens, 82. The youngest was 3 months old Angela Zaugg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zaugg of Algona. Those present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ban wart and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie AffoHer from Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hoigan, Denny and Kathy from Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strahm, Don and Delvln and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Meyers, Gary and Nancy from Salx?tha, Kansas. The committee was Mr. and Mrs. John Scuffham, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Anliker, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fehr, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mogler, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Gerber. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB The birthday club of which Mrs. Roy Bjustrom Is a member observed her birthday anniversary Thursday at Mrs. W. C. Irelan's. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Ted Larson entertained her bridge club Wednesday. SOD cum Mrs. John Dutton is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. GIVES SERMON Rev. and Mrs. G. J. C. Gerike are at Hazon, N. D. where the pastor gave tlio morning sermon, Uie fiftieth anniversary of his first service given. - o - WEEKLY LUNCHEON Mrs. Fred Kent and Mrs. John Kohlhaas were hostesses at Um weekly luncheon at the Algona Country Club July 7. Winners were Mrs. Roland Ostwald, Delia Welter and Mrs. John Kolilhaas. - o - HOST VISITOR Mrs. Orlan Rutledge and Mrs. Lillian Foth gave a coffee last Monday for Mrs. Lillie Broderson, Baker, Ore., who is visiting the Durwood Me Arthurs and many friends. She Is a former Al- gonan. Sixteen guests were present. Thursday Mrs. Droderson, Mrs. Foth and Mrs. Rutledge went to Ruthven and Spencer, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caughey at the latter place. MRS. RAY WESSEL left by bus Monday for Iowa City where she will enter University hospital. 3WEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones IIIIIIIIHllllllllllllliiiiiiilBiiimiiimiiimiimiiiiiiiii At the August Robison home Sunday to help celebrate the 4th were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mortensen and family of Hutchison, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse •and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family. Mr. and Mrs,jUbert Anderson entertained the William T/oblns and the Kenneth Broneses July 4. At the Orville Thoreson home for a picnic dinner on the 4th were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children, Mrs. Cora Mather, Mr. and Mrs. William Mather, Jr. and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goracz- kowski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen and family, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Dorf Larsen and Jerry of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Christine Swanson, Harold Swanson and Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Swanson. The Schauberger family enjoyed a picnic July 4 at Fairmont .In honor of Amanda Schauberger of Los Angeles, who Is visiting here. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schauberger and family of Ringsted, Frieda Schauberger of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller, all of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schauberger and family, Swea City, Amanda Schauberger and Mr. and Mrs. William Schauberger, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and family of Estherville were Sunday guests of Mrs. Joe Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Osborn of Carroll were Sunday guests at the parental Russel Kauffman home. Terry and Randy Swenson of Radcliff were last week guests of grandparents, the Russel Kauffmans. Sharon Magnusen of Minneapolis spent Thursday to Tuesday visiting at the home of her parents, the Walter Magnusens. Treva Peterson Is visiting her parents, the Hans Petersons, here from Omaha, Neb. Nancy Dahlke of Fairmont was a Sunday guest at the Hans Petersons and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Worth of Thompson were Sunday evening visitors. Mr-.-and Mrs. Nancy Huilburt visited/at 'the, V. E. Httgbotts at Fox Lake'Sunday, along "with the Milton Grelmanns, Arnold Andersons and Leland Davidsons. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stickler of Osceola were Friday guests at the Walter Hans home. They are formerly of Lakota and Elmore . Their daughter and family, the E.G. Jorgensens of Ledyard were July 4 visitors at the Walter Hans home and enjoyed a picnic supper with them. July 4 weekend guests at the Chris Feddersen home were his sister and brother-in-law, the Edward Ketelsens, Clinton, la. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Mrs. A. J. Kramersmeler and Arden, and in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feddersen MOVIE CLOCK THURSDAY thru WEDNESDAY for one week - "Mary Poppins." THURSDAY - Matinee at 1:30. Evening at 7:00 and 9:30. FRIDAY - Matinee at 1:30. Evening at 7:00 and 9:30. SATURDAY and SUNDAY Continuous Showing- 1:35-4:157:00 - 9:30. MONDAY and TUESDAY Matinee at 1;30. Evenings at 7:00 and 9:30. OUR VACATIONS HAVE BEEN PLANNED FOR CUSTOMER OONVENIENCE! • ••••••••••••••^•••••••••••t*to*f»«***t* ELK CLEANERS CLOSED ENTIRE WEEK OF JULY 18-25. OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY. JULY 26 MODERN CLEANER CLOSED ENTIRE WEEK OF AUGUST 1-7. OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, AUGUST 9 — Both CI0«n«rs op*n the fourth week of July — Walt DUney't "MARY POPPINS" Opens Thursday for one week at the Algeria Theatre is ACADEMY AWARD JULIE ANDREWS BEST ACTRESS Plus 4 other Academy Awards! Matinees Dally at 1:30 Sat. tt San. Continuous five's at 7:00 and 9:30 IT » •• ••• ••••t 999999 • •• ••• •••••• • •••• *§•*•• »ft«** •*• ••• ••* ••• • •* »••• «•*•••• ;;;.I;t III III Hill* 9 •*••••! •*•••*• •*»»*}* *•• ••• ••• •••• • ••• •••• ••••••• •••••!• t** ••• ••§•••• ••••••• •*••••• •€••***• »«3 •••• t«« •••• ••••• ••••• t*i •*• ««t ••• •*• ••« 999 ••• ••• 999 ••• ••» ••• ••• ••• •••• t»» »tt • • • •* •• • • * •* •• • • • •• •• • • ••»••• • " • t •« f • • • 9 9 • • • • » • ••• * • t «t A JOYOUS MOMENT In Wolt Diiney't muiical-fanlaiy, "Mary Popplni," bring! viva cioui Julie Andrew) and mulll-talenled Dick Van Dyke together (or a "Jolly Holiday." The brilliant Technicolor production olio itari David Tomlinion and Glynli Johni, and li bated on the Mary Poppini books by P, L. Traveri. IHMOtir I OmOIHM. CAST AlBUMl OH IAU NOW I I . JULIE DICK DAVID OlYHIS 'ANDREWS -VAN DYKE-TOMLINSON -JOHNS .wn^ of Dolllver and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Feddersen and Wayne of Ringsted were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet were at the home of their daughter, the Kenneth Ross's over the weekend. Picnic supper guests at the Douglas Guerdet home were the Emory Prestons and the Gordon Burts. The Russell Strayers of Ceylon and the Joluile Toblns were July 4 picnic dinner guests at the Wendell Dltsworth home. Danny Anderson of Swea City and Ray Llchter of Burt left last week to spend about two weeks helping on the Patterson ranch at Custer, Mont. William Tobln visited with the Jay Broneses Sunday and also called on Mrs. William Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer and family were dinner guests Sunday at the parental Carl Duer home at Ringsted along with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel and family of Fenton. In the afternoon they attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Peterson. Dr. Rooney Is New Head Of Algona K.C/s Dr. Joseph M. Rooney was installed as Grand Knight of the Algona Knights of Columbus at a meeting here Wednesday evening, July 7. Other officers installed for the new year, 1965-66, ware John B. Rooney, Deputy Grand Knight; Virgil R. Bierl, chancellor; Edward Crawford, recorder; Paul Haverly, treasurer; L. W. Nlt- chals, advocate; Harold Becker, warden; William Studer, inside guard; Delmar Reding, outside guard; and Milo Kollasch, Lawrence Knoll and Alphons Berte, ! trustees. k Week Day matinees adm $1.00 Sat. & Sun. continuous $1.25 Evenings $1.25 Children anytime .75 Pagans Excluded for this Show ALGONA THURSDAY] JULY 15 For On* W««k look to KM mm WALTUSNEV fortht finestta SEE THE WORLD'S TALLEST MAN FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY JULY 16-17-18 (27 ft. high - 380 IBs.) r'V. ENDS SAT. - "PAJAMA PARTY" Plus "A DISTANT TRUMPET" SUN. thru TUES., July 18-20 THIS PICTURE WAS MADE ENTIRELY WITHOUT THE CO-OPERATION OF ANY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION I PLUS CO-HIT TECHNICOIOR' KIDS - Get Your Picture Taken With World's Tallest Man — Bring Your Own Camera, Though. FREE COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS 1 p. m. 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