The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1965 · Page 17
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6—Algeria (la.) Upptr Dei Molna* Thurtdey, Sept. 30, 1965 WORLD WIDE Communion Service will be held Oct. 3 by Algona churches joining with other Christian churches in this service. All members of churches are urged to lie in attendance. JANE, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gellenfeld, was recently taken to the State University at Iowa City to enter her freshman year. Slie will be home to attend Homecoming here next week. JOHN GILBERT came home Saturday for a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert. He is a student at the University at Ames. The other son Mike is at Key West, Fla., for awhile. MR. AND MRS. Gary Bernau and family came from Charles City and joined the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert, for a visit Sunday at Petersburg, Minn., with Mrs. Gilbert's mother, Mrs. Charles Magnusson. MR. AND MRS. John Gerber have been visited by the latter's brothers and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Aeschliman, Grand Forks, Minn., and George YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV 111/...SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS 'ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG SCREEN! SUNDAY, OCT. 3 MATINEE ONLY AT 1:00 and 3:00 *+. ALGONA . . . th« fabulous FUNtaiy of an Adventurous Lad who found Stvtn Magic Coins at the End of The Rainbow . . . So ... C'm'on . .. We're off to Meet the Wiiard ... the Terrible Wiiard of Awes ... PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY AUSTIN GREEN SCREENPLAY BY HAROLD VAUGHN TAYLOR 2 COLOR CARTOONS and "3 STOOGE" COMEDY ALL SEATS ONLY 50e , . , , Aeschliman of South Bend, Ind. and Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler u-ere here from West Bend. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilmore have been visited by their son John, who has completed his boot training and had a two week leave. He is at the New London, Conn, submarine base. HARRY GODDEN plans to go to Okoboji soon and close his cottage for the season. He has not been feeling too well of late, being troubled with agallbladder ailment. MRS. JOE GREENBERG has returned from a visit of a couple of days In Des Moines with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Alt. MRS. MEL GRIFFIN was visited over the weekend by her daughter, Kathleen, who teaches in the Garner school system. WADE HANSEN took his son Lynn back to college for his senior year at Minnesota State College, Mankato. MR. AND MRS. Erman Hansen returned a week ago Saturday from a visit of two months at Edmunds, Wash, with their son B. L. Hansen and family. They saw Mr. and Mrs. John Burtis, former Algonans, relatives of Mrs. John McGuire, Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. They sent greetings to all their friends, too. MR. AND MRS. Robert Hardy and little daughter Jolene are coming to Algona Oct. 1 and will live at 1504 East Linden street. They have been living at Woodstock, 111. and Mr. Hardy will continue with the Surge Co. IRA BONNETTE was taken to University hospital at Iowa City last week for treatment of a stomach ailment. Mrs, Bonnette is not In good health, either. MR. AND MRS. Armin Schultz were at Omaha Thursday on business. DR. AND MRS. H. C. Aillaud have been visited by Mrs. William Aillaud and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skow, Newton. The Skows went from here to Okoboji to take part In the couples golf tournament and won fifth place. DENNIS DRUMMER, whose parents formerly lived here but THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "A Very Special Favor" - 7-.159:30. SUNDAY - Special Matinee "At The End Of The Rainbow" at 1:00 and 3:00 Only. SUNDAY EVENING-"Harlow" 5:00 - 7:18 - 9:36. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"Harlow" - 7:00 and 9:15. ENDS SAT. ROCK HUDSON - LESLIE CARON IN "A VERY SPECIAL FAVOR" SUNDAY thru WED., OCT. 3 - 6 ALGONA NOW THE SCREEN BLAZES WITH THE STORY BASED ON THE BLISTERING BEST-SELLER! Harlow's Producer- He decides what picture and what stars are going to be jnade and who|s making them IN COLOR! Harlow's Husband- What really happened on history's notorious wedding night? Harlow's Agent- She told him things no person should have to hear Harlow's Step-father- When he married Mama Jean, was it for herself- or for her daughter? JOSEPHELEVINE -CARROLL B4KER HARLOW • PLUS t •COLOR CARTOON HARLOW" STARTS SUNDAY AT 5:00 P. M. re>U"«l H*W W fetal AM* Pttp III BALSAM BUTTONS CONNORS IANSBURY LAWfORD VALLONE PlOduCrt b| OUKU4 t) JOSEPH E.J.EVINE GORDON DOUGLAS fdHN MICHAEL HAYES NtAiWri HMD! TfOHNIOOLOR' PMAVIIIQN' APAMMOUNIPICIUHf litri » 1M toot h IHK SMUIU* COMING THUR. OCT. 7: "HELP" is on the way! with "THE are now located at Beloit, Wls., has been visiting friends in Algona and vicinity. He is in the Navy at Charleston, S. C. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley returned Tuesday from a visit over Sunday at Rock Rapids with the latter's brother Paul Collins and wife. MR. AND MRS. Keith Campbell, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox, came Sunday from Sheldon for a visit and Mr. Campbell went from here to Humboldt to attend a National Guard meeting and to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell. JAMES STANTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton, left Friday for Notre Dame University where he will begin his fourth year. MR. AND MRS. Wade Sullivan had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Klein, Des Moines. Mr. Klein is associated with the Des Moines National Bank and is a classmate of Wade. A delightful Family Picture, "At The End Of The Rainbow" comet to the Algona Theatre Sunday jrrmtln«« only lor »nro ptrfotmnnctt at 1:00 i 3 : QQ ~ Sir Humphrey, the Knight, Matthew O'Brien, and Professor Antonio, ™. p .? c j; e . cr> a PP' aud th c Puppet Show In this scene from "END OF THE RAINBOW." MR. AND MRS. Charles Fox have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Osmus, Crystal Lake, 111., and James Fox, Los Angeles, Calif., who came to attend funeral services Friday at Bancroft for Joe Fox. MRS. FRANK VERA spent last Thursday at Buffalo Center with her son Ted and wife. MR. AND MRS. Leo Gardner were recently visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kissell, Sargeant, Neb., who were joined here by their daughter, Linda, who is attending Northwestern Institute and taking a course in medical technology. The Gardners and Kissells took Linda back and remained in the city to do some sight-seeing. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner have heard from their son A/C Ronald of the 173 air borne division that he is now located at Nha Trang. He was sent to Okinawa August •8 and to Viet Nam recently. He has been in service six years. MR. AND MRS. Glen McMurray former Algerians, are here from Glendale, Calif, and are house guests of the Dick Posts and Mrs. Elizabeth Post. They left Tuesday for Washington, D. C. and Portsmouth, Va. where they will visit their daughter Pat and husband Harold Janson. They are also visiting Mrs. McMurray's mother, Mrs. Mary Zittritsch and her sisters Annie and Mrs. Elmer Kelley and family. MRS. HENRY Geilenfeld, M rs. C. A. Geilenfeld and Mrs. Emma Boettcher spent Wednesday at Forest City with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donohue, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Georg were recently at Sioux Rapids to see the latter's mother, Mrs. E. 0. Danlelson. MR. AND MRS. Ed Goecke have been visited a few days by the latter's sisters who came to attend the wedding Sept. 18 of Margaret Goecke to Jerry Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Esser also came from Iowa City and were guests of the parents, the Vincent Essers. MRS. PAUL DETTMAN and Mr. and Mrs. Jest Riddle of Claremont, Calif, recently spent a few days at West Concord, Minn., with Mrs. C. 0. Riddle, sister of Mrs. Dettman and widow of Jess' brother. MR. 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