The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona Couple's Daughter Wed In Georgia The wedding of Mrs. De Wickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte of Algona, and Jack C. Reed, son of Mrs. Guy Reed of Rebecca and the late Mr. Reed, took place Oct. 16 at Bloomfield Methodist church, Macon, Ga. Rev. Tom Stroud officiated. Attendants were Mrs. LaWanna Smith, matron of honor; James Reed, bestman; and John David Wickman, the bride's son, ring- bearer* Thomas Duane Wickman gave his mother in marriage. She wore a blue crepe dress with full-length lace coat, and carried a cascade of white carnations, roses and an orchid. A reception in the social hall followed the wedding. The couple left for a honeymoon in Miami, after which they will live at Macon, Ga, Wesley C.D.A. Hosts Regents From The Area WESLEY - C. D. A. entertained officers and past Grand Regents from Algona, St. Joe, St. Benedict, Whittemore, West Bend and Bancroft Oct. 26. Irene Muehe and Beatrice Hildman gave reports on the Lady of Snows tour to St. Louis, Mo. Viola Studer gave a reading, "My Get Up Has Got Up and Went." 500 was played. Winners were Helen Plathe and Helen Johnson. Marilyn Grandgenett won the birthday prize and Mildred Winkel door prize. On the entertainment commitee were Eleanor Rlcke, Marie Llck- telg, Judith Otis, Mathilda Goetz, Linda Flaherty, Rosalie Bonavia, Joan Grandgenett, Marie Bleich and Margaret Becker. On the serving committee were Justine Becker, Mary Joyce Haverly, Pauline Pfeffer, Helen Koppen, Ella Hanig, Rita Ricke, YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV ]l£/ -SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS '••ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG- SCREEN 1 SAT. and SUN. NOVEMBER 6 - 7 MATINEES ONLY I Sat. at 1:00 A 3:00; Sun. at 1:00 ALGONAJ Felice Hilbert, Imogene Studer, Mildred Arndorfer and Minnie Studer. The next regular meeting will be held Nov. 23. - o - Wesley township Homemakers tnet Tuesday with Mrs. John Paulson, Mrs, Marvel Nygaard assistant hostess. Marjorie Smith, Farm Bureau chairman, talked on her trip to Washington, D. C. The new water tower has been painted aqua green by the Larson Tank Co. who began the job Friday. The height to the top of the 75,000 gal. tank is 130 ft. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ryan of Boone, formerly of Wesley were Friday dinner guests of the J. P. Hauptmans. Ryans also visited Mrs. Ruth Ricke. A parent-teacher conference was held Friday at St. Josephs parochial school. Mrs. Mildred Elsbecker attended the funeral of a cousin, Clem Elsbecker, 65, at Bancroft, Oct. 26. Mrs. Elsbecker and Karen and Mrs. Keith Neuroth of Algona attended the funeral of Gerald Hellman recently and Mrs. Elsbecker attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Kate Vaske, at Bancroft. 31 C. D. A. members attended the Halloween masquerade party at St. Cecelia's hall in Algona, Oct. 27. Agnes Lickteig won the door prize. Capt. Tom Forburger is spending four weeks here with his wife, Nee Julia Raney, and their four children at the parental Dr. Raney and Tom Forburger homes. He had been at Fort Bragg, N. C. six weeks and expects an assignment to Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Forburger attended Homecoming at Ames over the weekend. Mrs. Rollin Heard entertained her contract bridge club Oct. 25. Mrs. E. Ackerson was a guest. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer won the slam prize. Mrs. Pfeffer will entertain the group Nov. 8. Mrs. Minnie Bleich entertained her contract bridge club Nov. 3. Mrs. Bernie Hamilton entertained her bridge club Friday evening. The Corwith Wesley junior class play, "Quit Your Kidding" will be presented in the Corwith auditorium Nov. 5. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg, Mrs. Robert Van Hove and Louisa Skow went to Ames Oct. 17 to visit the Philip Seabergs. Louisa remained there to resume her studies at I. S. U. Mike Weig arrived home Oct. 26 from the Navy base at San Diego, Calif, to spend a 14-day leave at the parental Joe Weig home. Louis Bleich left Saturday for the Navy base at San Diego. He had been called home by the death of his mother, Mrs. Art Bleich. Methodist men entertained the men of the Corwith church at an oyster supper Thursday night. Mrs. R. c. Bauer will entertain her bridge club Nov. 4. Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening, Nov. 3. A number of Wesleyans attended the second concert of the, series Sunday at the Algona high school. It was a bonus concert presented by the Iowa State Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Richard Smith and Mrs. Olive Erdman attended guest night of the Rebecca lodge at Britt Oct. 28. Katherine Schoby, senior at Britt high school, talked of her experience as a delegate to the United Nations. She also showed colored slides. Mesdames Erma Kunz, Mildred Arndorfer, Maud Studer, Rita Youngwirth, Marilyn Lickteig, Hertula Wingert, Hazel Studer, Mary Bluml attended a D. C. C. W. workshop at Mallard Oct. 28. Vicki Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend in the parental Leonard Arndorfer home. BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "The Battle of the Villa Fiorita" 9:10 only; "World Without Sun" 7:30 only. ' ' *•••• SATURDAY matinee at 1:00 and 3:00 "The Golden Goose" SUNDAY at 1:00 only, "The Golden Goose." SUNDAY, "The Yellow Rolls Royce" 3:00-5:00-7:15-9:30. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "The Yellow Rolls Royce" 7:00 and 9:15. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wohnke went to Omaha Monday where they consulted an eye doctor and visited friends. Judy Wilhelmi was released from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Sunday where she had been treated for injuries received in a car accident. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi. Phil Vaske has resigned his position at Fergies oil station ;and jijrill move to New Hampton WHere/ 1 he lias found employment. «Mrs. 'Rose Rahe visited Mrs. Jule Cink at Algona Wednesday before Mrs. Cink entered the hospital at Iowa City. David and John Nemmers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nemmers, left recently for the Navy. Both enlisted. David is stationed at Great Lakes, Oil. and John at CARTOONS AND "5 AU SEATS THURS, Thru SAT. TWO NEW EXCITING HITS I ALGON The Battle Rorita MAK«A-RQSSANOBRAZZI Wdiitn lo» (he Scteen *nd Directed t* DCLMCR DAVES TECHNICOLOR • PANAVI.StON • FROM WARNER BROS. THIS YEAR'S ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! UNDERWATER COLOR SUN. thru WED., NOV. 7-10 "If you think this car is classic- let me tell you what can happen in the back seat!" IN COLOR METRO-GOIOWYN-MAYER NIMH AN ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD PRODUCTION (N6RID BERGMAN ° REX HARRI80N AbAIN QBbQN ° GEORGE C, SCOTT JEANNE MOREAU ° OMAR SHARIF ANB SRIRLEU MaeUAlNB tmt «»*,*« ART CARNtY WAllY COX'JOYCE (Will MOIRA LISTER «.EDMUND PUROOtt San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Arthur Long returned after a two-week visit in Chic ago. Dennis Wolf, employed in Chicago, returned there Sunday after a three-week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wolf. Sunday they went to Des Moines and visited their sister and family. Mrs. Geo. Anderson and Jean recently returned from Iowa City where she had taken Jean for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman and Kenny entertained Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCleish and girls, Don and Eddie Rahe, Allen Menke at dinner Wednesday evening as a farewell dinner for Bob Hasalman, employed at Welp's Hatchery, who will spend three months in California and then will leave for Holland where his father is also in the hatchery business. In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fosnaugh and family were guests at the Bergman home. The Goche estate farm was sold at auction Saturday to Arthur Goche, the home in Bancroft to Leo Goche. This was the last week for Joseph Helinsky, who has been employed at the Bancroft Register after over 40 years as a linotype operator. Mr. Helinsky expects to visit relatives and friends in Texas and Arizona for awhile after his retirement. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCleish took Mr. and Mrs. F.X. Mescher to Dyersville Sunday to attend the funeral of Henry Mescher, brother of F. X. Mescher. Has Trouble SEXTON - If you think you've got troubles, consider the duck hunter in the Union Slough area last week. His lucky day started when he leaned back for a good shot at his first duck. He lost his balance resulting in: binoculars full of water, a tear in his waders and one ruined gun when a grab for it under water hit the trigger. Can you imagine his answer when his wife asked the famous last line, and how was your hunting trip, dear ? NEIGHBORS Twenty-three men performed a good neighbor deed at the Bill Smith farm near Nemaha this month while Bill is recuperating from a farm accident and re mains in a body cast. Seven combines tractors, trailers, discs and trucks were brought in and the entire bean crop'was combined and stored that day. " WILL GET 4 ' 196S (la.) U PP .r DM working tools of an American Legionnaire In everyday life, the working tools of an American Legionneiro vary. From all walks of life, from all occupations, from the small town to the big city, American Legionnaires meet on the common ground of a dedication to God and Country. As veterans of World War I, World War II, or the Korean War, Legionnaires have been united by the bond of patriotism "to inculcate a sense of individual obligation to community, state, and nation." During AL (American Legion) Weeks, October 20 through November 11, The American Legion gives special emphasis to its annual membership enrollment with a cordial invitation to those eligible to join the ranks of the world's largest veterans organization and become a part of the Legion's great programs. THIS AD ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN LEGION & V.F.W. sponsored by DIAMOND'S RUSK DRUG CULLIGAN Soft Water You'll like '66 Chrysler's long, strong warranty* and our short, sweet price. Chrysler is the only car in its class that carries an engine and drive train warranty for 5 years or 50,000 miles! Move up to Chrysler. It's easy. THRYSI FR ' "CHRYSLER'S 5-YEAR/50.000-MILE WARRANTY WITH THIS COVERAGE: Chrysler Corporation warrants, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects in materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business, without charge for required parts and labor, the engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifold, water pump, transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1966 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage. Motors, Inc. ' 800 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa

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