The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1967 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1967
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i ..__ | Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona. Iowa ! jiyjlli. Nov. i. 1932. under Act of Congress of March 3, 18791 { ^ESTABLISHED 186$ j jewelry was a sterling silver heart with matching earrings, a gift from the groom. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Mrs. John Christensen, Whittemore, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Mrs. Tom Meyer, Cylinder, and Cheryl Harris, Emmetsburg, were bridesmaids. Tom Meyer attended his brother as best man; Ivan Lauck, West Bend, and Eugene Lieb, Lotts Creek, were groomsmen. Ushers were Dale Meyer and Norman Barber. A reception was held in St. Paul's Lutheran gymnasium for over 250 relatives and friends of the couple with a luncheon. Mr. Meyer graduated from Rodman High School and is employed by the Whittemore Coop Elevator. The bride graduated from Algona High School and is employed at H.R. Zumach and Sons Market. They left for a week's vacation to the Black Hills and will live in their home in Whittemore. War Victim The brother-in-law of a former Algonan, Army Pfc. Stephen C. Hass, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Hass, Gladbrook, is one of this state's latest victims of the war in Vietnam. He was killed in action Wednesday, June 21, and had been in Vietnam since April 7. A sister, Mrs. William Hutchison, is one of the survivors. Mr. Hutchison is son of Algona Policeman Ernest Hutchison. Myrna Ewoldf Is Married At Whiffemore WHITTEMORE- Myrna Elaine Ewoldt, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt of Whittemore, and Gerald Lee Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Whittemore, exchanged nuptial vows Saturday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. In St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. Rev. W.C. Ostermeler of West Bend officiated at the double ring ceremony. Reuben Butzke, organist, accompanied Mrs. Norman Barber, sister of the bride, soloist. The bride, escorted to the altar by her uncle, Jim Lindhorst, Algona, was attractive in a white floor length gown of nylon sheer over acetate taffeta with lace appliques trimmed with sequlned pearls. Her lace bodice of acetate and nylon had a scalloped neckline and long sleeves pointed at the wrists. The gently belled skirt had a bow at the waistline from which the chapel length train was attached and was trimmed with sequins and simulated pearls. Her nylon net illusion elbow length veil was held in place with a lace crown of scalloped chantilly lace frosted with crystal beads and simulated pearls. Her ALGONA THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JUNE 29 - 30 - JULY 1st MATINEE SATURDAY - 1:30 ^ Whtn in Southern Ctlifornli t/iiil Un/nrtil City Slud/Di ^ \ That "REBELLION GIRL" is dodgin' unbelievable perils! COLOR PAT BOONE- PAMELA AUSTIN aaa> EDWARD EVERETT NORTON TERRY-THOMAS HEReiB.LEONAfiO-MASHEUEIHElliIB.lfl A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ADULTS-$1.00 CHILDREN - 35c SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY JULY ELVI5PRE5LEH Excitement! Adventure under the sea! PARAMOUNT PICTURES Bfi&t MARSHALL- PAT PRIEST' PAT HARRINGTON • SKIP WARD -FRANK McHUGH *, ELSA LANCASTER ALLAN WEISS and ANTHONY LAWRENCE -JOHN RICH-i MATINEE JULY 4th - 1:30 ADULTS - $1,00 CHILDREN - 35c COMING SOON THEWAR WAGON ROLLS AND THE SCREEN EXPLODES! Ji W OHN SYNE KIRK DOUGLAS THE WAR WABON TECHNICOLOR /PANAVISION 5 ! II JJtoutEsr John Thatcher, West Bend, Takes Bride At Humboldt 6 From Area To Orientation At Iowa State Six 1967 area high school graduates were busy attending Iowa State University's summer orientation last week. They are Rose Mino, Algona, and Cheryl Dogotch, Whittemore, both attending the home economics orientation. Attending the orientation sessions for the college of science and humanities were Clint Patterson, Burt; Gretchen DeBoer, Ledyard; and Michael Tebben and Daryl Trauger, Lu Verne. The two-day session was devoted to aptitude and placement tests, visits with counselors and planning their first class schedule for the fall quarter at the University. While on campus, students and parents lived in Uni- versity dormitories and had their meals in the dormitory food service facilities if they chose. Tours of departments were slated for the students in order that they might become familiar with classroom and laboratory locations. In the evening, students and parents attended fraternity and church religious orientation programs. Children's Clinic IOWA CITY, IOWA - The State Services for Crippled Children (SSCC) will conduct a cardiac clinic in Mason City on Wednesday (July 12) to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for children who have had rheumatic fever or who have heart problems. The clinic will be held at Herbert Hoover School, 1123 Eighth N.W. Patients from Kossuth county are eligible for the clinic. £ ^ MOVIE CLOCK fl 8 0 0 8A Q JJL°JJLOJLOJL^L5ULOJLlLJ-fl. ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 7:009:10 "Perils of Pauline"-7:259:25 SATURDAY Matinee - Complete program begins: 1:30 SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00 - 3:05 - 5:10 7:00 - 9:05 "Easy Come Easy Go"-1:30- 3:35- 5:25- 7:309:30 MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Complete program begins: 7:009:05 "Easy Come Easy Go" 7:30- 9:30 TUESDAY JULY 4TH - Complete program begins: 7:00-9:05 "Easy Come Easy Go"-7:309:30 MATINEE TUESDAY-1:30 STARLTTE DRIVE-IN THURSDAY and SATURDAY Complete program begins: 9:00 "Hurry Sundown" - 9:15 "Hired Killer"-12:00 FRIDAY and SUNDAY-Complete program begins: 9:00 "Hired Killer" - 9:15 "Hurry Sundown"- 11:00 MONDAY ONLY - Complete program begins: 9:00 "The Gorgon" - 9:00 "Plague of the Zombies" - 10i40 "Rasputin the Mad Monk" - 12:15 "The Reptile" -1:45 TUESDAY JULY 4TH - Fireworks Complete program begins: 9;00 "Von Ryan's Express" 9:15 "The Swinger" - 11:30 WEDNESDAY - Complete program begins: 9:00 "The Swinger" - 9:15 "Von Ryan's Express"- 10:50 ft************************ Miss Carol C. Stover, daughter of Mrs. Carol Stover Brown of Denver Colo., became the bride of John L. Thatcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thatcher of West Bend, June 10, at the Humboldt Methodist Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by Dr. W. Morris Kildal and Rev. Galen Peckham of the Methodist Church in West Bend. Miss Gloria Cody of Humboldt served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bonnie Young of Traer, roommate of the bride at college, and Miss Linda Thatcher of West Bend, sister of the groom. Jerry Thatcher of West Bend served as best man. He Is the brother of the groom. Denny Barber, a friend, and Jeff Stover, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Ushers were Jim Neighbors and Bruce Berkmeir, both friends of the groom. Mrs. Keith Sayers of Humboldt was organist and accompanied Miss Rennae Votteler of Bancroft as she sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." Following the ceremony, a reception for about 200 guests was held in the church parlors. The three-tiered wedding cake, trimmed with yellow roses and green leaves was In the center of the table. Serving the cake were Mrs. Gerald Thatcher, and Mrs. Don McCartney of West Bend. Mrs. Gene Cody and Mrs. Leonard Terwilliger, aunts of the bride, poured coffee. Mrs. Irene Smalley of'ln- dlanola, friend of the bride, served punch. Waitresses were Miss Hazel Nelsen of Crescoand Miss Glenvlew Christen of Elgin, friends of the bride. Mrs. Stanley Nelson's circle was in charge of the reception. In charge of the gift table was Miss Judy Kraft of Lone Rock, a friend of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Merland Cody, aunt and uncle of the bride, were dining room host and hostess. Miss Michele Brown of Colorado, sister of the bride, was at the guest book. Miss Judy Lehman of Cedar Rapids was the bride's personal attendant. Miss Jane Hansen of Hartley was the bridesmaids' personal attendant. Mrs. Thatcher will graduate from the University of Northern Iowa August 4. Mr. Thatcher is a graduate of the State College of Iowa and has taught school for two years at Sentral. A/latter Filed Over Mortgage In Court Here Home Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. is plaintiff in an action here in which the organization is seeking foreclosure of a mortgage on real estate, with Joseph A. and Evelyn M. Berendes and Kossuth county as defendants. Total amount now claimed due is $5,416.67. A promissory note for $6,200 was originally written July 27, 1962. The plaintiff asks that the mortgage be foreclosed and a receiver appointed. An answer to the petition has also been filed by the county in which it asks for payment of personal property taxes and penalty for the years 1963-66. Wesley Marine In Vietnam For Past 13 Months WESLEY - John Phil Richter arrived Saturday June 17from 13 months service in the Marines in South Vietnam. He is in the E. 0. D. team. He, his wife Sharon, and two children, Donna and Lisa, plan to leave July 10 for El Toro, Calif, for his next Marine duty station. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" AIGONA.IOWA 2Olh Century.Fo« [,-.!.-I. TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY JULY 4-5-6-7-8 2 BIG FEATURES FRANK SINATRA TREVOR HOWARD * I C I • t ( t YON EXPRESS A MARK ROBSON HOLIDAY FUN July 4th COME EARLY GAMES - PRIZES AND LOTS OF FUN. B€ AN fARLYBIRD GATES OPEN 7:00 P.M. COLOR •fMtuu 2ND BIG FEATURE PNUHUIl RCTIRS mm ANN-MARGRET, TONY FRANGOSA i swinging & in *****&** rtr* ************ »r*r* ****** ( ( ( C ADMISSION - ADULTS • $1.25 CHILDREN - FREE . c ***************************A**** ( I t t ( ( ( •( I ***** ********»**********-********•*****. ! i ! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY JUNE 29 - 30 - JULY 1 1st TfME IN TOWN - OTTO PREMINGER MICHAEL CAINE JANE FONDA JOHN PHILLIP LAW DIAHANN CARROLL ROBERT HOOKS FAYE DUNAWAY BURGESS MEREDITH OF \, IHE EXPUBVE MONDAY, JULY 3RD ONLY PRE-HOLIDAY FUN - COME EARLY GAMES - PRIZES - FUN THEN YOU'LL SEE 4 BIG FEATURES WITH A LOT NJOY STAYING AWAKE! ATTEND OUR / HURRY SUNDOWN HE HAD MONEY TO BURN... WOMEN TO KISS... AND MEN TO KILL! 2ND BIG FEATURE THE HIRED KILLER 'W\W I WOlOr • flCWOPT ± ~ SAT MlpNITE SHOW - "BRAINSTORM" i *********************** A****A» *****

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