The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 15
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120 Pay Respects, Wesley Couple, Golden Wedding WESLEY - In a beautiful and Impressive ceremony Sunday July 24, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Liekteig renewed their vows of 50 years ago at St. Josephs Catholic church in Wesley. Their attendants of 50 years ago were present - Agnes Lick- telg, sister of Louis, and Albert Rosner brother of Mrs. Lickteig and both of Wichita, Kansas. Betty Lou Kenyon was flower girl and Thomas Berger was chalice bearer. Ministers at the mass were: Celebrant, Fr. Dominic E. Lickteig 0*Cara, brother of the Jubilarian; Fr. Fergus Llckteig 0*Carm., Chicago, HI.; Fr. Bernard Lickteig 0* Carm, Englewood, New Jersey; Fr. Adrian Lickteig 0' Carm, Chicago, HI.; and Fr. Phillips, who acted as master of ceremonies. Servers were Mike Llckteig, Dick Kenyon and Dennis Potthoff. A three course dinner was served to 120 guests in the church hall, with granddaughters and grandnieces as table waitresses. Albert Llckteig oldest son of the honored couple, was toastmaster. "Ave Marie" was sung by the four sons: Albert, Hugh,,Robert and Thomas; a toast to "Mom and Dad" by Marjorie Kenyon, and the "Musical History" by Theresa Berger. Many toasts and congratulations speeches were given by guests at the head table. A reception was served by members of the Prairie Neighbors Club, from 2 to 5 p.m. Four granddaughters: Evelyn and Kim Lickteig, Betty Kenyon and Mary Berger had charge of the guest book. Theresa Berger and Marjorie Kenyon poured coffee. Punch was served by Barbara and Marie Lickteig and Hazel Studer. Cake was cut and served by Cecelia Kratzberg, sister of Mrs. Lickteig and Marilyn and Shirley Lickteig. Over 300 guests attended from Wesley, Algona, Whittemore, Buffalo Center Ventura and many other towns. Special out-of-town guests included the Albert Rosners, Wichita, Kans; Mrs. Cecelia Kratzberg, David Kratzberg; Lee Lickteigs, Agnes Lickteig and Mrs. Hubert Lickteig all of Greeley, Kansas; Jack Lickteigs Omaha, Neb.; Louis Voltz's, Des Moines; Ray Lickteigs, Council Bluffs; Mrs. Frank Lickteig, Martlndale, la.; Mrs. Barbara Devitt and Helen, Marttndale; Ted Lickteigs, Cresco; Sister M. Evangelista 0. S. U., Sister M. Augustine, O. S. U., Sister M. Clotilda 0. S. U., and Sister M. Bertrand 0. S. U., Sister Catherine all of Poala, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig of Wesley. The honored couple's children who arranged the celebration are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lickteig, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. George Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lickteig of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lickteig, Algona; Mrs. Theresa Berger, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. (Marjorie) Edward Kenyon, Whittemore. There are 31 grandchildren and one deceased. A family party was held at the Lou Lickteig home Monday evening honoring Sister Mary Catherine, sister of Mrs. Lickteig, who will observe her 50th Jubilee August 6. She rem ained here for a longer visit. BUILDING ADDITIONS An 18 x 24 foot addition has been built on to the east side of the Standard Oil warehouse. A 10 x 24 storage room has been built onto the south side of the city power house. A 30 x 44 addition is being built onto the east side of the Exchange State Bank. The K. & H. Oil Co. are having a 50 x 46 building built across the street north of the station, to be used as a new office and an addition to the present warehouse. - o - C. D. of A. MEETING C. D. A. s held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall. Margaret Root, Grand Regent, presided. Helen Lickteig gave a very interesting talk on her summer volunteer work in Sioux City. She was presented a piece of luggage. Bridge and 500 was played. Winners were VI Studer, Erma Kunz, Lizzie Dornbier and Emma Olson. On the entertainment committee were Marie Doughan, Viola Kollasch, Judith Otis , Blanche Rasmussen, Kathryn Hamilton and Ruth Schrauth, Eileen Johnson, Lucille Nelson, Rita Young- with, Joan Vitzthum, Minnie Bleich, Janice Cink and Dorothy Becker. There will be no meeting in August. For Convenience ... For Luxury Accommodations... For Friendliness... For Budget Rates... For Resort- like Atmosphere ... Easily Accessible to All Highways 105 Delightful Air- Conditioned Kooms and Suites National Gold Medal Award heated EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwood ing Room featuring Hearth Charcoal Broiled Steaks — Coffee Shop open from 6:00 a.m. 'till Midnight — Cocktail Lounge. Hwimmins I'ool Complete Hotel Services 24-Hour Switchboard Free TV Play AreH Kor Children Baby Sitter Service Children Ample fit* Parking in Front Of Ycur Room SINGLE ROOMS S 8.50 to S 9.50 DOUBLE ROOMS $12.50 to $14.00 under 12 FHEE in sane room with Adulti, Mary Will Of Corwith Will Wed., Sept. 10 This auger thrives on working in tight, congested areas! nils sian-Hoisl 33-IOOI auger will reach as high as competitive 41-fooiers Bie statement . . . you bet! But then a Stan-Hoist Auger is better You can get closer to buildings, closer to cribs. A shorter Stan-Hoist Auger will reach those openings easier and better than a bieeer. longer competitive auger! So, why spend more for an •user than you have to! Buy Stan-Hoist. You'll also like Stan-Hoist Augers'channel "U" box structure under auger tube for greatest support. 8-foot corn screen is optional. Lengths from 33 to 53 feet. Sealed self-aligning bearings throughout the drive shaft. All galvanized drive shaft won't rust «nd stick. Auger tube is welded, seamless galvanized. PUT A 6-INCH OR 8-INCH STAN-HOIST AUGER TO WORK FOR YOU I JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. o> of AI 9' nq Hottl - Algong, to. WESLEY L By Mrs. Viola Studer Illllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll" Relatives who went to St. Paul, July 23 to attend the wedding of Jane Nelson, daughter of the Charles Nelsons, to Gary Formanek in St. Adelias Catholic church included her parents; Father Linus Eisenbacher of 0- debolt; Joe Studers and David Hilberts, Algona; Vine Eisenbacher, Jim and Jane; Mrs. Norbert HUbert and Judy, Richard Hammonds and Joe and Ed Eisenbacher. The newly-weds will live in Spooner, Wis. Mrs. James Fritz, Scott and Jim left recently for their home in Saugus, Calif. foUowing a months visit in the parental, Will Fritz home. They also visited the Paul Palmers in Algona. Steve, Ann and Dean Walker and their grandmother, Mrs. Laura Walker spent last week in the latter's cottage at Spirit Lake. The Clarence Richtsmeiers of Iowa Falls were July 24 weekend guests in the A. N. Richtsmeier home. Chuck and Tony Schmidt, sons of the Paul Schmidts of Churdan came Thursday for a visit with their grandparents, the A. N. Richtsmeiers. They, all spent the weekend in Minneapolis visiting the Vine Richtsmeiers and Francis Richtsmeier. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wingert of Englewood, Calif, visited his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Wingert, a resident at a Buffalo Center rest home, his niece, Mrs. Ed Johnson and famUy and other relatives last week. On Saturday the Wingerts went to Sioux City and picked up his sister, Sister Rosalima,, who accompanied them home. She will go to Portland, Oregon this month where she. will work as administrator in a school. The Craig Loebigs of Mi,n- neapolis recently spent 2 1/2 weeks in the parental homes, the Carl Browns of Algona and the WUfred Loebigs in Wesley. Mrs. Bert Van Dine of Rochester, Indiana, came Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Lillie Matz and other relatives. Many relatives are expected for the Kelch reunion which will be held Sunday August 7 in the park in Corwith. WUfred Beckers brought their 7 year old daughter Julie home July 25 from Mercy hospital Mason City where she had been a patient a week with virus menengitis. WUfred and their son Leonard also had a siege of it at home. Marvin Larson of Riverside, California, visited his brother Lester Larson and wife one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton of Minneapolis were Thursday overnite guests in the Martin HamUton home. On Friday they left for an outing at Lake Okoboji/ taking their 2 daughters Ann and Jane, who had been houseguests of the Martin Hamiltons for two weeks. Lt. Don Grant, son of the Frank Grants of Britt, formerly of Wesley called on relatves and friends here last week. His wife lives in Algona. Mrs. Marie Bleich moved to Des Moines over the weekend, and the Vern Olsons who purchased the (Leo) Bleich home moved in from a farm house north of town, Mrs. Bleich has accepted a position as 6th grade teacher in the Sacred Heart Elementery school on 16th and Grand in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Rockwood are proud parents of a baby boy born in St. Ann hc-spital Algona Sunday July 24. The 8 pound 11 ounce r has been named David Allen and has a sister Kitty and a brother Ronnie, who were cared for by their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Rockwood during their MARY WILL Mr. and Mrs. Frederick WiU of Corwith announce plans for the Sept. 10 marriage of their daughter, Mary, (above), and Stephen H. Aagard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Aagard of Esther- viUe. The bride-elect is agradu- ate of the Broadlawns School of Nursing at Des Moines. Her fiance Is a graduate of Mankato State College in Mankato, Minn. He wiU attend graduate school at Mankato. mother's hospitalization. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thilges of Algona visited their daughter and famUy Thursday evening and their granddaughter Kitty accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs. Martha Albrechtof Rock- weU City and her son Kenneth Albrecht and famUy of El Monte, Califj,were Tuesday guests in the J. A. Hauptman home. Mrs. Marie Bleich and Mrs. Clara Erdman were supper guests there. Mrs. Lou Simpson spent last week in Des Moines with their daughters, Dorothy and Linda, who are employed there. Mr. and Mrs. George Lickteig, Helen Lickteig, Mrs. Cecelia Kratzberg and Sister Catherine went to Dubuque Thursday to visit Kathy Lickteig, daughter of Albert Lick- teigs, a student at Franciscan , Qpnve.nt. She will receive her .habit August 10. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her auction bridge club Thursday afternoon, and the contract bridge club that evening. Judy HUbert left Sunday for her employment in Denver, Colorado. She had spent 2 weeks in her parental, Norbert HUbert home. Mrs. Lou Lickteig and Mrs. Viola Studer attended the achievement show of the A. O. K. 4-H girls club Thursday evening in the A. S. C. buUding in Algona. Mrs. Lickteig's daughter, Mrs. Theresa Berger is assistant leader of the club and her two daughters, Judy and Nancy are members of the club. Mrs. Shider's granddaughter Debbie Studer Is also a member. The John Bauer's occupied a cottage at Clear Lake last week. Mrs. Helen Youngwirth, Mrs. Luke Youngwirth and Tlmmy and Mrs. Dick May and daughters vacationed at Clear Lake several days last week. The Calvin Meineckes of Jefferson spent Monday thru Friday at the parental, N. F. Weber home. Local Family Has Exchange Student Coming The James Dodds family officially received word from the New York office of the American Field Service this week that they will host the foreign exchange student to live in this area for the coming school year. Algona's exchange student will be Miss Sutira Solpet and she comes from Thailand. Sutira Is 18 years old, comes from the viUage of Pltsanuloke where her father is a revenue officer. Her religious affiliation is Buddhist. Sutira has studied English language for eight years and has a good command of our language. Much like Sana Svedman, last year's exchange student, Sutira also possesses much interest in sports. Among her favorites are: volleyball, badminton, basketball, and football. Sutira will be a senior at AHS, although technically she has already graduated from high school. Upon returning to Thailand, she plans to pursue a career in nursing. Bond Sales In Kossuth Over Half-Million Iowa's savings bonds sales for the first six months of 1966 are the best in the midwest, and the state ranks second in the nation in percentage of quota attained. Combined sales of Series E and H bonds during June were 1 $8,929,523, an increase of 20 per cent over June, 1965. The state now has a six-month total of $64,604,016, which is over $6 million higher than the same period last year. Iowa's 59 per cent of quota attained is the highest in the midwest and second highest in the nation. F. L. McMaon, Algona, volunteer county savings bonds chairman, also announced that sales in Kossuth county during June were $38,567. This gives the county a six-month total of $504,113 for 58 per cent of its 1966 o^iota. New Chrysler Motor Products Are On Prevue A private showing for Chrysler-Plymouth dealer sandsales- men of Algona this week wUl give them their first look at the new 1967 Plymouths, Chryslers and Imperials. Dealers of the central area are being invited to previews at St. Paul, Minn, on August 4 and at Chicago on August 8. They are among 14 cities in which previews are scheduled. Invited to the preview are the sales and management personnel from: Percival Motors, Inc., and Ken's Auto Service of Algona. Building Here Thurtday, Augutt 4, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper DM Melrm-3 Timaklon, Crete. During the deployment, the ship made port calls at Venice, Italy; Naples, Italy; Cannes France; and Barcelona, Spain. FORT BLISS, TEX. - Dennis L. Jurgens, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jurgens, Ledyard, received an early promotion to Army pay grade private E-2 on completion of basic combat training at Fort Bliss, Tex., July 23. He was awarded the promotion two months earlier than i« co«- tomary because of his scon in firing the M-14 rifle, high More on the physical combat proficiency test and his military bearing and leadership abilities. READ ••< USE WANT AM RBOULAMIY In Half Year Building construction in Algona totaled $408,736 for the first six months of 1966, with 122 permits Issued by David Smith, city clerk. Thirteen new homes were built, with a total valuation of $219,500. Two permits were issued for $22,000 each, with the range from $12,000 up. Three commercial buildings had a total valuation of $133,000. Seven new garages in residential areas totaled $3,700. Twenty permits were issued 'for remodeling homes, totaling $23,650. Twenty permits were issued for reshingling, totaling $3,941. Eight permits were issued for hanging signs, with no estimate on valuation made. Thirty-eight miscellaneous permits included fences, sidewalks, and driveways, with no estimate of costs made. Notes Of Servicemen! ORDER FUEL OIL NOW FILL UP BEFORE THE FALL RUSH! You get the finest quality fuel oil for less money at Viking. Avoid the fall rush for fuel and call in your order now — while summer rates are still in effect! COUNT ON FUEL OIL • DEPENDABLE • ECONOMICAL • CLEAN Bulk Wagon Delivery To Any Point In Town or Country. USS CAMBRIA (APA-36) — Seaman Apprentice Louis T. Bleich, USN, son of Mr. Art Bleich of Route 2 Wesley, is scheduled to arrive in Norfolk, Va,, August 2, aboard the attack transport, USS Cambria, after a five-month cruise in the Mediterranean. The Cambria participated in amphibious landing at Tagliamento, Italy; Dogenbey, Turkey; Aranci Bay, Sardinia; and ORDER FUEL NOW ! 295-3MJ VIKING OIL CO ROY STOFFEL, Owner J JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA I AettitfH ^P^ S~m3=Jtk ve just mosU , ci foment oi laS.1 b> u r TW\P rrs^-s be br^^'- Percival Motors, Inc.-800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa

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