The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1966
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Fair 4~H Style Revue Winners "MARY POPPINS" IS BACK STARTS TODAY - ALGONA THEATRE Senior, Intermediate and Junior 4-H Style Revue winners weTe named Tuesday morning at the KDs'suth County Fair, and the three lassies shown h§re won in their respective divisions. Left to right in the photo are Linda Meehlhause,' Algona/ a member of the Cresco Chums, Senior winner, Mary Harig, LuVerne, member of the Irvington Ideals, Intermediate, Dixie Keith, Algona, member of the Plum Creek Elite, Junior. Miss Meehlhause will attend the Iowa State Fair next week at Des Molnes as this county's entrant in the state contest. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Ottosen Man, •it*' ' • *»• •' Illinois Girl Are Engaged ^OTTOSEN, - Mr. ..and Mrs. Glenn Wirth of Prophetstown, tl., announce the engagement $f their daughter, Diane B., of Li- to Nejl M. son of Wehr- set ..;. graduated from »ej£-"rijlgh .School and J " CjbUrsei in dental rquette'TJniversity, ''f\',. $h'e,is em- R." A. 1 " Parsons, ^ BjloyeS ffllvis, m'. 1 Mr. Weftir, "• the Twffc is ju graduate' 6jrsJHJigh-School,. ^tended Ybwa" State University Ames, is a member of the Iowa ational Guard and is employed |y Deere Administration Center, ioline. - o - Stephen Evenson, Neil Wehr- spann, Charles Welter and Steve Williams returned home Saturday after two weeks training at Camp Ripley. Margaret Holt visited at the home of her sister, the Paul Espinosas at Mason City, from Tuesday until Thursday. Wednesday Mrs. Espinosa and Margaret visited Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain at Elma. About a week ago, Rev. Mountain fell and broke his arm. James Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem was baptized at Trinity Lutheran church by Rev. Robert J. LeMont. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Watnem of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Simpson of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Watnem and Shelly were Sunday dinner guests at the Allan Wat- nems following the services. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Damon Schultz or Lake Worth, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Preston and family of- Ringsted were Sunday night SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY AUGUST 21 - 22 - 23 STARLITE DRIVE-IN The story of what they did to a kid... NatauewooD CHRistoptier pLummer '. IN A PAKUI.A MULLIGAN PRODUCTION msioe Daisy ciover - SECOND FEATURE BUTE A 20th C«nlury>Fox PrtunUtion An AiioeitUi ind Aldrich Company Production "HUSH...HUSH, SWEET,, CHARUmt STARLITE WEDNESDAY TH(JRS. - FRI. - SAT. AUGUST 17 - 18- 19-20 DRIVE IN M Newman A GERSHWIN-KAS1NER PioMon <„ .,-»i",::.™«" LAUREN BACALL'JliUEHARRIS'ARIHURHIli'JANET LEIGH PAMEIATIFRN.'ROBERT lAGNER-SHEllEY WINTERS W - SECOND FEATURE SPECIAL LATE SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 " - ' visitors. Rev. Elmer Wehrspann and his mother, Mrs. W. H. Wehr- spann of Aurelia, were Tuesday dinner guests at the Raymond Wehrspann home. In the afternoon, all attended funeral services for Mrs. W. H. Wehr- spann's sister, Mrs. Sophie Wichtendahl at Lone Rock. Mrs. Gunda Enockson celebrated her 85th birthday Sunday. The highlight of the afternoon was a telephone call from Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and their six children who are vacationing at Portland, Ore. The six children, who are Mrs. Enockson's great-grandchildren sang happy birthday to her over the telephone. Mrs. Enockson had as afternoon visitors Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klemme and Susan of New Providence and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and family and Mrs. Kate Jacobson were evening visitors. The Joe Jacobson family reunion was held Sunday at Beeds Lake near Hampton. The same officers held over for another year. They are Calvin Jacobson of Harlan, president, and Arvi* Jacobson of Rochester, Minn., secretary-treasurer. About 65 attended. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and Debbie. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend, her granddaughter, Jennifer Lorenc of Springfield, Mo., and Mrs. Albert Thorsen visited Mrs. Hazel Wilson and attended church with her Sunday at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Wilson is the former Hazel Scott and grew up in this area. Mrs. Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday with an open house in the afternoon. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. W. E. Hundtermark and Jennifer Lorenc. Hartwick Aure of Cudahy, Calif., visited Earl Olson Wednesday morning. They are old school friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haugen of Algona were Thursday night visitors at the Oscar Williams home. ST. JOE C liinii; Margaret Reidmiller is leaving Tuesday, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Clara Wenzel, Wall Lake, for a visit with a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reidmiller and family, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Reding - Wagner family gathering was held Sunday with a picnic dinner at noon with 130 in attendance. Sister M. Madeline, daughter of John B. Reding, is spending this week here on her home visit and will leave on Saturday for Copus Christi parish, Chicago. The past four years were spent at Holy Ghost parish in Dubuque where she was a fourth grade teacher. The Frideres - Erpelding family reunion was held Sunday with a chicken barbeque dinner at 5 o'clock with 150 in attendance. Sister M. Letitia daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpeldlng is spending this week here with relatives and Aug. 15 open house and reception was held in her honor In St. Joseph school hall A JOYOUS MOMENT In Walt Disney's musical-fantasy, "Mary Poppins," brings vivacious Julie Andrews and multi-talented Dick Van Dyke together for a "Jolly Holiday." The brilliant Technicolor production also stars David Tomlinson and Glynis Johns, and is based on the Mary Poppins books by P. L. Travers. with 100 In attendance. Sister M. Letitia and her companion, Sister M. Eleanor, will leave for Sioux City Friday after a week's visit here. Sister M. Letitia will continue with her education at Briar Cliff College and Sister Eleanor will be stationed at St. Anthony's Home in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. John Becklus and Mrs. Maggie Faber, Watklns, Minn,, and Larry, Beckius, Detroit, Mich., spent Sunday here In the home of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer, Bancroft, formerly from here, are on a 2-month trip touring foreign lands. Leaving Mason City via plane to Chicago, there via jet to London, England. Their tour includes France, Switzerland, Rome , Italy and then on to Rhineland, Germany to visit with Mr. Vollmers brothers and sisters. Mrs. Vollmer is a sister of Edward M.Thilges from here. Frank Reding and sons, Ronnie, Danny and Pat, spent last week at Lee's resort, Lake Okoboji, with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sawyer and family of Fort Dodge. Mllford Plathe underwent an emergency appendectomy in Mejcy hospital , Fort Dodge, Staff Is Set For Wesley Grade School WESLEY — The three sisters who teach at St. Joseph's parochial school returned Wednesday. They are Sister Ralph, principal, who will again teach 7th and 8th grades; Sister Agatha, who will teach 3rd and 4th grades; Sister Anthony Marie, 1st and 2nd grades. Mrs. Monson will again teach 5th and 6th grades. Two sisters, who will teach at Garrigan, Algona, will reside in the local convent. They are Sister Marie, who will teach mathematics, and Sister Mary Maun, who will teach English. Sister Ralph continued her studies in graduate school of Cardinal Stritch College, Milwaukee, Wise., and also attended a work shop at Alverno College, Milwaukee. Sister Agatha taught in the Boston Reading Clinic. Sister Anthony taught in the Cardinal Stritch Reading Clinic In Milwaukee. - o- RECEIVES VEIL Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, Ruth and Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig 'went to Dubuque Aug. 10 to attend the ceremonies of religious investiture at MI;. St. Francis convent. Kathy, a daughter of Albert Lickteig and the late Rose Smith Lickteig, was oneofSOpostulants who received their white veil and names. Kathy is now Sister Mary Ann Rose and will take her second year at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Smith of Buffalo Center and Mrs. Teresa Berger and Judy of Algona also attended the ceremonies. - o - Mrs. Edna Flom, Mrs. Jo Meurer and Mrs. Myrtle Lease attended the county American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard August 9. Mr. and M-s. Lester Blain and sons, Jim and Jerry, returned Sunday night from a several days visit in Chicago with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and with their brother, Robert Oppedahl, a patient in the municipal T. B. sanitarium. Mrs. Tillie Matz attended the Kelch family reunion at Cor- wlth Aug. 7. Other relatives of the late Nick Kelchs who attended from this area included Mrs. Sara Lallier, Algona. David DeCrane of Bronxville, N. Y., spent last week with cousins, the George Rlckes. Guests Aug. 7 in the Irwln Hildman home were Mrs. Ed Ramus and Betty, Mrs. Lydla Lentz and Mrs. Clara Wolf of LuVerne; Mrs. Clarence Jurgeson of Corwith and granddaughter, Kathy Hell of Marshalltown; Scott Jurgeson, Mason City, and Beatrice Hildman. The party honored the birthdays of Mrs. Hildman, Mrs. Ramus, Betty Ramus, Mrs. Jurgeson and Diane Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum and two of their children of Stuart, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum, Wednesday. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained her contract bridge club Thursday. • , "••• «* •*• -jBob Becker and Duane Larson i Returned Thursday from a 2-week sightseeing trip to Colorado and California. They visited the Duane Studers at Anaheim, Calif. The Mark Beckers left Thursday for their home in Dubuque following a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. Justine Becker and family. Sister Georgine, who will teach In Larchwood, visited In the homes of her brothers, Tom and Ray Becker, and Mrs. Justine Becker several days last week. She also visited relatives at St. Joe and Bancroft. Joyce Becker was on a two- week vacation from the Exchange State Bank and she went to Denver, Colo, to visit Mary and Judy Hilbert. Mrs. David Klein substituted for her in the bank. Guests in the Will Martlnek home Thursday were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaiser of Sutherland and her two brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adolf of Richmond, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Armln Adolf of Adrian, Minn. They also visited the Harold Martlneks. Aline Martinek of Boone visited the Will and Harold Martineks several days last week. The Duane Prices are parents of a baby girl, Melody Ann, born Aug. 2 at the Britt hospital. She joins a family of one girl and one boy. Their grandparents are the Ed Minos of Algona and the Harold Prices. A boy, Jon Darrell, was born to the Orville Wetlands Aug. 4 in the same hospital and the mothers, who are sisters-in-law, occupied the same room. The John Wetlands of Whlttemore and the Harold Prices are Jon's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow, Helen, Kathy and Bessie, and Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg visited the womens' sister, Daisy McElmurray of Kyle, So. Dak., at Lake Okobo]i Aug. 7. They attended afternoon services at the Bible Conference at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg helped the Philip Seabergs move to Madison, Wise, over the Aug. 1 weekend where Philip started work at the graduate school at the University of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Seaberg and Mark and Lisa left Aug. 5 for several days vacation to points of interest in Iowa and at the David Seabergs at Burlington. Thursday, August 18, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper DM Motftftft-3 ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, Krlstine, Kathleen, Darlene and Bobble spent Thursday and Friday at Minneapolis. Jennifer Plathe, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plathe, spent the two days with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo., are arriving here Saturday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Dale Chicolne, Jefferson, So. Dak., plans to spend the first of the week here in the Reding home. Mrs. Chicoine is also a daughter oftheRedlngs. The Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council will have their annual Mulligan Stew Wednesday, Aug. 24, with a softball game at 2:30 p. m. with the local Knights and the liver-" more Legion team. An evening of games and fun will be entertainment for young and old. Prizes will be awarded. The annual Sisters shower will be held in St. Joseph's school hall Aug. 22 at 7:30 p. m. with a "Get Acquainted" and social evening with the Sisters. A C.D.A. committee will be in charge of arrangements. The ? move clock UL9JL°JUU 1 J 1 JLP " _B JUUUUC THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Mary Poppins" 1:30 - 7:00 9:37. SUNDAY - "A Fine Madness" 1:30- 3:46- 6:02- 8:18. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "A Fine Madness" 7:00 - 9:16. committee will be Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mildred Bormann, Mrs. Robert Altman, Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Paul Erpeldlng, Mrs. John C. Capeslus and Mrs. MarkThilges. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul returned home Thursday evening, having spent several days with Mrs. Thul's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn. They also called on Mrs. Annie Weydert in Waseca, a former St. Joe resident. Mr. Kayser, also formerly from here, observed his 85th birthday Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kayser and family, Council Bluffs, are expected here to attend the Becker family reunion Saturday. Rev. Luke Becker, Booneville, Mo., Rev. Nicholas Becker, Granville, and Sister M. Georgene, Larchwood, have been visitors here this week with relatives. iiiiiiiiiimitiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiinitiisiwiiiiiiiiitiiiiWB IRVINGTON! By Marguerite Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Tony Elbert had as guests the past week their nieces, Dlamie and Hamona Goodman, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Plathe and family spent Wednesday and Thursday In Minneapolis on a combined business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Vern Klein and daughters returned Thursday from South Sioux City, Nebr., where they spent a few days with the Gerald Frankls. Mary Elbert, Algona, was a guest at the home of Marguerite Hayes Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Elmer Dole returned Aug. 16 from Saratoga, Calif., after two weeks spent with their daughter and family. The trip was made by jet from Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. James Gray of LuVerne have rented the house on the Kathryn Krause farm, vacated recently by the Dick St. John family. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom were visited the past week by Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Pedersen. St. Peter, Mrs. Dorothy Knudsen and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pedersen, Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hutchlns, Ogden, and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau, West Bend. They came to help the Engstroms celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Trellis Helps No matter what the climate, roof eaves should be deep enough to shelter windows and upper walls from sun, wind and rain. Skimpy eaves can be widened with trellis extensions built by the home handyman. STARTS SUN., AUG. 28 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT AUGUST 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 ALGONA UNCUT! INTACT! CECILB.DtMiLLE'S-^.THE TEH COMMANDMENTS HESTON BRYNNER-BAXTER ROBINSON • OE CARLO • PAGE! • DEREK • tuSSai • m • scon UOPSW • wi TECHNICOLOR SUNDAY MON. - TUES. - WED. AUGUST 21 - 22 - 23 - 24 What a way to lose ALGONA your marbles.^ SeanConnery Joanne Woodward JcanScbcrg "A Fine Madneas" A JEROME HELLMAN Production PATRICV ONEAL- COLLEEN DEV/HIIRST CIWE «vm • WERNER PETERS JOHN FIEDLER • KM MEDFORO • JACKIE COOGAH • IDMU UMPERI • SORREU 600*E t*t W$UE tNE ItNGOON Munc Compoitii md Condudeo ti John ADOnon • Di'tclttl D» IRVIN KERSHNER • Sc'»-;ij, &/ EIUOH BtKFR [ P'onuced by JEROME HEUMtK TECHNICOLOR "• FROM WARNER BROS. I LIMITED ENGAGEMENT - THREE DAYS ONLY STARTS TODAY - MATINEE DAILY 1:30 - NIGHTS 7 ALGONA ^jgOXnrig ....... &!>,,,©. «•&> in short, It's UK* UHWW lia UJIHIK MOULD HERMIONE BADDELEY- DOTRICE- GARBER • LANCHESTER • JREACHER • OWEN • ED WYNN | Oiiginal Cast Album on tale now 1 OHU* Hern WO "MARY POPPINS" ADMISSIONS - ADULTS MATINEE - 75c - CHILDREN - 50c ANYTIME - - NIGHTS - 90c Look to the name WAIT DISNEY Id! the lines) in family enter lainment!

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