The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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Wesley And Algona Girls Are Volunteers WESLEY - Helen Lickteig has completed training as Extension Volunteer at St Mary's University at San Antonio, Tex. She will go to the Catholic church in Nixon, Tex., as parish worker for a year. Jo Ellen Milder of Algona also completed her training at the same university. She will go to the Catholic church in Del Rey, Calif, to work in the parish for a year. The young ladies were two of 193 Extension Volunteers sent to assignments by Archbishop Robert Lucey of San Antonio at a departure ceremony Aug. 20 at the end of their three-week orientation program. - o- TAKE VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wingert of Buffalo Center and the Clare Win- gerts went to Dubuque Aug. 22 where they attended the profession ceremony in St. Columb- kille Catholic church, where Sister Mary St. Clare Wingert, the former Julia Wingert, daughter of the Clare Wingerts, pronounced her first temporary vows as Presentation sister. Sister Donna Jean Lickteig, daughter of the Urban Lickteigs, also pronounced her vows. Her relatives who attended the ceremonies included her parents, her grandparents, the John Lickteigs, also Elliot Waldschmidts of Whittemore. The latter couple's daughter, Sister St. Benedict, returned horn e with her parents for a three day visit. - o - BURIED HERE Mrs. Margaret (James) Cooney, 76, of Tyler, Texas, was buried in St. Josephs Catholic Cemetery here Friday. The funeral mass was in Immaculate Conception church in Tyler, Several Wesleyans attended the rosary at the Bonn Funeral parlors in Garner Thursday evening. The Cooney's lived many years ago oh the farm now owned and oc- cuplejd b)T Vince Eisenbachers. TAKE TOUR Members of the Orthel Jolly Workers 4-H club and their moth- HltCKCOCK MOVI6 "THE BlftDS" NOW AT STARLITE DRIVE IN THEATRE The Master weaves his spell on birds. Alfred Hitchcock utilizes the rare talent* of Rome amazingly trained birds who don't tike People. The picture is an adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's classic thrifler, "The Bird*." Itesidcs frightened people, there are thousands in the cast ... all birds! ers spent Aug. 17 at Lake Okoboji. They took a scenic tour of West Okoboji on a showboat, the I. I. Empress. Among the many points of Interest they visited were Arnolds Park and Pillsbury Point, the sight of the Indian Massacre. - o Among Wesleyans who attended the Iowa State Fair atDes Moines last week were Leonard Arndorfers, Elmer Doughans, Geo. Seabergs, Harold Webers, Ed Otis and Herman Bodes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan and their two daughters, Sister Kevin and Sister Damian of Cedar Rapids, were Wednesday dinner guests in the Kenneth Rasmussen home at Forest City. The Doughans were Monday dinner guests in the Leonard Arndorfer home. Mike Lickteig, son of Albert Lickteigs, and Dick Loebig, son of Al Loebigs, left last week on a sight-seeing trip thru western states. Mike will again attend Lor as College in Dubuque. Dick, who attended Loras last year, has enlisted in the Marines. Arthur Bode and Walter Bode of Me Lean, HI., attended the Bode family reunion at Algona, Aug. 21, and were overnite guest of their cousin, Herman Bode and wife, that night. Mrs. Herman Bode attended a T.B. and health meeting at the home of Mrs. Bill Grupe in Britt Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonn attended the Schieusner family picnic at the Bud Schieusner farm home near Garner Aug. 21. The annual American Legion Auxiliary Membership party will be held Wednesday evening, THURS. - FRI. - SAT. SEPTEMBER 1-2-3 ALGONA ..—_*1965 WAS The of rhc PUSSYCAT 1966 IS THE YEAR OF THE DUCK! GEORGE AXELROD'S AN ACT OF PURE AGGRESSION SECOND FEATURE Sept. 7. A free membership will be given to a lucky member. A pot-luck lunch will be served after the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton and Mrs. Helen Johnson attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pommer Wednesday evening in the Reform church northeast of Wesley. Vivian Pommer is employed at Hamilton's Youth Center. Mr. and Mrs. John Mueke also attended. Mrs. (Rita) John Shepard and Jerry of San Bernardino, Calif, spent one week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Wingert, a resident of the rest home at Buffalo Center, who spent the week in,her home here. Mike Wingert and children, Patty, Steven and Donna Jean of San Diego, Calif., were also guests of his mother and other relatives. Another daughter, Sister Catherine of Mason City, spent three days with her relatives. The Herman Bodes, Franklin Bodes of Wesley, Kenneth Prohaskas of Garner and Paul Bode of Algona joined a large group of relatives at a Bode family reunion at Algona Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bickert of Algona visited a sister, Mrs. Pauline Coady of Bancroft, in St. Josephs hospital, Mankato, Thursday. Mrs. Coady had gall bladder surgery. The American Legion will sponsor barbecue chicken dinners to be served in their hall Sept. 3. Serving to begin at 6:30 p.m. The American Legion will meet Aug. 31. Connie Ltckteig, daughter of Jack Lickteigs, and Robert Ricke, son of George Rickes, will be married Sept. 25 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Mrs. Viola Studer received word Thursday from her son Robert that he and his family are moving from Atlanta, Ga. to Dallas, Tex. He is assistant chief pilot for Delta Airlines, movie clock TECHNICOLOR' 1 A PARAMOUNT PICTURE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY"Lord Love A Duck" - 7:00 10:18. "Johnny Reno" - 8:55. SATURDAY - Kiddie's Show. Cartoons 1:33. "Johnny Reno"2:08. SUNDAY- "The Glass Bottom Boat" -1:30- 3:37- 5:44-7:51. MONDAY Matinee - 1:30 "Glass Bottom Boat." MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"The Glass Bottom Boat"-7:009:07. SUNDAY - MONDAY TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4-5-6-7 _ CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY - MATINEE MONDAY 1:30 ALGON UNDERWATER...UNDERCOVER A MARTIN MEIMR ['W FffiW DORIS DAY ROD TAYLOR ARTHUR GODFREY JINDERANY CIRCUMSTANCES YOU MUST SEETHE WILDEST FUNNIEST NEW With the craziest cast of the year! JOHN McGIVERTAUltfNDE'EDWARD ANDREWS-ERIC FLEMING 3f"%W, < J '*\' iv «, VAR'if, 1 /- A^ f tW FREEMAN DOM DE WISE, DICK MARTIN, N PAMAVIJKW AV, METROCOtOR by whom he has been employed for 16, years. They have three children, Mike, Shawn and Tracy. The Paul Lorenz family will move soon from Knoxville.Tenn. to St Louis, Mo. They formerly lived In Atlanta. Erma Kunz, Mildred Arndorfer, Hazel Studer, Agnes Stevens and Maud Studer attended a meeting of the Northeast Deanery of the Sioux City diocese at Graettlnger Aug. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Franzen of Hawkeye called on Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Studer went to Iowa City Aug. 22 where she had a post-surgery check-up at University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Rosheim and children, Madison, Wise., spent last week with her parents, the Harold Hemmtngsens. The Calvin Melneckes of Jefferson were Aug. 21 weekend guests of her parents, the N. F. Webers. They took home their five-year-old son, J. C., who had spent a week with the N. F. and Harold Webers. Pamela Bauer, daughter of the John Bauers, returned home by plane Tuesday from a six-week visit with her uncle and aunt, Dr. Will Clemens and family of Dansville, Calif. The Tom Vitzthum family of Laurens were Aug. 21 guests in the parental Geo. Vitzthum home. Nell Frlmml entertained her auction bridge .club Thursday. Minnie Bleich entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Betty Bode will entertain her contract bridge -club Sept. 1. Mrs. Tillie Matz spent the Aug. 21, weekend with Rose Marie, Charlotte and Kim, Spencer. Mrs. Viola Studer returned Wednesday from Minneapolis where she visited her sister, Mrs. Adelia Thistlewood, and brother, Harold Luken and wife. They all spent the weekend at his cabin at Big Sandy Lake. Mrs. Mike Bauer and.infant son, Chlstopher, left Aug. 22, for their new home at North Platte, Nebr. They had spent ten days with her parents, the A. N. Richtsmeiers. The Bauers moved lately from Manhattan, Kans. Fred Girres, son of Adolph Girres, recently enlisted In the Army and Mike Olson, son of Mrs. Emnu Olson has enlisted in the Air Force. ST. JOE John Wagner, Mesa, Ariz., left Saturday evening via plane from Sioux Falls, So. Dak., after a 10-day visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner. Sheila Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reding, Tempe, Ariz., returned home on the same flight after a summer visit here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bormann, Whittemore, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding took John and Sheila to Sioux Falls. Milford Plathe came home Sunday from Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, where he was a surgical patient the past week. Robert Erpelding, son of Mr, and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, is leaving Saturday for Ft. Polk, La., for six months National Guard training. Mrs. Florian Faber spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Elenz and other relatives at Alta Vista. The R-Nu 500 club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sylvester Thuridoy, S«pt«mb«r 1, 1966 (to.) Upp*r Dft Mofr»«*-S Wagner with Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Ralph Reding receiving prizes. Mrs. Reding entertains the club Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown and family, Lake City, Minn., formerly from here, spent several days visiting friends, leaving here Saturday afternoon. The McKeowns had been on a camping vacation trip the past week. Alice Thilmuny and Mllly Gengler, Chicago, are visiting in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Thllges and sons for 10 days, arriving here Wednesday. The Sister's shower and social evening was held Monday la St. Joseph's school hall with 90 in attendance. Lunch was served and cards were played. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Harold Thllges and Mrs. Henry Bormann. The Sisters received frozen, canned and fresh products and also coins, and were presented a beautiful centerpiece. 2-YEAR OLD UNCLE Richard Brady, 25-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brady is an uncle of Kristlne Lord, IB-month old daughter of Airman and Mrs. Roger Lord, all of Maquoketa. SUNDAY MONDAY - TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4-5-6 STARLITE DRIVEN WEDNESDAY THURS. - FRI. - SAT. AUG. 31, SEPT. 1-2-3 STARLITE ORIVEIN LAST YEAR THERE WERE 22,129,000 ACCIDENTS IN THE' NOME. , , THIS IS THE STORY OF ONE OF THEM! ABABY! ---WOW!!! WHICH JUST GOES TO ',. \PROVETHATITS. JMever y II \\ I'AI'L FOR».f:ONME STEVENS Jf -^MAUREEN O'SI'I.LIVAN-JIM lll'ITON TECHNICOLOR- PANAVISION-.FROM WARNER BROS. SECOND FEATURE - 2 HITCHCOCK FIRST RUN RE-RELEASES "It could be the most terrifying motion picture I have ever made!" -ALFRED HIICHCOCK ALFRED H1TCHCOCKS TECHNICOLOR* _ ROD TAYLOR-JESSICA TANDY SUZANNE PLESHETTE w.^TIPPI'HEDREN : A Umwrul RetetM BA«iD ON PAPHN« Du MAURHIV* CLAHIC BU»P«H»« STOHV SECOND FEATURE MARNIE* TECHNICOLOR* Don't wait until the winter apples fall, Pick economical gas heat now. Gas is thrifty. More so than any other form of (ask anyone who's ever heated with gas) heating. You save money year after year, be- See your gas company now for the names cause gas is the dependable servant that pe.r- of gas hating contractors who install gas forms with complete efficiency. And you save heating equipment. Gas makes the big dif- money because service costs are negligible ference. (Costs less, too.) INSTALL GAS HEATING EQUIPMENT NOW - NO BILLING UNTIL SEPTEMBER NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STREET - AIGONA

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