The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 35
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\ ALGONA Sunday and Monday - 2 Action On Thrillers - Two Ki&n Who Hate Each Other's Guts HOUNDS WHO FOUGHT LIKE TWO THOUSAND! ALDO RAY. ROBERT RYAN as The LIEUTENANT who'd lead his men anywhere, The SERGEANT who'd follow him Into hell—just to get even I THE HELL-PIT OF AMBUSH ..'he knew ; • every fear and terror! /" BARflY SULLIVAN DENNIS O'KEEFE MONA FREEMAN KATY JURADO DRAGOON WELLS MASSACRE i v :-«-v.'"i* 1 " CINEMASCOPE coioiiTOiioitt Livermore Girl To Wed St. Joe Man, July 16 St. Joe — Audrey Jean Smith was honored to a pre-nuptial shower in Sacred Heart Livermore Parish Hall on Sunday afternoon with relatives a n d friends from here attending. Miss Smith .daughter of Mr and Mrs DeVerne Holmes of Livermore, will be the bride of Raymond Gales Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Ray Gales Sr. of St. Joseph's Parish, in Sacred Heart Church in Livermore on Tuesday, July Kith. The youn£ couple will live in Des Moines following their wedding where Raymond is an instructor in the Des Moines, American Technical school. Geishecker Reunion A Geishecker family gathering was held on Sunday at the Milford Plathc home. Attending were Mrs Annie Geisherker of Algona, Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Illg and family, Mr and Mrs John Geishecker and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert and family, Mr and Mrp Ted Hilbert and family and Herman Plathe all from here; Mr and Mrs George Shanley and Mary Kay of Webster City and Mr and Mrs Gordon Ilil'berl and family of Wesley- Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Jim Marso of Waseca, Minn, an aunt and uncle. Among those from here vacationing a day or more last wt'ek .,1 Vacation Village and Arnold's park Lake Okobuji were Mrs John B. Re-ding, and daughters Mr and Mrs Harold FricU-rs and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagne" and family, Mrs Adeline Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Hardld Reding and family, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family, Ma' and Mrs John Thul, Mrs Richard Thul and daughters, Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe and daughters, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohihaas and family ,Mr and Mrs Robert Thul, Roger Thul, Norma Jean Ueding, Shirley, John and Franklin Wagner, Janelle Doerning, Karen Curran, Edward Reding, Donald Dig, Marilyn Ferry, Jerry Roding, Jerry Weydort, Tom Reding and Norman Kirsch and Mr and Mrs Marvip Reding and f/mily. Mr and Mrs Shirley Parks of Clarion were Sunday visitors in the home of cousins, Mr'and Mrs John Thul. Charles Marso of Los Angeles, Calif, is visiting relatives and friends here 1 . Charles is a brother of Mike Marso of here. Collen Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Reding, was crowned queen of Vacation Village on Lake Okoboji on Friday evening. A queen is chosen every week at Vacation Village and Collen was chosen fiom 30 young girls !i years old and younger. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bonnann and family attended the Perpetual Vows ceremony at St. Benedict's Convent .in Madison, Wis., on Monday in which Mrs Bormann's sister, Sister Mary Benedict was among the group. Others attending this ceremony were Mr and Mrs Charles R. Kollasch ot Whittemore, parents of Sister M. Benedict and Mrs Bonnann, Mr and Mrs Louis Kollasch of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann of Algona. Harold Reding attended a Knights of Columbus, District Deputy's meeting in Des Moines on Sunday. Mrs Maggie Thilgc-s accompanied by her mother and brother, Mrs Mary Zeller and son George from Watertown, South Dakota, arrived here Saturday. Mrs Thilges had spent the past month in Watertown. Mrs Zoller will remain here with her daughter and family while George will return to liis home, after a short visit, here. C::rol Erpelding is spending this week at Fonda in the Home of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Francis McLaughlin and family. Relatives and friends attended funeral services in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church on Thursday, July 4th, for Allen Thilges at 9:30 o'clock with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Allen's parents, Mr and Mrs Raphael Thilges, formerly were from this community and are well known. Allen was a nephew of Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges and Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges of here. Mr and Mrs " Joe Schumacher and family from Colorado Springs, Colo, are visiting in the home of Mrs Schumacher's sister, Mr and Mrs Nicholas Weydert and family. Mrs Alvin Erpelding and family returned the first of- the week from a .month's visit with relatives in Oklahoma. Mr Erpelding had gone to accompany them home. Mr and Mrs Tnerman Pruitt Were called to Kansas City, Mo. on Saturday due to the illness of Thermon's father. K n i g h t's of Columbus St. Joseph's Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening in the local club room. Raymond Thilges, Marvin Origer and Pat McGuire were the committee in charge of lunch and social hour. Mr and Mrs George Becker and family from ^Los Angeles, Calir. ' are' visiting;' here with George's mother, Mrs Ida Becker and other relatives and friends. Mn and Mrs Harold Bormann attended funeral > services for Julius Bollig in St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft on Saturday; morning. Kay Difsworth Of Bancroft A Bride, July 6 Bancroft—Miss Kay Ditsworth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ditsworth, and S/1C Thomas G. Williamson, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Williamson, were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony performed at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft on July 6, by Rev. E. F. Adams. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of imported chantille lace of a rose design over heavy bridal satin. The modified long- close-fitting bodice was styled with a Queen Ann ,lace collar and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrists. The extremely i'uir floor length skirt featured a front princess panel to which were attached four deep lace flounces. Her elbow length veil was attached to a scalloped half crown :of. lace trimmed with pearls and sequins, and edged with crystal pleated net. She carried a- bouquet of white and deep pink roses. She wore a pearl necklace and earringSj gifts from the groom. Darlene Simmons, friend of the couple, was maid of honor. Carol Williamson, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. The bridegroom's attendants were Richard Ditsworth, cousin of the bride, and Clifford Coonrod, cousin of the bridegroom. Gerald Rahe and Richard Krapp, 1 (friends of the couple) were ushers. A reception for relatives and fqrmer classmates of the couple was held in St. John's Hall. Marlene Lappe, cousin of the bride, cut the wedding cake and Patricia Hatten, friend of the couple, poured coffee. A luncheon was served at the bride's home for members of the wedding party and visiting guests. The couple left for California where Seaman Williamson will report for duty aboard the USS Fletcher at Long Beach. the F. X. Wilhelmi home on east Main Street. Mr and Mrs C. C. Inman took their daughter, M.rs Francis Baker and children to Minneapolis where she met her hueband and they will fly to their home in California. Mr and Mrs C. C. Inman went on to Aberdeen, So. Dak. where they will-visit relatives of Mr Inmans. Marlyn Haupert, Burt, spent Sunday with her friend, Donna Bergman. Honor Diane Welp A personal shower honoring Diane Welp was held Friday evening at the Lensing home. Diane will become the bride of Vernon Lensing in late August. Diane is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp and Vernon the son of Mr and Mrs Al Lensing. Both are attending College tUis summer. Ex-resident Dies Word was received here of the death of Mrs John Baker, 72, who passed away Wednesday morning after suffering a heart attack Sunday evening at Fairmont where she made her home with her only child, Eleanor. Funeral services and burial were Saturday at Fairmont. Mrs Baker was born here and made her home here until after her marriage. She is a sister of William and George Doocy, living here, Tim Doocy, Ledyard, and Mrs George (Mary) Robinson, Fairmont. New Officers Of Auxiliary Are Installed, Lakota Lakota — The Legion Auxiliary met Monday night with Marian Meuer as hostess. The new officers installed by Leona Heetland were: President, Joyce Wert- jes; vice president, Betty Powers; secretary and treasurer, Tressie Thompson; assistant secretary, Idah Rippentrop; Chaplain, Carolyn Heetland; Historian, Margaret Powers; Sergeant at Arms and Assistant, Marian Meuer and Mary Zoller; members of executive board, Wanda Blome, Delores Kienita and Leona Heetland. Mr and Mrs LeRoy (Nick) Estle and three daughters visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Estle last week. Mrs Mary Meyer of Tucson, Ariz, is visiting Mr and Mrs John Smith. The ladies are sisters. , Mr. and Mrs Edwin Wolcott of Algona and Mrs Wolcott's mother, Mrs Ilia Wheeler of California, were Wednesday evening guests of Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley. Mrs Wheeler is Mrs Ley's aunt. Mr and Mrs A. L. Johnson have had as their guests, Mr,Johnson's mother, Mrs Josephinetfohnson of Amboy and his sister, Mrs James Rose of New York City. Mr and Mrs John W. Cook, Carmen and Donovan are visiting the former's mother at Maryville, Missouri. Mr and Mrs S. P. Powers have returned from a two week visit with their son, Dr. Robert Powers and family at Bement, 111. Their daughter Kay and family, the Thomas O'Connors of Baltimore, Maryland, are vacationing here. Early Sunday morning .callers at the A. E. Anderson home were Mr and Mrs Harry Warburton and daughter Ruth of Billings, Montana. They were enroute to visit Harry's mother, Mr and Mrs J. F. Whalen in Des Moines. The A. C. Schissel family have gone to their cottage on Spirit Lake for the rest of the summer. Gunnar Springis was brought back to the Burdette Hoeppner home Friday after a week at t^>" Buffalo Center hospital. A week ago Thursday Gunnar was riding on a tractor driven by Jerry Lunn and his leg was badly cut when he became entangled in the powei'take off. Both boys are working this summer for Mr Hooppner. Mr and Mrs Carl Garrett are visiting relatives at St. Louis, Mo., July 3 to the 9th. The Messers and Mesdames Ray Albers, Herman Jutting and Carl Geiv.ema attended the 25th wedding anniversary 1 of Mr and Mrs Ted Albers at Buffalp Center, Tuesday night. , Maurice Blome of Schilling Air Force Base at Salina, Kan., is spending a ten day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Blome. Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson and two children visited theh respective parents Monday until Wednesday. Roger is employed in a dairy farm at Storm Lake. Allan Smith returned to Great Lakes Training station last Thursday. His uncle, LeRoy Estle, took him to Ames to take his train. Richard Smith was a business visitor at Iowa City Tuesday. He has now returned to his Navy duties at Jacksonville, Florida. He and his brother Allan had been called home by the sudden death of their father Emory Smith. Mrs Richard Smith and little daughter remained here with Mrs Emory Smith. Mr Earnest Wortman has been confined to bed the past week with a series of infections, but seemed to be improving by tha last of the week. Mr and Mrs Hilmar Hanson attended a Hanson family reunion at Blue Earth June 28. Mr and Mrs Edgar Inlay and four children of Whittier, Calif., were calling on friends here tho past week. They were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena the 4th. The Inlay family lived here several years when Mr Inlay was editor of the Lakota Record. This is their first visit since, they left about 8 years ago. Mrs Orville Hartwell and family of Albert Lea were guests of the Guy Beemers several days this week. Miss Donna Hippen of Mankato came to her home Wednesday and remained until Sunday when she returned to continue her studies at the Mankato Business College. The Robert Hamilton family returned home Friday fr&m their cottage on the Mississippi where they had spent the past week. Mrs C. C. Gerzema went to the John Bruns home at Buffalo Center, Sunday, to stay with her mother, Mrs Johanna Frerichs for the afternoon. Harry Studer, Wesley, Weds Colorado Girl wedding of the former couple's son, Harry Studer and Nancy Lee Angus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh ( Angus of Colorado Springs. They were married at 3 p.m. at Pauline Chapel. The bride is a graduate of Colorado Springs high school and is employed at Alexander Film Studios. Her husband graduated from St. Joseph's Parochial school at Wesley and from St. Lawrence College high school at Mount Calvary, Wis. and from St. John's University Collcgeville, Minn., and also from the Gregorian university, Rome Italy. He is currently serving with the U. S. Air Force at Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado. The young couple were attended by Jo Ann Angus, sister of the bride and Roger Studer, brother of the groom. Immediately after the wedding a reception was held at the N.'C.O.. club for 50 guests. Rev. John Kelchan of Colorado Springs performed the ceremony. He attended the North American College in Rome with Harry Studer. A Cabin Vacation Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen spent last week at' their cabin at Pequot Lake, Minn. Their daughters: Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt and four children of Garner and Mr and Mrs Erwin Wiltgen Thursday, July 11, 19S7 Algona (la.) Upper DM 111 the past month entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, . Sunday,. July 7 for gal! bladder surgery. Mr and Mrs Robert GiddingS and son of Brookf(old, 111., spent July 3-7 with his father, Gordon Gicidings and with her mother, Mrs Henrietta Bowman of Algona and the Cliff Carlson family. of Algona wore also vacationing at the cabin. Honor Ex-Wesleyans A- family gathering was held at the Ivan Johnson home Sunday. June 30, in honor of Mr and Mrs Bill Titus of Garden Grove, Cal. Guests were Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson and Bob; Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and two sons; Mr and Mrs Clem Erlander and Junie of Algona; Mr and Mrs Jess Hill and Wally of Algona; Mr and Mrs Milton Hinders and children of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs John Smith; Mr and Mrs Jack Smith and three sons. Saturday night, June 29, the Wesloyans and Mr and Mrs Titus attended the wedding of Mrs Titus' son, Paul Rapp and Phyllis Paul at the St. Paul Lutheran church at Garner. The reception was held in the church parlors. ( The young couple will live in 'California. Pastor, Wife Honored Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones were honored at a reception and pot luck supper at the church parlors Thursday evening, July To Have Surgery Betty Hauptman who has been THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY (This Feature on at 10:15 A.M.) Wesley — Mr and Mrs Joe Studer, Joan Kay, Roger, Thomas and John, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer and Mr and Mrs Frank "Wellik Jr., Michael and Terry of Britt drove to Colorado Springs, Colo., last week where on Sunday, June 30th they attended the RIuQNft NOW PLAYING Through Friday See Iowa's Own JOAN SE^ABERG — The "CINDERELLA GIRL" Of The Year 1 ... IOWA SHOWING ? JEAN As The Maid 0f Orlean?V* ., m GEORGE BERNARD SHAWS "! ,' f^ '• *••• : iL ;•' •"'•• '.-''M'' Saint Joan RICHARD WIDMARK »• RICHARD TODD,. - OTTO PREMINGER. First Time on Hie Morion Picture Screen! DRIVE-IN Theatre SUNDAY and MONDAY Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi and Mr Con SchilU, Mrs H. K. Lampu visited Mr F. X. Wilhelmi at Rochester the past week. Mrs Wilhelmi is with him at Rochester. Mr and Mrs Ed Goche attended funeral services in Cedar Rapids Wednesday for Mrs Mildred Marks, former Bancroft resident who passed away suddenly at her home. Mrs Marks was born Mildred Earnest, former Bancroft residents and spent her childhood here. Cpl. John McGuire of Calumet, Mich, came Saturday when he was called by the accident to his 9 year old sister. Mr and Mrs COD Schiltx are the parents of a daughter born Saturday at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Ruinhard Potthoff who are spending several months here from California have rented WHY DID MAMIE STOVER HAVE TO LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO Caoght in a hot *pot that keeps getting hotterl JANE RUS8EU RICHARD I6AN tt-lKnfel JOAN LESLIE TERRY MOORE FRANK LOVEJOY AGNES MOOUHEAb MOWl'Mlf Ollt/XI CINEMASCOPE* He's today's teenager •the sensation-star •of 'East of Eden* in another sensation rolel FROM WARNER BROS. \ IN C|NEMASCOP£ ANoWARNERCOUOR- NATALIE WOOD.™ SAL MINED - PLUS THIS BONUS HIT (Shown At 8:50 Only) MAMIE VAN OOREN - KEENAN WYNN Mrs Cliff Anfinson observed her' birthday July 4th. A barbecue dinner party in her honor was held that evening at the Anfinson farm home. Guests were Donnn Dienstadt of Fresno, Cal.,. Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson and family nnd Mr and Mrs Swede Atwell nnd family and Ed Anfinson all of Clarion. SATURDAY — ONE DAY ONLY — (Maiinee at 2 P.M.) . •>., RALPH RICHARDSON ;:v;JOHNMcCAl.LUM • "CHIPS" RAFFERTY JECHNICOIOR PLUS This Exciting Western "THE QUIET GUN" Wilh Forresl Tucker SIGN UP NOW FOR THE BIG We Want Talent! AMATEUR ACTS OF ANY KIND Cowboy Singin' . . . Song and Dance . . . Tap Dancin' . . . Sister Acts Instrument Acts . . . Anything U Can Do Write, Call on or Phone LOUIS BARTLETT (Phone Tike 17) Now As Chairman of the Indian Days "Amateur Talent Show", Mr Bartlett Will Assign You to a Spot on the Program, to be held the evening of Tuesday, July 30. Prizes awarded by Audience Applause Rating. Don't Wait I I I If You Have An Act, Contact Mr Barltett Now Other "Indian Days" Features BIG STREET STREET SPORTS DOZENS OTHER PARADE PROGRAM FEATURES Indian Days Celebration At Titonka! MONDAY & TUESDAY-JULY 29 and 30 I 1 "*"^^b l^^l ••BOB

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