The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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(le.) Upptr t>»i Melnei Thunday, April 29, 1965 Wed Here Recently A double ring ceremony held at 2:30 April 4 in the Presbyterian church, Algona, united in marriage Carol Ann Markovetz of Des Moines, daughter of Mrs. William Markovetz of Algona and the late William Marko- vetfc, and Pvt. Michael E. Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon of Bancroft. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Walter F. Morz. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Archie Hoyt of Cresco. Organist was Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and Susan Jones was soloist. Attending the bride were the maid of honor, Alice Patterson, Anna Dixon, Mary Andera, and Monica Marhoul was Junior bridesmaid. Attending the groom, who was dressed In uniform, were Edward Mayland, best man, Dennis Schiltz, Jack Hendrlchsen and Joel Klassen was junior groomsman. Ushers were Jerry Andera and Duane Diers. A reception for 175 guests following the ceremony was held in the dining room of the church. Mrs. Johnnie Haugstad and Mrs. Jim rule Keck poured punch. WHY WAIT? NOW IS THE TIME TO PLAN THAT DREAM HOUSE YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED If You Are Planning to BUILD-REMODEL-REPAIR It Will Pay You to Give Us a Call ESTIMATES FREE TIETZ CONSTRUCTION Co Phone 110 Butt, Iowa Mrs. Joe Anders and Mrs. William Morrill cut and served the wedding cake. Serving the bridal table were Barb Becker and Bonnie Vestweber. Other waitresses were Barb Deitz, Diane Markovetz and Connie Frankhauser. Mrs. Edward Mayland was dining room hostess. Presiding over the coffee service were Mrs. Paul Ahern and Carolyn Vail. Mrs. Clarence Marhoul attended the guest book and Mrs. Jack Davis was gift hostess. Opening the gifts were Mrs. Bill Grant, Mrs. Don Erdman, Mrs. Glenn Wlegand and Mrs. Bob Reiken. Following the reception, the couple took a short wedding trip to Rockford, 111. For her going- away outfit the bride chose a yellow suit with black and white accessories. The bride is an Algona high school graduate and a graduate of Mason City Junior college. She has been employed for the past year in the medical records department of Mercy hospital, Des Moines. The groom received his education in Bancroft and Swea City high school. He is stationed at Fort Gordon Georgia, and returned to post a few days after the wedding. The bride will continue to work in Mercy hospital until she can go with her husband following a period of Infantry training. The bride was honored at four pre-nuptial showers. Riverdale 4-H Unit 2 Meets Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met April 10 in the St. Joe school hall. Michelle Thilges led the 4-H pledge and Joan Reding led the pledge to the Flag. A demonstration, "Painting, staining, and natural wood finishes", was given by Vicky McGuire, Michelle Thilges, Joan Reding and Elizabeth Zelmet. An illustrated talk, "Correct Personal Accessories", was given by Elizabeth Zeimet and Jane McGuire. As a special activity Michelle Thilges and Elizabeth Zeimet brought and told about their hobbles. Guests included Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Edwin Thilges, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, and Mrs. Milford Plathe. Reporter is Michelle Thilges. "JOHN GOLDFARB PLEASE COME HOME" Starting Sunday at the Algona Theatre TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder Women of Titonka Woman's Club who attended the County Federation of Woman's Club at Burt April 10 were Mrs. Henry Orthel, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. Mary Budlong' and Mrs. Bonno Schutter. Kathleen Eden, student at Ames, was at the parental Erwin Eden home over Easter. Homo from winter vacations in Florida, Arizona and California are Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, Hazel and Edith Budlong and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oesterreicher, respectively. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY APRIL 29 - MAY 1 TOO BIG TO LEAVE GO' H& the game that separates the girls and the boys...into groups of two! FRAME tan • ANNEIIE FUHICEILO • DEBORAH WALIEK • HARVEY LEMBECK JOHN ASHLEY • JODY Me CREA • DONNA LOREN • MARIA KRISIEN • LINDA EVANS _-,: co (tarring BOBBI SHAW • DON RICKLES • PAUL IYNDE BUSIER KEATON • EARL WILSON •l BIG DROP ii BUUHS »nd c»m«o NO "BUCK NITE" THIS THURSDAY -PLUS- FIRST RUN SHOWING I -PLUS- 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION - $1.00 CHILDREN FREE HE HAD THE POWER TO SEE THROUGH CLOTHES- FLESH... 01 WALLS! mm of m INTCBMTIOKAI SCIENCE FICTION iwi WHO'S WINNING ? Not Shirley MacLaine and Richard Crenna, Judging from the expressions on their faces in this scene from the 20th Century-Fox comedy in ClnemaScope and De Luxe color, "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Peter Ustinov is also starred. BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. - o ARE CONFIRMED Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Studer, and Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arend, were confirmed at St. Cecelia Catholic church Tuesday evening. Mrs. Arend was sponsor for Diane and Linda Buscher was sponsor for Deborah. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buscher were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Studer after the rites. - o - CLUBS MET The February circle of the Methodist church met April 22 with Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. Mrs. Lora Raney entertained her . Tuesday club April 20. Mitel''' Elmer Kelley was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday. - o SERVICE GUILD The Wesleyan Service Guild met April 26 for a 6:30 dinner served by the April WSCS circle Zelda Reid was in charge of devotions and Helen Saiter gave the lesson. Mrs. Glenn Graham is president. - o - ANNUAL MEETING The sixteenth annual meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist church of the North Iowa conference will be held April 28 at Webster City. Coffee hour will be at 8:30 a.m. M-D BANQUET The Presbyterian Mothers and Daughters banquet will be held April 28 In Fellowship hall. - o - METHODIST DINNER The Methodist Mothers and Daughters banquet will be held April 29 at 6:15. Mrs. Don Nelson is general chairman. - o CLASS DINNER The Spanish class of adult education met for dinner Monday night at Mrs. Richard Schneider's. The meal was cooked by Mrs. Adolfo Franco and Mrs. Manuel Febles and Spanish foods were served. In attendance were Mrs. L. J. Nemmers of Bancroft, Lucy Brabec, Corwith, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Father Mason of Gar, rigan, Wipiam Droessler, Janet Walden, Father Higgins, Bancroft, and Mrs. Carl Nelson. - o SETTLERS CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe J. Mawdsley were hosts to the Settlers Club Saturday evening at dinner. Other members are Messrs and Mesdames Fred Geigel, Ray Potter, John Cash, Chester Schoby, Milton Norton, Alfred Schenck and Ray McWhorter. - o - ATTEND BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund and several other couples went to Des Moines Friday to attend the 20 year affiliation with the Pioneer company banquet which was held that evening. SUN. - WED. MAY 2 - 5 put a fence In front of these men...and they'll climb it... put a wall in front of them...and they'll tunnel under It... put a risk in front of them...and they'll take It... put a great adventure on the screen and yoj will never forget It! nu MIRISCH COMPANY MINUS STEVE MCQUEEN JAMES GARNER RICHARD ATTENBORQUGH :r s "THE GREAT ESCAPE" JAMES DONALD CHARLES BRQN50N DONALD PLEA« JAMES - PLUS SECOND THRILLINO HIT I •7^ GEROllWOl - PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS - SORORITY MET Katie Anderson was hostess to the Xi-Xi chapter in the Algonquin room of the Colonial motel April 20. Mrs. Chester Schoby showed slides of her trip abroad. The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi held their spring banquet April 23 at the Country Club. - o ENGAGED TO WED Mrs. Lewis Kent of Algona has announced the engagement of her daughter, Margaret Anne, to Seaman apprentice John H. Hilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hilton of Alma, Ga. Miss Kent is employed in the Justice Department in Washington, D.C. Mr. Hilton is stationed at the Anacostia Naval yard there. The wedding will take place in August. Special Music Program Set At Burt School BURT - Residents in the area have a treat in store for them in the near future, The Algona Barber shoppers will present a concert at the Burt school gym at 8 p.m. May 6. On the program will be numbers loved by adults as well as by the younger people, all presented by singers well-known by everyone in the area. - o - Easter supper and evening guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer were Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and family,• Marcus, and Mr. and Mrs. Euclaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson arrived home the end of the week from Citra, Fla. where they had visited some time with their daughter, Joyce and family, the W. J. Crosbys. Paul Hasse, Howard (Swede) Batt, Larry Westling and Ernie Lavrenz were in Mason City Monday night where they took examinations required to umpire baseball. The playhouse given away at Lovstad Market Saturday was won by Cari Calbreath, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreajji; Monday dinner guests of Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neona were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brand, Hollandale, Minn, and Mrs. Alma Gelhaus, Ledyard. Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht, Lakota, was an evening caller. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and J. D. were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Struthers and family, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ludwig and sons, Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Simmons, West Bend, Ann Ludwign, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Struthers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Struthers, all of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armanda and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott. Larry Hinckley left April 28 from Des Moines for Columbus, Ohio where he will attend *a training school under the Western Electric company for a period of four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Newman and daughter moved Thursday to a home at Irvington. Richard Johnson, Burt principal, attended an all-day meeting along with other area principals at Fort Dodge Thursday sponsored by the State Department of Instruction. Principal Richard Johnson and MOVIE CLOCK THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Two On A Guillotine", 7:25 - 9;40. SATURDAY MATINEE atl:30- "Flying Dueces", - Plus 6 color cartoons, _ SUNDAY - "John Gpldfarb Please Come Home" t - 1:30 •> 3:20- 5:15-7:25-9:35. MONDAY AND TUESDAY "John Goldlarb Please Come Home", . 7:15 - 9:25. ALGONA SAT,, MAY 1 MATINEE ONLY I LAUREL end HARDY «*> in "» "THE FLYING DEUCES" Plyi 6 Color Cartoons ADMISSION - 75c CHILDREN - 35? Student Council officers Patsy Zwiefel, Robert Ortman, Boyd Bristow and Mary Harms attended an all-day meeting of the North Central District Student Council Convention at Algona Tuesday. Mrs. Walter Campney entered Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday and underwent minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockvrood spent several days last week at Lake of the* Ozarks. When it comes to housing for people, we're the experts. We've financed a lot of homes; (And a lot of back yards for little girls and bjrd houses.) Why not come in today and let us tell you .abput our complete home loan service? All AmuiiH Pwlly InturW to 110,000 Saw From Tto T«nth — lira From Tht Flrtl 4% Currtnt Earnings SINCI 1917 - ALGONA, IOWA HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Ends Sat. "TWO ON A GUILLOTINE" ALGONA SUN. thru TUES. May 2-4 "At Last It's Here!" From Girl RpporterTb Potentate's Favorite^!s MadiiNe FUNNiesLJuRNiNG A HaRem INTO BeotSM- aND iue sc&eeN INTO A wiip WHIRL OF wacky FUN! NOW YOU CAN Sii IT - UNCUT, UNCHANGED I -—PIUS COlOi CARTOON-

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