The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 16
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6-Aloena (la.) Upper Dei MeinM thor»doy, May 6, 1965 Wesley C.D.A. Gets Slate Of New Officers WESLEY - C.D.A. he! da meeting Tuesday evening, April 27. Sister Ralph showed two films. The group voted to give $25 to the St. Joseph parochial school library. Hazel Studer, Grand Regent, announced that Beatrice Hildman Is planning to drive to Dubuque and join the two day tour to Lady of Snow, Bellevue, m. In August or early September and would take passesgers. Clara Erdman, chairman of the nominating committee, presented a slate of officers eligible for a& elective office at the May 25 meeting. Barbara Licktelg gave a short talk on the Catholic church in Mexico which she observed while she and her husband were on a trip to Mexico last year. 500 andbridgp were played with Linda Flaherty, Francis Weber, Viola Studer and Mary Oesterr- elcher winning prices. Mrs. Ruth Schranth received the lucky pri?e. - o - GETS CITATION Frank Bleich, manager of the Farmers Cooperative Society, was one of a group of managers, who was presented a citation recently for sponsorship of a statewide savings bond campaign last fall. They were aJso presented Treasury Citations for their participation In the "Save Your Harvest in Bonds" campaign. COLLECT $188 $188.05 was collected in the recent cancer drive, Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Wesley, chairman, reported. Workers were Mes- "The Caddy and "You're Never too Young 0 are Featured on Special Martin & Lewi* Double-Bill starting at Algona Theatre Sun. SUN. thru WED. r MAY 9 -11 SURPRISE IN SUSPENSE ...as Hay ley's holiday becomes an electrifying adventure! Walt Disney presents PLUS SECOND FEATURE " A scandalous romance between a ihrlll-huntlng heiress and a notorious man of mystery I GARY ^ GRACE GRANT KELLY in ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S TOCflTCHATHIEF JESSIE ROYCE LANWS-JOHN WILLUUS • ALFRED HITCHCOCK-JOHN MOAEL HAYES ft^^iif PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 P. M. ADMISSION: $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 YRS. FREE YOUR LUCKY ENTERTAINMENT NUMBER 295-7171 I DIDN'T KNOW THE GUN WAS LOADED! Dean Martin anxiously awaits an explanation from Jerry Lewis as to why he was shot In the eye In this scene from "You're Never Too Young." which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre along with "The Cnddy," another Martin and Lewis hit. In "You're Never Too Young." Dean portrays a handsome teacher at an all girls school and Jerry plays a dlm-wltted barber's apprentice who masquerades as an 11-year-old and gets Into all sorts of hilarious trouble. In "The Caddy," Dean and Jerry portray two fun-filled fellows who would rather play golf than work. dames Marie Bleicli, Kate Seller, Emma Olson, Margaret Root, Marie Doughan, Justine Becker, Joan Fox, Sara Raney, Myrtle Lease and Ruth Anfinson. Helen Johnson was Mrs. Meurer's assistant. Mrs. Ruth Anfinson is south Kossuth County president and Mrs. Lease is secretary. - o - TO GET DEGREES Wesley young folks receiving college degrees this year include Louisa Skow in textiles, Ames; Alan Jordan In business management, Drake University, Des Moines; Paul Pfeffer, accounting, State University, Iowa City; Glenda Gabrielson and Joyce Paulson in education at State College, Cedar Falls. - o The Gayle Studers of Algona and the Bud Hauptmans of Bancroft, former Wesley folks, attended the May 1 wedding of their nephew and cousin, Larry L. Lang, Jr. and Vicki Marie Ezarski of Corwith at Mason City. The groom's mother is the former Ethel Haverly, daughter of the late J. L. Haverly s of V/esley. She is a sister of Mary Lou Studer and June Hauptman. The bride's parents are the Joe J. Ezarskis of Corwith. Kay Hilbert began work April 26 in the Security National Bank in Los Angeles. Following two weeks there as teller she will work in a new bank there. She is sharing an apartment with Betty Ricke, daughter of the LeRoy Rickes, who is employed in the National Safety office. Mesdames Mary Bode, Mary Blumel, Hazel and Maud Studer, Margaret Root, Clara Erdman, THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 6 - 8 2 BIG FIRST RUN FEATURES THURSDAY IS "BUCKNITE" - THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 /4A#> PAUQUTtR WOULD X£ RIVE-IN 1— VIES Coleen and Sally Studer, Marie Lickteig, Rita Youngwirth, Erma Kunz and Father R. W. Phillips, who is moderator, attended the Northeast D.E.C.W. Deanery meeting at Ayreshire April 28. Local officers of the W.S.C.S. plan to attend an officers training school in the Garner Methodist church May 11. The Phillip Goetz family attended the wedding of his niece, Donna Trenary to Tim Vipond, April 24 in Corwith. Mary Ann Goetz was bridesmaid, Jean Goetz had charge of the guest book and Mark Goetz was one of the mass servers. Officers and past grand regents of the local C.D.A. who were guests of the Algona ladies April 26, Included Mesdames Hazel Studer, Maud Studer, Clara Erdman, Justine Becker, Ella Harris, Mildred Arndorfer, Marilyn Lickteig, Eleanor Rlcke and Marie Lickteig. Yo Yo club met April 28 In Methodist church parlors. Ralph Schipulls and H.E.Hemmingsens were hosts. A film on Michigan Vacation Resorts was shown by Chas. Nygaard and Richard Smith. Mrs. Richard Madsenwas elected president, Theron Hansen, vice-president, and GeoDet- mering sec'y-treas. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weir spent April 24-25 with their daughter and family, the Albert Jondells in Des Moines. Mrs: Otto Henderson and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard attended a Mason City district conference of Methodist women at Webster City April 28. There were 750 women in attendance. Bishop James Thomas of Des Moines was speaker. Rev. H. U. and Mrs. Smith left April 26 for a three week visit with two of their sons, Rev. John Smith of Austin, Texas, and Frank Smith of Garden Grove, Cal. and their families. The Methodist churches of Corwith and Wesley will have substitute speakers for two Sundays. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson took their daughter Joyce back to Cedar Falls Monday and visited relatives in Sheffield en- route home. Joyce will graduate in June from Teachers College. Mrs. Henry Engstrom, Mrs. Johanna Hansen and Hannah Nelson of Algona spent Monday with Mrs. Fred Seefeld and helped her celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madsen went to Des Moines April 26 to attend a Methodist meeting at Vets auditorium and to participate in a march from the re to the new Methodist headquarters building where consecration services were held. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson spent April 25-26 at Spirit Lake with their daughter and family, the Paul McNeills. The Mothers Day Mass will be said Saturday, May 8, at 8' o'clock in St. Josephs Catholic church. Rolls and coffee will be served in the parish hall. Mrs. Viola Studer spent Thursday in Mason City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dolgetty. The senior class play of Corwith-Wesley consolidated school, "Take Your Medicine," will be presented May 14 at Corwith. Mrs. Al Wagner left via plane April 28 for Jewett, New York, in response to a phone message that her sister Nina, Mrs. Milton Goslee was seriously ill of pernicious anemia. Mrs. Goslee, an accomplished musician, was reared in Wesley and is a daughter of the late Ben Felts. The baby boy born April 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis West was baptized April 25 in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father R. W. Phillips and was named Daniel PA nam3d Daniel Patrick. The infant's uncle Bill Kunz, and aunt, Mary Carol West were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester of Barron, Wls. spent the April 25 weekend in Wesley and attended the wedding of his nephew, Alan Jordan and Marlene Ezarski, at Corwith. Mrs. John Lickteig fell from a stool In her home Wednesday as she was hanging curtains, and suffered a cracked and chipped bone in her right leg. She was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City. Lou Lickteig was honored at a birthday party Thursday even- Ing in the Tom Lickteig home. Other sons and daughters who attended included the Bob Llck- teigs, Algona, Ed Kenyons, Whittemore, Mrs. Teresa Berger and family, Ventura and the Albert and George Lickteigs of Wesley. August Studer was confined to his home recently with an infected knee. Mrs. LeRoy Grandgenett, Mrs. Paul Grandgenett and Mrs. Dave Youngwirth attended the C.D.A. mother-daughter banquet at St. Benedict April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Potter of Algona were business callers in Red Wing, Minn., April 29. A group of Wesleyans attended the final Parents club meeting at Garrigan April 27.The meeting featured displays of the art, homemaking and shop department, as well as a special program presented by the English and speech department. Father Con way spoke on the school bus bill. Coffee was served after the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig and Mr. and Mrs. John Muehe are members of the steering committee. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier returned April 27 from a week's visit with relatives at Bloomington, Pontiac and Peru, HI. They spent the April 25 weekend with their daughter, Francis, who teaches at Aurora, m. Mr. and Mrs. Richtsmeier visited his brothers, Clarence and Maurice Richtsmeier and their families, at Iowa Falls, Friday. John Mescher resigned his job at the creamery Saturday and will enter the armed services. John has worked at the creamery for three years and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher, Burt. Bess Connelly returned after several weeks with her daughter in Mason City where she spent several weeks in the hospital after having surgery. Word has been received here that Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torine are now visiting at the Howard Nagle home in Trimont. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Long and family, West Bend, spent Sunday at the Arthur Long home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McNertney are parents of twin daughters born April 30 at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wllhelml and Mr. and Mrs. Pat McNertney and great-grandmother, Mrs. Mausel, all of Bancroft. Mrs. Richard Menke and Janice, Mrs. Ada Dudding and Patsy, visited Mrs. Dudding's daughter, Mrs. Williams in Des Moines over the weekend. Patty Dolan, t,.Des Moines, visited friends here over the weekend. Emily McGuire and ladies from other towns close by attended N. H. C. A. State convention held at Hotel Ft. Des Moines Saturday for beauty operators. They also visited Mrs. McGuire's nephew and family, the Ed Brinks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke and Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy returned to their homes after spending the winter in Calif, with their children. Several relatives and friends attended nfheral services Saturday for Coleen Wiltse at Blue Earth. They were Monica Baker, Joseph and Wilbur Fox, ArtReu- ger family. MOVIE WEDNESDAY thru SATURDAY - "None But The Brave" 7:25 - 9:35. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30"Santa Fe Passage"; Plus 6 color cartoons. SUNDAY - "You're Never Too Young" - 1:30 - 5:00 - 8:25. "The Caddy" - 3:20 - 6:45 10:00. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "You're Never Too Young" 7:30 Only; "The Caddy" - 9:20 Only. BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman; III Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schiltz and daughters, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the Arthur Schiltz home and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Algona. ALGON Saturday May 8 MATINEE ONLY WESTERN THRILLS I "SANTA FE PASSAGE" 6 ADMISSION 75c CHILDREN 35c ENDS SAT. MAY 8 FRANK SINATRA "NONE BUT THE BRAVE" MOTHERS DAY SUNDAY, MAV G/ve HER A Mov/e A FREE LOVING CUP TO THE FIRST 50 MOTHERS ATTENDING THE SHOW SUN,, SUN. thru WED. MAY 9- 12 ALGONA llS*» WPwaTV' +K They're golfing goofs.., j v looking for the \ missing links I \ mi Dlno's dean of a girl's school. Jerry's the class clown. / UVMH ,n tJftRtJflW IREED-BWES! m imaARK Predundbt OncMbi PAUL JONES • NORMAN TAUROG EDMUND HARTMANNurfDANNY ARNOLD AAUnnil DUoiM h Swy I* Otm ImU KEN ENGLUNO s« v .Hu K »KHiyW. n ». / ^ -^ -^K. — I NEVER T00| VOUiVG/ J —• *. DIANA p IVNN «| LI I ill NINA FOCH I TECHNICOLOR' -RAYMOND BURR- *—„ PAUL JONES h NORMW TAUROO • ***** N SIDNEY SHELDON rt ly • fw. 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