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4 Ex-Vfesleyans Attend Iowa Picnic, Calif. WESLEY - Two former Wesley residents, Betty Rae Ricke and Audrey Kay Hilbert, attended the annual Iowa Picnic in Long Beach, Calif., August 7. Miss Ricke said attendance this year was exceptionally good. Miss Ricke also termed the program outstanding, with the featured attraction the National Band of New Zealand which performed. Miss Ricke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ricke of Wesley, is on the staff of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the National Safety Council accident prevention brochures and posters In southern California. Miss Hilbert, whose parents are Mr, and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert of Wesley, is chief teller in the Los Angeles Music Center Branch of the Security First National Bank. - o - SCHOOLS OPENING Corwith-Wesley schools will open August 24. Garrigan at Algona and St. Joseph's at Wesley will open August 30 with a half day on the 30th and on the 31st. Sister Anthony Marie, who will arrive August 23, will teach first and second grades; Sister Agatha, who is here, will teach third and fourth; Mrs. Monson will again teach fifth and sixth; Sister Ralph, who is here, will again teach seventh and eighth grades. - o - SHOWER HONORS Janice Leek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garel Leek was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Monday evening August 16 in the parlors of the Evangelical Free church. She will become the bride of Tom Long of Algona, August 24, at the Baptist church in Corwith. - o - James Harper, who was principal of the Wesley grade school 1960-1962 now teaches in West Branch, where the celebration was held August lOhonor- ing the 91st birthday of Herbert Hoover. Mr. Harper was coordinator of events and very busy for weeks before that date. His duties were to arrange transportation for important guests, parking facilities, luncheon and afternoon program. There were 22,000 per sons present. Mrs. Calvin Meinecke and sons of Jamaica visited her parents, the N. F. Webers, Thursday. The two older sons, Steve and Mark stayed for a longer visit. Mrs. Gary Elliot and children accompanied her neighbor, Mrs. Meinecke on the trip. Mrs. R. c. Bauer accompanied her son, Ralph Bauer and family, to Omaha, Nebr., Saturday, where she boarded a plane for Danville, Calif, to spend a week with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Will Clements and children. Mrs. Bauer's granddaughter, Debbie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer, will return with her following several weeks visit with her uncle and aunt and family. Kevin Ostercamp, son of the Geo. Ostercamps, had a tonsillectomy at the Britt hospital Wednesday. Michelle; daughter of the Cletus Studers, had a hernia operation there the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin of Cass Lake, Minn, were Thursday dinner guests of former neighbors, the Albert Lickteigs. The former Wesleyans also visited relatives in the Irvington area. Dairy cows from the registered Holstein herds of Forrest Rasmussen and Sons have been listed in an official production testing report from the Holstein Friesian Association for their production performance. THURS. thru SAT., AUG. 19 - 21 "BUCKNITE" THURSDAY THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 JOHN WAYNE in Samuel Bromton'f CIRCUS BIG JOHN. at his ROUGHEST and TOUGHEST ...Controlling a "Wild" daughter becomes tou than running a WILD W£ST CIRCUS! wftb "PINK \ PANTHfK- emu •; X '"M^-^ , * ^ s tAMHouHT muAie m I /A.COLOR if • PLUS 2ND FEATURE • SIBMMT NOVflK , in ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S VERUGO iBELGEDDES SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW AT NO EXTRA CHARGE par eoone enca racers Mr. and Mrs. Boh Lickteig and children, Bobby, Evelyn and Kimberly, Algona, were honored at a farewell dinner party Friday evening at the parental Lou Lickteig home. Guests were the Ed Kenyons, Whittemore, Mrs. Teresa Berger and family, Algona and the Albert Lickteigs, Wesley. The Bob Lickteigs are moving soon to California. They are former Wesley residents and he has been employed by the K. & H. Oil Co. Mrs. Viola Studer and two daughters and two of her three sons, the Julius Kelchs, Waseca, Minn., the Everett Ackersons and Gayle Studers of Wesley and the Bill Studers of Algona enjoyed a family picnic in the city park August 8. The 8-year old twins, Dick and Diane Kelch, returned home with their folks following a week's visit with their grandmother. The Kelchs also visited relatives in Corwith. Their daughter and family, the John Galemas of Round Lake, Minn., visited the relatives here that afternoon. Ray and Edmund Otis have purchased the half section of land northeast of Wesley which they have farmed sine? 1932 and on which the Edmund Otis family have lived. It was the late Emil Wester farm. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lucas and her sister, Margaret Otis of Ames, spent the weekend in the parental Edmund Otis home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig, attended graduation exercises of Hamilton Business College Mason City, Sunday August 15. Mike was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loebig visited their son John and family at Ankeny and another son Elery and family at Ames several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith left August 9 for their home at Chicopee Falls, Mass, following a 2-week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith, and his brothers in Bode and Davenport. Mrs. James Harper, nee Beverly Looft of West Branch, called on her former neighbors, the Martin Hamiltons, one day recently. Jerry lewis in "The Family Jewels" opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre JERRY LEWIS FOUND HIMSELF A NEW GIRL - Well. Juit in the make-believe world of the movies. In his new comedy. "The Family Jewels," a Paramount release In Technicolor opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre, Jerry Introduces to the screen a new leading lady, Donna Buttcrworth. She Is a vivacious brunette, only nine years old, who was brought all the way from Hawaii to star in the film. Although she appears in almost every scene, her job seems easy when compared to Jerry's — he Is the producer and director and yet, he still has energy to portray seven different roles. Mary Sacred Heart and Sister Mary Dominica at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horan, Jim and Beth of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Charles and Minerva O'Neil of Benton, Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien of Algona were Monday dinner guests at the Edmund O'Brien's. Mr. and Mrs. Herltort Potratz drove to Carrington, No. Dak. Friday to get their son David to spend a week's vacation here. David has been commentator at station KDAK in Carrinptmi the past year. He has accepted a position with KICD, Spencer, and will start his new duties Aug. 23. A number of relatives gathered at the Herman Voigt home to help Mr. Voigt celebrate his "Gth birthday Wednesday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, Mr. andMrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, Au 9 u«t 19, 1965 Atgona (la.) Upptr DM Moln»*-7 Edward and Tom Otis, Dwight Seaberg and Edgar Meyer returned home over the weekend from 2 weeks with the National Guard at Camp Ripley, Minn. Mrs. Steve Howard and Barbara of Shenandoah spent August 9-12 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Tuesday, they and Mrs. Haynes went to Nora Springs to visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Clara Cook Benson at a rest home. Mrs. R. W. Saunche of Eau Clair spent last week at her parental Haynes home. She and her sister, Mrs. Bill Hood of Algona, spent Wednesday in Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dahlen of Milan, m. came August 11 to visit her sister, Mrs. Ray Hansen, who re-entered the Britt hospital that day for further treatment. Mrs. Percy Carlsson fell at their home August 10 and suffered a broken hip. She was taken by ambulance to the Britt hospital. SUN. thru WED., AUG. 22 - 25 ONE SHOWING ONLY AT 8:30 P. M. IT'S HERE! THE MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE EVER FILMED! WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS •BMlKlMVOTIMl METROCOLOR NO ADVANCE IN PRICES - ADM. $1,2 5 CHILDEN UNDER (12 YRS.) F-R-E-E 1 'A Female Tom Jones!" - Louetla Pariont MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE is coming! Mesdames Edna Flom, Myrtle Lease and Clara Goetz attended a county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Bancroft August 10. Mrs. Goetz won a prize for having attended from the greatest distance. The Nov. 9 meeting will be at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lang and children of Mason City were Thursday evening guests of the Gayle Studers. The women are Haverly sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Price and Randy returned to their home at Missoula, Mont. August 14 following a week's visit with his brothers, Charley and Harold Price and their families. Bobby Thul is spending a 2 weeks vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner and Marlene. Reunions Are Plentiful At Whittemore WHTTTEMORE - About 150 attended the family reunion of the late Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert Sunday in St. Michael's hall. The O'Briens held their first family reunion since 1946 at the fairgrounds in Algona. The Wetzel family reunion was held last Sunday at Clear Lake. The annual Heidenwith reunion was last Sunday in the V. F. W. hall, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. . Leo Sankey of Britt were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bell and family attended the Rabe reunion held at West Bend. Mr. andMrs. Charles Bormann went to Dubuque Friday and brought home their daughter, Sister Mary Emilie andher companion, Sister Mary Donna, for a visit at the Bormann home. Friday night the sisters, the Charles , Bormann's, Richard Bormanns of West Bend, and the Jerry Bormann family were supper guests at the Vern Bormann home. Saturday they were all guests at the Jerry Bormann home. Sunday, Rev. Maurice Bormann of Alvord and the Maurice Bormann family of LeMars joined the group at a reunion at the Charles Bormann home. The Sisters returned to Dubuque Sunday night. * * * HOME FROM TRIP Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and daughter Michaeleen returned home Friday from a nine-day educational and pleasure trip to Chicago, including the Merchandise Mart, where they saw American Indians demonstrating their ancient crafts of silverworking, weaving and pottery making. At Marina City, they viewed model apartments on the 48th floor, attended a luncheon fashion 1 show, and toured the National Design Center. They visited Fox Millinery Supply, the Board of Trade, planetarium, St. Peter's church, Berlitz School of Foreign Language, Prudential building museum, Executive House, the Parade of Homes, the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun Times, a number of stores and other places of interest. They took a cruise on Lake Michigan and the Chicago river, saw foreign ships unloading at Navy pier, and took a conducted tour of the French destroyer Boutique. They also attended "My Fair Lady" and "The Sound of Music." They also visited relatives in Chicago, Milwaukee, McGregor and Elkader. Edmund O'Brien, Eileen, Kevin, Frauciue and Danny drove to Elkader Friday where they met Mrs. O'Brien and Michaeleen to return home with them. En- route home they visited Sister Milton Espe and sons of here, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom and Rosella Volgt of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, Karon and Ken, returned Saturday evening from a week's vacation in Colorado, sponsored by the Wliittemore Coop. Elevator. Mrs. Charlotte Mergen and family left early last Monday for a two-week vacation visiting relatives In California. The annual Legion chicken barbecue supper served last Sunday was a complete success. Airman Jerry J. Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker of here, has been selected for technical training at Amarillo, Texas, as a U. S. Alrforce supply specialist. Airman Walker recently completed basic training Lackland AFB, Texas. He is a 19G2 graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona. Now In Navy WESLEY - .Mike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig, and Lou Bleich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bleich, have enlisted ffl the Navy and will leave August 24. Mike has been employed as bookkeeper in the Cylinder Farmers Elevator since completing a course at Hamilton Business College. Lou graduated frfem Garrlpan high school, Algona, last spring. Water Tower WESLEY - Work began last week on the erection of a 110 ft. water tower with a capacity of 75,000 gallons, Just south of the power house, by the 'Pittsburg Des Moines Steele Co. Lowell Erdman, who is city engineer at Decorah, Is consulting engineer on the project. Saturday, Aug. 21 MATINEE ONLY AT 1:30 THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "A High Wind In Jamaica", 7:30 Only. "Kitten" - 9:300nly. FRIDAY - FREE "Back to School Show" at 1:00 and 3:00. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30. "My Six Loves" - 6 Color Cartoons. SUNDAY - "Family Jewels" 1:30 - 3:35 - 5:40 - 7:50 - 9:50. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Family Jewels" - 7:25 - 9:30. ii DEBBIE REYNOLDS MY Six LOVES" \nCHHKOIof\ CLIFF ROBERTSON DAVID JANSSEN THE FUNNIEST FIX A GIRL EVER GOT INTO! Eileen Heckar I • Hans Conried • Mary McCarly • ' • tornCltimpKXt j3» flili wJong*CiMMWilhvnWood MMI <•*.<•• .MO >*UMV*N -fun* 'A PARAMOUNT RREASf PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ENDS SATURDAY: "KITTEN" - "A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA" SUN. thru WED. AUG. 22 - 25 CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 ...which one is the nuttiest Jerry of all? JERRY LEWI in seven hilafious gems of characterization as he helps a real doll with 30 million real dollars ^^mm^m find a real THE Dad among • ••^" FAMI JEWELS (A JERRY LEWIS PRODUCTION) TECHNICOLOR' - ADDED "PEEWEE LEAGUERS" plus Color Cartoon CO STARRING your magic servant ELECTRICITY... A Syr helps you everywhere at the lowest cost Whether powering tools . . . cooking a meal or cleaning the house . . . furnishing entertainment or light for study . . . drying your just- washed hair, or washing and drying your clothes ... heating or cooling and lighting your home .. . electricity does it at low cost. Your magic servant Electricity performs the chores of dozens of workers ... all for just pennies a day at modern low rates for electrical service . . . Low rates make it inexpensive to live the modern way, electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities

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