The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1965 · Page 6
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.1 UpfWt DM Maine* thwrtdey, November 4, 1965 Linda Froehlich, Algona, Weds Donald M. Besch Linda Terese Froehlich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froehlich, Algona, and Donald M. Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Besch, LuVerne, were married Oct. 30 at 10 a. m. In St. Benedict's Catholic church, with Fr. Nicholas Ruba officiating at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs. Stella Eischen and Thomas and James Froehlich Charles Arndorfer and Richard Eischen were altar boys. The bride was attired In a floor-length wedding gown fashioned of peau de sole, with a fitted bodice and lily point sleeves. Jeweled Chantilly lace accented the batteau neckline, the midriff was snug, with the sclssor- pleated front swinging to fullness in the back and a chapel-length train. The waist -length pure silk illusion veil was held by a crown of pearls and aurora borealls. She carried red and white roses on a white prayer book. Matron of honor was Judy ' RflfcfeftWeyet; bridesmaid was , -Virginia Hudspeth, bestman Francis Besch, groomsman Robert Hudspeth and ushers were Pete Besch and James Rosenmeyer. A wedding dinner for 125 guests was held at noon, followed by a reception from 2-4 p. m. at the K. C. hall. Margid Froehlich and Cathy Besch were in charge of the guest book, Mrs. Josie Kunkel and Mrs. Josephine Curran cut the cake, Mrs. Bonnie Arndorfer and Mrs. Alice Froehlich poured, Marilyn Plathe, Joyce Arndorfer and Mary Ellen Ludwig were in charge of gifts and Ton! Tucker, Paula Fischer and Beverly Besch served as waitresses. The new Mrs. Besch is a graduate of Garrigan high school. He also graduated from Garrigan and is in the National Guard. They are living on a farm near LuVerne. 5-GENERATIONS Mrs. Matilda Olry, 80 of Oen- ison, visited in Council' Bluffs with family members last month who represent five generations. Youngest is her great-great granddaughter. Lisa Ann Shea • of Maryville, m*He¥*aauglfter is Mrs, L. E. Under wood. Council Bluffs; granddaughter,Mrs.Paul Ostronic of Council Bluffs; and great-grandson, Mike Shea of Maryville, Mo. Sexton Mother Visits Son At Homecoming SEXTON - Nomination for proudest mother of the week would go to Mrs. Elizabeth Seller. Mrs. Seller was accompanied by her daughter Karen, son Duane and a niece from Mason City on a trip to Notre Dame, Indiana for the weekend. They were the guests of Mrs. Seller's youngest son, Paul, for Homecoming festivities at Uie university where he is a meml«r of the football team, After a recent Look magazine article's description of how difficult it is to be picked to receive a scholarship to this school this whole community might feel a certain pride In tliis young man's ability to win a four-year athletic scholarship. Although football Is a long way off another young couple must have been proud of their son this week. Stephen Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Arndorfer was baptized this Sunday with his grandparents, Mrs. Art Klein and Sylvester Arndorfer as sponsors. Attending a Sunday dinner in the young man's honor were Joe Arndorfer, Mrs. Veronica Roethler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reding, Brenda and Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Licktelg, Pam and Joe. Mrs. Everett Steven and Mrs. Russel Walker acompanled Ray Cunningham to DesMoines where they Joined Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Claude Ruark at Veteran's Auditorium. This was the setting for a three-day convention of the Eastern Star in Iowa highlighted by the pageantry, flowers, music and formal dress so enjoyed by the ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach received word last week their grandson, Tommy Taylor, son of the L. Taylors of Roy, Utah, has been accepted at a mountain top school hospital near Tucson, Ariz, which is sponsored by the Presbyterian church for children critically ill with asthmatic conditions. Tommy will enter Nov. 8 and can be visited only every four months and other than stamps and stationery will be allowed to receive gifts only at Christmas and on his birthday'. The children are accepted for a two-year term of treatment in the hope they can be returned to their homes to live a normal life at the end of that time. The Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Ail AccoonN Fully ln»ur*d fe flQ.009 Save From The 15th — Earn From The First 4% Current SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA flf *• «*J U«n Fw#Ktottoi, Spocwar of Thu Adv*rtiiMmnl in Look and Soturdoy Evwiin? Port Taylor family spent two weeks vacation here this summer. Former Sexton residents keep turning up as celebrities! For instance, didn't Wilford Ward of Norway, la. look most important in the Mason City paper, showing installation of state officers of the Odd Fellows Lodge ? Wilford is the new grand warden for the coming year. A few residents got in some visiting before our nice weather turns into winter. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach spent a day at the Leo Mimbach? in Renwick and Mrs.JoeNamerspentThurs- day at the Mimbach home. Mrs. Roger Anderson and family of West Bend visited Saturday at the Art Hix home. Mrs. Clarence Huff made a trip to Mallard, but with so many relatives to see didn't have time to look up Tom Arndorfer or Bill Wermer- sen families, former Sexton residents. The Sexton Friendly Club met at the home of Marion Mains with the passing of baby pictures to be guessed resulting in a very lively roll call. The younger members of the club were amazed at how old their baby pictures look but the biggest surprise came after a number had correctly guessed one member's picture only to have her admit she couldn't find her own so brought her husband's. You've heard of married couples growing to look alike after many years but this is ridiculous f Two prospective new members joining the group for the afternoon were Mrs. Jack Wederquist and Mrs. Kenny Pruisman. Visiting were a former member, Mrs. Everett Steven and Mrs. Mains' mother, Mrs. Roy Smith of Algona. The November meeting will be a week early at the home of Mrs. Clarence Huff. Mrs. Nell Opheim had a welcome surprise Sunday when her sister-in-law and family, the Larue Johnsons of staples, Minn., came calling. Sexton continues to keep up its claim anything can be found here that can be found anyplace. Craig Steven, son of the Everett Stevens, is upholding the honor this time. An interest in the rocks in which the area abounds, induced him to try splitting one and he hit the jackpot. Inside is a large well-preserved fossil specimen of a snail. He has shown it to his class during their study of fossils at school for his teacher couldn't believe his claim of finding one along the road at Sexton. Perhaps he should have it measured by an expert and then Sexton could finally put up a road sign as the home of the state's largest snail fossil. Open House Is Planned For Titonka Couple TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies will be honored at an open house on their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary at their home Sunday Nov. 7. A cordial invitation is extended to all relatives and friends. Hosts are their daughter and son-in- law, the Robert L.Stevens, Minneapolis. - o - Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and Louis entertained Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman, Algona, and sive survival training at the Jungle Training Camp in South America. Their main goal 16 to translate the Bible for tribes The Dale Carnegie Course Dale Carnegie Will Be Offered In ALGONA BEGINNING SOON 10 Dr. and Mrs. Paul Koppes and family of Hastings, Minn, at a birthday dinner Sunday. It was Mrs. Dreesman's birthday. Two babies were baptized at morning services in Titonka Methodist church Sunday. They were Robert Elmer Gerdis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gerdis, and Tod Michael Heifner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heifner. The Harold Wibbens are parents of a son born Oct. 22 at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. He weighed 7 Ibs., 14 oz. and has been named Edward Dennis. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher spent two weeks with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Manford Rice, Iowa City. Mrs. Cleo Nelson recently spent a few days vacation with her son, Ronald in San Francisco. Mr. Nelson came through Titonka by car, returning from a business trip to new York; Mrs. Nelson went by car with him, returned home later by plane. In Play Cast Mary Ann Erpelding of Algona is a member of the cast of Shakespeare's comedy, "The Taming of the Shrew", which will be offered in the Ottumwa Heights College auditorium this Friday afternoon and evening. JUNGLE MISSIONARIES Mary Ellen Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huck, Waverly, and her husband, Don will leave this month to spend the next five years with a primitive tribe in the jungles of a Philipine island as lay missionary workers. 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