The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1965
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Joyce Reibhoff Bride In Des Moines, Nov. 27 4-A1»ena (la.) Upper Det Melne* T h urt day, December 16, 1965 lAtL Anniversary At Lone Rock Joyce Ann Riebhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff, West Bend, became the bride of Richard H. Rath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Rath, Logan, on Saturday, November 27, at Holy Trinity church in Des Moines. Father Frank Ostdiek officiated at the double ring ceremony. A shimmering white satin gown was worn by the bride. The dramatic bodice featured a scoop neckline and bridal point sleeves. The floating "A" line skirt was lavishly trimmed by the removable chapel train. A slim bow trimmed the back waist. Precious imported Alencon lace trimmed the bodice and floating train. An accenting waist-length mantilla crowned the bride. She carried a prayer book adorned with a cascade of Amazon lilies and ivy. The matron of honor was Mrs. Calvin Tschetter, Eagle Grove, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. David Willoughby, Waterloo, and Helen Rath, Logan, sister of the groom. Best man was Frank Weibel, Denver, Colorado. Groomsmen were David Willoughby, Waterloo, and Roger Nielsen, Brayton. Ushers were Richard Kocher, Sioux City, Dennis Lovell, Logan, and Robert Cannon, Greensfleld. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Holiday Inn. Cathy Rath, sister of the groom, served the punch. Mrs. Eunice Riebhoff, Algona, poured the coffee. The cake wan cut by Mrs. Lynn Kueck, Cedar Falls. Mrs. Tbelma Tschetter, Algona, was dining room hostess. Waitresses were Sharon Nelson, Ames, and Linda LaRue, Cedar Falls. The guest book was in charge of Melva Johnson, < < < ( Klemme. Gifts were in charge of Linda Coggshall, Nevada. The bride's personal attendant was Diane DeVries, Buffalo Center. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Algona high school and a 1965 graduate of State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. She teaches in the Des Moines schools. The groom is a November, 1965 graduate of Iowa State University, Ames. After a trip to Wisconsin and Minnesota, they are at home at 4112 Sheridan Avenue, Des Moines. Harvey Grahams Of Titonka " Wed'SO Years Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham of Titonka will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 19, with an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. in Fellowship hall at the Methodist church. A short program will be presented at 2:30 p. m. All relatives and friends are invited. The Grahams actual wedding date is Dec. 22. In S.U.I. Festival The Iowa State University Christmas music festival, Dec. 12, will have several students participating. Vern Ludwig of Algona is in the glee club, Lois Jean Hunt of Algona, Ann Carpenter of Ledyard and Candace Christiansen are in the Oratorio Chorus, and Vickl Steil of Algona is a member of the Iowa State Singers, all taking part. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" CHRISTMAS ENJOY THESE FINE, FRESH-BAKED TREATS NOW THROUGH CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKES COCONUT CRISP PEANUT BRITTLE HOME MADE BREAD BAKED FRESH DAILY Loaf FINN'S BAKERY LONE ROCK - Mr . and Mrs. Duane Habeger were host and hostess to a 40th anniversary party for her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Melford Mitchell on Wednesday night. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. L. Dlttmer, Mr. andMrs.H.Hol- mgren, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rath and Mr. andMrs.Duane Habeger. Mr. Harold Holmgren showed slides of their trip. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Bryan and Davi^Swea city, were Sunday dinner guests of the A. A. Kruegers and supper guests of the Arnold Meyers, Algona. Mr. and Mrs.CllffordMueller, Stanley, Wise., were weekend guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard. The Dclbert Blanchard family, Cedar Falls., and the Eugene Blanchard family, Spencer, were Sunday guests of their parents, the Ed Blanchardc. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan went to Woodward, Sunday to visit their daughter, Patricia. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee and Mike were Sunday dinner guests of the Kenneth Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard on Sunday. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard was hostess Friday evening for a party in honor of Mrs. Milton Madison's birthday. A Christmas cookie exchange was held also. Other guests were Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Jesse Blanchard and Mrs. Roger Jensen. The post office will be open all day Saturday Dec. 18. The December meeting of the Auxiliary met and instead of a gift exchange they gave money which amounted to $14 to Woodward for gifts there. They gave $5 for a book or books to be purchased for the Sentral school (( library. They also sent a pack- 'age, of gifts to |he Veteran's* gift'center in DesMoines. Coffee strips from Butternut coffee amounted to over $125. Ten tables of cards were played at the 1st card party and this money is used for Child Welfare. $2 was sent to the department for gifts for their assigned veteran's child who lives in Des Moines. The next meeting will be a joint meeting with the Legion on Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. MarlynBailsman and family, Wilton Junction, wore weekend guests of her father, Mrs. Dell Marlow. Last Sunday visitors at the Amey Cherls.nd home were an uncle, Mr. Carl Cherland, winn- ebago, Minn, and an aunt, Mrs. Kathleen Sahn, Blue Earth. William D. Welsbrod, son of Mrs. Art Prlebe, left In Nov. for an Air Force base near Tachikawa, Japan. He had a 20 day leave after finishing his boot training at Great Lakes, 111. The Gary Dean Ackermans have a 6 lb. 1 oz. daughter, Lisa Lynn, born Nov. 26, Ft. Dodge. They have a daughter Holly Sue, 2. Grandparents are Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Lone Rock, and the Joe Jackowells, Ft. Dodge. Great grandmother is Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Lone Rock. The Town Council purchased 4 strings of lights for the main street and with the help of some Legion men, they were put up last week. This Is the first the town has put any up for many years. Wayne Stoeber Member Of SUI Business Group IOWA CITY - Wayne Stoeber of Fenton, business sophomore at the University of Iowa, has been Initiated into Delta Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity at the U of I. Eighteen students and two professors - James R. Jeffers, assistant professor of economics, and Robert R. Miller, assistant professor of business administration - were initiated. The fraternity sponsors meetings at which businessmen speak, as well as social functions. The group also takes tours of various Industries. Danny Schlapkohl, Stockton junior, was presented the Edward Kearney Award, named after a deceased Delta Sigma Pi member and presented to the most conscientious, ambitious and outstanding pledge. The North circle of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Bertl Berkland. Mrs. William Wiener was in charge of the lesson. Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke had charge of several Christmas games. Guests were Thera Sorensen of Ringsted, Lula Knudson of Estherville, Grace Johnson, Duella Cody, Mrs. Ernest Osk- vig of Ringsted and Mrs. George Jorgensen, ST. Overnight guests Tuesday night of the Arnold Hantelmans were their granddaughters, Debra and Kristlne Bollinger. Mr/ and Mrs. Bertl Berkland left Monday for Des Moines where they planned to spend a few days with their daughter lola and family before traveling on to California for an extended vacation. The Marlys circle of the Fenton Methodist church met at the home of Lois Voigt and the Marlys circle at the home of Dorothy Laabs on Wednesday. M r. and Mrs. Curtis Lura, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck, Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Geitzenauer, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chris- chilles, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt attended a Felco supper Monday evening at the Catholic school in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and Paul in Ames in observance of the first birthday of Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ham, Rolfe, paternal grandparents, also were guests in the Ham home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann are the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thilges were guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert at the annual R-Nu 500 club Christmas party and gift exchange. Receiving prizes in 500 were Mrs. Ed Bormann and Orville Wagner, high, and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Peter Kirsch, second high. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertains the club Jan. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz moved to Ottumwa the past week. Carol, a student at Garrigan and Larry in St. Joseph's grade school, are staying with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Salz and family, and will remain and attend school till the end of this semester. Mrs. Lorenz Bormann is a surgical patient in Mercy hospital Christmas Eve Candlelight Carol Service 11:00 P.M. Dec. 24 First Lutheran Church Lucas & Wooster Sts. All Interested People Are Welcome. AlCONA * Because it's a gift that will be both welcome and useful for many Christmases to come Algona Municipal Utilities in Ft. Dodge. John Origer is a surgical patient in University hospital, Iowa City. Edward Kellner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner, wasapatient in Hancock Co. Memorial hospital, Britt, several days last week following injuries he received when a branch from a tree being cut down hit him. He has returned home. Richard Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, left Saturday for the Ankony Angus Farms, Rhineback, New York, where he is employed as a groomsman for their show herd. Richard, a past 4-H member of the St. Joe Trojans club and assistant leader to Bernard Thilges of the local club, has many years of experience with livestock. Algoa, Texas, in northern Galveston county, was named for a British ship which was driven ashore in the 1900 hurricane. CLOSED- CHRISTMAS EVE CHIISTMIS IIICHT CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB South Highway 169 ALGONA .: 295-9152 .«• r < < < t < < < i i < r j < *: hen t$se Any One Of Them Is A Perfect Gift! DRESS COATS '41.88 up CAR COATS '14.98 up Leather Suede COATS- NEW Dressy DRESSES For The Holiday Season And Early Spring 70.98 up BUTTE-KNIT SUITS In All The Pastel Color LINENS Lace Cloth Dining Sets — Bedspreads — Blankets — Towel Sets LINGERIE by Kayser & Lorraine Slips — Gowns — Pajamas Negligee Sets - Briefs Half Slips ROBES Quilted Nylons and Cottons and Plain Nylon Robes 6.98 up A Big Selection Of Purses From 3.49 up HOSIERY by Hanes and Belle Sharmeer Sheers • Textures Casuals' • and a color selection that will say MERRY CHRISTMAS' 7.50 up BLOUSES Both Solids and Prints In Daeron, Cotton and Silks 3.98 up Costume JEWELRY 7.00 up

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