The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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Joleen Mueller Of Fenton Is Wed Jan, U SENECA - Joleen June Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller, Fenton, became the bride of James Carl Bergum, son of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Bergum, rural Bancroft, Friday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Rev, Rex D. Spicer officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white satin fashioned with a bauteau neckline and long pointed sleeves. The tight-fitted bodice was accented in the back with a self bow. Silk appliqued roses accented the front bodice and the skirt with its chapel train. Her shoulder-length cloud veil was of silk illusion and attached to a tiny pearl crown. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of red roses and white carnations. The bride was attended by Mary Kauffman as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Beverly Berkland and junior bridesmaid was Margene Henricksen. Janice Bergum, sister of the groom, was flower girl and carried red roses and white carnations, The bridegroom's attendants were Lowell Mueller, best man. groomsman was Micheal Wollner and junior groomsman Edward Bergum,, Ushers were Larry Mueller and Lowell Carlson. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Gus Krause of Fenton, who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Terry Dixon. A reception followed in the church parlors with Marlys Mueller registering the guests. Punch was served by Mr s.Orville Fisher and Mrs . Julia Petticord presided at the coffee service. The wedding cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Leo Crowley, was cut and served by Mrs. Harvey Henricksen and Mrs. Bennie Berkland. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Edna Mueller and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Serving as waitresses were Rhonda Kern, Audrey and Kathy Bergum, Linda Sue Kracht, Anna Menz and Ann Fortney. The wedding gifts were opened and displayed by Andrea Stefanski, Judy Merfeld and Mrs. William Loss-.; --»,. ^-v^-^-^j, ;? s. Tlie bride and'"' groom werer.v >f . . >r,;;: °r#v:v.< •.•stoify&atit honored by each having a grano-^ mother present at their wedding • ceremony. They were Mrs. Iver Bergum, Bancroft, and Mrs. Wm. Mueller, Fenton. The bride is a graduate of Sentral high school , Emmetsburg College and Mankato Commercial College. The groom also graduated from Sentral and completed a business course at Mankato Commercial College. The groom has enlisted in the navy and will be leaving in the near future. Following a short wedding trip to points in Wisconsin, the newlyweds will be at home at Fairmont. [PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary, Mrs. Betty Miller, Darlene and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were Sunday evening visitors in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. Harold Fitch of Renwick stopped in at the Victor Fitch home Tuesday morning on his way back from Albert Lea with a load of Amway products. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended the U. and 1. banquet and turkey supper Saturday night in the Irvin Ulses home. This is an annual entertainment for the husbands. Rose Mary Ulses showed pictures of the World's Fair and Washington, D, C, Mr, and Mrs. J. R, Thompson spent the weekend in Minneapolis with the Jack Thompsons, Mrs. Jaqk. Thompson and little son, John returned with them to spend a week here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks spent one day last week visiting Mrs, Ruth Sparks and Dean, Dean Sparks got home from the hospital a week ago and is doing fine, Mr, and Mrs, Wayne Eckels were Sunday evening supper guests in the P,W, Marlow home, Mr, and Mrs, Henry Van Hove were Friday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home, Mr, and Mrs, James Harms and family were Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening supper guests in the parental Jesse Harms home, Mr, and Mrs, Robert Lovstad and Mr, and Mrs, Edmund attended the family supper &t the gurt Methodist church, Sunday evening, Mrs. Ben Hoveland of Buffalo Center showed pictures jjj (he Henderson Settlement in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch, Joan and Allen were Sunday .dinner and supper guests in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited in the Guy Dimond home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Phil Carlson and Kimberly, Mr, and Mrs. Gary Davis and Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis were Sunday dinner guests in the Jesse Harms home, "Satan cares not how spiritual your intentions or how holy your resolutions, if only they are fixed for tomorrow." Worker At Church Mission Speaker, Burf BURT - Mrs. Ben Hoveland, Buffalo Center, was guest speaker at a family fellowship night at the Burt Methodist church Sunday night. Mrs. Hoveland spent the summer as house mother in the girls dormitory at the Henderson Settlement, Frakes, Kentucky. Henderson •Settlement is a Methodist sponsored Mission settlement for children from broken homes, etc. A large number of members from the Burt and Good Hope Congregations enjoyed the talk and slides by Mrs. Hoveland. The program preceding Mrs. Hoveland's talk included group hymn singing, meditations by Mrs. Frank Ryerson, and avocal duet by Linda and John Chipman, accompanied by Judy Spry. Hostesses in charge of the 6:30 pot luck supper and program were members of Ethel circle. - 0 - RELATIVE PASSES Final rites for Edwin Holtapp were held at the Pomeroy Lutheran church Wednesday. Mr. Holtapp, who died early Sunday at University hospital Iowa City, was a brother -in-law of Mrs. Vern Shipier, Burt. Mrs. Shipler is with her sister at Pomeroy. - o - Dawn , 5 year old daughter of Mrs. Bernadine Ophiem, Burt, ^rtwived home fr-om^SUnAnn hofo^ ,ere she'hjipegjupatieil^!' f gl dayst'^TJawn haoV' 1 '' 1 undergone atonsillectbmyatlowa City last week and suffered considerable bleeding following. After being at home several days, she was taken to St. Ann for a blood tranfusion. Many Burt friends attended final rites for a former resident, Mrs. Hilma Kickbush, Saturday at Algona. Among them were the Ray Dremmels and the Raymond Westlings. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling and Vickie spent Sunday afternoon at the George Westling home, Humboldt. Mrs. Erma Pratt was hostess to members of the Past Matrons Club at her home Thursday< Possible projects for the year were discussed and the group voted to purchase draperies for the Fellowship rooms of the chapter hall. Entertainment for the afternoon was directed by Lorraine Campney and Mary Jane Dugan. Sunday guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer were Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and children Marcus, la., came Sunday night. Mrs. Friedrich and children spent Monday with her mother while Rev. Friedrich attended a meeting at Fort Dodge. Rev. Merlin C. Davies was guest speaker at a Methodist Men's Sub-District Rally, held at Crystal Lake Methodist church Monday night. He spoke on his recent visit to the Aerospace Plant, Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel took their daughter, Mrs. Jack Cerizo and children, to Mason City Thursday where they boarded a plane for London, England and will join th*eir husband and father, stationed there with the armed services, Mrs. Cerizo, the former Marsha Dremmel, visited her parents while arrangements were being made for their residence in Europe, Duane Hinckley, Sioux city, spent the weekend at the par* ental Al Henckley home, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce were Sunday guests at the home of her parer.*?. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Steward', Mr, and Mrs, Dean Andrews spent Friday in Fort Dodge, Mrs, LeRoy Davis entertained a group of ladies from Swea City, Algona and Burt at her home Wednesday evening, Among guests at the Garry Bette Thilges Of West Bend Is Engaged BETTE THILGES Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thilges of West Bend have announced the engagement of their daughter, Bette Eileen, to Lt. Gerald Eichen of Ypsilanti, Michigan, son of Kenneth Eichen. Miss Thilges is employed in Omaha by the University of Nebraska college of medicine, and Lt. Eichen is stationed at Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebr. A May wedding is being planned by the couple. Lee Davis home in Algona in honor or Todd's baptism were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Harms and Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Davis, also Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Lenny and Kim, Norma, Davis and Harris Harms. Mrs. Florence Bagby is a patient at University hospital, Iowa City, where she is undergoing tests and treatment. Dale Lockwood attended an all- day insurance sales congress at Worthington, Minn. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller arrived home Sunday night after visiting over the holidays with their son and family, the Lawrence Millers at Runnemeade, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk moved into the large house on the Vincent Ford home east of town. The Harms came here from Pocahontas. Andrew is now employed by the Kerber Milling Co. as a salesman. Membjfrs ^ol-TCossutfi' Chapter* 1 O. E. .S^enjoyedra 6:30 pot-luck supper Tuesday. The regular monthly meeting followed. Plans were completed for the open chapter installation of officer fa held at the hall Jan. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, outgoing Matron and Patron were presented with a gift of luggage from the chapter and a gift of glassware from their officers. Members of the Burt U & I circle entertained their husbands at a 6:30 turkey dinner at the home of Mrs. Ervin Ulses Jan. 15. Mrs. Magdalene Ortmanwas assisting hostess. Rosemary Ulses showed slides and reported on her trip to the World's Fair and Washington, D, C. Hog House Ftre OTTOSEN - The hog. house on the James Jacobson farm was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. Ten brood sows and 80 pigs were lost. Some sows were taken to the Howard Thompson farm to have their pigs. The Bode fire department was called. CHRISTMAS TREE Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Fiala, Tama, have put up the same Christmas tree in their home for 40 years. The little artificial tree is 32 inches tall, green and folds for storage. It has been decorated by the original string of lights each year. ST. JOE Dr. and Mrs. Joel Bormann, Chicago, are parents of a son born Jan. 16. The Bormanns have another son, Mark. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. Patrick Hugh, Oak Park, m., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Kallestad, Marshalltown, and Mrs. Bertha Kallestad, Rodman, were Monday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thilges and family in observance of the 13th birthday of Ruth, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thilges, Mrs, Edward Thilges underwent surgery at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr, and Mrs. Nick Berte, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Kohihaas and family and Mr, and Mrs, E, M. Gales and family were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Edmond Berte and Kevin in observance of the birthdays of Mr. Kohlhaas, Mrs. Edmond Berte and Stephen Gales. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales spent the weekend visiting relatives in Watkins, Minn. The annual C. D. A. guest night was held Jan. 16, with a 6:30 dinner followed by a social evening. The evening was spent playing 500, with Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Mark Thilges, Raymond Kohlhaas and Clarence Bormann receiving high and second high prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert from here and Mr. and Mrs. George Shanley, Webster City, and their daughter Mary Kay Shanley, Des Moines, met at Ft. Dodge Sunday for dinner in observance of the 24th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Shanley which was Jan. 14. C. D. A. met Jan. 12 at 7:30 p. m. Following the rosary, order of business was the purchase of 10 robes for the officers of the court worn at the Installation of officers and at the reception of new members. Lunch was followed by a social hour, with Mrs. Donald Reding and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving high and second high in 500. Mrs. Frank Hilbert received plate prize. Barbara Geischecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gieschecker, underwent a tonsillectomy in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Tuesday. Mary nig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ulg, sophomore at Clinton College, returned Thursday, January JO, 1966 Atfloflo (»t>.) Upp»f E** to Clinton on Sunday by bus after the holiday and mid-semester vacation. Mary assisted at the Garrigan high school office during the absence oi Patti Reding. Miss Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harms, West Bend, and Barbara Weydert to California on a two week vacaton. Mrs. Harms and Barbara are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert. Barbara is employed at Algona. Real Estate Transfers Morris, Charles, v»idower to Vera L. Johnson 1*5-66 Lot 12 blk 3 & Nl/2 lot 11 blk 3 ; Lone Rock. Rlebhoff, Eunice L., Wid. to Clarice Luedtke 1/2 int.; Lavonne Geesman 1/2 int.; Maxine Marlow; 1/2 int.; & Donald Riebhoff 1/2 int. 1-6-66 Nl/2 SE1/4 18-96-29. Wibben, Bennie & Grace M. to David L. & Jane C. Hanklns 1-5-66 0. P. Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 blk 12 exc. S. 100' of said lots 0. P. lots 5, 6, 7 & 8 blk 12 & all former alley through blk 120. P., Algona. Logue, Charles & Gladys to Paul B. McBride 1-8-66 Middle 1/3 0. P. lot 4 blk 29; Algona. Schneider, Paul V. & Ruth to Chris & Marjorie Feddersen 1-10-66 Undiv. 1/2 int. in SE 1/4 30-99-30. Sheriff of Kossuth Co. to Paul W, Sanftner 1-10-66 Sl/2 exc. Wl/2 Wl/2 Howard's First Add. lot 2 blk. 2;SweaCity. Knoll, Ardis Anderson & Melvin to Lyle R. Anderson 1-11-66 Undiv. 1/2 int. all that pt. of Wl/2 SE1/4 exc. see rec.; 35-96-29. Martin, William Raymond & Roberta E. to William M.McKim et ux 1-5-66 0. P. 'lot 1 blk 65; Algona. 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