The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 2
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act -'! '.) Upper to* • . 2, I960 :Bride$-To-Be 'V ' ' . t ,* Bwrt f*. Rsehelle Andrews, Brlde-lo-bCf was honored by a large ifroiip of ladies at a mis- $ellane6us showed Thursday evening at the.Methodist church. Her mother, Mrs Dean Andrews poured, *- A short program was present* ed arid included' two duets by Francis McOohald and Cariiyn Hinckley, accompanied by Sheryi Smith; a reading by Evelyn Angus, two duets'by Barbara and .Marsha Dremmel, accompanied by Marlene Stenzel, and recalling |he past in Rochelle's life by Esther Christensen. Fern Furst registered the guests. In charge, of the gift table was Esther Christensen. ^ ' 'S- Rochelle was assisted in open- ftig her many gifts by her sister, Pamela t and Esther Christensen. " Hostesses were the Mesdames l)elmar Angus, Jim Christensen, Wendell Christensen,'Ray Drenj- :JJifil, Dale DUndas, Arie.Ditt'mer, Fred Davis, E. P, vifredrlckson, •6, H, Graham, Cliff folding, Al .Stinckley, Fred Habegar, Dick •Furst, Duane Habegar,' Elsie Jx)ckwood, M. I. Lichter, Ed Larson, G. H. McMullen,' G. O., Mc, Cecil Long, J. L.'Miller, m Mitchell, Clkferfee ttiebhoff, _ )n Ortmin, dhus Scott, Roger Seott, "• Luilla > Bch6ncki ^Milfretf smith, Glenn .Teeter -sfhd' flay Westling. • , -. ^Miss-Andrews will become the brido of Michael -Scbtt, at the Burt Methodist church Sunday evening, August 14. ; Mrs Jessie Rash was 'hap~py to have all her 'children, except Morma, Mrs 1 James Storing, For* esk Heights, Maiy«ind, tbgether; at her home 'f6r the"« first • time* in many years. Visiting at Mrs Rash's home this week were Mr 'and Mrs Lelghton Rash and Jeffrey Lee, Riverside, California; Mr and Mrs Wm. fi. Ernst and family, North Brook, 111.; Mrs Orville 0. White and Tommy, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr a'nd Mrs Wm. Radtke and family,'Muskegan, Mich.; Mr and Mrs Chet Webb and Gary, Mr and Mrs John Rash and baby, and Mr and Mrs David Miller and Leslea, all 6f Algona. Mary Susan Radtke who has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs Jessie Rash for .the past 6 weeks returned nome in MUs-f kegon, Mich, with h'er parents the Wm. Radtkea. y Miss Bunkofske Honored ^ A large number of relatives and friends gathered at the Burt 'Legion, hall Tuesday evening, Where ',they attended a miscellaneous shower for Ruth Bunkofske. <• i . . . Georgia" • Holding, program chairman, announced the follow- ing pr6gram! .Vofial dold by Bat-! barl Dfemiftel, acccinpanied by 8rhB'. Batei*,-?'two ; flfldings by JUdy Hifi0d«y, dnU a,p!aho solo by Joanritt 'temfttii, I Mrs rferry : Pders5h'« registered the gifts and Rttth was assisted in opening .them by,,Mr& Eulan 'Schuler, Betty Peterson. Sharon Peterson and Joanne Aekermart. Ruth will become the bride of Eugene -Heerdt at< the -Burt Gospel church S*unddy. Aug. f.-r Hostesses at the showed v^erls the-Mesdames Graee";Ackerm8r|, dlar4* Reynolds,- Agneis. Siewari Georgia Holding, Dorothy Petegi son,'RUby Hirtckley,'Eunice Riebhoff, Flossie Bartlett, Virgip Trenary, Dorothy Seott, Alleeda Harms, . John Gifford, Muriel Ackerman, Dorothy B e r n a u. Ethel Dremmel, Mary Jean Andrews, Iva Marie Woltz< Mary Beth Hamilton, Hamilton Smidt, Lucille Behrends, Gladys Boeckholt, Francis Smith, Robert Bonnett and Hazel Larson. No Church Sunday . ; 1 Rev. and Mrs Fred {Jamek and Cheryl Ann left Saturday 'for northern "Minnesota, where they are joining friends for a tw'o week vacation. {There will', be ino church §f 'Suriday, School ,iser- vice's at the Methodist church August 7., , Jeanetta Woltz and 'Linda Stenzel, who are employed in Des' Moines, spent the 'Weekend with their parents the Wilfred Woltz and Mrs Ella Stenzel; , St. John's Ladies Aid Will meet at the church-August 11 instead of the usual meeting, day. • Mr and, Mrs Walter Steward MONDAY NIGHT, AUG. 8, NBC-TV GARDENS !! STARRING ESTHER WILLIAMS WITH .HER GUEST STARS FERNANDO LAMAS JOEY BISHOP DICK POPE, THE AQUAMAIDS, THE MANIACS, CYPRESS GARDENS SKI BALLET,:: WORLD CHAMPION DIVERS, CYPRESS GARDENS^ AQUABABIES. i ' UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION : are enjoying a week's J-ofAheft 1 ' arid WH8 th tf> SUCttftu afla-pfflt^eiliverfii ffflft, YiftU$ft< > tf**i**iyV« ? Mrl Beaft'McMvf4wH m,. ed at a get 'acquainted coffee at the home of Celia,Scott jDhe.d&f this past week. Ttte .McllrayyS are newcomers to BUft,-" »*•«" ••' Mr and Mrs N. C> RibS Of Port Worth,, Te*. are .visiting at, the home ofi her parents', jthe Robert Hamilton^., • ME > rind, airs > Rjg&ll, CHij^nan are spendihg fl vtwcj'.w^ek vff'e'S- tion" with; his jMrehu; thtfY& B Mr and Mrs W. F, Brandt and Dorothy, Wells, Mihn. were Wednesday evening visitors, at the Al Hinckley home-, i ' ' .'„ ! , Harley'Hanson,-who has • been attending, summer . school ; at Rollo, Mo., completed .tiiejthwee'k course and arrived at Bis home on Saturday, ,f t - * '\ Mr and .Mrs-, John ; Harps are parents of their second' daughter, Dixie Lef,»bom at Algo&a July ' 'Mfs Wallace (Hawcott ahd'M'rs Cliff'"Holding drove to' Perry Tuesday where they niet- Mrs Etja 1 Holdren, who was returning from,'a' 'two month visit with relatives in California. . . * Mrs 'Matilda McFarland, Swea City, is spending a f ew Delays ..at the home of her £aught ( er ( Mts G. O, McFarland'. arid husband.'" Mrs James Woltz and children spent from Thursday untiPTui day .with her. motaer, fbrbth< and Sisters ,at Esfhervijle' while hef husband was attending ^ National Conference for Lutheran Sunday School Teachers at S,t; Louis, Mo. ' ' The Young'Adults'Club, of the Methodist church will- meet Sunday evening, August 7., W.S.CiS. will meet at 2:15 Aug. 3. Mrs M. O.' 1 Richards will have devotions; and , Georgia Holding will be. in charge of the program^ Hostesses are Helen Steward, Edna ' Smith, Veima Coolj and Rowena Ryerson. , .' •'•..' The Prebyterian Circles will meet August 3. Circle A-will meelt in the evening at the .home of Esther and Ruth .Hodgson; Circle B will meet at .the h'pm'V of Maricj. .Grover; and Circle G. will meet'in;, the -church with Verda Kienitz .as hostesses. ''<• '. Bancroft Girl Injures Chin In Swimming Bancroft — Rita HendricksCiri ! daughter'fef Mr and Mrs' Richard' Chipman.Umd to :haye a,,clampi under herLchin when : s,pe i w 1 ps iipl jured at the sw'irrirh'ing poqi. ' ] Has Major Surgmy •, • ".' Mrs Heleri Doocy underwent! major surgery at St. Ann hospital Friday. : tendedflfie* w^fdTHg-^July ,24- at Armstrong of Keith Hertzke'^son of Mr a«a*MA'Riy%ond'Hertrf«6 of Lakdta,' t&'Kkffift feeder!/*'"' daughtjs)?. o£ /l Mf Eittd Mrs Frede"i>ickson, Armstrong. v The double-ring ceremony was performed in the Nazareth Lut* heran''church by R6v;<Vigieft> Rev. L. R. Meirtecke of Lakota' gave the sermonette at the 'wedding. The bride was ^attired In sheet \yhlte t Ofgartza iWith>.« length'veil and carried'a', quet of deep rose sweetheart roses' Matron,Of honor was "Mrs Dean Ricord arid bridesmaid-was Shelda *Hertzke s . The! groom was attended by Donald Johnson and pavid Boekelman. Ushers were Robert Sheldahl and Ben Sweeney. ' After the ceremony a reception Was held in the church base' ment with 175 in attendance. The groom is a graduate of the Lakota High School, served ir the marines and is' now employed at Austin, Mimt. • Thie bride graduated froirTthe Armstrong high school and at- Jiended beauty school in- Fairmont. She will continue that work in Austin, Minn., where they will be at 'home -after a/ week's wedding trip,north. 'Honored With Shower. Relatives of Gerald Biersted honored his fiancee, Helen'Mam- menga, with 'a miscellaneous ishower Monday night at the 'Lutheran parish hall. The program consisted of. a duet, then a small basket was brought in arid Corsages from it were pinned ori the nonoree, Mrs W. D. Ley, Mrs " Gene ' Garrett and Mrs A. C. Biersted. Helen received^many gifts. She will be marHed Aug. 7 at 3 p.m to Gerald,Biersted, son of Mr and Mrs A. C. Biersted. '.At Annual Picmc Mr and Mrs T. R. Estle attended the annual.Old Settlers Picnic at Grant Center Sunday. Mr Estle received a gift for being the oldest man present. After the usual pot-luck dinner, a program was held and then election of of- Eiccrs. Vern Anderson is the new president, Mrs W. L. Reynold?-,, vice-president, and Mrs Al Ziel-, ske, secretary and treasurer. 1 i' ipK jean.- -ynns!, tewsumuo; -juo bMhdif w%re the 'AlWft of Buffalo* 'Center, thfr 3hrjsts.^and,Mrs...Sigh(S NeTsoh. ' ' ,. , Mr and MrS'ttdyce 1 ttifipeft'atid family, of Washbutrt jpefli the weekend at the parental William fiippen home. , . •< C. F. Ennenberg family rd« "^-^'Satiffpa&ftfSm Mift «, „ lire tHe> K na'd Attend". efi sffitiyeAiidttfyJhifa'&vtt ^e^'gUests at the Httfbfd son and Ray Hintzjhbmes. Sjt^ r,,Lan%Cmbhoffof M6ttflyl v ^eftini tttUttl'fittflir'"" in nonoi 1 of uta Tom re- Bible 1 •' Gary^Anderson, Oa|y, Geilen. feldt/« / Llttdtf -fibftWite Ton Addy, a'nd fiwfght Oorefibush turned hortie". 3§titfday> af- week attending 'Llitheran Camp* at.Lake Iftghaftu-,- Mr and-.Mrs-Russell Sttjl. sRochester. and= J. fi..Smith-- 'dinner g'ue'sts-at the:HeTman ting homaJTuesday^. |:; and Dattemyited Sunday, at home 6f hef brolherl,,the' Helmick's Remvick. •, . . , of ere 'Jut- ith 'Were the Carl ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) - •ROtoM.AfTHWdP" Arid " "= THURSDAY, FRIDAY; SATURDAY 2^ BIG ADMISSION 75c FEAT If RES ;,' Chjld^n FiREE THE MOST UNUSUAL ADVENTURE UNDER THE EARTH! Banns Published Banns of marriage wore pub- ! lished Sunday for James Goche,; son of Mr and Mrs Edward Gocho, and ' Carol ' Rustemicr, daughter of Mr and Mrs William RUstemier. They will' be married; in St. Johns Catholic church,' August 14. "I Between Phillip Vaskc, son of Mr and Mrs Ed'ward VasUe, and; Margaret Rose N'urre, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Nurrc. This wedding will take place in St. Johns Catholic church. Alice Mcnke, who has been here on a two week vacation, returned to Sioux City Sunday where she, is a student at St. Joseph School of nursing. She and Donna Bergman will graduate there August ill. Many a housewife spends twg hours a day telling her neighbor she doesn't have enough time to do her housework. Ends Tonight (Wed.) Rogers And Hammerstein's "SOUTH PACIFIC" THURS.-FRI.~SAT. ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ! THE BELOVED STOKY-TEUefi'S SE9T'LQV£P fOK ALL AGES QF THE HEMTl nJncle Passes ' " . ' * "";' "*" Vera and Viola received word Monday night of the death o^ : their uncle, William Huettner of Snohomish, Wash. Their father was there at tne time of his death, having gone there last week. The deceased was 65 and lived in Lakota many years -ago Two Win Ribbo.is Some of the Aggressive Lads sltended a swine, beef, dairy and sheep judging workout at the Thbrcson brothers farm at Swea City July 20. • Those attending were Robert Beck, Roger Becker, Lynn Hert- xkc, John Kollasch, Arnold Sachs, David Sleper, Burdette and John Hoeppner. Monday, July 25th, Marvin Rippentrop and Arnold Sachs won red ribbons at the county demonstration contest at Burt. Mrs Raymond Winter entertained at a coffee Tuesday after- CHARLES BRACKET! HENRY 15VIN WAtnERREISCH CHARLES BRACKOT -PLU$ SECOND EXCITING HIT THE SCREEN EXPLODES Plus - 2 Color Cartoons .THURSDAY Yes 6If .... YOUR CAR AND All ITS OCCUPANTS WILL BE ADMITTED FOR „ ONE BUCK \\ (A DOLLAR TO YOU) '/< CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P. M. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY SHOWN MAT. 2:00 ONLY - EVE. 8:05 ONLY SHOWN MAT 3:IS ONLY - EVE. AT 9:20 ONLY DARING—SHOCKING- -TRUE AS LIFE! One of the GREAT Dramatic Shows of the Year! 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