The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1960
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»a Jean Spongier, Cow///), Is Bride Of Larry Lien, Swea The marriage of Jean Ann Spangler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Spangler of Cor- .with, and Larry Carl Lien, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Lien of Swea City was solomnizcd at 'L p.m. Saturday, August 6, 1960 in the St. Mary's Catholic Church, Corwith. Rev. Thomas O'Toole «fficiated at the double ring ceremony Organ selections were played by Mrs Albert Memam and soloist was Mr Frank Ricmer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floor length gown of white over organza. The fitted bodies featured a sweetheart neckline and long pointed sleeves. Her jewelry was a single strand of cultured pearls, a gift of the groom. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a crown of sequins edged with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink baby rose buds and pink carnations. Miss Judy Spangler, sister ol the bride, serv^u as maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Linda Lien of Swea City, a sister of the bridegroom, and Kath> Spanglcr, a sister of the bride Flower girl was ^Becky LaBounty of Humboldtf a cousin o~ the bride. The Brings were carried on a heart shaped wmtc pillow Paul Anderson, a nephew oi the groom. Robert Anderson, or Swea City, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. The other at- The bride is a graduate of Corwith High School and has been tmployed at the Cowles Publish- ng Company in Des Moincs. The bridegroom is a graduate of Swea City Hign .school. He is also employed at the Cowles Publishing Company. Following a trip to Colorado Springs, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and -the Black Hills, the couple- will make their home in Des Moincs. Underwent Surgery George Gootzf had back surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday morning. Sale Of Wesley House And Land Is Announced Wesley — John Bauer has purchased the Vincent Kleinpcter property in the cast part of town, which includes the new house i uves. Membership The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their membership party in September. A pot-luck lunch will be served after the meeting. A free membership will be given to a lucky one. Hew Employee A'rnold Lollier began work the fore part of the week at the K. & H. Oil Station, replacing Duanc .Larson. Engaged To Wed Garth Hauptman, son of Mi and Mrs Francis Hauptman. of Tucson, Atiz., formerly of Wesley will be married Sept. 10. lit is employed in a bank there. Dr. Alice Sartor of Chariot City visited her sister, Mrs Mag Bleich, August '13. Sister Catherine (Mary Cecil) ahd her companion Sister Andrew from Dubuque spent scvera days over the Aug. 14 weekend at the parental Lawrence Win gert home and with other rela and 5 acres of land. He will get possession about Sept. 1. Mrs Kleinpeter will leave about that time to join her husband at San Marco, Cal., where he has been for six months in real estate work. Mrs Helen Kleinpeter has taught in the Wesley and Cor- with-Weslcy school? about 25 years. Miss Girres Honored Catherine Girres was honored at tendants were Dwight Spangler' a pre-nuptial shower in the IOOF of Corwith and Jerry Grant of hall Friday evening, Au.c;. 19. Britt. Hostesses were Mcsdames Charles A reception was held in the Nygaard, Robert Bolcnus, Lean- Algona Hotel following th.e cere- der Seefeld, L. L. Pfeffer and mony. Mr and Mrs Waif Waltman Joe Skow. were dining room host and hostess. The wedding cake was baked by Mrs Ethel Beer. Mrs Donald Spangler, of Eayie Grove, presided at the punch bowl and Mrs Jack Blien poured coffee. Waitresses were Misses Judy Smith, Carol Chambers, Diane Hoick, and Patricia Wilnams. Miss Colleen Tveit was in charge of the guest book. The gifts were opened and displayed by Misses Donna Miller, Margaret Marnin, Rosalie Rychnov- sky, and Carol Hodson. At Family Reunion Mr and Mrs H. E. Hommingscn attended a Walker family reunion at Adel Sunday, Aug. 14. Takes Vows Mr and Mrs Victor Lotbig, Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and Mary Sue, of Forest City and Mr August Studcr \vt-nt to Milwaukee, Wis. Aug. 12, where they attended ceremonies at St. Francis Assissi at which the Locbig's daughter Ellen took her vows- She is now Sister Michalcine. Funeral Homes Homes At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMEULANCE Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled Mr and Mrs Lawrerlcc Winger: attended tlie golden wedding an nivcrsary of Mr and Mrs Julo Wingerts at Plain View, Minn. Aug. 10. Mr and Mrs Mike Fran?.en' and Mr and Mrs Franzen of Jump River, Wis. who had attended the affair came to Wesley and visited the Lawrence Wingerts several days. Dale Charles was born Aug. 11 to Mr and Mrs Bernard Schrauth Jr. in the Britt hospital. They also have a year old daughter Ruth Ann. Kalhy, Joan and Jane, daughters of Mr and Mrs Floyd Byrne of Morelund, spent several days last week with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Bernard Schrauth, Sr. Marjorie Becker, daughter ot Mrs Justine Becker, is now employed in the Winkcl Law office in Algona. • Mr and Mrs Neil Gary and Mary Ellen of Akron, Ohio came Aug. 15 for a visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Richter and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig spent Aug. 16-18 in Omaha on a tour of Boys Town.'Maple Village, and other places of interest. Sister Damian of Dccorah and Sister Kevin of Waterloo spent, several days over the Aug. 14 weekend at the parental, Elmer Doughan home. Aug. 16 they were dinner guests in the Victor Loebig home. On Wednesday al | were guests at 'the •: Leonard Arndorfcr home.^ --Other ".guests were the James .Walmsleys ,ot Corwith and Fayicr Will Phillips. r , . Sister Kevin and Sister Damian wore honored at a ' reception in St. Marys parish hall in Corwith Thursday afternoon by a large group of relatives and friends. Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and Mrs Elmer Doughan were hostesses. Mrs Mary Rockwood and Mrs Mag Blcich completed a 9 week college course ax Drake University extension school in Algona Aug. 12. Mr and Mrs Jack Metlille ana children of Tucson, Ariz, spent Friday with his sister, Mrs Mary Rockwood and family. Mr and Mrs *rank Homan, their daughter and children and Mrs Clem Piels of Ackley spent Thursday with tue latter's sister Mr and Mrs J. P, Hanig and hildren of Burlingtpn Junction, VIo. spent Aug. 12-15 with his mother, Mrs Lulu Hanig, Eugene and Irene. Other guests there Sunday were the Lylc Hepperlys of Clear Lake, John Nelsons of i\mes and Vincent Hanigs oi Mason City. Mr and Mrs Lowell Erclman, indsay and Pain of Decorah Drought his molhor, Mrs Paul Erdrnan to. her home here Aug. 14 following a 10-day visit in :hc\r home. They spent the day with former neighbors and friends. Out or town guests at the Wilma Brown, Craig Loebig wedding included Mr and Mrs Bob McMurray and daughters oi Cheyenne, Wyoming, Mrs Matilda Loebig, Lismore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Alvin $chmilz, Westphalia, la., Edmund Loebig and Jim. Rochester, Imuana. Mrs Lena Warner of Lodyarc came Monday to visit her sister Mis Clarence Ackcrson nnd husband several days. She had been visiting her son Leonard Warner and family at Algona. Janice Vitzlhum and Sharon Fix of Des. Moines spent Aug. 12-16 in the George Vilzthum home 1 and with friends in Duncan. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen spent last week' in their cottage at Pequot Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Charles Wicr left Aug. 17 on a two week vacation trip thru midwest states. At ardwcll, Mo. They will visit his father L. D. Wier. At Adamosa, Colo. They will visit his sister and family, the 'it. P. Roupes. Dennis Thada, his wife and child spent Aug. 8-14 vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Nick Wagner left Wednesday for Duluth, Minn., where they will spend several weeks, seeking lolief from his hay fever condition. Janice Llckteig is assisting Mrs Mike Wagner part time in the cafe. Shower Honors Marleen Walker At Whittemore Whiltemore shower \v;is — A miscellaneous held Wednesday Mr and Mrs Herman Gade of Whiltier, Cal. spen? !Tie past two weeks here and in Fenton visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Al.'.ed Meyer and son (loser and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of here, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kulinke and daughter Jeanettc arid son Everett of Lotls Creek and Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family of Cylinder, helped Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1960 Algona (la.) 0w Mrs Richard Preston celebrate her birthday Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., and Mr and Mis Ernest Meyer and family were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke at Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs of Wendell, Minn., and the former's mother, Mrs Anna Maarw. Fergus Falls, Minn., arrived here Wednesday afternoon to 'visit with relatives for two weeks. Mr and Mrs J. B. Geelan spent last week on their vacation at Lake Okoboji. STORAGF CABINETS, metal, af Upper Lies Moines. Seneca 4-H Club Names 2 Style Show Winners Seneca — The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their local achievement show Tuesday evening, with mothers and other guests in attendance. The articles wera judged by Mrs Ralph Thompson and Mrs Henry Looft. The demonstration team, Bonnie Crouch and Joleen Mueller, presented their demonstration. All of the girls took part in a style revue, modeling -some ar r ticle of clothing which she made this. year. Carol Hannisch was named senior winner and Andrea Stefanski was junior winner. Caro Hannisch served as narrator for the style" show. evening in St Paul's Lutheran church in honor of Marleen Walker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. was in charge of the guest hocik. Gloria Walker, Nancy Walker. Donna Ostwald. Lorraine Bulzke and Carol Zumach were in charge of the gifts. Miss Walker will ho married Sept. 3 in St. Paul's Lutheran church to KO^CT Dreyer of Sioux City, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer, Fenton. Farewell Party A surprise farewell party was held Thursday afternoon for Mrs Gordon Jenson at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl. The afternoon was spent playing a and socially, followed by lunch. The Jen- sons spent their summer vacation in Whittemore, and left Tuesday morning for their home in Los Angeles, where Mr Jenson is teaching. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mi* and Mrs Arthur Heidcnwith spent Sunday al Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy spent from Thursday until Sunday in Moline, 111., where Mr Dunphy attended a reunion of the battalion in which Mr Dunphy served in World War II. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach left Tuesday for a week's vacation to the Black Hills and the Dakota Bad Lanus. 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