The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1960
Page 19
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Arlene Karels, Dean Meyer Are Wed At Lakota Lakota — Arlcne Karcls, daughter of,Mr. and Mrs Andrew Karcls of Bancroft, and Dean G. Meyer, son of Mr and,Mrs George Meyer of Bancroft, were united In marriage Nov. 26 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Lakota, Rev. L. ,R. Mcineckc officiating. Roger Brack was soloist and Mrs Kenneth AUKOS accompanist. Arlene was attended by Alice Karcls as maid of honor and Charlcne Thompson and Beverly Cushman were bridesmaids. The bride's dress was of satin with a sweetheart ,-nceklinc of rhinestones, long pointed sleeves, chapel train and a fingertip veil, held in place by a seed pearl crown. She carried while, mums. Craig Meyer served as best man. Arnold Karels and Richard Friets were groomsmen. Ushers were Merle Cushman and Lamont Junkermicr. Flower girl was Rozanne Miller and ring- bearer was Joel Presthus. A reception was held immediately after the wedding in the parish . hall of the church for about 200 guests, relatives and friends. Waitresses were Slieryl Hcrtzke, Linda Karels, Elaine Anderson, Vivian Winters. Mrs Geraldine Karcls and Mrs Minnie Brockholc CUT. and served the wedding cake. Mrs Craig Meyer was in charge of the guest book. Mrs John Uakoun, Mrs Otto Karels and Mrs Merle iCushman were in charge of the gifts. Both the 'bride and the proom graduated fronv the Lakota school. The groom has been farming with his father sincf graduation. Homecoming Planned Plans are being made lor tht big Homecoming for alumni ot Lakota high; school Friday,) Dec. i). The Armstrong oaskelball will play here. The 1 Homecoming coronation ol the King and Queen will take- place between the halves of the boys. game. Following the games a free lunch will-be served to the alumni and there will be a Homecoming dance. This will be open to all alumni if they purchase a homecoming badge. Invitations are being sent \nit to all whose addresses are known. Mr find Mrs Carl Ger/.cma and Kent left Thanksgiving JDay for Helena, Mdntana where they attended the wedding of their son and brother, Larry Gerzema. Tht' Gerzema's daughter, • Bernadino, Mrs Ed Leavitt ol Portland, Oregon, was also at the wedding. A family and pot luck dinner and a coin shower was held Sunday honoring L/Cpl. and Mrs Glen Thompson who arc home on leave from 29 Palms, California. The Lincoln Township Ilome- makcrs will meet Dc£. 9 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs Charles Hcrt- zke for their annual Christmas party. Secret pals will be revealed at this meeting with a gift exchange. A pot luck lunch will be served. Five boys of the Cub Scouts were inducted into the Bobcats at the pack meeting Monday evening. They were Pat Bcemcr, Lloyd and Lowell Eichenbcrger, Harold Kayser and Eddie Lunn. Mrs A; C. Scnissel, Mrs Al Johnson and Mrs Menke, Mrs Sullivan and Father Monlag of Lodyard attended a meeting of the D. C. C. W. Wednesday afternoon at Mallard. The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs John Roelfsema Tuesday afternoon. Present at this meeting wore Mrs David Patterson, Mrs Rufus. Olthoff, Mrs Arnold Becker, Mrs Don Kollasch, Miss Mildred Edwards, Mrs Robert Kollasch, Mrs Louis Price, Mrs Tcna Price and Mrs Harold Olthoff. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Earl Thompson's for an open house for nowlywc'ds, Mr and Mrs Gail Kmiflinnn, were Mi and Mrs II. K Thompson nnd Huron of Eimorc, Minn.; Mr and Mrs John Simmons of Slevc'iis. Mr and Mrs Donald Simmons of Elmore, Minn., Mrs Robert Ston- zol and children,. Mr and Mrs LuRoy Richardson and Lynett of Lqdyord and Mrs Mary Tolkatnp. Swea & Eagle Marcie Johnson of Great Falls, Montana, who attends college at St. Peter, Minn., was a Thanksgiving weekend guest at the Harvey C. Larson home. A family dinner was held at the Harvey C. Larscn home on Thanksgiving. Guests were Mr and Mrs Roger Holcomb of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Albert Lemke of Granada, and the Orville Thorcsons, Otto Larsens, 'Walter Goraczkowskis, Ted Wai- lenlines, Robert Wallentlncs, Rueben Holcorabs, P. A. Holcombs, and Miss Johnson. Thanksgiving guests at the William Wiskus home at Bun- croft were Mr and Mrs Paul San- ftner and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer and family of Ringsled, Bob Wiskus of Chicago and Judy Strahorn of Cedar Falls. Guests at the William Thompson home Thanksgiving were the Wayne Thompsons, Gordon Thompsons, of Sheldon, Dick Greens of Vankton, South Dakota, Clarence Eppclsheimcrs of Pluver and the Dave Hartsocks of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Bill Hardic- and daughter of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Dennis Newlin and the F. C. Newlins were at the Darrel Newlin home Thanksgiving. Sunday visitors at the Carl Anderson home were Mr and Mrs Herman Bacdkc of Granada. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and family visited at the home of his brother, the Kingsley En( gelbys at Hoffman, Minn. Mrs Ida Engelby, the men's mother of Lcdyard accompanied Hit Carlos Engclbys. Sunday, the Boh Paponfuhs family of K.slhei viile and the Eu^ gene Pupenfubs family were guests of the Herb Papcnfuhs. Saturday evening guests at the Paul Wiot'hmann home were Mr and Mrs Sam Larson, Mr and Mrs Hay Larson and family of Bcltendorf, Mr and Mrs Art Larson and Debbie and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seylar. Sunday guests at the Rudy Peterson home were his brother and wife;, Mr and Mrs Walter If. Peterson. Afternoon guests wore the Walter Petersons ol Swea City. Mr and Mrs Olc Johnnson cn- lertainecl at ThanksgV/inK dinner Jerry Wegner of Gut-kern, their daughter Karen of Minneapolis, Mrs Alma Peterson and Mr and Mrs Everett Johanson and family. At the Everett Thorson home Thanksgiving were Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and Mr and Mrs Loyd Thorson and family all of Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs J. A. 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Mrs Hulda Papi/nfiihs a! liulfe -in the after- n.ion, Mrs Herb Papenfuhs and Mary home. called at the Jack Cordcs' Tuesday; Dee. 6, 1960 FISH Abner Smith of Tamu caught an 11-pound, 7 uunce walleye pike from the lov.'fi River recently. It measured 2!)'^ inches long and 174 inches around. It is believed to be the largest pike ever taken from the river in 'that area. MUSHROOM John Furlin of Seymour, ro- f cently found an 18 pqund, 14 ounce mushroom which measured 2(3 indios in diameter^ The mushroom'iitcd a preserving problem, but Mrs Furlin said it could be cooked in a variety la.) Upper DM MonM—S of ways. Judy Her/of; of Northwestern C.Jlu'i' :it Orange City spent n wet.'kfnU at the home of her parents Mr find Mrs Harold Horoz. LET'S JOIN THE KIWANIANS IN THEIR CHRISTMAS DECORATION CONTEST ! 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