The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 14
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,«* 6~Atoono (lo.) Upp*r Pit Mfttflti Thursdoy, Jon. 21, 195» Lakota Couple United In Holy Wedlock January 2 — A very pretty wedding was solemmfed Friday evoking, Jan. 2» Itt the St. Paul's Lutheran Cntitch when Karen Mae Thomse%f daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Thohisen of Lakota became the bride of Rex W. Larson, son of Mr and Mrs William Larson of Lakota. The Rev* L. R. Meinecke performed the double ring ceremony by candlelight at 8:00 p.m. before an altar decorated with poinsettias and Christmas decorations. Mrs Kenneth Aukes played the nuptial music and accompanied the soloist. Miss Donna Hertzke of Lakota. Mrs Robert Sheldahl of Ames, the bride's sister, was matron of honor ahd her sister, Charlene, the bridesmaid. Karen Larsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clinton Larson of Woden, was the flower girl. Gary Sleper, cousin of the bridegroom from Buffalo Center, was the best man. Larry Thomsen, the bride's brother, the other attendant and Robert Sheldahl of Ames and Dale Larson of Ames were the ushers. * A reception for 200 guests was held in the parish hall following the ceremony. Six classmates and friends of the bride were waitresses. Joyce Thomsen had charge of the guest book. Garman Egsdahl of Buffalo Center, Mrs Nyle Rippentrop of Delavan, Minn, and Beverly Sunde had charge of the gifts. Mrs Ray Anderson of Thompson and Mrs Larry Thomsen of Buffalo Center cut and served the YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DBS MOINES wedding cake and Mrs Henry Sleper of Buffalo Center and Mrs Arnold Fisher of WhtUemorc* poured. The bride is a graduate of the 1958 class of Lakola high and has since worked a* a receptionist for Dr. Alder* of Forest City. The bridegroom graduated in the same class and in July joined the Marines and was stationed at Camp PendMon, Calif., until a few weeks ago when he was transferred to Twenty Nine Palms, Calif. The couple left the following day for the place where he is now stationed. Presbyterians Elect The annual c o n g r e g ational meettng of the Presbyterian church was held Wednesday night. Reports were given by Edwin Stcenhard, C. C. Gerzema, Mrs H. H. Murray, Joe Rippentrop, Mrs Harlan Kruse, Mrs Leona Heetland, Gorden Wirtjes and Rev* Kruse. Vernon Smith was elected elder for three years; Russell Winter, Elmer Haas, Carlyle Gerzema and Ronald Heetland, trustees for three year terms and DeVere Smith, a trustee for orie.year* The nominating committee for 1960 is Mrs V. A. Barrett, Ray Winter and J. W. Cook. A Benevolence Budget was adopted and the following officers appointed; Sr. Supt., Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, Assistant Supt, Mrs V. A. Barrett; Secretary, Gorden Wirtjes; Assistant, Audrey Ruby; Treasurer, Joe Rippentrop; , Pianist, G a r m e n Cook; Assistant, Carolyn Ley; Jr; Supt, Mrs C; A. Gutknecht; Assistant, Mrs Adah Rippentrop, Lutherans Install Installation services were held Sunday , morning in St. Paul's Lutheran Church for the following councilmen, who Will servo for a v term ( of three" years;-raul Koppen, Junior Poppe and. John Wibben. John V. Dorenbush was installed as a member of the cemetery board for a three year term. The new hymnals of the Lutheran church will be used Sunday, Jan. 18 for the first'.time. , '... i NEVER AGAIN ! A RUINED ROAST! 'Husband tetaT Don't worry •bout that roast In (h* oven. You can »«rv« it hour* laUr. »tW not, rare, NEW WEST1NGHOUSE ELECTRIC RANGE KEEPS MEAT HOT, JUICY, DONE Tg YOUR TASTEF .even if dinner's delayed for hours I HEW COOKIH6 MIRACLE! Itomtt •gain Ined rotst be dinner was delayed. Amazing Serv-Temp Roast Guard eooke meat sxactly M yom want it, then keep* it that way until you're ready to •erve it. UoMUt* All Burfaot units and ovm heater* are WectingbouM Plug-Out design .,, can b* completely removed (or easiest, fast* tct cleaning ever. No range fe modern .witlwut Plug-Out Unltf 4». and «nly Wertinghouse ba« them. YOOtVEHWM! * ABtonaatN Tiroer * Super Corox Unh * Automatic Surface tJhH *F»lKw«ithit«ra«eDr» Lincoln Hom«rri»k«M the Lincoln Township Hofne- makers Club of Kossutn County met Friday at 1:15 ti.m. at the home of Mw Louis wingert. The co-hoste«i, Mrs Steve Tjaden and Mfs Wingcii presented the extension lesson. Acorn Club Elects The Acorn Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs J. W. Cook. President Harriet Kruse presided. Miss Monied Beemer sang two numbers accompanied by Marilyn Rippentrop, Mrs Polly Gerzema read a paper on "TV Personalities." Election of officers was held with Genevieve Hoeppner being elected president, Polly Gerzema as vice president, Ella Buckels as secretary, Irene Anderson as assistant secretary and Lena Gutkenecht. The Calendar com- ittee was appointed, namely; Gertrude Gutkenecht, Faith Cook, Barbara Beemer, Ella Buckels and Doris Ukena. Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Supt. and Mrs J. W. Cook were three high school team basketball girls, Maxine Clayton, Beverly Gushman and Joyce Thomson. Mr and Mrs Fred Asche, accompanied by her sister, Mrs Milford Dingman of Thompson left Sunday for Wagner, S. D. where they will visit their brother, Ben Ailts, who is recovering from a recent heart attack. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the C. D. Thorsen home in Fort podge. Mr Thorsen is recuperating -at home following recent surgery. Mrs C. F. Ennenberg taught part of last week and will teach this week for Mrs Bishop who is ill with the Mumps. Mrs Olga Wortman also taught for Miss Hudson who is ill. Mr and Mrs LaVerle Follman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Albert Rippentrop home following the baptismal ceremonies of their infant daughter • at the Presbyterian church. . ' . Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse, J. E. Smith, Barbara Beemer, William Wirtjes aji'd Mrs C. C. Gerzema attended a Presbyterian church meeting in Ackley. ' Mrs A. C. Schissel entertained at a Saturday afternoon, coffee party f 6r Mrs Dennis Murray who will soon be moving to Northfield. Those present were Mrs W. E. Ley, Mrs H. H. Murray, Mrs John Lundquist, Mrs W. D. Ley, Mrs J. W. Cook, Mrs Don Boyed, Mrs George Brisben of Council Bluffs, Mrs Harry Mussman and Mrs James MeUrer. The Lakota Luckies 4-H club net Saturday afternoon , at the lome of Maxine and Linda Clayton. Maxine- Clayton spoke on "Choosing a Picture and Frame." Mrs Burdette Hoepgner spoke ;®n "Peronalit! 1 ahd-«rCarol'*^Ee Personality! gave a talk. Kathy Peterson gave .a picture study. Mrs Harold Koppeh was the days visiting mother. Mr and Mrs Herman Jutting were Thursday evening callers at the John A. Dorenbush home. Saturday evening bridge guests at the Sophie Ellsworth, Ann Robinson home were Dr. and Mrs John Lundquist. Mr and Mrs Ray Becker, Albert and Roger arrived home Jan. 7 from a two week trip to Cali- *BuiU4n (AMR-30) * Miracle Sealed Ov«* * iOOi SurfM* * Highest Price Paid For Your Old Range 1 BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ; AIGQ NA fornia Michael Vodraska, son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska, enrolled Jan. 4 at the Northwest Institute of Medical Technology in Minneapolis. James McCarthy and Sherry Lou Anderson of Lakota are also students at this school. • The A.B.C. Birthday Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs A. E. Weaver to help her celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mrs S. L. Powers, Mrs William Rotterman, Mrs Frank Rotterman, all of Elmore; Mrs J. F. Sullivan of Ledyard, Mrs Milton Farrow and Mrs Ted Thilges. The Lakota Bowling team consisting of Ann Hamilton, Captain; Irene Anderson, Delores Kienitz, Audry Ruby, Mrs Arlow Erdahl and Mrs Marjorie Stonebraker were winners of the League for the first half. They are members of the Blue Earth Bowling Association composed of 16 teams. The Lakota Garden Club met at the home of Mrs John Greise with Mrs William Hanken as co- hostess. The constitution and by-laws of the club were read and adopted. Mrs Hanken spoke on "Landscaping and Drawing Up Plans For Landscaping." The next meeting is to be held at the home of Irene Peterson Feb. 10. Mr and Mrs Ancel Thompson and son, Gene of Chicago arrived in Lakota on Saturday for a visit -with his brother and family, the Earl Thompsons, his sister and family,' the Robert Stenzels and another brother at Blue Earth, the H. B. Thompsons. Wednesday, Mrs Amos Kronv ings visited at the Henry Harms home. On Friday evening Mr and Mrs C. F. Whalen, also of Titonka visited with them. The Women's Mission Society met in St. Paul's parish hall last Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Honorary hostesses were Leona Bruer and Bertha Zielske. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter became grandparents of a new granddaughter born to their son and wife, Mr and Mrs Donah Winters at the Buffalo Cenjer Hospital on Friday, The „ lady has been named Pamela Sue and has two older sisters. Mr and Mrs Norman Stevens o! Armstrong are the parentit of a son, born Saturday, tfatt. 10 al Holy Family hospital hi Esther* ville. Mr and Mrs Lefe Olson of Lakota are maternal grandparents. Mrs H. H, Murray entertained the Miriam Circle Thursday afr ternoon with Ella Buckels as co* hostess. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis and Virgil spent the weekend In Minneapolis visiting their son and wife, Mr and Mrs Frank T. Lewis. v The Esther Circle met Thurs* day afternoon at the home of Mrs Burdette Hoeppner with Lucille Briele as co-hostess. Thursday morning, Mrs 0. A. Gutkenecht and ,Mrs W. D. Ley attended a 4*H School for leaders at Bancroft. ' Mr and Mrs Charles Hertzke took John Roelfsema to Iowa City where he underwent a check-up at the Veterans hospital. They returned Tuesday. Fred Strobel was admitted to the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday evening and underwent major surgery Thursday morning. , ' Mr and Mrs Robert Carr and daughters of Algona were'Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Harms* Mr and,Mrs ty. C.' Vodraska' spent Wednesday at Spencer with their son and family, ,Mr and Mrs John Vodraska. \ •' Robert Ogren moved the Dennis, Murray household goods to Northfield, Minn, on Friday. Mr Murray 1 'had moved some on Wednesday. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Robert Ko.llasch were hosts to Mr and Mrs Allen Vaske and family of'Elmore. Sunday afternoon callers were the Ivan Rpelfsemas of Elmore and the John Roelf- serrias of Lakota, Wednesday night, after school, Mrs William Larson entertained ten small boys in honor of her son Ross' eighth birthday. Friends of the Elso Jansen's are happy to learn that Mrs Jansen has been allowed to return to her home Saturday. She has been recuperating at the home of her sister in Jessup for severaJ weeks since being discharged from the hospital in Iowa City, Mrs C. R. Smith, who has been at the home of her daughter in Excelsior, Minn, for several weeks, left from there Wednesday for Ft. Lauderdale,,, Fla where'she will spend the rest al the winter with her son''Raymond and family. '.' \ Mr and Mrs Ernest Christ returned Wednesday from several weeks spent at Arcadia, Calif., 1 with their daughter -and-'family, * •the Curt Andersons. Th&r son, ,EdWin,i of -Lake Mills, met them iat*.the'"^Minneapolis airport andt irtfforttiehi -hohie:"' •—'*- i Mr and Mrs Ferd Koppen and family mpved to LeRoy,, Mjnn., on Wednesday. They; have purchased Gamble store there. , Friday night the .children of T. R. Estle gathered at his home to help him celebrate his 81st birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Laverne Thompson and daughters of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroder and baby of Bancroft, Donald Winters and .daughters of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Ray Winter -and 'family and Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rieffer .and family. On Sunday those who could not attend .the party Friday night came, namely, Mr' and Mrs,,Caleb Hartshorn, : and family of Fenton, Mrs Leon McCoy and Becky of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell and Mrs Pearl Smith. Irv Morgan, a Judo instructor for 'the United States Navy, Schools, Colleges and Police departments throughout the country, will demonstrate and lecture on American Judo on Friday, Jan. 23, at the Lakota School at 2:40 p.m. Humor and instruction are added to the program through his use of members of the audience on whom he demonstrates, also teaches his subjects how to defend themselves agaimt himself ad 6 potential "enfrrny,** , The appearance of Mf Moirgaft in Lakota has been arranged throtigfc the University of ifylinne* sola Program Service. Supl Cook invites the public to attend. James Vodraska, eon oi Mr ahd Mrs W. C. Vodraska, who is in the U.S. Navy, left the East Coast by plane Saturday for Lyauty, Morroco, Africa.- He will be Stationed there for two years. His brother, Stanley, also spent two years there while he was in the Navy. Stanley is ndw attending St. Thomas at Collegevjlle, Minn. Graveside services were held Sunday afternoon at Elmore for the stillborn gon of Mr and Mrs Robert Stengel of Lakota. The baby was born Friday at the Blue Earth hospital. Wednesday morning, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray, Dr. and Mrs John Lundquist and Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray attended the funeral of Dr. Murray's brother, Frank Murray, at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Buffalo Center. Lakotans who journeyed to DCS Moines ( to see Merideth Willson's "Music Man" were: Miss Lena Gutkenecht, Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton, Mr and Mrs Don,Boyed, Mr and Mrs Roberl Beemer. >Mr and Mrs Mike Christ Sr. of Lakota and their son and .family, the Arvid Christs of Scarvill& were Sunday afternoon callers at 'the Axel Bratlund home in Bancroft., They report Mrs Bratlund to 'be much better following her recent illness. "The Mary Circle met Thursday ^yening at the home of Mrs Wil- s6n Brack with Lois Murray as co-hostess. £ Mrs Frank Krall received word Sunday of the death of her brother, L. R. Reynolds who lived in Portsmouth, Va. He had been ill for the past two years. Funeral services were held on Wednesday in Pulaski, Tenn., Where he had formerly lived, and Iris wife wis feart&l Newcomers The AlgeM fttrfdomets €3ttb elected dfficefs ,at .their flfst nVeetfng el tJie" hew yeaf» ,tttes« day evening at the Legion hall. Mrs Warren JBrekaw wa§ fl ed new president Jitt<t ' Mf Adams, vice, jtesidefii , Mra JE rick Mulligan ift.teetetuy iftd Mrs Charles . O'Coimif is surer, Ofte ftew mltebfef, Mra Wilts fGrteiffl Was weletimedi Twenty-three member* w>re present and,tiards Wef^ placed following-the; business .jrieeting*.. Hostesses talre Mrs tJarl Hani seh, Mrs «tehn' Moline and Mrs Stan Richie. • > ,. Parish Farewell At St. Benedict St. Benedict, — St. Benedict parish held a farewell party beginning With pot-luck supper at 6 o'clock',Wednesday evenin'g, Jan. 14, in honor of Father Charles Ernst who was transferred to, Odebolt. • "» , Toastmas.ter for' the . evening was Father Grady of Humboldt and .the speaker was Father O'Toole. of Corwith. Other priests present were .Father Mason of Algona, Father Sturm of Livermore, Father Buekholtz ,of Wesley and Father Schumacher of Sti Joe. Father Ernst was presented a purse from Virgil Bierle ih behalf of the St. Benedict parishioners. Other gifts were received from the choir members and the Catholic daughters. A teen trio consisting of Bonnie Froelich, Wilma Brown and Carol Friders presented several vocal numbers. *« *•* * i -i ^ *, ?,'i' «• »•'* Sr 1, f. .: #••* ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. .- •• *• Mlf "CemnttNitn, Algona, t INTERNATIONAL'TRUCKS UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends DR. D. D. 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