The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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i • ' j * ** *t „ 'i ^ ,• ?* ?- r & ~V % V* ? 4 J J* •* A v*" ,v" *<~ *• 6-Alflono (to.) tippet tfei Molne* Thursdoy, June 11, 1959 Silver Anniversary i. PS, About IwoJvJndred friends and! relatives attended open house 1 Sunday at St. Michael's hall in Whltternbre in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Fern Drone. The children of Mr and Mrs Drone were hosts. They are Mr and Mrs James Drone, Algona, Carolyn of Omaha and Barbara, at home. -Assisting were Mrs C. L. Young, Mrs Wayne Drone. Mrs ' Edward Kain, Mrs Joe Loebach, Mrs Godfry Loebach, Mrs Rober. Kain, Sr., Mrs George Kain, Ardyth Drohe, Karen Bradley, Mary Loebach, Maribel Kain and D°n- ha Mullin. Mrs Robert Kain, Sr, made and decorated the three tiered wedding cake and Mrs i oung, the mints. Mrs Carl John on, Whittemare, made the coi .ages. Among the guests from a dis- uuice were Mr and Mrs Oar. Stellhoni and son Stephen, Lakeland, Florida, and Sue Stellhorn, Columbia, Missouri. Mrs Stellhorn was an attendant at the wedding at St. Cecelia's church ,n Algona, 25 years ago, along with Gerhardt Drone, now deceased. Mr and Mrs F. A, Ringsdorf of Laton, California, surprised the Drones with their presence. Mr and Mrs Elwood Green from Renwick were also present. Rev. Father Philip Dailey, pastor of St. Michael's church at Whittemore, and The Presentation Sisters where Mrs Drone teaches third grade, and Mr Drone ii custodian, also attended. ! Samson Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Claude Samson observed their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Tuesday, June 9. Their son and Wife, Mr and Mrs Victor Samson, came from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for the obser-, vance. Mrs Victor (Dorothy) Parsons of Algona is their daughter, and there are two grandchildren, Jim and Linda Parsons. '• Both Mr and Mrs Sarason %vere born and reared in Algona. They-were married June 9, 1909 at Lead, South Dakota, where Mr " Samson was hoomesteading. They returned to ' Algona that same year. Mr Samson was Kossuth county sheriff "for two terms during World War I.. Many' congra- 'tulations to the couple. ., Baptismal Sponsors , , Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke were at Ames a week ago Sunday to attend the , baptism of their grandaughter Natasha, daughter of Mr and- 1 Mrs Robert Stanton, arid were sponsors for the infant. Mrs Lyle Reidinger and sons Donny and Randy spent last week visiting her parents,, at Maryville, , Mo. They also visited her broth' er and wife at Kansas City, Mo. Cliff Bcnsehdter, Mrs ftobert Hfftt- rison, Abble and Mabel Tjaden. Roll call was ftrtswufed by, 24 members and 3 visitors, insbira- Won was given by Mrs Edgar Keith. 'Lesson on Conservation by Mr Burgess on Union Slough, Ver« non Brown showed pictures of, Minnesota Marsh's. Recreation was led by Mrs Duane Mawds* ley. Kalhy Defrnand Wedc Kathy Dermand became the Mr and Mrs Herbert Schauer, Algona, have announced the en* gagement and approaching mar•>TR of their daughter, Janice, above, to Franklin Jensen, so& of Mr and Mrs Peter Jensen of Ririg- o.tM. me wedding will be held Sunday, Sept, 27, in the- Trinity Lutheran church. Janice is a graduate of Algona high school and Mr Jensen *a graduate of Ringsted high school. He is employed here. (UDM Engraving). bride of John Clark Salyer III 'n a ceremony Sunday; June 7, >t 4:30 p.m. at the Methodist •hurch in Fort Dodge. , The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand, Algona, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs John Clark Salyer II of Silver Spring, Md. Officiating at the ceremony vas Rev. Arthur Peterson, re- ired Fort Dodge minister, a longtime friend of the Dermand fam- ly. The bride was attended by Sandra Shumway of Algona. Best man was Nidas Dermand, brother of the bride. The bride vas escorted to the altar by her .uher; ' Following the ceremony a din- jr for 40 guests was held at the irliway Inn at Fort Dodge. The bride has been attending inlioch College Yellow Springs, Ohio, and as part of her college work has been employed by the Associated Press in Washington, D.C. The bridegroom is a graduate of the American University in Washington, D.C. and has been employed by the Washington Daily News. He will enter the University of California at Berkeley to work toward his PhD degree. His bride will also study fit the University of California. Mr and Mrs Salyer are at present on a wedding trip to Lake Okoboji and will leave soon on a Linen Shower A linen shower for Judy Simmons was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Adelaide Simmons. Other hostesses were Mesdames Marie Lowman, ' Marge King, Carrie King, Virginia Sankey, Joan Kern, Marie ScUffhahl, Jean Simmons and Misses "'Janet Scuffham and Opal Kern. Miss' Simmons will be- married to Dale Kern Saturday evening. May 13 at First Presbyterian church here. She is, the daughter of former residents, Mr and 7 Mrs Lester Simmons now of- Cedar Falls and has been employed at Banker's Life, Des Moines. Mr Kern is the son of Mr, and Mrs Melvin Kern and was recently graduated from Iowa State College. The couple will live in.Pom- ona, Calif., where Mr Keni will do research work for -Convair. Is At Bancroft Margaret fcottfnf Gerald roandsmnltefr Dire tied June 6 at 9 SJM. ift St, Catholic church at B,.^ Msgi*. Joseph J, Schultes, officiating at the double 4-ing eerfemofty. Acolytes were Terry Jensen, Joe WilhelmS, Melvin Fabor and W«t. Diers. Parents of the -couple are/.Mr and Mrs Peter Rolling of Ban- and Mr and Mrs croft, Irmiter of Armstrong, Henry Nuptial music wa§ 0rovid£d by Ann Vogel of Bancroft as organist and the church choir sang, The bride wore a chantilly lace ''own with tiers of pleated, Wee and net ruffles from the waist 'to tne hemline in the back* The gown was styled with buttons to the waistline in back and-' Ibhg pointed sleeves to the wrist. The V-shaped bodice ended with f a yolk of nylon net at the neckline which was accented by ,a tiny collar. Her chapel length veil was in place by a pearl crown tiara^and she carried a bouqtlet oJ: red roses. '^W Bernadette Rolling of Bancroft was her sister's maid of honor and Joan Irmiter, sister of'the bridegroom, Armstrong, as bridesmaid, j ulius Irmiter attended his brother as bestman. John Rolling se'rv-, a as groomsman. Ushers \vere .ohn Rezac Jr. and Frank Rojlirtg, Armstrong, Douglas H a As e n, Ringsted, and John "-*--'- had chftfge pi Hit, They Wfll 08 fc* * near Armstrong where he i "SBfWkte »I «Sfr«&rfti St. John's nigh stimi fell! find Mr Mter 1* r_I9W. uate of Afftistfoniji high sw BurtManCut , Painfully By Power Sow But* — Guy GiddingS suffered a very painful cut to hW right :tW! JPJ f^Sft m oiusacY ¥»»». »ua miuuiuctrJP&tt' aM MfH Mft?gt«t HmMfiolaet v<*?. JoU *"£• »»c»*»«ufc»« * > %M» , ^** W 3«lBL£J»fcjM vLSBHH :<!*•*., irM'^eiftiii us, he had torn ligaments inUhe £ * "lin lUGf ancp it^iS*ftoW in & • •>• "I* 1 . IV western trip, They will home In San Francisco. be at Wed 20 Years v . Mr and Mrs Homer Clark 'observed their twentieth wedding anniversary Sunday and had as guests Mr arid Mrs Stanley Muckey who had attended them -at the wedding. • ., ' •.,-•-, Meet . The Plum Creek homemakers met May 27 with Mrs Floyd Bode. Assisting hostesses were Mrs At Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs William. Ankenbauer 'were at Livermire, Sunday, to attend the silver wedding anniversary of the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Coleman., Those who arranged the celebration were Mrs William Ankenbauer, Mrs Gerald Coleman, Mrs David Coleman, and Mrs Vernon Kramer. Mrs Alice Ditsworth poured. Cheryl Kramer assisted with the gifts and the guest book was in charge of Judy Coleman. This was also the birthday of Mrs Coleman. *Mr f and Mrs Albert 'Hagg entertained at dinner graduation night in honor of their son Franklin. Guests were their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz, Ronnie and Rhonda, of Exira, Mr and Mrs Ben Dodd and family, of Humboldt and Carol Johnson. —o— Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church included William Joseph, son'of-Mr and MA*S John; Spencer: Jeffrey Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs Elton Wood arid Bruce Leonard, son of Mr and Mrs Robert D. Winters. Flower girl was Kathy sister of the bridegroom.'Vincent Rolling of Ceylon, Minn., nephew of the bride, served as ring- bearer, ••Immediately after the wedding service a reception for 200 was held in >the church parlors. Janice Ferguson of Bancroft, cousin of the bride, registered the guests. The bridal table featured a four tiered wedding cake. The 'cake >vas made and decorated by Mrs Leo Crowley of Armstrong. The dinner was prepared and served by friends of the bride. Betty Seldorfer, Bancroft, poureq, Irene Blocker, Bancroft, presided at the silver coffee set- vice, Mi's Maurice Froehle, Batf- croft, and Mrs' Floyd Miller 'of. Rockwell City, cut and served the thumb. He "got it eftught in a power saw. It ttiok five stitches to close the wound. Mrs Richard Lavrenz, Harold and Ann spent from Thufsday to Sunday at the Gilbert Bidne home 1 at Lake Mllles. Mrs Hazel Bradlsh and Mfr-and Mrs David Bradlsh of Des Mbines visited 1 at the Nettie Lavrenz home May 28. k The Methodist Bible School started 'June* 8. The teachers .are Mrs Jbhn Carlson, Jane Black, ivlrs La#ce Riebhoff) Mrs Cllffdrd vbbas, Francis McDonald, Judith Abbas, Mrs Viola McDonald, Judy Hinckley. Rev. and-Mrs Samek are over all leaders and. Mrs Vogel Is secretary, t Dennis Hammerstrom left Burt for a sik year enlistment In th£ •air force. He is to be stationed at. Pensacola, Florida, Dennis is the youngest son of Mr and'Mrs Russell Hammerstrom. Mr'and Mrs Clifford Pannkuk are the fcroud parents of a baby girl named Debra'Lynn^ The-little miss was born May 28 at Iowa 'City. She has one brother. Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings Jr., LuVerne, visited at the parental Gux Giddings home Sunday. Graveside Rites, Lone Rock Baby Lone Rock — Graveside rites were held Thursday afternoon, May 28, at Eastlawn cemetery in Algona for Duane Allan Householder, 10 day-old infant.son of Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder of Rock. Rev. Harvey Walker of Fenton was officiating pastor and the Thomas Funeral Chapel of Fenton was in<charge. A *iT- 'cake. Mrs Gehe Yetmer, • Fort , The baby was born at the Holy ^r r -* ~ I Vj; 0 < W *$^ .- "f. •", } Atth JOIN' tHl FUN , • GET ^YQUll-'OWN "ItfiCThtlCt HOT %&&< Ju*» terid 50<i together wlifi th9.*{de^i»f^ ; ,, SchWen'* half-flttllort'milk Norton that rtddi 1 ' ; "Laboratory r Controlled Quality" 6r • tU round flap side ,from ,a half-gallon ol Schwen't ke Cream. , Mall with your ham* * and iaddres* to: Sthwew'« Ue Gre<»y Co!, , Blue Earth. 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