The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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V "^^''^fyl*™^--!'^ 1 ^ TJKl.JSt.'Br 6-AlfDfia Oo.) Uppw DM Molnw tnuftddy, Jun» 11, 1959 ia£ * LAKOTA Mrs. Sophie Ellsworth Mr and Mrs C. F. Ennenberg moved into the Sciboldt house recently vacated by thr Dr. John Lundquist family on Saturday. On Monday after school Robert Hamilton and son Mark took Robert Jr. to Leech Lake, Minn, xvhere he will work this summer at a Lodge. Sherry Lou Anderson and Miehnel Vodraska, who attend the Northwest Institute of Medical Technology in St. Paul were weekend guests in the parental A. E. Anderson and W. C. Vodraska honies. Mr and Mrs Orval Kienitz and family attended n family picnic at the Donald Schaefer home at Walters, Minnesota on Sunday, honoring Capt. and Mrs R. L. Schaefer and children of Sumoter, South Carolina. Returning home with them for u few davs visit were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schaefer and family of St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Herman Bosnia were Sunday evening callers at the Kenneth Beck home. Mrs Donald Swan of Waterloo was a Saturday overnight guest at the Lauren Thompson home. He and Mr Thompson, Lairy and Roger went fishing at Iowa Lake on Saturday afternoon and came home with a good string of bullheads. Mr and Mrs Mike Hendrick^on . and son. Melvin of Dodee City. Minn, were Tuesday and Wednes-* day overnight guests at the Lou Nit* home. Mr and Mrs Lou Nit/ drove to Brandon, Wis., "on Saturday to visit their son anrl daughter and frieir families. Thev returned some on Sunday evening. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Fraiike Schadendorf, Jo Jahsen and Ruth Clapper as hostesses. Dr. and Mrs H. IT. Murray spent Sunday in the home of their son and family, the Dennis Murray's at Northfield, Minn. They also helped their grandson, Scott Murray celebrate his 3rd birthday. Mr and Mrs Roger Krbminga became the parents of a baby daughter May 22 at Brill Memorial hospital. The young lady has been named Kristy Sue and has a brother, Kevin, 2. Mrs Tena Price of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs John Ballon of Swea City were last week callers at the John Roelf- sema home. Sunday Mr and Mrs Ray Hertzke, Nyla and Bruce attended confirmation services at the Lutheran Church in Buffalo Center Mrs Hertzke's nephew, Don Wert- jes, was one of the ecmfirments, They were dinner guests at the Jack Wertjes home after services Guests were cntcrtaind at the Andrew Karels home following commencement in honor of Arlene. Weekend guests at the Elsie Baum home were her brother Alfred Baum of Lansing, Mich, who visited with his father in Iowa City enroule here, Mr and Mrs Art Baum of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Clarence Baum of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr Oncl Mrs Irvin Schwietert of Burl and Mr and Mrs Clarence Swenson ol Albert Lea. Minn. • ' Mr and Mrs Henry R. Johnson attended funeral services for his nephew. Roger Johnson, drown- ; ing victim at Woods Lake, "Minn.,' at the Lutheran Church in Elmore. Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft of Swea City accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Joe Berschman arc the parents of a baby daughter, Kristy Lynn, born May 20 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Fairville Church Scene of Struecker-Wehrspan Rites IN A PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE Delicious Food Graciously Served Charles Day* of .—^..-.w^, e Wolf Jr. famfly bf fiatt- arid Mrs 1 . Zadie Fuuefdf City. /•' \X, ,Mr-aftd Mrs Sam Link had a cotnmtencement patty tot they 1 son Fred following coffirfteheei ment exercises Monday evening, May 25. Those attending weffi 'the Ervjn Links, Martin Tok-* heims, Virgil Tokheim family, Bill Tokheims and , daughter, Harold Hesvick f^hlilyJSld Pay 1 * no family, Lars Skaaf family and Tom Prestons from Swea City, ; The G. W. Johnsons held a re^ ceplion, following commenc4* 'merit, for their son,-Gary. Mrs Ronald Johnson ..fcoure'd the cof* fee; Nancy Johnson, Served, thjb cnko; and Linda 'Weberi of Bancroft poured , the ,f>uncru MeS dames Mancil Hurlbllrti Rich afd Berg, Lawrence" Greenfieldi Guy Woodsall of -Sw.ea City* arid Mrs Lyle Wilson of Buffalo denier afso helpedTsefve; About 75 friends and relatives attended the reception.^ . | '' ••! tmm Mr anci Mrs George ''Harriet 1 and David and Mrs Jim "Harner Mrs Eli Anderson attended cb,mi mencement at Upp^r I6wa UM- 1 Ver ( slty at Fayette. „ Harner's son 5 Jfm, and Robert Eggerth, son/ of 1 .Charles Eggerth ' also bf £>w£s [City were .members of, the grad; 1 uating class.' 'Jim- will 'teach, a ,' Grundy Center next year. \ I The SarA Links attehded cpmi "". mencement at Jewell on Tuesday i evening, May 26. Mrs Link's .niece Virginia, daughter of the .Clarence Tokheim's, was a mem- be'r (jf'the \c1ass f O/--Vf'. ,'•• Dinner' igu6sts Iftt^tKe Harold Hesvicks Slinday, May 31, tyere the Dort ' -Ifabjprs' '/o,f .Forest .City Barney HesViiik aiid 'AnnA''. , : ' Mr and-Mfs Cdrl rLein^visited- fri$n1ds at Corwifh Ma5t\26,'. Mr ; and Mrs Sam Link; attend- Whittemore - theran church - St. Luke's Luin Fairville was \ 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Hotel Algona COFFEE SHOP And DINING ROOM TO THE CLASS OF '59... (AND THEIR DADS, TOO) the scene of the marriage of Alice Marie Struecker, daughter of Mrs Emma Struecker of Fort Dodge, and the late William Struecker, and Herman Wehrspan of Fort Dodge, son of Mr and .Mrs L. H. Wehrspan of Fairville, Saturday afternoon, May 30, at 4 o'clock with the Rev. A. C. Krueger, pastor of St. Luke's, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Carl Struecker, sister-in- law of the. bride of Waterloo, sang, accompanied by Lael Pettit, church organist, who also played the recessional and processional wedding march. The bride carried a white Bible with red roses knotted in white streamers and her jewelry was a strand of pearls and matching earrings, a gift from , 'the bridegroom. 'Janice Struecker of Ft. Dodge, sister of the bride, was maid of lonpr. Flower girls were Diane Struecker, niece of the britfe, daughter of-Mr and Mrs Wiljls plruecker of Whitlemore, . and £aren Struecker, niece of the jride, and daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon Struecker of West Bend.- Harlan Wehrspan of Fairville attended his brother as best man. Howard Struecker, brother of the bride, and Delbert Ostwald, cousin, were ushers. 'Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Plantation for 200 guests. •Elaine Maahs of Whitlemore and Dick Leu of MaJvern were, in charge of the guest book. Mrs Clyde Gingerich of West Bend and Mrs Eugene Elbert of Fair- far, Minn, were in charge of the gifts. The bridegroom 1 attended the St. Luke's parochial school at Fairville, and the rural schools and Jiad been helping his father 'farm. He is now 'employed with the Fareway Store in Fort Dodge. The bride attended the St, 'Paul's Lutheran school and grew to womanhood on her parents farm south of Whittemore and moved to Fort Dodge with her mother in 1958.- She is employed at a bakery in Fort Dodge. They will live in Fort Dodge. (Glenn Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Going To Boys Siate John Loeb'ach, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Jr., has been chosen by the American Legion to represent Whittemore at Boy's State June 7-13 at Camp Dodge. John is a junior at Presentation Academy. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of tyfh'it- temore, Mr and Mrs Ernest Maahs and Mrs Anna Maahs : of Fergus Falls, Minn, were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz. Tjlfe; Minnesota relatives were dinner' guests. ' » • -;"• Mr and Mrs Elmer Kriehn o! ed commencement at East Chait\, JMinn.. Friday, May 29. The Link* -attended.a, reception at the/Carl Isenbeff». home for • their/-; ,s6h Roger, a member of the class;'.- • Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredsdri; ( Mr and Mrs Eddie GOdfte'dspn children,. .' Hamburg, Wis. visited over th'e weekend,at the home of Mr and. VIrs Elmer Ostwald and Mr arid VIrs Edward Bannick, 'alsb.j.o'f Hamburg, Wis. visit,ed at . the riome of Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Ostwald, over the weekend. .All returned to their home Monday morning. •son.' and vboy^v all of'Swea Stows and ___;',<3o«to!edson 'aHd the W. : E. girls , of Humboldt Mr and Mrs John Leininger and son of Albert Lea /visited here over ! the weekend ''at'the parental homes of Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier and Mrs' Aurelia Leininger. ; By Mrs Cecil Godfredson Graduation Party The Morris Liens entertained were Memorial-day dinner guests al the home'6f: Mrs Cora Stow. i Pot luck ..dinner and, suoper guests Memorial Day at the Fritz Smouse home; were the i Don Smouses and Jake.-Smouses !p Coon Rapids, the Glen Curtis apd .Harold Krantz .family.', .The D.o.n Smouses and,Jake-Smpuses visit ed 1 the;Curtis,.and; Fritz Smouse homes.over the weekend.- ; Visitors at .the Louis St'en ( home Memorial•,Day • were the Jerry-Dalens, Max Engles 'and John Loos of Minneapolis, Minn the Joe Lobs and Gary .of. Buf ' falo Center, the ; Charles Schrpe ders ' of v Burt and- the .Bill mans 'bf Bancroft. : • • •• ' *•• Dinner guest at the Darrel Bis- h'op home Memorial Day were Rev. v and. Mrs > S. Hammer, and Mr; and Mrs Dillard ^ Bishop and daughter;; •'••:.<• ;•';'• •^'••' '.-v.:';'.•• . Sunday dinner , guests of the Cheste'r'-Fischers -were the .'-Nels Overfields ' o£ Elmore, M^aryin \G a r v i c k s • 6f--'Elmore, Harry ••-"-—•-- • ., 0 f• 'Winterset •; and,. ;Mr5 ollowing commencement lor. heir daughter Jerilyn. t"Thos£ ittending the par.ty were the jloyd Johnsons of Armstrong,' Arnold McFarlands, Mrs Ellen Newton, Frank D.ontjes, :Mrs Orpha Briggs and children, Mrs ASK THE FAMILY FOR THE •/c OP6ICO SPESDSHAVER* WITH ROTARY BLADES 'Get set for a great awakening, Never before was there • shaver like this. Other electric shavers wortt this way: Stop-and- start., Pinch and pull. NorelGQ works differently? beneath skln-guards that don't move, 12 self>sharpt »ning rotary blades whir) around In one continuous action, Norelco needs no world's top-seller, AC/DC* With handsome travel case, $24.95. D'aisy'Engstrom andjDarlene..;. *. Jim Harner visited his parents 'the; George Harners- < over ; the; weekend, * he returned .to ^Eaye,tte oh Sunday to -attend, i summer, /school.•"'• - : ''*,,,:'>- v'":•.,', '..;.'•'," ' Mr- arid .Mrs Charles;.Eggerth had as weeeknd guest, his son, jMr Eunice Sandea-s and son, Mrs"-'and 'Mrs ,Robert Eggeitfii:\ and SPEAKING? for the new Moreno Ipeedshaver, now the tht ntw Mr and Mrs Ernest. Maahs and Mrs Anna Maahs of Fergus Falls Minn, arrived here Thursday afternoon and were suoper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and stayed at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt during their visit here Thev were guests at the homes of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs. William and George Meyers, Alfred Meyers, Herbert Potratz, Mathilda Meyer. Ellsworth Heidenwith and Milton Espes. Mrs Maahs was the former Anna Meyer, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Henry Mever and a sister of William and George Meyer. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Herman Voigt. They returned home Monday forenoon. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe' Friday evening to help Mr Espe celebrate his birthday. , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Martin of Union; Mo. were Sunday evenjng visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Martin was the former Elda Lavren?, daughter of Mrs Augusta Lavrenz of Algona, Mr and Mrs Terry B. Eehlmer daughter Debra of Ames, Mr Mrs Ralph .Sobers of Waver- Jy and Pick Leu of Malvern. la. were over the weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed- wterd KEEP COOL WITH A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER No monkey business about it.' 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