The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 4
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•-»>.* . 4-Af§cno 0a.) Bet Tmmo'oy, July S, Wesleyan Weds Helen Renger Of Bancroft Wesley — William L. Koppcn, s«n of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen. Wesley, was married to Helen Render, drutth'^r •"' A "' Renger and the late Mrs Renger of Bancroft June ?7 at Hi ;< m ; n St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. The doubie ring ceremony and nuptial high mass \vn< said by Father Schult.es. Th<> bririp w»s given in marriage by her father. The bride was attended by her two sisters. Mrs Robert Licklcip and Mary Lee Renger. The bridegroom was attended by Erwin Willgon, Robert Kirkpatrick and Jerry Lickteig. The wedding dinner and re( rephon lor 180 guests were heir in the Johnson House at Algona Following a two week wedding trip the young couple will be at home in the Alne house on Main street. The bride is a graduate of the Bancroft parochial school and attended college one year. She liad been employed at the Will- gen Jewelry store in Algona several years 'and had lately kept house for her father and the .family. The bridegroom is a graduate of Wesley high school, attended 'Drake University, Des Moines, one year, served two years in the Marines and is now a rural mail carrier. Hcspilalitcd Clatehce Ward was taken to Mency hospital, Mason City, one day last week for moJical care Mrs R*»y Hanson is a patient in Park hospital. Mason City, where she has had the toes of her right foot amputated. Scott Davis left Monday following a two month visit with his sister, Mrs Carson Simpson, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs: Willis Bohn and sons of Mill Valley, "Calif, came last week to visit her folks, the Leo Bleichs. Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn and sons Dannv and Mark Allen of Ames spent the weekend at the parental, Leo Bleich home. Mike Froohlich, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlich come home Thursday from a two week visit in the home of his <isler and family, the Kenneth Greins, Livermore. Mr and Mrs George Rickc went to Dubuque Saturday to visit her mother. Mrs Mary Stufflick, in a hoppital there. Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson ol Britt, formerly of Wesley, are proud parents of their first girl. She was born Sunday, July 28 in the Britt hospital. •Mrs Willis Jones and infant daughter were brought home -Friday from the Britt hospital where the baby was born June 19. ,She has been named Arliss Kay. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom arrived home Thursday evening from a vacation trip to the Dakotas. They visited Mr and Mrs Charles Halverson at Edgely, North Dakota, formerly of Wesley. They spent two days with his brother, Mr and Mrs Harold Flom at Lansford, North Dakota. Dinner guests in the George Ricke home Wednesday evening were Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas and Rose Scanlan of Algona, Dean Kohlhaas of Washington, D. C., Mr and Mrs Richard Ricke and family of St. Benedict, Mr and Mrs Dean Ricke and Mr and Mrs Mike Vitzthum. Mr and Mrs Jerry Nielson are proud parents of a girl, Jody Ann born June 16 jn the Britt-hospital. Mrs Viola Studer left'Tuesday by plane from Mason City for Atlanta, Georgia to visit her son Bob Studer, his wife and their sons, Michael arid Shawn; •Mr and Mrs .Bill Hrubes and family attended a Hrubes family reunion June 21 at the parenta' Ed Hrubes home at Duncan. Carolyn Kay was born June 15 to Mr and Mrs Clarence Pen ning in the Britt hospital. They have two other children, Barbara j. Wed Recently At Fenfon Mr and Mrt GlUrtH HfcmlJcftk and sons of Great Bend, Kansas otc guests this week of Mra Hanzlicek's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Plumb. The Plumb£, Mrs ; Margaret Miller, and daughter, • Diana, the Kansas visitors and i the Plumb's grandchildren, Charlotte attd Bill Anderson of Sumner, spent last week at Woman Lake, Minn. The Degree of Hcnor Lodg» party was held Monday evening, June 22, at the home of Marie Scuff ham. Assisting were Wilma Ktrayer, Eva Mittag and Tillio Hargreaves. * Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson aivl Mr and Mrs Harold Schojnacher, Whittemore, spent the weekend at a reunion of Mrs Hobson's family at Fayette. They were overnight guests of Mrs Hobson's n-other and sister-in*law, Mr and Mrs Henry Traeger at Summer. Mr and Mra Lawrence Rodgers are shown after their 'wedding, May 31 in the Fenton Methodist church. The bride is the former Carole Jane Henrickson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Henrickson, Cylinder, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs La\V- rence A. Rodgers, Des Moines. The'couple attends Drake University where each is a senior. (UDM Engraving). and Douglas. Mr and Mrs George Hirner and Anna Mae and Mrs Simon Hirner and Roland went to Iowa City- June 24 to visit Simon Hirner, a medical patient in University hospital. Mrs Rose Benner of San Lean- clro, Calif., is expe'cted this week for a visit with her sister, Mrs Herman Ostercamp and family. Thursday dinner guests in the Theron Hanson home were Mr and Mrs Merle Wilkensen, his sister, Amy and his mother, Mrs Stella Wilkensen, all of Wichita, Kansas. \ 'Mr and Mrs Ralph Crowley, Mr and Mrs Marvin Crowley and daughter of Durant, ill. left Tuesday for their home"following a week's visit in the Herman and August Studer homes. Methodist women have given 20 new books to the Community library including Pat Boone's "Twixt 12 & 20", "Women of the Bible" and 6 volumes of animal stories. SMALL PARTS CABINETS-;fcr home or office. Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Bev. And Mrs M. it and children fe£ent Friday eve hing at George where Rev. Brower was formferiy Presbytfiriaff pastor.. ? . Mr* E. B. Waller entertained at a party SatUMay aftfer&oon itt honor of the tenth birthday of her san, Steve. Guests wett? Gordbh Odor, Bill Boldrtdfi, Larry Renkeh, David Oertrtff, Kerry Gpttfredson and Jack Waller, rfohft Bradley and'Gr^g ahd Doug Cook were unable to attend. The group went Ut th$ carnival, returned to the Waller home for 1 refreshments, and .had a ball game. The score was in 7 innings. John Lutzen, Jr., a telephone lineman from Osceola was in jured recently when a pole ji was ctimibing fell with him. Ltit- zen had his safety strap arouhc the pole and' was unable to; gel clear. Bdy Dtowns A Correctionville boy, Edward Letzriftg, 9, drowned Sunday at Lost 1 Island lake. Me was at- tfemfciing to swim to Shore from a boat in which he had been rid' ffigi The bo«y was fefcovired £wo " " I late* bjf the Spencer rescue ^ W 4T Lost Mand is in Palo Mb county asd 8 favorit^ _ ""local bullhead fishermen. At Fire School Arils • Klnseth aftti Marvin 'Kropf of Bode were among over 500= Iowa firemen and Industry representatives, from paid and Volunteer fife departments who attended the annual Iowa Fire School at Iowa State College June 16 - 19. They attendee Isetures and demonstrations and 'participated in various firelight* ng technio,ues during the four- day school at "the college. Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek Miie^-H club, met at the home of Mary and Margaret Keith June 13. ^ > Jo Elteti/Ba&s, Janice feade and Dyarins Baas gave demonstra-' tiotts, Ann Wilson gavfi a talk arid artificial respiration- was? demonstrated by Linda Clark.: Recreation was led by Gletmda Gabrielson. Music followed, led- by Janice Bode. ; Guests present were Mrs Gut-.' neckt, , Mrs F, Bode and Mrs Clark, . _^ i. . . ' PICTURE * Mrs Richard Batchelor created"' a work of art recently with a, picture of the elevator plant in, State Center made 'entirely from seeds sold by the company. Tho picture is'20 inches long and 12%. inches wide and it took her 300, hours of work to complete. Around Algona Jeanelle Sorensen, daughter oi Mrs Mabel Sorensen, is spending the summer working for a couple who own a motel at Wells, Maine, a resort town near Portland. She will•'return -the,; last week in August to resume her teaching position at Jefferson school a' Mason City. -:- - -'• . . .—o-^Mrs George Bonacker has left on a six week trip to Istanbul,, Turkey, where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr arid Mrs W. O. Ward arid their three daughters. Mrs Bonacker is mak : ing the trip by airlines frorii Chicago and will make stops at Paris and Frankfort, Germany, on the way. • y Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley were visited Sunday by Mrs Mawdsley's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs E. L. Rekers and Barbara, Carolyn and Dick,,61 Cedar Falls'. " ;,|| AUTOCR RANGES to delight the discriminating housewife! 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