The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 15
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July 9, 1959 ^Igona Upper July 9, 1959 f M A. H. S. Band Prepares For Wyoming Jaunt Janice Paulson Of Wesley Is Wed June 20 Sheridan, Wyo. Rodeo parade draws thousands of spectators, tha first morning of the .three-day show. 1 The Algpna High , School band will participate in. both the parade and grand entry at the rodeo grounds and \ will give a concert at the Sh.eridan Veterans Administration hospital. Calf roping is a popular rodeo event and often has the largest p'ayoff at the Sheridan. Wyo, Rodeo. Here the roper is dismounting from his well trained horse to tie up the calf. Tom Tisdale of Casper, Wyo., was calf roping champion at the 1958 rodeo when more than $10,000 in prize money was paid out. •;-- : ¥~ MiiyirtBMift^^^-' : '• ',..'- V'«'t^"- ,V *V«<iw<yW. 9f*»-<r *,(. &T* AV^T] -1 */*' ' .. >> ;>'<' * :j! "4 '*>"> ,*r >• s ;•{ Wesley — Janice Paulson, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Paulson and David J. Tegtmeyer, son of 'Mr and Mrs Clarence Tegtmcyer of Britt were married in a double ring ceremony, June 20 in the local Methodist church. Rev. Ralph Grote of Graeltingei offirinted with Rev. Robert Jones of Wesley assisting. , Tom Swan played organ musk before the ceremony and the traditional wedding marches. Ho accompanied Francis IT u 1 i n p. soloist. The bride wns given in mar .ringe by her father. She wore a floor length gown of white bro ended nylon net over tiers of ruf fled net. and bridal satin, with i sivbrina neckline nnd tiny shir red cup sleeves. Her veil wa held in place by n crown of pearl and sequins. Her jewelry was , pair of penrl earrings, a gift o the bridegroom nnd a peai necklace, a gLft of the bride' grandmother, Smith. The brid carried reel roses on a white Bible. The maid of honor was Jovce Paulson and bridesmaid, Mrs Jane Hilton. Best men were John Tegtmeyer and John Phil Richter. Linda Smith was flower girl, Denn Tegtmeyer was ring bearer and ushers were Calvin Smith, Harry Christians and Don Weil- nnd. Forest Tegtmeyer and Susan Tegtmeyer were candle- lighters. Following the ceremony a reception for 230 guests was held in the church. Mrs Herman Bode served as hostess, Mary Ellen Farrow and Maxine were waitresses for the bridal table and Beverly Schnffer and Florence Schutrop were waitresses for the guests. Mrs Maurice Swan and Mrs Harry Christians cut the decorated wedding cake. Mrs Henry Schutrop and Mrs Adix poured. Mrs. Jim Njtjlspn,. and Mrs Gene Lockore registered the Mrs Calvin Smith, Mrs Don Reding and Audra Haverly were in charge of gifts. The bride was graduated from the Britt high school and Waldorf college and has taught at Graettinger and Spencer. The bridegroom was graduated from Britt high school. The couple will be at home on a farm near Spencei after a short wedding trip. Helen Lk-kteig, daughter of tha rklegmoin wns bridesmaid, Jim 'ntlhoff, son of the bride, was >est man, Dennis Potthoff. son of he bride, and Mike Lirkteig, son if the bridegroom w?ro acolytes. Following a short wedding trip he family will live in the bridegroom's home here. Prniric Pals Mot Prairie Pals 4-11 girls met with Sylvin Cink June If! with (i girls find five mothers present. Ruth Wise, president, gave, i report on State convention at Ames nnd Ruth Lickteig reported in district meet at Clear Lake. Sylvia Cink demonstrated the use of color in bathrooms. Mr<< H a •>. e 1 Stutter demonstrated 'Flower Arrangements." Re- crenlion was in charge of Mary Ellen Ludwig and Paula Fisher Music by Julie Kun/. The group discussed plans for county fait exhibits. Albert Lickteig Weds Mr and Mrs Herman Wise anc Ruth and Gary Larson went t< Dos Monies Sunday, June 21 l< nl lend Baccalaureate services a 11 o'clock in St. John's Lutheran church for 37 student nurses o Broadlawns hospital. Gniduntioi will be June 2(i. Charlotte Wise daughter, sister and fiancee o the above was a member of th class. Janice Paulson was honored a :i shower June 13 in the. Britt Lutheran church by relatives of David Tegtmeyer whom she married June 20. The Lou Cink family attended a Beebe-Met/.ger family reunion at Twin Lake, la. Sunday. Leo llanig was brought home Saturday from the Hancock hospital, Britt, where he had been several days for medical care. A Rcising family picnic was held Sunday at the parental Andrew Reising farm home. Attending were the Lyle Huffs, Mason City, Alvin Ed ens, Jim Reisings, Philip and' Clelus Studers. The Lou Ginks attended a Schick family picnic Sunday at West Bend. Jacqueline Sehlicht was honored at a linen shower Sunday, June 7, in the Woden Presbyterian church. Alice Eden was in charge of the program, with Marian Eden and Janice Dirksen assisting. Hostesses were Mrs Edward Eden, Mrs Henry 'Dirksen, Mrs Mcindert Dirksen and Mrs George Dirksen. Mrs Ernie Van Weclden poured, Marilyn Schlicht and Marian Eden assisted with the gifts and Lenice Dirksen and Elaine Schlicht passed the gifts. Miss Schlicht became the bride of Robert Eden June 14. Mr and Mrs Edward Eden became grandparents for the first time when a daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Larry Garlock at Fotterman monument marks one of the bloody incidents of the Indian Wars, On Dec,.21 1866, Lt. Col, 1 William J, Fetterman, a foolhardy officer new to the West, disregarded orders'in a sortie from Fort,Phil Kearney.and his command '< of ,83 were killed, in an ambush by .an'overwhelming force of Sioux under the command'of Red Cloua v There were no'survivbrs. This monument marks the battle site 22 miles south of Sheridan and.is alongside U.S;-Highway 87, ' ' The Lo'n Go^es, Wi'lfred Beck- Mason City June 6. s, Lou Licklcigs and the Albert Held Mission Festival At Tifonka Church ers Lickteig children attended the wedding of Albert Lickteig and Marie Potthoff at. St. Augustine's Catholic church at Carroll June 20. «*'<;• To March In Big Western Parade, July 1? Algeria high school's band wilt cave next Tuesday morning for Sheridan, Wyo., to participate as nvited gucftts in the big Sheridan r U>deo. Pictured here ore some of the tights the band members will mjoy at. Sheridan. The Sheridan, Wyo. Rodeo has ho reputation of being the "World's Largest Working Cow* boys' Rodeo." There are over 300 local working cowboys who com- pelr, in the three-day event, July 17, 18 and 19. Tlv contestants are restricted to five counties in Montana, namely: Rosebud, Yellowstone, Custer, Powder River and Big Horn counties; and seven counties in Wyoming; Sheridan, Big Horn. Johnson, Campbell, Crook Weston and Natrona. The night show will be one of the nationally known Grand,"Ol. Opry companies, starring Hawkshaw Hawkins and Jean Shephard, and will be held each night of the rodeo. The Forsytho-Dowes Carnival will be on the grounds. They usually set-up two nights in advance of the rodeo's opening. The setting for the Sheridan, Wyo. Rodeo is considered one ol lhe finest, in the nation. Tha najestic Big Horn mountains are in the background. Sheridan is situated 'at the con-i fluence of the Little and Big loose Creeks, and is cradled in. the shadows of the Big Horn Mountains. It is a trading center for a huge area. Sheridan has been signally honored this year in being chosen an "AM-America City," one o\ four cities to be honored west of, the Mississippi River. There are eleven cities so honored each year in the nation. A huge western parade starts promptly at lb a.m., Friday, July 17. Not'orice in 27 years has this parade failed to start on'time. It's one of the most authentic and colorful in ./the.entire nation. This is the BIG parade'for the Algona band. Laterally hundreds of Indians, from the two neighboring reservations, visit Sheridan during the rodeo. Both (Tie Cheyenne and Crow reservation's are just north of Sheridan in Montana. The rodeo starts promptly each afternoon at 1:30 with the grand entry. It's a fast moving show, with somethin' goin' on every minute. If you want to see rodeoing at ts best, then be sure to take in he Sheridan, Wyo. Rodeo. There's bulldogging, calf roping, earn tying, bronc riding, barrel races, etc. There -are associa- ,ion races, cowboy races, Indian races, including relay races, and the very last event on the program each day is the thrilling WILD HORSE RACE. First producing oil well was drilled at Sheridan in 1952 and annual production in the county is now more than 1,250,000 barrels of crude petroleum. The producing sands are about a mile deep. Picnic Follows 4-H Club Tour At St. Joe St. Jpe «"• The annual St. Joe Trojans 4-H club tour followed, by a family picnic supper was held June 24. The tour began at 2;30 p.rn. with mwV&ers, their parents.; Bob Johnson and Gor» don Hall N of Algona " and Peter Erpelding accompanying the tour, The club: has 22 baby beeves; 10 purebred heifers and 4 crop pro. jects. • ' The . picnic supper -held; on the St. 'Joseph's . parish grounds was prepared by club leader Bernard Thjlges and clvjb members' mothers. Special were ' Rev! Leo C. Schumacher ,and Margaret Reidmiller. 4<B Clubs Met The -June 29 meeting of Riverdale Rustlers 1 - 4-H was held June 27. Achievement Pay plans were discussed with a demonstration .on clothes hangers by Mary Lou Qales and Mary Sue Red* ing. A talk on;the care,of woolens was given <by Mary Q'Brien_and Ruth Klein. 'A report on camp was given by Janet Reding anc Rjit'h Klein. Bernadette and Leonoras.Hiibept and their mother were hostesses, . $iverdaie Rustlers Unit 2 mei June '27.' Lx>is Erpelding an'c Eileen : Wagnfr gave a demon- strattien on 'picture framing- : . A Wag- talk 'was given by> ner, • A W\ on ''record wiith'< completed sample sheets \sras given by Rutlt Klein. Work was also done on record books. Jeanette arid Ruth Ann Kellner and their mother were hostesses. Mary O'Brien,- daughter of Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien, has re- ;urned home from a month's visit with an aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Frank Horan and family in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jim Horan, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Horan accompanied his cousin here for a visit with relatives. Mr and .Mrs John Frejinger and family have had visitors this past week in their home. Mr and Mrs Frelinger'a daughter, Sister .MV Virginia 0,S.F.' and Mrs Fre» lingers sisters; Sister M. Salome ;QjS/F. an4 : Sistey M- Clarissa O.S-F- from Mt St. Francis Con ,' Pubuque, Mrs Maggie Tnilges tiome Thursday from Watertown, South Dakota, where she spent the past several weeks with relatives. Mr and Mrs Roney Tnilges of Tracy, Minn, accompanied her here and visited several days before returning to their home. Father John Thilges from Techny, 111. is here this week visiting with relatives and friends. He has just returned from a three month European tour. Patty Reding is spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs Nick Mergen at \yhittemore. Mr and Mrs Donald lUg aru moving and getting settled in the late Mrs Mary Reding home now owned by Mr and Mrs Orvilla Wagner. and Mrs John B. Reding returned were Sunday evening visitors at the Nick Reding home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Cletus Reding and family of Phoenix, Ariz, are visiting in the Reding home. 14 Speeders Visit Mayor's Court Here Use of a speed analyzer, in operation part of two days, resulted in a .rush of business for Mayor C. C. Shierk's court, John Oliver, Des Moines, was fined $25 on a charge of intox* jcaftion. The fine was suspended. Gladys Sleichter, Arnolds Park, paid $6 and costs for fail Tiionka — The Ramsey Reformed Mission Festival was observed Thursday, July 2. Chaplain David Rearden, a former resident of Buffalo Center, Iowa, gave the morning service in German at 10 and English in the afternoon at 2. Rev. John Hiemstra gave the English service at 11 in the morning and also talked in the afternoon. The evening service at 8 was given by Rev. Sidney Van Gelder. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed by all at noon. Clarence Mechler was taken to the Brilt hospital Monday after becoming ill the past week Mr and Mrs Dewey Amundson and daughter Diane of Portland Oregon, were Thursday and Friday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Sathoff while enroute to the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Arthur Crissinger .and daughter Deona of Mooreland have moved into the home •ecently vacated by the Clarence Bruns family. Mr Crissinger will be the boys basketball and assistant football coach and science teacher in 8th and 10th grades at the local school this fall. Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill and children have moved into the home recently vacated by the Walter Haack family. Mr Hill will be the commercial teacher in the Titonka schools this fall. Mr and Mrs Arthur Crissinger and daughter Deona were Sunday evening guests at the horn*} of Mr and Mrs Lyle Opheim and family. Supt. W. P. Truesdell is taking an eight week course in summer school at Iowa Gity. (Mr and Mrs Anton Bruns were Sund'ay evening visitors at the home of Mr arid Mrs Jfenry plaisier. Mrs Henry Flakier, Sitroon rRicks,. Leo Richtfcr, H o m e powns, Cdrl Kfarms, Richirq" and Pick Harrinfa at' the shower .Thursday »ve- JF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT ning, honoring Parlene Harringa, ing to stop at a stop light. Speeding fines, all plus costs, were paid by Gary Jennings, Algona, $5; Ellis Robbius, Rialto, Calif., $6; Jerry Wilhite, Corwith, $6; John Ramus, Lone Rock, $6; Thomas MoMahon, Algona, $6; Fred Eckhart, Bancroft, $6; Gerald Hambrick, Carrington, Maryland, $6; William Champion, Lone Rock,$6; Richard Olson, Sexton, $6; Robert Rockwood, Wesley, $6; Jay Davis, Burl, $5; Richard Woodcock, Algona,$5; Philip T, Miller, Algona, $5 and' Gary M. Porter, Algona, $5, , James Richey, Algona, paid $5 and costs for careless giving; Andrew Hobb, Wesley, $5, noisy muffler; and Thoma§ Macumber, Algona, $5, and costs, loud muffler. who will become the bride of Merle Biersford of Bancroft July 2. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Debra enjoyed a picnic Saturday at the home of Mr and -Mrs Henry D: Harms of Buffalo Center. Darrel Wubben, son of Mr and Mrs Jerry Wubben of Titonka, has completed his course at Midland Linotype School, Charles City, and has accepted a position at Nappance, Indiana. 'Mrs DeLois Dunnivan and children came home with Russell Krominea and son Harlan and Victor Hammond who had gone Friday to Rockford, HI. for a visit with the Dunnivan and Paul Krominga families. Phillip Faaborg was home over the weeeknd. He is attending summer school at Drake University, Des Mojnes. J, L. Intermill, J. R. Schutjer and Russell Docksteadei- left Saturday noon and took their •sons, Donald Intel-mill, Douglas Schutjer and Dudley Docksteadev to Okoboji where they camped out for the afternoon, evening and all day Sunday. The boys belong to the Weiblo group of the Boy Scouts, Warren Truesdell came for ihe weekend to attend the wedding of Julius Steeker. At Workshop Mrs Wm. McKim, Algona e attended the Farm Bureau Conference Workshop on Education, at Columbus, Ohio, June 28 • July j, The workshop discussed many problems facing education. Alsp attending the conference ;from Kossu'th was Wayne Keith, Bwt, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation '" vice president. F. a .Connecticut enupel}, w ored, recently for " niversary ol bis minister of the Lwtner 9$ Pr. Bergrea Mediapolis.

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