The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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"I, 6-Alsortc (lo.) Upp«r Be* Molnw Thursday, Aug 20,. J9S9 Janice Schulfz OfWhiffemore Is Wed Aug. 8 Whltiemore — Rev. Cleo Kautsch, lotal pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiated at the double ring ceremony when Janice Sehultz. daughter of M-rs Ruth Schultz and the late George Schult7.. became the -bride of Kenneth Mergen, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Mergen of Whittemore, Aug. 8. The wedding took place at 7 p.m. Reuben Butzke, church organist, played a prelude and the nuptial wedding music and accompanied Mrs Walter A. -Meyer, soloist. The bride was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her brother, Norman Schull?.. She wore a floor length gown of white nylon tulle over ruffles of nylon net and taffeta." Her skirt was fashioned with insets of scalloped late. Her fitted bodice was fashioned with illusion lace trimmed with sequins and scalloped shbrt lace sleeves with matching mitt& Her finger/ lip veil of English imported illusion net was held in place by a crown trimmed with seeded pearls and sequins. She wore a pair of pearl drop earrings, and carried a bouquet of red roses. Mrs James Schultz was matron of honor. Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. was bridesmaid. James Schultz was best man and Charles Schultz was groomsman. Richard Potralss and Edward Maahs Jr. we ushers. •A reception was held follow- ing the ceremony in the church pariors. BJlen Maahs and Lorraine Butzke wew table wait^- resses, Mrs Ernie Meyer cut tho cake, Mrs Herbert Potrat* served and kitchen help included Mrs Gerald Ollom, Mrs 'Milton Espe and Mrs Dennis Wehrspann. Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and Mrs Joe Kollasch wore in charge of -the gifts. The bride attended St. Paul's Lutheran school and graduated with the class of 1958 from Whit- temqre high school and has been employed at Algona. The bridegroom graduated from Presentation Academy and is employed with the Tri County Co-op Association. Following n short wodding trip thoy will be at home at Whitte- rnore. Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. R. Bohannon Denms C/nfc Weds Britt Girl, Aug. 11, At Duncan QUESTION: When a person who has liability insurance is sued can the insurance company either settle out of court or defend the suit, whichever it wants? — • ANSWER: In most liability policies the company reserves the right to decide whether to pay or "defend the suit. An exception is the professional liability (malpractice) insurance for doctors, lawyers, etc. A doctor, for instance, might feel that. settlement out of court would • hurt his reputation so in most policies in that field settlement cannot be made unless the insured person consents. . • if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. LS. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 W.S.C.S. At Ledyard Host To Five Clubs Ledyard — Thursday afternoon the W.S.C.S. held a guest tea for Ihe two other societies in town, the Rosary Society and the E. and R. Guild and the Grant, Swea City and Burt W.S.C.S. socieUesi The following program war, given with Mrs Fred Dutton in charge: welcome, Mrs Glen Burrow, president; devotions, Mrs D. B. Mayer; piano duct. Ann Carpenter and Betty Herzog; girls chorus; introduction of tho speaker by Mrs Dutton; and falk by Mrs Kenneth Crawford of Fairmont. Al the close of the program, Mrs Burrow presented Mrs Gertrude Wiemer a life membership from the society in recognition of her many years of service. A lunch was served. The Mary circle, with Mrs Mary Bashara and Mrs Lena Warner as chair- rtien, were in chrgc. Springfield Sparklers On Aug. 11 the Springfield Sparklers held their .achievement show. Mrs R. I. Anderson tit] Mrs Henry Steenhard of Lakota were judges. Mrs Herman Goetz and Janis and Mrs Epko Johnson and Beth served a noon lunch for the judges and two leaders. In the afternoon a program was presented as follows: welcome Carol Ann Runksmeier; song by the Sparklers; Presentation of corsages and gifts, Carol Ann Runksmeier, Deanna Brandt am Linda Pingel; president's repor and introduction of officers Donna Ingebritson; solo, Janis Goetz; team demonstration, Pamela Keil and, Beth Johnson; and piano solo by Judy Ingebritson. •Honorary guests were the county officers, the Ledyard Lassies and their leader, Mrs Herzog. Lunch was served by the mothers in the afternoon. 38 entries were chosen to go Urthe Fair. Nurse Graduates Judith Muriel Roseboro,. daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton ^Roseboro, Ledyard, will graduate from Methodist-Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn. Sunday, Aug. 30,' at 8:15. Commencement exercises will be held in Central. School auditorium. Jud( ith is a 1956 graduate of Ledyard Community school. • WESLEY By Mrs. Vldla Stud*? Mr and Mrs Pat Rasmussen and Mr and Mrs Raymond Wieland and children joined the Methodist church Sunday, Aug. 2. • . .: . , . . The infant son df Mr and Mrs George Ostercarop ,was ibaptixed Kevin 'Duarte. Aug. 2. Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Hayfield, Minn, visited the Harold Price family last Week. Mr and 'Mrs George O'Brieh of Mason City spent the Weekend with Mr and. Mrs Richard Smith and family. . « Al prnTTBill tLoebig and Qaylo Janice Brcka, daughter of Mr and Mrs George L. Brcka, Britt, [owa, became the bride of Dennis E. Cink, son of Mr and 'Mrs Eugene Cink, Algona, and the late Mrs Irene Cink at the Wen- ccslaus Catholic Church! Duncan, Iowa, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, at 9:30 in the morning. Rt. Rev. Monsignor W. Hrudccky officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The couple is pictured above. Mrs Frank Vavrick, organist, accompanied Marge Vavrick and Mrs William Malek, Jr. as they sang. The bride, 'given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of hand clipped scalloped Mantilla lace. The fitted bodice was edged with a Sabrina neckline and scalloped sleeves. The full bouffant skirt of tiers of ruffled lace, extended into a chapel Honored At Shower On Saturday evening in the Methodist church a miscellaneou post-nuptial shower was held honoring Mrs Larry Pingel. The following program was given: Reading, Mrs Don Johnson solo, Linda Pingel; reading, Mr; Allan Loucks; novelty trio num ber, Ann Carpenter, Linda Pinge and Roberta Wentworth; reading Mrs C. Jurgens, The bride was then assisted in opening her many gifts by he: sisters, Mrs -Maurice Pingel and Linda Pingel. A lunch was ser-v ed by the hostesses. left Aug. 13 for Denver, Colo/ lo spend the weekend; : ?j •-.-:' Mrs Vi St'uder is'spending 'thfe week in Iowa City. Barbara Weeks of Des Moines spent the past week in the home of uncle, 'Ronnie Newbrough. v Mr and Mrs Harold Price visited her sister in Renwick Aug. 10. Mrs Tom For burger Jr. arrived n Wesley Aug. 10. from El Paso, Texas for a Visit- with relatives and friends before -going;to Georgia, where her husband is being tranfserred to Fort Bdnning. Mr and Mrs Roy Kleinpetei* lad as guests Aug. 10 Mr and Mrs Pete Haverly of California. Mrs Charles Mull in is home. having been a patiewt the past week in Mewy hospital. Mason City, . . A picnic was held Aug. § at the Leo Obetz home to celefcrate the 80th birthday of her father, John Arndorfer, The, 'following children were present 'besides Mrs Coot?., Clarence and Arnold Arndorfer and* families, Aitidorfer, all of St. Benedict. Leonard Arndorfer family, Wesley, and Mr and Mrs Walter Lichter 'and family, Algona. Grace Goetz, who has spent the past three weeks' at her home< has gone 'to Colorado to visit her sister Lucille and her brother, Bob. Mr and Mrs S. C. Christensen, son John and granddaughter Kathy Hansen of Mason City visited Aug. 9 in the home of her mother, iMrs Mary Bradfield. Duane Darnell was discharged from the U.S. Navy Aug. 6 and arrived home on his 21st birthday. Mr and Mrs Neal Warren of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental, D. B. Mayer home. Mrs Mayer accompanied them home on Sunday to visit a week. Mr and Mrs Charles Miller of Allison visited Friday at the Fred Dutton home. (Mr and Mrs Thalfred Udstuen and family of near Rochester were visitors on Sunday at tho home of Mrs Ida Darnell. rain. She wor* mitts of match- ng lace. Her fingertip veil of pure silk illusion Uille, %vith land-rolled edges, %vas held by, a scalloped lace cap edged with jearls and trimmed with sequins, she carried a Cascade bouquet >f deep pink sweetheart roses centered with a white orchid with purple -throat. Her jewelry consisted of a pearl choker ane earrings and she carried a errsSal rosary, 'gifts ol the bridergroom Marge Paca. cousin of Site bride, was maid of honor. Virginia Klein, cousin of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Jun ior bridesmaids were Barfoan Brcka, sister of the bride, ant Judy Ferstal, niece of the bride* groom. Diane Brcka served her siste as flower girl. Kevin Chesshir cousin of the -bride, -was ring bearer. The bridegroom's attendants were James Oink, brother of the bridegroom, and Kenneth Brcka. brother of the bride. Ushers were Dale Brcka, brother of the bride and Mike Cink, 'brother of the bridegroom. They all wore white dinner jackets and dark trousers. A dinner and reception was held at the All Vets Social Center, Clear Lake, Iowa for 250 guests. Host and hostess were Mr and Mrs Clarence .Brcka, Miss 'Beverly Kopacek registered the guests, Miss Karen Formanek, Miss Joyce Ostercamp, Miss Deloris Klein and Miss "Mary Alice Klein unwrapped and displayed the igifts. Miss Naney j'-ShSets presided at the punch bowl. Mrs iLouis Ferstl and (Mrs Kenneth Chesshir cut and served -the wedding cake. Mrs Duane Sheppard and Mrs Rudy Urich poured. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will -make their home at Sexton, Iowa neau which the bridegroom will be engaged in farming. (UDM Engraving Reynolds Photo) Attend the Church of YOUR Choice Every Week St. Thomas Episcopal First Presbyterian First Methodist Regular Baptist Seventh Day Adventist Congregational St. Cecelia's First Baptist Church, of Nazarene t ' First Lutheran/' Trinity Lutheran This Message Sponsored By MUSICIAN D PUBLIC SALE As I am going out of the dairy business, and have rented my farm, I will sell the following described personal property on my farm located 5'/z miles south of Woden, 1 mile west, and 1st place south; or 3 miles east, and 5 miles north of Wesley; or S'/z miles east and 5'/4 miles south of Titonka, on Thursday, August 27 SALE TO START AT 1:00 P. M. SHARP ¥ < 37 High Grade Holstein Cattle 6 SPRINGING 1st CALF HEIFERS, some fresh . ; by sale day ,1 1st CALF HEIFER, fresh in April 17 1st CALF HEIFERS, in production to calf «„ from November to February 4 HEIFERS to calf in October with 2nd calf COW coming with 3rd calf in fall 3rd CALF COW, bred in March 3rd CALF COW, fresh in March 2nd CALF COW, fresh in April 3rd CALF COW, fresh in May 'ji This is a good herd of young cows and heifers that show a lot of future. These cattle are all TB find. Bangs tested and most of them are calf hood bangs vaccinated. Individual health papers furnished. More detailed information will be available sale day. 10 Farmers Hy-Bred Second Litter Sows Double treated for hog cholera. Turned in with Farmers Hy-Bred boar on May 5. Farm Machinery CHALMERS TRACTOR with oN CULTIVATOR 304" OLIVER PLOW 5-Foot ALMS CHALMERS COMBINE 10 Inch GEHL HAMMERMILL, on rubber and in Good Shape, pfefce arrangements with your banker before the sale, No prpperty to be removed 'twill settlea lor. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, enry J. Orthel Owner <*?¥ , , ' * * ' ' : •'•'•' md JACK DeVRJES — Auctioneers f AVJNQS BANK «. Clerk Portland News The ladies of the Portland Social Club will go to Mason City, Sept. 30. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy attended the wedding of Kathleen Graham at Emmetsburg, Saturday. Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman was a Saturday evening visitor in the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms and family and Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Jr. went to Clear Lake Sunday, where they attended an Ites family reunion. Beverly Larsen attended the wedding of Mary Keith Sunday at Algona. Sunday guests at the Wendell -hristensen home were Ruth lasse of Iowa City, Mr and Mrs mil Hasse and family of Swea :ity, Emil Hasse, Paul and Al- /ina, all of Burt. The occasion A'as Paul Hasse's birthday. Ruth Hasse of Iowa City will spend week or ten days visiting lome folks. Mr and Mrs Merle Teeter and Sherry of Algona visited at the Wendell Christen- ien home Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Ti-acy atone and Ricky, Mr Cecil Stone, VTrs Joanne Johnson and George Wagnon enjoyed a picnic at Iowa Lake, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mrs Minnie Sperring went to Rolfe Sunday where they visited the Frank Waltons. Levant Moore, Rollo Moore, Herman Harms and Harlan Harms left Sunday morning for northern Minnesota where they will spend a few days fishing. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf visited at the Roscoe Mawdsley Jr.,home, Sunday evening. Wendell Chrjstensen will leave next week for Wisconsin, where he will spend two weeks at Camp McCoy. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus and Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus and Randy returned Sunday night from a few days visit in Minnesota. They visited Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant and family at Alexandria. Mr and Mrs Bud Marlow and Rodney of Lone Rock spent Sunday night at the Lawrence Presthus home. They attended the wedding Sunday evening of iGwendolyn Bierstedt at Lafcota. ^Vestingholjse Shape of Tomorrow A blue chip investment for years to cornel NEW WESTINGHOUSE Roll About Dishwasher •( ":..''• •'•'•' ' ••" : - . ..• A. Home Laundry That's! More Than Automatic . . ; it can think! "Y -K Rolls Anywhere •k Power Temp Dries •K Porcelain-Enameled -K Stores Anywhere Exclusive . HOT WATER BOOSTER Guarantees 140 degrees water for Sure-Temp, washing and final rinsing after a preliminary Power-soak. Everything comes .put spotless, sparkling. New Westinghouse Laundromat and Matching Dryer WITH 8-PROGRAM COMPUTERS All you do is set ONE dial . . . that's all! 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