The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
Page 22
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IW* b: .* * ^ K> V,*' ' (la.) ypp*r Be* Mdnti thurtday, Sept. 3, Shirley Kollasch Of Swea City Aug. 12 Bride Swfca Gily — Shirley Kollasch. daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Kollasch, of Swea City became the bride of Arnold Kazemba, son of Mr and Mrs Reinhotd Kazenv ba, of Lake Park, Iowa, at the St. Joseph's Catholic church In Lakefield, Minn, on Wednesday, August 12th. Rev. Donald Zcnk performed the double ring service; , Mrs Orville Muller, of Whilte- niore, was matron of honor. Cynthia Garry, of Storm Lake! a neice of the bride, was the flower girt, the brides nephew, Craig Roethler. of Algona was the ring bearer. The best man was Kenneth Kazemba, a brother of the groom. Jim and Phil Kollasch, brothers of the bride, were ushers. So^nist was Thomas Garry. A receptiort for about 50 guests was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. The couple went to Colorado on their wedding trip, after which they will be at home on a farm near Round Lake, Minn. Mrs Derwood Volgt entertained in honor of their son Davids sixth birthday. Present were Mrs Eddie Bauers and children and Mrs Wendal Ditsworth and children. In the evening the Dale Voigt family and the Art Voigt's all of Fen ton and Mr and Mrs Dean Luskin artd family of Phoenix, "Ariz, called at the' Voigt home. Debbie and Connie Hesvick had recent tonsillectomies. Ellsworth Stevehs and children Of Minneapolis were recent dinner guests of Walter and Esther Smith. Mrs Stevens is a niece of the late Mrs Smith. Scott Clausen, a nephew of Emil Haase, visited at the Haase home last week. The Jim Prestons became the parents of a son recently at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The lad has been named Leo Joseph.' The Preston's have an older girl and boy to welcome the new son. The grandparents are Leonard Mino and Joe Pres- tons. The Sylvester Kocklers visited her brother and family the Dennis, Doocy's at St. Benedict recently and wei'e supper guests there. \ , Mr and Mrs WE. Hazelhoff and family have been vacationing, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. The George Eden's spent a few days in N9rthern, Minn, and the Dakota's sightseeing. v Mr and Mrs Philip Nagel of Lincoln, Neb., were, recent guests of the Louis Stenzel's. The Nagel's are aunt and uncle of "Mrs Stenzel. '••'• :-^--v'' : '"-• Mrs Eddie Bauers attended a shower -for; Marion Christensen, at a home near Estherville, recently. Mr and Mrs Ervin 'Reutzel and family of Fairmont visited recently at the Eddie Bauer home. Esther Charlott Smith has returned from a trip with friends. The group visited New Orleans, Vicksburg, Natchez, and other southern points of interest. Miss Smith then left for Charles City to resume her teaching duties. Mr and Mrs Bob Goertzeri, visited her "parents, the Walter Gen- riches the weekend of the 16th. The Genrich children were home for a family dinner. Those present were the Bob Goc-rtzens, tha John. Genriches arid two children of Estherville, Hiidgen Kirbys & two'children of Fort Dodge, and the Harley' Herndons and two children of Fairmont. ''" Whittemore Man Wed Mr and MrsMarcus Zumach, who were married Aug. 16 in Ihe Zion Lutheran church at Ainsworth, Neb., ore shown in the above photo. Rev. Alvin Lnde officiated at the^ double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Rudolph Schipporeit of Ainsworth and the bridegroom is the son of Mi* and Mrs Reinhard Zumach, Whittemore. "' The bride is a grade school teacher in St. Paul's school at Whittemore and the bridegroom is employed at the Consolidated Creameries at Whittemore, where the couple will reside. (UDM Engraving). The report read at the meeting by Bernard Reilly, manager, showed total sales of $888,046.89 for the year, ending June 30. Net savings totaled $81,469.15. Total assets of the company are $496,915.10, the report shows,. The. company atjpresent is erecting a, new 180,000 bushel storage building. > . tonka State Conservation Office* gave B talk. . Mr and Mrs Marl in Runkameier are parents of a baby gfrl born Monday, Aug. 24 At the Blue Earth hospital. She weighed 10 pounds, one and three fourths ounces and has ,.been named Cheryl Ann, •Mrs Burton Johnson and Mrs Clarence Darnoll returned home Wednesday after a two week trip to California. Mr and Mrs Dean Gromes ancl family of Kansas City visited last Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes. Mr 'and 'Mrs Verl Mason and two daughters of Naliona-1 City, Calif, and Mrs Eslella Mason pf Charles City visited' Mr and Mrs George Thompson last Monday. Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyn and Mrs Lena Warner called on Mrs Clarence Ackerson at St. Ann hospital in Algona where Mrs Ackerson who is Mrs Warner's sisler is recovering from ,najor surgery. Marvel Halvorson of Ledyard and Beverly Halvorson of Minneapolis returned home Wednesday from a ten day trip through 'htt Black Hills, The E. and R. Youth Fellowship with lhejr leaders, Mrs John Kramers-meter and Rev. Vriesen went on a tour Thursday evening to Rochester, Minn'. . Mr and Mrs Neal Warren spent Wednesday and Thursday at the D. B. Mayer home on their way home from a camping and'fish- jng trip in Minnesota. Esther Circle met with Mrs Mario Halvorson and Mrs Lillian Brack as hostesses. The Mary Circle met in the evening at the home of Mrs Lena Warner. Mrs Everett Thompson began the study. . Mr and M>s ftichafd Mr and Mrs Walter O'&reen .and Mr and Mrs Wayne fhtittJiSson at tended the National Legion &nvMti6li '.at? polis. ''« ' ,. v L ' Marcia Jensen lett friday to begin her second year of teaching at Ellsworth; Mlttn. The Lyle JKrUmtviedes and the Wallet- Tappers of Buffalo Cen« ter left a week ago to attend d reunion of the,534 Battery at Evansville, Ind. Mrs Emil O'Qreen and' Harold, Mr and Mrs John Larson, Mr and Mrs Andrew LarSdh and Mra Mae Larson attended the ' wedding of Darlene G-rfcff aftd Floyd Book at Forest City Saturday morning, Mr and Mrs Martin Hoteorrit*. arrived a week agb from Batti-* more with his family, to. spend pome time visiting at'the parental P. A. Holcomb home and ;With other relatives here. Mr and Mrs Glen Clark took their daughter, Betty,'to Garni- villo, in the eastern part of the state, to begin , her' teaching duties there, ' Mr and Mrs Ruben and roach; Miss Ganon, English, home econmtiks and dramatics; Mrs Pauline Baker, economics, instrumental and focal tfrtMc. , '• "' . ,j. In the elementary school: Mrs Vil-ian Hessen, grades 6, ? aM 8;*MareelUt Pa*id6l,,, grades ?. 4 and 5{ Lorelta f andel, ®padei f l arid 2; and Mrs Minnie Vaughn kindergarten. W. A. ,Cariisle again be the custodian. Mori and AloysiflS Gala, resist n Fort Ik«Jge; two othet Msters* Mrs Jotin Alteaft a«d Mrs Wai* ter Elbert, reside ift Irvingtoft and' Algona, entertained the following at their home Friday evening: the Glen Olsons, Elvin Swansons, Roger Holcombs of Plymouth, Martin Holcombs of Baltimore, and' the Melvih Krumms. Ledyard Co-Op Elevator Has Annual Meet Ledyaxd — August Klinksiek and Herman Brandt were- reelected directors • of the Farmers Cooperative Company of Ledyard at the annual meeting held Wednesday of last wee-k. Other members' of the board are: R, I. Anderson, president;. E. F. Logemanni vice p-esident; a,nd John . Ki-amerimeier; Mr, Klinksiek is secretary and, treasurefi Mrs Fred Ploeger /underwent-, major surgery at the Buffalo Center Hospital on Thursday". Mr and "Mrs Harold Herzog and family attended a Herzog family reunion at "Webster City on last Sunday/There were families from Baxter, Mason City ahd Rhodes present. -.••-,• : • • The E. and R, Men's Brotherhood entertained their wives ,at a Fellowship supper at the church. Harold .Burgess of Ti- Swea Woman's Father Dies; Funeral Held ' J Swea &'Eagle — Mrs'Andrew Brones received word ' of the death of her. father^ Mr- Lee of Dubuque Saturday evernng. Mrs "Brones left -Sunday morning from Dutmque to attend the. funeral. Mr Lee had been in poor health for several years. The Mancil Hurlburt family have returned from a two' week stay at Leech Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Warren Brones .'and children attended a 'family reunion,at her parents, the Herb Pattersons, at' Buffalo Center, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Albert. Anderson, CpyERER:,RQCKOT:firesvsecqndiS)^ 'e|;er;tests are part of thfe U;$v's/f rdject^ntr'y^:^^ television canierdj"ah'cl .other'Vquipi^enblnto'o^bitjqnt^ny^jfe ears.^Rockets like;piscqver6r^usepo^eVful,::^ Technical ^c/visci' to DX ; Sunroy: /fwin.-',Hairiey;.v|''-''-i-'--.' ^"K-.l'^V : '- : .^.':'r • •'- '";\v"V'-': V !.'.';'!'>•'j*™»L!>'V.' .-• . . ilirt-tlor -of pu.f</icof/p/is, \Amoncni)! f?o : ctr/ ''Satiety.' '"'••'- :'•.'.. ..V^' ..•'"' : ''" . • ' School Resumes At Whittemore Whiilemore — The Whittemore ndependence School opened ts doors for the 1959-1960 school erm, August 27. ' The faculty has been completed with the following .teachers: _,eo Morman, superintendent and social studies; J. W.' Sykes, .principal, biology, bookkeeping,, general business •' and mechanical drawing; Irwin Morey, commercial and mathematics; James: Hut-* chison, chemistry, social studies Observes 25 Years As Holy Ghost Sister v; A former Irvington resident Was," >0ne of eight Holy Ghost Missionary Sisters observing the twemy-fjfth anniversary of their feligious Vows at a solemn high Mass- bf thanksgiving in Techny, 111,, on A»g. 15. Sister Marguerite, S,Sp.S., native of Irvington, -was one who celebrated her silver jubilee. The dailghtef of Chris Gales, Sister Marguertie, S-Sfr'S. attended St Joseph School in St. Joe, arid the Livermore high school before' joining the Holy Ghost Missionary Sisters, She has two other sisters in the same com. munity, Sister DeChantal, S.S&.<S and Sister Carla, SjSp.S. - >A 'graduate of DePaul Univer sity, Chicago, Sister, Marguerite ^.SpjS. ,has been teaching during her', entire religious ' life. From 1940 to 1'948, she taught in a girls high school in Peking, China,. until she was forced. to leave the country. Back in the States, Sister Mar t guerite, S.Sp.S. found her new .mission field in the Negro schools of the South, teaching at Jackson, Mississippi; Vicksburg, Miss.; Pine Bluff, Ark.; and St. Louis, Miss, She is presently stationed at Sacred Heart School, Greenville, Miss. A brother and a Bister, Mrs Ted LEDYARD NEWS Jtfr and Mrs Harold Inglet arid'' family returned home Saturday from a week's vacation trip in Minnesota. • * Mr and Mrs Dbn fihrlch Jrid daughter • Julie- Anrt ' of Mason City .were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs B, £ Oil* berlson and family, Mrs Marie Halvorstm entef*' tained neighbors and friends on Tuesday afternoon at " a coffee party for 1 her guest, Mrs Esther Halvbfson, Mr and Mrs E. A, Carpenter and John and Ann went to Olin ahd Cedar Rapids for the weekend.- They visited 'Mrs Carperi- tgr's mother, Mrs J. G\ SwartzeU, Springfield Sparklers received blue ribbons on their boottu and activity poster at the KossUth County Fair last week. Seth Johnson and Pam Keil were the senior demonsitrationUeam. Bonna Ingebritson's entry was selected to go to the State Fair; ' \ MINNEAPOLIS AND THE NEW or Just a Week-end Minute* firort . tiiy mattd North Write,'*** or jpAott/or r tint, vtfy Popular rote*. FREE TELEVISION AIR CONDITIONED PARKING FOR GUESTS HOTEL MARYLAND 200 Rooms • 200 tUeBotfo tASAlU AT GRANT • MINNEAPOLIS USE puit«-z PAY WAY PLAN • Bancroft ' v •..' •'- - '• ' By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman tf> If, Laurence, Joe and John Kemna and Mrs Gordon Delperdong have been in Des ; Moines this week with their mother, ,Mrs John ! Kemna helping to care for their father who is a patient at the Veteran's hospital. IMr and Mrs Lawrence Kernna and John Kemna left Friday: for Kansas where they attended 'the wedding of their brothe'r, Harold, Saturday. The rest of the family was unable to attend the wedding because of, the illness of their father, John Kenina, : Patty Dolan" accompanied her sister, Mary Kay, to Fort Dodge where she spent the weekend with her aunts. A shower honoring Donna Olson was held Monday/night in St..'John's church hall. Miss, Olr son was married Saturday in. the Catholic church in Ledyard to Vernon. Herbers. They will make their home in California. Miss Olson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee-Olson and Mr Herbers is the son, of Mrs Lula Herbers. A shower honoring Mrs George Doocy Jr,' of Ti tonka was held MoncJifly. Aug. 31, in St. John's hall. Mr and -Mrs George Doocy were, married Aug. 9. Mr Doocy is $je son of Mr and Mrs George JPwigr Sjv-of Bancroft. .if,',$lp Arthur Long left Thurs* ")?, Texas where she will several, weeks j with her :, JfeJen, an4 family. Jronan and, Mfs Ber- took ttieb mother, edirtg, Whittemore, to f City for a che«?krup at St. V ussy vrs i UltraSpeSal. 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