The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 5
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Wesley Leave For College Wesley — Students who have left or will soon be doing so are Kathy Girres and Judy Pfeffer for their second year at Iowa City; Donna Bleieh, second year at I S. T. C., Cedar Falls; Jim Raney and Gary Miner, first year ,at Junior College, Mason City; Roger Flom,. first year and David Sea'berg 'and Lynn Struthers to Iowa State University, Ames; Kathleen Cruise, Kathryn Otis 'and Delores Studer, Hamilton's Mason City; Douglas Downs to Marine base, San Diego, Cal.. Patricia Goetz, Carolyn and Darlene Studer, ,-La James Beauty School, Mason City; Rose Ann and Mary Hildman and Kathleen Hughes to St.'Mary's School Milwaukee, Ms.; 'Tom "Root to Creighton, Omaha, tfeb. ; Dan Arndorfer, University of Iowa, Iowa .City; Daniel Skow - University-;^ at. DubuqU'e; . Julia ^wtiibben '"and''Mary' Jane Harle .Trinity Bible College, Chicago; Lloyd Pommer, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Marva Nygaard, a senior at State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, is doing 12 weeks of practice teaching at Roosevelt junior high in Mason ' City? Bob; Richtsmeier, to Dowling high school, 1 Des Moines, and Janice' Richtsmuier to ! Mt. Alverno College, Milwaukee. Brother SuccuWbs Mrs Julius Matz received word .Saturday of '-i the) 'death of her ^brother, Ernest Kelch, 41, of Des ,Moines. Funeral services were , held Wednesday morning, Sept. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1959 Algeria {to.) Upper D« Monet-5 iutchased. Second Lieutenant Tom For- 'in ia-St. Mary's Catholic church ' A Ricke family reunion ,was 'held Sunday at the LeRoy Ricke .home. •<r's.i'' Dea'nJ K-leihpeteiv; a sohj of the Vincent ••Kl i einpeters, left Sept. 'l • ;fpr -\ San Diego, Cjalif. ^Here he will be employed.:/]-'•< ;' 1 • .'•'• .iMr andiMrs Halyor. =Flom,: aci .. , Companied'Jby •'Mri.and ^Vlrs; Wal> lace Donc-y|n and* Paul- p,onqvan> of SpMt; Lake,\ spent ; Sunday in Des Mbmei. They visited the' ,$.1 Cronins and Mrs Cronin's sister, Lois,, D.qnp,yan; \yhere the Donovans spent' the day.' "" ;: Douglas Downs, only son of :lMr and Mrs ° Ed Downs' enlisted :in the Marine? and left Sept. 9 •for a base, at San Die.go, Calif. He graduated last spring from 'Corwi'th-Wvesleylhigh school, i r S The jStariley ? |Studers of Blue Earth spent'' Sunday' dn .tlje pari •ental J. P^§tud,ecfh*»iie. | ; Mr and Mrs -Hv E. Hemmingsen <arid their , grandsons, Tom and John Wilson of Belmond, spent '•the weekend at Spirit Lake in the trailer house they recently burger arrived here Saturday night from Fort Bentting, da. attd will spend a month here with hjs wife, the former Jylia Raney, and his parents, Mr arid Mrs Tom Forbufger and other relatives. He will report to Foj-t Dix, New Jersey, Oct. 16 and will be sent to Germany. The Tom Fortiur- gets Sr. and the Junior were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Al Erpeldihg home. Mr 'and Mrs Norbert Hilbert, Becky, Connie and Margaret spent several days last week at Bass Lake, Minn. They also visited her brother, Father'Linus Eisenbather at Pomeroyi ' ' •Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and family spent Sunday at Des Moines attending a meeting in the Veterans Auditorium. The Prairie Neighbors met with Mrs Leonard Arndorfer Sent. 8 with Mrs Fred Rasmus- snm assisting. Opal, Nygaard gave the lesson! A/2C Theodore May and Johnette Bleich are spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs Mag. Bleich. , ' Lyle , Corey of Minot, N. D called, on Mrs Haze.Gerdes and the Al Wagners recently, • 'Charlotte Wise is to be honored at a pre-nuptial shower Saturday evening in the Methodist church parlors, She will become the bridt; of Gary Larson Oct.;3, ; - : Mrs Milton Goslee left Sept. 14 for her home at Jewett,-N. Y. following several weeks here with : h'er . sisters, -Mrs Al Wagner and family and Mrs Pete Haverly and husband, who were here from Coronadd, Calif. ! Mrs Carl Froehlich came home Friday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she was a patient a week. Methodist men sponsored a church-wide picnic .Sept. 13 at the' City pai'k.' Games" * ; for all ages were played after dinner. . Library board will meet Oct. 3 at' 1:30 in the library rooms. Mrs Fred Thomas is a new member. ' ;.. Janice Paulson Tegtmeyer is teaching kindergarten, ,at Spen 1 -, ,- i -Methodist .women are' invited to.Gonwith Sept.,,30 to -their an? nuai WSCS guest: day. *"*' ' ' "•Mr and,--Mrs, John 'Hildman 'and' Dorothy took their daughters, Rose Ann and Mary and Kathleen. Hughe ; s, to Milwaukee, Wi-s. : recehtly wherfe me f latter three entered St. Mary's school. They ; all visited" Sister; Hermen- ehgild 'at Fre'donia, Wis. and an aunt, Airs Kate S i m o ! n at Campelsport, Wis. , , , . Mrs- George. Vitzthum and 'Mrs JacM; ^atzihum. anc^J children speM t '>several. ; : days < last week with^ifelatwtefs^iiv Des Moines. The Guild of St. Joseph's Parish will meet Thursday evening, Sept. 17. ' ' . Billy Fox, who has Spent two weeks at his parental Frank Fox home, left .Thursday for the air force base at Charles ton, S. C. where he has been stationed nlfte rnojilhs. Mr and Mrs Elza Trof- ford <tf BritC called at the Fox home one evening last week. iMr and Mrs Harry Studer and "baby Jacqueline came Sept, 10 for a week's visit in the parental Joe Studer home and with other, relatives. Harry has been with the air force in Africa a year. (Mrs Elmer Doughan and her sister, Mrs Leonard Arndorfer visited theit aunt, Mrs Lydia Hubet at hei home in Buffalo Center one dayjast week. MissLentsch Wed Sept. 5 AtLedyard Ledyard — Saturday evening, Sept. 5, Marjorie Lentsch, niece of Julius Lentsch, was united in marriage to Lennox McFarland of Blue Earth, Minn, in a ceremony at ;the Sacred Heart rectory at 8 p.m. \yith Rev. Bernard Monlag officiating. They were attended by Mrs Charles Hilferty, friend of the bride, as matron of honor and Robert Hamilton, husbanc of the bride's sister, as best man The bride's 'dress was 'of nylon net lace over satin with a cathedral train. It had long sleeves which came to a point at tho wrist,-a deep lace yoke and fit ted bodice buttoned 'down the back. 'Following the ceremony a re ccp-tion was held jih'. the churcl basement for 40 guests. The new lyweds left immediately for a week's wedding trip to Yellow stone. ' They will be at home a 'Fairmont. '• ' ' Honored At Shower • Saturday evening at Sacre< Heart hall a post nuptiql shower was held honoring Mrs Gerald Toure,'the former Patti Miletti. Mrs Alfred ;Buschv was charge-of the following program: reading,: Mrs A. Busch; ; * sbrVg, group .of girls; reading,' Ella, 1 M'e- .Donald; musical -game with Mary Ellen farrow jat the piano; reading, Mrs Harold Inglet; and duet, Barbara Farrow and Delores Krebsbach. . ~ ;.*•. j~: The bride was assisted in opening her many gifts T by Jackie Lynch, Kathie O Flaherty and Mrs Duane Mur.phy. ' A lunch .was served by the hostesses, j * '- ' ' ;' .. j ; Mrs : ; Max Nitz returned home : .i rojmRadcliffe where ;;,She had ''been'Visiting at the home of her sister and her husband}! th^' f( j| i a Neibauers. • - Mr and Mrs rR-. C. Nehotte and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the J. F. Sullivan home. an 1 . A Trip. To Come /n SPECIALS Peas - Reg.303 Size Cans TIDBITS - SLICED CHUNKS - CRUSHED ONE POUND SANDWICH Cookies 4 Toilet Tissue Campus Steadies •• '. • -.1 Smooth 'as a touchdown pass, —the Glamour Deb look In softback-to-school ties. All with popular.thm or ribbed : soles. Come in and see them today. Advertised in seventeen The girls who have all v the fun wear aMou*uehg by the makers of Buster Brown - t • Widths AAAA to Es SUe$ 4 to } 1 , • At Same Old Price THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET PHONE CYpress 4-4371 $1.39 With 25c Coupon On Page 1, Section 3 Of This Issue. •; .^ - Rite Instant Coffee - 6 Oz. Jar 69c ( ' Carrpts».f:....'im^.i -1 Lb. 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