The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 39
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Carol Ernst, Whittemore, Bride Of Algona Youth Carol Ernst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ernst, Whittemore, became the bride of Larry Scobba, son of the Monte Scobbas, Algona, April 29. Father Verne Stapenhorst performed the double ring service at 10:30 a. m. in St. Michael's church. Nuptial high mass was sung by St. Michael's choir, accompanied by Sister Mary Madonna. She also accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clete Salz who sang a duet. The bride, escorted by her father, was attended by Judy Scobba, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, and Donna Ernst, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Flower girl was Sheila Scobba, sister of the groom, and Danny Mulligan, cousin of the groom, was ring- bearer. James Ernst, brother of the bride, was the groom's best man, and Donald Haase, groomsman. Ushers were Duane Grandgenett and Terry Simons. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in St. Michael's hall. Mrs. Russ Mullen, Anita Nurre and Zita Duffy opened gifts. The cake was cut by Mrs. Earl Stalzer and Mrs. Arnold Kellner. Waitresses were Charlene, Paula Jean, Ardyce and Shirley Thilges. The couple left for a trip south after the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and has been employed at the Good Samaritan Center. The groom, an Algona High School graduate will leave May 15 for the Navy. Mrs. Scobba will live in Iowa City where she will be employed at University hospitals. JUBILEE Ft. Rev. Joseph E. Flsch, Le- Mars retired pastor, marked his 60th anniversary in the priesthood at St. Joseph church there May 8. Three attendants present at Msgr. Fisch's first mass were present at the celebration. They were Louise Wiltgen, Le- Mars, Concordla Fisch (Mrs. Darrell Gralapp), LeMars, and Annarean Poeckes (now Mrs. Henry Freking), Sioux City. LuVerne Bride Of June 10 (s Shower Honoree LUVERNE - A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon, May 7, in the Lutheran church parlors in honor of Carol Ristau, bride-elect of Eldrid Easterhaus of Maryville, Mo. The program was opened with a devotion by Mrs. Albert Niel- soru Sharol Hefti and Linda Harmon each gave a reading. A quiz game and a sing-along was enjoyed by all. Joan and Jane Nielson closed the program singing "The Wedding Prayer." Susan Ristau, sister of Carol, and Lynn Hanselman, friend of Miss Ristau, assisted Carol in opening her gifts. There were about 50 in attendance. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Albert Nielsen, Mrs. Fay Harmon, Mrs. L. C. Witt- mler, and Mrs. Joe Fourage, aunts of the bride-elect and Mrs. Richard Bristow. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau of Lu- Verne. Eldrid is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Easterhaus of Salisbury, Mo. The wedding was held June 10 in the LuVerne Lutheran Church. Carol attends Northwest Missouri State College in Maryville, and Eldrid is employed by the Farmers Home Administration in Maryville. No Change, Feed Grain Provisions For '67 Crop No change will be made In the acreage diversion provisions of the 1967 feed grain program, R. I. Anderson, Kossuth Chairman, A.S.C.S., reports. The Chairman explained that Secretary Freeman had announced continuation of the program In answer to inquiries since the intentions-to-plant report and the program sign-up reports showed that farmers may not plant as much acreage to feed grains as had been previously anticipated, »<*»* &BCW.INC Avoid The Rocks of Money Woes! let us guide you to financial security! Regular saving is a 'rrust.' In addition, our trained counsellors can shed light on many problems. Consult them on trust services, the best kind of loan for a particular project, for many needs. Their advice is free, for the asking. Let us help YOU! Currant Rat* gnVaiib l»vln|i Currant Rafe Par Yaar on 8 Month Invaitmant Clrtificitii Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Awawnli Fully Iwyrad !• $15,000 Puatook a»vlflfi-8»Y» From Tbt 15th-Esrn From Th» lat fcviw Cartiflc*iM-B«n From Tba Day You Invaat SINCI If 17 — AlOONA, IOWA All Passbook Savings Accounts and Savings Certificates Insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. St. Joe C.D.A. Names Officers For 19M ST. JOE - C.D.A. met Wednesday evening, May 10, in St. Joseph's school hall. Mrs. N. J. Weydert, grand regent, presided at the meeting, with election of officers for the coming year the main business. Officers elected for 1967-68 were Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent; Mrs. RaymondKohlhaas, vice regent, replacing Mrs. Marvin Reding; Mrs. Maurice Reding, re-elected prophetess; Mrs. Herbert Kayser, elected monitor, replacing Mrs. Jim Berte; Mrs. Harold Reding, reelected financial secretary; Mrs. Mark Thilges, elected treasurer, replacing Mrs. Rom Reising. Re-elected were Mrs. Don Reding, historian; Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, sentinel; and Mrs. Adeline Wagner, organist. Three-year trustees are Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. M. T. McGuire; two-year trustees, Mrs. Irene Bormann and Mrs. Peter C. Reding; and one-year trustees are Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mrs. Paul Erpelding. Installation of officers will be held at the June 21 meeting, with district deputy, Mrs. George Montag, West Bend, in charge. Rehearsal for installation will be June 19, The Mother's Banquet will be held June 1 in the school hall with reservations to be made with a committee member by May 29. Committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Damian Centgraf, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. Marvin Sawyer, Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas Mrs. Mark Thilges will be courtesy chairman through the summer months. Following the meeting, lunch was served and a social hour held. 500 was played, with Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs. Don Hlg receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs. N. J. Weydert received the birthday gift. - o - Mrs. Lizzie Bormann entered Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, the first of the week as a medical patient. John Zeiler, Algona, father of Alfred Zeiler and Bernard Zeiler, St. Joe, underwent surgery in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Weydert, Algona, formerly from here, observed her 91st birthday May 15, with relatives and friends remembering her. Mrs. Alphonse Berte entertained her 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Louise Thul and Mrs. Peter C. Reding as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Susie Kramer, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. John Thul. Mrs. Wm. B. Devlne entertains the club June Thursday, May 18, 1967 Afgona (la.) Upper Des Moin«*-7 — — Marilyn and Diane Roethler. Mary Besch and Nancy Weydert serving as hostesses. Talks were given by Edna Frideres, Deanna Weydert and Debbie Benson. Demonstrations were given by Nancy Moore and Rhonda Peck and Dawn Wildin. Guest speaker was Mrs. Velma Brechwald from Ft. Dodge. The silver tea service used at the meeting was the compliments of Wiltgen's Jewelry. Guests at the meeting were all of the mothers and Mrs. Clifford Teeter, Mrs. John Gisch, Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Mrs. John Jennings, Mrs. Ray Vrooman, Becky Sabin and Diane Miller. Eileen Wagner has been transferred from Dial Finance Co. in Ft. Dodge to Sioux City. She had been employed at Ft. Dodge the past two years. Miss Wagner is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Sister M. Letitia, Sioux City, and Jo Ann Erpelding, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, and brother, Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Michael, Centerville, spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Ringsdorf s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, and with Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt. Mothers Guests Of Cresco 4-H Cresco Chums held their annual Mother's Tea, with Mary Margaret May 1, Zaugg, Corwith - Wesley High School TOP ROW — Deanna Sloan, Michael Anderson, Kathy Delmering, Randy Meyer, Lavonne Sfud«r, Douglas DeGroote SECOND ROW — Barbara Heise, Judy Jackson, Eugene Eliason, Mark Wilhite, Randall Opheim, Donald Rasmussen TOP ROW — Tim Sorensen, Dale Livingston, Allan DeWaard, James Veldhouse, Terry Claude, Carol Leek SECOND ROW — Pamela Hildman, Vernon Cutsholl, Mary Considine, Collen Niedzielski, Diane Jongewaard, Patricia Devine PHOTOS BY MUELLER STUDIO CLARION, IA. photo not available — William Funnemark TOP ROW - Mary Ellen Oxley, Joan Gogrley, Robert Poage, Gretchen Cink, Gerald Kelch, Kathy Spongier SECOND ROW — Donovan Gray, Russell Shipman, Dennis Widen, Dave Meyer, John Erickson - SPONSORED BY THESE CORWITH-WESLEY BOOSTERS EXCHANGE STATE BANK - WESLEY - ROBINSON PRODUCE & FEED >- CORWITH-WESIEY FARMERS CO-OP SOCIETY - WESLEY CORWITH HARDWARE - CORWITH - K&H Oil Compan - WESLEY - BAUER IMPLEMENT HonkyTonks. 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