6-Afgeno (la.) Upper Dai Molnei Thursday, June 15, 1967 Honor Parish Priest With Gifts, St. Joe ST. JOE—Rev. Leo C. Schumacher observed his 35th anniversary of ordination Sunday, June 4, with a pot-luck dinner for members of St. Joseph's parish, friends and relatives. Rev. S.A. Grady, Pocahontas, was the toastmaster, with Rev. Bernard J. Montag, Mallard, the main speaker. A short talk was given by Rev. Schumacher. St. Joseph's grade school students presented a short program. Milford Plathe, K.C. grand knight, presented the council's gift, with Clarence Borman presenting a gift from the parish to Rev. Schumacher. Other neighboring priests attending were Msgr. P.P. Gearen, Algona; Rev. Walter L. Bruch, Armstrong; Rev. Nicholas J. Ruba, St. Benedict, Rev. George J. Benjamin, Ayrshire; Rev. R. William Phillips, Wesley; and Rev. Louis H. Greving, West Bend. Following the dinner, a social 'hour was held, with Mrs. Raymond Thilges, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Stanley Klein and Stephen Gales receiving prizes In 500. HOLDS BANQUET Eve Rubensteln, Fort Dodge, was guest speaker Thursday evening at the annual C.D.A. Mother-Daughter Banquet, with over 200 members and guests attending. The banquet was prepared and served by the local 4-H clubs, Riverdale Rustlers, Unit 1 and 2. Invocation was given by Rev. L.C. Schumacher, pastor and Court chaplln, with Mrs. Francis Erpelding as toast- mistress. Address of welcome was given by Mrs. N.J. Weydert, grand regent; Tribute to Mothers by the Thilges twins, Mary and Carrie; their mother, Mrs. Edward Thilges gave the Mothers response; Tribute to Grandmothers by Margaret Capesuis; Mothers response by Mrs. Daryl Baker; Mrs. E.J. Gales gave the response to Grandchildren. A humorous reading, "A Letter to Cousin Catrina from Cousin Grattle", was given by Mrs. George Wagner. The Exciters, Mike Goodell, Gerald Berte and Don Wagner, entertained with several musical selections. The evening was closed with benediction by Rev. Schumacher. Mrs. Anna Bormann received the prize for having the most daughters and daughter-in-laws attending with Debbie Dodds, granddaughter of Mrs. Raymond Kolilhaas, the youngest. PLAN SHOWER Mrs. Kent Schulze, the former Mary Sue Reding, will be honored at a post-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall Sunday, June 11, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Schulze, daughter of Frank Reding of St. Joe and the late Elizabeth Reding, and Kent Schulze, son of Mr. and Mrs. GlenSchulze of Bode, were united in marriage Saturday, May 20, in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. Mr. and Mrs. James Larsen are parents of a son born June 3 in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. This makes two boys in the Larsen family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Sr., St. Joe, and Mrs. Arthur M. Larsen, Humboldt, are the grandparents. George Ham, son-in-lawofMr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann, graduated from Iowa State at Ames last Saturday. He received his Ph. D. and is working at the University of Minn., St. Paul, Minn., in the department of agronomy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann attended the graduation exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and Jean Marie took David Thul to Omaha, Nebr. where David left via plane for his home at Mel- pitas, Cal. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kayser and family at Council Bluffs. David is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thul and Mrs. Kayser is a sister of Mrs. Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinn- well spent the weekend with their son, Mike, who has been attending an electronics short course in Rochester, Minn. Mike is employed In Phoenix, Ariz. Shawn, Amy, and Mark Anderson, grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, are spending a month here with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner, Mary and Barbara from here and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson and family from Ashland, Ohio met Saturday at Joliet, m. for an evening's visit. Mary Lou Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, a sophomore at Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, the past year, will attend summer school at the college and is also employed at Cedar Rapids. Mary Lou spent Friday night here with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zeimet and daughters are spending tills week in the home of Bob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and family, and with Mrs. Zeimef s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bradley at Algona, before returning to Cedar Falls where Bob will continue his studies. In the fall they will go to Bakersfield, Calif, where Bob will teach the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein and Norman and Jean Owens spent the weekend in Watkins, Minn., with Alvin's mother and other relatives. Lori and John, children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul, spent the past week with their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elbert, Rodman. Jean Isebrand, Titonka, Bride Of Bondurant Man STRONG CHURCHES... Make Strong Communities "Love one another with brotherly affection; outdo one another in showing honor." — Romans 12:10 To many, brotherhood is a word, an idea. It is not a day-to-day approach to living. It is something one can believe in from the safety of a turtle shell. Many of us can feel kindly toward our fellow man so long as his efforts to achieve do not interfere with our own or inconvenience us in any way. We practice brotherhood only if we give something to our fellow man — a smile, a helping hand, patience and understanding. How much trouble would it be for any one of us to practice brootherhood for a single, full day? 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ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 [H Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bormann are parents of a son born June 1 in St. Ann Hospital, Algona. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Montag, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, St. Joe. Mrs. Tom Bormann and son came home Tuesday. Lawrence Francis Bormann, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bormann, was baptized Wednesday evening, June 7 in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L.C. Schumacher, with Donna Montag and Francis Bormann sponsors. Many Oftosen Folks Visited By Relatives .OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig went to Madison, Wise, recently for the ordination of her nephew, Larry Heitke, to the holy priesthood. The next day, Sunday, they attended his first mass at Portage, Wise. They also visited Mrs. Ludwig's relatives. Memorial Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. W. G. Cooper were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Naeve of Orient, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cooper, Mrs. Merland Cody of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cooper and Diane of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford visited Lawrence Telford at Cherokee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk of Spencer were Monday coffee guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper. The Dean Telford children surprised their mother with a birthday party June 1. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. AlfredSchultz and family of WhittemoreandMr. and Mrs. Roy Telford. Memorial Day dinner guests at the Louis Jacobsons were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zinnel and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and daughter of LuVerne, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Arlys Ann and Wayne Wehrspann and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family and Amy Wehr- spann. Mrs. Loran Daniel and Margaret Holt were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Harvey Thorsen to help Clara celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Alvin Mclntosh and Jeri of Webster City and Mrs. Estella Day of Dakota Coty visited Mrs. Annie Leist and the Fred Kampens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. dliver Kinseth and Mrs. Melvina Bergum of Humboldt visited Roy Kinseth at Mercy hospital where he lias been a medical patient since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen called on Mrs. Tina Saathoff at Porneroy and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kampen at Laurens Monday. Mr. and Mrs. MelvinEllingson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ellingson and sons of Emmetsburg to West Concord Minn. Sunday. They attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. "Albert Ellingson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Marlyri Pfibsen of Bode to Austin, Minn Monday where they attended funeral services for Theodore Nelson. Mr. Nelson was a Navy medic assigned to the Marines and was killed in Viet Nam Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg and Mrs. Jack Strickland and daughter were Sunday guests with relatives at Kasson, Minn Harlan Tofteberg remained there for a while. TITONKA - Jean Marlys Isebrand of Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Isebrand, Titonka, and Gene Clark Allen, Bondurant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva C. Allen, Bondurant, were united in marriage at an 8 p. m. ceremony at Immanuel Lutheran church on April 22, 1067. Pastor David Ide presided at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a gown designed and made by herself, which was silk organza over satin, with empire waist and train. Pearls, sequins and flowered design were stitched on the dress and train by hand. Her shoulder-length veil consisted of bow and tulle. The bridal bouquet was made of white daisies and yellow sweetheart roses. She was attended by maid of honor, Bonita Isebrand. Pam Allen of Ankeny acted as junior bridesmaid. Flower girl was Jolene Isebrand. David Isebrand served as best man to the groom, and groomsman was Rodney Isebrand. Charles Allen, Ankeny, and David Isebrand, Duluth, Minn., served as ushers. Jane Schmit served as soloist, accompanied by Mrs. JohnOster- mann at the organ. A wedding reception was held after the ceremony in the church hall for 100 guests. Wanda Allen presided at the guest book. Joan Schmidt and Mildred Ullmann poured punch. Mrs. Charles Allen, Ankeny, and Mrs. Francis Culbertson, Titonka, cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Dale Finer and Mrs. Herb Isebrand poured. Table waitresses were Karen Ricklefs, Patty Isebrand, Dawn Isebrand, LaDonna Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Franzen acted as dining room host and hostess. Ladies of Ruth Circle of the Immanuel Lutheran church were kitchen helpers. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Elizabeth Isebrand. Georgia Sandvig, Ann Kettelson and Sharon Geisklng presided at the gift table and Joyce Culbertson and Nancy Culbertson acted as gift carriers. The couple took a wedding trip to Duluth, Minn., and are now at home at 1213 Penn Ave., Apt. 5, Des Moines. The bride is a graduate of Titonka Consolidated School and Iowa Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed as a registered nurse. The groom is a graduate of North Polk High School and is employed at Automotive Supply Co. in Des Moines. (Photo by Allen Baker, Forest City) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoffman and family attended the wedding of her brother, Royce Rinehart to Teddi Swanson at Ogden Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Russell and daughter of LeMars, Nebr., were Memorial dinner guests at the Earl Olson's. Mrs. Tom Bennett entertained at a surprise pink and blue shower for Mrs. Verne Waechtar Thursday morning. Guests were Mrs. Carroll Olson, Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Paul Kampen and Mrs. John Monson. She also received gifts from others who were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Naeve of Orient were Monday overnight g-uests at the Laurel Worsters. James Struthers was a Sunday visitor at the Bill Willett home at Wallingford. Harold Goodell of Idaho Falls, Idaho spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Beulah Adams. Sunday, they attended a family picnic at the C. L Goodell home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Daniel and sons of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Leona Daniel of Humboldt were Monday night visitors at the home of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson were Tuesday visitors at the Minus Abrahamson home at Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family of Ft. Dodge were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Humboldt were Memorial Day dinner guests at the Eugene Struthers home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman and daughter, Howard Zeman, Marilyn Zeman and Larry Larson of Forest City were Tuesday supper guests at the Arthur Zeman home, Mr. and Mrs. WarrenHankins, Cindy and Ronnie of Bode were Sunday visitors at the Merle Halsruds. James Doocy, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- one thorn of experience is arcl Menke and Mr. and Mrs. W orth a whole wilderness of Cletus Dorr and daughter. warning. •X^X^x4?K^H^X^H^K4?X^1<^x^«^K^K^>t0K0M^M0M0M4 OLD T-V HARD ON YOUR EYES? LEDYARD A poor television picture con hamper the vision of both children and adults. Don't take chances . . . Mrs. Edna Kollasch returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Ternes Sunday. She had been visiting with a son, the Roy Kollasches at Wesley. Mrs. Ternes received word Sunday that her sister-in-law, Mrs. Kathryn Peck, 79, West Bend, had died. Final rites were held Wednesday. She is survived by a granddaughter, a brother, nieces and nephews. Mrs. Tim Doocy returned home Sunday evening after spending two weeks at the home of two daughters. She went first to the Roger Schwab home where she helped care for a grandchild who was 111, and on Memorial Day went to the home of the Vincent Engelbys where she helped with the reception for her granddaughter, Sandra, who graduated Sunday afternoon from the Pacelli High School in Austin. 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