The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1967 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1967
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des MolnM Thurjdey, June 15, 1967 West Bend Girl Weds Juliana Jean Faulstich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstich, West Bc'iid, and James David Hatch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Hatch, Ames, were married June 3 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. Rev. Norman Abbott performed the double ring ceremony. 300 guests were present. Sandra Schupfer was accompanied by Reuben Butzke, organist. Louise Faulstich was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Bonnie Hatch and Carol Ristau. Kimberly Faulsticli was flower girl and ring bearer was Jeffrey Faul- sticli. Best man was Jess N. Cole, Jr. ; groomsmen were Bob Olson and Joel Serwick; ushers were Eldrid Easterhaus, Robert Potratz, Larry Hatcli and Roger Faulsticti. David Hatch was candle lighter. The bride, given In marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of night light organza, featuring an empire waist style and sheath skirt and was accented by a lace cape, .A chapel length, train was attached at tlie waist. Her headpiece was adorned with aurora borealis beads which held In place the long veil. The bride designed and sewed her gown as well as those of her attendants. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant necklace, a gift from the groom. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallukalt were dining room hosts. Eileen Harms registered the guests, Emilie Bernau and Mrs. C. F. Brulckler cut the cake, Mrs. Ruth Husband and Mrs. Roland Bernau poured coffee and Mrs. William Faulstich dipped punch. The gifts were In charge of Susan Theesfield, Brenda Faulstich and Barb Olsen. Waitresses were Jane and Julie Wallukait, Connie Gilmore, Lorna Walker and Iris Bernau. The bride Is a graduate of Lu Verne High School and will be a senior at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo. majoring in home economics. The groom Is a graduate of Ames High School and Northwest Mis- souri'State College and at pre- 1 sent is in the "Coast 'Guard at Port Huron, Mich, where the couple will reside. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Summer School Sessions Start For Wesleyans WESLEY - The Corwitli- Wesley Community school's summer program started this week. Twenty-six students are enrolled in the driver education class as reported by Norman Rasmussen, instructor. Actual driving by students will start next week. Classes are arranged so that after the first week the classroom sessions will be held at both the Wesley and Corwith buildings. The classes are composed of students from Garrigan and Corwith-Wesley Iligli Schools. The summer reading program, started June 12 and runs until July 14. The day is divided into three sessions. The students are instructed by Mrs. Discher, Mrs. Neswold and Mrs. Swanson. The materials used are wide and varied and gives the students experiences in reading which are not normal to the average classroom irstructor. Seventv-six students from the Corwitl. "-'pslpy Community school rtistrii are enrolled. AUXILIARY ML; Americi •> Legion Auxiliary held tlieii regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening, June 6. Election of officers was held. Joan Grandgenett was re-elected president; Agnes Stevens, vice president; Laura Klein, secretary; Lucille Hirner, treasurer ; Lorraine Goetz, sergeant- at-arms; Gloria Fries, historian; Josle Lickteig, chaplain; Marjorie (Bill) Goetz, JoMeurer and Rita Youngwirth, executive board members. A Mauler's Day gift was sent to each of the four Gold Star mothers; Mrs. Mike Goetz of Sargeant, Minn.; Mrs. Laura Richter, Mrs. Mae Garman and Mrs. Helen Youngwirth. Laura Klein, poppy chairman, reported $58.41 was realized from the recent poppy sale. Poppy sellers were Eileen Johnson, Rita Youngwirth, Elsie Kunkel, Margaret Rasmussen, Don- nelle Vestrum, Joan Grandgenett, Joan Vltzthum, Betty Welland, Lynn and Mark Klein, LuAnn West, Connie Hilbert, Mildred Studer and Marlon Youngwirth. President Joan Grandgenett announced that a department convention will be held In Des Moines July 21-22. The next meeting will be held June 27 Instead of July 4. Installation of officers will be held. - o - SHOWER HONORS Jane Becker was honored at a pre-nuptlal shower Tuesday evening, June 6, in St. Joseph's parish hall. 500 was played. Jane, a daughter of Mrs. Justine Becker, will become the bride of Donald Potthoff, son of Mrs. Albert Lickteig, June 24. - o - ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Ed Johnson accompanied her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wingert of Buffalo Center, to Jump River, Wise. Thursday where they attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Mike (Anna Wingert) Franzen, 85. A nephew, Father Gerald Wingert of Oyens, la., assisted at the requiem mass. The deceased was a sister of the late Lawrence Wingert of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. L. Lease visited her sister, Mrs. Marion Hall of Hanlontown, a surgical patient in a Rochester, Minn, hospital, Tuesday. Anna and Ethel Flom left Saturday for Spearfish, S.D., where they will attend the Black Hills State College for a five-week course in kindergarten work. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peters and family of Truer spent Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Betty Bode was high scorer. Mrs. Mary Forburger was a guest. FIVE A five generation picture was taken recently when Mrs. Minnie Holaday of Massena observed her 87th birthday. She had present for the occasion, a daughter, a granddaughter, a great granddaughter and a great great granddaughter. MAKE DAD FEEL LIKE A KING BY PREPARING HIM A MEAL EXTRA-ORDINAIRE WITH THESE FAVORITES! 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SPECIAL CINNAMON TOSTEMS 6 OTHER FLAVORS RIGHT GUARD ?!?Jj"l!™_Ji^[!l_*_S!A^_A|Mi. DEODORANT R --48^ BRYLCREEM 69 HAZEL BISHOP HAIR SPRAY large 19 o?, can DETERGENT VEL REG. BOX "SLEEPY" ^Wake up and WIN with this SPECIAL CARNATION SLENDER Reg. 99c AROUND ALGONA BILL GEERING, who underwent a serious operation June 9 at Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines, is reported as making a satisfactory recovery, but will have to remain there another two or three weeks. He is in room 351. MH. AND MRS. Roland Larson and family of Grand Rapids, Michigan are here visiting his mother, Mrs. Alfred Larson. Roland is credit manager for American Seating Co. of Grand Rapids. BRENT SAMPSON, student at Mason City Junior College, is spending his summer vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. Brent plans to return to the college in the fall. MR. AND MRS. Art Leek and Lucinda Bierstedt returned from a trip to see Sgt. 4 Mrs. Darwin Leek, now stationed in Milan, Tenn. Darwin is in charge oftlie Intelligence office, having just been transferred there. Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek entertained in honor of Luana's graduation at Lu Verne. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Pastor iMrs.Gerike, Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt, James Bier- stedts, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, Wilfred Faulstichs, Charles Faulsticlis, Lewie Frasers, James Bakers, Gene Faulstichs, Gerald Klatts, Mrs. Herman Leek, Ranney Leeks, Wm. Leeks, Vern Leeks, Richard Frambachs, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Lenz, and Doug Hading. DOUG MOEHLE, Brent and Bryce Sampson returned home after spending a week fishing at Squaw Lake, Minn. MRS. MARY OLSON is a patient at St. Ann hospital having had an attack of bronchial pneumonia. Auxiliary At LuVerneHas New Officers LUVERNE - Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening in the Legion hall. They held election of officers. President - Darlene Curry, Vice Pres. - Eunice Blake, Sec. - Patricia Hardcopf, Treas. - Laura Zweifel, Historian - Florence Stewart, Sergeant-at-arms - Doris Johns, Chaplain- Ann Bjustrom. Hostesses were Mrs. Violet Dimler and Mrs. Loretta Guy and entertainment was by Mrs. Norma Watts. - o - GIVE RECITAL Mrs. R. T. Mueller held her piano recital in the Zion Lutheran church parlors Sunday at 2:30. Pupils taking part were Diane and Dennis Marty, Paula and Diane Curry, Barbara Stille, Linda Loftus, Kirk Nielsen, Allen Voss, Diane Gjerstad, Elaine Hinz and Robert Blake. Refreshments were served after the recital, with Mrs. Lillie Hesse assisting. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorn were honored with a reception In their home on their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 11. Hostesses were Mrs. Vivian Erickson, sister of Mrs. Thorn, and Mrs. Tex Ramus, sister of Mr. Thorn. Their wedding attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner of Humboldt, were present. There we re about 50 guests, all friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Clara Wolf was honored with a birthday party Wednesday. Her daughters, Mrs. Clarence Jergensen, Corwith, and Mrs. Leslie Pechumer, Lu Verne, were hostesses. Guests were a sister Mrs. Ed Ramus, nieces Mrs. Erwin Hildman, Wesley, Mrs. Harry Fleming, Corwith, Mrs. Ed Lenz, LuVerne, and a cousin, Mrs. Anna Klawitter, LuVerne. She received many gifts. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown, Mickey and Terry, Sanborn, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyers. Mrs. Brown Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Brown took their son Terry to Ames Monday for college orientation. Mrs. Jack (Barbara) Baker, Mike and Jill, Lamar Colo., came June 7 to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyers. They came by train to Mason City where Mr. Meyers met them. Mr. Baker will come for them June 17 and they will leave Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thompson of Alta were callers in the Albert Schipull home Sunday. They are former residents in the LuVerne area. Albert Schipull is fishing in Canada with friends from Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Barber's sister at Mankato, Minn. June 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bastian, Nancy and Jane, and Mrs. Jergensen's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson of Vincent, spent Thursday fishing at Iowa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips, Stewartville, Minn, and former residents of LuVerne, were callers in LuVerne over the weekend. They were in Corwith Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk were at Royal over the weekend. It was her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones, 65th wedding anniversary. They have not been well and are presently making their home with another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamberlain. Mrs. W.C. Harvicht, sister of Mrs. Shirk, was also a visitor for the anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk have recently sold their home in LuVerne. They plan to have a sale in July of all their furniture and household items. They then plan to live at Royal until going south again in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Engh from Kanawha, visited Mrs. Henry Kubly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Hoesly from New Glarus, Wise, were house guests of Mrs. Henry Kubly from Wednesday until Friday. YOU CAN DO A FIGURE no skipping, no missing, no wrapping, with this new, positive twin drive BRADY HAYMAKER! Brady hay conditioners improve your hay crop by 50% . . . dries 50% faster, softer, more palatable. Saves the protein, carotene, and other vitamin content Your BRADY HAYMAKER will crimp the stems and release excess moisture without damaging nutritious leaves, ball today for z free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN AlOONA

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