4-Algonq (la.) Upper Pet Moinei Thursday, Jun» 22, 1967 Carol Ristau June 10 Bride, LuVerne Church LUVERNE - Carol Jean Ristau daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau, LuVerne, and Eldrid L. Easterhaus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Easterhaus, Salisbury, Mo., were married in a double ring ceremony performed in Zion LuVerne, June 10 by Pastor R. T. Mueller. She was escorted by her father and was attired in a chapel- length gown of imported crepe chantilly lace. The high rise bodice was of chantilly lace and fashioned with full length sleeves and rounded neckline. It topped a sheath skirt of imported crepe. A detachable cathedral length train was of chantilly lace edged with imported crepe. The floral effect bridal cap held a 3-tiered veil of illusion. Her bouquet consisted of a large mum surrounded by roses. The bride's attendants were Linda Hoefelmann, Marlus Paulson and Marilyn Frandsen. The groom's attendants were Norbert Gebhardt, Ralph Easterhaus and Daryl Ristau. Ushers were David Ristau and Ronald Hayes. The bride's personal attendant was Laurie Hanselman. The guest book attendant was Susan Ristau. '•. ••••; Soloist was Dale Bansbrough and organist was Mrs. R. T. Mueller. The groom gave the bride a lovely chain necklace with pearls and diamonds. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kubly. Mrs. Albert Nielson and Bonita East- erhause served the cake, Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier poured punch and Mrs. Fay Harmon, coffee. Waitresses were Lynn and Laurie Hanselman, Mary Gebhardt, Ivana Griffen. Gift openers were Connie Sanford, Cathy Wittmeier and Ivana Griffen. Eldrid L. Easterhaus is battery commander of the Maryville unit of the National Guard. He was commissioned a second Lieutenant through ROTC in June 1962 and served in Korea while on active duty. He joined the National Guard in 1964 after he was released from active duty. He is employed by the Farmers Home Administration in Maryville. The bride is presently attending Northwest State College, Maryville. They will make their home in Maryville after a short; honeymoon. Ernest Gales Is St. Joe KG Grand Knight ST. JOE - The monthly meeting of the KC's was held June 14 in the local club room with Milford Plathe, Grand Knight, presiding. Election of officers was the main business of the meeting. Officers for the coming year will be Ernest M. Gales, Grand Knight, Irwin Mertz, deputy Grand Knight; Bernard Streit, chancellor;MarkThilges, recording secretary; Francis Bormann, treasurer; Daryl Baker, advocate; Sylvester Wagner, warden; George Wagner, inside guard, and Wilfred Schneider, outside guard; and trustee, Milford Plathe. A report of the state convention held in Dubuque was given by Milford Plathe and Joe Sinnwell. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell .of Gainesville, Tex., were sur- •prised honorees when 115 relatives and friends gathered at the KC hall there to help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary at a dinner party. Relatives from here attending the observance were Mr. .and Mrs. Peter Kirgch, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and Allan Becker. Dick Kirsch, Tucson, Ariz., son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch, was a weekend visitor. Mrs. Mitchell is the former Dorothy Becker. IS HONORED Dorothy Bormann was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Wednesday evening with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Willie Thilges and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas receiving prizes. Mrs. Marvin Reding received the door prize. Miss Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann,will be the bride of James S. Shomaker, son of Mrs. Carlo Ray of Costa Mesa, Calif., and J. S. Shomaker, June Lake, Calif., at 11 a. m. June 23, in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patrick and family, Long Island, N. Y., left here Tuesday after a visit in the home of Mrs. Patrick's sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert and family, and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Patrick also attended the observance of the 25th anniversary of St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., of her nurse graduation class. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding and Patty were given a housewarming in their new home in St. Joe when their new neighbors gathered for a social evening bringing lunch and a gift Thursday evening. Sister M. Phyllis Reding, Dubuque, arrived here Saturday for a visit with relatives. Sister M. Clarissa, Dubuque, visited here this week with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Freilinger and family. SP/4 Richard J.. Thul reports to Oakland Army Base June 24 after a 30-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Thul, the former Sherril Harr, and son Thomas are living in Algona. SP/4 Thul is scheduled for a year's service in Vietnam and is with communications. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs. Rosalia nig spent Tuesday in Centerville with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and son Mike and Mr. ar.d Mrs. Art Winkel and family. Mrs. Ringsdorf is the former Marion Kohlhaas and Mrs. Art Winkel is the former Marjorie nig, daughter of Mrs. Rosalia nig. Sandy Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul, graduate of Twin Rivers, 1967 class, has been appointed by the Humboldt county board of supervisors as auto deputy in the Humboldt county treasurer's office. She replaces her sister, Mrs. Russ Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, accompanied by Susie Naberfrom Spirit Lake, spent Monday with Mrs. Anna Bormann at North Washington. Susie Naber visited friends here and at Humboldt the past week, returning home Thursday. REUNION The first reunion in 50 years of the Marengo high school graduating class of 1917 was held in Amana June 4. Twelve of the class numbering 29 were present. COOL FIXIN'S AT REDEEM YOUR COUPONS HERE FOR LIQUID PALMOLIVE! US' OPEN NITES! • Tp U/yyT_QUANTITIES ! TENDERSWEET §BT_ v> TOMATOES ALL FLAVORS II 13 > CANS KARAVAN MANDARIN 3 FLAVORS IN A BAR TRIO-BARS HEINZ OMATO ORANGES \ •Ml SOFTEX TISSUE CT. BOXES SWANSON'S FLOURS WHITE SEEDLESS -X WINESAP GRADE 'AA piHiiip*^ UTTER £;%.*•• i:;M«i. APPLES 3 IbsJ CHERRY ScMl TOMATOES FONDA SNO-BOY 100 COUNT PKG. ROYAL Miracle AM I (FREE ROYAL GELATIN !) PKGS. 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They also received a certificate of award from the district for 100% membership by Oct. 20. Mrs. Mike Coyle gave a report on the county meeting held at Bode. Election of officers was held with the following results: president, Mrs. Victor Meyer; vice president, Mrs. Richard Kinseth; secretary, Mrs. Eugene Struthers; treasurer, Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Howard Thompson; chaplain, Mrs. Dean Telford; and historian, Mrs. Mike Coyle. Debbie Frohling gave a report on her week at Girls State. - o Sunday pot-luck dinner guests at the Olvin Haug home were Mrs. Elaine Kinseth, Tom and Susan of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and family of West Bend, Mary Henderson of Dakota City, Mrs. Peter Oppedahl, Santa Ana, Calif., Suzanne Oppedahl, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kisneth and family. The occasion was for Father's Day and to celebrate Mrs. Peter Oppedahl's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and Becky of Decorah were Saturday dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Kate Shursen. The American Lutheran church women decided to paint and house clean the church parlors, which was accomplished last week. Since the weather has been rainy, several farmers were able to help paint, too. Two coats of paint were applied and the woodwork varnished. The ceiling is white and the walls a soft green. United Presbyterian women met Friday with Mrs. Ralph Richards as hostess. She also gave the lesson. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Rev. Robert J. LeMont are at Decorah from Sunday until Wednesday, attending the Iowa District Convention at Luther College. Mr. Watnem is a delegate and Mrs. Watnem attended as a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth attended the Rural Letter Carriers Assoc. and Auxiliary State Convention at the New Inn at Okoboji from Monday until Wednesday. Gary Kinseth is attending Bible camp at Ingham Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Naomi Struthers and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend attended the Struthers family reunion Sunday at Ft. Ripley, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Malmin of Sandness, Norway, came Saturday to visit the Erling Mal- mins. Mr. Malmin is a cousin of Erling Malmin. Mrs. Bertha Malmin of Worthington, Minn, is also a visitor. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bishop and family of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons of Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin of Rutland. The Ellingson family met for a reunion Sunday at Mason City. Officers for next year are president, Marvin Movick, Mason City, vice president, Orville Ellingson, Emmetsburg, secretary-treasurer, Doreen Ellingson, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson attended from here. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer at Mazon, m. They also visited at Davenport to see Mrs. Meyer's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson and Danny took Jeannie Evenson, Becky Hankins and Chris St. Clair to Upper Iowa University at Fayette Sunday to attend a cheerleading camp for a week. Kristie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers celebrated her 14th birthday Sunday. Afternoon lunch guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers and family, and Watson Struthers. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family attended the Bell family reunion at Twin Lakes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoffman and family are at Vacation Village from Sunday until Wednesday. The meeting, sponsored by Felco, is for elevator managers. Last week from Sunday until Wednesday, Mr. andMrs.RoyEnock- son and Leon Ludwig were at Vacation Village. This was also sponsored by Felco and was for elevator employees. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf were Tuesday visitors at the Richard Kropf home at Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family of Maynard, Mrs. Kate Jacobson and LeRoy were Saturday night visitors at the Louis Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and Jerry, Austin, Minn., were weekend guests at the Howard Hellickson home. Mrs. Hannah Hellickson of near Hardy was also a Sunday dinner guest. Mrs. Donald Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper wereFrldaydinner guests at the Mike House home at Ft. Dodge. Bradley, son" of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart, Is spending several weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl at Hancock, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellingson of Dike were Wednesday visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home. Dorothy Cogley Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed DOROTHY COGLEY Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Leland Grein, son of Mrs. Loretta Grein and the late George Grein, St. Benedict. The wedding Is planned for August 5 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Safety Award Presented To la. F-B Women A four-fold safety program by the Iowa Farm Bureau Women has won an Award of Honor in the Citation Award program conducted by the National Safety Council's Women's Conference. It will be presented Monday in Des Moines at the annual summer conference of Iowa Farm Bureau Women by Mrs. J. S. Van Wert of the NSC Women's Conference executive committee. The Award of Honor recognizes the Iowa Women's promotion of the Council's Defensive Driving Course, their support for the proper use of the new Slow Moving Vehicle emblem, their work in assessing the markings on the state's system of secondary roads and their activity in conducting a membership education campaign on humans' reaction to farm chemicals. They also took an active part in selecting nominee families for the Safe Farm Family award presented at the Iowa State Fair. As testimony to their success in promoting NSC's Defensive Driving Course, the Iowa women noted that the program has now reached into 83 counties with more than 2,600 drivers having taken part. New Teachers Two teachers at St. John's school in Bancroft are going to other schools. Sister James, who taught English in the high school, will join the faculty at Columbus High in Waterloo, and Sister Vincent, eighth grade teacher, will teach at Larchwood next year. They will be replaced by Sister Elizabeth Cummins and Sister Lois Mousel during the next school year at St. John's. Square Dance Algona Promenade rs Square Dance Club will have a dance Saturday, June 24, at the Star Roller Rink and will begin at 8:30 p. m. Caller will be Warren Rowles of Grand Junction, la. Free lunch will be served. All guests welcome. fa advertising, America has found the key to unlock the resourcefulness and ingenuity of our economy.
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