|-Algona (la.) Uppfir Dt« Meln«i Thursday, July 27, 1967 St. Joe Man Finds Canada Fishing Good ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. John Thul' returned home Thursday from a 3-week visit with relatives at Rapid City, S. D., Drinkwater, Marquis, Moose Jaw and Regina, Sask. Canada. Mr. Thul, accompanied by his brother-in- law and three nephews, spent several days fishing at Green Lake, Sask., Canada, and caught over 2CO three and four pound walleyes. - o - PLAN SHOW Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Clubs Unit 1 and 2 will hold Achievement Day and Mother-Daughter Tea on Saturday afternoon July 29 in St. Joseph's school hall. The annual Riverdale Rustlers family picnic will be held Sunday, July 30, on the picnic grounds at the Algona swimming pool, with a 5 p.m. supper. An afternoon of swimming will precede the supper. - o - SHOWER HONORS Nancy Jean Kennedy was honored on Sunday afternoon at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending. Miss Kennedy was assisted at the gift table by the groom-elect*s sister, Marilyn Thilges. An afternoon of 500 was enjoyed with Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Kathryn Fisch receiving the high and second high prizes. Patty Reding received the door prize. Miss Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kennedy, Fairmont, will be the bride of Kenneth B. Thilges, son of Mf. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges of St. Joe. An Aug. 12 wedding is planned in St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft. - o - Sister M. Marcine was a visitor here this week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner and family. Following several weeks at Dubuque and Dyersville, Sister M. Marcine will return to St. John's of Bancroft where she is home economics and English teacher in high school. Sister M. Benvanuta and Sister M.JDeotilla, Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, are visiting here with their sister, Elizabeth Berte, and brothers, John, Nick, Alphons and Joe Berte and families. Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berte, they also visited another brother, Henry Berte, Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klein, Janet, Theresa, Diana, Danny, John and Evelyn, Memphis, Tenn., arrived here for a visit Wednesday at the home of Mr. Klein's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges and family, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Michael, Centerville, left Sunday for their home after a visit here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, and in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf and son, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Reding and family attended a family picnic at Wesley Sunday in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Reeling's mother, Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, St. Benedict. Gary Lee and Gayle Lynn Bormann, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bormann, were baptized Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Louis Bormann and Mildred Bormann. The latter acted as proxy for her sister, Mrs. James S. Shomaker for Gary Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reding for Gayle Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hejlik and son Craig, Emmetsburg, all with July birthdays, were honored with a family gathering Sunday at a picnic dinner at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Hejlik is the former Mary Alma O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien from here. Others attending were Patsy Hackney, Debbie and Rhonda Hackney from here, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemkee, Irvington, and Valerie Thilges, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Thul and Mary, Marquis, Sask., Canada, arrived here Friday for a visit with relatives. Kelley the son of the late Nick Thul Jr., is a nephew of Mrs. Louise Thul and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nepple and Michael, Iowa City, were visitors here this past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, parents of Mrs. Nepple. Mr. and Mrs. Nepple spent several days at Lake Okoboji, leaving Michael with his grandparents. Nickie McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire, Burt, spent from Wednesday here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Escape Injury Mr. and Mrs. William Ricklefs, Titonka, escaped injury when their car was sideswiped by a Ft. Dodge woman, Mrs. Kathleen Faulkner, 23, near Estherville at 5:30 p. m. Sunday. Both occupants of the Ft. Dodge auto required hospitalization. Linda Gardner Married At Lofts Creek July 15 On July 15 at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek, la., Linda Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner, and Dennis Haack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack, were united in marriage with Rev. Arnold Vehling officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown fashioned in organza over taffeta with a Sabrina neckline and below-elbow sleeves. The bodice and sleeves were of lace with a floor-length skirt, softly pleated on each side, with a band of lace on the lower skirt. The Watteau lace and organza train fastened at the waist and flowed to a full chapel length. Her for ward headpiece, fashioned of fabric and lace petals, edged in pearls and crystals, held a full elbow-length bouffant pure silk illusion veil. Judy Larsen, Nevada, served as maid of honor with Mrs. Michael Neuroth, bridesmaid, and Vicky Haase, junior bridesmaid. Marvin Haack, Jesup, la., was the best man, and Michael Neuroth and David Haack served as groomsmen. Ushers were Melvin Haase and Stanley Gardner and were also the candle- lighters. Soloist Rita Luedtke was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Gerald Kuecker. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church basement. Charlene McClure was in charge of the guest book; Mrs. Stanley Gardner served punch; Mrs. Mary Denton poured coffee; and Bernice Haase and Mrs. Lloyd Batcheler cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt were dining room host and hostess. Paulette Peters, Donna Larsen, Mrs. Marvin Haack, Diane Moors, Judy Urch and Jean Mescher were table waitresses. Mrs. Melvin Haase, Leona Haase and Mrs. Allen Bartels opened the gifts. The bride is a 1967 graduate of Burt Community School, and the groom is employed at Jack's O.K. Tire Service in Algona. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Ijlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiliilllllllllllll Fenton Mrs. Ewold Kohlwes at Austin, Minn. Ewold was a patient at St. Olaf s Hospital. •Ill Mrs. Kohls is a niece of Mrs. Hauptman. Mrs. John Weiland of Whittemore is a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, and is in traction. The Weilands are former Wesley area residents and are parents of Orville Weiland. The Duane Prices left July 17 for Missoula, Mont, for a 10-day visit with his uncle, George Price and family. Mrs. Charles Seebeck and Mrs. Wilfred Becker spent several days recently in Ames visiting Charlotte Seebeck, who is secretary for a number of lawyers, and Mary Jo Becker, who is secretary to Dr. Eber Eldridge, professor of economics at the college. They took Leonard Becker to Ames where he attended a week's leader ship camp. Mr. and Mrs. (Ruth) E. N. Kaloplastos and family of Columbia, S. C. and the Lou Vitzthums of Pontiac, HI., recently spent a week in the parental George Vitzthum home. July 16 a family picnic was held at the Luke Youngwirth rural home. Others who attended were Tom Vitz- thums, Gaylon Vitzthums, Tom Smalls, Georgie Vitzthums, Jim Vitzthum, Steve Doughans, Jack Vitzthums, Mike Vitzthums and Bill Ludwigs. A 7 lb., 3 1/2 oz. boy was born July 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Downs of Algona, in St. Ann hospital. This is their first child. The new mother is the former Diane Schneider and the new father is a son of Mrs. Elaine Downs and the late Ed Downs of Mason City, formerly of Wesley. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Betty Bode was high scorer. Lt. Col. Gordon Loebig, his wife (the former Betty Arndorfer), and four children came from Germany recently, where he served in the Air Force. En- route to Wesley and Algona they visited a brother, Edmund Loebig and family, Rochester, Ind. They are visiting his brothers, Al and Wilfred, and his sister, Mrs. Jack Lickteig, and their families in Wesley and her father, John Arndorfer, a resident in the Good Samaritan Home, Algona, her brother, Len Arndorfer, and many other relatives and friends. The Loebigs will be stationed at Colorado Springs, Colo. Len Arndorfers had as their Friday dinner guests Lt. Col. Gordon Loebig and family who REUNION Boone High School graduating class of 1927 held its 40th anniversary reunion July 1. There were 84 in attendance, including 54 former classmates. After an extensive tour through the New England states, Expo 67, and Washington, D. C., Judy Eigler, Theresa Kirby and Jo Schram of Colorado Springs, Colo, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT When will your new-car dollar go farthest? Right now. Best looking dollar-stietchers going! Impala Spoil Coupe (foreground), Chevelle Malibu Station Wagon (upper left) and Comoro Sport Coupe. •VT*V*W.», \ VtWrtV"^^*. J*\ . (V _™~~ 5 .,,<™™, >.— » <& . m^K > \ See what your Chevrolet dealer is offering. Your Chevrolet dealer can save you money right now. He has the cars more people want because they have more of what people want. A long list of quality features gives you that sure feeling, keeps Chevrolet most popular year after year. 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Mr. and Mrs. Dick Looft and sons, who have been in Minneapolis the past 5 1/2 years, will be moving to Chicago July 29. Dick will continue his work with International Business Machines as a project director in the 'supplemental education department. Dick is the son of the Henry Loofts, rural Fenton. Senecans attending the wedding of Merle Halverson and Marilyn Goltz, Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Blue Earth included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, also Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg of Topeka, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Berkland and Dwane Johannesen. Vernon and Dennis Wilberg were two of the groom's attendants and Mrs. Henry Wilberg assisted with cutting and serving the wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft returned home Wednesday afternoon following a week's visit with their sons and families, the Jack Loofts, Moorehead, Minn., and the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. Blakjer Lutheran church women met Thursday with Mesdames Curtis Olsen and Jerry Wilberg hostesses. Mrs. David Looft had charge of the opening devotions and the cause of the month. Mrs. Henry Wilberg conducted Bible study. Bernice Perdue of Des Moines was a weekend guest at the Nina Kracht home. Other recent guests included Pastor Spicer of Fenton and Mr. Devan of New York City; also Minnie Oster- reicher, Titonka; Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shannon and son, Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bacon, Waltham, Minn.; Mrs. Duane Brown and daughters, St. Paul, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and girls drove to Mankato, Minn. Friday and made arrangements for their daughter, Jill, to enroll at Mankato Business College tliis fall. While there, they also visited at the home of Mrs. Alice Jensen Feye and Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Feye. 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