The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
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Stroke Program Presented i:~1 mimiiHiHiiHi'iiaiiniiiii . . . parental Herman studer home Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids visited his mother, Mrs Olive Erdman, and his sister, Mrs. DonnelJe Vestrem and family Tuesday of last week. Mrs Olive Erdman, Mrs. Donnelle Vestrem, and the Jailer's dau^h- ter, Diane Robinson, visited "the Lowell Erdmans at Decorah Tuesday. Diane left Sunday for Tempe, Ariz, where she will at- tend the State University for her junior year. Twenty-seven local farmers made a farm progress tour of the research farm al Ft. Dodge Aug. b*J* ?>'r. and Mrs. Jake McEUroy of Milo spent several days over the Aug. 27 weekend with his sister, Mrs. Mary Weber and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Bauer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nedved of Brltt to Whittemore Aug. 20 where they were dinner guests of the Bill Bauers. DOCTOR Monticello*s dean of professional men, Dr. C.G. Thomas, has practiced medicine in Monti- cello the past 53 years. L)r. Thomas observed Ills 80th birthday there Aug. 5 and still is active in his more than half-century practice. SERVICE FAMILY Eight sons and one daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilillis Duitsman of Armstrong all have served their country in military ser. vice. With completion of four years active duty in the Navy Dick Duitsman, the last of this long line of servicemen, was dls- charged this month and Is now home. FIND IT IN THE UDM CLASSIFIED ADS at ei Iowa Stroke Rehabililation Program , of fte wluch covers 14 counties: Butler, Cerro Gordo Cenlr of the N or a utaon of the North Central Division of low a background of better for the patienl with long term illness "°mes - -Id SP ° nS ° red «* the Heart - Humboidt - ^ngel, nurse-coordinator - MarC6lla cha ™n, director Joyce Paulson Of Wesley Is Wed Aug. 19 WESLEY - Joyce Carole Paulson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson, became the bride of Robert Donald Dohse, Cedar Falls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dohse of Waterloo, Saturday Aug. 19 in a double-ring ceremony performed by Rev. Frank Considine in the Britt Methodist Church. Mrs. Janice Tegtmeyer, sister of the bride was matron of honor and Shari Tegtmeyer, niece of the bride 'was junior bridesmaid. Steve Wedgebury, Cedar Falls, was best man. JohnTegt- meyer, Britt, was soloist, accompanied by Marjorie Benzler of Britt, organist Dave Tegtmeyer, Britt, and Warren George of Waterloo were ushers. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. The bride's dress was street length white organza over taffeta, with point lace neckline and long point sleeves of organza. A beaded crown jeweled with opal beads held her shoulder-length veil of silk illusion. She carried a white lace handkerchief, a gift of the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Albert Dohse, Oelwein, and an engagement ring belonging to her grandmother, Mrs. Lorena Smith of Kanawha. Her bouquet consisted of pink roses mixed with white stephanotis. After the ceremony a reception was held in the church dining room with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Britt as hosts.' Carol Root- of Wesley registered the guests. Marine Dornbier of Des Moines served punch. After the grace led by Rev Warren Paige of Britt, a buffet luncheon was served tolSOguests by the Deborali circle of the church with Mrs. Maurice Swan of Britt pouring. Waitresses were Mrs. Steve Agaard of Mankato, Minn., and Mrs. Arnold Smith of Forest City. The cake was cut by Miss Mabel Higgins of Independence and Mrs. Lyle Kirkpatrick of Rochester, Minn aunts of the groom Miss Margilia Swan of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Charles Weber of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Walter Murphy of Cedar Falls were in charge of gifts. Gift carriers were Linda and Janet Smith of Kanawha. The bride attended Northern University and is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. The groom is a graduate of Northern University, Cedar Falls, and is an instructor in the Cedar Rapids school system, and they are living in Cedar Rapids. - o - I REUNION The graduation class of 1952 of St. John's school of Bancroft held a reunion dinnerparty at Al's Lounge here Saturday evening, Aug. 26. Eight "young ladies" of the class of 36 students, and their husbands attendedthe'dinnerpar- ty. They were Mrs. Bill Koppen, the former Helen Renger; and Mrs. Jack Vitzthum, the former Joan Welp, of Wesley; the Dr Tom Lensings and the Clem Bi- seniuses, Whittemore; Joe Ei- seles, Elmore, Minn.; Val Col- ers, Chicago; Roger Mathres, Rockfoid, la; and Will Goches Bancroft. The group en joyed a social evening at the Jack Vitzthum home after the dinner. - o - The Harvest Home Festival will be held Sunday, September 10 at the Evangelical Free church Dr. Olson of Minneapolis, President of the Evangelical Free churches of America, will be the guest speaker. He will also be guest speaker the following Monday and Tuesday evenings at their sen-ices. The ladies of the parish held cleaning bees at the church Monday and Tuesday of last week -Mrs. Carl Froehlich was Drought home Thursday from the Britt hospital where she had been for medical care. Mrs. Grover Foote of Des Moines spent several days over the August 27 week end in the parental Carl Froehlich home and with her mother, who was then in the hospital. The Dave Youngwirths have rented the Lester Larson house that was vacated recently by the Don Hauptmans, and will move soon from their house which they sold to Vine Doughan. The Hauptmans moved recently into the former Rich Reiling house, which they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Koppen and children returned Aug. 27 from a 10-day campingandsightseeing trip to South Dakota anU V'yoming. They visited friends in Meeker, Colo, and at Sheridan, Wyo. Clete West substituted for Koppen on the rural mail route. Mrs. Betty Bode entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer won high score prize. Mrs.. Marie Doughan will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Swan, Mr. Fred Thprnbury, and Mr. and Mrs. David Tegt- ..jneyer and family, all of Britt in .'honor of Hiss Margilia Swan of Orange, Calif. Thursday evening. Mrs. John Paulson went to the home of her mother, Lorena Smith, near Kanawha, Thursday to greet visitors from Minneapolis, Mrs. Rose Wagner and Mrs. Kathleen Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode entertained a group of relatives at a dinner party at their rural home Aug. 27 in honor of her nephew, Paul Eisele of Whittemore, who has returned to Mt. St. Bernard at Dubuque, and a niece, Mary Beth Foley of Whittemore who will attend Creighton University at Omaha, Nebraska for her junior year. Their guests were Frank Eisele, Dan Foleys, Frank Kollaschs, Ray Kollaschs, Mrs. Lydia Bisenius, Clem Bi- seniuses, all of Whittemore; Joe Eiseles, Blue Earth, Minn.; the Leonard and Kenneth Prohaskas of Garner; Paul Bode, Algona; and the Franklin Bodes, Wesley. 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We cannot take an empty bag to church and return with a supply of faith to carry us through the following week. Vet happiness and strength for living begin with the simple belief in God and are nourished in the practice of Christianity. It is not necessary to walk always in darkness. But we must open our eyes to see- and, we must open our hearts to believe. \-. fi= P Takes the edge off summer! Teens, kids, moms and dads all call for the refreshing taste of milk to take the edge off of summer's hot times! When the heat's got you down, why no, reach for dairy . products? Cool energy i s yours in a jiffy. Consolidafed Co-op Creameries WHITTEMORE - IONE Rocu _ ._ These Special Weekly you by the following ••• VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algono, lowo ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 _ Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. 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