The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1961 · Page 1
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(la,) Uppftr D« Mftlna* Thuftdtty, Peb. 9, 1061 Donna Thul Is fed Recently At St. Joe B<. Joe — In a pretty •Ivedding Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's ehlirch, Donna Thul, daughter of Mf; and Mrs ;Eugene > Thul, • be- cajtle the'Bride of Raymond Paul Forsylhe,, son of. Mr and Mrs Roy Fdrsythe'of West Bend. Rev. Leo Schumacher •, (officiated; at the double ring" cfercmdny. The men's chjnr sang With Adeline Wagner as organist. Gar'y Kranier and Nlt'ki Erpelding' Were acdlytes. 3rho bride,' given in marriage by her father, .wore a floor leng- tlygown of white satift with a lace ove'rskirt and long sleeves. A.sequin headpiece held her -fingertip veil and she carried a co- lofiial bouquet of red roses. Barbara Thul was maid of hon(Jr and Charlenc Thul attended the bride. The groom's attend- an^s were George Forsythe and Lonnie Miller and ushers were Richard Thul and Arnold Wild- erjnan. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the K. C. club rooms with Mrs John Bor- mjmn, Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mrs George Wagner, Mrs Harold Reding, Mrs Alfred Reding and Mrs Peter Becker in charge. Mrs Eugene Kollasch cut the cake and Mrs Therman Pruitt and Mrs Alvin Erpelding poured. 'After a wedding trip to Chicago the newlyweds will be at home in Fort Dodge where both arc employed. Wad 25 Years ,The parents of the bride, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, observed thalr twenty-fifth wedding anniversary the same day, A large cake, baked and decorated by Mrs John Bormunn, was served later in the afternoon in observance of that occasion. They also received several gifts. Plan Ladies Nighi '•• Knights of ; -Columbus ;held their regular meeting Feb. 1. Committee In charge of the lunch, Ed Bormann as chairman assisted by Gordon Hilbert, Art Kohlliaas, Pnter,C, Reding, Maurice Reding and Paul EYpclding. The annual K. C. Ladies Night is scheduled for Feb. 22 with a pancake and sausage supper in the K. C. club room. Kitchen Committee will be Al Lenertz, Norbert Friders and Francis Erpelding, Waiters will be Gerald Reding, James Butler, James Hilbert, Irwin Mertz, Marvin Origer, Elmer Faber, Herman Faber, Robert Hilbert and Edward Illg. Mr and Mrs William Bormarin are parents of their first child, a daughter born Feb. 4 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimel of Livermore are the maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann are paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs John Berte and son George of here, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Donald Orres of Fort Dodge visited in Dubuque Wednesday with relatives. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, Diane and Janet spent Sunday in Sioux City with Sheryll Reding. Allan Becker, son of Mr 'and Mrs Peter Becker, student at an electronics school in Kansas City, spent the week end here with home folks. Carol Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding, student in St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Mason City, spent the i week end here with home folks. Richard Dahl Of Swea Weds Minnesota Girl Swe'a' Cily —Mr and Mrs Don- Id Jonsen of East Chain, Minn, nnounce the marriage of their aughter, Nancy Kae, to Richard Jahl, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Dahl of Swoa. City. ^ t ; , ,» The couple were married Jan. 3 at Immanucl Lutheran Church n Swca City. They were Honord at a reception Sunday Feb. 5, at the East Chain Lutheran Church. They will make their home in Swea City. rBghly Rated IN ALGONA Swca City's one-act play 4 , '"file Reluctant Dragan," and ten speakers received division 1 rating in the aub-distrlct •,speech dori(est at Emmetsburg, Saturday, Jfltliq- ary, 28.'All advanced to the dist* rict contest Feb.-17 and 18. "Winning students arid their c8"«" tegorit's'' Were Linila Weber £$& Larry Simbnsmeier Dragon; Pen'* Nancy Patterson and Linda Pat- lersori, radio speaking; John Guyer, humorousj Walece Schmick- ing, interpretive -prose; •"Penny Guyer and Bev Thorsbft, fextertii poraneous speaking; Ronnie Linde and Carmen Larsen, public .address; :-..-,• ' . ' ' • •;"•.:•; Members of tlie play cast In 1 - 1 eluded Caryl Larsen, Narrator; Larry Smonsmeler, Drag6n; Penny Guyer, Boy; and Ronnie Lindo. St. George. Costumes Were Specially designed for the play by Mrs Sirndnsmeler, Penny :CJu- yer, and Matirice. Anderson;:!the scenery was-by Mfftirice Anderson; Curtis Hanson was produc- . ,< tlon assistant. , Swea city's pity and spleen entries were directed by Eitfllsfr, Portland Twp. By Mrs, Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Mike Arend of Algona -tyerfe Tuesday guests irt the Edniurid Larsen home, Roy Ringsdorf, Who has Undergone major surgery 'a^Mercy •Hospital,' Mason City, ; showed improvement Friday. It is believed he may get home the first of the week. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen were Sunday guests in the Quinten Bjustrotn home, in honor of Mrs Jim Lindhorst's birthday. Jeanette Bjustrom was home from Ames for the week end. Mr* Ray, ftteh ahd Mrs Roberfc MiS6r6-'of 'Burt wint to AfgtfnS T63(ly ^er^.fliey visited ijt ewtdn fieiter and Lyl6 hetfnes. . *• ,' Mr and Mrs Wendell Christensen, Mary and Wendell Jr, were Sunday visitors in the Edmund Larsen henie. Sunday guests In the Kenneth Sarchdt home for a baptismal dijifler in honor of Marc Alan Sarehet, one month old, were Mr arid Mrs Fred, Habeger, Burt, Mr- arid Mis Rdfaert Safchet, Jessie Sarahet, Mf- rind Mrs Roy Sarch- etj Mr and Mra- Richard. Safehetj Mrs Elva Simpson and. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Priebe, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs Daune Habeger of Lone Rock and Mr ana Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow and David of Bancroft were Sunday guests In the P. W. Marlow home. • Mrs Henry Smith, Vernon, Jimmy, Ramona and David went td' -beV Moiftes" Sunday'to'Spend | hay With Mr and Mrs Phillip ' '.-Mf aM Uf6 Donald feturfitd' Home Sunday .altdr spending over two weeKs in CaH- fornia sight seeing and Visiting relatives.'They went out by traih and returned by car;, wi^h their daughter.and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Rbbert SeefdM. Cheryl Smith, who is on h^er second year of nurses training &' loW'a Cityi was hbme for a-few days Visit With' her parents, Mr and Mrs Jake Smith, due, to a setttester break. . ' Mr arid Mrs» Joe Gross 61 Burt spent Friday at the Jake Smith home. •,. , . Stewart 'Goldman of. Titonka was e week end guest in,the Howard Sparks home. , ' t ] . Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch went to Britt Wednesday where' • they visited Mr and Mrs Ha/bld Stevenson and,-Mr and Mrs.Lfio Clark and father Charles Clark; who ceJebrjtet! his 98th birthday Jan. 29. ' - ," * Paul TiemSfn' W6Bt to Fort Dod* ge Sunday te> ,v«ifr hi! mother, Mrs' filizabetK , Kennedy in^ the LutHerafi hospital tjiere. Mr and Mrs" Myron Melnzer of Dexter,' MjrinV werfe Sunday guests in the" dedfge, ,Ko^stlet nome. • " ' '* j ( The Portland Progress s Club will meet Feb. IB at the home of Mrs Glen Zwlefel with Mrs Jake Smith assistant hostess. The lesson will be brought to us by Mrs Howard Sparks and Mrs S. R. Parsons; "Living without trust, is like driving in a fog.'* > Shelda Hertzke of Independence and Bob Beener of Waterloo were week end guests at the parental Ray Hertzke home. Mr and Mrs Garlyle : Gerzema and family were Sunday evening callers at the parental Carl Gerzema home. the biggest advance in farm power and equipment ever filmed SEE the NEW GENERATION of POWER setting a new power pace in actual field demonstrations SEE the amazing march of farm equipment progress since the introduction of the first successful steel plov/. 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