The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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13, 1961 Edgar Mey'qr. = . • fdlfo^ing the wedding I recep- Wesley — Phyllis Weiland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Weiland, became the bride of Larry Olson c-f Grinnell, sofi of Mr and Mrs* Carl Olson bf Grinnell Saturday; evening, April 8, in the first Methodist church- in Wesley. , fhe double ring fcandfelighl? ceremony was performed by RevV Robert Jones. Music was played by Mrs Jones who also accompanied Mrs Orville Weiland and Mrs George Ostercarrtp, who 7 sang. The bride was given in maY- riage by her father. She wore. a goWn of chantilly late and tulle. The bouffant skirt of tulle over taffeta had tiers of lace and tullf in the front and was of lace lii the back which swept into a chapel train. The pointed fitted bodice had a scalloped sabrina neckline and the tapered lacfe sleeves were long.~ Her fingertip silk illusion veil was attached to a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of rea roses and stephanotis. Henzie Kruger of Des Moines was maid of honor and Mrs ti8firVa$ hef« In the church par lors for 126 guests. Mrs Kendall Weiland *aS in 1 charge of the guests book. The bride chosd a green jersey dress and white accessories foi her going-flway outfit. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high School and is presently employed at the Travelers Ins. Co. of Des MoineS. The bridegroom is a 1958 graduate; of Grlhnfell high school, was released from four years in the 'U.S.- Marines and is presently employed at Amana. The couple will make their home at Grinnell. ; 'Mr" arid Mrs Joe filsfenbarth of Franklin, Minn., were weekend house-guests in the Mrs Sophia Hildman home. Mrs Eisenbarth is the former Clara Hildman, a former WeSleyafl. They visited other relatives and friends. . H. JE. Hemmingsen and Jim Haverly attended a training school for furnace sales and repair men in Des Moines April Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann entertained at a 500 party Saturday :^nlng, Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson had travel, Mrs Dean Telford and James JacobSdn high, 'Mrs LeRoy Worfay* and Dean Telford, lows Mr\ arid Mrs Conrad Johnson and sons visited Mr and Mrs John Larson, and Mr Johnson's relatives at Omaha, Nebr. over the week end. Donald Larson '•, celebrated 6-7. Methodist Circles will meet James Simpson of Iowa City was: bridesmaid. Joanne Olson and LU Ann Simpson were flower girlsr The groom was attended by Weridel Weiland and Kendeil Weiland: Candlelighters were Ronald Weiland and Janet Olson. Ushers were Clarence Harms arid FRIDAY,.APRIL 14th ,;OHLIE. WORKMAN and Ihe SUNSET BOYS SATURDAY, APRIL ISth LOUIE ARMSTRONG and All His All STARS SUNDAY, APRIL 23rd" . COUSIN F.UZZY ALL LADIES FREE PLANTATION BALLROOM WhlHemore, Iowa SUNDAY, APRIL 16 HENRY CHARLES SUNDAY, APRIL 23 GUY DE LEO No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Is it really necessary to keep insurance policies in a safe deposit box? Doesn't anyone keep duplicates which I could get if my policies were lost or burned? ANSWER! Copies of all your policies are made and kept in safe plapes but there are many instances where policy holders have died or forgotten about the policies and no claims filed for losses which were actually covered. Your safe deposit box is well worth it's small cost in the ease of mind it brings, ' if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L, S. BOHANNON 5 N. £>gdg« CY 4-4443 Raymond Knutson, April 19 in the Kathryn Hauptly, Herman Wise and George Detmering homes. The, Methodist men will hold their meeting April 13, due to the fact that, they are serving the Mother-Daughter Banquet on their regular meeting night, Apr. 20. The Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's Catholic parish will meet April 20 instead of April 13. St. Josephs Guild will meet April 18. Bill Koppen and his mother, Mrs Lawrence Koppen, visited their father and husband Lawrence Koppen at University hospital, Iowa City, Sunday. The latter had been returned Tuesday of last week to the hospital following a 10-day stay at home. - Mr and Mrs Dennis Vitzthum and family of Aurelia visited in the ; parental George Vitzthum and Leo Goetz homes over the weekend. Mrs Adelia Thistlewood of Minneapolis was a weekend guest of her sister, Mrs Viola Studer. They were Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Studer home in Algona and then visited their mother, Mrs Jennie Luken, at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The latter observed her 88th birthday April 8 and received many'gifts and cards from relatives and friends. She was honored at an afternoon party Saturday in the home by a group of women. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Ferstl and family of Council Bluffs were weekend guests in the parental 1 contest, 13t n l.« M J •,m«.__il \~ mi_ .i' A - _i ' fPI*« juruiiaiu j-ttiiauii ; tejeuiciieu a birthday Monday. Evening guests were Mr ahd Mrs Ralph JaOtibSon and family, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and sons^ Mr arid (Mrs Maurice Larson and Mr arid Mrs Ted Kinseth of Bode. • ,-• Rev and Mrs Leo Wehrspanri and fafhily of Brbokfield, Wis., were Monday visitors at his par* ents, Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehr- spann. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson were Sunday guests at the Robert Ol son home at Ames to help Rober Observe his birthday; Which wa Tuesday. Enroute home the Ol sons attended 'the silver weddinf anniversary of Mr arid Mrs Le* Roy Hanselman at LuVerne Sunday afternoon. Mrs Hangman is a sister of Mr Olson. Mr .and Mrs Howard Thompson attended funeral services for his uncle, Ervin Barton, at LuVerne Monday. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee entertained Tuesday evening at a 50C party. Mrs Eugene Hofius and Harley Knutson had high scores, da Nitz was in charge of the topic 1 ., assisted by WfiJlace'ChHst Beraid Goetz and Pdtty Maitee and a panel of 12 selected Ma- guers. Various humorous stunts Were giVen by the firmed. Kathleen Peterson was elected alternate delegate for the Mlfemi Beach convention. The Leigue will sponsor the Waldorf College Choir Sunday, April S3, at 6 {J.rn. Lunch was served at the^cofi* elusion of the evening by-,Pfitty Mayne, Linda Kafels; .JRogef, Linda and Virgil Nitz. ••' Purchases Trucks Merrill Thompson has purfchas- ed one semi-truck and one Straight truck from Thomas Thompson, who is retiring due to ill health. From now 6n Merrill will be doing all the stock trucking from the Wilson & Company Wehrspann low, and and Mrs Clarence Bauer, travel. Ole Knutson, father of Harley Knutson, died Saturday. Funeral services we're held for him Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church at Bradgate. Music Contest, Lakofa School, This Weekend Lakofa — Final preparations are being made for the state contest for solos and small ensembles to be held at the Lakota school April 14 and 15. Fifteen schools to be represented here are Burt, Carpenter, Cylinder Fertile, Grafton, Klemme, Lakota, Ledyard, LuVerne, Mallard, Rake, Ringsted, Rodman, Terril and Whittemore. The contest will be from 5 until 9 Friday evening and from 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 on Saturday. The public is welcome to attend the Richard Ferstl home. They also Visited other relatives and friends. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Oltosen — Nicholas Jon Frohling, son of the Mike Frohlings was baptized by Rev. Paul Stevens at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at, the Frohlings after the services were Mr and Mrs John H. Tapper and Mr and Mrs John T. Tapper and family of Kamrar, Mr and Mrs Weldon Tapper and family of Webster City and Mr and Mrs Jay McCollugh ana family of Blairsburg. The group also celebrated four birthdays, those of Jancl and Slevic Frohling, Scott Tapper and Camille McCollugh. Mr and Mrs Elmer Larson, Joel and Marlys and Brian Hundertmark of Genoa, Colo, visited the Albert Thorsiins from Thursday until Saturday. Saturday they were all breakfast guests of Mrs W. E. Hundertmark at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford entertained the anniversary group at a 500 party Thursday cvon- nig. Mrs Eugene Hofius and Mike Coyle had high scores, Mrs Mike Coyle and Edward Zinnel, second high and Mrs Hofius had travel. Mr and Mru Duane Kropf and children of Atlantic stopped Sunday at the Sam Krppf home. They had been to Wallingford to get their children, who had been there a week. Roger Wehrspann, Peter Oppedahl, and Puul Kampen visited with the Henry Kampens and with college friends at Cedar Falls this week end. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and Patty attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Paul Westphal at the Lutheran church at Worthington. Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Antonc Waechter went to Illinois over the weekend. Saturday they attended the wedding of a niece, Judy Duhl- hauser, at Huntley, 111. Mr and Mrs Melvin Elliny.son spent the week end at Concord, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Eldon The band room and the study hall of the ; school will bfc used for instrumental centers and the old study hall and the vocal music room will be used for vocal centers. Lakota students entering vocal solos are Roberta Addy, Clare Barrett, Albert Becker, Charold Barrett, Larry Becker, Carmen Cook, Barrel Clabaugh, Dean Christ, Wallace Christ, Susan Ei chorn, Paul Geilenfeldt, Ken Gerzema, Marvin Heidecker, Linda Koppen and Carolyn Ley. Vocal groups to be entered are the girls sextet, boys double quartet, mixed double quartet boys quartet, Kenneth Jensen is the vocal music instructor. Instrumental solos are to be given by Clare Barrett, Roberta Addy, Albert Becker, Charold Barrett, Beverly Cushman, Carmen Cook, Darrel Clabaugh, Dean Christ, Caroline Groff, Marilyn Rippentrop. Donna Paulsen, David Sleper, Janice Thompson, Patsy Tjaden, Derald Goctz, Cheryl Rao Anderson, Dale Koppen, Jean Miller and Marvin Kip- pentrop. Caroline Groff will play a piano solo. Instrumental groups entered are mixed clarinet quartet, saxaphone quartet, woodwind ensenble, soprano clarinet :rio, woodwind choir and brass choir. V. A, Barrett is the band nstructor. Accompanist for the solos and groups are V. A. Barrett, Mrs Deim, Marilyn Rippentrop, Caroline Groff and Maxine Clayton Science Grant Jerry McMullen, Lakota coach and science teacher, has been offered a National Science Foundation Research Participation Grant tor the bummer of 1961 at Iowa State University ut Ames. Mr McMullen plans to start the nine wfek course June 12. yards in Lakota. .Robert Thompson, who was . formerly associated with his father will continue to operate his two trucks in buying and trucking cattle. Now In Germany Army Pvt. Eldon Thbmpson. 23, son of Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson of Lakota, recently arrived in Germany and is now a member of the 53rd Engineer Co. Thompson, a diesel engine re- pah- specialist in the company in Dachau, entered the Army last September and completed basic training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. He attended Lakota high school and Was employed by Mbrtenson Implement Company in Swea City before entering the Army. The Esther and Mary group of St. Paul's Lutheran church women met Wednesday. Hostesses for the Esther group were Agnes Christ, Ella Addy and Kate Steenhard. Metz Sleper conducted the devotions. Leona Christ ?ave the topic. Hostesses for, the Mary group .were Jennie Blbme, Emma Bierstedt, Anna and Joyce Blonle. Devoti&ns werj contfuct ed by Ottilia Stetoel. J«yCe Wen tworth gftve the topic, fh« firiS sextet 6f the local school sang for both groups,, accorripflnfed oy Marilyn fiippehtfop. Rdbert Ad* dy sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs Diem. Four younf people ffom-ihe Presbyteriah Church and their adviser, Mrs Haflah Kruse, at* tended a workshoto at the Presb* yterian Chufch, Mas6«'City Suii* day afternoon and evening. Those attending we're ,Botf-> Hamilton, Glare flarrett, Car'men Cook ahd Janfel Smith. Mrs Lena Sehwfifi, tArS Bertha Trump, Mrs Dick Spear, Hannah Heetland, Mrs Nick Koppen, Mrs Lena Bosma, Mrs Rufus Olthoff, Mrs Amelia Koppen, Mrs P. C. Gielenfeldt, Mrs Hibner Hanson, Mrs Lena Poppe, Mrs Otto Engelbarts, Frauke Schadendorf, Mr and Mrs Radig and sons of'LOhe Rock, Mrs Fred'Mabus, Mrs Hugh Lewis, Laura Penny, Mrs Catherine Sachs, Mrs Vera Blome and Mrs Ted Vera and Mrs Frank Vera of Algona were Friday callers at the home of Rose Rahm- stock to help her celebrate her oirthday. The Blue Jays Garden Club of Lakota met Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home of Nyla Hertzke.' Mrs John Cook, Lakota Easter Seal Chairman, would like to thank all who contributed to make the Easter Seal Drive a success. She reports that $125 was collected. Mrs Henry darken. Mrs Eddie Brass and Mrs Alfred Christ were hostesses to the Lakota Band Mothers Monday evening. Mrs A. C. Schissel; Lakota Red Cross Chairman, reports that Lakota has exceeded its goal for this year. The goal was $180.00,. and the, amount contributed was $211.2.5. The Acorn Club met Thursday at the Luthern parish hall with Mrs C. F. Enneberg as hostess. Mrs Don Boyd presented the | TUBELESS NYLON "500" TIRES World Famous High Speed Tire' 6.70-15 black.' Plus tax and tire off your ear regardless o4 coAdttlo*" 27-MONTH Road Hazard Guarantee Firestone s .superior quality {allows us to give you a guarantee against tire failure from blowouts, cuts, bruises or breaks caused by normal ROAD HAZARDS encountered in everyday drivine... PLUS our famous Lifetime Guarantee. »vui»... _ _ _____ __ | Every New Firestone Tire is GUARANTEED' & J- Against defects in workmanship and materials for the y life of the original tread. & 2. Against normal road hazards (except repairable punc- £ tures) encountered in everyday driving for the number of S months specified. Under these guarantees repairs are made § without charge, replacements are pro-rated on tread wear y and based on list pri ^& f ^^^- prices current at time of adjustment MARTIN OIL, INC. Firestone Distributors AVAILABLE AT Fenton CHARLIE'S D-X — ED'S D-X Algona - WAGNER D-X Algona OPSAL'S D-X Swea City DUTCH'S D-X Whittemore ELBERT'S D-X LuVerne .Eastef terdgram. She shawed slidfs. MrXJohft CooMiid merf Gam SI, 6y Mr* Syl Wagner j 6; ^chiliuacher Idtt ; plane from Fort to be Blase, whd will undergo eye sur' gery Wednesday. Rev. Rfiter 1 Angeles, Cal,, FatKei 'Cseph's.parish. t *;,,, VM* 'and Mrs are parents 6f a son bom iivSt; Ann hospital at Algona April 8. The makes ifive boys in the Dangelsef fjBhiiy.' • ., f *<f ;' , Betty - Wagner and i Patricia .Wflgner left Saturday" fttf a visit with Mi* and Mrs Bob Anderson at LansiHg, -Mich. Mrs Anderson Is; the former Elaine Wagner of here. J Francis Bormann,) son of Mr and Mrs John fiormann. is home 'on furlough, Having ,' completed j^_._f._^ ._, ._.„£ . ..... -..,„ ... ...AJL i .t.^£, . .J/ i d 'uring his basic Ifajflifig at Fort Leo* - nard.Wood.Md,'.''.''i Mrs fleift»ld Mi, entertained het 600 Club KMfoyeVlhlng With Mrs FioMrin Fflber &&' a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Edwin Thilges, Mrs MaUrie'e Reding; and Mrs Fiorfflfl Fabfef.'Mrs Leonard McQuire entertains the club Apr, 27, High or low blood pressure may be a temporary thing caused by too much activity, excitment, worry, mental or emotional strain—bu't it may be the sign of a serious condition. Let your doc* tor decide. 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A short program will be given at 2:30 p.m. Confirmation Party A reception for the newly confirmed of St. Paul's Lutheran was held Monday evening in the larish hull under the sponsorship if the Luther League. Patty Mayne conducted devotions. Lin- FIRST in Landscape Design FIRST in Choici of Plant Material in tha Largest Stock of Landscape and Shrubbery in the Northwest W«r«li,Mit-l57 .NURSERY SSI S fS; ELMQRE, MINN. APPOINTMENT WHEN THE PHONE RINGS, DO YOU RUK°REACH? t < «*. j *. / s,.i* ,t. * * .. *,. .'. TT7T. "-"" ^Br No need to, drop everyv thing and sprint to answer the phone * *, Handy color phones in kitchen, basement, bedroom save steps! Choose from 3 colorful phone styles to enjoy convenient extension service; SPACE.SAVING WALL PHONES come in eight delightful colors. TABLE PHONES in nine colors, NEW PRINCESS ORDER, call the North- PHONE in fi?f *•«*»•»busingsoM* color* ~° r 8Sh «y»vi?» , man,

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