The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
Page 19
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I Jinan Of Bancroft Is Engaged To Wed Bancroft -f- Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman have announced the engagement', and forthcoming marri&ge' pf their daughter, Donna Jeary shown here, to'Le- land Derner, Chicago, son of Mr end Mrs G.sA. Derner, Whittemore. * •'."• The wedding will be in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, June 19. Miss Bergman, R. N., and Mr Derner are employed at Cnicago. Miss Bergman and Mr Derner were home for a weekend visit at the Laurence Bergman home. Leland "visited his parents at Whittemore"., ; They attended, the Kirsch -' yErp'elding wedding at Algpna.'Saturday. : l LTD M Engraving)' . ; ..•'•• •,•// "• ' • Mr and Mrs BrUrto Kortes and Roxann visited with her parents, the Earnest Jergusons in Northern Minnesota ' 'ovfer the weekend. Angle and 'Steven returned home after a' three week yjsit with their grandparents. 4 Mrs Palmer Jensen entertained a group of ladies at a coffee tiarty • Wednesday evening at hei Irpine. Mrs'JoHri Bauer 'entertained a" group of ladies at a coffee party at her hom^ Thuisday,;e.yening, .". The senior, •class "at" St/ Jbfln's" Went to Ames Friday where they enjoyed skip''. <jlay. t •••'•> _<• •,'• '• •-; Ci Jvarfin. Scniltz, who.js attending beauty ;SchQ f oliat Mankatp, ,spent; ithe 'weekdnd with'her 'parents, Mr and Mrs Marlon Schiltz. Dint ner guests at the •Sphiltz. home Sunday in honor of the' birthday oflKenneth were Diqk Oogley and Jack Storlw • . j - '..:..' ««v>'4 Bergman home Sunday were Mr and Mrs 'C. A. Derner, Tom and Joan, Whititemore, Leland Derner and Donna Bergman, Chicago, P^tty Dolan and Duane McCleish. Afternoon and evening guests ' were Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss,' Kriaty McGuire, Jackie Lynch, Mankato, Kay Menke, Dennis McCleish and Marvin Becker. . • '. '' .•' •':.'. Edmundf Elbert Underwent s'Uf" gery last Wednesday in St Ann hospital at Algona. Elsie Ostwald had her tonsils and adenoids removed in Lutrn eran hospital'at Fort Dodge .last week Tuesday. Henry W. Schultz entered St. Anft' hospital at Alg6na Friday and was released Saturday afternoon. He .was a .medical patient. Servicemen • • • William H; Hehtges, machinist mate fireman USN, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Hentges 01 Whittemore, is serving aboard the destroyer USS WT o r 10 n, operating with tne seventh fleei in the Pacific. Paul J. Elbert,.airman apprentice USN, son'of Claifertce Elbert of Wluttemor.e, -was; graduated from Aviation Machinist's Mate School at the naval air technical training center at Memphis, Tenh. He. will 'now be transfered to Norfolk, Virginia, from where He will be assigned permanent duty. John. M. .Christenson, seaman USN, son of Mr and Mrs Merton Christenson of Whittemore, was recently promoted to his present rate while serving aboard' the guided missile frigate, USS Malian, operating, out .of San Fran- ciscp, Cal. Dorothy Kunz To Wed July 15 Qufnn", ttenry tietnan, 'Minnie Mrs Frank fcreyer of Lbfte Roclf tal Gardens." TTie banquet was Creyer, Joe Culburtseon, P,aul Elgter," Ida Dreyer, Art Krause, Duaile'Dreyer, Ruben Luedtkej Harry Haase, Paul Voigt, Eldorl Hantelrtian. -Ed Mitchell, Old Norland, Ray Dreyer, Robert KfauSe, Marvin Luedtke, Herber^ Krause and Lloyd Sundae. Judy Ann Juhl will be married to David Dreyer/ son of Mr and June 11 at the Lutheran church in .Depew. Judy Ann is the daughter of, Mr and Mrs Arnold^ Juhl of Ferlton. . ' Seniral Pfont '• . The Junior Senior Prom of Sentral high school was held Friday evening, May 5, at 6:30 p.m, Theme for the prom Was "Orien served bv the Sentral Bandmoth- ers. Master of ceremonies Was Jane Dreyer. Tho girls trio, Susart ^Montgomery, Jeanan Sjwiefel and Marjorie Johnson «sang, accompanied by Muriel Nordhie, Bon- *nJe Potratz, Linda Janet Walker. Tomhnson The girls, Jeanan Zwiefel, Marjorie John- Thursday, May 11, 1961 Algona (la..) Uppef De» son and Linda Tomlinson sang, The welcome was Barbara Tomlinson Peterson gave the given by and Dick thank you. The class prophecy was given by Loveda Kohlwes and the class will and testament was given by Janice Hannover. The address was given by Richard Winters «4ikyi W HI 1V,V TT CM-IK *vJ, I * !**» O •**•' '"•»"• O ' *» - - - ^ . j quartet, Susatt Montgomery,There were 33 seniors and 3b juniors attending the Prom. Mothers Day Tea The Presbyterian Women's Ladies Aid gave a Mother's Day Tea Thursday. There were 50 members and guests present, Devotions were led by Mrs Art Person, Mrs Dennis Priebe gave a talk and Mrs Milt&n Madison gnve 9 skit'. Prizes were given to youngest mother, Mrs Garry 1 Householder, mother from the greatest distance, Mrs Herman Kramer of West Bend, mother w!,th most guests, Mrs Dave Weber,' most grandchildren, Mrs A. £>. Newbrough. .« Announcement -is , made of the engagement pi Miss " Dorothy 1 Kunz of Curlew, above, former: SraduErte of JSt! ,'Ce'ceiia's' J Ac^d-- pqiy^ ^> CarroH ;E. Bou"chardy,spn' o'fMr'and Mi's CariplliP., SpiMh-- ard of Grand Junction,' Iowa. The 1 wedding will take place July 15 _ 'at St/-Mary's' Hall' in Mallard,: g (UDM Engraving) = tONEROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder • ' • Guests Surprise Birthday Hosts At Whittemore Whitlemore — A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Gerald Oflom o£ Algona gathered at their home 'luesday evening to celebrate ' Mr Ollom's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Haymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr mid Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mi- and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorr olhy, Rosendahl, Daniel and Kay Frances of here and Rosella Voigt of ALgQna. 5QP was played, Brian EsfRi and Mrs Herman Voigt, winning high; Raymond Voigt and Mrs Milton Espe, low; and Herman Voigt, travel. Mrs George Streit was pleasantly surprised Friday • night when a group of relatives came to her home to celebrate: her birthday. Guests were Paul Streit of Collegeville, Minn. Rita Streit of Rossie, Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit and Family, Mrs Raymond Berte and Mrs Cletus Streit and family of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Gerald Streit and daughter, Vivian of Algpna, Mi- and, Mrs Edward StreiJ, pd,.daughter tori Ann, and Mr and Mrs Maryin Erpelding and family of here. £. lunch was served later m the evening, which was brought by the guests. <"\ • ' • Kerry Fleming, daughter o£ Mr and Mrs Robert Fleming, was Honored at a farewell party at the Francis Crotty home Sunday gfternoon. Joanne and Jeanne Crotty were hostesses. Guests were girl classmates of Kerry and her sister Jayne. The Flemings will move to Fort Dodge in §ie near future. ' Mrs Anna Dau was honored at a pot-luck supper Sunday night m honpr of her birthday. The guests included her immediate femily, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs' Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zu- ipach, Mr-and Mrs Wilbur Roe- |er and fpPJily, ¥»' *»* Mrs Msl- YJn Roebgr an4 son David afld Mr and Mrs Vw|W Dau and son |ee of her*, Mr and Mrs Frank Jcrgens and family of West Bend, Hospital Report Louis Braatz returned home fridsy from ynj,ysffsit,y Hospital at lows City Where he" had been to Juhl Honored. '•»'•-•.•:, A miscellaneous shower was held for Judy Ann Juhl. at the 'Lutheran' church in Fenton May 2, ••' ••''.'' . •' Mrs "Howard Krause announced the program and presented the bride, brides mother and grandmother • with corsages. Bellone and Dawson Juhl. presented; .a duet. Mrs Robert- Krause gave reading, Mrs Bill Marlow and Laurie sang and Jane Dreyer' ;ave a piano solo, Judy Ann was assisted opening the gifts by Foye Hantelman, Mrs Stanley. Berkland, Joann and Jane Dreyer and . Bethene. Juhl. Judy Voigt was in charge of the »uest book, Hostesses were Mesdames Walter DackcSn, Darrel Dreyer, Larry Alt, Leo Schmidt, Ben Schmidt, Art Baker, Clinton Rath, Ralph Bierstedt, Marvin Kueck, Glair Bellinger, Lorenz ' Geitzenauer, Ervin Wetzel, Art Priebe, Wai- tor Krause, Fred Schmidt, Leo Ramus, .Howard Krause, Orville Gardner, Merwin Marlow, Jack KOWA STATE John Dorweiler Sand & Gravel WEST BEND, IOWA READY-MIX CONCRETE SCHAFER'SU-SAVE STORE WEST BEND, IOWA Always A Home Town Booster WEST BEND ELEVATOR OF WEST BEND Our Senior Class — One Of The Best We Salute The West Bend High Class of 1961 WEST AUTO CO. RAMBLER SALES & SERVICE WE DEAL RIGHT I THE ABOVE SPONSORS OF THE WEST BEND PICTURES ARE PROUD OF THE CLASS OF 1961 HARDWA CUUEN

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