The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 16
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X^Mi'* Qa.) Uppff DM MolnM Thursday, Juno 8, 1961 And Readings ButJ — T?Me Btu-t Mariners met June 4 'at*Jhe church with 12 couples present. Devotions were given by Frank- and Virginia Beekeri The program was In charge of Goodwin and Grace Bergerud: sextet," Virginia Becker, Grace Bergerud,- Pahna , Holding, Evelyn Mawdsley, Marlene Stenzel, Marjorie Mawdsley: piano duet, Evelyn afld Marjorie Mawdsley; mens quartet, Johh Miller, Russell Patterson, Goodwin Bergerud, Rev. H. A. Smidt; hymns on the clarinet.. Russell Patterson and a poem. Ruth Patterson. Scripture by Duane Mawdsley; trio, Grate Bergerud, Palma Holding. Marjorie Mawdsley; hymns on the piano fcy Leonard Steftzel; hymn, Words and music by Dorothy Becker and sung by Dbrot% Becker an;d Evelyn Mawdsley; instrumental . group, jjtussell Patterson, Goodwin Ber^i gerud, Dorothy Becker, George Becker and Leonard Stenzel. Scripture, Rdscoe Mawdsley, Jr.; trio, Virginia Becker, Evelyn Mawdsley, Russell Patterson and ed quartet, Evelyn and Marjorie Mawdsley, Russell Pattterson and George Becker; 103 Psalm anc. the Lords - Prayer,' Mrs. H. A. Smidt. Lunoh .was in charge of Robert and Marine Angus arid.' R0|sc6r and Evelyn M&wdsiey. - Mr, idrid Mrs. Frel, Davis, ac* compftnied by hi^ tfiothen-Mfft, 1 Nancy Davis, "Laurens, attended graduation exercises at Halls* ville, Mo. on Thursday night Gene Bredkler, who is .a grandson of Mrs. Davis and &•} nephew Of Fred, was valedictorian of thr graduating class. He was award ed a scholarship to the University of Missouri at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson ant Larry Lynn were Tuesday guests at the Larry Holding home. • David Christertsen, son of Mr and Mrs. Jim Chnslensen, was One of 992 students, to receivb a degree at commencement ex ercises at Iowa State University. Ames Saturday. He received E bachelor of science degree HJ mechanical engineering. His parents and sister Betty Bea of Tulsa, pkla. attended graduation exercises. . fo^rs. Jack Gifford and children, Fort Dodge came Memorial and spent the remainder t>f the week visiting at th home of her parents, the Robert Moores and with other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Bearst spent Friday and Saturday calling on Burt friends. Rev. Bearsa also assisted in officiating at the funeral of Mrs. Herman Nietzel. The Bcarscs are former Burt residents. Rev. Bearse was pastor of the Methodist church from 1950-'55. Gary Lee Davis, Son of. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis was recently graduated from the Universal Trade School in Omaha, Nebr Garry Lee has' accepted a posi- |g^!iy*M!My/ii$^^ Thuente's Shower of Bargains Richard Hudnuf ENRICHED CREME SHAMPOO OR CREME RINSE CONDITIONER $1.00 VALUE 69c SAVE 31c CY 4-2528 ALGONA, IOWA Our "June Shower of Bargains" THE FAMOUS TORO MOWERS Engagement Of Decmnaludwig Announced Here Mr. and IVCrs. Vernell Ludwig Algona, • announce the engage* ment of their daughter, Deanne Patrice, shown here, to James Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Syl vester Thilges, West Bend. Mis Ludwig is a St. Cecelia graduate and is employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr Thilges' is a West Bend graduate and operates the Southside Re creation Parlor, West Bend. Thr wedding date has not been set. (UDM Engraving) ^ . ' , . * ..<•« fc^'te**-f>»v ,,; '&. ^ At St. Joe gi; joe -i Jearl honored tb a fW**- r r»r ? in 'St. Joseph's .hall Wiw 4? «. tives and friends.attending* Nof> ma and Eleanor Becker,^ sisters of the bride40tbe, 'ds§istedj with 1 fWte, gifts, -,: *, jifit^,; ,,V5j Senietit — :MT, and f AnagilSstakif' .announce thf' Tnd , apprbachih/^ ?tKelf. 'daughter, HeYetl, Kairffman, son of Mf.*>and Mrs? Russel Kauffman. of ,Swea City. Norton Machine ASK THE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ARE BLUE CROSS "SERVICE BENEFITS" IMPORTANT ? Blue Cross benefits have no dollar limits .... it pays all or most of your hospital bill. Blue Shield's realistic benefits help pay for hundreds of different types of operations. See or Write HERMAN KLEEN PALMER, IOWA (2324) tion at the Pontiac garage in Fairmont. , Richard L,avrenz left Tuesday from Mason City for Fort Riley» Kansas wnere he • will begin a three-year period of service in the United States Army. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and is-an enlistee. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell and Judy, accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Harold Atwell of Texas, left Wednesday for Eagle bake, Ontario, Canada, for 10 days of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tellier returned to their home: Thursday, after visiting for a /week with their daughter, Sharon, at Denver, Colo. Jerry McMullen left Saturday for Des Moines Where he is e counselor at Hawkeye Boys State. At the close of Boy's State. Jerry will .attend a session ol summer school at Iowa State University, having been awarded r Science .Scholarship. When he returns from summer school, Jerry will go to ia summer camp ir Wisconsin, where he will be counselor to a group of older boys. • • ' * ~ Mr. and Mrs/ Latfell Olsor>. Minneapolis became the parents of their first child, a son, born ir Minneapolis May 30, The lad weighed in. at 8 Ibs. 5 ounces and was named Jade. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson and Mrs. Helene Jentz, Fenton. Mrs. Clara Marlow is thq baby's great-grandmother. J. D. Andrews, Indianola arid Pamela Andrews of Des Moines visited from Thursday to'Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews. 13 members of the U.P.W. attended Guest Day at the Woden Presbyterian church June 2. Attending from Burt were the Mesdames Tom Trcnary, Jess Harms.; Donald Ringsdorf, Russell Patterson, Frank Becker, Charier Scott, Walter Sorenson, C. M. Gross, H. A. Smidt, Duane Mawdsley, Goodwin Bergerud, Earl Shiplcr, and Roy Ringsdorf. Darrell Miller, Bradgate, is visiting at the home of his grandparents, the Walter Stewards and is attending the Union Vacation Bible School at the schpol. Darrell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler, accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Westling, Fort Dodge arc spending this week at Lake Win- nebigosh near Bruincrd, Minn. Debbie, daughter of' Mr, and Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel, is back at her home after a couple of days in the hospital. Debbie fell frorr a tree in which she was playing and suffered a slight concussion Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd Dennis and Thomas of Shenan doah are visiting this week ai the home of her parents, J^r. and Mrs. Charles Scott. The 'Scotts entertained at dinner Sunday honoring the Lloyds and guest! besides the Lloyds were Mr. anr Mrs. Roger Scott and family aw' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley anc 1 Duane. drove to Sioux City Sun day. They were 'accompanied home by Carilyn, who completed her first year at Morningside Col lege. Chas. Scott, Dr. Eugene Lloyd Shc-nandoah, and Roger Scoti went to Atwater, Minn. Sunday for a few days fishing. Mrs. Roger Scott entertained a few friends and relatives at hei home Monday afternoon in honor of the 6lh birthday of he son, Don. Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Steward went to Iowa City Wednesday tc bring home their son, Perry, whr comnlctcd his first year at • thi' S.U.I. Rev. Arthur Campney, whr recently graduated from Drew University, delivered the sermon at the Methodist church Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Campney are visiting his parents the Walte> Campneys, until he receives hi.' pastorate at conference time. FISH~ Ed D u b o i s of Manchester caught a hefty twelve-pound catfish in the Mmqilokeu riyer He battled the lunker channel catfish in the Maquoketa river winning the struggle. fhe'afternoon .was' spent ing 500 -with Mrs. E; M. ... and Mrs. Clarence Bormarin te- ceiving.'prizes. Mrs. Peter Zeimet Deceived the door prize.. ^Following- the .cards- and sodftb lafter"-' noon, lunch was served, by the hostess. 'MisS Becker, ^datightei. of Mr, «nd Mrs. Joseph* Becker, will be the bride of'James Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur' Larsen of Humboldt, Saturday, June 10 in St.' Joseph's church}ift{' 9 o'clock. '» •' /!;? Rebecca Ann Bernhard, dau'ra; ter of Mr. and Mrs,'David Be'riP hard, was baptized Sunday, in' St. Joseph's church by Rev< Led 'C. Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. William Bernhard were sponsors.- • Mrs. Josephine Sonderman "of Omaha , ctiea ^allowing surgery Friday. Funti-al services for'Mrs; Sondermar. were held at Earung Tuesday. Mrs. Sonderman is 1 a sister ot Mrs. Jo'hn 'Bormann oi here.,. ; : . . .• ' ,.-..; • • " ;•'. ' Mn and Mrs. Ed aormann took their daugmer Alice Sue to Cen terville baturday where sne Will' spend the slimmer as an extension trainee. Miss Bormann, 1958 St. Johepn's hign school graduate attended Iowa State at Ames. .Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Cmcoine of Sioux City spent'the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Chicoine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ;Ed Bormann. .; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reding, art parents of their first child, a daughter born June 4 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer of Algons and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding of here are grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and Ronald, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arend of Algona attended commencement exercises at Loras College in Dubuque Sunday where a nephew, James J. Lichter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichter of Algona, received a bachelor 'of science degree. Art Kohlhaas returned home Saturday from St. Ann hospital where he had been a surgical pan tient the past week. City Honored The city of Algona has received an outstanding achievement certificate for having no traffic d>a'ths.;and for progressive accident prevention activities program, during 1960, according to a telegram received by Mayor C. C. Shierk during the weekend The National Safety Council made the award. De)K«u«immOf \June 25 at the,Gr$k OMhtfdd thurch in Salt Lake, ' * , .\ The bride-elect fs a 1958 grad, uate of Utah State University in Salt Lake City. She is .an elementary teacher in the .Mesa Verde elementary school in Cos ta Mesa. Delbert, who is a senioi at Long Beach State College. will receive his degree following one semester's work. He is a graduate of Seneca high school and spent several years in tin 'service. * . « Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg "and Raymond drove to Northfield, Minn., Tuesday where they imet their daughter Lois Who is attending St; • Olaf 'College an* 3 then drove on to Minneapolis where they 'visited with theii son, Llo.vd. The Blakjer, Lutheran church women held their aririual birthday party Thursday afternoon at the church with mesdames. Henry Wilberg, , Gaylord Olsen, Julian Cherland and Kenneth Hal- versoii 'as hostesses. Mrs. Martii: Wilberg had charge of the program, Mrs. Henry Looft led devotions, Mrs. Gaylord Olsen gavO a reading, Mrs. Ted Jensen presented a solo with Mrs. John Johannesen as accompanist. Mrs Odey Gherland gave a reading and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Mrs Linus Jensen sang a duet. The program closed with a pi'anp solo by Mrs. John J&hannesen.' Refreshments .were served. Guests iricluded Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn 01 Fenton and, Mrs. Wayne Nymar. of Bancroft. Seneca man, Everett Witham is in the Estherville hospital suffering from leg infection resultr ing from being trampled by i, cow some time "ago. V , The 1 Seneca Stars • held then May imeeting Monday afternoor at the home of Audrey Bergum Plans were made for the Mother?Tea -to be held June 26 at UK Francis Sullivan home. 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