The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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. • t > * '"> * ; ' > *' * j / • f -j" * • (la.) UppM- ftgj Motoet Newlyweds Are Honored By Ota Group Qflosan — Mr. and Mrs. Del. ' bert Wehrspann were given a re< ception at the Commercial Club at Ottosen Saturday, June .17 They were married June 10 at BrooklngS, S. D. Gloria foftebelrg presided at; the guest book, |in which 140 guests were registered. . • . '.."'•.'•' Mrs. Fred Kampen announced the program. She also introduc- "ed the bride and groom, the : bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Chaulsett and Mrs. Thay- ess Best of BrOokings, S.'D. Also introduced were the groom's grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. Mike Hinz, LUVeme. • The bride, Mrs. Chaulsett, Mrs. Wehrspann, Mrs. Mike Hinz aha Mrs. Fred Kampen were all given corsages. Dallas Tofteberg -and' Debbie Schultz sang, accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Schultz. Harlan and . Gloria Tofteberg played a piano duet. Edgar Meyer gave a history in verse ; of. Delbert an Shirley's life. •'•..,' „ Mrs. Robert-Block .was the reader while Mrs. • Abraham Ha begar of West : Bend and Mrs Martin Meyer acted out the hon ored. couple's trip to the moon Mrs. H. ..D. Bensort gave a reading. Felco Meeting two Kossuth County elevatb managers were among those at tending the Felco Lakes' Coil ference for managers of cooper atlve 'businesses. They are L. W. Oeftzenauer manager at Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs. Curtis Lura. Mr. Lura is manager at Fenton. The conference was held June 18-21 at Vacation Village, Okoboji. Helping with; the gifts were Elaine, .and Arlene Bratland, Gloria •• Tofteberg and Beverly Kartipen.' • . . Hostesses were Mrs. Kampen. Mrs. .Benson, Mrs. Merel Ludwig of Rutland, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Laurel i Worster, Mrs. , DeVere Newton, Mrs. H. J., Nielsen, Mrs. Gerald Shiflett of 'Humboldt, Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mrs. Ed Kemna,; Mrs. Melvin Ellingson, Mrs. .Donald Usher, Mrs. Sam Kropf, .Mrs. Kermit Fowler, Mrs. Leo Tofteberg, Mrs. Jacob Ryg, ;Mrs. Arthur Lovig, Mrs. Eai-J Long, Mrs. Torger Johnson, Mrs. Habegar of West Bend, Mrs. Robert Block, Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mrs. Howard Hellickson and Mrs. Melvin Bratland of Bode. Hold Car Wash The Luther League held a car wash, rummage sale ana candy and bake sale'at the Lutheran church Saturday afternoon, June 24. Lunches were served throughout the afternoon. A supper was served, the menu be ing potato salad, home bakec beans, hot chicken on home'made buns, relishes, . assorted . pies cookies, 1 coffee and milk. Five o the leaguers will attend the'con vention at Miami Beach, Flori da in August and the profits will go toward their expenses. Mrs. John Vinaas went to Mason City June 16, where she visited at the Waldo Smeby home Sunday, June 18 Cynthiu Lea Smeby was baptized at Trinity Lutheran church at Mason City Others attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. John Larson ami son of Newell. The John .Larsons were sponsors at the baptism. The Presbyterians enjoyed a dinner at the church Sunday honoring Harold Dain, formerly of Algona. Mr. Dain has been living m Calif. W. G. Cooper had surgery Thursday at the University ot Iowa hospital at Iowa City. Mrs. Cooper has been with him and their children have all been at Iowa City to see their father. Pvt. and Mrs. Loren Bakke and Karen of Ft Meade, Maryland visited Mrs. Bertha Jacobson Friday afternoon. They all called at the Louis Jacobsons, Ralph Jacobsons, James Jacobsons, ana at the Allan Wehrspanns. They were supper guests at the Wehr- spanns. In the evening all of Mrs. Jacobson's children and their families visited with the guests at her home. Rev. Bartelf Ordained At Tifonka June 18 Tilonka — Ordination services were held -Sunday, June 18, at :he Good Hope Lutheran church for'Merlin Howard Bartelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bartelt, Titonka. Rev. B. H. Schwerin. >astor of the church was ordina- or. He has been called by S Fohn and Immanuel Lutherai hurehes, Wausau, .Wise., wher he will be installed July 2. He was born June 17, 1935 in Titonkfl and was educated In area schols. He attended Wart burg College, Waverly, and grad uated in May, 1957. On June 2, 1956 he.was uniteo in marriage to Darlene Rathman Grand Mound, and "they are parents of one child, Sharon, years old. In the fall of 1957, he entered Wartburg 'Theological Seminary, Dubuque; He served his internship at St. Paul Lutheran church, Yorktown, Tex.,-and was graduated from Wartburg Seminary May 24, 1961 with a degree pi 3achelpr of Divinity. Dairy Days Big Hit At Lakota Lakota — More than 1200 cups of ice cream and 850. cartons of :hocolate milk were given away Tuesday and Wednesday,, June "4 and 15 at Dairy Days celebra- Corwifh Woman •"'..' ^:''' , • ' ••.'-.* ' Passes; Rites • Funefal services for Mrs, Mary Arend, 73, Corwith, wefo hclc Saturday, Juno 10, in St. Benedict Catholic church at St. Benedict, with Fr. Nicholas Ruba officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery and Hamilton Funertal Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were James and Luke Erpelding, Robert Arerid, Wayne Arftdorfer, Donald Preus- chl and Ronald Behounek. Mrs. Arend, lifelong resident of :his area, died Thursday morning, June 8, in St. Ann hospital lere. Mary Besch, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Peter Besch, was born Aug. 3, 1887, at Whittemore. She was later married to Casper Er- jelding, who died in 1923. She va's married to John Arend, St. Jenedict, and they retired from 'arming .in 1951 and moved to Corwith. Mr. Arend died in Jan- iary this year. She .is survived by three sons lylvester and Francis Erpelding pth of St. Joe, William Erpel- ing, LuVerne; '.two daughters Katherine (Mrs. Paul Behounek)' ftfe* . Tft She caJtfed ft fcottrjuefdi' roses. • i Corrine Ripneritrop Was maid of honor;- ' Marilyn, 'Ripjslhtr«Jtj was bridesmaid, besf ffiatf was Charles Afhi8trfoftg ShdHh'etothef attendant was Roger BbhT 6f Ma* son City. Us' pentrop and A reception was helE TrF'thft church basement for about 76 guests.. Kathy Peterson- -had charge 6f the .gift's. >MtS. 6. M, Rippentrop* and Mrs. La'wrence Wirtjes cut and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were Sahi dra Koppen and Janice Th'omp son. Kitchen hostesses'were" Mrs George Ennen, Mrs. Roriald Holland, Mrs. Earl Thompson ant Mrs. Robert Ruby. For the wedding trip to north, ern Minn, the bride wore a black and white dress with white as* sessories. The couple will live in Buffalo Center. ;jon. Twenty-five men entered the horseshoe contest on- Wednesday afternoon and Elmer Koppen won 7 irst.' . . The town ladies won the nail driving contestt'with the Country ladies • 'Wednesday evening. Each lady on the winning ^team was given a hammer. Members of the losing team were each' pre- sentee) a sack of nails. On the town team were Mrs. Darwi Meyer (who was the only on on either team , to get her na pounded down), Mrs. Ray Krom inga, Mrs. P; C. Geilenfeldt, Mrs Vincent Miller,' and Mrs. Ear Paulson. Ladies on the countrj team were Mrs. Ronald Heetlanc Mrs. • Albert Sleper, Mrs. Elme Paulsen, Mrs. Walter Haler and Mrs. Robert Ruby. Biggest attraction of the cele bration was the dunking machim operated by the Lakota Com munity Club. Lakotans taking turns being dunked Tuesday evening were Dr. I. G. Grofl Bud Miller, Jim Meurer, Keith Sunde, Bill Hanken, Don Boyo and Lament Junkermeier. Those deserving credit Wednesday evening for braving the cold weather and being dunked in cold water were Jake Peterson, Kent Gerzema, Paul Kockler, Davio Ley, Burdette Hoeppner, Louis Price, Paul Geilenfeldt, Larry Becker, John Cook, Clare Barrett, Charles Perrin and Don Boyd. Brenda and Bonnie Jacobson, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson attended the Twins Club Convention at Fort Dodge on Saturday, June 17. They received first prize in the age group from 6-12 as being the most identical. There were over 20 sets of twins competing in this age group. The following ladies from the Lutheran church attended an A.L.C.W. meeting at Badger Thursday, June 15: Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Merle Holt, Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs. Roy Enockson Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark, Mrs. Harold Mountain, Mrs. Melvin Ellingson, Mrs. Norman Helleseth, Mrs. Joe Traub, Mrs. Loren Daniel, and Mrs. Dorathy Engebritson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg took their son Harlan and other Boy Scouts from the Bode troop to Okoboji to attend camp Sunday, June 18. There were four carloads in the group. Arlis Kinseth is the Scoutmaster. Plum Creek Elite The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was heW at the Plum Creek Community Center on June 10. Kristie Young gave 9 talk and Peg Keith gave a demonstration. Audrey CJardner gave a report on, 4-H convention. Jacquelyn Lynch Wed At Bancroft Jacquelyn Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch, Mankato, Minn., became the bride of Marvon Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, Bancroft, in a double ring ceremony performed by Msgr. J. H. Schultes in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft at 10 a.m. Saturday. June 17. Ann Vogel was organist and the church choir sang. The bride, attired in a white silk gown, silk net veil and car- lying a bridal bouquet, was attended by Kathy Flarity and Mary Jo Flarity, bridesmaids. The best man was Dennis McCleish and Kenneth Bergman was groomsman. A wedding dinner was followed by a reception in the afternoon at the Legion club in Bancroft. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard high school and has been employed at Mankato. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. John's high school and is a carpenter The newlyweds will reside at Bancroft. Tubercle bacilli, which cause tuberculosis, may live outside the body for hours, or even days, and may eventually be breathed in by some person. MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling boxes. package*, drawing, rowking, etc. Varied colon. Upper DM Moine* Co., Algona. Hayfield, Minn., ' and Delores (Mrs. George Wennerberg), Des Moines; ten step-children; a sister, Mrs. Lena Fuhrman, Livermore; a brother, Nick Besch, IJiv- ermore; and 22 grandchildren. Marilyn Low man Woman Of Week At Davenport Marilyn LOwman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman, rural Algona, was named Woman oi the Week in the Davenport Democrat last Saturday. Miss Low- nan, physical education instruc- :or at Sudlow Junior High School in Davenport, is now attending summer school at the University of Colorado at Boulder where she expects to obtain her maser's degree. She graduated from Algona ligh School in 1953 and received ler degree in physical .education rom Iowa State Teachers Col- ejge, Cedar Falls, in 1957 V . She has .taught at Davenport since that time. As a hobby at Davenport, Marilyn has coached .basketball teams in the Park Board Intermediate Girls League anc has woi> the championship al four years—a record that woulc b^ _enyied by any coach. Miss Rippentrop Oflakonils Wed June 18 Lakota — 'Sandra Rippentrop daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L Bakken of Lakota, and Roberl Armstrong, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Royal Armstrong of Buffalo Center, were united in marriage Sunday, June 18, at the First. Presbyterian church. Rev. Harlan Kruse performed the 'double ring cere r mony. Carolyn Ley was organist and accompanied Rita Weringa who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her step father, F. L. Bakken. Her floor-length gown was Chontilly lace over satin. Sequins decorated the scalloped neckline and the long sleeves ended in a point at the wrist. The, dress had a 3-tier full skirt. The fingertip veil was attached to a crown of sequins and pearls. 2 Mishaps Here, No One Injured Two mishaps here June 10 resulted in a total of $950 property damage to vehicles involved. Fortunately, no personal ' injur* ies were reported, according tp police who investigated the crashes. • . .-': •At. 5:30 p.m.; autos;driven by Cleo,Black and Mildred Zeigler, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Oak, and Roan streets. At least $500 damage resulted to the autos. :• i At 8:25 p.m., cars driven by Larry Meyer, Woden, and Lois Groen, Algona collided at the intersection of State arid Phillips streets. Damage was estimated at $450 to the vehicles land Meyer was charged with failing to stop at a stop sign and paid a $10 fine and costs in -Mayor C< Shierk's court later. • J** : '**4w B- n A <*•? COVERAGE IT', .' > THIS IS YOUR ADVERTISING POTENTIAL - THIS IS YOUft TRADE TERRITORY-THIS IS "UPPER DES MOINES LAND' 1 -SOLlb, CpN|l$miT, WELCOMED, IN OVER 5000 TRADE TERRITORY HOMES EACH ISSUE 1 SALES BOOKS — Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona, NOW... for LOMEOWNERS INSURANCE PROTECTION THE packaged WAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, ih» Packaged Homeowntn plan •nablti you t»hav» only cn» policy .. .]onfy.: en* prtmium .. .'only en* agant... only on» Iniuranca eompany to Iniur* your dwelling, panonal affaeti and family activlfla't, ,' • .•'.-.• • , , Four polietai In ont> meant UM celt tool You get economy plui credit for'your prtffnf uneipired Iniuranca. 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