The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Jeanne Balk Of Algona Is Wed On June U Jeanne Jo Balk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balk of Algona, became the bride of Leonard John Frochlich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich of at. Benedict, in a ceremony June M in St. Benedict's Catholic church. Father Ruba officiated at tin ceremony. Mrs. Robert Elschci Was organist and the girls' choii sang. Ronald Arndorfer, Michae' Froehlich, Oscar Froehlich an<? John Roeder were acolytes. Patricia Bleich was maid o! honor and Marilyn Froehlich bridesmaid. Pamela Green war • flower girl. Dick Balk was best man and Paul Froehlich, groomsman. Carl Froehlich and Pau' ( Seller ushered and Dennis Green was ring bearer. The bride, given jn marriagi by her father, wore a floor, length gown of silk organza ove! nylon net and taffeta. It had i scooped neckline with set-in ap plique of lace covered with sequins. The full skirt featurer lace appliques with sequins. Hei shoulder-length veil was held ir place by a sparkling crown, o crystal. Her flowers were a colonial style bouquet of white and orchid carnations , w i 11 shower ribbons attached and i removable orchid in the center A dinner and reception for 12fc gueslsi was held at the Plantation Ballroom. Trudy Olsen was in .charge of the guest book; Mrs Grover Foote and Mrs. Kenneth Grein poured and Mrs. Cecil Anderson and Mrs. Clarence Ort- haus cut the cake. Mrs. Lewis Erickson served the punch and Jane and Joan Orthaus opened the gifts. The k ricje '? a 1961 graduate Kof Garrigan high school and the Bridegroom was graduated fron cuiss of 1958 and is farming. 'Mr. and Mrs. Froehlich left by plane for a two week wedding trip at Ketchikan, Alaska., and will be at home in Wesley when they return. •BURT By Mrs Al Hinekley Supt. and Mrs. Harold Martin and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher attended * 'tlie'•'Na'tltinal " EducatM? Association Convention at Atlantic City. Supt. Martin attended as a delegate from the Kossuth courvty classroom teachers and the N.E.A. membership committee. Mr." and' Mrs. Robert Voight, Jr. and family of Layton, Utah returned to their home after an extended visit at the parenta,! Robert Voight, Sr. home ana with his sister and family, the Merwyn Cunninghams. Larry Hinckley and Harold Batt returned the first of the week to their work at Rapid City, S. D., after enjoying their vacations at the parental A! Hinckley and Bill Batt homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook and family, Muscatine, visited from Wednesday until Tuesday morning at the Merwyh Cunningham and Bob Voight homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carman San Antonio, Texas, became tlu parents of their first child, a son. The little lad weighed in at 7 Ibs and 2 ozs. and was born July 4, The grandparents arc Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter, Bur: and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carman Algona. Mrs. Jerry German it the former Ann Lichter. Mrs Lichter left for San Antonio Thursday to be with her daughter for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward were hosts in their home ovei the Fourth. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and family, Hazelcrest, 111., Mr. and Mrs Eugene Steward, Minneapolis Roger Steward, Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and family Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent the weekend at Armour S. D., with relatives. While there they also attended the Diamond Jubilee Celebration at Armoui and the 1st reunion in 30 year; of Mr. Hinckley's graduating class. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Samek and Cheryl moved to their new home at Floyd Wednesday. On Thurs day the Rev. Bohi and family from Havelock moved into thi- local parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyers, Ra cine. Wise, visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the Don Mitchell homo. On Sunday, the Mitch ells und Meyers drove to Rochester and spent the day with Norman at St. Marys hospital. Mrs AJeyers is the former BetU Mitchell. PLANT In the yard qf Mr. and Mrs J D. Fie tc of Storm Lake there is an (.'(.-centric looking plant resembling an own?rown onion Its reufnamc is "tfiant allium It is a species of the onion fan ji v and it grew from >a bulb about six inches in diameter obtained from a nursery in a surprise package." ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kinseh from Orange City spent the weekend here in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tony Weydert and family. They also attended the Weydert family reunion here Sunday. The Berte families are enter- MVBenVaniita and Sister M« Deotilla from Mt. St. Francis Cortveiit, Dubu^ue. The visitors are sisters of Elizabeth, Al- phbnse, Nick, John and Joseph Berte. The Math Zeimet family were hosts Sunday to the Weydert family reunion held in the St. Joe K.C. Hall with 105 attending. Mrs. Leo Friders, Minnie ana Ada Schick all from Algona, and Mrs. Fred Mueller and Susio from Blissfield, Mich, were vis- taining and enjoying a visit, this itors Wednesday here with Mrs. week from Sister M. B6navitu, Adeline Wagner and family. Mrs. Mueller was A classmate of MfS. Wagner's. Bobby Simmoris from Apache, Okla. is here visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. and, Mrs. Alvin Erpelding and family. Mr. and Mrs. .Clarence (Pete; Werling spent the Weekend fishing on the Mississippi River. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Jr. are parents of n daughter born July 0 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes three girls and two hovs in the Thilges family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr. are the paternal grandparents and are coring for their grandchildren. Dave Falconer from Hopkinton was <a visitor here last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet end family. Math Zeimet from here and his sisters, Mrs. Anna Zeimet of Algona and Mrs. Lena Kemfca from Bancroft returned last week from several week's visit with relatives in Montana and •also attended the wedding June 17 of Mr. Zeimel's grandson Darrell Friders, son of Mrs. Ed Andrelinas of Medicine Lake, Montana, and the late Prosper Fnaers of here. LOCALS Mr. and M«. Lyle Riedlnger and sons, Dan, Randy and Ricky spent the- July (Fourth weekend at Marysville, Mo. with Mrs. Riedinger's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. J. G. Strong. Mr. Riedinger returned home but the others went to Kansas City Mo., to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Strong. —o— Mrs. Imelda Engesscr and son Dan drove to Mankato, Minn., Sunday and visited with an aunt, Mrs. Sylvester Kennedy. They fhursdoy, July 13, 1961 Mgona (la.) Upper De«.Molne«-3 were also at St. James, Minn., to visit with an uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Jake Glasier and stopped in Bancroft to call on Dan's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Engesser. Algona Heboknhs went io Clear Lake Sunday for the annual picnic at the I. O. O. F. Childrens and Old Peoples' home. Attending were Mrs. Margaret Reid, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Mrs. Harriet Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool, Mrs. Lennea Heisrodt aikl Mrs. Esther Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rents had as their guests recently thet|| daughters and sons-in-law, ME, and Mrs. Cecil Steward of Haz- elcresl, til. and Mr. and Mrs.! Norman Hanovik of St. Paul and their children. The Stewards also visited at the parental Walter! Steward home at Hurt. Ronnio Steward returned to St. Paul ( with the Haneviks for a visit, there. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT i>~ . A W W : T i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" ... ^^^^BBmH^^^ w LIBBY'S CORN 303 SIZE CANS LIBBY'S PORK & BEANS M 21/2 SIZE tiS&ihmc 2'/ 2 SIZE CANS LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE 29 46 OZ. OAK IIBBY'S PEARS 303 SIZE CANS LIBBY'S SLICED PEACHES 5 303 SIZE CANS 98 LIBBY'S 3 RIPE OLIVES 98 ,TALL CANS LIBBY'S BEEF STEW 24 Oz. 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