The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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Kueck - Bee*, Karen Kueck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Marvin Kueck,. £,one Rock, became the bride of Robert R. Beer, son of Mrs.. Ethel Beer and the late R. E. Beer, Corwith, in a ceremony performed Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. in Good Hope Methodist church. Rev. Routh performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. "Jim Dodds accompanied Toni Angus, solo ist. Attending the bride were Jan Brerst'edt as maid of honor and Linda Nail, bridesmaid. Best man was Sam Nail, groomsman Duane- Price, and ushers were Duane Dittmer and Tim Devine. The bride wore a gown of pure silk organza with an oval neckline accented by a double row of silk organza leaf appli- ques. The gown featured delicately shirred shbrt sleeves and^a basque ; waistline. Embroidered* rose appliques were sprinkled off the very full skirt, and the bri-' dal button back had lavish French poufs which extended into >a chapel Irain. An orange blossom headpiece secured the bridal veil of imported silk illusion. The bride carried a bou- quet of an orchid with a yellow throat'and White carnations with yellow-sweetheart roses. A reception was held in the church parlors for 150 guests Linda Larson had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Ed Nail and Mrs. Morris Devine cut the cake. Mrs. John Orvick and Mrs. Sam Orvick poured! Gifts were in charge of Carol Wittkopf, Marilyn Johannsen, Bat. Devine, Va- Lora Kueck and Linda Thompson.^ Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer was"" dining 'room hostess, Mrs. Harold Holmgren presided at the reception table and kitchen help included Mesdames Otto Harlan, Clarence Riebhoff, Leonard Dittmer, Roy Sarchet, Quinten Bjustrom, Arrie Dittmer. and James Knoll. .The bride is .a ; graduate o sentral high school;:;: attendee Iowa State University and41 presently employed at Druggist Mutual Insurance Ass'n;..Th rroom is a graduate of Corwith Wesley high school and is en laged in farming. Following a ivedding trip to the Black 1 Hills he couple is at home in Cor- vith. (Glenn's photo—UDM En- iraving) Olson-r-Schneider Nuptials. In a wedding ceremony performed Sept. 2 at the Methodisi church in Wells, Minn., Rutl Ann Olson, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Bert Olson of Wells, became the bride of Phil Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pam Schneider of Algona. The bride was attended by • Janet Olson as bridesmaid, tht bridegroom by Eldon- Moore us best man. Mrs. Richard Juhnke was organist, and Pat Schneider, sister of the bridegroom, was . soloist. A wedding reception followed the ceremony at the church, with 125 guests registering. After a week's wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple is now at home in Algona, where the bridegroom is employed. Party Hostess Mrs. Merrill Walker entertained at a party Monday evening. Guests were Mrs. Everett Anderson, Mrs, Elizabeth Bormann. Mrs. Mary Capesius, Mrs. Frank Capesius, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Helen Cameron, Mrs, Clem Erlander, Mrs. Milton Espe, Audrey Frye, Mrs. Vic Frideres, Mrs. Andrew Reding, Mrs. Louis Reding, Mrs. Ed Thilges, Mrs. Clara Walker, Mrs. J. B. Winkej end Mrs. E. J. Zender. The evening was spent socially. Riverdalo Club Meets Mrs. Dorothy Berte, with Lorett£ Thilges assisting, was hostess to 15 members of the Riverdale Friendly Club recently. A farewell party was planned Sept- 19 &"' °P Qi Barker, M'ary Capesius and Elizabeth GriU were on the entertainment committee. Five hundred was played, and Margaret Weydert and Arline Simon won prizes. Nexi regular meeting will be with Magdnline Zeller. Everyone is to bring a guest. Newcomers Meet Newcomers club met Sept. 5 a^ Vun's Cafe for dinne/ and cards. Charmaine Eickelberg won the door pri?e, Judy Everdsb high, bridge, and Maralyn Moon WSS. Wgh a* 500. Weds In Si. Louis Ina Jean Gaines whose mother-is the former Alice Zeigler ol Algona, and a sister of Willard and Wilbur Zeigler of here, became the bride of Douglas Dueker in a ceremony Sept. 2 at St. Louis, Mo. Fran Ziegler of Algona, cousin of the bride, was a bridesmaid. The bride is a graduate or tne University • of Illinois and a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, The bridegroom operates the firm of Dueker's Inc. Out-of- town guests also included the Willard Zeiglers, Algona, Mrs. James Fickbohn (Mabel Zeigler), Steven land Mary, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Myrna Simpson (Myrna Zeigler), Britt; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dobarganes (Merriam Zeigler), Richardson, Texas. Wed 49 YearP The forty-ninth wedding an niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar was observed Sunday, Sept. JO, and a family dinner was served. Present were Mr, and 'Mrs. John Rudisill, Woden, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Weishaar, Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter and Geraldine Weishaar, L,one Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weishaar, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jtalzer and the respective fam- lies. Sorority Meets The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 4 at Irene Elbert's. Shirley Wejlendorf gave the program. The unit is planning a rushing program in the near future, with Jan Troutman as chairman. The next meeting will be Sept. 19 at the home of Lois Furst. Jeff Stepbenson, 5 Mrs. Howard Stephenson gave a party Thursday, Sept. 7, in observance of the fifth birthday of her son Jeff. Guests were Jot- and Bill /Bernardo, Dean Kern. Billy Morck, Tim McGuire, Sally and Kyle Schattschneider The children were taken on a tour pf the Julie Baas farm and returned to the hpnpree's lor John PHiman, 7, Mrs. Clayton' Pittitian gave a earty Wedn&iiay > 'honoring"* the seventh birthday of her son, Jfihn. Guests were Tommy Burt, SC6U Buchanan, Chris and Cathy Kern, Diane LeVy,' Diane and Marcie Moen, Nancy Kolp, David Phillips, Mike Moulton, Rex Post. Jackie Taylor and the'hon- ofee's sister Jo Ellen..Mrs. Pittman Was asisted by Elaine Bruch. Games Were played ano refreshments served. Observes Birthday MiS and 1 Mrs. John Voss wert dinner guests Sunday of their granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson, Thomp^ son. The dinner was' given. In honor of Mrs. Larson's birthday, In the afternoon the i LalSdtts and the,-Vosse*'twenfc to Grfftal Lake and had supper With* Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, and" the daughter Ruth ,who Was hBtnt for the weekctid from' SrBad- lawns hospital, Des Moines. ; Kolps Are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. James KolpY-Jr. entertained the Couples Club Saturday evening. High score prizes were won by Russell Buchanan and Mrs. Ted Herbst. _ *j St. Cecelia's C.D.A. will have their first fall meeting, a seven o'ejock dinner this evening (Thursday) at the Academy hall. Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Mrs. Charles Beringer are co-chairmen of the- committee with Mrs. Lawrence Wlnkei, Mrs. Les'lrt Higley, Mrs. Walter Bradley, Mrs. Julius Winkel, Mrs. Bob Detrick, Mrs. John filler, Mrs. Gerald Carman, Mrs. Ed Goeckc, Mrs. Russell Hardgrove, Mrs. Richard Kain, Mrs. Bernard Kramer, Mrs. L. E. Linnnn, Mrs. Merle Moore, Mrs. Russell Pickell, Mrs. Virgil Roethlcr, Mrs. Alfred S,empn, Mrs. H. W, Ste- britz, Mrs. .Ralph Valentine and Mrs. Mamie Winkel. Double Birthday Mr. and Mrs, Dean Bilyeu en- tertained Mr. 'and Mrs. Willis Marshall at dinner Monday evening, an observance of thferbirth- days of-the Bilyeus and Mr. Marshall. Housawarmlng : ' Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and Mrs. William Bestenlehner arranged a surprise housewarming Wednesday evening for Mrs. John Claude who hns moved into the new home at 1720 East Lucas street. Three tables of bridge were in play. Attend Shower 1 Mrs. George McVay and Mrs. Harry Wray attended a bridal shower Thursday afternoon in Thursday, Sept. 14, 196 1 Algona .(lq.| Upper . the Trinity Lutheran church at Hunibdldt for NormalTjadert who is to be married to Gerald Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fisher, former residents litre. Women's Club The first meeting of the'F6d- erated Women's Club Of Algona will be held Monday, Sept. 1C at 7:30 with Mrs. N. W. Coughenour. who will have charge 61 the program "Musical Varieties.'' She will be assisted by Mrs. Glen Grahnm-. Kossuth Folks i •> V* Throe representatives of- the** Kossuth Miitual Iftsurartee 1 iWft-* will attend the 'annual agents^, conference of the Itiyva Mutual" Tornado IhsuraWs fAss'n iri 13<S* Moines, SepU 119420; / J They are Lola Scuffham, sec* rotary of the local associtition, . Robert Wallace and Patricia Metken. 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