The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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Miss Wilhelmi L2'-' 1 Bancroft —'Irf a Weddlrig cere mony preformed in, St.- John's Catho.lic church at 9:30 Sept, 2, Kar&ri Wilhelmi, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, became the brido of Chas. McMert- ney,son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McNerlney. Msgr..J. H. Schultes officiated. . i ; • ? f , • , Attending the iJricfe' were ivfrs. Roiie; Mary Coler; Joan WilHel- mi,'arid Mary jrlcleti'- Bauiir. the bridegroom's 'attendants were Mr, Coler, Tommy Wilhelmi and John Hatten. Susan Coler was flower girl and her brother, Danny, carried the ring. A dinner and reception- was held, at the Plantation ballroom, Whitlemorc. ' . ; * , ' \ :J< '.' • After a honeymoon, 1 th'e'y' wil) be at home on a farm near Bancroft.: Both are graduates of St r John's high school and the bride is a graduate of St. Joseph's school of. nursing, Omaha. The bridegroom has been farming for himself. Attend Wedding , Mr. and Mrs: Richard Menke and Mrs. Laurence Bergman attended the wedding of Patty Brennan, tormer class ,and roommate of their daughters at' Emmetsburg Saturday. Shower Horioree A shower honoring Betty Lensing was held Thursday evening at St. John's church. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ai Lensing will become the bride of Kenneth Frideres, 'Algona: The wedding is set for Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr spent Sunday with his parents, the Married In Double Wedding Herg Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Lawrence Heinsn and Mr and Mrs James Heinen who were ijaar- ried in a double wedding ceremony in St. Cecelia's, Catholic church, Aug. 29 with Msgr.'P.-P. .Gearen Officiating. Mrs Lawrence Heirien is the former: Kathryn Ann'Friders, daughter of Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders, Livermore, and Mrs James Heinen is the former Catherine Mary McCarthy, daughter of; Mr and Mrs Donald McCarthy, St. Benedict.. The grooms' 'are sons of'Mr and Mrs Ferman Heinen-, The James Heinens a'tfe ait home at dreat Lakes and the' Lawrence Hejnens are at home at Soult St. MaHe. .(Glenn's 'Studio Photo-—UDM Engraving) ;,'< V': ;'•-, "''/ •; : , ''•:'.•'.'t '' f ''.'.-'•'' : • ' : ' j Ed Immerfall attended the.Laitfie and Jackie, who had ing, as we will be showing pic-1 spent 10 days in the Becket Ben. Dorrs at St. Benedict. Mr. and- Mrs, Richard Menko took Kay Menke and' Priscilla Govern to Ames Sunday 'aftei spending the weekend at their homes. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Murphy and Johnny spent the weekend with' their mothers here, Mrs. Rose Murphy, Mrs. Kathryn Vaske , at the Arnold Schiltz home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold uSchiltz took their son Richard to - t>u- buque where he entered JLoras College! Richard L'ensing left this week for Cedar Falls where he entered college. Mrs. ,W. A. Lake, recently •101st .birthday. Jones . of Storm celebrated her Portland Twp By Mrs. Victor Fitch /']' The Portland Progress Club : will' meet Thursday, Sept. 21,.Jn the home of Mrs. Harold Becker. This will be an evening meet- tures. Mr. and Mrs. Donald of Denver, Colo, visitdd In. thfe Bernard and Chas. Phelps home from Thursday till Sunday morning. Mrs. Delyle is the former M-ary Ann Phelps, dnughtei of Rev. and Mrs. Willis Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Moore and family of' Dolliver were Friday evening visitors in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Sydelle and Cindy Lou Harms of Titonka spent from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon visiting Korene -and^Judy Fitcn. Mr. and Mrs. William Christensen and Debbie Were Tuesday evening visitors in the Wendell Christenscn home. Mrs. Lawrence Govern wcmt to Des Moines Saturday ana oack Sunday night. She weni down to be sponsor in baptism for a nephew, Carl Patrick Murphy. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs., Victor Fitch were Sunday evening visitors in the Ray Fitch home. '. Mr. arid Mrs.''Stanley,Ruse and Ler'oy went to Letts Friday night where they attended the > wedding of Mrs. Ruse's brother, Tommy Reid and lona Kemper of Muscatine. Leroy Ruse was ring bearer. The Ruses returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meinders : and boys' of fiuffalo Center were Sunday evening visitors in :the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and, Mr., and Mrs. Timer HEarms were Sunday afternoon visitors iri the George Hix home. The Fitchs were also Sunday afternoon: callers iri the , Arnold 'Danielsen home'. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman wer.e Sunday jdinnt* guests in the; home of; Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Tieman brothers in honor of Mr. Erickson's birthday. "No two 'things in the world are identical in every way. This is a miracle of God' and'a chal to man". .home. Mrs; Reding hnd a severe Thursday, Sept. 74, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Md!ne«-3 _ 50th wedding anniversary of his began their league bowling Tues- 1 " ,,« n i« ««*aum, Mr. and Mrs. Ed day night at Hawkeye' One's ! iri SEE & BUY OUR STORE THEM RIGHT OFF THE TRUCK IN FRONT, OF . . . . CIVIL WAR DAYS ! ORDER; Modtl RB31-W WE ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD BY ANYONE! ! THIS TRUCKLOAD MUST BE SOLD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. SO HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO GET YOUR QUALITY APPLIANCE AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS I M TWO HOTPOINT FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE ON HAND TO HELP YOU IN YOUR SELECTION. Fantastic Terms! LOW, lOW PRICES ! Highest Trade-in allowance! Full line of appliances to choose from, If you can't buy an appliance from this trucklpad sale — you can't buy it!! Come see for yourself Friday and Saturday. i^rB-P tffHH IP9 WPWBiPP UPPBB^^ W.^^^B ^^^W ^^W ^^^W ^^.^^^ IMHPVIIMI THI BIST PLACE IN ALGONA TO BUY FINE QUALITY HARDWARE - AT A SAVINGS I 44122 AL@©NA House Burns At Wesley; Part Of Fire School Wesley —-A fire-training pro', j'ect sponsored by the Weslev fire department was executed by representatives from the state extension fjre department, of the State University of Ames Thurs- Jiajr evening, Sept. 7. "'" ""^ The house in the east part of 'town vacated some years .ago by the Zietlau family was burn- fed. Falls From Horse • Linda, 13 year old daughter of the Rich Reilings, fell from 'a horse at their home Friday afternoon' and suffered ' a badly cut ieft hand from a coffee can that £he was carrying. She • is an 8th grader in St. Joseph's parochial school. The cut tendons, muscles and veins were cared for by Dr. Jongwaard in his office here. She went to school Monday. ' Sunday guests in the Mi's Justine Becker home were Mr, and Mrs, James Becker, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Reding, St. Joe. The Redings took home their two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Becker, whb had lived in'Algona -this summer 'were Friday night guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Justine Becker. Saturday morning they left for Boulder, Colo., where he will attepd the University of Colorado and work for his master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke had as their Sunday dinner guests, her parents, Mr. and Mrs., .Tony Troa, also the Anton Trea family, Charles Trca and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Don Trca, the George Hrubes family and the Pat Thul family, all of Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Studer and family of Lansing, 111. were weekend guests in the parental J. P. Studer home. On Saturday they attended the Carol Studer— Earl Elmore wedding. Stanley Studers of Blue Earth, Minn., also attended the wedding. Mr, and Mrs. Rich Reiling and Linda attended the wedding of a niece and cousin, Kenneth Wernimont and Kathleen Donohue at Carroll Saturday morn- jng, Sept. 9. i Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, accompanied by Mrs. Phil Kphl- haas of Algona, spent Friday in Cresco on business. The Lou, Albert and Tom Lick- teigs attended the funeral or Charles Edward Kenyon at Whittemore Thursday morning. Mrs.'Kenyon, the former Marjorie Lickteig had an appendectomy at Emmetsburg and the next day gave birth to the infant who lived just two days. Mrs. Lou Lickteig spent several days last week in the Kenyon home. Shirley Reiling, who is attending a business college in Minneapolis, spent the Labor ' Day weekend in • the parental Rich Reiling home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wise, visited her brother, Albert Davis in Titonka, her sister, Mrs. Moe in Algona, and the Alf. Studers and Haverly relatives, here over the weekend. Arlene Arndorfer .R. N. of Chicago spent -the Labor Day weekend in the parental, Mike Arndorfer home. A family gathering was held that Sunday at the Marcel Reding home at Al gona. Arlene had recently returned from a 2 week vacation in Hawaii. The public is invited to attend the annual turkey • dinner at St. Joseph's parish ;hall Sunday, Sept. 17. . . . Rahm 'at Des Moines Sunday. He accompanied .his brothei", the Leo Immeffail's of Algona. Mrs. Olive Hansen spent Sunday at the home of her daughter, the Albert Harms of Titonka, and attended the baptism of their new son. Mrs. Mary Shirley arid Rose Gales of Gilbertsville concludea their two weeks visit here with their brother Chris Gales Saturday. Mr. Gales and son-in-law, Henry Loorwnld of LuVerne, accompanied them for % over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire took their daughter, BeltV, Algona. Members are Doris-Da- - vis, Lyiirt Dole^Geri jHamiltoh, Inez Rancy and ! bbnnsJ Mae '•', Wnlker. Mr. and Mrs. Milford nnd fnmily, . visited, the Geo. * Shandleys at Webster City Sunday. Trip was made via their plane. Scheduled' atrlines . : of tho ' world did 14% more work in-' 1957; for a 17% increase in'dol- lar X'otiimtf, Their expenses in*. creased 25% and operating profit was reduced by 40%. Total voliirno of alf the" scheduled' air- linus last your vvas $4,100,000,000: to Cedar Falls Sunday to begin Operating expenses were $4,050,* her first year of college. The Irvington ladies bowling team, sponsored by M. Hayes, 000,000. Sixteen million passen-- gers were < carried in 1946;" 87.. million in 1957. IflBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB^ CIVIL WAR DAYS ; WORTH WAITING 100 YEAffc pedwin Jj, young Ideas in shoes '•£ - :-i DART... This trim new Pedwjn scores 'with a lean, tow look that's going over in a big way. Smooth, antique- finish lets you wear it with any color. Comes in black or brown, , . ST. 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