The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 3
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Karen Lavrenz Honored With Shower, Burt Bur! — 'Kafdh Lavrenz $ the guest of Honor at a pre-nuo- tial miscellaneous shower held m St. John's Lutheran church, Hurt, Friday evening. The guest? were registered by the bride-to- be;s sister, Lorelie Lavrenz. •' Toots Hoi5p\ts^ and A}virt£ Hasse were in charge? of theJfrP'"' ,,gram, which • included a ,Vo duet by Bobby wftl Carolyn Ma sen, a vocal duet by" Dianne Jto-i pus and Prance's Mo'Donafd/y* reading by Lillian ' t&Vrenz/ Mjd a vocal solo by Frances MeDdtt-' fild. - " •. i». Y«* ; -y Karen was' assisted, fn opefiinp 1 her gifts by' Alice 'and Beverlj*' Thompson/ j • , '•„ ' f t , Karen, daughter of \MLr. J-ari"d' , Karen, daughter of \MLr. J- Mrs. Roland f Lavrenz; . Will ; come the bridfe of Dennis ••Krfu Iowa City, at 8 p.m,' Dec. 28. 'al,' ' St... John's Lutheran church in Burt. ' Hostesses; for the shower were Toots Hoppus, Alvina ' Hasse,, Ruth Alice Patterson, June Pres* thus, Edna, Riedel,- <Linda Miller. Jessie Rash, -Viola CunnMgtoam; Beulah. Bullock ,: Eva ' ShiijeBi Sarah Stewart, Doris Keith: lle 1 - nit'a Mitchell, P.hoebe ThomfcSSh, Lulu Ringsdorf, Lillian Lavrenzj Ella .Meyer ana Florence Koestler. • • '"• Keith on the State Farm Bureau Convention ,h| attended,in ,De Mblne! fit'whtbft SbftaT^Heaga was the guest speaker.and color ed slides shown by Ray McWhor ter of his recent hunting trip to Colorado. , Committee preparlitg^and serving the,6130 dinner were E"lia Sigsbee, < ftilth Alice 'Patterson. Mary Nelsott,' Beth Miller and glsie Loekwood. / County Mealing the Kossuth Chapter of F.T.A. met at Sentral school- Monday evening. There were 17 members and three sponsors, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Burt, Mrs. Rolle .ScbtVLedyard, dhd Mr. mlinsofv'-' Sehtral, president Guest ,spesske^ was Couhty Superintendent of- Schools ;, Quirf> ard, ;; ,..-/ ' J 'J'EVelyn Cherland, Bust, senior, $tae< elected .'^secretary -of th£ ihapter to 1 ,; fill 'the vacancy left the resignation of. the prevl- Sly elected.secretary. Attendin^from Burt'With Mrs! Oest6rreich6r were Atidrey Gar'd. her, Evelyn 1 Cherland; -Jdne'1 31ack(, Jane Black tod Lois Me- Farland; , « >' •- , • , Farewell Parly,, '..* - : Rev. and Mrs; Arthur Schultz , and family were honored at 'a 'farewell;.' party Monday evening 'by members ol Si'. John's Lutheran church arl'd their families. Mrs." Eugene'Mey.er had 'charge 'of the program.'' -A member of each organization in the church took part-and presented Pastor Schultz with a .red' rose to symbolize theft appreciation of 'his being a. part of their groups ''<•. Master of Ceremonies was 1 Dale Schroeder.' Others taking part were: , :.. Howard Batt, Mrs. R. Willrett, • Mrs. Eugene Meyer,. Bill 'Madson. Sr., Harley .Hanseh, and. Duane •Willrett. •;. '• /•<<•<'; '••',! • Mr. and Mrs. Julius Steckei presented their red roses for being the first couple married by Pastor Schultz,at'St. John's; Mr, and Mrs. Darwin Koepke presented their red rose in behalf of their son Gregory, the first baby baptized by Pastor Schultz here. The choir sang and presented Pastor with a red;-rose. The Junior Sunday School members sang. Pastor Vehling, Lolts ,. Creek, who will be supply ipastocJhere,, spoke briefly ;and iRe.v. 'Schult? showed slides taken during their stay here. They were presented a gift of money., Collegians Home The Thanksgiving holiday found many college students spending ,a, fe.w days .at their .homes. Home from S.U.I., Iowa City, were Sheryl Smith, Jay Hoppus, David Rasmussen and Perry Steward; from I.S.U., Ames,. Shirley , Schwietert; ;Du- Wayne Gebken and Eugene Lov? stad; from Simpson, India,nola,i . were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohi; and Judy Hinckley;;Morningside Sioux'City, Carllyn Hinckley and Virginnia Bohi; Hamilton School of Business, Mason City, Jean Stevens and Norman Carlson. Marsha Dremmel , came from Mankato Commercial College "to visit her parents and Pamela Andrews enjoyed a vacation at hci home from A.I.B., DCS Moines, Lions Meet 28 members and 5 guests attended the Nov. meeting of the Burt Lions Monday. Ray McWhorter presided at the meeting, Dec. 18 was set as»Ladies Night and the wives of Lions will be guests. P. J. McGuire gave a report on the success of the Hallow&u party. Reports were also gijfen, on the Boy Scout fund drive an'd" the birthday events calendaf^aro; ject. .. ' •. *£ / 'V Program chairman Fred Hilton presented the following program: A tenor sax solo by Patt Hoover, accompanied by Gwenyth, Teeter, clarinet trio, Susan Lovstad, Frances McDonald and Pat Schwietert; a talk by Wayne Mrs. Merle Schaff returned to er home in Denver, Colo., after week with her father, Martin Griese, who is hospitalized at St, Ann, and with Mrs. ..Griese ,Friends are happy to learn tha .Martin is slowly improving frph; 'the stroke suffered seVeral weeks ago. . """ ' ' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, jom- ed the former's three "brothers and their wives at the R. A. Miller home at RoVal Thanksgiving Harry Sewick, Ireton, and Liipa Sewick, Forest City, visited Wednesday at. the Flossie Leason home. The Fortnightly Club will meet with Lefie McMullen Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. ^«f. Gross entertained at Thanksgiving dinner. Guests were Flossie Leason, Lura Sewick, Robert Leason and Duane Gross. '. • Sunday guests at the* J.: L. Miller home were Mr. .and Mrs, Owen Hopkins and. family of Fredricksburg and Mr. an'd Mrs. Clark Miller and family of Titonka. v Mr. and Mrs. A. J. \ (Andy) Nauman, Augusta, Wis. r were honored recently by friends' and neighbors, on their 25th .wedding anniversary at their home in Augusta. Among the friends at T tending were Mr. and'Mrs. Everett Shipler, Fairchild, Wis., former Burt residents, andiMr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach of Whittemore. D. W. Smith was hoqoired at a 'arhily Dinner at the -fSumner Parson {home Sunday, '^bserving 'his 91st birthday pnniv.'ersary. Present, were- the Ed .Smiths', Jake* Smiths, Harold -Frambachs,' iWitftemofe, Mr. and*Mrs. Russell Parson and family, Viola McDonald and Frances. , Mrs. John Thompson, Minneapolis, spent a week with her ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson. Mrs. Kate Groen and Patty spent Sunday at... the" Wilbur Doegeihome. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the Larry Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell and family spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their daughter and husband, the Jim Meyers at Racine, Wise.' ;P ' • Judy Hinckley and Deanna' Wiemer of Ledyard spent Fri day and Saturday in Minneapo lis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott en tertained in their home Thames giving, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long Algona, Mr., and Mrs. Charles Scott, .Mr. and Mrs. Michae Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Bernarc Gifford. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley an- family visited Thanksgiving with relatives at Armour) S, D, Donna Long left Saturday for Kansas City, Mo." where she will complete her training-at a-Kan sas. City Air' lines school. Rev. John Riebhoff, Long Island, New York, who is visiting ,his parents, the Lance Riebhoffs conducted the Sunday morning worship services at the Burt Methodist church. Mrs, E: J. Murtagh, Friendship Haven, Fort' Dodge, spent several days this past*" week with Mrs. H. O. Buell. . Elsie Loekwood spent Friday in Fort Dodge, JHer brother, Herbert accompanied the Lestei Bonstetters, Arnolds Park, BUY OF THi MONTH! SMITH -CORONA 8 COL. •U •U flHi '^BP--. .••.' •••I' MR "•^•P :."•' ADDING MACHINE Adds 7, Totali 8, vtfth Subtraction, —-1^(Federal Tax $ •! I UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO 111 i. Coll - 6Y 4-3535 Titonka-Girl Is Bride In Bifffclft Center Ceremony Mr and Mrs-Gary D. Michaelsen 'are now at hdme in Titonka, following their marriage Sunday, Oct. 29, in the First Congregational Church -at Buffalo Center. The bride, the ', former i SKaron Kay Schmidt, is.th^'daugh'tetfof Mr and Mrs Very] Schmidt of -Tftonka. The Rev. John';D.'-Eftgels officiated at the ceremortyf, ( Mrs JoKh Schmidt was the organtsi. - ''• ""*'' The bride's gown was of Bouquet taffeta was embroidered alencon >lace over a foundation of net. The" Basque bodice was designed jvith sweetheart neckline ornamented With sequlned lace. Ornaments of lace adorned the waistline. The Very full skirt of taffeta was caught up in bustle dffect of pleats at back. Af cloud veil'of imported English bridal illusion was attached to a double jewelled crown of v pearls find crystals. She carried a bouqUet of white spider mums. Miss. Jo Ann Sunde of St. Paul, Minn., was maid of honor. Miss Peggy Michaelsen was bridesmaid. They wore dresses of green 'and bronze taffeta and carried bouquets of bronze and yellow mums. Marv.n Hillenga of Woden was best man. The bride's brother Dennis was groomsman. Ushers were David Smidt, Titonka, Kendal Drake, Buffalo Center and Berry Nelson,. Lone Rock. Soloist was Tony Angus, Owatonna, Minn., who sung the Lord's Prayer and the Wedding Prayer. Following the ceremony, there was a reception in the church par'•s fnr toO'pucsts. Mr and Mrs Bert Sankey, Renwick, were din- j;ig room nostesses. Mrs Tracy Stone, Lone Rock, had the guest book and Mrs Wesley Anderson, Minneapolis, was at the punch bowl. Mrs Leonard Schmidt and Mrs Melvin Johnson, Bode, poilred. Mrs Jesse Schmidt and Mrs Ralph Lindhorst cut the cake. Miss Rita Temple of Minneapolis and Betty Zahrobsky of Iowa Falls were in charge of the gifts. Waitresses were: Iris Michaelsen, Celene and Char- leno Miller, Janice Alke, and Karen Seegebarth. Mr and Mrs Michaelsen have returned from a wedding trip to Denver, Colorado. The bride, a graduate at Titonka High School and Northwest Institute of Technology, Minneapolis, is employed as technician at St. Ann Hospital,.Algona. Mr Michaelsen graduated from thuttttoy, November 30, 1961 Afgono (lo.) Upper De* Mofnes-3 Titonka High School and is employed by Michaelsen Brothers Livestock Truck Line. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cook are parents of a daughter born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman had as dinner guests Tijianksgiv-. ing Mr. and Mrs. WcndellKisch, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellefson, Sexton. Bill Kraft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kraft, a student at'North- west Missouri State .College, spent the Thanksgiving holidays wilh his parents. His house guest was Jim Hurley of St. Joseph, • Mo. Bill, a -life guard at the AI-" gona pool the past two years, is a member of the twelve man, varsity swim squad. iii Ronald Eugene Radig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig of Lone Rock, was baptized Sunday in,St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Dinner guests Sunday in the Earl Bowman home in Algona honoring the infant's baptism were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier of Ventura, Mrs. Liza Angle of Algona and the Roger Radigs DOLE - CHUNK - CRUSHED - TIDBIT BUY YOUR BEEF At FAREWAV SIZE $' CANS EXTRA LEAN - BOSTON BUTT ORK STEAK MORTON HOUSE PORK • BEEF , i • 12 3 4 OZ. SALISBURY • rAK » STEAK' • NEARLY BONELESS SNIDERS ORK ROAST 14 OZ. *i BOTTLES SWIFT'S PREMIUM DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL CORN LICED BACON BETTY CRpCKER CAKE MIX i > • ft-V ' . » - ; . t •, i , , WHITE ^ OR CHOC. 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