The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1962 · Page 15
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Dwarfs, Bunnies, Skunks In Primary Show Here arships in Canada; $10,066 to National Cystic Fibrosis Research; and $8,000 to Camp Kokosing for rehabilitation of crippled and handicapped children. The Loan Fund granted more than $15,000 in interest-free Wans to metrtlDers; dnd the Exemplar Fund has been responsible for furnishing the rudiments of reading and writing to India through Literacy Village, which was founded by an American missionary. Algona's three chapters Were founded for friendship and cultural development of members, Each chapter meets twice each month for program-meetings and their social events are enjoyed by many in the community.- In School Festival Madonna Gisch of Algona torjk part in the 1962 Home Economics It was standing room only where the dictate; wanb .. White and: The Seven, Dwarfs" in, the auditonurm ab Uwnn grade school here Wednesday. And; toe cast of: mow tllon^WD cesponded with a fine all-around performance. The three photos above were snapjredi mi rooms; ami! the school as. member, of the. cast waited. the«v tu^ on^gm of of fact, te scoo as. meme inow White Played by Vii-giniu Schultz, wa* on, stag* ami was not Dwarfs, portrayed! by Bomddl Terrv dae JimPergande. RandalllStnith. Tom iBurt.. Ind ScottlSaS, 3to. righfc. an, shown, in, flull custone, complete Wl ^'o?^ slightl^are shown, and the characters: dressed itebtadt »^»M»*™? arfa portion of the skunks who raced on -stage; during tte program. It was made known that they were the ^scented vanety The costuming was attractive and complete tbnogfaout the SK scenes of the production. Georga Ann VoigB, nmsu: mstmctor directed and 1 oroduced Snow White with assistance from teachers at the school. She S p'Sed the accompaniment tar aQ the songs. (UDM Polaroid Photos — Engravings) 8-Algone. (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 13, 1962 Miss Reiling Of Wesley Is Wed Feb. 7 Wesley — Shirley Reiling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Reiling, and Irwin Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reece Mr-rtin, exchanged wedding vows in Si:. Joseph's Catholic church, Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 10:30 a.m. Rev. R. W. Phillips read the single ring ceremony. Attendants were the bride's sister, Marilyn Reiling, and the bridegroom's brother, Frank Martin. The bride was attired in a biegc gown with brown accessories. Following the ceremony, a din ner for 25 members of the imme diate families was served at Van', in Algona and a reception held later in the Reiling home. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Corwith-Wesley high school, has attended business college in Minneapolis and has been employed at Minneapolis the past several weeks. The bridegroom is a 19G1 graduate of Corwith-Wesley and sinco his enlistment in the navy has been stationed at San Diego. The young couple left Feb. it for a new assignment in Scuttle, Wash. Attending the ceremony and dinnti were the three grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Rowe and Mr;;. Josephine: Roiling of Carroll and Mrs. Sophia Hildman of Wesley. The bride was honored at a shower in the parish hall Monday evening, Fob. ii. berg, Joe Skow, Robt. Bolenus, Lester Larson, Veva Lease and Anna Flom. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith spent several days last week in Bode with their son, Glenn Smith and 'amily. Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman were hosts to their 500 club Feb. 7. High scores went to Margaret Pierce and Bill Hauptly, low to Otto Fox and Mrs. Bill Hauptly and travel to Leo Goetz. This Josie Gouge. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge spent Feb. 10-11 with his parents, the Al Wagners. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donovan of Spirit Lake spent Feb. 6 with her mother, Mrs. Chloie Simpson. Among those who attended the district REA meeting in Humboldt Feb. 6 were the Wm. Hauptlys, Joe Goetzes, Lester Blains, Ralph Wiers, Joe Lappes, Fred Seefelds, Fred Edens, Burton Hansens, Lawrence Baylors, Mrs. Josie Gouge, Mrs. W. W. Becker, Bill Goetz, Clarence Beenken, Chas. and Luther Nygaard and Geo. Detmering. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNiell of, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson of Buffalo Center' and their families were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Chloie Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jones of Mason City spent Feb. 7 with the Rev. Robt. Jones family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rowe and family of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with her father. Urban Newroth, and other relatives. Out of state relatives called to Wesley by the death of Alt Studer Feb. 2 were Mae Studer of Santa Fe Springs and Dennis Studer of Fullerton, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis and family of Der- Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studer of Sioux Falls, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haverly of Harvard, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wis.,,Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schleusner of Austin, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schleusner of Watertown, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy and Mary and John of St. Louis, Mo. spent Jan. 27-Feb. 3 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root. John Paulson was brought home Feb. 3 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery on his back Jan. 23. inU U «VC1 IU Jjcv VJV^.MJ. *• •«»" i— - TT group will meet Feb. 22 with Mrs. by, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Henry 03M»MS»»SM®SS»S^^ Mrs. Viola Studer fell on the ice near SI. Joseph's Catholic dnircl Feb. 5 mid fractured her righ wrist. She had alien/led funer;; services for her brother-in-law, Al Studer, and was on her way frorr the church to the parking lot whci .she fell on snow-covered ice. Vev Lease will write news for her t her arm is removed from the cast. Representing Republican women of Wesley at the county meeting Feb. ti in Algona were the Mus- dames George and Dwight Sep.- Local Sorority Commended For Work Past Year Alpha Psi, Zeta Xi and Xi Xi chapters of Beta Sigma Phi of Algona, affiliated with an international social and cultural sorority which has 150,000 active members in 7,000 chapters in 19 countries of the free world, have been commended for their participation in three outstanding efforts of Beta Sigma Phi by headquarters of the organization at Kansas City, Mo. The complete story of three great funds maintained by Beta Sigma Phi — the Endowment Fund for the benefit of humanity; the Loan Fund to help their own members in time of emergency; and the Exemplar Fund to spread literacy in India — is presented in the current issue of The Torch, the group's official magazine. According to records, during the past year alone, the Endowment Fund has contributed $14,400 to Girls Town, $10,000 to Children's Cancer B.esearch Foundation; $1,000 each for five annual schol by the c. college, on Saturday* Feb. 10. Ma- SI .'J« ^daughter; of : Mf." and Mrs. John CHsch of Algona. Plan Ctertee Members of, Alpha Psi .chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Inet Feb. 6 6t the home of Irene Koliasch, Main item of business was a discussion of the annual Mardi Gras dance, which Will be held Mar. 3, according to Gloria firpelding, chairman of ways and means. The Friendly City Six will play for the dance. Jean Bilyeu and "Irene Kollasch ,'gave a program on poetry and music. , . MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVCRNE 'WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. 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