The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1962
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(jd.) Uppa* fol Malftei tueidayj Ma'reh 6, W* Bdrmann-Capes/us Nuptials Mr and Mrs James J. Capesius, who were married Feb. 17 at St. Joseph's Church in St. Joe by Father Leo C. Schumacher, are pictured above. The bride is the former Beatrice Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann. The bridegroom is a son of the late Julius and Mary Capesius, all of St. Joe. . , The complete wedding story was carried in the Feb. 20 issue of this newspaper. The young couple are on a 'two week wedding trip through the southern states, and will be at home on the Capesius farm, 5. miles northwest of St. Joe. (UDM Engraving — Glenn Studio Photo). CJ.Heerdfs Feted At Burl; Wed 25 Years Hurt — Twenty-five years of wedded life were observed by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt Sunday. The sons, Eugene and Dennis, with other relatives planned the occasion, which was held at the Legion hall. A short program was held which included two duets by Gerald Hilton and Francis McDonald, accompanied by Erna Baars; a piano solo by JoAnn Ackerman, a reading' by Dennis Heerdt. , The 50 invited relatives and friends were registered by Linda Ackerman. The cake, cut and served by Mrs. Earl Ackelrman and Mrs. Frank Flaig, was.baked and decorated by Mrs. Muriel Ackerman. Mrs. Eugene Heerdt poured. Waitresses were Linda, Roberta, JoAnn, and Nancy Ackerman. Lillian Ackerman and Conrad. Heerdt were married at Dakota City Feb. 27, 1937. All their married life has been spent farming' hi the Burt and Algona vicinities. The Heerdts are the parents of .wo sons, Eugene and Dennis. Eugene is married and has one child and Dennis is a junior in high school. Visit Son \ Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire have received word from their son, Mike, that the Great Wallendas, high wire act of which he is a member, is appearing with the Shjjn.p Circus in Minneapolis Mar. 1-10. The McGuires plan to go to Minneapolis to see their son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campney arrived home Wednesday after 4 months With the Army reserve unit on.duty at Fort Lewis, Wash. Richard was one of about 500 reservists given a release from duty. The Cafflprteys were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Keith who spent the past 3 weeks vacationing in California. Roger Shipler and Valgene*Westling arrived home Friday evening after serving their six months tour 1 of Army training at Fort Leonard ' Wood, Mo. Ruth circle met Wednesday evening at the home of Louise McFarland. There were three guests present. They voted to sponsor a Family Night at the church Wednesday evening, Mar. 28. Marlene iDavis, Shirley Lovstad, Ruby Hinckley and Janice Schaller will be in charge of the program. Inez Graham was appointed I kitchen chairman. ( The March meeting of the WSCS will be held Mar. 7. Members of the Ruth circle will hold a bake sale at this meeting. Presbyterian church circles will meet Wednesday, Mar. 7. Winners in the Treasurer Hunt contest held recently at the Burt Hardware were Rose McGuire, Wm. Holmseth, Ella Meyer, Arlene Manus, Berniece Ditsworth, Mrs. Chris Haase, Robert Vaske and Mary Jo Gifford. Roberta Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engstrom, Was baptized Sunday at the Burt Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heerdt, Ringsted, were sponsors. The Engstroms also transferred their mf|nbership to the Burt church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and sons were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Kindergarten round-up, which was to have been held at the Burt school Friday eve,.-Mar. 2, has been postponed until Thursday evening, Mar. 22. Past Matrons Club will meet with Ethel Dremmel Thursday. Assisting hostesses will be Nelle Dremmel and Ruby Hinckley. All Past Matrons are asked to be sure and bring their silverware for the Chapter kitchen with them to this meeting. Birthday circle will meet at the home of Irma Doege . Thursday, Mar. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert entertained at dinner on Sunday in honor of their daughter Shu-ley's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and boys and Mrs. Louise Mechler, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert. Lawrence Doege spent Monday and Tuesday undergoing 3 checkup at University hospital at Iowa City. He accompanied Vern Raf- dai of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettchor left Saturday for an extended vacation. They plan to visit Marion Chipman and other friends in Ponto Gorda, Fla. Leffie McMullen, Ethel Drem- mei afid Betty Milter OESschoolof instruction 1 ' a;ejwe*a City Tuesday. -i ' Pvt, Wendell Willrett, left; Feb. 23 for Fort Leonard Wood, Md..-to begin 8 weeks of advrinHjed ftiili- tary training. Wendell -spent a week with his parents,, thfr< Rudy Willretts, whft drove to C6'HSp"Car- son, Colo, to bring himrbaclt to Burt where he completed his 8 weeks basic training, , Mr. and Mrs. Clark Millef 1 and family were Sunday guests' at the parental J.L. Miller home. Larry Hinckley. Aberdeen^ So. Dak., spent Tuesday evening; with his parents, the Al Hirickleys. On Wednesday Larry and Harold Andreason went to Des Moines where they bowled in the A.B'.C. Bowling Tournament. , ' Shirley Schwietert, junior- in home economics at Iowa State at Ames, arrived home Thursday to enjoy quarter break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert. Mr. ...nd Mrs. Walter Sorenson went to Iowa City Sunday, where Walter will undergo a check-up; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Finch and daughters spent the weekend at the parental Carl Finch home at Bonurant. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding attended the wedding of her, brother, Larry Olson and Nancy Geilenfeld, held at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. '" Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller left Mar. 3 for a visit with his sister and family, the Vince Brannons in Georgia. They also plan to visit their son Lawrence and family at Runnemeade, New Jersey, before returning home. They plan to be gone about a month. United World Day of Prayer services will be held at 2:15 p.m. Mar. 9 at the Presbyterian church with Women of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches taking part. In charge of arrangements are Ethel Dremmel, Beth Miller, and Ruby Hinckley. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mrs. John Meuhe entertained girls of grade 3 in parochial school at a party Feb. 24 in honor of their daughter Mary's 9th birthday. Mrs. Norine Studer began work as clerk in the Christensen store, Algona, Mar. 1. She recently completed the assessor work begun by her late husband,' Alf Studer. , The Robert Jones and Carl Arnolds were business visitors in Frost, Minn. Friday. :••: Methodist women will meet Mar! 7 with Mrs. Lawrence Baylor, Mrs. Ray Hansen and Kathryn Hauptlyj The lesson will be given by Mrs. Carl Arnold and the devotions led by Mrs. Geo. Ostercamp. 'adillac offers thirteen models, tiventij-three colors and one hundred thirty-nine interior combinations. Tisit your local authorized dealer SCHULTZ BROS. 1009 South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa Mr,, and .Mrs, f Weslen;Gau1t;6f Britt wtre.SUndi^ dffifief gUettS of His Sistef .>M bfdthef-WrlaW, Mr. afld Mrs. L4«&fl8^Baj*lf.f Mrs. HOVWSW tfuntte'm-ftfK e"ntef* tained S girls of gf&de, 6 of public school at a slumbel, party Feb. 20" in honof of their, daughter Nancy's lilh birthday. Due^ to the' heavy snow and no school the following day the girls' enjoyed an extended visit. , , ' , The George' Gfemmer family moved Mar. 1 from a farhi near Britt to the farm vacated by the Robert Ennens. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Henlmingsen left Mar. 2 for a several weeks stay in Hot Springs, Ark, The plumbing shop Will be .operated by Milford HUbert during their, absence. The Hemmingsens spent Mar. 1 in Belmond assisting their eldest daughter, Mrs. C. J.. Wilson, and family move to another farm in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe returned from a month's vacation in Harlinge"n, Texas. John Paulson returned home last week from an.extended stay" in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Rev. Morris Kildal of Doan Methodist church was taken to Vets hospital, Sioux Falls, S. D. for treatment of a neck infection. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard- observed a wedding anniversary Feb. 25 with a family dinner party in Algona and a visit at Livermore with his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard and at LuVerne with ^her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Geo. Eggleston. Dinner hosts were the Robt. Chambers of Albert City, the Cecil Glawes and daughter of Corwith and Chris Nygaard. Robert Boleneus and Charles Nygaard went to Des Moines Mar. 1 to attend a meeting of farm bureau leaders. • - • Daniel Skow of ISU at Ames spent last week between quarters in the parental Joe Skow home. Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Skow and family entertained 30 guests at a buffet dinner Feb. 25 in honor;of his father, Jurgen Skow, on his 80th birthday. Guests were members of the board of REA of Humboldt and their wives and members 6? t^ ftte 6f Atp& teeludtog M>. Kiilsfibte and Boft- has Ihted 1884 and Hfts yeafs in . and family. ;Methbdist' Yotith Fellowship will fttld & clifli and t ,ve/Jetable soup sapp§rifi/the church Mat. 8. Serving begins at 5:30 p.m. Th'e, 4th ipa'i'terly conference of the Methodist, church is scheduled for Mar, Ji' \with pr. 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