The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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Beverly Ann Elbert Bride AtWhittemoreOnDec.27 Whilt»mor» — In the holiday season St. Michael's Catholic rhuich was the setting of an attractive double ling wedding cer- r inony v. hen Beverly Ann Elbei t, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Elbtrt, of Whittemore, and Robert Forsythe, son of Mr and Mrs Koy Forsythc, of West Bend, were mairied by the Rev. William V< ;(, Thursday, Dec. 27, at 9:30 h.m. Armand EJbert and Louis Kollasch sang several hymns, accompanied by Sister Mary Dominion at the organ. Mass servers were Arnold Wilderman of West Bend and Dean Forsythe of Laurens. cousins of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony the bride placed a bouquet of flowers at the altar of the Blessed Virgin. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attractive in a ballerina length gown of French lace and nylon net over yatin. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with net fluffed panels and designed with molded lace bodice, complete with semi- Elizabethian collar and long tapering sleeves, coming to points over the wrists. Her ballerina length veil of illusion silk was fastened to a pearl and sequin trimmed head piece. She carried a colonial bouquet of red roses, with white lace and satin streamers, and wore a single strand of pearls, a gift from the Bridegroom. Ruth Elbert, sister of the • bride, was bridesmaid. Virginia Forey, niece of the bride was .flower girl. Bruce Dunn, of Fort Dodge, • cousin of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Raymond Forsythe, attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Darrol Elbert and Francis Quinn. A reception was held at the Plantation dining room. Agnes Elbert was in charge of the, guest book. Mrs Gene Wagner and Mrs Francis Quinn presided at the • punch bowl. Table waitresses were Elerora Elbert, Georgina Forsythe, Laura Elbert, Sheila Hansen, Mrs James Schultz, and Mrs Herbert Morey. Miss Colleen Forsythe presided at the gift table. The bride is a graduate from Cylinder high school with the class of 1954 and has been employed with the Quaker Oats Elevator in Emmetsburg. The bridegroom graduated from the West Bend high school and has served for four years in the navy and at present is a student in the Emmetsburg Junior college. They will be at home in Emmetsburg. The immediate families of Mrs Anna Dau had a six o'clock din. near Wednesday evening in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran . church, which included Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs . Herbert Zumach and family, Mr, and Mrs Victor Dau and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence . Meyer and family and Mr and . Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David of here; Mr arid Mrs P'rank •i Jergens and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Duane Dau of Algona r and Mr 'and Mrs Ernest Bernau and family of Cprwith. . Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker had . as dinner guests Christmas Day, Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter ' Joyce of ftere; Mrs Jeri McKean and son Gary and daughter Jill of Algona. ; * Mr and Mrs William Zimmermann of Fprt Dodge visited with Adolph Naas, Sunday, Dec. 30, and brought Adolph a large birth• day cake as Mr Naas was 82 years on New Year's Day. Present were Mr and Mrs John I Schuller and their family and grandchildren of Cylinder and Mr and • Mrs Thomas Schuller of . Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber entertained, a group of relatives ' on New Year's Day for supper: Mr and Mrs William Roeber, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and fam- - : ily, Mr and Mrs .Melvin Roeber and son David, Emma Roeber, August Roeber and Mr and Mrs 'Lester Baag and family. Mr and Mrs Harold (Red) Esser returned to their home in Moah, Utah, .after Spending their holi- 'days here at -the parental home of MV and Mrs. Joe Baser, Other relatives at the Esser home last . week Sunday were Mr and Mrs RoUgnd Esser and family of Des Moipes, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Jjeser of West Bend. Mf &ad Mrs Frank Piekarski entertained 4heir pinochle club at their baarae- Monday night. William Fandel Sr. and Mrs Nick ' Reding winning High. Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller, won second high, Mr and Jiffs John Waldron, low. llrs William Fandel Sr., travel, an/1 consolation prize by Mrs Geo. 1 Fand*l Sr- Mr and Mrs John Waldron- of Algona were guests of the dub. Mr Md jMWr Louis Seegebartl- ar d fswaiiy of Lone Rock, were Sunday jeveMog dinner guests at tl.e horn* «* »t* a n <* Mrs Herbert Mr 6fl4 Mrs Loran Barker anr 1 family ol Calamus, Mr and Mrs Arthur Potratz and famil- at I °nl^O, Mr end Mrs John Hopkins and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herbert Pobrstz and sons ri>d Martin Potratsf of Whittemore ; «4 Mr and Mrs wilmar Wichten- <£i»ni&t f*pi* vpe^Jt were Wednesday lytiE&K awsfts »t UK* home i*f ftftr ftOd Tiirs Alvm Potratz at *4 tb* parental ft, Rebuke of of iht> Albert Cm-it, Sunday afternoon. Sunday evenine dir.nrr cao^t* r-i the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Beiinke WT:T Mr and Mr.- Reuben Buuke and fmv.:!y 01 here. Mr and Mr,; Arnold Harms and family of West Bend. At the George WichttrHahl home Christmas Day suppe: uutsts wore Mr and Mr.- Ross Burns and sons of Th->r, Mr and Mr? Harian Wjchtendahl and s-.-:^ of Algona. Mr and Mrs Gord'.'p. Jensen and family and Mr and Mrs Dtibert Wichtendahl and son Vcrnon. Mr and Mrs Btrnard Wichtendahl and son Leonard of Fort Carson, Colo.. A/1C Laura Wichtendahl and Norman Pnt- chard of Offutt Air Force BaiC. Neb., and Henry Wichtendahl of Corpus Christi, Tex. Mr and Mrs Russ Medin and family spent Christmas Day at the home of Mrs Medin's parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Medin in Forest City. Stanley Hogan and Marvin Dahlhauser. students at the State University in Iowa City, spent their Christmas vacalkm with their respective parents, Mrs Marie Hogan and Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser. Students who attend Loras College at Dubuque and spent their Christmas vacation with their parents are Jack Geelan, James Duffy, Leo Farrell and John Thul. Charlotte Meier, student nurse at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, spent her holiday vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier. Beverly Zumach and Carol Zumach are spending their Christinas vacation with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach here. Beverly is nursing in the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City, and Carol is a student in the A.B.I, college at Des Moines Richard Meyer and Brendr Gade, both students in the Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Neb. were home over the holiday's with their parents, Walter A. Meyer and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade. Mr and Mrs Frank Mienke and family of Des Moines were at the parental home of John Volk Sr. Ralph Sebers and Ronnie Hedin visited, at. the home of their respective mothers, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Mrs Myrtle Frost. New Years Day at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer at hello Mtirj — Where in the world have you been? . . . I've been trying to get you on the phone all afternoon to tell you . . . "OH LISTEN, Ruth, will it keep? I'm just getting ready to go to Ceramics . . . "CERAMICS, what in the world is that,' Mar j?" "WELL DEAR, that's where I've been spending a lot of my spare time . . . and it's fascinatingl Why, did you know I am making real things — like candy dishes, book ends, fruit bowls, and the most stunning big ash trays. And I didn't think I could make a thing!" "WHY, MARJ, that sounds interesting!" "YES. AND Ruth, do you know I made some lovely gifts at Christmas — and my friends just loved them because they were so personal I put my friend's and my. own name right on the bottom of the gilts ... all with my own hands." "TELL ME more. Marj . , . Ceramics, did you say?" "OF COURSE, dear — ,why don't you try it yourself?. I learned how in just a short time at Daisy Ellis' Ceramics Center on Bjustrom's balcony . .' . it was loads of fun . . . and so easy . . . and Daisy has so many interesting things there." "SOUNDS VERY nice, Ruth . , . does it cost a lot?" "MARJ, that's where I have news for you! Miss Ellis told me that she is going to give FREE INSTRUCTION in Ceramics work for a limited time ., . . you know it's quiet right after the holidays . . . and it won't cost a cent to learn, only the little it takes to buy 'greenware' and a few brushes and teensy jars of paint ..." "PONT TELL roe , . . you mean the instruction is FREE?" "Yes, for a limited time now, Marj • • • why don't you join me and come along? You'll love to have Daisy tell you about it, and to see her many beautiful things — you can learn to make them, too!" "PICK ME UP. I'm along with you ..." Ladies/ Drop In Now at EUi; CERAMICS CENTER Furniture Store) S to 4 Doily (Except Sat.) Get Oeidils on Ceramic* FREE INSTRUCTION (Foe Limited Time) dinner puests were Mr and Mrs Brwih Bruhn and »n William r»nd daughter Alice Of Cylinder Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family, Mr and Mrs fcldon Fehr :«nd family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and'family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and familv. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family and Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughters Mrs Frank - Schumacher left here last week Friday morning f--i Sioux Falls, S. D., where she met her son Herman and accom- tvrtii-d him to Clark, S. D. where '!•.;> spent Christmas at the home f her son-in-law .and daughter. Mr and Mrs Bert Sherman and family. She returned home Wednesday evening. Charles Bormann Jr.. Clete B-.sch. Armand fclbert,, John Duffy and Louis Kollasc'h, students at St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque, spent their Christmas holidays here with their respective parents. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Braat?. were Miss Dorothy Braatz of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mr and Mrs Wernor Braatz of Tripoli, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Stauffer of Mapleton. Minn, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Schuster and twins of Minnesota Lake, Minn. Evening vfeftots were Mr and Mrs Clyde Qingerifrh and family of West Befid. ' Mr and Mrs Wermaft spent Thursday at thft home of and Htfs Walter Sehl in fff wood and Mf and Mrs Carl Vdigt at Osage. Mr and Mrs William Gade ftnd daughter Willreta visited at the home of Mr and Mfs Rayrndffd L. S\vtet in Charles City, Sunday. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy and Mr and Mrs Lawrence G9de and son David and daughtitt' Hachael of here and Miss Brenda Gade of Reward, Neb. were Friday evening visitors at the ; William Gade home. * . ; • Mr and Mrs Leo Campbells of Mount Ayr were overnight visitors at the home of Mr and Mfs" George Meyer Thursday evening. The Campbells were enroute home after spending Christmas with their son in Spencer. Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz and son Robert of here and Miss Ruth Braatz of Fort Wayne, Ind., nnd Joan and Jeane Gingerlch of West Bend, were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Loran Barker and | family of Calamus, Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz and son Martin of here were WedneMay tinfter gursts at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrtiz. Mr and Mrs Oeotg* Mlfrfef aftfl Mr and Mrs Edwin OfeifWrt and familv were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr at Rodman Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald entertained a group of friends at a turkey dinner Thursday evening. The guests included Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade and family, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter, Kay Frances, Harlan Leiningef and Walter A. Meyer and son Richard. Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling and sons of here and daughter Marilyn Schmeling of Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer ertd family of Lake Crystal, Minn, spent Christmas day at the parental home of Mrs Kate Schroeder at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Arthilr Heidenwith fpent Wednesday afternoon and evening with Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck at Lone Rook. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona were Christmas Eve dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth SP3 Henry Lauck Jr. left Friday for Fort Crowder, Mo., after spending i twfcnfy day leave here with hii patents, Mr and Mfi tttnftr LJuck Sr.. , Ruttf Bfsat* arrived here fed* n*sd*y ffbrti Foft Wayne, Ind., to spend a w&ek here visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs' Louis Braatz. Miss Braatz is teaching school in Emmanuel- Lu- tht-ran school. She returned to M. Wayne on New Years Day . Aliens In U. S. Must Re-register Immigration" officials announced today that alien address report forms will be available at the Omaha. Nebraska, Immigration office and locaLoost offices beginning January 1 for the convenience of the more than 25,000 aliens expected to report their addresses to th« Government if compliance withthe -law. -Robert C. Wilson, District Director of the Immigration afic Naturalization Service pointed out that it is important for each rton-citizen to report his address to the Government each January because of penalties for noncompliance. "A willfull violation," he. said, no.) Upp* OH Mo1rt» Jonuafy tO, "tin bring i fine of up to ! ft j«| Sentence, a deportation. __ flVoM possibility o! p%haltfv each alien-Should go to the ftearfesit Immigration office or post office during January, obtain an address report form, and return the card to the clerk after C6mp1etlflg it." Rites At Exlra For Ex-Lakotan Lakola i- Ar£ol4 Chf feC 42, son of Mr fcnd Mrs Letonird Christ* died suddenly early New Years morning in an Atlantic hospital. Arnold was superintendent of the Exira schools tor the past two years and had been at Wityta for n years pfeVious whefe he was basketball coach. Mf Christ is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter, his parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Christ, and two sisters, Mrs Leonard "Wienkauf of Lakota, and Mrs Walter Sohn of Elmore. A brother Norman preceded him in ath just ten years ago. Other local relatives who at- tSttdteti tfc*ftifterftt serVic** at JExifa SfttilrtJsi'' were tmiMin<£ rs ahd MSsdwrtes Mifce Cffrwt, St., Ernest Christ. Ff*tt Chrtst, Henry Boet^thef, Otto Englebart. Adolbh Poppo, Mfs Kim Addy and Mrs Albert Goett. WAS 162 'WUnty lest its oldest Unfitly th the death of Leohidss Mortkal.'at the afee of 102. He first cnme to Clarke county in 1850 ( five years after the county seat of Osceola wns established. At that time, Mr Mofiical was an 18-month old infant and the trip was made ih a covered wagon, drawn by ox-cart, from the family home in Indiana. Mrs Lois Trunkhill spent Christmas day with the Henry Smiths and Mrs Cogdlll. Other visitors were Mr and Mrs Charles Chrlstensen and children • of Kansas. The Birthday Circle will meet with Louise Bleich Friday, Jan. 11. A basket lunch will be served. Jessie Rash will have program. WEEK'S: •O Si" .if. _IfFf CAKE Nix Mb Hess FIMORS FLAVOR LB.BA6 NO. 1 POTATOES - RED OR WHITE 50 LB. BAG Charmin CLEANSING TISSUES 100 SHEETS eiwrt FOR BAG PK6! /*> IR ORAI FRESH 100% PURE GROUND BEEF U, S. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF SALE! <25 ftebbf CILI obb-R«» tMNE A. t MAPLE SYPUP V - *w^ i CAI NT ifi uP ^|F ^^ 9 -^r - — ^ifr - - • —-^ -r -™ VEGETABLES JOHNSON* PECAN' SUNOAC COOkKS BLUE RIBBON OLEOMARGARINE 19c Lb. CHEESE SPREADS Two 6^ox, Jars 4tc SHOULDER POT ROASTS U».39« 29fi •„* Ml If if ROUND & SWISS LB SIRLOIN & RIB STEAKS U 55' ECONOMICAL LB. FRESH AR FLOUR'S * 6 to 8-LB. ^^'. ^ ^ SMOKED PICNICS LB. SWIFT'S PREMIUM SKINLESS FRANKS FANCY SLICED ADA»V?S FRESH FROZEN 2lb.27ci CANS

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