The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 2
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V* •*' 9~Atfena fta.) Uppw &•• MelnM thumtey, Moy ft, 1957 • -• .m^a-......--. •„.„.....,. -... » • Joan Johnson, Tifonka, Weds Elmore Man Titonka — In a beautiful wed^ ding Sunday owning, April 21, at 7:30 p.m.. Miss Joan B. Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs John D Johnson, of Titonka, became the bride of Eldon E. Goeke, of Elmore, Minn., son of Mr and Mrs Aft Goeke of Ulmore. The ceremony took place at Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Rev. B. H. SchWferin, pastor, officiated al the double ring ceremony. Mrs Erni* Van WeeJden of Wesley played nuptial selections preceding tile ceremony, and the traditional wedding march for the bridal party. The soloist was George Feruhelm of Elmore. CandTelighters were Doris Bosnia of Buffalo Center and Joanne DeBoer of Minneapolis. Th« bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired In heirloom rosepoint lace, with seal* loped neckline trimmed with small pearls and setjuiris. "Filmy net filled the neckline with the bodice coming to & deep point at the waist. Her lace sleeves tapered to a point at the wrists. The full sweeping skirt ended in a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil was : held in place by tiara effect headpiece, studded with pearls and sequins. She carried a white Calla lily and stephonottis on a white Bible. The maid of honor was JoAnn Pint of Buffalo Center, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Misses Arlene and Arliss Goeke of filmore, sisters of the groom, and Mrs Ronald Torp of Minneapolis, friend of the bride. The flower girl was Eileen Amerson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Amerson of Goldfield. Roger Goeke of Elmore, brother of the groom, was best mam Other attendants were Gene Kessel of Elmore "as groomsman, Alvin Wirtjes, Lakpta, and Ronald Goeke, Elmore, as ushers. The ringbearer was Dennis Amerson, son of, Mr and Mrs Raymond Amerson of Goldfield. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony. Mrs Noah Bibeau of Stillwater, Minn., and, Mrs Elmer Medetzke of Elmore .cut the cake. Mrs Thomas Neryig and Mrs Jennie Kessel, botfc of Eagle Grove, pouredi Waiter 8 at the reception were Tom 'and Dick Bibeau,'Craig ana Majirice Sathoff, Ronald Nervig ana ijjTorin Gangestad- -" In charge of $|ie guest bpok, were M^s Cart- He iG^zema and Mrs Ronald Gofpie. At the gift table were Alnj& Jean Shortenhous, Mrs Bob;' Davis, Mrs George Feruhelm arid Janice Hill. The four tier- red* bridal cake was made btf Florence .|leynolds. The dining room: hostesses were Mrs Maurice Keii of Ledyard and Mrs Louis Johnson of Hardy and the kitchen-committee included Mrs Ted Van, Hove, Mrs Telko Stecker, Mrs Lowell Bentley, Mrs Harm WibT^en, Mrs Henry Stecker, Mrs Bonne Schutter, Mrs Henry Baad* and Mrs Le«ter Callies. The bride and groom left on a trip through the Ozarks to Fort Smith, Ark. and points south. The bride is a 1950 graduate of the Titonka High School, attended St. Olaf College, and was graduated from Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, and the Cook Hospital Graduate School of Medicine. She was employed at Stillwater, Minn, and is now anesthetist and office nurse at Buffalo Center. The groom graduated from Lakota High School in 1949. served two years with the Armed Forces in Germany. He is now employed at the Farmers Elevator in Elmore. The .couple will live in Elmore. Good Hope Aid The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon, May 1st in the church parlors with Mrs George Palleson of Ringsted, Polio Mother oi the year as guest speaker. Hostess will be Mrs Walter Baade. Mrs Arthur Boyken, Mrs Dwight Garrett and Mrs George Jesse. W.S.C.S. To Meet The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church in Titonka will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday, May 8. at the Fellowship Hall with the les$on by Mrs Roy Budlong and devotions by Mrs Erwin Eden. Hostesses are Mesdames Roy Walrod, George Peterson, Jay Budlong and Ernest Hansen. Shoe tt Canvas Repair Victor Ha'mmond has 'moved his Shoe and Canvas repair shop in the basement of the Post Office from the Bartlett's Turkey Bldg. Mr Hammond recently returned from a winter's visit in Florida and Maryland with his brothers and sisters. The famous Otto Baganz of Wisconsin will give a concert of Sacred music on the harp, Frday evenng, May 3 at 8 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church east of Titonka. David A. Honken has recently been discharged from 3 years with the United States Army. He spent 16 months in Korea where he was dispatcher of transportation vehicles. Before receiving •his discharge at Fort Riley, Kan., he had been serving with the 16th Infantry as a Company Supply Clerk. David is a graduate of the Titonka High School with the class of 1953 and is the son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Honken of, Titonka. Fire Damages Livermore Home , . Fire Monday .morning damaged the roof at the Presbyterian parsonage at Livertnore.,Sparks from the chimney were believed the cause of the fire. The home is not used as a parsonage at present, but is occupied by the Carl Olson family. The church is being supplied by Rev. J. Paul Stevens of LuVerne. The Livermore volunteer fire department brought the blaze under control. CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! You Plant Corn-Think of Picking Time Yes, when you plant seed com, you actually think forward 4o harvest time,,, and the corn crop your seed will produce. So it's mighty important that you plant reliable seed com that gives you extra yields and easy jjickjng, Whatever the season — wet, dry, or perfect — you can depend on Pioneer to yield the maximum corn your weather and soil can produce. Pioneer is known throughout the Corn Belt for its depend* ability and extra high yields. Plant PIONEER Seed Corn R. [ t Mowctitey -,,,,,^,,_ ------ Algona C t |«Hfy ^i*^^. ----- ,^,.,,,, Algpna $tf v«$y .,.,_._„___,_„ Algona ., Swea City Local Pioneer .Salesman LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft John Cotton entertained two of his fraternity brothers, Charles Martin of Sun Ray, Texas and Bob Dare of Spirit Lake, on Monday. Mr and Mrs James Thul of Ames and Cletes Quinn were Easter dinner guests at the parental Jack Quinn home. Mr and Mrs George Kissner and family. Mr and Mfs Albert Schmidt spent Easter Sunday in Fcnton at the home of Mrs Margaret Kissner. Marlys Jentz of Fenton was a Sunday dinner guest Easter Day at the George B. Loftg'home. Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth entertained for Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs George Alke, Mrs Anna Alke, Mr and Mrs John Alke, Mr and Mrs Bud Alke, Eddie and Kathleen, all of Titonka, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig. Mr and Mrs Howard Biert$e<St attended the SOth anftiversary of the Ladies Aid at SI John'j Lu- therap church. ,**»* LolS Meyer retttrrtpAtb sehodl, at Briar Cliff Colllff Stiftdaf; after visiting h« parents, the Frank Meyers. Sunday evening callers at the Frank Meyer home were Mr and Mrs A. J Meyer and Mr and Mrs Gatfy Meyer of Ringsted. Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Stevie and Cherry, 'Mrs AUwyn Lodkj? wood aftct Paula, Mrs FtanWifi Mueller, Nickle, John and Stan*, ley were guests Last Monday afternoon at the Howard Bierstedt hom<? in honor of CheryPs second birthday. Wednesday, afternoon Kathryn Bierstedt er*» tertained the girls of her class in- honor of her 8th birthday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family called Sunday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home to help their son Terry celebrate his third birthday. » Dr. and Mrs LeRoy Henrickson, Glenn and Paul of Armstrong were supper guests Sunday at the Gerald Radig home. Alex Radig of Fenton, who is a patient at Northwestern hospital at Minneapolis, underwent surgery last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Bob Mortis and Mike of Grandville, la. sftent tht Weekend rrere With the WiUard Thompson and Wayne Lynch families. Mr find Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family spent Sunday at Fredrickttmrg. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, and Jerry Jensen Spent all day Sunday in Osage. Iowa at the Leslie Johnson home. 'Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and family of Lone ftock, Mr and Mrs .Hugh Lewis and family of Lakota were Sunday callers at the Wilfred Radig home. Mrs Don Blanchard and Craig, Mrs Leo Ramus and Larry, Paul Geltzenauer, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt ^attended the concert in Algona Wednesday evening at the high School. Mrs W. J. Cotton attended the Mother-Daughter Banquet in Algona Thursday evening at the Congregational church as a guest &; her mother, Mrs H. E. Morgan. -Mrs David Beck Sr. and David Beck had as supper guests Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer. Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett were dinner guests Sun* day of the Harlan Blanchard family. Mr and Mr* Fred Rasmussen of Renwick Were dinner and supper guests Sunday of the Fred Genrich's. M& Genrlch Wa« a guest Wednesday afternoon at the Friendly Neighbor club which met at the Owen Befhow residence. Mrs Delmar Angus, Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, Mfs Duane Chfistenson all of Burt called Tuesday afternoon, at the Ruth Krueger home. P.W.O. will meet May 2nd at the church parlors with the following ladies serving: Mesdames Don Houck, Ray Bierle, Joe Gulf bertson, Merton Larson, Clarence Martin and Miss Neva Thompson. Mrs Milton Madison will have the program. SHOT Robert Johnson of Manly received a thigh wound from a .22 rifle recently, as he and Richard Schmidt were inspecting the rifle. The bullet passed clear through his leg. 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