The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 9, 1957
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WHITTEMORE PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS 1957 GRADUATING SENIOR CLASSES PWl&'mR, vtctos > : if. . iV, . * *' * i i Photos By Woltz Studio, Des Moines Genelli Studio Photos * ••• • ^r^'^w'^^'r^^r^^fr^s-^^f^ »'5 THESE PICTURES SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING WHITTEMORE FIRMS ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 195? Miss Mogler Of Whittemore Bride Apr. 28 Whiftemote — At Methodist church in Algona. Sunday afternoon. April 28 at 2:30, Jeanette Mogler, daughter of Mr and, Mrs Sam Mogler of Whittemore, and Aurel Montgomery, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Montgomery of Sabctha, Kan., were united in marriage in a double ring cere- mony. Rev. Harry E. Whyte officiated. Mrs Robert Montgomery accompanied by Darlene Engstrom, sang "1 Love You Truly", and the "Lord's Prayer". The bride was attractive in a white chantilly lace nylon and tulle dress over satin, styled with a V-neckline and standing collar. The bodice was close fitting with long pointed sleeves. Her bouffant ballerina length skirt of lace was fashioned with front panels of pleated tulle. Her veil was hip length and was caught up with a wreath of spring flowers. She carried a bouquet of pink tea roses and stephonitis with white satin streamers on a white Bible. Mildred Mogler attended her sister as bridesmaid. Carol WHITTEMORE HATCHERY PRODUCE Wayne Feeds , Hy-Line Chicks ' Jamesway Equipment For Over 40 Years SWANSON'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Everything/To Furnish Your Home WHITTEMORE AUTO SERVICE Osiwald & Zimmerman General Repairing — Body & Fender Work HAROLD SCHUMACHER RCA Television & Radio Sales & Service Appliances & Photo Supplies Compliments of WHITTEMORE FARMERS CREAMERY WHITTEMORE IMPLEMENT CO. A Good Place To Oo Business Phone Whittemore 3)91 % FARMERS STATE BANK of WHITTEMORE SAFETY • COUBT6SY t SERVICE Radiantly lovely . • . ethereal as tha dawn in her gossamer wedding gown . . . the summer bride captures the romance of the ages ... is the cynosure of all eyes a Gift from SHARP'S JEWELRY OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY is the true and complete source of information for all who wish to 'gift the bride' ... for in Sharp's Bridal Registry is noted down the Bride's preference as to pattern and style in sterling, china, glassware. Likewise, our Bridal Registry shows, in brief, "just what gift will most please a particular bride." At Sharp's Jewelry are to be found the most cherished and glorious names in bridal gifts . . . famous brands like Towle and Lenox tnat are the prime choice of brides everywhere. So drop in and discover, from our Bridal Registry, what your favorite bride would like most for a wedding gift! We Love To Answer Questions About brides . . . about their silver or china patterns, whether they need more place settings, or which serving pieces are required to complete their sets. And we extend friendly, personal help in your choice of a gift, at the price you want to pay. JY ; ] VOL. 94 - NO. 19 Many Wesleyans Attend Last Rites, Julius Studer "Miss fiurt" For Bond Festival MISS HURT—The band of Hurt High School has chosen Arlyce Johnson to be their queen representative in the North Iowa Band Festival. She is a senior and the daughter of Mrs Oscar Johnson. Her inteersts in school have included band, girls glee club, mixed chorus, basketball, softball, newspaper staff, and she is secretary of the senior class. She also has served as the student secretary of the hot lunch program. Arlyce sings in the church choir and quartet and is Luther League president. Montgomery attended his brother as best man. Ruth Ann Mogler, sister of the bride, and Jane Montgomery, a niece of the 'bridegroom, were candlelighters. Ushers were Marvin Mogler and Dick Hankins. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in Whittemore. A four tiered wedr ding cake which adorned the bride's table was cut by Mrs Dick Hankins and Lucinda Mogler. Mrs Feed ..Williams jsetved the coffee'Snd Mrs Carol Montgomery served the punch. Caroline Ban-, wart served the ice cream. Mrs Erwin Gerber was hostess. Tray carriers were Marilyn Schmidt, Marian Gerber, Joyce Sanders, Diane Grimm and Karen Metzger. Others who assisted were Mrs Walter Zaugg, Mrs George Bruellemann, Mrs Mogler, Mrs Chris Schmidt, Mrs Walter Banwart, Mrs George Sanders and Mrs Fred-Traub Sr. served the cafeteria supper. Those in charge of the gifts were Mrs Martin Esslinger, Mrs John Scuffham and Mrs Carl Meyer. Mrs Ernest Erickson was in charge of the guest book. The bride attended the Whittemore public school and grad^ uated with the class of 1953. Since her graduation she has been employed in Sebetha, Kan. Mr Montgomery attended the schools in Sebetha, Kan., and following his graduation he served in the army in Korea and since his discharge from service he has been farming with his father. Upon their return home they will live on a farm near Berwick, Kansas. Wesley — Many Wesleyans attended the funeral of Julius G. Studer, 66, at St. Mary's Catholic church at Corwith Thursday morning, May 2. Rev. A. P. White, former St. Mary's pastor, and Rev. O'Toole officiated with burial in St. Peter and Paul's cemetery at West Bend. The Blake Funeral Home of LijVerne was in charge of arrangements. Mr Studer was an uncle of Herman, August and Joe Studer of Wesley. Immediate relatives who survive him includes his wife, two sons, George of LuVerne and Henry of Rock Island, 111; two daughters, Mrs Bernadette Wille of Rock Island and Mrs Monica Con way of Salt Lake City, Utah; four brothers, Nathan, 'Eramus, Martin and Magnus; two sisters^ Mrs Elizabeth Weimmer and Mr9 Katherine O'Shounessey and eight grandchildren. • Pallbearers were John Bockes, Charles Hinkel, Herman Studer, Joe Studer, Maynard Yeoman, Harold Neilspn, Sr., George Gray and Max Sloan. Mr Studer was killed when the car in which he was riding collided with a car driven by Karl H. Johnson, 21, of Algona about 4:30 Sunday afternoon at 'the Lou Lickteig corner southwest of Wesley. The Studer car was headed south and the Johnson car east at the time. The other occupants of the car were all injured and were taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona. They include Mrs Julius Studer, 66; Erasmus Studer and his wife of Clarion. ' ' Julius Gregory Studer was born at St. Benedict Sept.- 15, 1890 and lived his entire life in the St. Benedict, LuVerne and Corwith area. He farmed many years before retiring to Corwith about nine years ago. Dr .and Mrg Paul Warner and children returned home Wednesday evening from Des Moines where they had been four days, He attended a medical convention and , the family visited friends. , Mrs Sophia HUdman and. Beatrice, Mrs Wm. Foertsch and Rose,, , Mrs. P. C v Haynes and Angelina Foertsch 7 went to West Bend Wednesday to attend a party in the, hoipe, of Mrs Irene (Foert'sch) Kuyper arid family. 'Mr and "Mrs James Hopes and family of Oskaloosa spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs Charles Price and family. Mr and Mrs Glenn - Gabrielson and Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and their families -were Sunday, April 28 dinner guests in tha Swen Larson home in Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kay took their daughter and sister Ellen back to studies at St. Mary's Academy, Milwaukeei Saturday, April 27. She had spent a week's Easter vacation at home. The Loebig's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and Mary Sue of Forest City, accompanied them. Mrs Everett Ackerson and twins, Debbie and Denny were honored at a shower Tuesday evening, April 30, in the Studer hall. Mary Lou Studer and Mary Cink were hostesses. Traveling bingo was played after which a delicious, lunch was served, AIGONA.IOWA G&n Society can win the buttle of the budget if you'll SAVE BEFORE YOU Tty Yourself Rrst year tavtefi occognl ««fr/ oi ftw^J were eat of your own crtcDten. "Pay" »/ promptly and regyJafly tv*? month, jutf es yov wpvld do your regular billi, and MO fof yovrtetf bow vtry much a BM>d«U •fl*y-to*poy" can glvo you -^ood bow tMttf Home Federal Sovingi & Loan Awoeiotion AlOONA, IPWA AU OojwtU* Iawwrt4 To 116^96 Originally Orgooittd J917

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