The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Atgana (la.) Upper »« Molne*-J tliwrtdtly, June 6, 195? The Newcomers Club and guests will have a buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Country Club. Dancing will begin at 8:30 and a special attraction will be featured at 9 o clock. Bridge Hesfw* Mrs Jack Stevens was hostess to her bridge club. members Monday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Robert Scott. Mrs Joan Wilch and Mrs Stevens, high, second high and low, respectively. Arnold Reilly Weds A former resident of this area, Arnold J. Reilly, and LaVerne M. Sangl were married in a solemn mass at Our Lady of Victory Catholic church at Compton, Calif. May 4, at 10 a.m. Rev. Vincent Flynn officiated. The bride was attired' in a full- length nylon tulle and lace tiered gown with Mother of Pearl medaglias adorning the bodice and a lace train. She carried a cascade of white carnations surrounding a white orchid. She was given away by her brother, Jerome F. Sangl. A reception was held after the ceremony for 125 guests. The newlyweds spent their honeymoon at Carmel by the Sea and are now residing at Compton, where the groom is employed. Slag Scheduled A ladies stag will be held a the Algona Country Club, begin ning with dinner at 6:45 p.m Wednesday, June 12. Reserve tioris must be in by noon Tues day, June 11. Cards will provide the evening's entertainment. Mrs Leo Cas^el and Mrs Marie Hawcott are co-chuirmen of the event. House Warming Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allefc were given a house warming last week Tuesday evening by members of the Square Dance club. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Lyle Anderson, Mr and Mrs William Bestenlehner, Mi and Mrs Kyle Keith, Mr and Mrs James Kolp, Mr and Mrs Beryl Priebe, Mr and Mrs' Dwaine Lighter, Mr and Mrs Milton Will and the caller Augie Rebhuhn of Albert City. The honorees were presented with a gift and the guests provided the refreshments. Wed July 17 Mr and Mrs John L. Haupert announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joan, shown here, to Mr Merlin Mertz, son of Mrs Justine Mertz of Algona. The wedding will take place July 17, at St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft. The bride-to-be is empolyed by the Security State Bank and Mr Mertz by the A.S.C. Imhoff-Speich Wedding At Ottosen May 28 Ottosen — Karen Kay Imhoff, daughter of Mr and Mrs Boyd Imhoff of Rolfe, and Robert James Speich, son of Mr and Mrs Antone Speich of Ottosen, were married in the Lutheran church parsonage at Ottosen by the Rev. Harold Mountain, Tuesday, May 28, at 3 p.m. Attendants were Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Algona. The bride wore a mint green dacron dress with white accessories and had a corsage of red rose buds. Following the ceremony the wedding party and parents had a 5:30 dinner at Treloar Inn at Ft. Dodge. The couple will make their home in Algona where the bridegroom is employed. Mrs W. H. Wehrspann, who has been a surgical patent at the University Hospital in Iowa City, returned home Monday. Robert Lee of Tulsa, Okla. has concluded a three week visit here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth visited her mother, Mrs Raymond Loos, who is a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge, Sunday evening. Carie Sue Jacobson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, observed her first birthday June 2. Mr and Mrs Nels Ellingson of Forest City were Wednesday visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and family gathered with other members of the family at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Demro at Nashua Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family visited Friday evening at the M. O. Kinseth home in Algona to help Tommy Kinseth celebrate his first birthday. On Monday, May 27, Olvin Haug observed his birthday and guests that evening were the M. O. Kinseths of Algona, the Richard Kinseth family and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth. Mr and Mrs Earl Long were visitors at the Arnold Bratland home at Bode, May 23, to help their grandson Bruce celebrate his first birthday. « Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Beverly King and Vickie attended a Dasen family picnic at the Harry Dasen home at Bode Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Edward Van Bank and Jane of Rolfe and Mrs Essie Cooper were Memorial Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs Caroline Telford. Attend Shower i_ Mrs James Allen, Mrs Nellie Van Allen, Mrs Esther Benson and Mrs Alice Sanders, of Britt attended the shower Sunday afternoon at St. Joe for Sharon Kay O'Brien, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien. Hubert is a cousin of the women. Miss O'Brien's marriage to Eugene Lcmkee will take place today, June 6. Rites For Mrs Larson, 93, At Wesley May 29 Wesley — Funeral services were held in the Evangelical Free church Wednesday afternoon, . May 29, for Mrs Lena Larson, 93. She is survived by two sons: Leonard at home, Arthur of Buffalo Center, and three daughters: Mrs (Hilma) Axel Carlson of Burt, Mrs (Cora) Frank Johnson of Wesley, and Mrs Ruth Johnson of Britt. Church Course Ends A group of 15 young people of the Methodist church concluded a 6 month course of study under the leadershio of Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb. They were received into membership June 2 in an impressive ceremony with their .parents present and taking part in the service. The young folks were Joan Lucille Ward, Marilyn Louise Quinn, Ardith Kay Eden, Mavis Joy Nygaard, Linde Kay Detmering, Sheryll Janette Harr, Diane Dee Newbrough, Leslie Judith Pearson, Leland Dale Pearson, Clinton Eden, Christ Nygaard, Richard Gary Smith, Elvin Ray Meyers, Edgar E. Meyers, Edwin Lee Meyers. Also Mrs Curtis Quinn on Reaffirmation of Faith. New Lions Officers The Lions met Wednesday evening. Frank Bleich was elected president; Bill Koppen, vice president and Jim Olson, Tail Twister. Bob Lawson, who is employed in St. Louis, gave a very interesting talk. Weekly Concerts Band Concerts will be presented by the High School Band every Saturday night on Main street for 10 weeks. Karen Lavrenz Of Burt Gets Scholarship I Burt — Karen Lavrenz, shown here, who was graduated from the Burt Community school last month received a Student Aid Scholarship of $640 over a period of four years given by Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Karen, oldest daughter of Roland Lavrenz was active in basketball, was a member of the school band and was in vocal groups. She was also salutator- an of her calss. Pool Open June 9 The swimming pool has been repaired and filled with water and, weather permitting, will be opened Sunday, June 9. Red Cross swimming lessons will start June 10 under the direction of Billy Loebig, assisted ' by Julia Raney and Ellen Root and others. Mary Tjaden completed her first year of teaching home economics at Spencer last week and has signed a contract for next year. Annette Becker Recently Wed At Bancroft Bancroft — In a double ring ceremony performed by Father Sdmond Adams, Annette Becker, iautjhter of Mr and Mrs Jame? Becker, became the bride of Icoree Kockler, son of Mr and VTrs Walter Kockler, in St. John's atholic Church recently. Aco- oytes were James Goche. Tony "chiltz, Donuld Schiltz and Dickie Schiltz. The bride, given in marriage '.y her father, wore a gown of vhite chiffon with full sleeves, nd short train. Her veil was of et held in place with a crown tudded with sequins. She was attended by Patty Vaske, iriend of the bride, as matron of honor and Barbara Kockler, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. The bride carried a bouquet of red roses. The bridegroom was attended by Harold Kockler, brother, and Marvin Becker, brother of the bride. Ushers were Gene Elsbecker and Paul Kocklev. - ; .± A breakfast was served immediately following the ceremony. Dinner was served at St. John's Hall with a reception at the bride's home. In the evening they entertained their friends at a wedding dance in the Bancroft Ballroom. First Mass Rev. Francis Nemmers, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Nemmers of Bancroft, was ordained to the Sacred Priesthood by his Excellency, Most Rev. Joseph M. Mueller, D.D., Bishop of Sioux City Saturday, June 1, at the Cathedral of the Epiphany. Father Nemmers celebrated his First Solemn High Mass in St. John's Catholic Church Tuesday, June 4 at ten Father Nemmers completed education at St. John's School. After graduation he attended St. John's University at Collygeville, Minn, and receiver! his degree from Loras College, Dubuque. He completed his theological training at Saint Bernard Seminary in Dubuque. Mrs Paul Mulligan, Daniel and Phyllis, Roger Fox of Minneapolis and Mrs Herb Trenary of Ledyard attended graduation at Loras College in Dubuque where Robert Mulligan, son of Mr and Mrs Mulligan was one of the class. Mr and Mrs Kenny Mulligan are the parents of a son born Sunday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The little boy has one sister. RIVERDAIE RANCH Hwys. 17 & 18 EMMETSBURG, IOWA SAT. NITE, June 8 SUN. AFTERNOON, JUNE 9 Admission $1.00 Children 12*15 50c Children Under 12 Free (23) (CONSUMERS FIRESIDE MARSH* MALLOWS PKGS. FOR Regularly 29c Pet Bag PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 25 "• 1.89 FRESH-BAKED COFFEE CAKES Richly Frosted CONSUMERS! HUNT' Peaches 'CONSUMERS! Apr LARGE NO. 2 Vi SIZE CANS HERSHEYS CHOCOLATE CHIPS ig G-A-U-0-N Buys! PEACHES, gallon 98c APRICOTS, gallon .... 1.09 PRUNES, gallon 69c 3-LB. 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