The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1954
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» ' " " •- • ' ' ..- • Carole Gengler Is June 15 Bride, Whittemore Nuptials St. Michael's Catholic, church Was the setting of .a 'wedding Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. when Carole Gengler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Oengler of[ WsKittemore, became the bride of -Wmdrd Ristau, son of Mr and? '.Mrs' 'Arthur Ristau of Algona..3 Wifj.tiride, given in mariage by; heft fktKer,- was attractive in ;a, 'Write "statin, gown with chantilly lic'e arfftfty'lbhaiet, with fittedi bodice '; arid- scooped neckline and Hong F*en;cri; sleeves.. Her gown'was .Buttons ;to?beltf-w the waist fine ,-with 4ulJ length buffant skirt with' a 'short' train. She carried a .colbnial Jjbuguet: of flowers. Her bridesmaids were Roseanne Bormahn, and Mary Jo Thilges, './•'- . ->; The groom; was, attended by James Dtoengle and Joseph Rahm both cousins of (He groom, from St.. Cloud, Minn. Jeanne Garman was flower girl • and. • Tommy Ristau, brother : of ;the bridegfoom was ring" bearer; - Mass servers were John . : Mosbach and Jack McDonnell. .Ralph; Gengler and Wayne Garrjifin. were usners. A their; relatives and • friends was" held at the Plantation Dining Room , and a . wedding dance was .also 1 at the Plantation in the evening. :s j>,. • A reception; was .held at the home of trie bride's parents in the afternoon. f .' I : ' "•!••' The bride; graduated with the class in 1953 ;at Presentation Academy hvWhittemore, and the groom graduated with the class of 1953 at St. Cecelia's at Algona. Following a short wedding trip they will be at home in Eagle :'•. I ;',1 rji ' j'"1-. v .-* t': i Grove,-. wh'efe\tlk ;bridefercibW 'is employed wlthHhe; NoMwesteh} Kaiu'daU '^t'H -'i\'- M' •£ 1 * "S * i' Aaijii^^i ' i '' '"' • ? 45th Anniversary • • f '• ' J| x . t '•Mr' and Mrs 'Richard Pottatl will observe their 45th wedding anniversary on Thursday, June 24. They will, have open houst from two to four in the afternoon at their home on highway 44 t\yd blocks i south of main street. In the evening they'will gather at the Lutheran church Basement with their immediate family and relatives and close frienqs where a dinner' will be served. Mr and Mrs Potratz were married June 24, 1909 in Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek by the Rev Martin. Fuerstanau, moving to their farm southeast-of Letts' Creek, where they farmed for 31 years when 'they retired from the farm and, moved to Whlttemdre' in : 1940 to 'establish their home. They are the parents of seven' children. Herbert and Martin Potratz 01 Whittemore, Alvin and Edna, Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl of Lotts Creek, Arthur of Denispn and Delores, Mrs John Hopkins .of Algona, and •Bertha, Mrs Lor?n Barker of which she graduated. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and Mr and Mrs Harold Kue'oker left early last Sunday morning for Canada where they will spend a ten day fishing vacation. .•; K , Fraiali ':E|se{e. 'was the; Iqdky winner 6f ! a-, "combination ;'rjatiio and phonograph sponsored by; the eek !Saturday( j. EftiS?t^fltardWare store.- l|r ahd; Mrs i ! Gltarle| ''Seyjriqur of Madisbh,' Rebr.lwer,e v wfeek*o'no callers on old frierids here. Mr Seymcfur was the former Municipal Light Plant Superintendent. They, also attended the wedding of] their niece, Miss Carole Gengler and Willard Ristau Tuesday morning. ' ' A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom at Burt, Monday evening, June 14 to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Ollom. Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs "Ellsworth Heidenwith, and son Lyle.jMr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances anit son Danny, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and son David, and Mrs Raymond Voigt and son David and'daughter Patricia of Whittemore,'Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt EWald Voigt and Rosella Voigt of Algona. tlTONKANEWl WHITTEM6RE, IOWA Friday, June 25 Eddie Skeets, Sunday,-June 27 EDDIE ALLEN Friday, July 2 BABE WAGNER Sunday, ,44ly 4th VANCE^DIXON Friday, July 9 ANDY DOLL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Mr and Mrs Clarence Bergeson and daughter Janet returned home Tuesday evening after a vacation at the Badlands in South Dakota. Mr Bergeson is station agent at the Milwaukee depot here- ,. Whittemore and its comrriunity are very fortunate. Three of its towns most educated professors are doing-' professional painting during school' vacation; , Both Francis Slagle and James Young, supt. arid principal at the Public School and Ruben Butzke, principal of St Paul's Lutheran school can handle and do • prolessiona work. •••'•'.'• ' ; -, • 'Riith Braatz is Visiting at the 'home'df her sister'and family Rev and Mrs Erwin ,Vaudt. at Aitkin, Minn. • • • Thomas Dunphy returned home from the Veterans hospital at Des Moines,' Tuesday, where he h'ad a 'check-lip. , : Mr-arid Mrs Hugo Faulstich, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, M r and Mrs Otto'Bell, Mr and Mrs-William Rdeber, and Mr. and Mrs William Meyer Sr. attended the wedding and reception' of Lois Gade and Paul Meyer > at Peace Lutheran church at West Bend, Sunday evening, June 20. Miss Gade is the 'daughter of Mr and Mrs -E., Gade of West Bend, and Mr Meyer is the son of Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Ottosen. . Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely, and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke attended the funeral of Helen Maahs, 32, held at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Emmetsburg, Friday afternoon. Miss Maahs was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs of Emmetsburg, who were former Whittemore residents. Miss Maahs was born onta farm her$'and attended the Lutheran school and also the Whittemore Public School from A baby boy'was born, to and Mrs Dan Wubben at the Buffalo Center hospital -iTihUrsday, June 10. i i.r^.-; {'(:'• Carol Ann SWan has. been spending the week at the Wijlard Charleston home at Forest City. Mr and Mrs Raymond Rippen.r trop are parents of a daughter born Thursday, June 10 at the Buffalo Center hospital. The ;iitle girl has been named Inez Lee. "Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove went to St Louis Thursday to attend the graduation exercises of their son Sylvester who graduated Friday from the School of Morticians. Sylvester graduated with top honors ,of a class of 22 students. He' will serve his internship^ at the Hamilton Funeral Home in Algona, and in July*will take his. state board : test hi Des Moines. Mrs Neil Michaelson is a patient at Buffalo Center hospital where she underwent major surgery .Tuesday.. .-.;•. , i ;• . Jim Thacker is spending . his vacation with his sister : and husband Mr and Mrs Art Peterson of Webster City and Bob Thacker is spending a week' with his, brother and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker Jr of Swea City.' The boys are sons of Mr 'arid Mrs P. Thacker, Sr. ,' , , . / J. L. Intermill, 'Elmer Peterson and Henry "Van H6ve returned Thursday .from.*trip ,in northern Minnesota. Th not have any fish, but they did have a lot of fish stories. Mrs Elmer Peterson entertained her 500 club^Thursday afternoon. Barbara Rippentrop and Stella Peterson were guests. High prize was won by Eleanor Sachau, 2nd high by Barbara Ripentrop, and low by Ollie Bruns. Travel prize was won by Dorothy Hans. Mr and Mrs Fred Thacker and Mr and Mrs Louis Nath are on a fishing trip in northern Minn Delicious Smell? Only St Joe 4-H Baking Things •'§£ Joe.— Sniff,, Sniff, Sniffl W,hatf is tHat delicious smell? ^tfly la: 'group bfJcheerful River- &t*' Rustler "Baking Bread. 1 ' jLjaelj member made a loaf of brifrfd, sweet rolls or clover leafs, totaling' 25 paris of sweet rolls; 3 loafs of bread and 4 pans clover leafs. The baking was done at a. recent meeting. Hostesses were Carol Wagner, Lois and Nancy Willfong. Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Club will hold their ipicriic on 'July 5 with the St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club, in Algona. ; Injury To Foot •; i Darrel Frideres, oldest son 0} Mrs Susie Frideres had the misfortune Saturday to accidently step on a sharp object and suffered a severe gash in'his foot while taking on a little barefoot walk. . '•.'•"';"•• Fractures Collarbone Nickie Erpeiding, : son "of'.'Mr/ and Mrs Alvin . Erpeiding, had the misfortune, on, Saturday .to -fall while; playing .and "fracture his•-coll|irbqneV. • ' I... ; , ; .Mrs Marcel Reding of near St. Benedict.was pleasantly surprised oh Sunday in'her.hOme wh,en; relatives carrie with failed lunch baskets and dinner and supper was ser.ved. The occasion Was in observance df;- her 'birthday and also Mrs Will Reding's. Guests were Mr and Mrs Mike Arnd6r- fer and family, of St. Benedict, Mr and Mrs Jerry Oxley and daughter of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Will Reding, Mr and Mrs frahk. Stattlemann and' family 'of' here and -Mr and .Mi's Vernon Kramer and {daughter of Livermore. A'Garmahn family reunion was held Saturday, June 20, Fathers' Day at the Albert Garmann ; home at Wells, Minn, ,. : ; !, - ' , ; Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph's officers held a -meeting on Monday; evening at tKe home of Mrs Adeline.;,Wagner, fintirti- 1VTtir'r»i nn *i '. f ' friends. A reception was Held, itt the afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Quinn and the h 1 e w 1 y w e d s entertained their friends at a dance Jn .the Legion ballroom in the evening. After a wedding trip to Denver, they will be at home in Bftrtcfjlft. ' Mrs Bess Murray and-son Jimmy and Mrs Mae Lattimer left Friday for Denver, Colo., wherw Jimmy will enter the armed forces. Mrs Murray and Mrs Lattimer will spend several days sightseeing before their return. Barbara DeOeeter was hostess fo the Blue and White Crusaders at her home on Saturday, June 12. Plans were made for Achivement Day to be held in August, Marlene Ferguson gave a talk. A demonstration was given by Jean Ann Rahe and Gail Elsbecker. Marianne Nurre and Jean Ann Rahe reported on their trip to camp. Mrs T. R. Doocy, .Elmore, came Thursday and is helping to care for her mother who is ill. • Dr and Mrs Leonelli left V/ecl nesday for Seattle,' Wash., where they will make their new home. Mr and Mrs Leonelli spent two weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Roman Ricke and family. Kenneth McSuire, George Merrill, Cletus Dorr and James Fox spent the weekend fishing In Minnesota. , Juns 2% 1954 Algona (la.) Upp»» DM ' ' LuVemeGMs Now Corporal U.S. FORCES, KQREA—Galon A. Heinkel, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Heinkel, Route 2, Lu. Yerne, Iowa, was recency prompted to Army corporal while serving in Korea with the 92d Ffeld Artillery Searchlight Battery. Corporal Heinkel is a section chief in the battery which, during the Korean conflict, provided illumination for UN forces at night and which is currently training to remain at peak efficiency. Heinkel entered the Army .In November 1952 and arrived overseas last June. He was formerly employed by the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. LAKOTA"NiWS Wednesday June 16 the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau enjoyed a picnic supper at the Charles Qutkriecht^horhe. — Rev and Mrs H. Krause drove to Spirit Lake Sunday and Re\y Krqse had a 1 part in the instaHa- tiqrj service for his ti°V sin « ^v Bqrj Swede as pastor of the Spirit L^fi Presbyterian. $hur£h. Mr and Wrs A. W.'Behrends guests at the Jerry Heetland Home, other supper guests were Miss Hannah tteetland and the VernOn Smith and Wayne Heet- l*nd lantilifes. • . ' ••/••',.' . -- » -.„, i ,.... of ; Algona were Sunday afternoon OfM Ct|g^flcdil ?*y ff **•' ' h ' ''•"•''' ,'l '"•••""'" • - ' ' " I . ' .. . " ' ... ' , - Muscian. Margaret Quinri Bride June 15, Leo Arndorfer Bancroft— Miss Margaret Quinn became the bride of Leo M. Arndorfer in a ceremony performed in St. John's Church at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, by Rev J. H Schultes. Mr and Mrs Ed Gocl brother in law and sister of th' bride were the attendants. 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