The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 36
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6—A!§ono (la.) Upper DCS Maine* Thursday, July 7, 1955 Garry Elberf Wed Emmetsburg Girl, June 18 Whitlemore — Vivi;m Thompson, daughter of Mrs A lift Thompson of Emmetsbur.u ant Gary Klbert. son of Mr and Mr. John M. Farrell of Whittemore were united in a double ring ceremony, Saturday irmrning, .Tunt 18. at 8:30 in Assumption Catholic church in Emmetsburi; Monsifiii'ir W . F. Mason official in.y at the nuptial mass. Pat Ryan nnd Michael Youil.^wirth served as acolytes. Mary Hermann played the wedding man-h and accompanies Delores Hanimes wild Leo lied dinner, friends of the bride. \vh> sang. "On This Day Oh Beauti- !ul Mother"; "Ave Maria": "O Lord I'm Not Worthy"; anr" At Your Feet I'm "Mother Kneeling, Given brother. in marriage by her John Thompson, the bride was attractive in a floor length gown of white net over satin. The fitted bodice featured a peter-pan collar and the long sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. Tiny buttons extended down the hack of the dress. Her fingertip veil of illusion net was attached to a crown cap trimmed with sequins and pearls. On her pra\er book she carried red roses with white streamers. Miss Colleen Farrell, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and Miss Jeanie Truck of Truesdale. a niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Jerry Thompson, brother of the bride, was best man. James Thul of Whittemore was groomsman. Emmet Thompson, brother of the bride, and Milo Kollasch, cousin of the bridegroom from Algona were ushers. A reception attended by more than 200 relatives and friends was held in the St. Thomas parish hall immediately following the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a wedding cake, which was cut by Mrs John Mosbach of Whittemore and Janette Egan. The bride is a graduate of Emmetsburg Catholic high and following her graduation was employed at the J. C. Penney store in Emmetsburg. The bridegroom graduated from Presentation in Whittemore and served in the navy for four years and at present is employed with Clete Elbert of Algona. At present they are living in Whittemore. Mrs Amanda Ruhnke, Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnke, Mr and Mrs William Hanover Jr. and family, and Mr and Mrs Earl Steier and family attended the Peril re- Mor-Gro Buys Algona WESLEY NEWS * * Mr and Mrs Guy Kuyper and son Lyle. of West Bend were Sundny guests in the Mrs Theresa Foorlseh home. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and family «f Clarion spent Sunday ,n the Mrs Viola Studer home. Sis! or M. Gertrude Ann of Smith Bencl,_Ind. came July 5 to visit her mother, Mrs Mary Otis, ,md other relatives. Mrs Francis Iliuiptman and family of Tuscon. Ai'i/. arc expected to arrive in (he Otis iiomc on July 9 and the _:rnup will then go to St. Paul to visit Sister M. Immaculate, the .cirmi'i 1 Fidelis Otis. Mi- and Mrs Arden Havland md three daughters of Minneapolis spent July 1-5 with her sis- U'i-, Mrs George Ricke and fain :ly. Martin Hamilton will go to Waterloo July 9, to get. his wife, ,vhn is spending this week with ier sister, Mrs Ed Thissen and Inc. garage. This building, located on Diagonal street in Algona, was purchased recently by Mor-Gro, 1 It house* oilites tor Mor-Gro and Western Buyeis, and a building located behind it serves as a gart _ The property formerly housed the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory, and the office building was the first fire-resistant structure erected in Algona. Barney Frank!, Mor-Gro official, announced the purchase last week. . union at the Adolph Pert! home in Fenton Sunday evening. The occasion was in honor of Mr and Mrs Homer Wahl and family of Beaver. Perm.; Mr and Mrs Henry Theesfield and family of Howard, Wis. and "Mr and Mrs Martin Peril and family who spent the past three years in Austria. Mr and Mrs Carl Reed and family spent, the weekend at tht Bruce Spencer -home at Wells, Minn, and Sunday they and Mr and Mrs John Marty of here attended a Marty reunion at Easton, Minn. A birthday party was held Thursday afternoon in honor of Kevin O'Brien on his fifth birthday at the Edmund O'Brien home. His guests were Leonard, David, Ann and Mary Loe- bacli, Jimmie, Donnie, Mary Ann and Patty Fickbohm, Mrs josepn Loebach Jr. and Mrs Maurice Fickbohm. The Whittemore Boy Scout troop met Friday night at the Legion Hall. They took a hike to the creek east of town for games and entertainment. Upon their return to the hall they were questioned and brushed up on the laws of the Scouts. They will take a ten-mile hike this Friday to the Ambrose Call park where they will camp out over night •'nd return Saturday morning. The membership now is 41. A lamily reunion of the chil- ''ren of Mr and Mrs Theodore Keene was held Sunday at the parental home. It has been over 22 years since the family has been all together. Present were their children: Mr and Mrs Clifton Keene and daughter Patricia, from San Francisco, Cal.: Mrs Dorothy Brown and son Charles, from Marshall, Mo.: Mr and Mrs Robert Hanley and family from Church Falls,' Mr and Mrs Lawrence Keene and family, Worthington, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Henry Geilenfeld and sons of Algona; Mr and Mrs Burdett Johannsen and family of Spencer: Mr and Mrs Casper Keene, Mr and Mrs Joseph Keene and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Keene and family, Leona Potter and Pete Keene of Whittemore. Clifton left Whitlemore in 1933 and this is the first time he has been back to see his parents and old friends. Theresa Busherfeld accompanied Evelyn and Amelda Busher- feld of Fort Dodge to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Monday to take their brother. James Busherfeld, who spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Anthony | Busherfeld. On their return trip, home they will visit the Ozarks for several days and also visit with relatives at Dubuque before coming home. Dr. and Mrs James Chambers of Des Moines are visiting at the home of Mrs Chambers' mother, Mrs Anna Bauman, and other relatives in the vicinity. Mr and Mrs Donald Hulburt of Iowa Falls nnd Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke. Mr and Mrs Oscar Schattsch neicler of Davenport visited with old friends here Thursday. Mr and Mrs Joseph Schumacher of Colorado Springs, Colo, are visiting here with friends and relatives also at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and children visited at the home of Mrs G. Lavrenz in Algona. The family of Mrs Lavrenz was all home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Victor Kurka and sons, Billy and Michael of Fairfield are visiting at the home or Mrs Kurka's mother, Mrs Catherine O'Brien and other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs Kurka is the former Catherine O'Brien. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Milton Espe, drove to Albert Lea, Minn, last Tuesday to visit with Mr and Mrs Lloyd'Walker. They were, accompanied home by Rosella Voigt of Algona and Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter, Kay Frances, who had been vacationing at the Walker's. Amelda Wermersen and daughter, Jean, from Tucson. Ari?.. spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Thursday evening the Heiclen- withs had dinner guests in honor of their grandson, Ralph Sebers, who left for Aurora, 111. Saturday morning to work and also attend night school. WED At Newton, George Kellogg and Mrs Avilda Allison, of Albia. were married recently. He is 77, the bride is f)9. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and Family joined his parents, Mr ano Mrs 'Mike Goetx of Sargeant. Minn, at a family picnic at Em- :niina, Minn. Sunday. The annual Ricke family re union was held Sunday at the Lawrence Ricke farm near Williams. Wesleyans who attended were the George 'Rickes, George Goetx. John Meuhes, Mrs LeRoy Ricke and their families. Mt and Mrs Lee Ricke of Morgan, Minn, were overnight guests in the George Ricke home. Mr and Mrs Edward Thisser and two children returned to their home in Waterloo, July 4, follow- ng a two week vacation visit. Among families' who spent the holiday and weekend in the parental homes here are t h e Hen Wagners of Fort Dodge at Al Wagners: David Kleinpeter and family of Des Moines at L. H. Kleinpeters and Joe 1 Millers; Marvin Studers' of Hammond, Ind. at J. P. Studers; Joe Kelley and family of Gillett Grove at Lawrence Smiths; Bob Kirkpatricks and family of Omaha at Mrs Lucille Kirkpatricks. Sunday dinner guests in the Martin Hamilton home were her mother. Mrs Helen Johnson ano sun. Joe, Mr and Mrs Ed Thissen Diane and Mike of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Edward Johnson and .Jerry. Me.-dames J. T. Meurer and J M. Kung were hostesses to Amaiv scan Legion Auxiliary, July'fr Insiallation of officers was held The Ed Youngwirths of Whitte- moro and the Victor Youngwirths i if Burl spent Wednesday with Mrs Helen Youngwirths. The :iu'n fished at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel and sun Don. of Alaxa were Sunday auests in the J. T. Meurer home. Chervil Meurer, R. N., who had spent the weekend here, returned to Fort Dodge with them. Mr and Mrs Carl Albee, Carol .md Curl Jr. and Mrs Mary Sei fert spent the holiday in Austin, Minn, with Mrs Albee's mother, Mrs L. Wilhelmi and her iius- band. Carl Johnson went to Mason City. Friday for a check-up at Mercy hospital. He has resumed work after a long seige of illness. Members of Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges are planning to attend the annual picnic Sunday, July 10, on the lawn of the IOOF home near Mason City. Mrs Elizabeth Henley entered University hospital, Iowa City, for medical care July 5. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson spent Sunday with their former neighbors, Dewey and Francy Hutchinson on their farm near Rockwell. Mr and Mrs Clarence DeBoei of Ames and Mrs Bendina DeBoer of Kanawha were guests in the Maurice DeBoer home several days last week. Mrs Jennie Luken was "brought home July 4 from Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe and daughter of Ames -spent July 3-4 with her parents, the Alfred Erdman.s. Lowell Erdman has resigned 'iis civil engineering work with °hilips fi6 6in Fargo, N.D. as of July 1. He spent the last half of June in Chicago on business for nat company. He will open* his own office in Decorah and teach part time at Luther College. Hi is a graduate of Ames and lias had three years of experience as engineer. Mr and Mrs John Weig, Mr and Mrs Ed Weig and family. Joe Weig and Micky went to Jeweh Sunday, June 26 to join the Ed Drummers of Laurel and the Walter Drummers of Renwick at a family reunion and picnic dinner. Relatives, who visited Mr and Mrs Joe Hildman of Plymouth last week, were the Ed Hildmans, Jule lAatzes, Mrs Sophia Hildman and Beatrice and the John Hild- mans. Joe Hildman is seriously ill.* Harriet Beenken, student nurse at St. Peter, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents, the Hans Beenkens. Mrs Marie Bartosk and son ov Cedar Rapids spent the holiday TIME ] weekend with Frimml relatives. Weekend'guests in the home of Dr. Paul Warner were her par-" ents,. Mr and Mrs W. M. Wall oi Com fry,. Minn, and her sister, Mrs O. C. Disher and family of Dai-fur, Minn. They helped the Warners move from Des Moines and get settled in their new home. UDM Want Ads Bring Results IT'S EASIER TO WORK BETTER . . . »hen office fatigue caused by ncrdlcis reaching, btndinfi ind movmc around jrr a thing of rhc past. See our Art Meu] New Century Desks, each designed around a iob function, and matching Art Meul Correct Seating Office Chairs. / Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. 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