The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1956 · Page 8
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4-Algono (In.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 26, 1956 James McMullen, Burt, Weds Des Moines Girl Mrs Goeke, 79, Rites June 11, At Ledyard Ledyard were hold Evangelical , «n Mi'nd;iy Funeral services at the Bethany m i Reformed church .ifternonn. June 11, Barbara Jo Ann Dreyer. Des Moines, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer, Tripoli, was mar- lied Sunday June 10 to James Jay McMullen, Des Mojnes, son of Mr and Mrs Howard McMul" len. Burt. The double ring ceremony was performed at 3 p.m. in the Grace Methodist church by the Rev. Glenn Lamb. Pictured above 1 is the bridal couple cutting the wedding cake. Nuptial music was played by Alice Bro.wn. Des Moines. at the organ. She also accompanied Robert Keen, Des Moines, who sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer" during the i-ercmony. The church was decorated with orchid and white glads and tvhite tapers. The pews were marked with white Lncelon bows. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore imported white embroidered tulle over taffeta, fashioned with long torso, short, .sleeves and a .smoothly moulded bodice accented by a softly folded inset of tulle at.'the neckline/ The full bouffant skirt of embroidered tulle was floor length. /The short, 3 tiered veil of French illusion was attached to a small silk taffeta hat, edged -.with lace. Her only jewelty was a pearl- necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Her fan shaped bridal bouquet was of Javendar orchids, white glads and lily of the valley. Alice Kuethe, Tripoli, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Margaret Dudolske, Ruth Elmore, DCS Moines, Rochelle Duecker and Cheryl Colburn of Tripoli, all friends of the bride. Cheryl Beth McMullen, neice of the bridegroom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack McMullen, Cedar Falls, and Dianrie Peterson, cousin of the bridegroom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Peterson, Arikeny, were flower girls. They carried while; baskets of rose petals. Jimmy Herst-luis, DCS Moines, friend of the couple, was ring bearer. Jerry McM*ullen, Burt, a brother of .the .bridegroom, , was best man, John Teeter, Burt, friend L. S. BOHANNON The old fire and extended coverage insurance on homes covered fire, wind, hail and smoke damage. 'Does the new "broad form" dwelling policy also include glass breakage, ice and snow damage, collapse, vandalism, water damage from plumbing or healing systems, and other losses? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. FREE! FREE! 16 PAGE CATALOG Selected SUMMER Items AT SPECIAL D ISC 0 U N T S Equipment Picnic &. .Patio Accessories Outdoor Bprbeques Outdoor-indoor Folding Table Garden Equipment AND MANY OTHERS Write Today! Just Enclose lOc • for Handling & Mailing Costs. "WORLD-WIPE" INDUSTRIES Dept. P 55 123 Mercer Street New York. New York and Ben Bierbauni. Cheiokee. a cousin, were groomsmen. La- vernc . Anderson and Tom Me Morran. fi iends from Des Moines. were ushers. Men of the bridal parly wore white jackets and dark trousers. A reception in the church I dining rjurn was held for the 2UO guests following the ceremony. The bridal table was centered with an all-white wedding cake. The flowers were gh'diolas and asters, in shades of pink and la- venclar, the bride's chosen colors The cake* was cut by Rene Cable of Des Moines, a friend of the couple. The punch wa.s served by Jane McMullen and Virginia Peterson. Carolyn Buhr, a friend of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Irene Dreyer, Aplingtori and Bilh'e Webb, Peoria, Illinois, had charge of the gifts. The bride, a graduate of Tripoli high school, attended A.I.B. and has been employed as secretary at the Still College, Des Moines, for the past year. The bridegroom, a graduate of Burt high school, attended A.I.B. and has been employed a>s an accountant for Equitable Life Insurance, Des Moines, for the past two years. On Monday June llth the coil- plo^ left for- San Diego, Calif.. wnVre.'.Jorn ,v2.il 1 b,L> employed with Ryc A ih'"At*W'rtautical Company. for Mrs Hermme Goeke. 79. who i'.ad parsed away on Thursday, June 7. at the Blue Earth hospital. Rev. Vriesen conducted the services. Bmial was in Highland Home Cemetery beside her hus- >anJ. Hcrminc Dorette Brandt, daughter of J.ihann and Louise Brandt \va^ born on June f\ Ki77 in Gei many. She spent the first years of her life in Germany until lt!93 when she came to the United Slates with her mother, sisters anci brothers. They settled at Hubbard, Iowa where on January HI. l'!')5, she was united in marriage to Simon Goeke. The couple farmed near Hubbard until 1002 when they moved to the Ledyard and Elmore community. Seven children were born to this union of which three. Verne. Martha, and Emrna. preceded her in de.ith. Mr Goeke passed away in H)42 at, which time she moved to Elmore where she lived till She time of her death. She and her husband were members of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church. Suivivors include two sisters. Mrs Augusta Ploeger of Hubbard. Mrs Mathilda Junkermeier, f"ur children (Anna) Mrs Louis Kaphengst, Henry, Arthur and Lawrence all of Elmore, and 12 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Farewell Sermon Mr F. M. Hartung, school Supt. of Kanawha, who for the past year has served as pastor of the Ledyard and Lakota churches preached his farewell sermon on Sunday as he will not be returning after conference. The Ledyard congregation presented him with a leather brief case. Alvir. Carpenter, who is church lay leader presented it during morning worship. Mr and Mrs Howard Nelson and daughter of. Bismarck, N. D. came last Wednesday and visited until Friday at the home of Mrs Eunice Dyer and son Howard. Mr Nelson is Mrs Dyer's nephew. Mr and Mrs Orville Franclle and son of Blue Earth visited Sunday at the Max Nitz and John Frandle home.-;. Swimming for the Ledyard youngsters began last. Monday. The bus leaves the school promptly at 8 and the cost is loc,per pupil. They are taken by" bus to the Algona pool. Mr and Mrs C. Egesdal and family attended a ncighborho&d picnic at the Jay Blome home oh Sunday. Diane and Carolyn Askelarld of Buffalo Center are visiting at the C. L. Egesdal Jr. home this week. They are sisters of Mrs Egosdal. Mrs Zilphy Hardl returned home Friday evening from Manr kato where she had spent the week visiting her daughter Natalie who is attending summer school at the Mankato Teachers College. -<-, On Sunday a Garry family pics nic was held at Mason City witlf the following in attendance: Mrs Alice Garry and Rita Mr and Mrs Harold Inglel and family of here. Mr and Mrs Carl Schauberger and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Paul Garry and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Earl Stanton of Rochester, Minn., Jod and Jim Stanlon of Minneapolis* Mr and Mrs Francis Walsh oE Mason City. Ray Walsh of Rochester. Minn. Mrs Alice Garry remained in Mason City to enter the St. Joseph hospital , there for treatment. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins and family of Lone Rock. Mr and Mr-i Ronald Jurgens and son >of Cylinder were Saturday visitors at the C. Jurgens home. ' Mr E. E. Williams of Fort Dodge spent the weekend visiting at the William Wiemcr home. Beverly Bashara went to Gowrie to visit friends and to Boone to attend the wedding of a liiend with whom she taught last year at Gowrie. Mrs George Hagge spent several clays recently with her daughter Jean and family, the Gordon Le Warrte's of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Le Warne ar.fi the parents of a baby boy born May 24th. He weighed 8 pounds and 13 ounces and has been named Joel Charles. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended a family get-together at Corwith Friday, honoring Mrs Thompson's sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel's 41st wedding anniversary and Mr and Mrs Ed Mason's 37th anniversary. Peggy Mayer and her niece Pamela Sue Gonias returned to Des Moines on Sunday after spending a week's vacation at the parental D. B. Mayer home. The W.S.C.S. met at the church Thuisday afternoon with Mrs Mary Bashara and Mrs Leila Warner as hostesses. The program was in charge of Mrs D. B: Mayer, assisted .by Mrs Edward Looft, Mrs Ray Wentw.orUi, and, Mrs Glenn Burrow. Mrs V. A. Barrett of Lakota spent Tuesday visiting at the D B. Mayer home. In the evening Mrs Barrett, Mrs Edward Looft and Mrs Mayer attended Eastern Star Chapter meeting at Swea City. Final plans were completed at this meeting tor the visit of the Worthy Grand Matron and Pa- trun of', the Iowa 'Grand Chapter \vihiatt *\vill"be ,at Swea City on Wednesday, June 27. Public auction of 225 feeder pigs will be held on farm located one-half mile North and one and three-fourth miles West of LONE ROCK, IOWA. Pigs raised on the farm on which the sale is held on ... Saturday, June 30 SALE STARTS AT 1-30 P.M. These Pigs Are From 7 to 9 Weeks Old. Clean . . . Castrated . . . Vaccinated For Cholera FREB DELIVERY UP TO 25 MILES TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date. Not Responsible for Accidents RAY LAABS LLOYD BERKLAND, Auctioneer LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk Mrs John Thill Honored By St. Benedict Club St. Benedict—Jimp 13, the St. Benedict card club gathered at I he John Thill home to spend a few hours with Mrs Thill on her birthday. The afternoon was spent playing cards and socially. Mrs Bob Mayer and the twins, "Barbie and Billy were present. Mrs Roman Thill and her children were there also, as well as Mrs Orville Thill and her boys. Louise Preuschl won high prize. The guests brought a nice lunch. A small gift and a mass were given to the honoree by thr; card group. On June 11, Mr and Airs M. H. McEnroe spent the day at the Philip Arndorfcr home in honor of the 13th birthday of Bob. The evening of June 14th, Mr and Mrs Charlie Deibler spent the evening at the Philip Arndorfer home. Other guests were Julia and Helen McEnroe, Mrs Leo McEnroe, Betty Ann McEnroe, Dorothy Higgins and son Bill. and~Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. June 3, Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser of Downers Grove, 111. came to the home of Mrs Rieser's brother. Nick Arndorfer. They will conclude their visit June 21 and have been visiting relatives and friends. Paul, Albert Garman and Paul's brother were fishing 5 or 0 cloys in Canada. They enjoyed the trip just a great deal and of course good luck was with them. This is a yearly trip for Paul. Mr and Mrs Al Rosenmeyer rind Mary Daley went to Morgan, Minn. June 10. They were there Monday also. They visited Al's uncle, Joe Kraus, also Mr and Mrs Tony Eisenbarth. Mary's sister and Mrs Al's uncle. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and daughter, Arliss visited June 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr, father and mother of Cletus. Dan Froehlich, Mag Rahm, Jack Ludwig and son Gary, Bob Kunkel, Don Berry and son Junior of Waverly, motored to Leech Lake, Minn, to fish and the catch was good. Lee Francis Frpehlich, 10 year old son of Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich, spent a week vacation at his grandparent's home, Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich in St. Benedict. Mr Jim O'Hara was at Arnolds Park for an insurance convention. He brought his wife and two sons to Mrs O'Hara's parents, Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich on a Thursday and returned Sunday from the convention to spend Sunday at the Froehlich home, to return later to their home at Castana where he teaches. Sunday afternon, June 3, Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer and daughters visited Sister De Sales at Garner who is a cousin of Mrs Siemer. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer were callers, too, Nick being a brother. Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser coming from Downers Grove stopped too, Mrs Rieser being a sister. On June 6, the last meeting of the Town and Country Club was held at the home of Mrs Don McCarthy. This was the time to reveal the secret sisters of the past year and draw new ones for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer, daughters Ellen and Vicki, Mr 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS 5ALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION givet more 'convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home ! Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona and Mrs Philip Arndorfer, Bob and Jane dined at ntxm at'the horne of Mf and Mr* Joe Klemm and family. The Philijf) Attldbr-' fer ate Father's Day supper at the home of Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. St. Benedict C.D.A. Installs Officers St. Benedict-*-The C. D. of A. held their meeting Wednesday night with Grand Regent Betty Daley presiding. The main event was installation of officers by District Deputy Nellie Van Allen of Algona assisted by Mae O'Brien, also of Algona. New officers installed were Grand Regent, Stella Eischen; treasurer, Donna Brown} Monitor, Mary Gink} trustees, Mayme Manners and ftegina Froehlieh. Prizes were „ w6n by Cecelia, Simons, ftdna Ziefnftt and Helen Arndoffer. Attendance ftfiie was won by Stella ^Bisch«n; •• •. tunch was Setved with Agftes foei-tsch as chalflady. dhair- lady on the entertainment -committee was Gladys Thill. ___ • Pick T«am far Fair Union Alethan 4-H met at the home erf .Betty Thilges on June 11. Three visitors were present. The junior demonstration team for the fail* will be Susan Nitchals and Maddonna Erpelding. Talks were given by Kathy Mertz and Margcne Mertz. A lunch was served tjy the hostess. WELL-DRILLING JEEP-DITCHING FAIRBANKS MORSE PRESSURE SYSTEMS CLETUS F. ELBERT Phone 1313 1403 E. 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