The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1966 · Page 9
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Kay Moulton Bride Of Kent Immerfall, Feb. 12 Diana Kay Moulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, and Kenton Immerfall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, were married Saturday, Feb. 12, at 11 o'clock at St. John's Catholic church in Rochester, Minn. Rev. Daniel R. Dernek officiated in the double ring ceremony. She was escorted to the altar by her father. The bride was attended by her sister, Susan Moulton, as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Phyllis Moulton, also a sister of the bride. Best man was Dale Hyman, of Hawkeye, and James Abbott was groomsman. Ushers were Gary Naylor and Bruce Sundet. A buffet dinner followed the ceremony at Holiday Inn, Rochester. Barbara Jacobson, Kenyon, Minn., had the guest book. Nancy Maxon, Clarion, served punch and Mrs. Fred Allen of Iowa city, poured. Susan Somers, Rochester, and Janet Zylstra, Worthington, cut the cake and opened the gifts, and Judy Munger of Algona was the bride's assistant. Both the bride and groom are 1964 graduates of AHS. She is attending the Methodist Kahler school of nursing at Rochester, Minn. He is a student at Mason City Junior college. They will make their home in Mason City. Wesley Guild ill Sponsor Easter Dance WESLEY - St. Joseph's Guild held their regular monthly meeting in the parish hall Feb. 15, with Agnes Stevens, president, presiding. Angeline Foertsch's name was drawn for the door prize. Father Zieman and Father Phillips presented a program. Circle 1 served lunch. Circle leaders are Mrs. Mary Richter and Mrs. Donald Erdman. Circles 6-7-8-9-10 are sponsoring an Easter dance at the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, Easter Monday, April 11. - o - Mrs. Geo. Detmering and Mrs, David Roquet are the organizing leaders for a study of the book of Acts during March. Meetings are to be held in homes with the first meeting March 10 at Detmerings, The March 17 meeting will be at the Roquet home and the 24th and 31st meetings to be announced later. Rev, Frank Considine of the Corwith and Wesley Methodist churches is the teacher, Circle three of the Methodist ladies served dinner Feb. 21 to members of the board of directors of the Farmers Coop Elevators Society and their wives preceding their annual meeting,. which was held in the public school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. HaroldMartinek and Mrs. Will Martinek have made 'frequent trips to Mason City to visit the latter's husband who is a surgery patient there. His only sister, Mrs.TheoFran- zen of Hawkeye, spent Feb. 13 with him. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Adolf of May City visited the Wm. Martineks Feb. 13. Word was received here that Stanley Hansen, son of Mrs. Carl Arnold, Lake Park and the late Lawrence Hansen, has recently been graduated with honors from Northwestern University. He and his wife are moving to Dallas, Texas where he will be assistant brand manager of Chiffon margarine and salad dressing Co. Stanley is a graduate of Algona high school and SU1 in Iowa City, and lived in the Wesley area until a few years ago. He has a brother, 1st Lt. Russell Hansen, in the Air Force in Calif. Goodwill truck will stop in Wesley early March 9. Donations of used clothing, etc, may be left in the Methodist church entry before that tima, Theron Hansen and John Mullin will go to Des Moines Feb. 25 to attend a Methodist Convocation. A prayer vigil will be held during Holy Week in the Methodist church at 8 p. m, with Holy Communion served Holy Thursday. Mesdames Clara Hauptman, Helen Johnson, Myrtle Lease, Jo Meurer, Clara Goetz and Viola Studer attended a Kossuth county •American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Fenton Feb. 15. the meeting had been postponed from the previous Tuesday due to inclement weather. Mary Jane Blum] of Minneapolis spent the Feb. 13 weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bluml. Sunday, in honor of Mrs. Bluml's birthday, her other children were there for a family party. They were the Felix Blumts of Columbia, Mo., the Larrdos Rieses of Breda, Norman Blumls of Glidden, the Sam Schwallers of Templeton and the Harold Blumls of Rolfe. Father Phillips and Father Zieman were also guests. Mrs. Miry Wingert entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Feb. 14 for medical care. John Hildman was brought home Feb. 15 from the Britt hospital where he had been a week for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weber took her sister, Leona siemer of Algona, to Rochester Minn. Wednesday where she had a post- surgery check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Froehlich are parents of a baby boy born Feb. 17 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have two other children, Debbie and Ronnie, who were guests of their maternal grandparents, the Dick Balks of Algona, while their mother was hospitalized. Mr. Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinct- Tuesday, March 1, 1966 That makes them a family of four sons and two daughters, the Andrew Reisings and J. P. Studers are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden went to Lake City Saturday to get his sister, Mrs. Kate Flom, who had been a patient in a hospital there following a car accident Feb. 7. she sustained a broken nose and face cuts and abrasions. The Farmers Elevator sponsored a chemical and fertilizer meeting in the Legion hall Feb. 15. Felco representatives from Ft. Dodge talked and showed slides on that subject to about 50 people. and Mrs. carl Froehlich are paternal grandparents. Leonard is custodian and bus driver of St. Joseph's parish. Mrs, John Walker of Rodman spent one day recently in the home of her grandson, J. L. Walker and family, and j. L. Walker's mother, Mrs. Flora Walker, who has been in the Walker home for some time. The Rodman lady will observe her 100th birthday in November. Mrs. Dora Haugh, also of Rodman, brought her over. Jamas Walker, senior at Creighton University, Omaha, was one of the 10 top students who made the Dean's list with a 4. average. Jim is taking arts and sciences. He is a son of J. L. Walker and the late Phyllis Walker. Vince Eisenbacher was brought home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had been 13 days for repair work on his left leg. He suffered torn ligaments and tendons when a cow fell on him at his farm home. Minnie Frimml entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Marie Starquist entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Feb. 10 for medical care. A 7 lb., 3 oz. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clete Studer Feb. 17 in the Britt hospital. VonigM at 6 you can make a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for $1.00 or less, plus tax. Same low rates in effect all day Sunday. Pick up the phone and enjoy a Long Distance chat! Northwestern Bell Eat Out Often In ALGONA THE JOHNSON HOUSE ON SO. PHILLIPS SMORGASBORD Friday Nile & Sunday Noon PRIVATE DINING ROOMS SEPARATE COCKTAIL LOUNGE CLOSED SATURDAYS (Except For Private Parties) CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SO. 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