The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 13
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6-AI 0 eno (la.) Upper Det Molnei Thursday, April 7, 1966 Honor Pastor's Anniversary At Whiftemore WHITTEMORE - A large crowd turned out and attended the surprise and Thanksgiving service commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of Pastor Cleo Kautsch in the holy ministry. Services were opened by singing and Rev. G. J. Gerlke of Algona gave a scripture read- ing and spoke. School children sang several selections as also did the senior choir. Chairman Herbert Zumach introduced several members of the various organizations of the congregation. Teacher Drum read a large number of letters from various congregations where Pastor Kautsch had served. Refreshments were served after the services. Pastor Kautsch was born March 14, 1914 at Lohman, Mo. After completing his elementary education, he enrolled in St. Paul's College, Concordla, Mo. in 1920. He was graduated from Concordla In 1934. 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Ohio 8tr««t, Cnlccgo, Illlnol* 6O611 Please send me your free folder on Parahep corn soil Insecticide. TPWN- fTATI -RFP- seminary, St. Louis, Pastor Kautsch taught school one year. Returning to the seminary he was graduated In the spring of 1938. Due to the fact there was a seemingly "over supply" of pastors, he was employed by the Synod for some time. March 9,1941, Pastor Kautsch was ordained and installed. Since then he has served Pilgrim Lutheran church, Ballevue, Nebr., First Lutheran church, Plattsmouth, Nebr., Zion and Grace Lutheran churches, Platte Center, Nebr. Since June, 1959, he has served St. Paul's in Whtttemore. Dec. 8, 1943, Pastor Kautsch and Alberta Doerr of Lovell, Wyoming, were united in holy matrimony. Their family consists of one boy, Myron, student at Iowa University, Iowa City, Iowa City, Miriam, student at Algona high school, and Carmen, St. Paul's, Whlttemore. Pastor Kautsch was presented with a check from his parish. - o Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bell and family moved to Belmond last Thursday where they purchased a home. Mr. Bell, former manager of the Fullerton Lumber yard here was transferred to Belmond. Their daughter, Rebecca, a student in St. Paul's Lutheran school is staying at the Harold Zimmermann home till the present school term ends. She is a member of this year's confirmation class. Pastor Cleo Kautsch preached a dedication sermon at Plattsmouth, Nebr. last Sunday at the First Lutheran congregation's new church. He was pastor of the Plattsmouth congregation from 1945 to 1950. Infant sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson were baptized at the Sunday morning services in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Pastor Kautsch performed the baptismal rites. Neal George Wichtendahl had as sponsors Mrs. Gordon Jenson and Delbert Wichtendahl and Terry Dean Johnson's sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe. Orville Barber, former patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona, was transferred to Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, last Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Twedt and Arthur Helmke, who went to Rochester for a check-up, also returned home. Pastor and Mrs. C. L. BUss were guests at the Whlttemore parsonage while the parsonage and' church of St. Luke's of Fair- vllle were without heat and electricity. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Albert Lea, Minn, and Dorothy Rosendahl of Whtttemore returned the latter part of March from a 5,800 mile trip to California and seven other states. They also attended the wedding of their niece and Mrs. Rosendahl's daughter, Kay Frances, and Keith Richie, March 12 In Santa Clara, Calif. Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman drove to Spencer where they met Allen Zimmermann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmermann. Allen had been employed In Sunnyvale, Calif, and was called to report at the draft board for military service. A number of relatives and neighbors helped Thomas Dunphy celebrate his birthday Thursday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier, Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heid- enwlth, Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Slems and Dorothy Rosendahl. Cards were played. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Arthur Gade, Theodore Meyer and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwltn won prizes. Lunch was served. Mrs. Olga Braatz and Robert left for Waterloo Friday evening to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Struecker and to attend confirmation rites Sunday In which one of the Struecker daughters was a member. St. Joe Mrs. Orville Wagner entertained the R^Nu 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Ed Bormann. Mrs. Peter Kirsch entertains the club April 28. The March meeting of the St. Joe Trojans 4-H club was held March 31 at the home of Dennis Berte. The pledge of allegiance was led by Don Erpelding. Dennis Berte reminded members the annual dues are due. Marvin Kohlhaas and Mike Berte were nominated to attend 4-H camp with Don Erpelding and Jerome Kohlhaas as alternates. Pro- Jects, which are mostly lives- stock i were discussed. The meeting closed with the 4-H pledge led by Randy Berte. Lunch was served by Mrs. Alvln Berte. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine have returned home from a winter Mary Zeimet Of St, Joe Will Wed May 28 MARY ZEIMET ST. JOE -Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, St. Joe, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Susan, and Robert F. Nelson, son of Mrs. Henry Zwick, Chicago, and Mr. Gunnerd A. Nelson, Temple City, Cal. A May 28 wedding is planned. Miss Zeimet is a graduage of Garrigan high school, Algona, and is employed at the First National Bank, Ft. Dodge. Mr. Nelson is a graduate of Northwestern University at Evanston , HI. and is presently engaged in graduate work at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. vacation spent with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zeimet and family, and Margaret Gales, Hawthorne, Calif. Mrs. Devine is a sister of Mrs. Zeimet and Margaret. Airman Harlan N. Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert, has been selected for training at Chanute AFB, HI., as an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman, a 1965 graduate of Garrigan high school, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. Jeanne Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kayser, Junior at Garrigan, has been selected by the Livermore American Legion Auxiliary to attend Girls State in June. Trudy Rosslng, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing of Livermore, is alternate. Donnie Wagner and George Dig are returning home this week after 4 months spent in Phoenix, Ariz, where they were employed with George Stewart in irrigation work. Enroute, they spent several weeks in Colorado Springs, Colo, and were accompanied home by Betty Wagner, employed at Holly Sugar in Colorado Springs. Donnie and Betty are son and daughter of Mrs. Adeline Wagner and George Is the son of Mrs. Rosalia nig. Dick Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, returned home from Highmore, So. Dak. where he was employed the past 2 months. Lucille nig assisted with household duties In the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McGuire and family while Mrs. McGuire was in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, and her convalescence. Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Sandy were guests of honor at a birthday dinner at Bode Monday evening for the former with relatives sharing the courtesy. Following supper, the group gathered at the home of Mrs. Wagner for an evening of cards after which birthday cake and ice cream were served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Thomas and John E. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, So, Dak., spent the weekend here In the home of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Reding. Florence Kristek of Wichita, Kansas, was a guest in the home of Mr, and Mrs. David McGuire and sons last week. Mrs. McGuire and Miss Kristek were roommates training. while in nurse's IOWANS LISTED Nineteen University of Iowa graduates and former or present faculty members on the Iowa City campus are among the editors and authors listed in a recently published booklet, "200 Books on American Journalism." 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