The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1966 · Page 6
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Tuesday, May 10, 1966
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85th birthday for Mrs. Emma Moeding LU VERNE-Mrs. Emma Moed- ing was the honored guest Sunday, May 1, at a dinner honoring her 85th birthday at the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding and family in Lu Verne. As she returned to her farm home, later in the afternoon, she was greeted by more relatives, neighbors, and friends. Her guests included her two sons, William and Frank Moeding of Lu Verne, her grandson, Darrell Moeding and children of Estherville, and her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitley and children of Mitchell- vflle. Also present were her nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas, Miss Emma Oloff, Larry and Jerry Oloff of Persia; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wit* more of Woodbine, Mrs. Mary Boge, Mrs. Karl Gates and girls, Mrs. Alfred Schipull, Mrs. Gerald Wigans of Fort Dodge: Mrs. Walter Keisel of Neola; Mrs. Nelle Biegger, and Mrs. Lawrence McDermott .of Thor. Mr. and Mrs. George Markman of Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. William Helmke and Mrs. Katie Markman of Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. John Loftus and children. Mrs. Bill Steil and Mrs. Richard Balk. Mrs. Moeding received cakes cards, and gifts for the occasion. She is active and maintains her home on her farm south of Lu- Verne. She lives alone. Miss Milder is one of 171 seniors who will receive their degrees from His Excellency, the Most Reverend Edward A. Fitzgerald, Bishop of Winona, at the College's 53rd annual commencement. Dr. Laurence M. Gould, of the University of Arizona, will de- , (10.) Upper fut$dqy, May 10, 1966 LuVerne Area Happenings LU VERNE-Steve Wickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Wickett fractured both bones in his left arm Thursday at school while playing basketball. His arm was placed in a cast 'and he returned to school Monday. Jada, 4, daughter of Mrs. Wallv Rueer and Mr. Ruger suffered a bruise of her left arm at their farm home Tuesday evening while she was playing with the wringer on their electric washing machine. She is reported as improving satisfactorily. Those attending a pre-nuptial shower for Miss Barbara Ruprik of Osbkosh, Wisconsin, in the Corwith Methodist Church Friday evening from Lu Verne were Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Harold Nielsen Sr., Mrs. Harold Nielson Jr., Mrs. Dick Nielson, Mrs. Marie Jackson, Mrs. Grover Rentz, Mrs. Sherman Arends, Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. Howard Swanson, Mrs. Lester Smith, Mrs. Roland Lena, Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge. Miss Ruprik will be united in marriage June 4 with Mickey Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will of Corwith. John Wickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wickett of LuVerne, was awarded a freshman athletic letter from the Iowa State University of Ames, April 27. His award was among the total of 109 given for basketball, swimming, wrestling and gymnastics: He is currently playing on the freshman spring baseball team at ISU. Jon Wittmeier, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier was released Wednesday from the Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt. He was ad- . mitted April 24, when he suffered a fractured ankle in a fall from a pony at bis farm home. His brother. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wittmeier of Fort Dodge visited him Wednesday evening. An aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nielsen of Britt, visited him Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stille took their young son, Rodney, to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday for a check up at the hospital. Leslie Calkins was in Iowa City Tuesday for a check up at the University hospital. The worst buy is an alibi. Box Car Derailed LEDYARD — A box car loaded with middlings for Welp*s Mill at Bancroft was derailed at about 5 a.m. Sunday near Ledyard. A.C. Accurso, Northwestern Railroad depot agent at Bancroft, said another railway car apparently rolled south from the elevator track and struck the loaded car at the switch point. Accurso said there was little loss of the cargo and only slight damage to the box car. The train is expected to make its usual Tuesday run. The contents of the car were unloaded and trucked to Bancroft from Ledyard. Jo Ellen Milder Is B.A. Graduate On May 21 livet the Commencement addresfe at the outdoor afternoon cere- ^SrSS'^oS? 18 wffl help monies maridng the close of the tiAsai ^ t longerlnd fi 59th academic year. ._. _ ter. t Routing them from judge a man's wisdom by his hopes. Miss Jo Ellen Milder, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Milder, 615 E. Call, Algona, will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at the May 21 Commencement Convocation at the College of Saint Teresa, Winona, Minn. 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