The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1966
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Strachan-Giesking Nuptials Two Reunions Held, Ottosen The wedding of Barbara Strachan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Strachan of Humboldt, and Lewis G. Giesking, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Giesking of Woden, was held Saturday, August 27 at the Methodist church in Humboldt. Dr. W. Morris Kildall officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Gary Strachan of Peoria, HI., the bride's sister-in-law, was the matron of honor. Ruth Shahan of Mime, friend of the bride, and Sharon Giesking, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. Mary Strachan was the bride's personal attendant. Sonya Strachan, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Randy Giesking, small brother of the groom, was the ring bearer. Daryl Giesking, brother of the groom, served as best man. Gr.oomsmen were Richard Baird and Darrell Isebrand, friends of the groom. Ushers were Gary Strachan, brother of the bride, Mark Boyken and Rodney Bench. Lori Friemel presented the corsages and boutonnieres to the wedding party and helpers. Mrs. Roger Larson attended the guest book. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strachan, aunt and uncle of the bride, served as dining room host and hostess. After a short honeymoon the couple will be at home in Ames where 'they will be seniors at Iowa State University. (Mueller Studio Photo) a livestock sale. Larry piloted the plane. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams of Ldvermore and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams went to Albert Lee Wednesday to be with Mrs. Hans Hanson who had surgery. She is a sister of the men. Steve Williams of Moline, HI. and Connie Baker of Waterloo spent the weekend at the Oscar Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westre and Mrs. Josephine Helvick of Humboldt attended the wedding Saturday night of Joan Nienoord and Larry Sonksen at Waterloo. The bride was a great - niece of Mrs, Speich. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman, Marilyn and Norman returned home a week ago Friday from a two-week vacation trip to the Black Hills, Bad Lands and Yellowstone Park. At Sand Point Idaho, they visited their son Howard who had worked there all summer. At Warland, Wyoming, they visited a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and three daughters were gone from Saturday until Monday, They visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson at Hendricks, Minn, and attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ellis at Blockings, So. Dak, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, DeVefe; Newton and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Tinken of Humboldt spent the weekend OTTOSEN - The Jacobson family met for a reunion Sunday at the Commercial Club building with 40 present. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klemme and Susan of New Providence, Mrs. Gail Stoddard and three children and two Bartlett children of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland of Bode, Mrs. Kate Jacobson, Arlan Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and family. The Daniel family enjoyed a reunion Sunday at the Loren Daniel home. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Daniel and Tiffany of Minneapolis were weekend guests; Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Herrick of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lee and baby of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Walsh and baby of Moorland, Mrs. Leona Daniel of Humboldt and Margaret Holt. - o Larry Telford, Louis Jacobson and Dean Telford flew to Miller, So, Dak., Wednesday to attend at Spirit Lake and Okobojl. A program on remembrances brought about by old quilts was given Friday before a club at Fonda. Taking part were Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend and Naomi Struthers. Others attending were Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs, W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Edward Zlnnel, Mrs. Albert Thorsen and from Humboldt Mrs. Dan Verbrugge and Fern Strachan from Rutland. Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacobsen and daughters of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and James of Ft. Dodge were Saturday visitors at the Roy Enocksons. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico attended the Carnahan- Pentico reunion at Emmetsburg Sunday. Forty-five persons attended. The Penticos were supper guests at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Niewald, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers were at Vacation Village, Lake Okoboji, from Tuesday until! Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Benson went to visit at the Dean Nilges home at Hawkeye Saturday. Sunday, they all attended the World Championship Rodeo at' Prairie Du Chien, Wise. . •' Mr. and Mrs. Mike 'Frohling ' and family attended the Frohling family reunion at Kendall Young park at Webster City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden went to Marion .Wednesday. Thursday,'., they attended the threshers reunion at Mt. 'Pleasant. They.- visited Mrs. Hoiden's relatives at Marion and returned home Friday. Herbert Balgeman and Irwin Harms of West Bend, Victor and Martin Meyer also attended the threshers reunion at Mt. Pleasant 'Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black of. Harvey, Illinois were Monday dinner guests at the Mike Froh- lings. They are Mr. Frohling's . aunt and uncle. Algeria, (la.) Upper DM Molne* Tu*»day, S«pt. 13, 1966 Enrolled In Corwith- Wesley School WESLEY - The 'Corwith Wesley Community school opened last week with an enrollment of 462 students. The new teachers to the system this year are John Schulz, 7-8th grade, and social studies; Mrs. Esther McNeil high school counselor; Norman Rasmussen, P.E., Dr. Ed., Ath.; Karon Harcey, English and Social studies; Mr. Dennis Hewith, chemistry, physics; Mary Bennett, instr. music; Carla Me Fee, 1st grade; Elsie Oxley, 3rd grade; James Schneider, math. Mrs. McNeil occupies one of the Al Loebig apartments. Mr. Sctiultz has rented another one. Ethel Fiona teaches two kindergarten classes in the Wesley building. 18 are in attendance in the morning and 15 in the afternoon. The 5th and 6th grades are taught in the Wesley building by Mrs. Mary Rockwood and Mrs. Frances Moldenhauer! Mrs, Geo. Detme ring is seer e-r tary in the local school, Mrs. Harold Price, and Mrs. I.11He Matz are in charge of the noon lunch, which is served in the Methodist church . basement; Marlyn Albertson is custodian and Duane Larson and John Paulson, bus drivers. Richard Shellenberg is elementery principal. William Fredin is high school principal. JohnMlckllckisSupt., Mary Bennett, instr. music, and Sam Logsdon, vocal music. Wesleyans who teach in the Corwith building Include Anna Flom who teaches kindergarten in the morning with an enrollment of 21; Francis Funnemark, 7-8 math, Lorraine Dlscher, 7-8 English, Magdalene Bleich, 1st grade. Mrs. Merle Peterson teaches second grade and Mrs. Bill Goetz 5th grade in Titonka; Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Mrs. Herman Wise teach in LuVerne; Donna Bleich in Moline, 111. Margaret Flom in Ft. Dodge, Carol Roat in Columbia Heights, Minn. Mrs. Olive Erdman reported that her granddaughter, Karen Holben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Connie (Madeline) Holben of Lansing, Mich., had been chosen as a 4-H delegate from Michigan to attend the National Congress in Chicago, HI. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vestrum and her mother, Mrs. Olive Erd- mah, went to Lake Okoboji Thursday to visit the latter's son, Bernard Erdman and family of Cedar Rapids, who were vacationing there. Clare Wingert returned to his •work at -Universal Mfg. Co. at Algona'Aug. 26. He had a heart attack June 4. Mrs. Clara Haverly and Audra and the K6ri, Dan, Hugh and Paul Haverlys spent Aug. 27-28 in Des Moines, where they attended the State Fair and visited the Jerry Grays, Duane Cink and Ann Cink. The' Ed Ginks of Woden were with the group. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Van Pel and family of Pella spent the 'Sept. 4 weekend with the Robert Klyn's. . Mrs. Kate Wagner was honored on her 70th.birthday -Sept. 4, .when her seven .daughters and five sons and their families spent the day .with her. Mrs. Jack Van Cleve and Mike of Huntington Park, Calif, left Sept. 4 for their home following • a visit in the parental Carl John' son home. - Mrs. Charles Nelson was •honored onher birthday Thursday by a group of relatives who spent the evening with her and her family in their new home. The guests were the Clarence Nelsons, Norbert Hilberts and Vine Eisenbachers. W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Sept. 7 with Mrs. Kate Flom. Assistant hostesses were Mrs.' Anna Haynes, Mrs. Clarence Aitchesou, and Katherine Hauptly. . The Onrille Thill family of Irvington were Sept. 4 guests in the LeRoy Grandgenett home. The Grandgenetts and her parents, the Geo. Roeders, visited relatives in Creston over the weekend. : . Mrs. Franklin Fox entered University hospital, Iowa City, Saturday for surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Anderson of Humboldt were callers in .the Fox home Wednesday evening. The women are sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen of West Branch called on their niece, Mrs. Fox and family Sept, 2. ; Mr. and Mrs, Ed Dornbier are parents of a girl born Sept. 4 in the Britt hospital. She has been named Susan Marie. She has a sister Debbie and a brother, Mike, Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Dornbier are the jpaternal grandparents, . Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her auction bridege club Thursday. Mrs. Mary Forburger entertained the members of the contract brige club Wednesday. State Fair Winner W. J. Stewart, Burt, showed the Grand Champion Duroc barrow at the Nebraska State Fair at Lincoln Sept. 2. 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