The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1966 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1966
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Kohlhaas-Ringsdorf Vows Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinet Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1966 111 ST. JOE - Marian Koolhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas of St. Joseph's parish, and Joseph Ringsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf of St.. Cecelia's parish, Algona, were united in marriage Sept. 5 at 9:30 a. m. in St. Joseph's church here. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher officiated at the double ring ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial high mass. Acolytes were Marvin and Allan Kohlhaas, brothers of the bride. Sister Mary Doris OSF, organist at St. Joseph's school, sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a long white gown of silk brocade with a fitted bodice and batteau neckline. The sheath skirt was accented with pleated sides flowing softly into a brush train. An empress crown of miniature seed pearls and t cut crystal held her elbow length veil of bridal illusion. She carried a cascade of white Fiji mums centered with a white orchid and wore a pearl pendant. Mrs. Dean Dodds, sister of the bride, was matron <of honor, and Tom Ringsdorf, brother of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were Howard Kohlhaas, brother of the bride, and Bill Wempe, cousin of the groom. " Following the wedding ceremony a dinner reception was held at the Imperial Cafe in Bode for 100 guests. Waitresses were Sharon Reding, Linda Lickteig, Patty Cink and Vicki McGuire. Kathleen Plathe and Mary Bormann, cousins of the bride, were in charge of the guest book. Donna Mullin, Linda Dodds and Shirley Heimer presided at the gift table. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and Mrs. Jim Wempe, aunts of the bride, served the punch. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Marge Lattimer cut the cake. Mrs. Milford Plathe, aunt of the bride, was in charge of flowers. The newlyweds will be at home in Centerville where Mr. Ringsdorf attends college. (Poundstone Studio Photo) parents, the Glen Kunerts, Humboldt. Mrs. Faye Lichty was a Labor Day visitor at the home of her son, the DeRay Lichty family, in Mason City. Mrs. Amelia Hanselman visited Sunday in the home of her daughter, Helen, the Roy Buenger family, at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. William Myers, Jay and Evelyn of Omaha, Neb., visited Friday to Monday with Mrs. Myer's father, Mr, and Mrs. August J. Pergande. Miss Connie Sanford had a ten- day break from the Hamilton Business College at Mason City, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, and returned September 7. Miss Linda Daley went Labor Day to Mason City, where she has enrolled at Hamilton Business College. She is a 1966 graduate of the Lu Verne Community High School. Mr. and Mrs. William Goodrich and Mary of Marion were Labor Day week-end guests of her .parents, the Duane Neals. Maebelle Maass and brother. Marvin Maass. were week-end guests of their mother, Mrs. Marie Maass. and Bob. They are teaching in the Manson and Ogden schools. Mrs, Louie Werner, Fairmont. Minn., her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Beckman, Yvonne and' Kristine, of St. James, Minn., were Labor Day guests of their aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Bins and Lester Him. LuVERNE LU VERNE-Corporal Duane Greene left Saturday evening from Oakland, Calif., for service at Saigon, Vietnam. He Is In Communications and took training in Missouri. Georgia, and Texas. Duane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Greene of Humboldt. His .wife Is the former Darlene Goetsch, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch, Lu Verne. Week-end guests in the Ralph Davidson home were their son, Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson, and Kathy of Adel. Sunday guests were their son, Gordon Davidson, and Luann of Burt. their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. vernon Eggleston and Delores of Lu- Verne, and a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and son of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bler- stedt attended a pot-luck picnic dinner at the Call State Park. Algona, Monday, Labor Day, The occasion was to honor the.75th birthday, September 3, of Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke of Whitteraore, mother of Mrs, Bierstedt. She Is the mother of seven children, all with familes present. to. and Mrs. Dennis ZweUel of Moline, m., were week-end n»«ta of hie mother, Mrs. Laurt Zvtiftl, In Lu Ytn* ud h*r LuVerne class officers are elected for year Class officers for LuVerne senior high school classes were last week and announced New officers are the following: Seniors — Paul Trauger, pres.. Rex Bristow, vice, Kris Merr- iani. sec.. Rita Patterson, treas., Grotehcn Zentner, student council. Junior — Colccn Johns, pres., Douglas Nelson, vice, Phyllis Block, sec.. Laurie Coyle, trcas., Robert Felt, student council. Sophomores • — Don Bristow, pros., Dennis Barber, sec., Barry Solby. treas., Becky Watts, student council. Freshmen — Marty Bowman, pres.. Terry Warmbier, vice. Paul Lenz, sec,. Larry Casey, troas.. Linda Wilhelm, student council. . -A reunion of the children of Mrs. Jeanette Radii and the late William Radii was held Sunday in the Lu Verne park. Present were Mrs. RadiL son, the Billy Radii family of Hayfield, Minn.; Mrs. MaryBro- gen, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Alice Winegarden, Des Moines; the Grover Daugards. Britt; the Bill Sparks. Nevada; the Leo Stahls. Humboldt; the John Dickmans, the Robert Holtzbaurers, Algona; the Frank Bowers Jr., Bancroft. From Lu Verne were the Stanley Egels, the Paul Stahls, the Jim Stahls, the Elmer Young- wirths and Paul Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. George Studer were in Rock Island, HI., for the Labor Day week end ' The Evening Star Circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service Wfere guests of Mrs. Ardis Rockwood Thursday, September 1. Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer was a guest of the circle. Devotions led by Mrs. Harold Trauger and Mrs. R. C. Walline gave the lesson study. Plans were made for the Smorgasbord annual supper at the LuVerne Methodist Church September 29. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith visited Saturday to Tuesday in Iowa Falls with their daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ites, and son, John Patrick. They went to attend the baptism of John Patirck Sunday in the Methodist Church there. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, attended the wedding of Miss Maridean Nielsen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, at ?.:30 p.m., Saturday, September 3, 1966, at the Lutheran Church at Blooming Prairie, Minn. They attended the reception and were later guests in the Harold Nielsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gray. Shenandoah, their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray, and daughter of Omaha, Neb., were Labor Day week-end guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gray, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stampka and family. Miss Mario Stampka was a Labor Day week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stampka. 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