The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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Dick Dale Visits Home Town Dick Dale, who graduated from Algona High School, went into the music business professionally at a young age and became a member of the Lawrence Welk Orchestra a number of years ago, made a one night stand at Charlie's Supper Club here recently - and performed before a full house. He is shown above at right, shaking hands with owner. Chuck McVay, with Marcia Parrish, organist at the club, in the center. Dale's appearance here came a night after the Welk organization closed a very successful performance at the Iowa State Fair on the stage in front of the grandstand. Dick is a featured vocalist and also plays saxaphone in the Welk band. Dick is a brother of Mrs. Harold Cowan of Algona and is well-known here by many persons. He visits in the area practically every summer while the orchestra is on vacation between TV seasons. Former Seneca Girl Is Wed In Minnesota SENECA- A wedding of interest to Senecans was solemnized Sept. 2 at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church at Claremont, Minn., when Maridean Caryl Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, former Seneca residents now of Blooming Prairie, Minn., became the bride of Philip John Adams of Mankato. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Harvey Ehlers. Larry Johannesen, Lone Rock, and Donald Adams were ushers and Dean Struecker,.Fentoh, and Douglas Bengston served as candlelighters. Mrs. Donald Olsen was matron of honor and Bruce Keske was the groom's attendant. Doris Nielsen of Ringsted was the bride's personal attendant. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Local people helping with the reception included Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Lone Rock, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Hans Hansen. Senecans who were guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and sons, Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and Cheryl and Sharon Krause. - o- CLUB MEETING Mrs. Fred Johannesen was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday. Perfect attendance awards were presented to Mesdames John Johannesen, Everett Witham, Wayne Ohnemus and Robert Burt. Honored birthday members included Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Mrs. Burt, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and Mrs. Everett Witham. The new programs for the year were distributed. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus, ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hyink of Whittemore announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rosalie Ann, to Dennis, Elbert, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Elbert. Rosalie is a 1964 graduate of Garrigan High School and is now employed at Sheakley's Beauty Salon of Algona. new club president, presided. The hostess had charge of entertainment after which refreshments were served. Mrs. John Johannesen will be October hostess. - o - EUROPEAN TRIP Paul Bernhard, accompanied by 34 members of the Iowa Swine Producers Assn., left by airliner Thursday from Des Moines on a 21-day tour of countries in Europe. - o - Mike Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen, enlisted in the Army and left about two weeks ago for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. where he was awaiting assignment to Fort Houston, Tex. Mike enlisted in the medical corps and will receive schooling before he receives further assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg, Topeka, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Peitersen and family of Philadelphia, Pa., were honored at a family gathering held Sunday at the Manno Pietersen home at Ringsted. Guests in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen and family, Algona, David Andreasen, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonnicksen and daughters of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange and family, Grundy Center, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, who were co-hosts. The Henry Langes spent Sunday night with the Henry Wilbergs^ ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg, Topeka, Kans., spent Labor Day weekend with their respective parents, the Henry Wilbergs and the Victor Strueckers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hassel, Ottawa, HI., visited this week at the home of their son and family, the Paul Hassels. Sunday, the Hassels attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hassel at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Godfredson and family attended a reunion at Emmetsburg honoring Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dale and family while Dick was appearing with the Lawrence Welk show at the Iowa State Fair. Mrs. Roy Klein is recuperating at her home from major surgery to which she submitted recently at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Jill Jensen, who has had a brief vacation with her parents, the Ted Jensens, has resumed her studies at Augustana College at Sioux Falls, S. D. Jill took a • session of summer school there. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and family moved recently from the Jentz place two miles south of Seneca to one of the Welp farms east of Burt. BROADCAST SCHEDULE FOR 1966 IOWA STATE FOOTBALL LIVE — SATURDAYS SEPTEMBER 17 SEPTEMBER 24 OCTOBER 1 OCTOBER 8 OCTOBER 15 OCTOBER 22 OCTOBER 29 NOVEMBER 12 NOVEMBER 26 IOWA STATE AT WISCONSIN OKLAHOMA AT IOWA STATE NEBRASKA AT IOWA STATE KANSAS AT IOWA STATE COLORADO AT IOWA STATE IOWA STATE AT MISSOURI IOWA STATE AT OKLAHOMA STATE IOWA STATE AT KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE AT COLORADO STATE 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 2:30 1:30 2:30 CYCLONE FOOTBALL Shirley Ohnenvis, who is employed at Mason City, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, the Wayne Ohnemus'. Le Ann Genrich, who is in training as a medical secretary at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, the Clarence Genrichs. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Molnes spent the Labor Day weekend with the former's parents, the Cecil Baldwins. Hans Nielsen, Armstrong, Joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen are parents of their third daughter, an 8 Ib. baby girl born Labor Day. The little girl was named Jeri Jean Marie and has a six-year old sister, Starr, and a 2 1/2 year old sister, Sherri. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard are parents of a 6 Ib. 15 oz. baby boy born Sept. 8 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. The new baby has four brothers and four sisters. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Bancroft, and Mrs. Alice Bierle, Lone Rock is maternal grandmother. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr., Fenton, recently attended a three-day ISEA leaders workshop at Ames as a representative from the West Bend Community Teachers Assoc. Mrs. Merrill is a teacher in the elementary grades in the West Bend school system. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bernhard and four children enjoyed a three-day vacation trip to Park Rapids, Minn. While there, they visited relatives and did some sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gay and daughters of Portland, Ore., visited recently at the Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wltham took their niece, Nickle Meese, who has spent the summer with them, to Minneapolis Saturday where Nickle took a plane back to her, home at Glendale, Calif. Kenneth Andre spent from Wednesday until Saturday of last week at Mt. Pleasant where he saw the Old Settlers threshing demonstrations. Kenneth accompanied his brothers-in-law, Miles Lammers, Emil Oelten- bruhns, Howard Hinesman, and his father-in-law, Lewis Lammers, Graettinger. Mrs. Myrtle Vining and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ruling and daughter of Britt, spent Sunday at the Everett Withams. SUN FLOWER Mrs. Joe Sjtaa,£restog, grown a glSlr •f'Pftg.taJJ flower in her yard this" year which now supports a flower which measures a foot across. John Dahlhauser Weds In Des Moines, Aug. 20 Thundery, S*pf. f 5, 1966 Algeria, (fa.) Upper De« Moines-9 John Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser of Algona, and Phyllis Bayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bayer of Victor, Iowa, were married Aug. 20, in a ceremony at St. John's Catholic church, Des Moines. John is employed in Des Molnes, John with Radio Trade & Supply Co., and his bride is a secretary there. The bridegroom attended Algona high, and the bride Is a graduate of Victor high, and AIB, Des Molnes. Archie Umbrell was best man, and Judy Umbrell maid of honor. Following the ceremony a reception was held with 40 guests present. The young couple will make their home in Des Moines. (Andres Studio Photo). SCHOOL COFFEE The American Legion Auxiliary honored the Ottosen grade school faculty at a coffee Tuesday after school. Teachers are Mrs. David Spaulding, kindergarten, Mrs. HUbert Mixdorf, first grade, Mrs. Conrad Johnson, second, Mrs. Mike Fronting, third, Mrs. Ed Nessen, fourth, Mrs. Leslie Hoverstein, fifth, Melba Fox, sixth, Mrs. Arnold Bratland and Herbert Raney, junior high, Mrs. Arthur Jensen, remedial reading, Hilbert Mixdorf, junior high school principal for Ottosen and Livermore, and Mr. De Boom, superintendent. Auxiliary members and people from 'Jie community attended. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and Mr. and Mrs, Allan Wehrspann went to Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon where they attended the Living Lutheran Leadership Clinic at the Y.M.C.A. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zinnel and family of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were Sunday night visitors at the Louis Jacobson's. WESLEY i By Mr,. Viola Studer Minneapolis, Minn, with a sister, Mrs. Adelia Thistlewood and a brother, Harold Luken and tteir families. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPE txptrtatctd Imbcilmtft and FuR«ral Directors Hour AmbulniM* Funeral May B« Referred To Us With Confidence M*n«t F1NTON Mf.2796 IINOfTID M6.10M •4*0091 •44.1970 GREAT EWS! Large Crowd At Elevator Fete, Ottosen OTTOSEN - One hundred and seventy-five persons registered Friday at the open house at the Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co. The new elevator on which construction was begun in April and finished in August, was toured by visitors. With the two elevators they now have, it is possible to handle 7/000 bu. of grain per hour. office has ,a Present for the open house were Glenn Grouse and Larry < BurkhajJ of the F.R.C., Wm. Hemmingsen of the Farmer's Grain Dealers of Des Molnes and Ed Ver Steeg of Farm Land Industries. Those who won door prizes were Mrs. Roy Telford, picnic pack, Mrs. Donald Larson, thermo dish server, Mrs. Olvin Haug, 200 pounds of feed, Mrs. Dean Telford, 25 Ibs. of dog food, Eugene Struthers, grease gun, and Merrill Hefty, gallon of paint. Gerald Huffman is the manager. Other employees are Edwin Speich, Roy Enockson, Raymond Borkowski, Leon Ludwig and Mrs. Norma Terwilliger. Victor Banwart is president of the board of directors. Also on the board are Eugene Struthers, Olvin Haug, Ralph Jacobson, Harley Bruellman, Fred Kampenand Bill Bennett. Lunch was served by wives of the elevator employees and directors. Mesdames Ruth Anflnson, Olive Erdman, Blanche Wagner and Be mice Larson of the Britt hospital Auxiliary, served lunch in the Methodist church in Britt Aug. 15 where the Bloodmobile was receiving blood from donors. Fran Funnemark and Alma Funnemark also assisted. One of the circles of Methodist women met Thursday with Mrs. Baylor, one with Mrs. Opal Nygaard and the evening circle met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Vernalda Hansen. 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