The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 12, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, Jon. 12, Hemmingsens Of Wesley 40 Years Wed WESLEY - On,, Dec. 25 the relatives and friends of Mr. And Mrs. H. E. H^niminssen gathered <it the Methodist church to honor therr, or. their 40th •A-eddi.i£ diJiiversar;,. Hjstsfor the occasion were their three .daughters and their husbands; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. \Vils-: \nn;, Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. I. D, rtos- hsim <'Jean;, Madison, Wise, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hildel and (Carol), B:itt. Nine grandc ild- ren -A ere present .tnd also assisted. Guests attending were from New-;!!, St-jrm Like, V.u'i Meter, ^naw'.ia, S^c City, i es Moines, Hedfield, Vrmstrong, Corwitli, Victoi, Goodeil, Dexter, Burt, i Mimie- dpulis, Minn., Maryville, Mo., Britt, Alicoru, Madison, Wise., Pittsburgh, Peru.., and Brooking s, S. L». Mr. dJid Mrs. 1. D. K-isheur, anJ U i childien returned to their home in Madison, Wise. Dec. 23, after spending their Christmas vacation in the par- RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona, la. Phone 295.3535 enUl Harold Hemmingsen home. - o - AUXILIARY MEETING The American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, in the Mrs. Jo Meurer home with fourteen meml>ers present. Helen Johnson reported that she had sent a box of Christmas gifts for rr.en and women at Woodward, valued at $28. The money was contributed by the members at the Christmas party. She also reported that she had sent 4,210 coffee strips, certificates and labels to headqjarters. Joan Grandgenett, president, announced that the 47th mid-winter Auxiliary conference will beheld in Hotel Fort Des Moines, Feb. 5 and C. Trie national president from Florida will be guest speaker at the banquet. Rita Youngwirth was appointed an executive board menV-er. Following the business meeting man;, pounds of carpet rags were torn. They are to be sent to the Veterans Hospital at Knoxville. Mrs. Meurer and Helen Johnson served lunch. Herman Studers entertained their 500 club Sunday evening, Jan. 1. Prize winners were Mildred Arndorfer, Josie Lick- teif, Len Arndorfer, Elmer Doughan and Lou Lickteig. A family rnlidiy gathering was held in St. Joseph's parish hall Dec. 28. Attending we re the John Loebies, Iowa Falls; Sister Mary Giovanni (Mary Joan), Milwaukee, Wise.; Elry Loebigs, Cherokee; Sister Mary Mi- chaelins (Ellen), Milwaukee, Wise.; Larry Cooks, Spencer; and Merle Loeblg. Wesley. Paul Goetz of the Offutt AFB, Omaha, spent several days in the parental George Goetz home over the New Year's weekend. Other New Year's Day guests were the Frank Kischs and A.-- lene Goetz of Algona. Guests in the H. E. Hemnrng- sen home Monday were the C. J. Wilsons, Belmond and the Lee Hildebrands of Britt. Guests in the Lou Simpson homo Sunday, Jan. 1 for oyster stew and chili supper were the Lloyd Gerbers, Algona, Kenneth Donovans, Estherville, Bob Lewerkes, Britt, Dorothy Simpson, Des Moines, Art Larsons, Buffalo Center, Anton Pearsons, Stanley and Richard Simpsons and Duane Larson. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, Jan. 17. There will be a question box. Mr. and Mrs. Ray S'.evens and son Ray spent Christmas Eve University Seniors Wed When temperatures keep you home. GET THINGS DONE BY PHONE! •35, A3, !:• do your stepping mart .iSilS lake care of errand? itaC" for your p^one n any of Aeathe, I'-jr te^pic-ne • $ f ig r .t there on me r~r ;; n:aKe !i.,ng easier Tore centner- r:r jjj Northwestern Bell Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holcomb who were married Dec. 18 at the First Lutheran Church here. Joyce Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson, became the bride of Robert A. Holcomb, son of Mrs. Edward J. Hough. Pastor Robert Lorenz performed the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Dianne Malueg, Algona. Janene Kuhl, Sioux City, was bridesmaid. Best man was Dennis Helmke, .Algona, and groomsman was Stephen Fobes, Edgewood. Ushers were Charles Streit, Algona, and William Gran, Sioux Rapids. Soloist was Keith Dwlre, Lakeville, Minn., accompanied by Mrs. Vernon Jensen. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Gayle Phillips, Algona, had the guest book. Mrs. Gertrude Woith, Owatonna, Minn., and Mrs. William Finn poured coffee. Waitresses were Trudy Bartholomew, Algona, and Joan and Susan Larson, Lehlgh. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf, Algona, were host and hostess. The couple, seniors at the University of Iowa, will live in Iowa City after a wedding trip to Minneapolis. (Glenn Studio Photo) in the George Tusha bomp in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier were also guests there. The Stevens were Christmas Day guests in the hDme of his parents, the Robert Stevens in Algona. They spent New Year's Day in the home of his cousin, the Lowell Lenningers, who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary that day. Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mrs. Herm?ji Bode attended the meeting of the Jolly Dozen Club Tuesday afternoon at the Mrs. Sue Wright home in Britt. Mrs. Rich Reiling entertained her contract bridge club at Al's Lounge, Monday evening, Jan. 2. Bill Koppen took his mother, Mrs. L. S. Koppen to Rochester, Minn. Wednesday, where she had a check-up at the hospital. The Bill Koppens and her father, A. J. Renger of Bancroft, spent Dec. 26 in Dubuque where they visited Sister Annette, OSF, Sister'Mary Harriet, OSF, and Sister Mar)- Jucunda, OSF, the latter at St. Mary's Home. They joined other relatives for a 67th birthday party for Mr. Renger at his home Saturday evening. Gall, the six year old daughter of the John Youngwirths, spent a week over the holidays at the home of her uncle and aunt, the Frank Bieggers in Des Moines. Franklin Bodes entertained at several tables of 500 Wednesday evening. Vern Olson and Joan Loss were high score winners. Betty Bode was second high. The Jim Ryans of Marengo were guests in the Frank Frimml home several days during the holidays. New Year's Day guests in the Lawrence Baylor home were the Henry Weilands, Weston Gaults, Pete Jacobsons, Mrs. Rollie Fannin and Earl Fitzgerald, all of Britt; and Irving Isaacsons of Dayton, la. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Ed Robinson, North Platte, Nebr., and Mrs. Phil Wilson of Britt. Baylors took Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiland to Hampton Wednesday to the Darrell Wilsons. On Thursday the Weilands left for Dallas, Tex. with Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. Phil Wilson, where they will spend some time. Tom Studer, who is employed as herdsman on the Royal Tartan farm near Lockport, 111., spent Dec. 22-Jan. 2 at the parental Nate Studer home. ZenoNeuroth of Green, la., was also a guest of his sister, Mrs. Nate Studer, and family at that time. Other New Year's Day guests were the Harold Kopel family of Marshalltown and the Jack Grants of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. John Welter, Bill and Jeff, Dubuque, visited her father, Ben G. Studer, Thursday. They all visited Mrs. Studer, a patient in the Hancock County hospital in Britt. The Darrell Robinsons of Decorah, spent the New Year's weekend in the parental Clare Robinson home. Steven John was born Dec. 28 to the Gary Ludwigs in Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. He was baptized Jan. 1 in the St. Benedict Catholic church by Father Ruba. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farrell of Sioux City. The Herman Beckers and Mrs. Agnes Ludwig are his grandparents. The Gary Ludwigs moved recently from St. Benedict into the Methodist parsonage, which they have rented. W. S. C. S. met in the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon with Vernelda Hansen, Esther Smith, Olive Erdman and Emma Martinek as hostesses. Beginning in February the meetings will be held on the first Thursday of each month instead of on the first Wednesday. Wesley Family ^ Bids Adieu To Two Members WESLEY - The Albert Lick- teigs were hosts to a large group of relatives in St. Josephs parish hall Tuesday evening, January 3 as a farewell courtesy to their daughters: Helen, who works as a church volunteer in Nixon, Texas, and for Ruth, who closed her beauty shop here and will begin work in a shop in Cedar Rapids Jan. 16. Helen had spent two weeks in her parental home. Ruth accompanied her to Texas, for a short visit. Guests at the party included Ed Kenyons, of Whittemore; Mrs. Teresa Berger and family and Bob Lickteigs of Algona; Lou, Hugh and Tom Lickteigs of Wesley; Fritz Huglins, Mason City; *********; Vine Smiths, Buffalo Center and Vine Eisenbackers of Wealey. Following a program of vocal and instrumental music 500 was played and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Cari Froelich and Mike spent the Christmas Weekend in Des Moines with their daughter and sister, the Grover Foote family. .Another daughter and sister, Mrs. Keith Cockrell and husband of Chicago visited the Froelicns and the Archie Cockrells inCor- •A-ith over the holiday weekend. Recovering From Machine Injury \VESLLY - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sc'i:,i-Jth visited their grandson Dennis, the 17 year old son of the Paul Schrauth's of Bancroft, who is a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. He caught the glove of his right hand in the power takeoff, as he shut off the tractor of the feedgrinder, that he and his brother Pat had been operating. His arm was broken in four places, from the twisting of the power machine, and he also received a badly skinned hand and fingers and chest bruises. Dennis is a senior in St. Johns at Bancroft. Former Wesley Merchant Dies WESLEY- Word was received here Friday morning of the death of Charles Kraus 87 of Keister, Minn. Funeral services were held in the Evangelical United Brethern church in Keister Saturday at 1 p.m. Burial was in Manly. Charles operated a general store in Wesley many years before moving to Keister 16 years ago. Mr. Kraus is survived by his widow and two sons, Don of Britt and "Chuck" of Kiester. Linda Nelson Of LuVerne Is Engaged To Wed | TITONKA 1 By Mrs. Mary Sehroeder Mrs. Orpha MechJer left last Wednesday by plane from Mason City to go to Pleasant Hill, Calif, for the winter months. Titonka Methodist W. S. C. S. met Wednesday at Fellowship hall. The lesson, "The Christian and Culture_" t was presented by Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger.'Mrs. Clar- -ence Akkerman led Worship. Hostesses were Mesdames Charles Beed, Terry Schutjer, George Uken and Raymond Schutjer. Roger .Akkerman left Sunday for Oakland, Calif., then for Viet Nam, after spending a 14-day furlough at the parental Clarence LINDA NELSON Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Lu Verne, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Rae, to Gene Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Will, Lu Verne. Linda is majoring in elementary education at Moring- side College, Sioux City. Gene will graduate in the spring from the Sioux City area Technical School as a mechanical draftsman. _________ Akkerman home. Their older son, B?uce, left Monday for Okal- homa City where he will be stationed. Mrs. Ross Buffington is a surgical patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Many in this area have been laid low for a time with the flu. Miss McGuire Of St. Joe Is Shower Honoree ST. JOE - Forence McGuire was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's School hall Sunday with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Assisting the honoree at the gift table were a sister, Mrs. Ernest Berte and a niece, Janet McGuire. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mrs. Alfred Zeller and Mrs. Eugene Thul receiving prizes. Joan Reding received the •door prize, Miss McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, T. McGuire, will be the bride of James Doyle of Bancroft Jan. 14 at 10 o'clock in St. Joseph's Catholic church. - o MEETING HELD C.D.A. met Jan. 11 with grand Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Ne» Y.rk, N.Y. (SpccUl) - For thp tint time science has found a new healine substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain —without surgery. In case after case, while frently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amaiing of all-results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" 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