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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
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Slgona ESTABLISHED 1865 Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona. Iowa 150511). Nov. 1. 1332. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1968 Virg mia Sifert Weds Dan Wehrspan Feb. 19 The wedding of Virginia Sue Sifert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sifert, and Dan E. Wehr- span, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Wehrspan, all of Algona, was held Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. Rev. Paul H.Sohn officiated at the candlelight double ring service. Organist was Wilbert Ruhnke and soloist was Duane Dreyer. The bride's wedding gown had a set-in watteau effect of nine self ruffles descending from a scoop back neckline with a ruffled panel topped by a large self bow and molded empire bateau neckline, elbow length sleeves, with dacron and Venice lace circling the empire waist. She carried white carnations. Matron of honor was Mrs. Gregory Kinsman while Susan Kay Wehrspan was bridesmaid. Robert Evers was best man and Gregory Kinsman was groomsman. Ushers were Gerald Hentges and Clifford Kollasch and Greg and Jeff Allen were can- dlelighters. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents following the wedding. Christine Eckhart had charge of the guest book, Jack Dreyer and Karen Wehrspan served punch, Mrs. Dean Wehrspan poured coffee, Mrs. Duane Dreyer cut the wedding cake, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reimers were hosts and Linda Hentges, Sharon Wehrspan and Verdeen Shaw opened the gifts. Following a short wedding trip, the newlyweds are residing in a Bjustrom apartment here. He is employe<J by United Building Center. The newlyweds received a call from his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan, who are vacationing at St. Petersburg, Fla. and were unable to attend the wedding. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Relatives Of Wesleyan Hurt In Accident WESLEY - Vince Eisenbacher and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Eisenbacher spent a recent weekend at Danbury. Mrs. Jim Eisenbacher's parents, the August Weimers and four of their children were injured and hospitalized following a car-road grader crash. The young folks were enroute to school when the grader, on the wrong side of the road, met them head-on at the crest of a hill. Three of the young folks were hospitalised for 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Eisenbacher remained at the Weimer home for some time to help out. - o- IS HONORED Vince Eisenbacher reports that his soiMn-4aw, Albert Goranson, Bartlesville, Okla., was recently named Young Engineer of the Year at the Bosses Day Luncheon of the BarUesviUe chapter of the Oklahoma Society of Pro- fessional Engineers. Mrs. Goranson is the former Rita Eisenbacher. Mr. Goranson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Darly Goranson of Buffalo Center. Jane Eisenbacher and her husband, Terry Kraut are Bartlesville residents and he is employed at the engineer plant. - o - Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Nell Frimml will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Minn, spent the March 3 weekend with her father, Ed Hildman, and his sister, Mrs. Geo. Scuffham and family at Algona. They also visited Mrs. Lyon's sister, the Robert Kainsand family, Algona. Mrs. Wilfred Becker reports that her mother Mrs. (Josie) Fred Korte suffered a broken knee in a fall at her home in Britt Wednesday. She had surgery at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Thursday morning. Mrs. Becker is with her at the hospital. Neighborhood Birthday Club met with Mrs. Justine Becker Wednesday in honor of her birthday which was Feb. 29, and the February birthday of Mrs. Orville Smith. Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening at Al's Lounge. Mrs. H. H. Raney won high score prize and will have the next party. The baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, rural Algona March 2 has been named John Mathias. The infant is a grandson of Mrs. Justine Becker. The Beckers are former Wesley residents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker and Mrs. Justine Becker attended the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Margaret Thilges at St. Joe March 2. Will Hauptly was a patient at Hancock county Memorial Hospital, Britt, several days last week for medical care. Vince Fish entered the Britt hospital March 4 for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. George Roth of Woden visited his sister, Mrs. Louisa Fish and family one evening last week. Marlene Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner, recently completed a nine-month course at Hamilton Business College, Mason City. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Elmer Doughan attended a meeting of the Jolly Dozen Feb. 5 at the home of Mrs. Sue Wright, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith returned recently from a two-week visit in Chicago with her brothers and a sister and their families. The Leap Year baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hejlik of Britt Feb. 29 in Hancock Memorial Hospital has been named Donald Gary and he has two small sisters. Mrs. Hejlik is the former Mar celleDornbier, daughter of the Clarence Dornbiers of Wesley. Mrs. Leon Gardner attended a pre-nuptial shower March 6 in the Good Hope church for Becky Heller, who became the bride of Mr. Gardner's nephew, Airman David Camp, Saturday evening in the First Lutheran Church, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner, Richard arid Marlene attended the wedding. Wesley Lady's Sister Dies, Fort Madison WESLEY - Mrs. R. C. Bauer received word of the death of her sister, Mrs. Joseph Krogmeier, 74, Fort Madison, Tuesday. She died of a heart ailment. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at the Catholic church there. She is survived by two other sisters, Mrs. Gus Brandt of Clear Lake and Mrs. Katherine Krogmeier of Fort Madison, one son and two daughters. The deceased was the former Mayme Uhlenhake, daughter of the late John Uhlenhakes, who were Wesley residents. Mr. Uhlenhake was in the Uhlenhake and Butts Banking and Implement business at Wesley. 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