The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 12
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6-Algonb (la.) Ufjper Oes Metnes Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Mr and Mrs Richard Mullitts spent last weekend at DCS Moines with Mr and Mrs Richard Barry. Mr and Mrs Myrwin Dimniid had the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Guy Dimond, Britt as guests Thursday. Mr and Mrs Roger Hcndrickson spent Sunday at Bancroft with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Richard Chipman. Dr and Mrs LeRoy Slrnhman spent Monday and Tuesday in Dos Moines attending the Iowa State Dental Ass'n meeting. Diane Rrntz. daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz spent a week ago Saturday at Burt with her cousin Julia Thompson. Mrs Emily Hinggenberg and her brother Floyd Tuttle of Blue Earth, Minn., went to Austin, Minn., Sunday to see their sister Mrs A. E. Frandle, who is hospitalized there. Mrs Jennie Luken was visited Friday by her daughter Mrs Viola Stttdcr and Mrs Gayle Studer and two sons, Wesley, and Mrs Robert Studer and three children, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs Nell Pnttor was among those attending Veishen last week. Mrs Scott Moore, Ames, brought her bnck and spent two days visiting the Lawrence Millers and Mary Fraser. Mr and Mrs Joe Cogloy were recently visited by their daughter, Mary Helen, Sioux City, who accompanied them to Waterloo for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Fred Marquis. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Robinson left May 5 via jet from Minneapolis for Seattle, Wash., where they have hotel reservations for five days in which to attend the fair. They will also go to Tacoma, Wash., to visit Mrs William Oillignn and Mrs Joe Straub spent Friday with friends at Mason Cjty. Mr and Mrs John Hclmnrs have been visited the past week by their daughter, Mrs Robert Carlson, Brainerd, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzcll and Mr and Mrs Roy Htuzell spent Sunday at Melvin and Mr and Mrs Larry Hutzell. Dr. and Mrs Dean Koob are moving about June 1 into the home of the late Dr and Mrs P. V. Janse on East College street. Mrs William Navoichick returned Monday from Kenosha, Wis., where she had spent several days with her mother Mrs Valeria Jurvic. Mr and Mrs Otto Engstrom and Betly Jane have returned from a three week visit at Houston, Tex with Mr and Mrs Howard Eng strom and family. Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckhol and daughter Cheri and Nancy El more spent the weekend in De Moines with Mrs Boeckholt's sis ter and husband, Mr and Mrs Marii Barillas. Mr and Mrs Keith Christie wen visited last week by the latter'; father Gene Hagglund, Essex Sunday guests were Mr and Mr; William Boehner, Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Allen Buchanan wen to Des Moines Sunday and remain ed till Tuesday. The former attend ing the Iowa Title Association meeting of which he has been pros ident the past year. Dr. and Mrs Kevin Nash recent ly visited Mr and Mrs Marior Joselyn, parents of Mrs Nash, anc Mr and Mrs Paul Maggio, Foil Dodge. At Jefferson they visiteo Mr and Mrs Francis Nash and illAU £U LU ICJCUllIrt, VVciail., tU VISUI" " Mr Robinson's aunt, Mrs Anthony I family. Swindle. Mr and Mrs Earl Cooper had ns Mrs Amy Johnson accompanied I guests Saturday Mr and Mrs Wil- Mr and Mrs John Bergam to Em- lQr d Lee. Winona, Minn. Mr and metsburg Wednesday to see their Mrs Clyde Sargent, and Mr and sister Mrs Jack Steaver. Mr Stea- Mrs Harold Orman, Austin, Minn., ver is hospitalized at a Fort Dodge who came to attend the George 'Hospital where he is in serious con- Lee funeral services, dition following a 12 foot fall while Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman and at vvork. the former's assistant Mavis An- Mr and Mrs Frank Butts and derson went to Des Moines Satur- Mrs Bertha Pnmmpr entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday for eye surgery. Mrs Henry Brann went to Spencer Saturday and will visit a week with her daughter, Agnes. Mrs Emily Block, sister of Mrs William Cook, has gont to Pomona, Calif, for a visit with relatives. Mr. mid Mrs. Hay Scliilmopllrr spent the weekend at Ames with Mr and Mrs Cordell Schilmoeller and attended Vcishea. Mr and Mrs William Carney had their granddaughter and family, Mr and Mrs Arlo Leiss, Fort Dodge as guests last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harry Spongbcrg were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs John Spongberg and Johnnie, Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Harry Grrenberg were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Jerry Friedell and three children. Minneapolis. Mrs Joe Bradley took her daughter Mary bati; to buchesne college. Omaha. Neb., last weekend and attended Parents Day observance. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs James Potter and children. Nevada, and Mr and Mrs Edwin Agland, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John Briggs were recently visited by Mr ami Mrs Ralph Block, Eagle Grove. Mr Briggs has been confined to bed the past month. Mr and Mrs Warren Androasen had as dinner guests last Sunday the latter's father, Ray Wharton and Mr and Mrs Ronald Wharton, Barbara and Bonnie, Hampton. Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp brought the latter's brother Clarence Stewart from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, last week Tuesday. He had undergone surgery. Ila Rilsborouglt spent the weekend at Britt with Mr and Mrs M. 0. Richards. They were joined at dinner Sunday by Mr and Mrs Don Honeycutt and Mrs Lou Richards, Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs J. D. Burns returned Sunday from Mason City where she had been hospitalized and is slowly recovering. Mrs Joe Origer, sister of Mr Burns, has returned to her home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Richard Burt were recently visited by the former's father, Neal Burt, Cedar Rapids. Other guests from there the following week were Mr and Mrs David Dishong and family. Mr and Mrs Henry Engstrom attended funeral services last Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn, for a jrother-in-law, Chris Knudsen. The daughter, Mary Ann, Mrs John Jeuthien and children, Douglas, Dale and Darla who have been lere from Chicago, have conclud- Weydert-Harms Nuptials The two Home Economics awards were , presented by Mr. Moats to Dianne Waterhouse and Molly Bartolo. Put-L'-Wiz awards were presented by Mr. Lammers to Larry Runksmeier and Wayne Knoner and the Annual awards presented by Mr. Fain went to Jerry Payne, Tom Busch, Larry Runksmeier, Janet Smith, Molly Bartolo, Wayne Knoner, Steve Johnson, Sharon Klooster and Wallace Kramers- it 11 «>n « !••• u • .»....- _,,,,,~ ....» , uv,,. u V u rv\»ui, tu j-/ca itlUlUCo OalUl ii • • i i i_ Mary Wirtjes had as callers last day where the doctor attended the ed the vlslt and returned nome Sunday Mr and Mrs William Wirt- Iowa Dental Association meeting jes, Alice and Minnie Pannkuk, Titonka, who were en route to Fonda to attend the fiftieth wedding anniverary observance Rev. and Mrs Ferking. and the Centenial committee meeting of Which he is a member. Mrs Anderson attended a meeting of the Iowa Dental Assistants at the Hotel Kirkwood. The United States Testing Co. has proved what users have always claimed. You wake up more refreshed because you sleep more soundly on Beautyrest than on other mattresses. The independent coil construction is the secret of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. Order this world famous Simmons mattress today I Tufted or Smooth Tuftless 79 50 •OX FREE VAN DELIVERY BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE TERMS ESTABLISHED 1925 ALGONA Award Night Is Held Recently At Ledyard Ledyard — The annual Award *Jight supper was held on Wednesday in the Ledyard school, with the Parent Teacher Organization sponsoring the event. Following the dinner, awards were presented in the auditorium by the faculty. Mr. Lammers presented the girls Softball and basketball teams svith their awards, freshmen, D i a n n a Waterhouse,! Softball and basketball; Darlene Logemann, basketball; Lynn Menke, Softball and Deanna Brandt. Softball; sophomores, Linda Pingel, softball and basketball; Sherry Klinksiek, softball and basketball; Gail Bauman, softball and basketball; Ann Carpenter, softball and basketball; Marilyn Johnson, softball and basketball; Diane Doocy, softball; Barbara Farrow, basketball; Becky Blome, softball; Mary Stephas, softball; juniors, Nancy Herzog, softball and basketball; senior, Paula Apka, basketball. Cheerleaders receiving awards were Caroline Busch, Judy Ingebritsen, Mary Stephas and Jane Egesdal. Mr. Fain presented boys baseball and basketball awards: seniors, Steve Johnson, Jerry Payne; juniors, Bill Menke, Marlin Lloyd, Roger Green, Sherwin Brandt, Carl Payne; sophomores, S. R. Payne and Dale Brandt; freshmen, Mark Smith, Dennis Wiekwire Eugene Lloyd, Jon DeBoer and John Pederson. Mr. Anderson presented band and chorus awards to Dianne Waterhouse, Monica Munyer, Jon DeBoer, Deana Brandt, JoyiM Hurlburt, Mark Smith, Judy Berg, Lynn Menke, Faye Kramersmeier, Darlene Logemann, John Pederson, Eugene Lloyd, Ann Carpenter, Marsha Orvick, Roberta Wentworth, Gail Bauman, Sherry Klinksiek, Linda Pingel, Judy Ingebritsen, Dale Brandt, Dianne Doocy, Patty Mayne, Jane Egesdal, Caroline Busch, Carol Dontje, Roger Green, Nancy Herzog, Bill Menke, Marlin Lloyd, Linda Nitz, Gary Ewards, Jerry Gilbertson, Sharon Klooster, Janet Smith, Molly Batolo, Larry Runksmeier, Tom Busch, Steve Johnson, Paula Apka, Wallace Kramersmeier, Wayne Knoner, Rosemary and John Keufi; and Dclures Krebsbach. Speech awards were presented by Mr. Fossum. They went to Caroline Busch, Molly Bartolo, Joyce Hurlburt and Carol Dontje. Mrs. Scott gave the library awards to Linda Nitz, Marilyn and Shirley Johnson, Joyce Hurlburt, Rosemary and Joan Keefe. The Arion Award was presented to the outstanding senior in music, Sharon Klooster, by Mr. Anderson. Future Teachers of America awards was presented to the advisor, Mrs. Rochelle Scott, by Supt. DeBoer, who also presented the Iowa Tes f Educational Development awards to Wallace Kram- ersmeier, Jane Egesdal, Ann Carpenter and Jon DeBoer. The Citizenship Award was presented to Jerry Payne, by the speaker of the evening, Harold Fristedt, Algona attorney, on behalf of the lot/a Bar Association. St. Joe — In a wedding in St. Joseph's Catholic church Apr. 28 at 9:30 a.m. Bonnie Kay Weydert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Anton F. Weydert, became the bride of James D. Harmes, son of Mr and Mrs Irvin J. Harmes of West Bend. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher preformed the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Kenneth Thilges, Harlan Weydert, Richard Plathe and Donald Thilges. The men't choir sang, accompanied by Mrs Adeline Wagner. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of white silk organza over bridal taffeta in a basque styling, with bodice of Chantilly lace with pearl and sequin trim Sabrina neckline. Full skirt was paneled with white lace applique at sides and gathered into a bustle with cathedral train. Head piece of full cloud veil of imported silk bridal illusion attached to a plateau of tiny roses made of silk organza. She carried a bouquet of white calla lilies and a crystal rosary. She was attended by Barbara Ann Weydert and Barbara Kellner. The groom's attendants were Jerome Weydert and Dwaine Weydert. Ushers were Russell Harms and Cyril Thilges. A dinner and reception was held at the West Bend Legion hall for The sophomore class party was 110 guests. Mrs Delmar Plathe and held Saturday night. Mrs D. J. Shey cut and served the Cake. Mrs Lannfe Miller and" Breft da Thilges poured. Following a wedding trip, the couple will be at home on the groom's father's farm east of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reinwald, Skokie, 111. Harold Kinsch, Orange City, la. were relatives from a distance to attend the Weydert- Harms wedding. Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel, Raymond, Minn., formerly from here, also attended. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) * LEDYARD By Mrs. Earl Jorgensort John Klooster was a surgical patient in Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He was released Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cayler and family of Bancroft were Sunday guests of the Bernard Reillys. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome arrived home Thurdsay following a winter vacation with their son Eugene and family in California. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson of Swea City were Sunday evening visitors at the Earl Jorgenson home. Beth Vriesen was released from Park hospital in Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus visited at the Larmon Hattle and Rudy Christiansen honVs at Ringsted Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Nitz was released from the Blue Earth hospital Friday. She had been a medical patient there since Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnston and Tammy of Guckeen, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mileham of Elmore were Sunday guests at the Raymond Herzog home. Mrs. Delbert Schealler and Darcie of Burt visited at the parental Harold Wentworth home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson, Lyle, Eldon and Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans of Swea City were at Storm Lake Sunday for Parent's Day at Buena Vista College. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Loucks and boys visited at the Cecil Pinge] home Sunday evening. The April meeting of the Future Teachers of America was held Apr. 23. A delicious lunch was served. Newly elected Parent-Teacher officers are: president, Everett ard Rlinksfek; secretary, Mfgj.j Eldon,Fain, and treasurer, Mrs! Ted Thilges. ; LONE ROCK NEWS MY; 'and'.;Mrs. Herb Nelson and faniily and^r. and Mrs. Tracy Stone and family were Sunday guests at the Art Randall home in Albert Lea, Minn. 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