The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 14, 1962
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moitict TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1962 Little Dreyer Girl, 4, Dies At Iowa City Lonr Rock — Funeral services for Debbie Jean Dreyer. age -1. were held Saturday, Aug. 11. al Emmanuel Lutheran church in Lolls Creek with Reverend A. E. Vehling officiating. Burial was at Lolls Creek cemetery with Mc- Cullough's funeral home in charge. Pallbearers were Rodney Schmidt, Duane Seegebarth, David Schmidt, Alan Luedlke. Debbie* was born September 9 HIS? and lived wilh her parents on a farm near Lone Rock for four years and eleven monlhs. On Aug. 9, following heart surgery al University hospital in Iowa City she succumbed. Survivors are her parents Mi and Mrs Victor Dreyer, two sisters. Vicki age fi. and Cindy, age 2; grandparents. Mr and Mrs William Dreyer, Lone Rock, ant Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hall of Britt, and a great-grandmother Hall ol Britt. Overnite guests Thursday nile a the Henry Schfdeder home wer Mr and Mrs Ozzie Schmidt an three children of Council Bluff; They left Friday afternoon. Visitors at the home of Mr Margaret Lynch Thursday after noon were Mrs Gertrude Kerr am son Durward and Mrs Roy Zunk le. A birthday party honoring Mr Floyd Duncan was held Fridaj afternoon at the home of Mrs Ar Priebe. The guesls were all mem hers of Mrs Duncan's Sunda. School class. They were Mrs Car ric Voigt, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mrs Bessie Harlman, Mrs Olga Husk amp, Mrs Ella Waile, Mrs Edith Hayenga and Mrs Ed Sly. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroecler and granddaughter Susan attended a Hibbler family reunion Sunday at Carroll. Joel and Barry Priebe ;;re spending a few clays visiting rela- ivcs in Decorah. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Clean, Easy-Picking PIONEER Corn!.. ORDER YOURS FROM- YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley ----- ......... Algona Aaron Steussy ............... Algona Ted Hoover, Sr .............. Aigona Henry Schroeder .......... Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch ............... Bode Walter Vaudt _____ ..... _ Whittemore Everett Ackerson _____ ....... Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Mr and Mrs Virgil Thorson of Austin, Minn, were Sunday evening visitors at the Ed Benken^ dorfs. A 2/c Knut Oppendahl of Offutt Air Force Base at Omaha, Neb. spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Knut Oppendahl. Mrs Earl Olson is working at Kelleys store now while Mrs Leo Tofteberg is at the Gordon Memorial hospital at Sioux City. Dr. and Mrs Robert Olson and Chris were Thursday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Olson. The A.L.C.W. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Chester Alme as hostesses. Devotions were given by Mrs Loren Daniel, president. Delegates to the A.L.C.W. convention to be held at Waverly Aug. 21 - 22 are Mrs Loren Daniel and Ihe alternate, Mrs Antone Speich. The ladies will sell birthday and activity calendars. Mrs Richard Kinseth presented the calendar of causes, which was pensions. Word has been received that Rev. J. 0. Wangberg, former pastor here and at Rolfe, recently suf' fered a stroke & is being cared for by his daughter, Mrs Judith King. Rev. Wangberg is 90 years old. Douglas Daniel is now working at the quarry at Bradgate. LuVerne Girl Is Wed In a pretty summer wedding in the LuVerne Methodist church Sonja Rae Goetsch, daughter o Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Lu Verne, became the bride of Jon Joe Putnam, Sioux City, son ol Mr and Mrs Darel Putnam, Ponca Neb. TWINS Babies were born recently within an hour and 12 minutes of each other to 22-year old twin mothers — Mrs (Marilyn; Venncr of Blairsburg and Mrs Glen (Carolyn) Hoversten of Radcliffe. Both were born by Caesarian section. The double ring candlelight service was read at 3 p.m. Sunday, August 5, by Rev. Worthie Usher. Marietta Whittler was guesl organist and accompanied Arthur Sween as he sang. Escorted down the aisle on the arm of her father, the bride wore a floor-lenglh gown of Belgium lace fashioned with scalloped panels extending down the front of the gown and a cascade of laca and tulle ruffles in the back forming a brush train. Her illusion net veil was held with a pearl filligree crown with droplets of small pearls. She wore a single strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Also a blue garter carried a white handkerchief of her great grandmother Sykes. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations with pink roses scattered throughout the bouquet. Her maid of honor was her sister, Cheryl Anne Goetsch. She was attired in a green silk brocade street length dress, cascade' of white eyelet ruffles forming panel in the back. Her head- THANK YOU! We wish to thank the many hundreds of friends who attended our Grand Opening last Friday and Saturday. Your complimentary remarks and response is greatly appreciated for making our opening a huge success. We also want to thank the merchants of Algona for their many "Welcome" ads and beautiful bouquets of flowers. piece was crown with pearl droplets. Bridesmaids were Rosemary Jones and Linda Swanson. They wore pink dresses and crowns- identical to the maid of honor. They carried miniature bouqucls matching the bride's bouquet. Flower girl was Jan Peterson and ring bearer. Phillip Struthcrs. Tom Putnam was best man and groomsmen were Gene Philiph and John Peterson, Ponca. Candle- lighters were Fred Struthers and David Riley. Ushers were Charles Weber, Don Nielsen, Will Gerkins and Julian Thorell. A reception for 200 guests followed in the church with Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber and Mrs LeRoy Weber hosts. Others assisting were Mrs J. L. Elbert, Mrs Gene Philiph, Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mrs Duane Riley, Sallie Putnam. Julie Johnson, Janet Hass, Judy Jones, Larry Behnkcndorf, Darlene Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Eldon Cuthrell. Mr and Mrs Gary Hcndrich, Lynn Sigings, Grctchcn Zentner, Cindj lugg, Dolores Eggleston, Connie Sanford, Dawn Lindebak. The bride was a June graduate of Morningside College, Sioux Jity, and will teach kindergarten there this fall. The bridegroom is £ 1961 graduate of Wayne Teach ers College, Wayne, Neb. He wili each 6th grade in Emerson school : in Sioux City. (Long's Studio Photo - L'DM Engraving j Juanita Junscn of Panora is visiting this week with Mr and Mrs Wm. Meyer. Mr and Mrs Hubert Murray and daughter Jean of Crown Point. Ind. are visiting Mrs Clara Wolf und other relatives this weekend. Mr and Mrs Urbm Hugist ami daughters of Kivur Forest, III. are guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Minnie Hugist. They attended the Putter.son reunion at the City hall Aug. [2. Earl Johns returned home Monday from Veterans hospital in Des Moines after being a patient for two weeks. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ramus and son were weekend guests at the Art Ramus home in Des Moines. They helped Art celebrate his birthday. Paul and Gary Ernst, sons of Eileen Errust, were on a Ft. Dodge Messenger trip at Lake Okoboji Friday through Sunday. Pamela Andrews Of Burt Is Accounting Grad Rurt — Pamela Andrews, daughter of the Dean Andrews, wa: graduated from the American Institute of business Sunday. The exercises were held in Veterans Auditorium, Des Moines. Pamela, graduate in accounting, is employed as mi accountant in DCS Moines. Attending the commencement exercises were Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews and J. D , Mr und Mrs Michael Scott, Mr and Mrs D. II. Struthers and Mr and Mrs Henry Mertz. SHEAKLEYS ALCQNA EMMETSBURG Blue Birds .Met The annual 4-11 Achievement Day was held at the Legion Hall on Saturday by members of the Burt Blue Birds club. Eleven members with varied home furnishing projects displayed the re' suits of many hours of hard, but [ rewarding work. | When the judging was completed, each member found that she . had at least one article to display j at the fair. Judges were county i committee women, Mrs Wayne Keith and Mr.s Halph Thompson. Plans were completed for the club's booth at the fair. Picnic Meeting Member a of St. Juhn'o Ladit» Aid enjoyed a picnic meeting Thursday. Rev. Wm. Scheer gave the opening scripture and introduced the speaker of the day, Duane Blobaum, ex-director of the Lutheran Home Finding Society at Fort Dodge. A free will offering taken was given lo the home at Fort Dodge. Mrs G. W. Bleich and Mrs Marie Dreyer observed birthdays. Reports of the lOlh Biennual L.W.M.L. were given by members who atlcnded. Mrs Chris Haase accompanied Mr and Mrs Emil Haack, Lone Rock, to Fairmont Friday where !hey allended funeral services for he former's sisler-in-Iaw, Mrs Selma Laabs. Mrs Glenn Mino and Iwo daughters, Swea Cily, visilcd at the Jerry Wiener home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrclt spent Ihe weekend wilh their son Wendell at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Members of (he Jolly Ten club met al the home of Mary Belli Hamilton lo help observe her birthday Wednesday. Sharulyn Nolancl, New Lonrlan. Mo., is spending a (wo week vacation with her aunt, Mrs John Gerber in Algona and with Burl friends. Sharalyn is the daughter of the Rex Nolands, former area residcnls. Carole Sue Wiener, a 19(52 graduate Burt high school, began her duties as an employee at Ihe Iowa Slate Bank in Algona Monday. Russell Castor and sons Dale and Danny Sutherland, spenl Wednesday with Burt friends. Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrett visit- eel the past week at the Ernest , Haack home. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wiener, Carole and Roscanne and Mr and Mrs Andrew Harms and Brenda al- lended a wedding receplion at the Vern Batt home in Estherville Sunday in honor of the Ball's daughter, Sandra, who was married Saturday. Following the reception, Ihe Burt folks attended the Wiener family reunion at Sibley. Mr und Mrs Darrell McFarlands and Mr and Mrs Roger Boyken attended church services at Arnolds Park Methodisl church served by the Rev. Arthur Campncy. 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