2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 4, 1962 Petersons Have Annual Reunion At Tifonka Tidmkii —- The nnnu.nl Peterson reunion was held Aug. 2(! at Call Stale Park. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Pelerson, Krnest Peterson, Arthur Peterson, . and Mr. and Mrs. and Lois, nil of and Mrs. Wayne of Hake. Mr. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Allen and (,'arol I."well Rent ley Titonka; Mr. Kopppn and famih and Mrs. Hichan'l family of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Uinkel and family of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. 'Lawrence \Vinkel and Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Winkel and family of Al- C<>n;i. an,I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry and f.imiiv of U'hilk'inore. !!\-!5csi(!iMil Dies , Grant Huichmsnn, formerly of . Titonka-U'esli-y area, died at' the Veterans hospital. Madison. Wise. • Aug. Ki. Death was due to cancer. .' He had been in poor health for several years. . (iranl lliitcliinsnn was horn at ; lin'slou. Ind.. and came to Iowa . i,i lf'16. In 1!U7, he enlisted in the | . nny during World War F. After thai he served in the marine • carps for II ycnrs and during ! World War II served in the arms and air corps. • Kimeral services were held at .' Minneapolis, \\ith Rev. McNally • in charge. Burial was at Ft". SiK'lling C'emetery. He leaves four sisters and two lirothers to mourn his passing. Tjtonkan Weds Aug. 19 1 Allciid Graduations Mr. and Mrs. Tclko Sleeker. . Judith. Ted and Tom attended graduation exercises at Drake I niversity Friday evening. Their ••••on. Loren, was one of (he graduates. He graduated with honors, receiving his bachelor of science degree in business administration • ;:nd was also selected as a mem-, her of Beta Gamma Sigma, a pro- ' • fe.-sional business fraternity. I en Saturday, the Telko Sleeker family attended graduation exercises at Uiwa Stale I'niversily. Ames, when their son-in-law, Har"!d Prince, received his bachelor <'f science dcproc. He received a .-cholarship from the I niversity 'f New Brunswick, Canada, and will work toward his master's degree there. Beod will be selling real estate. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden. Sylvi,i and Kathleen and Mrs. Louise F,dcn were supper guests Sunday of the Clifford .McGregor's at Armstrong. The McGregor's daugh- of Minneapolis, was also Tl"j Erwin F.dens attended a • iilrthday picnic at the fairground.• ut Blue Earth, Minn. Sunday. Honorecs were : . her mother Mrs. M:ir!ha Pelerson, and Keith Polton and Sharon Gangatee of El- Kimure, Mian. Mr. ami Mrs. Charle- Bee.I and i.iMiily It'll lor .V.buqutTijue. Nc-.v Mexico Tucs'.la}. They plan to ini.ke their homo there and Mr. ter. Lois a guest ! -Judith Sleeker, daughter of the ; Tclko Steckers, left for Pueblo, ' Colo. .Monday where she will re| sunie her teaching duties. | All Titonka stores were closed Labor Day, hut the local school was open, as usual. Sue (.'allies, daughter of the Lester Caliies' starts to beauty I tollepe on Sept. 4 in Minneapolis". 1 Sl.e was a 'i;j high school gradual at Titonka. Two local girls will receive cli- piimias from Iowa Methodist , S' r.ool .if Nursing at the annual • commencement exercises Sept. 7. ' The> are Frances Bahling and] Sharon Kippe/Hrop. Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Sept. 5. The speaker wilj ( >e Mrs. June Goldman of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dietrich and Steven an ended the Dietrich re- '.iniun at Deeorah Aug. 2ii. About 4U relative-, were in attendance. Tilonka — Elaine M a r j o r i e Frantz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle ,V. Frantz of Greeley, Colo., and Dennis Duane Krominga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Krominga, Titonka, were united in marriage at Our Saviour's Lutheran church, Greeley, Colo.. Aug. 19 I ARRIVES OH J motion plctura screen! TECMHiRAMA' TECHNICOLOW I PRESENTED BY WARHER BROS. I SEPT. 13 ROBERT PRESTON SHIRLEY JONES PENNSYLVANIA TIRES Pcinr III OS offers y i } I V C.: 11 Cl for ever complelj I,lie of use Iruc^i, furni et|u,pment. All 1st. line merchandise . . direct from factory to YOU ! ! SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY and save money at the SPECIAL TWO DAY WAREHOUSE SALVAGE SALE September 7th-8th Dozens of items for fu;m and home . . .at prices you can afford, DON'T MISS THE BIG AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPT. 8th 1:30 PM CHARLEY'S LUVERNE, IOWA Rev. Richard Bunge and Dr. John Hiltner officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Dennis Kettle, and violinist, Mrs. Mary Zich. Candles were lit by Ralph Vier- on and Donald Kurth. Diane Wells carried the memory candle Paul McAnally sang. The bride wore a white imported Chantilly lace gown over satin with a scalloped boat neck, trimmed with sequins and pearl. Long tapered sleeves came to a point at the middle of her hands. The full skirt came to an inverted i pleat in back where tiers of gath- j ered lace formed a bustle effect I at the bottom of the Chapel train L The gown was designed -by (he f bride and made by her mother. A I pearl and sequin petal cap held her fingertip veil of silk illusion. I She wore her mother's diamond I watch and a single strand of ! pearls, given to her by the groom, and carried a cascade bouquet of autumn tone caeletya orchids and eold ribbon and lace on a white > Bible. Karen Frantz was maid of honor, bridesmaids were Joan Stewart. La Vita Lu Frantz and Jan 'Choi I. • Marihn Clark was flower girl. Peter Bratton wa.s ring bearer. • lack McClelland was best man '. 1 -ind ushers were Henry Giesman. ' ! Russell Krominga. Norman Frantz. ' Ernest Yieron, Gordon Lacy and ! Jim Half. i ! A reception was held in the par: ish hall for 250 guests. Mrs. Al ; Kuehcr cut the cake, assisted by , Mrs. Russell Krominga and Mrs 1 Glen Miller. Mrs. Kenna Frantz and Mrs. Doris Schaefer poured. Guest book was kept by Mrs. Ernest Vieron and high school friends of the bride assisted with the gifts. After a honf;, moon at Yellowstone National Park anrl the Black Hills, tin- couple are at home at Wau.-rly v.here both will attend college, i I.DM Engraving) Mrs Mabel Peterson returned to her home at Clear-water, Fla , after spending since early August with her sister. Mrs Sadie Denton, ami also visiting other relatives and friends Mr and Mrs F.rvin Eden and Svlvia and Kathleen recently re- •urned from a trip in Yellow ,lone N'atmnal Park, going through M'.nt.ma and the Bl.uk Hills On he wj> home, the;, v i.Mted an mi' le and aunt the Wm. Spricks at Lake Andes. S D The Lewis Giesking. Sr. family have gone to Phoenix, Ariz, for the winter Their son, Lewis Jr., d 'iJ high school graduate, plans !o aiu-iid college al Arizona State Mr and Mrs Sonus Isebrand are vacationing for a short time •Mr and Mrs. Richard Gipple moved into the Chas Beed They both teach here. 1 'I uesda> evening, Luther f and Brotherhood of Good Lutheran church met to- Speaker for the evening Ru-lfer of Lakota. have house On H pe G Thin ,day Ihiough Wedrie.sdav •.% 'e|,l on Sunday - "Bun Vo\;Ike'' V l»i :i •',(> ' } fa Saturday matinee al 1 ,j() SumliM - 1 •« .4 j.j . e V:i . fj j- Honor Sisters With Shower At St. Joe St. Jop— Thr Sisters were lion nrcd with a coin and food showei Tuesday evening in St. Joseph's school, with 90 in attendance. A get-acquainted hour was followcc ay lunch, with Mrs E. J. KnIIasch, Mrs Albert Thilges, Mrs Martin 'Yideres, Mrs M. T. McGuire and Urs Wm. B. Dcvine in charge; iOO was played, with Mrs John B. Ceding and Mrs Bob Kirsch receiving prizes. Mrs Henry Bormann received door prize. Open Season C.D.A. will hold their first meeting of (he fall with Mrs Francis Erpelding. grand regent, presiding Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. Committee in charge will be Mrs Leonard McGuire. Mrs Martin Frideres, Mrs Damien Centgraff. Mrs Ralph Reding, Mrs Albin Kayser, Mrs Edward Thilges and Mrs Alfred Reding. Starting Thursday Walt Disney presents "Ban Voyage" for one full week at The Algona Theatre Mrs Nicholas Weydert ontertain- ed her 500 club with Mrs Dick Girres as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Ralph Reding, Mrs Orville Wagner and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Mrs Anton Weydert on- tertains the R-Nu Club Sept. 27. Mr ana Mrs Mark Thilges are HURRIED KISS is planted on Fred MacMurray's face by Jane Wy tan in Walt Disney's comerly-romance, BON VOYAGE! The two star with Michael Callan and Deborah Walley. Co-stars are Jessie Royce I.amlis. Tommy Kirk and Kevin Corcoran. Buena Vista releases. parents of a son born Aug. 28 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. There are also two girls in the Thilges family. Mr and Mrs Herman Crotts of West Bend and Mrs Maggie Thilges, St. Joe, are grandparents. Mr and Mrs John Gales are parents of a daughter born Aug. 30 in St. Ann hospital. This makes two girl's in the Gales family. Mr and Mrs Ray Gales of Livermore are the paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Math Bormann, Algona, observed their 40th wedding anniversary Aug. 30 in the K.C. Hall in Algona with relatives and friends from here attending the observance. Mr and Mrs John Thul accompanied by Mrs Ray Forsyth, Fort Dodge, and David Thul, Mountain View, Cal. were Fridav visitors in the Jake Becker home 1 ' neaf Bancroft. On Sunday Mr and Mrs John Thul were visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Eischen in St. Benedict. Knights of Columbus regular monthly meeting will be held Sept. 6 at !l o'clock in the local club rooms with Raymond Kohlhaas. grand knight, presiding. Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe and family spent three clays in the Twin Cities attending ball games and the Minnesota State Fair. Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas took Mrs Kohlhaas' sister, Mrs Lizzie Cox to her home after a visit here with relatives and friends. They also attended the Minnesota State Fair before returning home. Mrs Mathew O'Conner ffom Parsons, Kan. arrived Wednesday fo. 1 a visit with relatives and friends and to attend the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Math Bormann in Algona. Mrs O'Conner is a sister of Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Lorenz Bormann, Ernest Bormann, John Bormann and Edward Bormann, all from here, and Mrs Annie Gcischecker, Math Bormann and Mike Bormann,, all from Algona. Mr and Mrs Arnold Ducr and family visited the Milton Madsen family Sunday at Spirit Lake and also visited the Bruce Monson family at Lutheran Lakeside camp. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. 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