The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1962 · Page 16
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8-Alg6na (la.) Up pef 11, Mary Trunnelle Weds rings, a gift of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school and Mercy hospital, school of nursing and is employed at St. Ann hospital, Algona. The groom is a graduate of St. John's parochial school, Bancroft, and is engaged in farming near Burl. A wedding dinner was served in St. Joseph's parish hall to immediate relatives and friends. I ho re ce.piioii that afternoon \un held ir (he home of the bride. Mrs Darrell Fiscncr rcri.stered he guests. Lucille Carroll server' punch. Mrs Leandcr Meiike poured punch and Mrs Ihizel Carroll cu and served the cake, i N'els Isaac son Photo - I'DM Engraving) Ex-Bancroft Man Succumbs Wesley — Mary Janice Trunnel le, daughter of Mr and Mrs Theo dore Trunnelle, was married t Arthur G. Kahler, son of Mr and Mrs Alva Kahler of Burt Aug 14 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Cath olic church by Rev. Robert Phillips. Mrs Lewis Gilbride of Algona, I sister of the bride, was maid of I honor; Miss Carroll of Titonka and Judy McManus of DCS Moines were bridesmaids. Annette Gilbride was junior bridesmaid. Best man was Vernon Kahler, brother of the groom. Other attendants included Ted Trunnelle, Jr. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white silk taf/eta and lace and carried a cascade arrangements of •ed roses. She wore pearl ear- Baiirroft — Goerpe Robinson, 71. f-inr.cr Bancroft re-Ment and bro li'.-r of Syhv-jJer P 'hj>wi. diV recently at a F.iirmont hospital. He had been ill three weeks following a heart attack. He was married to M;irv 1) :ory at Bancroft, who survives! Others who survive are three sons a one daughter, Arthur and Russe Fairmont. Gerald. Milwaukee. ,, Mrs Edward Leiferman. Kenosh Wis.; three brothers, one siste .Sylvester. Bancroft. Allen a Cecil. California, an'l Mrs Man McCord. Waukegan, III. Funeral services were held Fairmont with Father Hilary M N'allan officiating. Burial was Calvary cemetery. Fairmont. HONORED Mrs Mary Weston. 102 year ol •esident of Strawberry Point ant R. L. Whitehead. M. of Edgewoo . . were honored recently as being the oldest woman and man attending the Three Quarter Century Club banquet at Oelwein. Corwith-Wesley Schools Open; More Students \\etlry — Corwith - Wesley schools opened Aug. 27 with an in crease of students over last year's figures. Elementary enrollment is 377 ninth grade, 35: tenth grade, 31- eleventh grade, 22; and the twelfth grade. 2f, for a total of 113 this yrar. Hot lunches ore prepared and served by Mrs Harold Price, Mr- 'ulius Mat/ and Mrs Pearlinn Johnson. Mike Flom is custodian. Family I'piminn Mr and Mrs Mark Bode and family ( .,f Omaha, Neb. left for their home Aug. 2fi. Mr ajid Mr." Bode and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Proharka of Duncan spent several Hys in a cottage at Okoboji. Diane and Joni Bode spent the veek with their paternal grandpar- •nts. Ihe Herman Bodes "and John Mary Bodo spent the week 8lr , „ lh « Corwith building of the Corwith B.c k « r . Mr and Mrs Black HiHs area. They saw the remodeling. Mr Jacobson' Passion Play at Spearflsh, and the with elevator building Oahe clam at Pierre and spent a "»"'"£ day with Mr Becker's brother, Hobby Show Father Luke Becker at Pierre. Tho i „,)• r, Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and Thursdav rL ir*" 3 ' S lub mc( amilyand Mrs Urban Liekteig afbwer a n J hnhh "I Wi " Sp ° nsor vent to Dubuque Aug. 26 to visit The nnhl?^. hobb y sh ,°w Sept. 20. heirjaughters, Sistlr M. Jane!| a ^gf£ ^ J™*! to exhibi, >r hobbies. The exhibit in ' ' " Sister M. St. James at Pre- entation Academy, 1 sno] Mr and Mrs Clarence Dornbier w ji] nd Mr and Mrs Don Dornbier njoyed a sightseeing trip last eek through South Dakota, Colo- ado and Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Merle Loss had as eir Aug. 26 dinner guests Mr nd Mrs Al Erpelcling, Mr and Mrs Jill Erpelding, Mr and Mrs Dean ^oss, all of Algona, and Mr and rs Joe Krieps. 0. The exhibit The ladies wi also serve a silver tea. ^"l^H^ard Thompson with their maternal grandparents the John Steiers at Whittemore. The Bode families and the Proh- askns hud attended the annual Bode family reunion at the K. C hall. Algona. Aug. 19. The Franklin Bodes also attended the reunion. Howlers Start Wesleyans who began bowling Thursday evening at Britt include Laura Klein, Mary Lou Studer Mary Reiling, Jeannine Ackerson Jonnelle Devereaux and Heler Youngwirth. who are sponsored by Exchange State Bank; Ermr umz. Margaret Root, Sara Raney fary Mullin. Faye Loebig and : ernie Hamilton, sponsored by Jill's Standard. Irene Liekteig rene Hanig, Mary Krieps, Joan oss and Ruth Youngwirth, spon- ored by the North Central Com- odity Corporation. Other women who plan to bow 1 md who are sponsored by the armer's Coop Elevator Co. in- ude Minnie Bleich. Marjorie etz, Joan Vitzthum, Kay Hilbert sie Kunkel, Jean Studer and rilyn Grandgenett. Plnn To Move Lou Simpson and George, Donnie an-1 Dale recently enjoyed several days outing and fishing ..rip into northern Minnesota. Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen substituted for the postmaster during his absence. The post of/ice equipment and supplies are to be moved to their new location in the Lease buildinp on the south side of Main street about Oct. 1 CDA Mooting C C l A 's met Aug. 28 with Mild- rt-tl Arndorfor. grand regent pre- t;. She urged members to gc' candidates for initiation ceremon »-s which will be held at the Octo- meeting. The names to b- submitted at the September meet ing if possible. Mary B-vie W 'urer gave a talk and Clara' Erd m s name was drawn for dw 8nd JOSie Gougf? for until we did something c&ouf it OURSELVES! Bridge and 500 were played Mil tired Arndorfer and Mary Bodr high and low in bridge We might still be dome chores hv inni™^ r ut instead of electric motors if wThTdn < , '" ' ^ ° UF bat * 3 done. In the few years since "J co ons, °p ini/ " d C °-° r ' S to « ct tl: * try have been totally elecuificl P "'" ' m °° l Uv ing * ° f tsch !ov » Ptman ' Angdine °er. MM i \ H f mg ' Arlene Tebben w -t on rh Ud l r I"' Emma Ols ^ u., n Q , kltchen c °mmittee. Jtan Studer, Madonna Studer M-rione Becker, Minnie Bleich' j -Marilyn L.ckteig and Mary on the entertainment m th < need wor k Whatever the great advances of thr cor~I^ , Tnrq " , can he used to distribute the Lc-nc-R-o' - '', / ' ' number of people. ' " J' r '^' ; '- ^ ' '-• NO. 19 OF A SERIES - PRESENTED BY FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode r:— — •••• . •Mm-,.' ,' Ha yncs .C » '.r' HI i T, M " ' a *"-nce »-,.'.r ..11 i L . a ,l devotions and Mrs ' •"'! -nles will have the l es " n ' !a "-i '•"• the annual chK- kf . r 'l'^:; >><-• te '" Sept. .3 , Ki ."-' L "' Srr "'h. stu'lcnt nurse ." '- uk< 7 m f.V-ta '' -'k - CO-OP ELEV A OR HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ' i'l ' WH ( TTEMOR E CO-OP E'EVATO, BURTC 00 P BURT CO-OP luVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR... FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR.. . ' It I IV. I J./U1 ' ''••'• ' •><''••' Herman Smith. " ;v. Herman Smith went tr •"pint \.;iki- Au« 2!! t .. "M' r "? /'"' a fc '"" w ' Ja «t"r Mr and Mrs Cletus West huvr purchased the late Alf Studer 0* I' 1 '" hou *-- an(J S«l po ssession Sept" fadc-l Ernest Carlson recent!v complied SIX weeks of ^J^ 11 * *v U. 1 ( snmmtn- ,.... . fZ . . ,, f Curtis Mgr. graduate of the University'"S Wesleyans who attended the sil ver wedding anniversary ,,f M' I,"' ""ward Sparks Aug. ' J 3 jf.*'s, J 0 h n Youngwirths, I a 'rrv ljramlt.eiK.-tts and Russell Swan- ii (.) II b . Mr and Mrs John Liekteig spent several days last week in Dubuque with their daughter, Mrs Frank Ottoscn Richards at ,,, 'ing anniver sary of Mr and Mrs Warren Peterson at Estherville Sunday The Jacobson family enjoyed a reunion Sunday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and tamily, Mr and Mrs Allen Wehrs- pann and family, Mr and Mr? Lotus Jacobson and family, Mr and There has been a con- ^L^ 3 ^ Klemmc of Now Pro- Many Moves In Otfosen Area siderable amount of moving in the community recently. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter have moved from their farm to a home in the north part of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter and family have moved from the Kelley apartment in town to the Antone Waechter farm. Mr and Mrs Leslie Carlson have moved from Bode into the Kelley apartment. He is principal of the w ro vidence and Mr and Mrs Jamc* Jacobson of Algona, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arland, Mr and Mrs Sam Thorsland and Sammy of Bode, Mrs Kate Jacobson of Lone Rock, Mrs Art Bartlett and Steve of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobson and family of Mallard. Monday evening visitors at the were Mr and -•*vt.uuj V^WIIII1|; Richard Kinseth's n Mrs Mount 0. Kinseth and family of Algona. tors were Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Olvin Hang and sons. The guests were helping Mrs Richard Kinseth observe hei birthday. Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Walter Jacobson of Rembrandt spent the week of Aug. 26 at Jenkins, Minn, where they enjoyed a week of fishing. Sherry Giles of Geneseo, 111. came Saturday to visit Gary Sen- ultz. Fred Struthers of South St. Paul, Minn, spent the weekend with Naomi and James Struthers. Mr and Mrs Lyle Waechter and son of Iowa City visited- the Verne Waechters Sunday. Sunday evening visitors at the Ralph Richards were Mr and Mrs Marshall Calef and Patrick of Oskaloosa and Will Sittler of Humboldt. t. Mrs Merle Halsrud, Mrs Jennie j Bratland and Mrs Mina Wehrspann I helped surprise Mrs Laura Halsrud at Bode Friday on the occasion of her birthday. Other guests were Mrs Sherman Silbaugh, Mrs Richard Christiansen, Mrs Oswald Halsrud of Humboldt and Mrs Harold Dale of Dakota City. HLOOMS Mrs W. D. Hussey of Storm Lake has a very unusual plant called a night blooming sereus that recently produced seven large blossoms. The gorgeous plant blooms only once a year, always at night and for a matter of just a few hours. The blooms open up about G p.m. and then begin to close about midnight. It is the first time he 7-year old plant has had more .han three flowers on it. — — ^— ****** *«**4 l»jl a j LJI ™ •••••! GUARANTEES YOUR RIGHT TO BUY FUTURE INSURANCE REGARDLESS OP HEALTH OR OCCUPATION Another NEW Farm Bureau life Plan to serve you and your family. Costs only a few pennies a day. You can exercise options at each option date • • • or pass any or all options. Ask fftfi? featurM - m » ubject to fflRfl)BUREfll) f AIM IUIEAU ItfllPINB. FOR DETAILS CALL OR SEE DON STARK 218 S. Moore Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-3351 INSURANCE^" COMPANY >;®' DEI MOINIS. IOWA Theif GAS WHY IS NATURAL GAS HEAT FOUND IN MORE ALGONA HOMES THAN ALL OTHER KINDS COM- BINED (BOTH OLD AND NEW HOMES)? Five reasons so many people — over 29 million home- owners - prefer Natural GAS heat. EP- 1. ECONOMICAL - GAS is nature's fast, efficient fuel, heats without waste. 2. CLEAN - because GAS burns completely, everything stays bright. 3. COMFORTABLE - Natural GAS responds instantly, heats evenly. 4. CONVENIENT — no space waste for fuel storage, no deliveries, Natural GAS is always there. 5. AUTOMATIC - thermostat controls everything, nothing to set, check or forget. This i, 'he home of Mr and Mr*. C. R. laBarre, who live in a scenic spot in a wooded area at the south ed fl e of Algonp. The.r GAS heating equipment was installed by North Central Public Serv. Co. 9 NORTH 109 So. Harlan Your GAS Company CY 4-2484

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