• 1 :* , •'<'& Burt Girl Weds Sept. 15 Ms wife and eight children, Thomas, Marvin, Mrs Orville Puch- sen and Mrs Wilmer Metzger, all of West Bend, Mrs Gene Davi? of Austin, Texas, Mrs Ada Meer and Mrs Larry Montag of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs Charles Sch midt of Ottosen. Also surviving are 25 grandchildren; three brothers and twr sisters, Andrew Laubenthal and Mrs John Kollasch of Algona Mrs C. R. Kollasch of Whittemore, John Laubenthal of Fenton and Dr. A. J. Laubenthal of Emmetsburg. Kathleen Faber, daughter of the Melvin Fabers, Burt, and Donald Loew, son of Mr and Mrs Jake Loew, Hayfield, Minn., were married in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Sept. 15. Msgr. Schultes officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of white peau de soie with a pearl embroidery neckline, French poufp and a chapel train at the back of the skirt. Her chapel crown was of pearlized orange blossoms and she wore a small cross and white rosary, a gift from the groom, and carried small roses on a prayer book. The bride's attendants were Gloria Faber, maid of honor, anr' Donna Mae Miller, bridesmaid. Best man was Kenneth Kramer groomsman was Melvin Faber. Jr., ushers were Conrad Kunkel and Gerald Dalhoff and Joe and Larry Fox, Charles Schneider and Arthur Welp served as acolytes. Organist was Sister M. Alberta and the high school choir sang. A reception was held from 2 tr 4 p.m. at the KC hall, Algona for 130 guests. Corene Fridere- and Sheryl Weydert were in charge of the guest book, Rosella Kunkel and Shirley Boettner cut the cake, Mildred Miller and Frances Nelson poured and gifts were in charge of Avis Turner, Bernadine O'Neil and Diane Schmeling. The bride is a graduate of St John's high school, attended commercial college at Mankato and if employed as a stenographer at Owatonna. The bridegroom is F graduate of Hayfield high school and spent two years in the armed forces. Following a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the newly weds are residing on a farm near Hayfield (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Cynthia Hardy Marries •••:^.',&^m^m m':m,^mm Ex-Residents, Fenton Area, Wed 50 Years Scnnca — Mr and Mrs Hermar Struecker, longtime Seneca resi dents, now of Fairmont, wore honored on their 50th wealing an niversary, Sept. 23, at Fnirmont Their children were all present. They are Mrs Edna Johannesen Kathryn and Larry, Lnne Rock- Mr and Mrs Harold (Eldors) NicI- son and Maridean of Bloominj Prairie, Minn.; Mrs Mnrvin Ran dall of Tarazona, Calif.; Mr anr 1 Mrs John Struecker, Timmy nnd Thomas of Fenton; Mr and Mrr Victor Struecker, Jane. Jennifer and Dean, Fenton; Miss Mario Struecker, Mason City: Mr anr' Mrs Lloyd (Lucille) Nelson nnr' Dennis of Ringsted; and Mrs Robert (Dorothy) Ward and daughters, Roberta and Mona of Glendale, Calif. At 2 o'clock "open house" was held at the Struecker home. Mrs Lou Rienen, who was flower girl at the honored guests wedding, poured at the afternoon coffee. The beautifully decorator.' three-tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs John Struecker and Mrs Victor Struecker of Fenton. Katie Eimers and Herman Stru- ecker were married at the St John's Lutheran church at Fenton on Sept. 25, 1912, by Rev. May Friedrich. Attendants were also present : or this occasion. They were Mi William Eimers of Fenton and Mrs Tillie Gengerich of Reading Minn. The Strueckers began house- seeping on the farm where their son, Victor and family now liv and farmed for 34 years. Sixteer years ago they moved to Fair mont. Mr and Mrs John Struecker en tertained at dinner Sunday eve ning and the former's parents, Mi and Mrs Herman Struecker of Fairmont and their house guest Mrs Marvin Randall (Viola Stru ecker) of Tarazona, Calif. Following the dinner the guests drove tf the home of their daughter anr' sister, Mrs Edna Johanneser where they were overnight ant' Monday guests. Mr and Mrs Henry Loofl worn Sunday dinner guests at the El mer Horstmans, Britt. The din ner honored their little grandson Tommy Looft of Rochester, wh< was observing his 4th birthday. day. Cynihia Hardy, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hardy, Algona, and Richard Lundquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lundquist, Spencer, were married Sept. 15 in the. Presbyterian church here. Rev. M. H. Brower officiated at the ceremony. The newlyweds are students at Mankato State College and are now at home at Mankato. A complete wedding story appeared in last week's UDM. (Nels Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving) A. L. Laubenthal Rites Sept. 29 At West Bend Funeral services for Adam L Laubenthal, 69, lifelong resident of the West Bend end Whittemore communities, were held Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church in West Bend. Rev. Louis Greying was celebrant of the requiem Mass and burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Mr Laubenthal died in his sleep apparently of a heart attack Tuesday evening at his home. Born at Whittemore, he attended school there and in 1918, married Mary Hartman at West Bend They fanned in the West Bend area until retiring and moving into town in 1958. Mr LaubentiiaJ is survived by Honor Irmiters Of Armstrong, Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Irmiter of Armstrong observed their silver wedding anniversary, Sunday, a' the St. Mary's Catholic church hall at Armstrong. lone Bollig and Henry Irmiter were married Sept. 28, 1937 at St John's Catholic church at Bancroft by Msgr. J. J. Schultes. Mr* Maitland Kelley of St. Paul anr 1 Gordon Bollig of Bancroft were attendants. The Irmiters are parents of eight children: Gerald, Julius, Patricia, Margerv. Kathv Richard, and Larry of here and Joan of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs Irmiter's mother, Mrs Julia Bollir of Bancroft and Mr Irmiter'? mother, Mrs Mary Irmiter of Armstrong were among the guests present at the anniversary observance. Margery Irmiter registered the guests. Mrs Gerald Irmiter of Armstrong and Mrs Cletus Muel ler of Whittemore had charge of the gifts. Gerald frmiter, son of the honored couple, emceed the program. The high school girls trio, composed of June Anderson, Sonja Colegrove and Patricia Irmiter sang several selections. Kathleen Erickson accompanied them at the piano. Mrs Carl Matheson of Estherville gave a humorous skit entitled, "The Wedding of lone and Henry." Mrs Louis Kollasch of Whittemore presided at the coffee service. Mrs Gordon Bollig, Mrs Gene Bollig of Bancroft, Mrs John Metzger and Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona cut and served the cake. The refreshment table was centered with an anniversary cake baked and decorated by Mrs Leo Crowley of Armstrong. Open House For Ray Wentworths Lrdyard — The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth are holding Open House for their parents' 15th wedding anniversary on Sunday, October 7 from 2:00 until 5:00 at the Ledyard Methodist church. The Wentworths, former Ledyard area farmers, are now residents of Buffalo Center. Madonna Sullivan, Minneapolis, is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester. Her mother, Mrs. J\ P. Sullivan, accompanied her to Rochester and became ill while there and was also hospitalized at St. Mary's from Wednesday until Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hilferty was released from Holy Family Hospital and Danny Jorgenson from the Buffalo Center hospital the past week. Both were surgical patients. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Beenken became the parents of their third child, a daughter, Michelle Kay, on September 27 at the Holy Family hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs., 14 ounces. The Rev. Robert Evanson of Waldorf College was the guest speaker at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here in the absence of the Pastor Rev. Victor Vriesen, on Sunday morning. Rev. Vriesen spent the past week as guest missioner at the E. and R Church in Melbourne, Iowa. Rev Vriesen returned to Ledyard on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobson were guests of their daughter and family the Brayton Gilbertsons last Sunday in honor of their 48tl' wedding anniversary. Other guests were their children, (he Jerry SSVW.VAV, '•WAVW.VAV,AWAV%V%WWAVM^ NOW OPEN Olive's Yarn and Knit Shop >14 So. Harriet St, Bernat, Spinnerin and Botany Yarns Complete line of KnlMing book*, Knitting needles and accessories. Adult Classes Now Open - Wed. Night 7-9 p.m. Friday afternoon 2-4 Teeri Age Class Saturdays 10:45 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. CALL CYpress 4-2114 Tuesday, October 2, 1962 Algona (la.) 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