The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 15
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Nancy Cooper Shower Honoree AfOffosen Olloscn - Nancy Cooper was honored at a bridal shower at the Commerc al club building Monday evening. * Mrs Fred Kampeti introduced the guests Nancy, her mother, Mrs Donald Cooper, her grandmother, Mrs Essie Cooper, and the mother of the groom to be Mrs Robert House, Fort Dodge' These honored guests were ali given corsages of white and American beauty rose flowers. Mrs Victor Meyer sang, accompanied by Mrs Alfred Schultz Naomi Struthers read "Bits of Advice" and poems. Debbie Schultz and Dallas Tofteberg sang, accompanied by Mrs Schultz. Pamela Cooper presided at the guest book. Helping Nancy open her many lovely gifts were Patty Struthers, Mrs Gary Cooper Pamela Cooper and Mrs Parrel Cooper. After Nancy's thank you, a lovely lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mrs Howard Hellickson, Mrs Clarence Bauer, Mrs Ed Kemna, Mrs Fred Kampen Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Laurel Worster, Mrs Jacob Ryg, Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs DeVere Newton, Mrs Knut Oppedahl, Mrs Oscar Oppedahl, Mrs Olvin Haug, Mrs Earl Long Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Ray Frieden, Mrs Lester Wesrspann, Mrs H. D. Benson and Naomi Struthers. St. Joe Couple Wed 50 Years; Feted Sept. 23 St. Joe — Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 23 with a high mass in St. Joseph's church at 10 with Rev. Leo C. Schumacher as celebrant. Th" school choir sang with Sister M Celestine as organist. Acolytes were grandsons, Donald, Dwight and Daryl Kohlhaas and Marvin Kohlhaas. Mrs Annie Geischeck- cr, a sister of Mrs Kohlhaas and 'ja grandson, Howard Kohlhaa? twerc attendants at the observ- 'ance. A 12 o'clock dinner was served to 191 relatives and friends in St. Joseph's school hall with the C.D.A. in charge. Rev. Schumacher gave a short talk following the dinner. A reception was held from 2 to 5 o'clock with 400 friends and relatives signing the guest book. Granddaughters, nieces, grandnieces and friends were in charge of the reception. The honorees re ceived many gifts. Mr and Mrs Kohlhaas were married in St. Joseph's church Sept. 24, 1912 and live on their farm northeast of St. Joe. Mrs Annie Gcischccker, Algona, and the late Henry Kohlhaas were attendants. They have two sons, Raymond and Wilfred, and 12 grandchildren, all from St. Joe. Knights of Columbus will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Oct. 3. Lunch committee will be George Wagner, chairman assisted by N. B. Weydert, Delmer Plalhe, Richard Kohlhaas John B. Reding and Wilfred Schneider. Mrs Anton Weydert entertained Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS , On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algeria, Ip. the R-Nu club Thursday afternoon and Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Ur<Ralph Reding and Mrs Adeline Wagner received prizes. Mrs Sy. Ivester Wagner entertains the club Oct. 25. C.D.A. held their annual Guest Night Sept. 26 with the followinr committee in charge: Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Mrs Wm. McGuire Mrs Tom McKeown, Mrs Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs Frank Reding Mrs Nick Bormann, Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas, Mrs James Stahl, Margaret Reidmiller and Mrs Richard McKenna. A 6:30 pot-luck dinner was served with 128 guests and members attending. A social evening followed, with Mrs John B. Reding, Mrs Hilda Nemmers and Mrs Frances Hansen receiving prizes. Mrs Art Kohlhaas entertained her 500 Farmerette Club Thursday evening with Mrs E. M. Gales, Mrs Wm. Erpelding and Mrs Deleano Grimm as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs John Capesius, Mrs Marvin Reding and Mrs Martin Friders. Mrs Milford Kohlhaas entertains the club Oct. 30. David Thul left Saturday from Omaha, Neb. for his home in Mountain View, Calif, after a six- week visit here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and other relatives and friends. He was taken to Omaha by his grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Thul and his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul. A farewell gathering was held Friday evening at the home of his parents with relatives at a 6:30 supper. Clem Dotson, Ex-Seneca Man, Heart Victim Seneca—Funeral services werr held Sept. 22 for a former longtime Seneca resident, Clem Dotson, 67, Okoboji, who died Tuesday following a heart atlack. Services were held at the Firs' Presbyterian church at Armstrong with Rev. B. J. Swede and Rev. James F. Rowe officiating. Mr Dotson is survived by his wife; four sons, Gail of Armstrong, Vernon, Des Moines, Merlin, Estherville, and Darrell of Rock Island, 111.; two daughters, Mrs Emmet Eastman of Estherville and Mrs Harvey Larsen of Swea City; a brother, Roy of Columbus, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs R. W. Feek of Salem, Ore. anr 1 Mrs Allan Brooks of Normal, 111. There are 13 grandchildren. He was preceded in death Liy his parenls, a son Keith and a brother, Siebert. Cub Scouts At Burt Honored With Awards Burt — About 30 Burt Cub Scouts, their parents, brothers, sisters and other interested friends met at the city hall for the September Pack meeting. On display for all to see were space helmets and rocket banks the cubs made at their weekly meetings. The program included a playlet by the 9 year old cubs. All the cubs participated in an impressive candlelight closing. A letter was read that had been received from the Prairie Gold Council office stating that a Memorial was being started in memory of Doug Calenius, Humboldt, son of Don Calenius. Awards were given to several cubs by Cub Master Darrell McFarland. Receiving awards were Steven Becker, who received a gold and a silver arrow and his Wolf Badge, also receiving Wolf badges were John Chipman, David McFarland and Roger Sarchet. Mark Behrends, a new cub who just joined the Pack, was award-) ed the Bobcat pin. Twins Feted Honorees at a multiple birthday party Thursday afternoon at the home of their grandparents, the Floyd Bacons, were year old Linda and Laura Brown, Minneapolis, twin daughters of Mr and Mrs Duane Brown, and Debra and Douglas Fraser, year old twins of Mr and Mrs Carroll Fraser, Burt. The Brown twins were one year old Sept. 27 and the Fraser twins were a year old Sept. 29. Present at the occasion besides the grandparents were Mrs Cora Bacon, Algona, great grandmother and Mrs Alice Wernert, Algona, great-great aunt of the twins; Mrs John Kadow and Michael, Diane Fraser and Bobby and Carol Brown of Minneapolis. Mrs Brown is the former Joan Bacon, a step sister of Mrs Fraser. Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet at the church Wednesday, Oct. 3. Honorary members will be honored at this meeting. Benita Mitchell will lead devotions and Toots Hoppus will be in charge of the program. Hostesses will be Lydia Manus, Louise McFarland, Marian Westling, Barbara Harms, Lurena Soderberg, Mary Sarchet, Florence Spear and Sharon Richards. Presbyterian church circles will meet Wednesday, Oct. 3. Circle A will meet with Mrs Tom Trenary; Circle B will meet with Mrs Leonard Stenzel and Circle C will meet with Mrs Roy Ringsdorf. St. John's Ladies Aid will meel at the church Thursday, Oct. 4, with June Bicrstedt and Lilly Bleich hostesses. Honorary members will be special guests. The Burt Woman's Club opened their new year's program with n buffet supper at the Methodist church Monday, Oct. 1. Charles Scott is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City. He was taken there Monday afternoon after becoming suddenly seriously ill. Mrs Scott and Mr and Mrs W. W. Boettchcr spent Thursday at Mason City with Mr Scott. Mrs Myrl Dutton, 4th grade teacher in the Burt school, attended an Elementary Education conference at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls Saturday, Sept. 29. Mr and Mrs Leo Mitchell become the proud parents Tuesday of a son, Chad Alan. The little lad weighed 6 Ibs., 11 oz. at the Estherville hospital. He has three jrothers and a sister. Members of the V.F.W. Auxiliary met at the hall Tuesday evening. Plans were completed for V.F.W. Poppy Day Sept. 29. Mrs Ella Sigsbee will be hostess at the October sewing meeting Tuesday Oct. 2. Hostess at Tuesday's meeting was Mrs Marie Bahnson. The annual Lion's club drive for boy scouts has been scheduled for Oct. 8. Funds collected are for Burl's fair share in the cost of the Scouting program in the Prairie Gold area. Logemann and Virgil Wallentine. Iowa State College, Ames; Darlene Richter and Bruce Rhoda, Augustana, Sioux Falls; Carol Ann Runksmeier, Gustavus, St. Peter, Minn.; John Miller. St. Thomas, St. Paul; Betty Hcrzog. Northwestern, Orange City; and Janis Goetz, at the Evangelical School of Nursing, Marshalltown Brue Keil and Sylvia Wilhelmi arc entering their third year studies at Mankato State; Brenl Kcil at South Dakota State College, Brookings; and Janice Ed wards, Northwestern College, Orange City. Four students have begun their fourth year of study. They are Gretchen Looft at Luther College. Decorah; Judy Hcrzog at North western; Dcanna Wiemer at Simpson in Indianola, and Wayne Ternes, al Mankato State. This group constitutes S3 percent of the graduates at Leclyard in the last four years. Riverdale Rustlers II On Sept. 15 Riverdale Rustlers II held their monthly meeting al the school hall. It was voted that they get pins to toll how long they were members and what offices held. Officers were elected, a." follows: president, Mary Sue Zci- met; vice president, Rosa Lee Illg; secretary - treasurer; Sandy O'Brien; historian, Marian Kohl- liaas; music chairman, Vicki Me- Guirc; courtesy chairman, Jackie McKcown. Lunch was served. Hostesses were Sandy O'Brier and Jackie McKeown. Tuesday, October 2, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnoi-7 At S.U.I. Workshop Maxine Hill of Algona was one of 50 attending a workshop conducted by the Iowa Ass'n of Medical Assistants al the Stale University of Iowa, rcccnlly. IF IT'S NEV.'S, WE WANT IT Read The Want Ads - It Pays! Leclyard Area Has 11 Now Going to College Twenty-seven Ledyard High School graduates are enrolled in various colleges, seven of them for the first time. Beginning their college education are Bernard Lloyd, Elec Ironic School, Wahpelon, N. D.; Jerry Payne and Thomas Busch Buena Vista, Storm Lake; Wallace Kramersmeier, Augustana Sioux Falls, S. D.; Sharon Klooster and Janet Smith, Mankatr Commercial, Mankato, Minn.; and Molly Bartolo, Hamilton College Mason City. Robert Richter has resumed his studies at South Dakota State College, Brookings, for his second semester. Beginning their second year are Terry Roseboro, Penrose Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Pamela Keil, Larry DeBoer, Dean Convert to TH at Low Cost Burdett Conversion • 40% More Usable Heat • Economical to Buy and Operate • For Oil or Coal Furnaces Converting 10 ThermoRBS is so easy...so practical. With LP-Gas you enjoy automatic heat with no worries about soot . nnd oily smudges in your home. COME IN FOR DEMONSTRATION Our BULK Service Keeps the Cost Low .. . You never worry about your fuel needs. 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