The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 5
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Enockson-Anderson Vows At Ottosen On June 23 Oltown «. Barbara ftae Ehock- *on, daughter of Mf and Mrs Roy Enockson of Ottosen, and Merlin Eugene Anderson, swi of Mr and Mrs John Krisch* of-Ottosen were united in marriage Sunday June 23 at two o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottosen. Rev, Harold Mountain performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Merle Holt played nuptial music and accompanied Kathleen Lane who sang. Mrs Lowell Shelgren of Gil- ftiore City, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Priscilla Holt was bridesmaid. Marvin Anderson of fort Dodge, brother of the groom, was the best man and Larry Galley, the attendant. Glenn Jacobson and Lowell Shelgren were ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors with about 150 guests. The five-tiered weddirtg cake topped with a miniature bride and groom was made by the bride's mother and decorated by an aunt, Mrs Ernest Enockson of Humboldt, who also cut and served the cake. Mrs Ear] Olson was dining room hostess. Sharol Enockson, cdusin of the bride had charge of the guest book, Gladys Odlattd and Caroline Banwart had charge of the gifts and Mrs Claude Daily of Havelock poured. Waitresses were Wanda Jacob son of Ottosen, Linda Enockson of Humboldt and Patricia Dailey of Rolfe. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs Loran Daniel, Mrs Laurel Worster and Mrs Clifford Jones. The bride is a graduate of the Ottosen high school and employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Humboldt. The groom is a graduate of the Bradgate high school and Eagle Grove Junior College and is employed at Sande Construction Company at Humboldt. Following a short wedding trip the couple will make their home in Humboldt. Farewell Courtesy Mr and -Mrs Kenneth McLUen were guests of honor at a community farewell party held in the Commercial Building Monday evening. About sixty guests were present. During the evening John Struthers showed moving pictures of the Struthers family trip to Florida. The couple was presented with a gift from the Commercial Club. A pot luck lunch was served. Mr and Mrs McLuen and daughter Mary Ann will be mo'ving July 1 to Grimes where Mr McLuen will become superintendent of the Grimes Independent School. He was superintendent,;/of the Ottosen ConsolidaNid School two years and this past year was principal at the Ottosen Twin Rivers Elementary school. Mr Emory E. Johnson of Popejoy will be the new principal at the Ottosen school next year. TITONKA NEWS Mrs Johnny Bleich of Britt visited at the J. L, Intermill and Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor home Sunday. Louis Nath and son Bruce. Kenneth Swan and son Douglas, Darrell Bess, Louis Bartlett and Lermond Intermill returned home Saturday evening from a fishing trip to Canada for a week. Beverly Stecker of Minneapolis and friends Maurice Anderson of Sandstone, Dora Mae Junke, and Edith Anderson both of Minneapolis visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Stecker and family, Beverly's parents. Mr and Mrs Illo Buffington are parents'of a daughter born at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She has been named Jean Marie. Mrs Buffington and daughter came home Monday. The W.S.C.S. Circles of the Titonka Methodist church will meet Wednesday June 26.'Sarah: Mrs Heiko Boekelman, hostess- Mrs Leo Richter, devotions; Mrs Arend Neeland, the lesson. Leah: Mrs Leota Walrod and Mrs Hazel Carroll, hostess, Mrs W. P. Truesdell, devotions and Mrs Mildred Eden the lesson. Esther: Mrs Katheryn Swan and Mrs Lenore Schrayn, hostesses: Mrs Clayton Whalen, devotions and Mrs Howard Sparks, the lesson. Mrs Roy Budlong accompanied her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs H. V. Jones of Swea City, to Rochester Wednesday where on Thursday he was to undergo surgery. Marvin Haack was 5 years old June 17 and 16 of his little friends helped him to celebrate. In tho evening his grandmother, Mrs Katie Rode, Mr and Mrs Forrest Rode and sons, Mr and Mrs Lester Callies and Sue and Miss Verla Brandt called. Mr and Mrs Stanley Tryon and daughter Linda Jo of Sperry spent the weekend at the home of Mrs Tryon's parents, Mr and Mrs Dick Baade and also other relatives and friends. Kathy Loats, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Laats of Spencer, is spending the week visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Peterson and Mr and Mrs Tom Loats. Mr and Mrs Max Bierstedt yf San Francisco arrived Saturday morn4o^ from California for a visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Dick Baade and other relatives and friends. They returned Tuesday. Mrs Bierstedt is the former Alvina Baa.de. Miss Marlys Stecker of Fond du Lac, Wis., and girl friend, Sut Bastain, were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Stecker and family. Beverly fiichter arid Judy Bui- fington attended the M.V.f. Sub- district meeting in Algona. Kenneth Brandt and Vetla An! Wm. Brandt attended the md* ding of their couaift, Donald Boyken Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Sylvan ThitMt and Jollene, Mr and Mrs Wfh, Boyken, and Miatei Alice and Minnie Pannfoak w«6 tl*o» ft-OflS Titonka who attended fh« wedding of Mrs Harley Lehtftaft §md Miss Esther Olson at the first eharen 1ft Sunday afternoon. Mr Tni«S*e was one of the attendants at the wedding, Gertud Welh'ousen left for overseas duty in Genhany oh June | and is e*pect£d \o Be theft for the next 30 months. He enlisted May 28,1956 tot ft period of 4 years. Mr and Mrs Harry Baftelt and Sons entertained Mr and Mrs Merman Bartelt of Grinm Siift* day, at their home. Lermond Intermill, Lester dallies and Homer Downs were pallbearers fro» Titonka for Mrs Jennie Breeri, whose funeral was Monday morning in Algona. Mrs Darrell Bess and children, Mrs J. L. Intermill and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Schram and Rev. and Mrs Goldman and family attended a picnic at the home of Mrs Kenneth Swan and family Friday evening during the ataehei el their fUhermeft who wet* la Canada, Mr and MrsJ'rank Fisher and Mr and Mrs Bradford Buffing* ton, Dick and Jane spent Sunday visting at the homea of Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and family and Mr and Mrs'Fr«d Thacker and family and also to get acquainted with the new daughter, Mf and Mra Fred Thacker adopted a few months ago. Jane Buffington stayed for a week's vaca* Thuridoy, Jun« 2?, 1*57 AI 0 ona (la.) Upp« tion there at Indianola with the Thackers. , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brandt and Rodney were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Thacker and family of Indianola. Neil Boyken has left for Council Bluffs wh«re he has accepted a pdsition in 'the bank there for the summer. Mrs Henry Van Hove enter- tained Mm wallet Taptjer, Mri Lawrence Balvance, Mrs Ale* Boeckholdrt and Mrs Walter Aukea; and Mra Donald Tappet at A tea held at her home. 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