The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
Page 11
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Lois Schiltz Of Bancroft Bride On June 26th Bafte*&ft -» In a beautiful wed- oins performed In St, John's Catholic Church, Tuesday morning. Lois Schiltz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltz became the bride of Delbert Ferguson, 'son of Mrs Maurice Froehle. The Rev. J. H. Schultes performed the ceremony. Acolytes were Tony and Dickie Schiltz, brothers of the bride, and Jenry and Larry Fox. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was beautiful in a floor length gown of white with a round neckline with rhine* stones through out the top. She wore white net gloves. Her veil was held in place with a crown headband. The bride carried a bouquet of red roses. 3"hJ; bride was attended by Markne Ferguson as maid of honor, Darlene Busch and Janice Ferguson. The groom was attended by Robert Froehle as best man and Francis and David Schiltz. Immediately following the ceremony breakfast for the bridal party was held at the Roman Wilhelmi home. Dinner was served at St. John's Hall and a reception at the home of the bride. ' The couple then entertained friends and relatives at a wedding dance at the Legion Hall in Bancroft. Kennedy-Kahler Nuptials Many relatives and friends attended the wedding of Mary Kennedy and Albert Kahler at St. Mary's Church in Armstrong Wednesday morning. The groom is a graduate of St. John's high school at Bancroft and is the son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kahler at Bancroft. They entertained friends and relatives at a wedding dance at the Legion Hall in Bancroft Wednesday evening. Mrs Joseph Recker Jr., Bancroft, underwent major surgery Saturday evening in Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Gordon Dudding of Bancroft are proud parents of a baby daughter born recently at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. She has one sister and two brothers. Mr and Mrs John Kemna and Mr and Mrs Louis Dudding are the grandparents. Sister Mary Aquin, O.S.F. is spending the summer at the Convent in Bancroft. Sister will visit her sister, Mrs Art Long and Henry and Joe Eich of Bancroft and Frank Eich of Buffalo Center. A family reunion will be he^djat the Art Long home here in her honor. A miscellaneous shower honoring Joan Haupert was held in St. John's Hall Sunday afternoon. The bride-to-be received many lovely gifts. Miss Marilyn Haupert and Patty Vaske assisted the bride in opening her gifts. A lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. Joan will be married in July to Merlin Mertz of Algona in St. John's Catholic Church. Betty Menke, Alice Menke and Donna Bergman spent the weekend at the Harold Winkel home in Whittemore. Barbara and Johnny Winkel are visiting relatives in Bancroft. Mrs Joseph Helinsky, and Fidelis and Calista' Dankbar went to Des Motees Wednesday to bring home doe Helinsky who underwent surgery at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Clubs Meet Si» lot «•> €athy Hilbert called the Riirefdale Rustlers Unit 2 4*H Club to order June 15. Plans about a junior, intermediate, and senior defnofistration team were discussed. Joan Redittg and Patsy O'Brien were ehoseh for the senior team. Phyllis Thilges and Patsy Wagner will be the spedial activity team. Joan Reding and Alice Bormann, and Phyllis Thilges and Jean Reding gave talks. Gladys Thul demonstrated "Sewing on Buttons. Patsy Wagner gave a talk on "Health". Exercise for Good Posture was presented by Jeanette Kellner, Eileen Wagner, and Judy Salz. Alice Illg and Cathy Hilbert gave a talk on choosing accessories. Karen Illg, Mary Gales and Julia Wingert were models for this demonstration. Hostesses were Joan and Patty Reding and Judy Salz. Patsy O'Brien spoke on Record Books. Riverdale Rustlers Unit I and II held their annual 4-H picnic on Thursday, June 27. The 'picnic supper was held at the Gotch Park at Humboldt. Miss Leona Bornong, Rapid City, South Dakota, and brother John Bornong from Woonsocket, South Dakota, arrived Friday evening for a visit with relatives. They are neice and nephew of Mr and Mrs John Thul and Mrs Louise Thul. Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family, Elaine, Judy, Mary and Barbara Wagner, Joyce and Kay Ann Reding, Betty and Virgil Wagner and Howard Friders left Saturday for Vacation Village at Spirit Lake to spend the week. Two Ledyard W.S.C.S. Circles Elect Officers Ledyard — Thursday afternoon the Esther Circle of the W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs D. A, Carpenter. The Circle Chairman, Mrs Marie Halverson, presided. Election of officers was held with Mrs Edward Looft being elected co-chairman and Mrs Albert Looft as secretary and treasurer. Mrs Halvorson was in charge of the program, assisted by Mrs Edwacd Lo,oft and Mrs Albert Looft and by Mrs Fred Button who gave 41 report on the annual Conference. Thursday evening the Mary Circle met at the home of Mrs Henry Erey, In the absence of the chairman, Mrs Harold Herzog presided. Mrs Edward Knoner was elected co-chairman and Mrs Virgil Buck was elected as secretary and treasurer. Mrs Dutton led the devotions and included a report. California Visitor Mr and Mrs Wayne' Christian of Hayward, Calif, visited Thursday and Friday at the D. B. Mayer home. On Sunday Mrs Mayer accompanied them to Waterloo, and then on to Birm- Thurtdoy, July 4, 19Sf (la.) Uppst D« M6lfrt»*-5 ingham anti Des Moines where they, visited relatives until Wednesday. Mrs Christian is Mrs Mayer's sister, Doris. They viisted another sister, Mrs A. C. Miller at Birmingham, and Mrs Mayer's daughters in Des Moines. flip fo j»g* JetM? Jeane Brandt, daughter of Mi and Mrs John Brandt of Ledyarci and Lois Erickson of Hanska, Mirth., left Tuesday from Mankato by bus for Jersey City, New Jersey, where they will teach for the next three weeks in a Lutheran Bible school. Following that they plan to go on to Washington. D. C. on a sightseeing trip. Both girls will be seniors at Luther college in Decorah next year. Born In Alaska Mr and Mrs Allan Loucks of Fairbanks, Alaska, are the parents of a baby boy born on Tuesday, June 26th. He weighed 7 pounds and 3 ounces and has been named Bradley Allan. Allan is in service and stationed there. Mrs Loucks is the former Louise Jorgenson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Jorgenson. Allan is the son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Loucks. They wrote that Mr.<= Edith Cordcr, who is spending a vacation in Alaska, had called on them last week. Mrs Corder is Mrs Fred D. DuttonV mother. -Mr and Mrs Ted Green. Mrs Wm. Green, Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and family and Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and family attended the Krueger reunion at Hampton last- week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Howard Mayne of Long Beach, Calif, came Thursday to visit friends and relatives in this vicinity. They were entertained in many homes in the community. Mr and Mrs Ross Colemah of Louisville, Ky. visited at the John Hartshorn home on Monday. They came to attend the Dutton reunion at Algona. They also visited at the home of Mrs Coleman's sister and family, the Ott Richters. Harold Inglet was called to Mabel, Minn., on last Monday by the death of his mother. Dannie and Carol accompanied him to the funeral. Mrs Zilphy Hardt came homo from Mankato on Monday after spending a month there with Natalie while she was taking treatments. Mrs Eugene Saltow of Wilmington, Delaware, and Mrs Roy Jacobs of Guernsey, Iowa have been spending the past week at the home of their brother, John Hartshorn. Mrs T. Palmer of Algona and Mrs Robert Palmer and daughters of Ames spent Thursday evening at the Jack Krebsbach and Mrs Lynch home. Lt. Col. L. W. Conway and Mrs Conway and children visited for several days this past week at the home of Mr and Mrs William Fennema. Mrs Conway and Mrs Fennema are sisters. Lt. Col. Conway has been in Korea this- past year while Mrs Conway and children have been in Whitehall, Michigan. They are on their way now to Japan where they will be stationed for the next several years. Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson and family spent last weekend at the horrye of Mrs Thompson's parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Anderson in Waterloo. Jack Lynch returned to Rochester Tuesday of last week and on Thursday had major surgery at the Mayo Hospitals. Mrs Lynch and Jackie are there also. Buffalo Center Girl To Wed Titonkan, July 5 Titonka — A showeY was held Tuesday evening, June 25, at UK; Ramsey Reformed church in honor of Leona Heiland of Buffalo Center, who on July 5 will become the bride of H. Carroll Van Hove of Titonka. Scripture and prayer by Mrs Wm Kroon opened the program, followed by a history of Miss Heitland's life, and enued with two songs by Piiylh.s Sachau. After the bridc-lo-be was in- Iroduced to the guests she wa;- presented a corsage following which she opened her many gifts. She was assisted at tin; table by Karen Van Hove and • lanice InU'rmill. Phyllis Sachau. Judith Van Hove of Bult.ihj Center, Ardilh Harms and Mavi- llarms curried the gifts to and from the table. Mrs J. L. Inter iiiiJJ was in charge of the gm-s 1 book at which 58 registered, and Mrs George Suehau poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Edna IJalvaiu'e, bliirli'y Everding, Kutii, Clara, Margaret, and Kalhtryn Everding Amy Bocckholt, Nonna and Bessie Tapper, Sophie Had maker, Wyona Harms, Gladys Hanson, Eleanor Sachau and Leone Inleimill. Brownie girls from Titonka and Wesley enjoyed Brownie camp at Algona Call park from Tuesday to Friday and on Saturday they enjoyed swimming at the Wesley pool. Leaders were Mrs Rae Krantz and Mrs Doris Miller, with Carolyn Intermill, Sherry Wenger and Lonnie Hill as helpers. Brownie ( girls froiri Tilonka were Cynthia Ear,ton, Carrol Haack, Phyllis Suc- hau, Linda Budlong, L i n d a Krantz, Brenda Brandt, Ruth Beed, Judy and Thercse Hamilton, Cheryll Hill, Valorie Miller, Cynthia Meyer, Elizabeth Watson, Joan Cosgrove, Jackie Rood and Audrey Bjilkcs. Mrs George Sachuu entertained her 500 club Thursday with pot luck dinner at noon and cards in the afternoon. Prizes-., were won by Mrs Wm Ricklefs, Mrs Loren Hans, Minnie Oesterreicher .and Mrs George Higgens. Guest.-, were Mrs Wm Boyken, Mrs Frank Fisher and Mrs Alvm Honken. Mr and Mrs Doyle Reaser arrived Friday morning from Calabasas, Calif, for a few days visit with his mother, Mrs Florence Reaser and other relatives and friends in and around Titonka. Mrs Mclvin Ricks returned home Friday after treatment at Rochester, Minn, for the past month at Mayo Clinic. 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