The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 8
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f**3py** lyy wpfw MM MOHMI* t> Mrs Neuroth Of Wesley Now At St. Ann . — • Mr* Urban fff&roth wtt trwaght from Iowa State UntvmitT ho*B«aJ, Iowa City, b* jrtam to St. Ann hospital Mofrday. tt«t condition is critical. Mts George Rlefce received a F«?ver* cut in her right leg above her ankle when she fell from a tractor at her home. Fourteen stitches were required to close the wound. Mr and Mrs Edward Eden of Wesley, Marian, Alice and Elvina Eden of Mason City returned from a 2 week vacation trip July 24, where they visited Mr and Mrs John Aden of Banning, Calif,, an uncle of Mr and Mrs Eden's whom he hasn't seen in over 30 years. They also visited Dr. and Mrs Alvin Meyer and son of Pryor, Okla. On the way returning they visited with Mr and Mrs Leslie Bentley and family of Pomona. Calif. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton, accompanied by Mr and Mrs George Goetz left Wednesday, July 31, for a vacation and sightseeing trip to points in Colorado. They will attend the wedding of Lucille Goetz and Victor Atencio in Denver. Mr and Mrs Harry Schmoll of Racine, Wis. spent July 25 with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Will Martinek. The Neighborhood Club, consisting of 18 couples living east of Wesley, had a picnic supper Sunday evening at Mrs Justine Becker's home. Mr and Mrs Rdy Mndsen of Des Moines were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Hansen. Mrs Joe Goetz and Norm a and Mrs Goetz' mother, Mrs Ruth Sparks and her sister, Mrs Mable Baker of Lake Crystal, . Minn. spent, July 25 witk relatives in Spencer, Jim doetz of Fort Maryland, came Juty 24 for a week's furlough at the parental Leo Gocli hoftie. Me recently wa^ released from a hospital where he had surgery. Marlys Gftetz of Wesley Wizards 4-H Club was selected to ^present Kossuth County at the €onservation camp at Madrid July 2§ to August 3. Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz, Robert, Dolores. Patricia, Elaine and Katny left Monday evening, July 29 for Denver, Colo, to attend the wedding of their daughter and sister. Lucille Ann Goetz to Victor Atencio Saturday, August 3 - — The Wesley Township Homemakers met Tuesday, July 16. in the Jennie Dimond home. Gladys Delfnering gave a lessofl; chairman was Jean Bolenous: and a pot luck picnic lunc"h was served. Mr and Mrs Paul Flaherty and two sons were Sunday guests in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs George Reinhardt at Ames. Their mother, Mrs Katherine Flaherty is a patient in the Reinhardt home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dolan of Alexandria, S. D. visited his sister, Mrs George Vitzthum and family and their mother, Mrs Ella Dolan last week. . Mr and Mrs Ted Potthoff of Carroll and Mr and Mrs Joe Friedman of Halbur came Sunday for several days visit at the Lou Gouge home. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel and Janclle of Lohrville spent the weekend at the parental Joe Meurer home. Mr and Mrs Tom Vitzthum and family of Laurens were Sunday guests- in the parental George Vitzthum home. Everett Ackerson returned to his work at Robinson Produce, July 31 following a week's vacation. Mr and Mrs Henry Schaffer and family joined other relatives at the George Schaffer home at Lohrville in honor of the latter couple's wedding anniversary, Sunday, July 28. Gertrude Kellogg -of Elm wood, 111. concluded a week's visit in the Ole K. Flom home July 29 and returned to her home. Ethel IS OUR SPECIALTY 'S STANDARD OIL f*Iom left also for Muskegon, Wis. to spend a week with Mr and Mrs Carleton Rood and family. Kenneth DeWaard, Daniel Ars- dorfer and Freeman Fox attended an identification of seed* and crop judging school at Ames Saturday, July 27. They wiU represent Hancock county at the Iowa State Fair. Mr and Mrs Allen Carlssofc were Thursday overnight guests of his parents, Rev. *ttd Mrs Percy Carlsson. Mrs Stanley Johnson of Britt was honored at a baby shower Friday evening, July 26, at the Gayle Studer home. Sunday guests in the Glen Smith home in honor of Judy's third birthday were Mr and Mrs Bill Ivereon and Mr and Mrs Sherman of Chicago, 111., Mr and Mrs George Gfemrner and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Smith, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Schulta of Britt and Joyce Smith of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Julius Matz and family will attend a Kelch family reunion at Clarion Sunday, August 4. Janice Vitzthum, who is employed by the F.B.I, in Washington, D. C., is expected Friday, Aug. 2 to spend her vacation at her parental, George Vitzthum home. Jeanne Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz, had her sixth birthday party Friday afternoon, July 27, Ten girls of her class were guests". Mike Studer, older son of Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer, observed his 6th birthday Monday, July 29. His grandmother, Mrs Viola Studer and his great-grandmother Mrs Jennie Lukcn were 6:30 dinner guests. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and children returned Monday from a week's vacation in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinecke and sons of Jefferson were weekend guests in the parental N. F. Weber home. The C. D. A.'s will meet Tuesday evening, August 6, instead of Wednesday, August 7. A public card party will be held in St. Joseph's parish hall Thursday afternoon, August 8, sponsored by the Catholic Missionary Society. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening. Officers will <be installed. Rev .L. N. Klein spent July 29 in Sioux City on business. Janice Paulson and Jane Tegtmeyer spent last week with the Clarence Donovans or Park Rapids, Minn and with friends in St. 'CrbBTTarra •'Minneapolis": ' Methodist Young people who attended Quest and Methoji can}ps at Okoboji in June had charge of the morning service Sunday in the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs George Weig. George Jr. and Florence and Mrs John Weig went to Olivia, Minn July 20 to attend funeral services for the women's nephew who died of cancer July 18. Orthel Jolly-Workers 4-H girls held their annual Achievement pay Thursday, Aug. 1 at 8 p.m in the Prairie Center church to which the public was invited. In its earlier years Detroit was proclaimed as "The Constantinople of the Western World.' OUR OPENING WAS A SO THANKS and Come Again Now Here They Are THE WINNERS • * Mrs Charles Hoffmann, 115 E. LUwblV Art Hetfonwitli, WluJj«m»re Mrs A/t ZiMBaeh, U»« Rock Mr D*rW J. ftofawtier- West Bend Mr WUttwn 0*4* Whittemore *Ad ttuwfcs M» Mary J?uhlm*rm, 2tl & BiWu Algowu for doing the 4 REMEMBER SHERWIN -^WILLIAMS ALWAYS Special Thanks fof the fbwer*. We sincerely appreciated them The Ntw SHERWIN- WILLIAMS Color Harmony Center Doris Goefz Of Ledyard Weds July 26 Ledyard — Friday evening, July 26, at 7:30 p.m. a beautiful wedding was solemnized at the Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard uniting Doris Kay Goetz. daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Goetz Jr. and Harley Duane Paschke, eon 61 Mr ptud Mrs Clercnce Paschke Of Slue Earth, Minn., in marriage. Rev. Victor Vriesen performed the double ring ceremony. The traditional wedding music was played by Mrs Roger OoetSt, who also accompanied the bride's cousin, Gary Gabel of Swea City as he sang. Mrs C. C. Tofp of Beaver, Penn., aunt of the groom, also sangf. The bride's only jewelry wa« a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom and her wedding ring which her grandmother had worn at her wedding 54 years ago. S. The bride Wj» attended by her sister, Jaftis fitoetz as maid of honor. The bridesmaid was Carolyn Paschke, sister of the groom. * The flower girl was Lehlin Paschke, niece of the groom, ¥ Koger : Goetz, Jr., nephew of the bride was 'the ringbearer. The groom was attended by his brother, Howard Paschke, of Blue Earth as best man and by James Goetz of Buffalo Center, brother of the bride as groomsmarj. Ushers were Roger Goetz of Ledyard, brother of the bride and Larry Prescott of Blue Earth, cousin of the groom. Candlelighters were Ruth Ploeger and Joyce Menke, friends of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for 200 guests. The wedding cake was baked and decorated by the bride's aunts, Mrs Reuben Balvance and Mrs Raymond Balvance of Buffalo Center. Mrs Howard Paschke of Blue Earth and Mrs James Goetz of Buffalo Center cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Raymond Johnson and Mrs Arthur Runksmeier served as dining room, hostesses. Mrs Reuben Balvance, Buffalo Center and Mrs Fred Fenske, Blue Earth poured. Mrs Freeman Gescheof, Blue Earth, had 6harg6 6f the 'gues't book. Mrs Quinten Strack and Miss Edna Baker of Blue Earth, Miss Aria Johnson of Thompson and- Mrs Harold Woodyard, Ec- therville, were in charge of the gift table. Waitresses were Marline Richardson, Fairmont, Beverly Balvance, Buffalo Center,, Viplel Stracke, Blue Earth, •< Sharon Mastin, Ruth Wallentine and Lucille Heyes all of Lakota. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Alfred Menke, Mrs Alvin Busch, Mrs Fred Ploeger, Mrs Soren Pedersen, Mrs Meryl Johnson, Mrs Raymond Sorenson and Mrs John Kramersmeier. The couple left on a four week honeymoon through the Northeastern States, Canada, Niagara Falls, New York City, Washington, D. C. and other points of interest. Returning they will be at home on a farm southeast of Blue Earth. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard Community schools, and the groom is a graduata of Blue Earth high school, and also attended Westman College and the University of Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Dan Schmidt of Meservey visited Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Frey. Mrs Schmidt is a niece of Mr Frey. Mrs Virgil Buck and two sons iWent to Wadena, Minn., last week Tuesday where • she visited, her mother until Friday. Mrs Milton Robertson and daughter Sherry left on Saturday for Caribou, Maine, where she will join her husband, S/Sgt. Milton Robertson who has just returned frdra Iceland, Where he has been stationed the past year. They will now be at the Air Force Base at Caribqu. On Saturday Mr and Mrs Manthei took them to Mandate where they took the train for Chicago. .Mr ,and Mrs Martin Kallestad of Frost and Mrs Adah Randall of Mason City visited Mrs Marie Halvprson arid Marvel on Sunday. Mr and Mrs William Looft, who hftye been visiting here the past teri days from Major, Sssk., Canada left on Saturday to ip- tum home. Mr and Mrs Allan Laoft of Swea City took them to return ftome. Mr and Mrs Lowell Thomson and children of Plymouth visited Wednesday at the home of Mis Ida Darnell and also called on other Iriends. - Mary, fcas.ha.ra and son returned home Saturday from Rugby, North Dakota, where they had visited Mrs Bashara's brother and sisters. Mr and Mrs Albert Collins and family of Rock Island, Illinois are visiting Mi's Wm. Green and PUwood, Aubrey Waterhouscs and Ted Greens. Marie Ctraebart and JJebbie Saltiie of Chjcago are visiting at sMjjreric^ Pingel home in Ai- and at the Looft ajnd PiageJ s jn this community. . igjf a«d jrtvs Harvey Water* nou'se of Qlendale, Caiif. 'and Leon Worded of Fairmont visit$d Sunday at the Aubrey Waterhouse home. On Thursday afternoon the Esther Circle pf the %tbMisj WSCS met at the home of Mrs AyWt fe^t wi& to iferfch fttf^orgoiii as assisting hostess. The Mary Circle met at the of Mrs Lefts Warner. Mrs Edward Knoner led th« lesson. Mr aftd Mfs Dtrane ThCm|»oft and th«% Sotis David, Oooglas and Donnie of Siou* Clt^ earn* on Saturday to Sf>end their vacation at the hothe of Mr And Mrs. Geoffe Thofnpson. r Mr am Mrs Leonard Warnef and childrefi of Algona and Mr and Mrs Htsrold Warner anfl daughters were guests Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs Lena Warner. Mr* Zilphy ttardt and Natalie went to Mankato on last Friday and Natalie had a check up. Sh<! returned several days this week for treatments. Mr and Mrs M. Zarling ol Mankato spent Sunday at the D. A. Carpenter home. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Vale Peter and soil Craig of Hampton were weekend visitors at the home of his par* ents, Mr and Mrs Walter Peter, Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra went to Storm Lake ort Wednesday and visited at the home of Mr Willadsen's parents, Mr and Mrs O. S. Willadsen. While there they attended the 80th birthday celebration for an aunt and a shower for a cousin. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy and children of Grant and Mrs Geo. MacKinnon and Nancy went to DCS Moincs on Sunday ' to visit Mrs George McKinnon who is irt the Veterans Hospital there fof treatment. Mr and Mrs Edward Knoner and son Dennis went to Minneapolis on Monday where Den» nis enrolled at Bethel College tot the fall term.. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet on next Tuesday evening at their Hall. Mrs Ella McDonald will be the hostess. Mrs Edith Corderman and Eunice flf Hartford, Conn, and Mr and Mrs Charles Miller of Allison, Iowa visited Thursday night and Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton. They were enroute home from a 10,- pOO mile trip to Alaska. D. B. Mayer went to the University Hospital in Iowa City on Friday for a check up. Earl Moore of Emmetsburg spent Thursday visiting his sister, Mrs Eunice Dyer and son Howard. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack, Mrs Walter Miller and Priscilla and Mickey went to Washington, D. C. a week ago last Friday and while there Mickey enrolled at the George Washington university. Mi temained there Hffd win werk until school begin*, luft before lepfMlf tor home Mr Brick sliMtfd oft somi wet step and feu Severely crushing his right hand tmd severing tfit Wood vessel* in it, He Was fttshed to »n ertvfrgencar hospital for ttitch« aftd treatrsent. fhty rttarnad Friday. Mr and Mrs John Klooster were called to the home of Mr Klooster's sister and family early Wednesday by the news that Mrs Hiko Karels had died suddenly of a heart attack. Funeral services were held in the E. and R. Church in Ledyard on Friday afternoon with Rev. Vriesen officiating. Mr and Mrs Morris rteil were in Titonka fnuch of last week at the bedside of Mr Keil's mother. She passed away eafly Sat* urday morning, and funeral set* vices were held there on Monday. Mr William Fennema who has begun new work as traveling agent for the Northwestern Rail* road in DCS Moines spent the Weekend at home. St. Benedict wf WlH Pnjftp Mr aftd Mrs Sob Hardcopf and children earn* IViday, Itily 28, for a few days. Bob is • graduate of Iowa State College and had some duties to attend to. They are visiting their parents and other relatives and friends. Bob's parents are Mr and Mrs Bob Hafdeopi of LuVefhe aftd Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer. On the night of July 28 a son weighing about 7 Ibs, was born to Mr and Mrs Daft Froehlich at the Britt Hospital. They have 2 other sons arid the new baby will be named Daniel Michael. , Barbara Kunkel visited her Grandma Kunkel several days last week. Annie Eischen received high prize July 24 at Mrs Nidt Eischen's home. 6n the afternoon of July 23 several families gathered at th* hofhe of Mrs Mike Arndorfer td help her celebrate her birthdaf. tt was a surprise to her and those wlw were present were her stt» ter, Mrs Matt Borman and nieces Barbara and Janice Kellner, Mrs Roman Thill, another sister arid her children, Mrs Jerry Oxley and daughter, her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs Gene Arft- dorfer and two sons, daughter-in* law and grandsons; Mrs Marcell Reding and family, daughter and grandchildren, Mafceline Roeder and Mary Agnes Arndorfer who was vacationing ffom her duties as a stenographer in Algona. The self-invited guests brought lunch. ADVERTISING tft me Algottl Upper Deft Momea teaches molt families in Kossuth county that my other publication. There is not one single authenticated record of the earth's having opened up and swallowed anyone or anything during an earthquake. 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