The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 2
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(10.) UpfMr On Mttfitl thurjdcy, Augu«f 22, RoilynLoesch Wed Aug. 16 I In Livermore Ceremony — The Immanuel Lutheran Church in Livermort was the siting for a seven o'clock candlelight service, Aug. 16" in which Donn,a N. Larson became the bride of Rollyn E. Loesch. with Pastor L. H. Loesch, fattier of the groom, reading the double ring ceremony. The bride is -the danghtdr of Mr and Mrs Herman Larson of Livermore and Mr Loesch is the son of Pastor and Mrs Loesch of Pascagoula, Mississippi, formerly of Algona. Martin Huber of Algona was thf soloist. Appropriate nuptial music was furnished by the organist, Mrs Fred Hintz. A sefmonette was given by Pastor Clifford Larson of Barnes, Kan., brother of the bride. Bridal attendants were Virginia Larson of Washington, D. C. as maid of honor, and bridesmaids. Mrs Marvin Wehking, sister of the- bride of Silver Springs, Maryland, Miss Audrey Ruiz of Norfhfield, Minnesota and Mrs Willis Blodgett of W. Hyattsy- ville, Maryland. Flower girl was Christine Larson, niece of the bride. Mark Larson, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Robert .Loesch of Bloomington, 111. served his brother as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Pastor Nathan Loesch of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, brother of the groom, Ivan Larson of Livermore, brother of the bride and John Kroll of Long Prairie, •' S*X4rt/)n£/u BY A whisp of a shell on a flat, flat heel... that's our new Glamour Deb skimmer pump. As light as a feather, with barefoot comfort in every step. Press them smartly in shoes that really fit! BUSTER BROWN SCHOOL PAYS JAMBOREE iBuater Browns are designed to stand ncjter Jpts of wear fjoru fchooltime ities. And we use the exclusive 6-point £tti»jf Pte> tba$ insures perfect fit every time. We have & complete aelectioji in all sim, if) Jpg the yswjpterB in HOW f AJ4* SJfflBf § ALL WIDTHS f A3LL AT WEW W?WEB PBJCEJ? Minn., friend of the groom. A reception for 175 guests was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs Oeotie Larson, aunt of the bride, of Wallingford, cut and served the cake, assisted by Mrs Larry Stiltz. Punch was poured by Carol Curran of Humboldt and Sharon Larson of Wallingford served the coffee The guests were listed by Karen Rutz. The bride and groom opened their gifts, assisted by the bridesmaids. The kitchen committee was Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs Jessie Olson, Mrs Carl Olson and Mrs Edwin Hanselman. The bride is a graduate of the Livermore high school and the groom of Algona. He served four years in the Air Corps. They plan to live in Seward, Nebraska where Mr Loesch will attend Concordia Teachers College. The Methodist W.S.C.S. met at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Lester Smith as hostess. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs Don Clark, the president. Mrs Luther Butler will be the next hostess. Methodist Junior Choir enjoyed a swimming party and a picnic supper at Gotch State Park in Humboldt Thursday afternoon. They were accompanied by the Rev. Worthy Usher, Mrs Earle Armstrong, and Mrs Ralph Hoi- linger. Mrs Ramus Olson is their organist. The Catholic Guild met for its August meeting at the church last Tuesday afternoon with the president, Mrs Francis Murphy, conducting the business "meeting. The chicken dinner Is to be held September 22. A social hour followed and 500 was played. Prizes were won by Mrs Johanna Smith and Mrs Henry Monson. Refreshments were served by Mrs Tom McKenna, chairman and Mrs Genovieye Weydert, co-chairman and their Committee. Father Sturm returned home from the hospital at Rochester last Friday. Judy Raney and Ruth Ann Clark accompanied Betty and Kenneth Schwendemann to Lake Okoboji Sunday where Rita Schwendemann has been employed for the summer. They remained and brought Rita home on Monday. She will again be a student at Morningside College this fall. Word has been received that La Verne Decker of Los Angeles, formerly of Waterloo, drowned in Mexico while spending the weekend. He attended Ames College and visited often in the Herman ''Carson' home'; "He is a brother-in-law of Carl Larson. His body was not found for nine days. Funeral services were held in Los Angeles. Jack 'Heath is a surgical patient at the hospital in Iowa City. Guests last week at the Harry Clark home were Mr and Mrs Everett Ewing of Lancaster, Calif. She will be remembered as the former Edith Nelson". Also Mr and Mrs Bill DiSomma and son of Washington, D; C. Mr and Mrs Clark arid their guests were entertained for dinner Wednesday evening at, the Lewis Bergum home in Bode. Mr and Mrs Jim Blumer of Mason City have a new baby girl, born August. 9. She has been named Kalrina Lee. The Don Collins and Dick Cran families took their Vacation together last week, in the Twin Cities. Ed Johnson who has been serving in the Navy received his discharge last Monday and now is at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson. Nancy Mackintosh attended the wedding of Kay Kas who was a classmate of hers at Morningside College, Sunday, in Sioux Rapids. Mr and Mrs Gordon Nelson and family of Prescott, Ariz, visited last week in the Virgil Smith and Mrs Lizzie Nygaard homes. Sunday they all attended a family reunion at the Berdine Nygaard home near Bode. The Clarence Smith family have gone to Newark, Ohio, to visit his brother Dwight and family- ERNII WILLIAMS Has a Specialist For Every BILL WEIR Friendly Sales with the top * notch repairs at Ernie's is another ex- qe.Il9nt service ~~ new and used car sale* ana B>U Weir, Ernie's salesman will provide the kind of MendJy MfVisQ yew vJU l&e 19 d>al wjtE, ERNIE WILLIAMS Used Caw df interest tiere will be tfie set- vices held in the Lutheran chufreh in Beile Plaine Sunday for the 2Sthi anniversary of the Ordina- tibn of the Rev. W. H. Schlei. Rev. Schlei was the pastor of the Livermore Immanuel Lutheran church for several years. Those from here who attended were Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger, Mrs Art Vaudt, Mrs Harry Rutz, Helen and Linn. Mr and Mrs John Olson were among the 77 who attended the Hoa|-Hopkins family reunion at the Log Cabin Sunday. LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mover Mr and Mrs Lee Willadsen and Sandra visited Mrs Willfdsen's mother, Mrs Lena Moen, at Inwood last week. ,, Mr and Mrs Guy Kuyper of West Bend and Mrs Earl Aldrich and son of Ruthven were jjuests Monday ai the home of Mi artd Mrs Jim Sabin. Sunday Mrs La Verne Siffit and children and Mrs L. A. Terttea went to Whittemore to VisitMf and Mrs C. E. Kollasch, ajaaTto West Bend fb visit Mrs Ksmfyti Peck. Melva Burrow, who is employed in Mason City, cama r ,Joome Saturday to spend a vacation with her. parents. Mr and Mrs Glenn Burrow. Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson and family, Mr and Mrs Loren Thompson .and family andi Mr and Mrs Howard THompsdH* arid family attended t'h e ghhjhal Thompson reunion at ClearflLIke Sunday. ' ,-', ?<•* . , Swea City Girl Weds In Oregon Swea Cil? — Marilyn Louise Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford T. Anderson, Swea City, and Albert Douglas Miles. Son of Mr and Mrs Luther Miles, Salem. Ore., were married Aug. 11 in an afternoon ceremony at Rose City Park Methodist church, Portland, Cm?. * Attendants to the bride were •her sister. Mrs Bernard J. Basford and Miss Dorothy Haueke, while Robert Odle and M. Kirk Mulder were best man and groomsman. Carol Johnson Was flower girl and Dick Basford was ring bearer. Ushers were Walter L. Jones and F. Happy bay. After a wedding trip* to the bride's parents' home at Swea City, the couple will be at home at Astoria, Ore. The btide is a graduate of Swea dity high Sghool and has been emplosyed as t'receptionist in the office of Drs. .JMilton Brunkow and Harold Biska. -L Tlic 8 room is a graduate of .•Williamette University, Salem, jand is a high school instructor Jto8 athletic coach at Knappa "Wgh school near Astoria. . SAFE At Primghar, mail carriers Joe, Vollink and George Brefoygle have been cited for driving 26 years on their routes, without an accident. Custodian is Elmer Loberg bus drivers will be Joe Knoer, lack Turner and Donald Burke. Sr, Etheldreda To New Petition Sister Mary Etheldreda, R.S. M., who has been administrator at St. Ann hospital here for the past six years, has received an afifoifttecftt to a simftaf post at Atm, also. St. ^osebfc Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. She began her duties at Fort Dodge yesterday (Wednesday, Aug. 21). successor here is Sister Mary Florine, R.S.M., who has been serving as administrator at St. Joseph Mercy hospital at Dubuque. Sister Mary Grace. R.S. M., from Ann Arbot, Mich, has been appointed to a gost at St. Wiru Blo« Ribbdnl Through an error ift recapitula-' tkm, the hame of Mrs C. I». Younf of Titonka was given as Mrs C. A Long irf test week's UDM. Mrs tdMg won five blue ribbons in yeasl Bfefcfl classifications at the cotm*y fair. eift**iii*d« Rodman School Opens Aug. 27 The 1957-58 school year at Rodman will begin next Tuesday, August 2<7/ According to Supt. W. \. Butt.fA complete faculty has )een hired, with the exception'of i kindergarten te'acher, who will jletin her duties in January 1958. Membans pf the faculty are: igh sch6dl Hr'W. A. Butt', Donald Jurke, Jim Severson, Oliver Stbeber, Maxine Hendrickson and Robert Sackett; grades — Alma Burns, Rochelle Johnson, Leora Kallestad and Blanche Stafford. i OU'LL AGREE EDSEL IS A SIGHT TO BEHOLD 'm IT'S COMING, SEPT. 4th SCHULTZ COUNCIL OAK STORES *"*'"' '"***,, v." * - *J -, j • « , *" •• / • , 'V V - • ' " Now Operated as a Division of.. k NATIONAL FOOD STORES 'Price* effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday (Aug. 22-23-24) Quantity Rights Reserved WITH THIS PLEDGE TO YOU . . . TO BUILD BtorM that will b« a credit to the community they urn, 10 MAINTAIN quality and alwayi nil merobandlu at a fair prlo*. TO STRESS honesty »nd sincerity in our advertising; and selling. TO FOSTER a fine lilationihip between our stores and their cnitomen, co-workers and supplier*. TO CONSIDEE no sale complete until the items porobaied have rendered tatUfaction. TO UZASUBE oar roocesi only in service which w» ar« able to render oijr customer*. SERVING YOU BETTER, SAVING YOU MORE Welch's GRAPE JUICE 35 State Fair . MIXED FRUITS TIDBITS 33 Sugar Ripe Breakfast PRUNES DOLES Onuhed Tidbit or Obtmfc PINEAPPLE U. S. 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