The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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Mam* M Rdchleau Weds Sunday. Aufc. 11 nt 2 p.m. . Joyce- Rochleuu, diiuyhtcr ol i nrl Mrs Victor Rochlcau, Alg bt-carnc the b;'ido of Willi;i?t (rone Lpcek, son of Mrs Hpmrn Leork, Algona, at the TriniU I.uJhcnm church with Rev. Don ijld E. Hock perform ing thf dou- I)-'- ring ecroMirtny. Nuptbi musfr wns played hy Mrs Loi'ot Brown and David Miller wut- soloist. The bride, given away by hoi father, was attired in ft 'gown which was fashioned with •< bodice of imported Chant ill> lace, a portrait collar and lonf pointed trench sleeves. The bouf f ; int skirt was imported nyloi, illusion over slipper satin. He; flowing illusion veil fell fron a double tiara of sequins and seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of talisman roses and ivy. Carolyn Rochleau, sister of. the bride, was maid-of-honor and Carol Kin no was bridesmaid. Marvin Hackbarth was bes', man and Richard Rochl'-au brothei of the bride, was grooms man. Ranny Leek and Ronald Rochleau were ushers. A reception for 225 guests was-: held in the church parlors. The serving table was decorated with yellow arid white gladiolus and the bridal table with whit:, candles. Donna Sehohy had charge of the guest book, Mr.' Vernon Leeck, Mrs Richard Fmnback and Deloris Leek opened the gifts. Mrs Albeii Pergando, • cousin of the bride. was dining room hostess. Mr> Clarence Rochleau and Mrs H'-r- man Busworlh, aunts of tlie bride, cut the four tiered wedding cakr- Mrs Elmer Siokrrumn. punt o* the groom, poured. Table waitresses were Mrs Dale Johns- /n Darlene Seiler, Margaret Met-rdi i.nd Mrs Errol Pctc-rsen. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple will beat home in Algona. Tha bride is a graduate of Algona High School class of '5;;. and is employed at P. R. Iron's Heating and Plumbing. The groom attended Burl high school and is employed at Pioneer Hi- Bred Seed Corn Co. Michael Streit Weds Miss Mary Maureen Steeie. daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel Steeie of Cedar Rapids and Michael Slreit. son of Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit of Algona. were married Aug. 10 at St. Patrick's Catholic church in Cedar Rapids at 10 a.m. by Rev. D.'tsc Peters. Following the ceremony, a i - e- ception for 250 guests was held at the Knights of Columbus club in Cedar Rapids. An afternoon reception also took place at the Steeie home. The bride is a graduate of thr State University of Iowa school of nursing and has been associated with the Cedar Rapids Visiting Nurse association. The bridcgivnm attended the Algona schools and the State University of Iowa and is now with the Squaro-D Corporation at Cedar Rapids, where the couple will reside. Bridal Shower A bridal shower was held Mon> day evening, July 29, at the Moose Hall in Algona in honor of Beverly Gerbor. The program consisted of a piano .solo by Verdean Shaw, a reading by Dolores Eisenbarth, a skit by Janice nnc>. Jeannette Bjustrom and a eon test. Beverly was assisted in open ing gifts by Jean Kuecker. Dorothy Gade, and Dolores Eisenbarth. ' Hostesses were Mrs John Scufl ham, Mrs • George Bruellman Mrs Sam Mogler, Mrs Ivan Kohlhaas, Mrs John Kissner, Mrs Carroll Potter, Mrs Kenneth Potter. Mrs Eldon Shaw, Mrs Clifford Reibhoff, Mrs Earl Sheppard ami Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth. Police Auxiliary Met Tuesday evening, August 13 the Iowa State Policemen Assn Auxiliary mot at the home o: Mrs Joe MeBride with 1'A-e members present. A new member Mrs Charles Bird, wife of a new patrolman, was welcomed into the organization. The business meeting included a discussion o! the corning convention at Mason City. Games were played with going to Mrs Al Boekoi- man and Mrs Richard Groeo} Lunch was served later in the evening. Plan Open House Mr and Mrs V. W. Burns will hold an informal open house a'. their home at 322 South Moore street Thiusday, August 29, fron; 2 to 5 and from 7-9 p.m. honoring then- son, Fr. Aurolius (John) Burns. Fr. Burns will spend from August 27 to Sept. 6 with his parents, lie i- attending St John's University at Collegeville Minn, where he has three year: of theology remaining. Pre-Nuptial Shower Janice Dooming, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pal Dooming ol Algona, was honored at a prenuptial shower in St. Cecelia's School Hall in Algona on Sun day, August 18, with relatives and friends from here attending Miss Doerning will be the bride of ifehn Altman Jr., son of Mr anarwlrs Jol> n Al'fian Sr. of St Joseph's Parish on Sept. 12 in St Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona. Pantry Shower A pantry shower WHS given Wednesday afternoon at Mrs Jens Sorensen's for Gerald im. Clirie of Otlumwii whose engagement to Sheridan Su'fiyjr has been announced. Mrs Sorenseii was assisted by her, Mrs Don Cook. The f:Tnorn-e!eet is r •on of Mi arid Mrs Keith Strayer end the wedding will take pine Suptember 1. The couple wi! make their home fit Cetljii- FMI! where they art- enrolled ar s!u dents at the Iowa State Te;u-hers -.-ollege. Reunion Of Classmates Mi and Mrs Max Bartholomew 'vd as guests this week Mr a no. Mrs Owen Nichols of Seattle am: Wednesday evening sevei-al class tnates of Mr Nichols were guc?Kt.-. of Mr and Mrs Bartholomew. Among them were Mr and Mr- Dick Ditsworth of East Lansing. Mich. The gathering was members of the class of 1942. Charlotte Meier Gets Nurses Cop r At Birthday Party Mrs William Ringgenberg hn:~ returned from Blue Earth where she went to attend a family celebration of the 77th anniversary of her mother, Mrs Abe Tutlle. Others present were the sons and drui^hters-in-law, Mr and Mrs- Floyd Tultic and Mr and Mrs Hubert Tuttle. Farewell Courtesy A farewell party was given Sunday evening at Mrs William Carney's for Mrs Harry Herr who is moving to her former home at Creston. Four tables of cards were in play. Refreshments were served and the honorec- was presented with a gill. Back From Reunion Hattie Wilson has returned from Springfield to resume her leaching in the schools. She had atended a family reunion at the home of her brother-iri-I-iw and sister, Mr and Mrs Paul Sterner. Card Club Hostess Mrs John Sabin was hostess to the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. CHAftLOTTE MEIER, oau ter of Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier of Whittemore, picture, above, will graduate August 2!, from a three ye?ir course; at th< School of Nursing in Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea, Minn. She intends to remain at th hospital as a registered nurse She was s 1954 graduate of Whit temore public high school (Isaac son foto - UDM engraving). New Lutheran Pastor Installed Pastor G. Gerikc was installed as pastor of Trinity Lutheran. Algona on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2 p.m. Rev. D. Heck, Livermore, was in charge of the service, assisted by Pastors Bnmer. Claus, Weinhold, Rtieb'er, Peters, Friedrich. After the services, at a special gathering of the congregation Pastor and Mrs G. Gerike an< family weiV welcomed into th congregation. Mfsd'imes G. Ger ike and D. Hock were presentee corsage;;. At the program, Loui Lenx was the master of cere monies. Various members of the congregation responded with speeches, poems, skits, and songs Mrs Randall Clark spoke fo the organizations of the congre gation. Norma Gallon and Jean Blurne read poerns. Martin. Hu her lead in community singing Wm. Dau and G. A'. Wit'.kop addressed the gathering, the lat ter officially on behalf of th< congregation, and Paster Gerik- responded.' Luncheon was served by th ladies aid of Trinity Lutheran. Fly Ringsdorf, III, To la. City An Algona man, Mr Clifford Ringsdorf, 45, was flown to Iowa City Friday in McCullough's Ail Ambulance for observation anc tests at University hospitals. Mr Ringsdorf was stricken earlier Friday, taken to St. Ann and then to Iowa City. 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