The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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6-AI§«na (la.) Upper 5« Mefnw Thursday, Sept. !2, 1957 Carol tallies Of Tifonka a Bride, Sept. 1 Titonka — Nuptial vow? \verc- r*ehan:;rd by Cam] Jonn Callies. daughter of 'Mr nnd Mrs Curl F Cullies, nnd Raymond R. Bur- rlit-tt. son of Mr ;md Mrs C!ar- rnrr- BuiYnett of Indianola. Sunday afternoon. Sept. 1 at 2 p.m. nt the Tilonkn Methodist church. Rev. Max Goldman officiated .it the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Meredith Young. Winter- pot, organist who accompanied Mis? Karon Quick of Des Moines. who sang. Both girls are sorority Fisfers of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length dress, fashioned and made by the bride's grandmother, the late Mrs Kate Rolfscma. Dos Moinrs. It was imported rose point lace, chapel train, fitted I,--!OP bodice, and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrist?. The portrait neckline of pleated In!IP outlined illusion yoke. Ap- piiqued rose point lace pane!? \vr;e highlight of bouffant tulip skiit over net nnd taffeta. The fin.certip veil fell from a scalloped headpiece of pearls and lace. She carried a white orchid and hand rolled Gladolia bouquet. Tier attendants were maid of honor, Darlene Callies: matron of honor. Mrs Wm. Amesbury, both sisters and both of Titonka. Bridesmaids were Carol Sue Mofle. Des Moines, and Corrine Nast of Chicago, both sorority sisters. Flower girls were Jeriann Bess of Wesley and Cathy Calhoun of Buffalo Center. The groom's attendants were Richard Woodcock of Indianola as best man, while groomsmen were Wm. Amesbury of Titonka, Tom Campridge of Lincoln, Neb., uw«t w». ,o*»y»* ,nH*-fuuwMCKii* -••;. ll^^^^M^SS^^^^^^^ 1 ^^^'' i '• DMTW^/^KSSS? IJW^ f '.:. ^ *&fr«>* ^ I FREE Decorator's Color Matching Book • 30 pages of color harmony and new decorator ideas. Come in for one Free COWAN Bui ' lcKn 9 ^^ ^^ w w ** • ^ Supply Company 210 E State CY 4-3737 Distributors of Pratt & Lambert Paint, Wallpaper, gifts, mirrors, and floor and wall coverings. and Robert Ruble of Infdianola,, all fraternity brothers. Ushers were Richard Smith of Newton nnd Richard Wood of Des Moines, also fraternity brothers. A reception wsJs held in the Fellowship Hall following the ceremony. Mrs Harry Mehlan of Titonka and Mrs M. F. Calhoun of Buffalo Center were reception hostesses, while the guest book was in charge of Miss Kay Mumby of Adsza. Gifts were in charge of Mrs Gene Ringsdorf of DCS Moines and Miss Jane Amesbury of Titonka. Coffee was poured by Mrs Richard Woodcock of Indianola and Mrs Kenneth Krantz of Titonka. Cake was cut by Mrs A. J. Budlong and served by Mrs Wm. Metcalfe of Sioux City. Assisting the reception hostesses were Mrs Lyle Opheim, Miss Caroline Rankin of Dows and Miller of What Miss Darlene Cheer. The bride is a graduate of the Titonka High School, a graduate of Simpson College with B. A. degree, elementary education, and will teach in Lincoln, Neb. She was also a member of Delta Delta Delta. The groom is a graduate of Indianola high school and attended Simpson college for two years. He is now a senior in geology at University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He is ,a member of Alpha Tau Omega and Sigma Gamma Epsilon. They will make their home in Lincoln Students From OtfosenOff For College Otlosen — Priscilla Holt left Thursday for Luther College at Decorah. She -will be enrolled in the field of business. Judy Struthers is enrolled at Drake University as a second semester sophomore. .She is a drama and speech major. Wanda Jacobson is a sophomore at Waldorf College where she is taking a course in elementary teaching. Conley Daniel is also enrolled at Waldorf College as a sophomore and is majoring in social studies. Ann Kemna will be enrolled at Clarke College in Dubuque. Donald Kemna will be a sophomore in engineering at Iowa State College. Ronald Ellingson will enter Iowa State College, enrolled in engineering. Delbert Wehrspann will also attend Iowa State College and will take General Science. Injured In Fall Patty Struthers, daughter of Mr and Mrs V. G. Struthers, recently returned home from another stay in the hospital. Patty suffered'injuries in a fall at the Twin Rivers school last spring. She is now wearing a brace on her back. She is a senior at the Twin Rivers High School this year. Sunday evening visitors at the Mike Coyle home were Mr and Mrs M. F. Meyer and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford. Mr and Mrs Keith Daniel and family of Boxholm were Sunday visitors at the Loran Daniel home. The group observed birthdays, Loran Daniel who observed his birthday Sept. 6 and Mrs Keith Daniel who will observe her birthday, Sept. 12. On Saturday evening. Aug. 31 Mf and Mrs Loran Daniel were supper guests at the home of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth were Sunday dinner guests at the James Barber home at West Bend. Mrs Alfred Schultz and chil* dren spent from Friday until Sunday with her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone ftock. Saturday evening, Mr Schultz and Gary drove up after them remaining overnight and all re» turning Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Oppedahl home were Mrs Bertha Oppedahl and Richard and Olaf Lee and Tommy of Thor. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family. Mr and Mrs Ray Simmons of Marshall, Minn, were Saturday visitors at the Ralph Richards home. Several members of the local Presbyterian Women's Organization attended the Guest day tea as gu_ests of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Women's Organization. Those present included Mrs W. G. Cooper, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Joe Leitl, Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Alfred Schultz. Other towns represented were Algona, Burt and Lakota. Mrs Palleson of Ringsted was the guest speaker. Mrs Alfred Schultz and children, Mrs Bill Cooper, Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Roy Telford and Mrs Joseph Leitl were guests of the Lone Rock P. W. O. on Friday. Mr and Mrs Orlin Olson and Ellen visited Sunday evening at the Ted Underberg home. Mr Olson was recently discharged from naval duty in California and the family plans to live in Fort Dodge. Recent ^visitors at the Antone Waechter home were Mrs Louise Kerker and Mr and Mrs John Dorsey and Tommy of Peoria, 111., Mr and Mrs Charles Roach and family of Martinton, 111., Mr and Mrs Herman Meisner and family of Lacon, 111. and Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter and Steven of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Bill Zimmel and family of Carlos, Minn, are spending from Friday until Tuesday at the Mrs Anna Liest and Fred Kampen home. Diane Kristie, the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Carroll Olson was baptized by the Rev. H. E. Mountain at the Trinity Lu- tbfilfln church on Sunday. Spon- sSr's"" were Bruce Osborn and Theresa Bleckwenn. Dinner guests at the Olson home following the baptism were Mr, and Mrs Earl Osborn and Bruce, Mr and Mrs Dan Bleckwenn of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend, and Rev. and Mrs H. E% Mountain. Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Herman Geerdes home at Pomeroy. Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen and Oliver Christenson attended the Pocahontas Elevator meeting at Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs Carl McNurlin and Clinton were Sunday evening visitors at the Lester Wehrs- pann home. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family spent Monday evening at the George Kjar home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs George Loebach of Whittemore were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Vincent Salz home. Mr and Mrs John Zinnel of Worthington, Minn, and Henry Zinnel of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Edward Zinnel home. Mrs Irl Bell, Phyllis and Sherril of Pierson came Sunday and together with Mr and Mrs Allen Watnem they went to Des Moines where Phyllis Bell stayed to enroll in the Capital City Commercial College. Mr and Mrs Roy Wigan and Gail of Renwick spent Sunday afternoon at the Antone Speich home. Arland Speich of Cedar Rapids visited his parents on Labor Day. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy and Mr and Mrs Chester Alme spent the weekend at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson and Ronald are spending a feu- days at the Orville Ellingsor. home at Cedar Rapids, and also with the Leo Ingibritsons. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee were Friday night callers at the Harold Berge home at Bode when they helped Mrs Berge celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and family were Sunday dinner guests with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo of Wallingford. » Going To I.S.T.C. Cedar Falls — Harvey G. Peglow of Jrvington has been accepted for enrollment at Iowa State Teachers College for the fall semester. Harvey is the son of Mr and Mrs Glen Peglow and a graduate of Algona high school. He will major in math, science and coaching. Mrs L. 0. Klein, Storm Lake, produced a double-gladiolus, on a single stem, in her garden this summer. The first one she's seen or heard of in all her 74 years, Mrs Klein says. Sharon Miller Of LuVerne is Wed Sept. 7 LuVerne — Sharon Kay Mil- Irr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence O. Miller, was united in marriage to Dwight C. Savago of Woodbine, at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, in a double ring service read by Rev. J. Paul Slfvens in the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church. They were attended by the bride's, brother-in-Jaw and sis ter, Mr and Mrs William Wickett, LuVerne. Aft^r a honeymoon the young couple will be at home at Council Bluffs, where Mr Savage is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. W.S.C.S. Meetings Held Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday as follows: Circle 1, home of Mrs Norma E. McClaran assisted by Mrs Emily Guy. Meeting called to order by chairman, Mrs C. W. Bjustrom, who gave the devotions. Roll call was answered by an Autumn Poem. Mrs Ray Stone solicited and named work committees for the Seminary Wednesday, Sept. 11, and Harvest Supper, Sept 26. Refreshments were served on the breezeway. Next meeting October 2 with Mrs Wilson and Mrs W. Raymond Legler. Circle 2, home of Mrs Donald Morris assisted by her mother, Mrs Earl Manning. Guests were Mrs Blanche Shoemaker of Sioux City and Mrs Kate Barton. The lesson was given by Mrs William Goetsch. Circle 3, home of Mrs Raymond Nelson with 12 members present and Mrs Worthy Usher a guest. Devotions led by Mrs Irvin Jergensen and lesson given by Mrs Edward Hof. The Evening Star Circle of the W.S.C.S. met in the home of Mrs James Mallory Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Elden Guess, Mrs Roland Walline, Mrs Wayne Sanford, Mrs Kenneth Ingraham, Mrs Lois Cross and Jean Janssen. l\ie lesson study was given by Mrs Joseph Thorn. Guests the past week in the Frank Gronbach. home were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. G. Berryhill of Superior,' Wis. Dinner guests in the Gronbach home Fri. evening were their daughter, Mr and Mrs W. Dale Bray ton and children of Sheffield and their son, Mr and Mrs Richard Gronbach and Vicki and honored guests Bill and Ellen Berryhill. Saturday evening supper guests in the Gronbach home were their daughter-in-law, Mrs Earl Gronbach and children of Hayfield, Minn. Thursday, Sept. 5, was guest day as the Woman's Society of World Service met in the Evangelical United Brethren church. The meeting opened with devotional service led by Mrs Fred Merkle, followed by prayer by the pastor Rev. J. Paul Stevens. Mrs Stevens gave the meditation. The guest speaker was Mrs Glen Rost of Lake City. Mr and Mrs Joseph Guy of. Goldfield are the parents of their first child, a son, Dennis LeRoy, born Friday, Sept. 6, in Ft. Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mrs Guy is the former Eleanor Marty, daughter of the Lawrence Martys. Joe is the son of Mr and Mrs Roy Guy. Jack Jergensen of Des Moines and his friend Peggy Milles of Oak Park, 111., were weekend guests in the parental Jess Jergensen home. Mrs Edward Dehnert arrived home Wednesday from a month spent with her daughters, Mrs John Peters and Mrs Jerry Hargrove families in Denver, Colo. Sunday guests in the James Mallory home were his brother, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mallory and sons of Austin, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Hilman Hendrickson of Riceville. A picnic pot-luck dinner and supper were enjoyed Sunday in the Gotlieb Hanselman home with their children as guests. Attending were the daughter the Roy Buenger family, granddaughter, the Henry Lauchs of West Bend, Edwin and Carl Hanselman families, LuVerne. . Mrs Blanche Shoemaker of Sioux City is making an extended visit in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Albert Genrich. Weekend guests in the Clyde Dudley home were her brother L. A. De Sart and friend Alice Trattles of St. Cloud, Minn. Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin visited her parents, the H. J. Van Hauens, in Cedar Falls Friday night. Mr and Mrs Gerhard Myers and sons returned Friday from a trip west visiting the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Mr and Mrs 1 Lloyd Kuehhast and children were Sunday afternoon visitors" in the Gerhard Myers home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Kuehnaat of Humboldt and Mrs Beata Klatt of Raleigh, N. C. were surprise visitors Tuesday afternoon in the Gerhard Mvers home. Mrs Nelle Biegger, who has been a patient at Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, was released Thursday and is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs Lawrence McDermott in Thor. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner visited his sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie in Mason City, Sunday. 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Let us fill it at preseason lower coal prices. Also, remember that Paint in our basement here — we're selling it out at half-price. Your for service F, S. NORTON & SON

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