The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 17
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He was born April 13, 1908, in Burt, the son of the late Walter D. and Mary Jane Price Kearns of Burt, having spent his boyhood in Burt and graduated from the Burt high school. After leaving Burt where he was well known he was a frequent visitor at the home of his sister there, Mrs Bill Carman, and his brother W. P. Kearns of Ringsted. He was married to Caroline Moody, daughter of Dr. and Mrs G. Moody of Gurthie, Kentucky. She preceded hinft in death in February of 1951. He was married to Maxine Huffman May 9, 1953 in Waterloo. They lived in Minneapolis for a year before moving to Dubuque three years ago. He was a combustion engineer for the Old Ben Coal Company in Chicago. He Was a member of St. John's Episcopal church in Dubuque and the B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 297 in Dubuque. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Christ Episcopal church at Waterloo. The Rev. Robert E. Holtz- hammer, rector of St. John's Episcopal church in Dubuque of- HERBERT WALLACE RFD No. 1 Irvington, Iowa CY-4-3062 ficiated. Burial was at WSterloC. He is survived by his wife, Maxine; two sisters Mrs Willittn Carman, Burt, and Mrs Rettft Enabnit, Long Beach, Calif.; tWo brothers, Wilbur P. KearBs of Ringsted and Paul D. Kedfns, Chicago. Mrs Bill German of Burt W8nt to Dubuque Saturday returning Wednesday with her husbaftd, son Jerry and brother WilBtir Kearns and wife of Ringsted Who had all driven over to Waterloo to attend the funeral. Two Showers At Ledyard Honor Brides Ledyard — Sunday afternoon a miscellaneous shower was held in the Sacred Heart Church Hall honoring Darlene Busch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch, who will be married Sept. 17th to Francis Schiltz of Bancroft. Mrs Edith Busch was in charge of the progrem and introduced each number with a bit of origin*al poetry. A program was presented by Verlene Darnell, Mrs Con Dirksen, Caroline Busch and Mrs Melvin Busch. The bride to be was assisted in opening her many lovely gifts by her sisters Maxine and Alvira and by Lavonne Green. Mrs Alvin Busch presided over the tea table and poured. Post-Nuptial Shower Friday evening a miscellaneous shower was held in the E. and R. Church Parlors honoring Mrs Robert Wallentine. Ruth Ploeger was in charge of the program. On the program were Mrs Marian Eichorn, Jane and Linda Egesdal, and Phyllis and Martha Wallentine, Mrs Herman Goetz Jr., Caroline Heetland, and a trio by three classmates, Ruth Ploeger, Ruth Wallentine and Doris Paschke,, accompanied by Mrs Roger Goetz. The bride was then presented with a shower of many lovely gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses carried out in the brides pastel colors. On Saturday afternoon 22 friends and neighbors pleasantly surprised Mrs Anna Togerson at her home in honor of her birthday and for a housewarming. She was given a shov/er of kitchen utensils. A lunch including a beautiful birthday cake was served by her daughter, Mrs Harold Herzog and her three daughters. William E. Wiemer and Dr. Richard Snyder of Swea City went to Minneapolis on Wednesday to attend the State Fair and to meet Donald Loqft, of Alexandria, Virginia, who came for a few days visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Edward Looft and his sisters Mrs Richard Snyder and Mrs William Mather Jr. Friday evening Mrs W. E. Wiemer entertained the girls in Deanna's class at school at dinner and they remained for a pajama party. Mr and Mrs Cecil Black on last weekend took their grandchildren Diane and Tommy Mitchell back to their home in Le Mars after spending time on the farm. Mrs . Lena Moen of Inwood came on Sunday to visit with her daughter Mrs Leo Willadsfln and family. Mr and Mrs Ervin Klinksiek and family went to Duluth last week Saturday to visit at the home of Mrs Delores Anderson and Steven and Mrs Inez Kelly. They returned early Monday morning and Mrs Kelly and Steven came with them for a visit. Bob Sennefelder and Jerry Risk came home last week Saturday to spend a furlough with their parents. Both boys have just completed boot training at Great Lakes. Upon return Bob will go to Norfolk, Virginia and Jerry will go to Oklahoma. Mrs George Gonias and children Pamela and John and Peggy Mayer of Des Moines visited from Tuesday evening to Thursday at the parental D. B. Mayer home. Peggy came back on Friday evening to spend the Labor Day holiday here. Mr and Mrs Delmar Anderson and family visited at the home of Mrs Delores Anderson at Duluth This is the EDSEL Each of its lines is original" "Each new feature is important" Originality is written in the elegant sleeping lines and vertical grille of this Edsel Citation 4-door Hardtop, * Its big V-8 Edsel Engines are the newest in the world The Edsel 400 and the Edsel 475 have a 10.5 to 1 compression ratio, develop 400 and 475 foot-pounds of torque, 303 and 345 horsepower. The Edsel acts the way it looks. It shifts itself electrically from the steering wheel hub Only the Edsel offers you Teletouch Drive. Both your hands stay at the wheel while you just touch a button. Teletouch does the rest- smoothly, surely, electrically. It feotures more new conveniences than any other car Among the new Edsel ideas: one simple dial (above) for adjusting heat and ventilation—a light to warn if oil is a quart low—a trunk release at the driver's seat. New member of the Ford family of fine cars EDSEL See Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra star in The Edsel Show, live, Sunday, Oct. IS CHANNEL 3, TIME 9;OQ P.M. 8 E E Y 0 U R E 0 8 E L DEALER* SCHULTZ BROS. SOUTH PHILLIPS, ALGONA • IN OTBff A«Mf iff yQtfff (,OC4t 10111. OfAlff* last weekend. Thursday evening Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie of Fenton and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer were dinner guests at the D. B. Mayer home. Larry Pingel the son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Pingel returned home Thursday evening having received his discharge from Fdrt. Lewis, Washington. Larry served 16 months in Korea. Mr and Mrs Maurice Pingel are the parents of a baby girl born Monday, August 26th at the Blue Earth Hospital She weighed seven pounds and has been named Vicky Lynn. The Pingels have two boys also. Mr and Mrs Orville Frandle and children of Blue Earth visited on Sunday at the parental Max Nitz and John Frandle homes. Don Lloyd, of Moline, Illinois spent the weekend at the home Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Dennis Dennet of Stewartville, Minn, were Thursday afternoon callers at the Paul Krueger home. Mrs Dennet is a niece of Mr Krueger. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps spent Tuesday at the Minnesota State Fair. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga of Rockford, Illinois spent the Labor Day weekend at the Phelps and Krominga homes. They returned to Rockford Monday. Mary Baker of Long Beach, Calif., Edith and Hazel Budlong visited at the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home Thursday morning. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf of Des Moines spent the Labor Day holidays visiting relatives and friends around Titonka and Burt. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Wendell Ringsdorf and family and Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler of Swea City were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf at Burt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family of Sexton visited Sunday afternoon at the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and children of Estherville came down Saturday evening and spent Sunday at the Tom Trenary home. Mrs Alek Ramsey of Tell City, Indiana, and Mr and Mrs James Christ and daughter Sandra, of Logansport, Indiana, spent a week at the Tom Trenary home. Mrs Ramsey .is a sister of Tom. Mrs John Miller and two daughters accompanied Mrs Miller's father, Mr Bill Batt of Burt, to Kentucky where they visited a brother of Mrs Miller and Mr Batt's son and Mrs Bill Batt who has been< visiting there for sometime. Tom Trenary and Dale Duhdas left Saturday noon for Logansport, Indiana, with a truck load of cattle for James Christ. They returned Sunday evening, Mrs Ralph Dugan of Estherville, Mrs Tom Trenary and Mrs Bill Trenary went to Ledyard Sunday afternoon to attend the shower given in honor of Miss Darlene Busch. Mr and Mrs Bill Champion, Jr. of Algona were weekend guests at the Jesse Harms home. Mrs Bill Champion, Jr. was formerly Miss Betty Harms. Mr and Mrs Edward Kain and Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach of Whittemore were Saturday evening supper guests at the C. L. Young home. * Prayer is the flight of a lonely man to the only God. Mary Jo Elbert Bride At Whittemore, August 28 WhUfemete — Mary Jo Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs George J. Elbert, of Whittemore, and Vincent Graettinger, son of Mr and Mrs Alphonsus Graettinger, of Graettinger, were united in marriage Wednesday morning, August 28 in St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore. Rev. Phillip Daily performed the double ring ceremony, followed by a nuptial mass. Acolytes Were Charles Slagle and James Duffy. Karen Coleman of Fort Dodge sang accompanied by Sister Mary Dominica. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a full length gown of candlelight cupioni silk with a sabrina neckline which followed through to a full length pointed lace sleeve. The neckline and bodice were covered with hand appliqued rosepoint lace. The bodice dropped "to a V in the front and the back, the fullness being concentrated in the back and following out to a • chapel train. Her headpiece'-bf Point des- prit, held in place by candlelight illusion veiling was a half hat trimmed with sequins and seeded pearls. The scalloped effect, coming to a point in the front, was held in place by u tear drop pearl. She wore a gold and diamond heart shaped locket which had been her maternal grandmothers. Her bouquet was a deep purple orchid, pink roses, and baby breath on a white fan. Gayle Graettinger, sister of the bridesgroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sara Nelson of Evanston, Illinois, and Miss Charlone Kieffer, of Cassel* ton. North Dakota, .friends of the bride. The flower girl was Sarp- Lee French of Rossie, cousin of the bride. Bernard Elsenbast served hid brother-in-law as best man, and Ingvert Appel, and Lloyd Me- Combs, friends of the bride* groom, were ushers. A reception was held at the Johnson House in Algona, from 11:00 to 12:30. Decorations and the Wedding cake were in the bride's chosen colors. Mrs H. G. French and Mrs Hubert Barnes, aunts of the bride, poured. The guest book was in charge of Mrs Bernard Elsenbast, sister of the bridegroom. Mrs Gerald Hentges and Mrs James H. Geelan opened and displayed the gifts. Misses Carol Elbert, Coleen Farrell and Mary Martini were waitresses. Punch was served by Mary Rae Hogan and Karen Coleman. A dinner was held at 1:00 at the Johnson House for the wedding party and immediate families of the couple. Mrs Graettinger is a graduate Of Presentation Academy in Whittemore, and attended the college of St. Teresa in Winona, Minn. Mr Graettinger graduated from Graettinger .high school and at present is a tire-dental student at the State University of lowA in Iowa City, where the young couple will make their home. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II Bancrofters Off to School Teaching Jobs Bancroft—Jane Goche, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Goche, has gone to Omaha, Neb., where she has entered an Air Line school. Richard Goche, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Goche, will be a freshman at Iowa City where he will study medicine. Carol Lee Rahe left Monday to be employed as a telephone operator in Minneapolis. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Rudy Rahe. Marilyn Doyle is now employed in Chicago. Diane McGee left Sunday to be employed in Des Moines. Nancy Weber, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Weber, will enter college at Wheaton, 111. These are all graduates of St. John's with the 1957 class except Nancy Weber, a graduate of Swea City high. Others leaving for college soon are Joan Fox, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox, who will enter Nurses training at St. Catherine, Minneapolis. Rita Antoine will enter *nurses training at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. Alice Menke and Donna Bergman will enter St. Joseph school of nursing, Sioux City. Tom Clark will be a freshman at Ames this year. James McCarthy, son of Mr and Mrs John McCarthy, is a freshman at Creighton, Omaha. Phyllis Mulligan, .'daughter of Mrs Paul Mulligan;; will enter Briar Cliff, Sioux City. Mary Ann Nurr£ will enter Gale University, Sii; /-Paul, She is -the daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Nurre. •* Banns*of Marriage.^ Banns of mamage were pub. "Put me hi Coach!" let us do a (little coaching... let u* "coach" you, when in need of having a doctor's Proscription filled, to bring it to Rusk Drug where two graduate registered pharmacists are on hand to render complete Prescription service. "*"* Your doctor's Prescription filled while you welt or you may return for it later at your own convenience. ^RV«??^^WELCV PRESCRIPTION SERVICE lished for three couples for the first time Sunday in St. John's Catholic church between Laurence Goche, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Goche and Judith A. Nelson. Vernon Hertaers, son of Mr and Mrs John Herbers, Francis Schiltz, son of Mr and Mrs Arh« old Schiltz and Darlene Buscfc of Ledyard. Bridal Linen. Shower A linen shower was held Saturday ' afternoon in honor of Miss Maxine Menke at the Laurence Menke home. Maxine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurence Menke, will be married Oct. 5 in St. John's catholic church. Betty Menke entertained the cheer .leaders at a'party at her home Monday • evening. Alice Menke was presented with u gift. .... Lois Lampe accompanied Chas. Lensing home Saturday for the Labor Day weekend. Both are employed in Cedar Rapids. . Mrs Joan Haupert underwent major surgery at Mercy hospital in Port Dodge recently. Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp are on a six week's trip expecting to visit seven countries in Europe. They flew to New York. Mr and Mrs Vernon Lensing are staying at the Welp home and caring for Joey. Mrs Dan McGee entertained Donna Bergman at dinner Sat-" urday evening. Diane McGee ac-,. companied her parents to Des Moines Sunday where she expects to remain and work in Des Moines. Mrs Rose Murphy who spent the week with her son Thomas in Omaha and Mrs Elizabeth Lampe with her .daughter in • Council Bluffs returned to their homes Sunday. Mr and Mrs George Rahe re-»turned Saturday after a week's visit in the Wisconsin Dells and eastern Iowa, Rusch Reunion At Lotts Creek Whittemore — The annual Rusch reunion was held a week ago Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. Those atending were Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Adeia Meyer, Mrs Arela Leininger and son Harlan, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and family an4 Norbert Zumach of Whittemore; Alvin Ruhnke of Yuma, Arizona; Mr and Mrs Fred Kortegast and son Roger of Racine, Wis,; Mr and Mrs William Rusch, of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Robert Iverson and family, of Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Olloiver Lents, Mr and Mrs William Lents and son Mark, Mr and Mrs Robert Lents and family, and Mr and Mrs Richard Galloway of Sac City; Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mittag and family of Des Mom* es; Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer- and son Jack of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Vernon Finnested and family, of Butterfield, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brooks and. son of Wild Rose, Wise.; Mr §nd Mrs Kenneth Wehrspan and family, Mr and Mrs Harold C&U well and sons, Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer and Mrs Gerald Meyer and sons of Algonaf Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch Marge of Fenton; Mr Iftd Wilbert Ruhnke and family LuYenw; Mr awi Mr« Alvr' Iratz and family, and M*f Gade of "...'„., " Arthur Roach, Mr Franklin Ruwh and Mrs Nick Creek; and Mjr Gunderson

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