The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 20
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6-AtBtttta (la.) Upp»r Thursday, Stpt. t», 1957 Egesdal-Wallentine Vows Spoken Aug. 23, Ledyard i * : Ledyard — The Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church was the scene of a beautiful wedding on Friday evening. Aueust 23. at 8 p.m. when Ann Marie Egesdal daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlin Kgesdnl became the bride of Robert Gerald WaHentine. son of Mr and Mrs Theodore Wallemine of Lakota. Rev. Victor Vriesen officiater! at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Orville Brandt played the traditional wedding music anr) accompanied Gary Gabel of Swea City and Jane Egesdal, who sang. Her attendants were the bridegroom's sister Ruth, as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Ruth Ploeger, friend and classmate of the bride, Karin Wallen- tme, sister of the groom, and Jane Egesdal, sister of the bride as Junior Bridesmaid. Martha Elaine Wallentinc, sister of the groom, was flower girl, and Daryl Holcomb, cousin of the bridegroom was ring- bearer. The groom's attendants were . William WaHentine of East Chain, Carlin Egesdal Jr., and Roger Holcomb. Virgil Wallen, tine, brother of the groom, was junior groomsman. Eldon Egesdal of Elmore and Richard Dahl of Swea City were ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony for about 225 guests. Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr. and Mrs Don- aid Eichorn were dining room hostesses. Mrs Earl Egesdal of Elmore and Mrs George Wallentine of East Chain, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Dean Lloyd was in charge of the guest book. The gift table was in charge of Mrs Harley Paschke of Blue Earth, Shirley Udstuen Deanna Wiemer and Judith Roseboro. Waitresses were Janice Edwards, Carmen and Caro 1 Larsen, Carmen Egesdal, Jane WaHentine and Janet Johnson. Ladies who helped in the kitchen were Mrs Raymond Sorenson, Mrs Clayton Roseboro, Mrs Herman Brandt, Mrs J. C. Blome. Mrs Luverne Edwards, Mrs Ralph Johnson, Mrs Fred Ploeger, Mrs Herman Goetz, Jr., Mrs Roger Goetz, and Mrs Marlin Runksmeier. Following a short wedding trip they will be at home in Swea City where the groom is employed by the Farmers Elevator. The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard Commnity school and also attended the De Lyle School of Beauty. The bridegroom also attended and graduated from the Ledyard High School and attended Gustavus Adolphus for two years. Mrs Fred Stern of Long Prairie, Minn, came on Friday to be with her sister, Mrs Henry Frey and remained for several days after the funeral of Mr Frey. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and David and Dexter of Waterloo came Saturday evening to spend the weekend at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorsori and Marvel. Mrs Mary Bodaken of Fort Dodge was « weekend visitor at the home of Mrs Mary Bashara and family. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Bodaken and boys of Storm Lake were also visitors at the Bashara home. Mrs E. A. Carpenter received word on Saturday night that her father was seriously ill and she and Mrs Carpenter left early Sunday morning for Olin. Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel accompanied Bernie Looft of Swea City to Fort Dodge on Sunday where they visited Mr Pingel's brother, Fred Pingel, who has not been well for sometime. Mrs Harold Herzog. Mrs Edward Looft, Mrs Marie Halvorson, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, and Mrs Anna Togerson attended the W.S.C.S. training school last week at Burt. Susie Mouse!, who has been ill for some time, was taken to the Estherville Hospital on last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs William Bauman are parents of a baby boy born Friday, September 6th at Estherville. They now have two boys and two girls. Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr left on Wednesday for New York City where they will meet Mrs Egesdal's brother who is returning from Norway. Dolores Doocy and Rita Klocke left on Tuesday for Fort Dodge where they enrolled at beauty college . Tuesday evening the P.T.A held a welcome for the school faculty. Mrs Ray Winter was in charge of the program. Mi Willadsen introduced the teach- MEET ONE OF YOUR Astern Buyers Neighbors CALL CYpress 4-2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF YOUR /FRIENQLY WESTERty BUYERS NEIGHBORS' IF YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKET. GAYL W. JOHNSON, Swea City In the Swea City area. Western Buyers has drtr ,..' «nce and the friendly relationship extends even further back thao that to Lake Park, where Mr. Johw £ q r ^ n ™ M> £?* b ??\ ng bu »toe« before movinar to Swea City. His stockyard and office is located at the Rock Island track. He has been at Swea City m T, SinCe 19 3«. Continuously, with the ex- of two years in military service. n » 8 *h° former Mary Ellen Robin- .n D *t s Moin ? s « Th «» «* four children in the now rnarrtel * Bnd * **' the * ldw * ^whtei i u? 8 K? o.P*' 8 *'* a rt «»i and two pickup trucks H« 8ne "' M •^ handles feed and fer- ' i l ls VW** m »"»ber of the Swea City v P w' tr* MS? 9 * *° ibe American Legion and V.F.W. His hobbies are huniing and fishing. and he makes one good fishing trip Vyear^nfo W>1 b ° rn "«* rai »d «S RoSS f! Mr ,u ,*° be "'ociated with Mr, Jpnnson. and if you don't already know him they invite you Jo make his We Pay For Good Hogs! These "Friends & Neighbors" Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You. BAY KRANTZ Titonka E. K. JOHNSON Fenton Mu ^U£ft VATOB 08$?™°**.™** DALE DUNDAS Burt CAYL W. JOHNSON 8wea City J. B. MERTZ We»t HERMAN Cylinder TJ MURPHY LIVESTOCK Wvwroow . LwVera* . Conrith _ LOU NITZ Lakoja-Udyard W BUYERS OVIR 200 PACKERS & PROCESSORS ers and their wives or husbands. Mrs J. F. Sullivan was taken to the Buffalo Center Hospital on Friday for treatment. Mrs Zilphy Hardt went to Mountain Lake last Monday to visit her daughter Natalie and to accompany her to the clinic in Mankato where she will have 3 check up. Natalie teaches in Mountain Lake. Mrs Louise Herzog was taken ill on Wednesday of this past week and has been under the doctor's care. She is improving. Mrs Edward Knoner and sou Dennis returned home Friday from a vacation trip to California and Washington. Mr Knoncr who accompanied them to visit the boys in California returned home for the opening of school H;he drives a bus. Mr and Mrs Don Johnson arf the parents of a baby boy born Sept. 1st at Buffalo Center Hospital. He has been named Thomas Virgil. Rev. Victor Vriesen was called io Young America, Minn., early Monday morning by the news "hat Mrs Vricsen's mother, Mrs -3. A. Fossum. had passed away on Sunday night. Mrs Vriesen and daughter Mary had been with her mother. Funeral services were held on Thursday and he following members of the congregation here went to Young America for the funeral: Mr and Mrs Herman Brandt, Mr and Mrs John Brandt, Mr and Mrs Orville Runksmeier, Mr and Mrs Marvin Junkermeier. Mr and Mrs Ervin Klinksiek, Mr and Mrs Elmer Junkermeier, Mrs Ray Johnson. Mrs Ida Darnell, Mr and Mrs John Kramersmeior. Mrs Vriesen's father, Dr. E. A. Fossum returned home with them on Friday to visit here for a couple of weeks. Lena DeVries, Missionary, Visits Titonka Tiionka ~- Lena DeVries, missionary of the Bible Christian Union, returned to the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred DeVries of Titonka. recently from Brooklyn, New York. She is planning to goi to Germany as a missionary next spring, D. V., and is now holding meetings in various churches of this area to show the need of Europe as a mission field, and to gain her needed support and equipment monies. During a visit to Germany in 1952. Miss DeVries was impressed with the ignorance of God and of faith in God prevalent among the modern German people. Before attending the Bible Christian Training Institute in Brooklyn, Miss DeVries practiced general duty nursing for several years. The Bible Christian Union is an interdenominational work begun over 50 years ago in Eastern Europe. Miss DeVries is a graduate of Titonka high school, a graduate from Bible Christian Training Institute in 1956, and has worked in home center of Bible Christian Union, Brooklyn, the past year. BORON smoother power better mileage . _ &/ READ WHAT THESE MOTORISTS Steckers At Titonka Wed 35 Years Titonka — Mr and Mrs Folkert Stecker were pleasantly surprised Monday evening when a group of relatives gathered and surprised them on their 35th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent socially after which lunch was served and brought by the guests. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Alfred Redenius and children Allen, Arlys, and Alvina and Julius Stecker at home and friend Judy Wiske of Burt, their children and Mr and Mrs Menno Fuls. Mr and Mrs Heyo Boekelman, Etta and Maude Stecker, Gerhart Stecker, Mrs Margaret Harms and Herbert, all of Titonka and Mr and Mrs John K. Harms of Burt and Mr and Mrs John Meyer and daughter Marcell of Hutchins. Their wed- Qing date was August 30, however, but they celebrated a few days late. Reception At Good Hope Approximately 50 members and guests gathered at the Good Hope Lutheran basement for a reception for the teachers and, prospective members and also to get underway the first meeting of the year of the Titonka Federated club. Mrs I. Wortman of Lakota was guest speaker for the evening and her topic was of Russia. , ,|, Henry Spear Has Surgery Henry Spear is a patient at the Mercy hospital having undergone surgery the past week. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Mrs Louis Hub- bard'of Long Beach, Calif., daughter of Mr Spear, visited at the' home in Titonka the past week. Ron Huisman To School Ronald Huisman, who has spent the past two months at home with his parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Huisman, left Saturday for Chicago to attend Mijody Bible Institute where he will be'a senior this year. Son For Karels Mr and Mrs Wm. Karels of Bancroft are the parents of a baby son born Wednesday, Sept. 11. The baby has been named. Lyle Dean. -Mrs Karels is the former Rose Cordes, daughter of Mrs John Cordoe here in Titonka, V Daughter For Petersons Mr and Mrs Arthur Peterson are the parents of a baby daughter born Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 10, at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Ttje baby weighed 8 Ibs. and 7 oz. and hus been named Carol Lynn. They are the parents of a son Allen 6 years old also. • Mr and Mrs Richard Temple and daughters Carolyn arid Marilyn of Kramrar and Mr and Mrs Bert Venenga of Hampton were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and family. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harms, Vicki and Bradley of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga. Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig at* tended the Spencer Fair Friday. Mr? Anna Alke returned Friday evening after a five day visit with her daughter and family the Junior Thackers of Rock flapids. She accompanied, Mr ana Mrs Bud AIHe who were passing through on a trip to Black Hills and other points of interest. Chris Meyer and son Christie of Adrian, Mo., arrived late Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Folkert Stecker to visit over the weekend. They also visited other relatives and, friends here in the community Mr and Mrs Raymond Baacie 1 and Mr and Mrs Dale attended the fair at Spencer Friday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kruse and Galen were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Menno Everding and family Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bert Everding were afternoon callers, Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten and family were Saturday and Sunday visitors at various places in Titonka. Mr and Mrs HarrU Sonnenberg of Dubuque visited at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Geo Sonnenberg, over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig and Mr and Mrs Everett Attig and Eddie attended the Spencer fair Friday. Mr and Mrs Harold Kruger and family of Minneapolis visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Lester Callies and Sue over the weekend. Ed Callies accompanied them and visited friends around Titonka also. The Ramsey Brotherhood of the Ramsey Reformed Church will hold a Pancake supper Tuesday, Sept. 24. Mrs Joe Coyle of Chicago, 111., is spending a few days at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mr? Pierre Sartor. She stopped after driving her daughters to Ames where they were entering college for the fall term. HURT Bruno Fecht of Allison was rather badly hurt in a freak accident recently. He was holding a 4x5 foot sign on the rear end of a truck, as it drove slowly, when a passing' vehicle caused a gust of wind that blew him and the sign both out oil the highway. My «ar really perform* with D-X Boron. We found It has much more pep and power with thU new fuel. D-X Boron is in a class all by Itself. Gives good power, better getaway .. increases mileage, too. This new D-X Boron gives me around sixteen more miles per tankful. It's a good buy for power, too. It is not definitely known who invented gunpowder or where or when it originated. * I My car definitely runs smoother and has a great deal more pep. I will con- tlnue to use this new fuel. ...Asuperior product. This gasoline runs smoother and quieter. Absolutely won't knock or ping. I get more mileage—around 16 more miles per tankful —with D-X Boron. My en- glne runs much smoother. '' —^•^^^^"i^^MBBaBHW l»9 begins with D-X BORON tor every car, ony age Old car, new car... small car, big car... D-X Boron gives your engine new life. It liberates more go per gallon. It delivers up to 16 more miles per tankful of the smoothest power you can buy. And forget about knock! 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In certified NATA* findings, Chevy delivered up to 17% greater fuel economy, and lower total cost for the trip-proof that Chevrolet costs least to operate of the three leading low- priced cars that were tested ! But that's not surprising. You expect Chevrolet engines to wring extra miles out of a gallon of gas— just as you expect finer craftsmanship in the way a Chevy is built Better' see your Chevrolet dealer soon! 4.3535 - Your Newspaper Tti ttfiW CBfcVY-TBE EXTS4 GOOD* BRAL OW Oeiy I tbw famous /CHEVROLET/ See Tour local Authorised MORE PEOPIE DRIVE CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR

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