The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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Former Burl Girl Is Wed In Minnesota BURT - Judith Kay Abbas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas of Crosslake, Minn., became the bride of Thomas Resier, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Resier of Remer, Minn, at 2 p. m. Feb. 13 at the Bethany Lutheran church In Remer, Rev. Gordon Sordine officiated at the double ring ceremony, The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor*length wedding dress of white Chantilly lace over white satin leading to a satin train. She wore a fingertip illusion bridal veil and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations, Her accessories Included a heirloom necklace, a gift from the groom's parents. Mrs. Barbara Chenevert was matron of honor. Janice Abbas was maid of honor. Edwin Chenevert was best man. William Resier was groomsman. Eugene Steward and Robert Ulseth were ushers. Mrs. Martha Sorum of Remer played the traditional wedding music. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The wedding cake was baked by the groom's mother and decorated by his sister. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Eugene Steward. Mrs. Richard Erickson poured coffee and Mrs. Mike Smldt poured punch, Mrs. John Resier was in charge of the gift table and Mary Lou Chenevert had the guest book. The groom attended school in Remer and the Concordia College, Moorehead, Minn. He is at present serving with the U. S. Navy and stationed at San Diego, Calif. The bride attended school at Burt and P. B. I. at Minneapolis. She worked at St. Joseph hospital at Brainerd. After a northern Minnesota honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Resier will be at home after March 14 in San Diego, Cal. Judith is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward and Mrs. Florence Bagby of Burt. - o Fortnightly Club has been postponed from March 12 to March 19. The members will meet at the home of Lefie McMullen. The World Day of Prayer scheduled for ,2'"d<eioclc March^ 5 at the Burt Methodist church, was postponed and'has been rescheduled for 2 p. m. March 12. Students home from Mankato to spend the weekend with their parents were Cheryl and John Lovstad, Gerald Hilton and Patt Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch and Mrs. Lloyd Priest left Wednesday for their homes at Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Tacoma, Washington after visiting their sister and husband, the Kenneth Cooks. John Schroeder returned to his home in Houston, Texas Tuesday. All had been here to attend final rites for their father, Herman Schroeder, held Sat. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller arrived home Sunday evening after a two-week visit at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family at Runnemeade, New Jersey and a trip through the south. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen spent Sunday at the Jack McMullen home at Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, Darcy andKathi, spent Sunday at the Harold Wentworth home, Ledyard, and accompanied them to the Ray Wentworth home, Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce were Sunday guests at the Walter Steward home. Mrs. Lulu Rlngsdorf is recovering at her home from a slight heart attack suffered while shoveling snow at her home Wednesday. Her daughter, Mrs. Neva Shipler, Swea City, spent several days helping care for her, Bill Hamilton, freshman at University of South Dakota at Vermillion, spent the weekend with his parents, the Robert Hamiltons. FOREIGN SERVICE Dorothy Naudzius, formerly of Cedar Falls, has been accepted as a Secretary with the U. S. Department of State. She arrived in Vienna, Austria Feb. 6 where she began a two-year assignment with the American Embassy. GRADUATES Mrs. Jacob Brand, first grade teacher at Sully, and her son, Duane, LyonvWe-Sully high school coach and teacher, both received degrees at Drake University last mouth. Mrs. Brand received a bachelor's degree in education and Duane his master of science degree in education, Will Be Bride Of Young Corwith Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heyer of Spirit Lake, announce the engagement of their daughter Cheryl Kaye Passehl of Clear Lake to Richard P. Hauswirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charpel W. Hauswirth, of Corwith. Miss Passehl is a graduate of the Britt high school and is now employed at the Clear Lake Bank & Trust. Her fiance isagraduate of the Corwith-Wesley high school. Mr. Hauswirth is engaged in farming south of Corwith. The couples wedding date has been set for July 9,1965. 26 Titonka Students Place In Speaking TITONKA - Forty-two students at Titonka high school participated in the Home Declam contest. Twenty-six of this number placed and will take part in the district contest. Winners were: Lennlce Bilsborough, Dorothy Seebeck, Arlys Pannkuk, Joan Cosgrove, Linda Gingrich, Ruth Beed, Brenda Brandt, Judy Isebrands, Jeanne Gingrich, Alfred Rode, Cathy Stecker, Dorothy Seebeck, Glen Bartelt, Sharon Eden, Linda Fritz Linda Krantz, James Rode, Verlus Burkhart, Brenda Eden, Nick Alexander, and Carol Haack. .„> •«. • :- • -0- BIRTHDAY PARTY The John Rode home was the scene of a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Rode's birthday Friday evening. Guests included, Mrs. Caroline Brandt, Miss Penny Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harringa, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rode, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode and family. ST. were honored Feb. 21 for their fortieth wedding anniversary. The honored couple, their sons and daughters and respective families had dinner at the cafe dining room at noon. Open house was held at Good Hope Lutheran church from 2 to 4 p.m., at which 175 guests signed the register. A program was held at 2 p.m., and social hour followed. Hosts and hostesses were their sons and daughters, Clarence Van Hove of Kiester, Minn. Sylvester Van Hove of Dows, Ted Van Hove Jr. of Elmore, Minn, and James and Merlin Van Hove of Titonka, Mrs. Dan Wubben (Wilma), Mrs. Bob Spear (Florence) of Titonka, Mrs. Bill (Sylvia) Klberenz of Mason City and Mrs. Alfred Stenzel (Caroline) of Elmore, Minn, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beed are at home after spending several weeks In Albuquerque, N. M. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Welhausen are again at home after visit- Ing for several days with his sister, the H. R. Chandlers of Dayton, Ohio. They went by jet from there to visit for 10 days with their son Gerald and family in Miami, Fla. They made acquaintance with a new granddaughter, who was born In Jan. The Jr. M.Y.F. met Sunday evening at Titonka Methodist church. Mrs. Arthur Peterson and Mrs. John Miller served supper. In charge of devotions was Julia Stoddard. The Sr. M.Y.F. met at 7:30 with Sandra Schutjer hostess. The senior class went by bus on a tour to Des Molnes Tuesday, where they visited the legislature in session. Terry Myers, social studies teacher, and Sup- intendent Geo. L. Roberts accompanied them. Rlngsted were Sunday afternoon callers at the John, Oscar and Bertha Olsen home. Martin Wilberg of Fenton observed his 76th birthday anniversary Saturday, March 6. In honor of the occasion his son and family, the Jerry Wllbergs, took their Sunday dinner to his home and spent the day with him. Evening guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen and Mr. aitf Mrs. Henry Looft. -owed 40 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Have •SENiCA Carol Jonannesen of Denver, Colorado, spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Jo- hannesens, and was maid of honor at her sister Marilyn's wedding which was solemnized Saturday afternoon at the St. John's Lutheran church at Depew, Iowa. Mrs. Marlys Kreuger and Tommy spent the weekend with her parents, the John Johanne- sens and accompanied them to the wedding of her cousin, Marilyn Johannesen and Jay Nolander of Milwaukee on Saturday. The last discussion meeting on "Financing Your Public Services" of the group meeting in the east edge of Seneca township was held Wednesday even- Ing at the home of Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry. The west group meeting was held at the Calvin Vaudts with the Marlin Wegeners, Kenneth Andres, David Loofts, and Henry Loofts in attendance. The next meeting will be held at the Kenneth Andre home. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and family of rural Ringsted were Sunday afternoon callers at the David Loofts. The Rev. Stanley Hansens of Friends Honor Ottosen Couple Wed 10 Years OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. -Howard Thompson were pleasantly surprised Saturday night on their tenth wedding anniversary. Eleven couples came, bringing a lunch and presenting them with a gift. The couples were Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz. Ralph Jacobson and Mrs. Alfred Schultz had high scores, Darrel Jones and Mrs. Conrad Johnson had low scores and Howard Thompson had travel. - o Four birthdays were celebrated Sunday at a dinner at the Kermlt Fowler home. Attending were Mrs. Mark Fowler and Edna of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and Lyndon. Those who had birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler , Kermit Fowler and Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Movick and Mrs. Clara Lander of Humboldt returned home Sunday from a trip to California where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson met them at Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson entertained the anniversary group Saturday night. Raymond Wehrspann and Mrs. Mike Coyle had high scores. Mrs. Roy Telford and Martin Meyer low and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford Iteul travel. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford are parents'of an 8 lb., 3 oz. son born Mar. 5 at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. '• Susan Oppedahl of Waldorf 11 College spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Oppedahl took Susan to Albert Lea, Minn, where she will have two weeks training at Naeve hospital. One week of training for medical secretary will be at the hospital and the other week's training will be at the clinic. Enroute home, the Oppedahls visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Willmert at Frost, Minn. Karen Banwart, who also attends Waldorf College, is spending a week's mid-term break with her parents, Mr. and IT MAY LOOK THIS WAY OUTSIDE But INSIDE.... and ALWAYS A GOOD PLACE TO BANK Mrs. Arlie Banwart. Mr. and Mrs. Erllng Malmtn visited Olaf Bruvlk at Lutheran hospital Sunday night. Mr. Bru- vlk had surgery Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grimm entertained at a card party Sunday night. Mrs. Cletus Chlcoine had high score for women and Mrs. Greg Orlger had low. Paul Anliker had high score for men and Greg Orlger low. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend was released from the Emmetsburg hospital Saturday and will recuperate for a while at the Albert Thorsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Speich home at Algona. They all went to Mason City where they visited Norman Speich, a surgical patient at Mercy hospital. son College at Indlanola, L. J. Fairbanks and daughter Linda and Marie Grover of Algona. Jean Wood was a Sunday dinner guest of Jane Barslou In honor of Jane's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy visited In the home of Mrs. Mertl Huber, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary were dinner guests In the Bill Trenary home Mondav. Dovle Tre- Thunday, Mafh 11. 1965 Algona, (la.) Upp«r D«« M«!n*«- 11 nary left Wednesday for service. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and Tony and Tommy and Charles Trunkhlll dropped In on Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jamil Thursday evening with a cake, candles to make a 53, to help Mr. and Mrs. Janrll celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary. All enjoyed Ice cream and cake. "The only one who ever made a success of running people down Is the elevator Last year Great Britain produced 2,250,000 automobiles. The average Soviet worker earns $88 a month. The Port of New York was used by 24,737 shins In 1964. PORTLAND •y Mr*. Victor Pitch The A. L. Rasmussens returned last week from a visit with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen at Chesterton, Indiana. Richard is employed by the Bethlehem Steel Co. and was recently transferred from Baltimore, Md. to the new plant at Burns Harbor, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary Mar. 7. Guests for the day were, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Curtis and girls of Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and Tony, Tommy and Charles Trunkhill and Roger Gifford of Burt. They also received a phone call from their daughter, Mrs. George Sengbusch of Mllac during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy were Sunday dinner guests in the John Von Bank home in Algona in honor of Marc Von Bank's 7th birthday. Supper guests of the A. L. Rasmussens Friday were their son David, who attends Simp- Buick LeSabre with Wildcat power. Its quiet voice delivers a most persuasive message. SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA:. BUICK MOTOR DIVISION SCHULTZ BROS., So. Phillip., Algona, Jowa . TUNE IN "LOWELL THOMAS AND THE NEWS"-CBS RADIO* APPRECIATION DAVS Cargill will hold Open House on March 13 at their Office at 419 So. Phillips St., Algona • Free Ham Sandwiches and • Coffee for all farm families Immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* FOR THE MEN 1st—500 Ibs. Nutrena feed, your choice 2nd-300 Ibs. Cattle or Hog Feed to be 3rd-TOO Ibs. delivered the next week There will be Free Door Prizes for the Men and Women FOR THE LADIES 1st—2 steak dinners at Charlie's 2nd-12" Tyflon fry pan 3rd—10" Tyflon fry pan Special fertilizer bookings on BULK, BAG or LIQUID. BE SURE TO ATTEND CARGILL'S OPEN HOUSE FREE HAM WITH TON OR MORE OF FEED OR FERTILIZER SATURDAY! One to customer. CARGILL INC. IOWA STATE BANK-ALGONA iw$*,m\\ P **<. mmmmmm ^™ Phone 295-2741 Algona, Iowa

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