The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Marilyn Johannesen Bride Man, Mar. 6 SENECA - Marilyn Joyce Johannesen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, rural Bancroft, and Jay Judson Nolander of Milwaukee, Wise, were married Saturday afternoon, March 6, at 2:30 o'clock at the St. John's Lutheran Church at Depew, Iowa. Rev. Stanley Hanson performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial organ music was provided by Mrs. Oliver Johnson who also accompanied Rennee Votteler as she sang, "Where Thou Goest" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in a floor length dress of silk blend linen, fashioned with an Empire sheath skirt with point de Venice grape clusters and Rococco fringe bandings on the batteau neckline. The square train hung in plaits from the waistline. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of pink roses and stephanotis with white satin streamers. Carol Johannesen, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and a close friend, Miss Josie Castaneda, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, served as bridesmaid. Little Debbie Johannesen, sister of the bride, was flower girl. Dwane Johannesen, brother of the bride served as best man. Ronald Johannesen and Kerry Randa were ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Guests were registered by Evelyn Quam of Emmetsburg. Margaret Nielsen, a classmate of the bride, opened and displayed the gifts. Mary Lou Marlow of Lone Rock and Mrs.Elea- nor Witham of rural Bancroft served punch. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. aMMrs. Donald Quam of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Melvin Norland and Mrs. Henry Looft, aunts of the bride, presided at the silver services, and the five tiered wedding cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Russell Kauffman, was cut and served by aunts of the bride, Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Elmer Randa. Table waitresses included Mrs. Ronald Johannesen, Mrs. David Looft, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, Mrs. Howard Finnestad and Mrs. Barry Norland. Kitchen hostesses included Mrs. Duella Cody, Mrs. Norman Finnestad, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Henry Jensen, Mrs. Raymond Gardner, and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick. The bride was graduated from Sentral high school and is a 1963 graduate of Iowa State University at Ames. She is teaching Home Economics in the Samuel Morse School in Milwaukee. The groom served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is employed with the Cory Corporation in Milwaukee. Shower Honors For A Recent Seneca Bride SENECA - Marilyn Johannesen Nolander of Milwaukee is being honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday afternoon, March 27, at 2 o'clock at the Seneca Lutheran church. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson returned recently from California where she has been visiting her daughter, Rose Ann. Jim Bergum who was scheduled for an appendectomy at Estherville Friday morning found himself snowed in at Mankato where he attends business college and was not able to make it to his home north of Seneca until after the roads had been opened. A new appointment was made for Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Everett William attended the wedding of their grandson, Rockey Slote rat Rolls, 111. They visited at the'home of their daughter and also with their granddaughter wherejhey received a surprise visit from another daughter and family, the Pete Helmers, formerly of Des Moines. The Helmers were en- route to Aurora, 111., where Mr. Helmers will be working on a large sewer construction project. The Withams returned home Monday niprht. Bonnie Crouch was hostess to the Seneca Stars 4-H club at her home March 16. Jill Jensen, club president, presided. Bonnie Crouch displayed her Personality Booklet after which Audrey Bergum talked on Skin Care. Becky Jensen gave an illustrated talk and Ann Fortney talked on Hair Care. Jill Jensen explained, What Makes a Good Closet. Linda Sue Kracht and Cathy Bergum had charge of recreation. Mrs. Ted Jensen was the visiting mother. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener entertained last week in honor of their daughter, Debbie's sixth birthday anniversary. Tuesday afternoon guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Charles Feye and children, and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Glenda and Gail. On Friday evening the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller of Fenton, also the Harlan Muellers and two sons of Fenton and the Melvin Pompes of Whittemore came to help Debbie celebrate the occasion. Glenda Vaudt who spent the birthday night with Debbie had her stay prolonged by the storm. She didn't get home again until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Husong and daughter of Okabena, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests of the David Loofts. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener were hosts to a group meeting Saturday evening. Those in attendance Included Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Ted Jensen's group consisting of the Lyle Newells, the Wendell Ruschs and the John Streuckers are planning a meeting for this week Wednesday night, at the Streuckers. Last Sunday visitors at the Cleo Classon home at Ringsted included Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson, former Sene- cans now from Clinton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Goering and son of Jackson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Nerem and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nerem of Forest City. '65 CHEVROLET Thew (jrealpeiformerx are the lowest models at our One-Slop Shopping Top to bottom: Chery D 100, Corrair 500, Cherelle 300, Chcrrolcl Biscayne. All 2-door models. Each of these beauties is the lowest priced in its line. But the ride doesn't show it. Or the interior. Or the performance. That luxurious Biscayne is as roomy as many expensive cars, has color-keyed interiors, plush vinyls, fine fabrics, full deep-twist carpeting. Chevelle, America's favorite intermediate-size car, has clean new styling, wide doors, roomy, tasteful interiors and Chevrolet easy-care features. Chevy IT got a lot smarter for '65— but stayed sensible! Still family-size, easy to handle, economical, and the lowest priced Chevrolet you can buy. Or get a sporty rear-engine hardtop in a Corvair Sport Coupe or Sport Sedan for fun in the months ahead. Chevrolet, Chevelle and Chevy H are available with the Turbo-Thrift Six for fuel economy, quick warmups, quiet idling. It's light, efficient, smooth and spirited. Corvair's air-cooled rear-mounted Turbo-Air Six delivers the best balance and traction for this size car. So be practical. Only lion will know. Because it sure won't show! discover the difference SL priCcU OllcYJUlcv jfwu v«n u«/ • "«•- ••-•• ii Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's t'/iwmlet • Vhewlte • Chevy II* (torwir* ('omw KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Fenton Forward 4-H Meets FENTON - The Fenton Forwards Girls 4-H Club met March 15 at the home of Ann Krause. Debra Bierle led the Pledge of Allegience and the 4-H Pledge. Roll Call was "Why I Do or Don't Like my Given Name," and was answered by 16 members. An Illustrated talk on "Lines" was given by Jane Wichtendahl, and one on "Texture" was given by Sandra Seegebarth. A demonstration on the color wheel and the mixing of colors was presented by Betty Walter. Group activity was a tour of Ann's room. Guest mothers were Mrs. Rolland Baxter, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, and Mrs. Willie Kruse. Lunch was served by Mrs. Robert Krause. March 15 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He weighed 8 pounds and has been named Terry Dean. He has two brothers and a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Olson went to Des Motnes Monday to attend a telephone convention for two days. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and family, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer and boy, Swea City, were supper guests. The Ladies 500 Club which was postponed March 17 will will be held at the legion hall March 31. PHQNJ 295-3554 AU5QNA, IOWA 108 5. HAU Progresses 4-H Meeting Held FENTON - The March meeting of the Fenton Progressors Boys 4-H Club was held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall on Monday evening, March 15, with Delon Jentz as host. The meeting was opened with the Pledge to the Flag led by Kim Dreyer. It was decided to change 4-H meetings to the second Tuesday of each month. Delon Jentz and Robert Krause were appointed to the recreation committee. Plans were made for 4-H Day and the Minneapolis tour. The meeting closed with the 4-H Pledge. Lunch was served by Mrs. Jentz. LONE ROCK Mr*. 4. A. The Alfred Schultz family and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, visited Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cottpn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son the John Cottons, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mr.^ano^ Mrs. Ernest Jensen, t f. BaclcensackV were Sunday dinner' '' guests of the A. A. Kruegers. " Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen went to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit an aunt, Mrs. Emma Skow. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee and Michael spent Sat. and Sunday in Des. Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Iowa City, were also there. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard spent from Sat. to Tuesday with her parents, the H. K. Drowns in Des Moines. Jesse Blanchard went down Monday and attended a lumbermen's convention. U.P.W. circles will meet this Thursday, Mildred circle with Marjorie Person and Mildred Hammerstrom, Lucille circle with Harriet Bellinger and Eliza Rath and Nancy circle with Patsy Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson returned Saturday from a 3- month trip to Las Vegas and other points west. They went to Las Vegas to visit their son Elmer and family and to make the acquaintance of their first grandson Eric. They also spent eight days in Calif, visiting relatives and friends. En route home they stopped at Wheatland and Cheyenne, Wyoming and visited her sister and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rogers and family, Corwith, have moved into the old church house. They are employed at the Raymond Laabs farm. Sharon Krause was home the past week from college in Forest City for mid-term break. Mrs. Ellen Cherland and her grandson Ronald Cherland left Friday to visit her daughter the Carl Carlson family for a few days in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Hackensack, were Monday morning guests at the Willis Cotton home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howe moved to Shell Rock, Iowa where he will be employed at the Ford garage, They spent last weekend at the Glenn Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Hansen attended the 45th anniversary of his parents last Sunday. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen who farmed near Spencer before retiring and moving to Ringsted. The Lucille circle will meet this Thursday at the Harriett Bellinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Steven and family, Laurens, spent the weekend at the Don Blanchard home. Mr, and Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt are parents of a boy born Lakota Garden Club Meets At Kollasch's The Lakota Blue Jay Garden club met on Saturday afternoon at the home of Barbara and Becky Kollasch. The members brought their Litter Bag posters to be judged and prizes were given according to the age groups. In the younger group, Connie Lewis received first, Colleen Boettcher second and Emma Ukena third. In the older group Gloria Jean Geilenfeldt received first, Becky Beemer second and Nancy Sheldahl third. Judges were Mrs. Gus Potthoff and Mrs. John Smith. A craft project followed the brief business meeting. Riverdnle 4-H Met Saturday At Berte Home Riverdale RustlersIIheldthelr monthly 4-H meeting at St. Joseph's School Hall, Saturday. Mary Margaret Berte and her mother Mrs. Raymond Berte served as hostess. Illustrated talks on "Covirtesy in Public" weregiven by Lenora Hllbert, Marian Koh- Ihaas, and Vicky McGuire.Char- lene Thilges and Rosa Lee Illg gave an illustrated talk on "Record Books." A demonstration on "Preparing Wood" was given by Lenora Hilbert, Suzanne Reding, Ruth Ann Thilges, Rosa Lee Illg. Sandy O'Brien^ Sandy Wagner, Marian Kohlhaas and Mildred Thul gave a demonstration on "Pillows." Kathleen, Kristine andDarlene Plathe, Judy Kollasch, Linda Reding and Ruth Ann Thilges brought their hobbies to show for Special Activity. Mrs. Ruth Ann Loebach told the girls what they could bring to the fair. Recreation was led by Paula Thilges. Lunch was served by the hostess. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Eugene Ziemet, Mrs. Edward Thilges, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Loebach, Mrs. Raymond Berte. Maribeth Thilges received hand lotion for the girls door prize. Thursday, March 25, 1965 Algeria, (la.) Upper Det Molrr**-Q Mr. and Mrs. Pete Werling entertained In their home Saturday evening in observance of Mrs. Werling's birthday. The evening was spent play ing euchre, with Mrs. Florian Faber and Millie Thilges receiving high prizes and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and Albert Becker, low prizes. Following cards and a social evening, lunch was served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rein- aid Salz, Mr. and Mrs. Clete Salz, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zeimet, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Faber, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Bonnie Wagner, Eddie and George Illg. Mrs. Anna Berte observed her birthday Sunday evening with a family gathering In her home. Jerry Berte, Merlin Altman and Donnie Wagner, members of the Grand Pres, furnished music for the evening's entertainment. Lunch was served. Michael Thomas Capeslus, Infant son of Mr, and Mrs. James Capesius, born March 7, was baptized In St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Thomas Capesius and Mrs. Robert Klrsch. Mrs. M. T. McGulre spent last week in the home of her son, the Don McGulre's In Algona while Mrs. Don McGulre was a surgical patient in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Mary Kayser In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kayser and family were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Herb's mother. Norman Kayser, Fort Dodge, son of Mrs. Mary Kayser of Algona, formerly St. Joe, left Sunday for a week's trip to Paris, France. Norman, operator of a Standard service station at Fort Dodge, won the trip In a sales contest of the oil company conducted the past year. Feet Frozen BANCROFT - Henry Grandgenett Is a patient of Holy Family hospital, Estherville, with badly frozen feet and hands after spending Thursday night In his car near Burt when he became stalled In a snow drift. QUADRUPLETS "Speckles", a ewe owned by Jaque Otto who farms northeast of Storm Lake, presented her owners with four frisky lambs the last day of February. -•^V—^—^ ^—-^^"^ ^ ^ -^^r-~^^r~ -^^*~ ~-^v ^^- -^^ -^^- • ^—- —— —— —— — FARMERS! YOU'RE INVITED TO FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER'S BIG i s I L I 1 1 M J 1 SATURDAY MARCH 27 BRING ALL THE FAMILY FREE Ham or Cheese Sandwiches DOOR PRIZES COME IN AND MEET MISS SHERRY TEACHOUT OF FARRAGUT THE IOWA SOIL CONSERVATION QUEEN >¥*» V, SHERRY TEACHOUT MISS TEACHOUT WILL BE OUR GUEST FROM 11 A. M. TO 4 P. M. REGISTER WITH HER FOR THE VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES. A representative of Peterson Seed Co. wilt be here to discuss all your seed needs and to answer any questions you may have about various seeds. A Professional Feeds representative will be happy to discuss your feed needs and give you all the details on feed contracts. Chuck Bertran of Federal Chemical Co. will be available to answer all your questions in regards to all types ferti- lizer. Manager Merton Ross of Farmers Service Center would like to take this opportunity to personally invite all the farmers and their families in the area to this big event. TON OF FEED TON OF FERTILIZER 50 LBS. GRASS SEED LOOK OVER OUR NEWLY REMODELED MILLI FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER So Phillips St MERTON ROSS, Mgr. ALGONA,

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