The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1965
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6-AI0ono (In.) Upper D»« Molnftt Tuesday, April 13, 1965 Lotts Creek Tribute JESUi The above picture shows snow sculpturing done by pupils in the Lotts Creek Lutheran School, after recent heavy snows. The theme was: "Jesus, Light of (the) World". The three-foot letters in relief were sprayed with blueing for the sake of contrast. The evangelism project was a traffic stopper for the passing public. Keith Kubly Weds April 3 couple will lie at home after April 13th in Berwyn, 111. The bride is a graduate of J. Sterling M/>rton High School, Cicero, 111. and is secretary to the Dean of Morton Junior College, Cicero, HI. The groom is a graduate of LuVerne High School, LuVerne, Iowa and Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. He is an Electrical Engineer at Zenith Radio Corp., Chicago, 111. Out of town guests at the wedding from Iowa, were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kvibly, Corwith, Dale Kubly, brother, Ames, Iowa, Mrs. Henry Kubly, grandmother, LuVerne, Iowa. Mrs. Arthur Carlson, aunt of the groom, Cowrie, Iowa. Mrs. Wllmer Koessel, cousin, Lake View, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Jeffers formerly of Lu- Verne, but now of Whitewater, Wis., and George Jeffers of Milwaukee, Wis. A reception for the couple will be held on May 2 at the Methodist church in LuVerne, Iowa. The Warren Park Presbyterian church, Cicero, El. was the setting on April 3, for the wedding of Alice Lee Frantes, daughter of Mrs. Emily Fratnes, Berwyn, 111. and the late Anton Frantes, and Keith E. Kubly of Melrose Park, Ell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly of Corwith, Iowa. The double ring service was read at 11:00 a.m. by Rev. Robert E. Weinman. Miss Adreinne Rott was maid of honor. Miss Jacqueline Janda and Miss Suzanne Steffens, cousins of the bride were bridesmaids. Harold Walz was best man. Dale Kubly, brother of the groom and James Janda, cousin of the bride were groomsmen and ushers. The bride was given in marriage by her mother, Mrs. Emily Frantes and she wore an orchid floor length dress with olive green shoes and gloves. Two orchid roses topped her hand made hat. The groom's mother wore beige with matching accessories. The dinner reception was held it the Elmhurst Country Club. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, British West Indies, the Titonka Ciub Observes 25th Anniversary TITONKA - Titonka Federated Club held a special program in observance of the 25th anniversary of their clubThursday evening at the Methodist church. Guests included charter members, former members, Titonka Woman's club, Doan's Woman's club and County Federation officers. Program included piano selections popular In 1940 by Fay Collies, vocal solos by Trudy Budlong, a one act play coached by Karen Boyken, a recognition ceremony and a summary of" activities of the club over the past 25 years. Tea was served following the program. GET RATINGS Titonka high school students taking part in the State Speech Contest in Sioux City earned several ratings: Linda Fritz, I, interpretive prose; Linda Krantz, 11, oratorical; Ruth Beed, II, humorous; Brenda Brandt, II, story telling; Brenda Eden, I, public address; Arlys Pannkuk, I, dramatic; Judy Isebrands, II, story telling; Linda Gingrich, II, humorous; and Dorothy Seebeck, II, dramatic. Good Hope Lutheran church will observe Palm Sunday with confirmation services and reception of new members. Being received by confirmation are Glenn Bartelt, Dean Stecker, Cecil Welhousen, RobertRippen- trop and Robert Baxter. Members to be received by letter of transfer are Mrs. Robert Rlppen- trop, Mrs. Robert Baxter and Debra Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danger, Jr. and Kathleen Lee. Circles of Immanuel Lutheran church met Thursday. Mary circle met at the Herman Franzen home, Dorcas and Esther circles met at the church and Martha circle met at the Norman Bruns home. The monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held Monday at the home of Julia and Florence Reynolds. Mrs. Lester Hagen and Mrs. Art Boyken were hostesses. The all-day work meeting will be held April 23 at the home of Mrs. Pete Halnes. Titonka Woman's club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clifford Krantz. Pictures were presented on wild life by Paul Ferguson, local manager of U. S. Wildlife area. Federation news was presented by Mrs. Laura Nicholson. Mrs. Howard Andrews led Easter devotions. John Brandt, student at St. Olaf College inNorthfield, Minn., spent his spring vacation at the parental Edward Brandt home. Mrs. Martha Boyken and Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher are again LADY.., IS YOUR MAN READY TO STEP INTO THE EASTER PICTURE? KNOWING MEN AS WE DO, WE DOUBT IF HE IS READY - SO, SEND HIM IN - OR BETTER YET, BRING HIM IN. WE HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF EVERYTHING TO FIT HIM INTO THE EASTER PICTURE. LET HIM CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING TOP QUALITY NAME-BRAND LINES; SUITS Sharkskins of wool or silk & wool in the latest shades of clay olive, blue olive, silver grey, gold brown, blue black, black, etc. from these name brand manufacturers — Kuppenheimer, Hyde Park, Middishade, Cricktteer. + HATS by CHAMP & STETSON all sizes & colors. * TIES by Regal & story. n * SHIRTS by nationally famous Arrow in cotton, and dacron & cotton. + SHOE S Latest styles and colors by Portage. Zfltt, QUALITY CLOTHING FOK MEN & BOYS In Titonka after spending several weeks vacationing in Florida. The senior class was entertained at a dinner Thursday evening. The Lions Club was host. Speaker of the evening was the exchange student from Brazil, who attends school in Algona. ST. JOE John Berte is a surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, having had surgery Tuesday. Sylvester Erpelding returned home Wednesday from Mercy hospital where he had been a medical patient two weeks. Ralph Kohlhaas came home Wednesday from Mercy hospital where he had been a medical patient since Friday. Carol Erpelding, Denver, Colo., arrived home Friday for a 4-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and family. Mrs. Alvin Klein and her daughter, Mrs. Joe Loebach, entertained Tuesday in observance of the first birthday of Joe Loebach, son of Mrs. Joe Loebach. The little man's father is in service and stationed in Thailand, and is expected home this month with his Army discharge. Attending the afternoon gathering and 5 o'clock supper were Mrs. Joe Loebach, Whittemore, Mrs. Anna Geischecker, Mrs. Dean Dodds and Debbie, Mrs. John Roeder and Sandy, all from Algona, Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mrs. Milford Plathe and Jennifer, Mrs. Ernie Bocmann, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, all from here, and Mrs. Edmund Berte and Kevin, Whittemore. Initiate 4 St. Joe K.C/s On Sunday ST. JOE - Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council met Wednesday evening April 7th at 6:30 p. m. with special guests and visitors attending a fish fry in the local Club rooms. Dr. Frank Tepner, Bode, was guest speaker, and talked on farm chemicals. First and second Degree initiation will be held at the Algona K. C. Hail in Algona on Sunday afternoon, April llth, at 3 o'clock. St. Joseph's Council candidates are Lorena Bormann, Leo Bormann, Phillip Bormann, and Howard Kohlhaas. Fish fry committee was Francis Erpelding, Peter Becker, Daryl Baker, Howard Bormann, Orville Wagner, Gerald Girres, Mark Thilges, Ray Kohlhaas, Bill Erpelding, Joel Reding and Dick Borman. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church on Sunday for the first time for Lorine Berte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte, Sr., of St. Joseph's parish, and Charles G. Albrecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Albrecht of Clare. Miss Berte is employed at Fort ALGONA final two days Tuesday - Wednesday APRIL 13-14 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER FOR "BEST SOUND EFFECTS" ALBERTRBROCCOLI^HARRYSALTZMAN SEAN CONNERY k IAN FLEMING'S 60LDFIM6IB" I|ltui4 Uri TECHNICOLOR* UNITED ARTISTS Dodge and Mr. Albrecht is an employee of Iowa Beef Packers, Inc., Port Dodge. An April 26th wedding date is planned. Ann Elizabeth Cftpesius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Capeslus, was born March 30 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She was baptized by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher in St. Joseph's church on Sunday. Sponsors were Nicholas Capesius and Mrs. Jim Capesius. Mrs. Robert Berte and daughters spent several days last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen who moved last week from a farm near Garner to Lakota. Mr. Jensen will be town marshal in Lakota. Mrs. Tony Becker entertained her 500 Club on Thursday afternoon with Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs. William B. Devine and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell receiving prizes. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertains the club on April 22. Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Nepple, Lacrosse, Wise., spent the weekend here hi the home of Mrs. Nepple's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Besch, Cedar Rapids spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Besch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker and family. The sergeant attended Long Pine (Neb.) high school. His wife, Marilyn, is the daughtef of and Mrs. Howard Cronk of Iowa. Notes Of | ervicemen WICHITA FALLS, TEX. -Staff Sergeant Delmar L. Rieken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rieken of 406 E. 14th, Grand Island, Neb., has been graduated from the training course for U. S. Air Force missile pneudraulic mechanics at Sheppard AFB, Tex. Sergeant Rieken, who learned to operate and maintain the Titan missile hydraulic and pneumatic systems, is being assigned to a Strategic Air Command (SAC) unit at McConnell AFB, Kan. His unit supports the SAC mission of keeping the nation's intercontinental missiles and jet bombers on constant alert. FORT GORDON, GA. Pvt. Richard T. Kollasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Kollasch", Route 1, Whittemore, completed an 11 week communications cen- ( ter specialist course April 2 at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Fort'Gordon, Ga. Kollasch was trained in the use of teletype sets, tape relay operations and in the operation of long distance communications equipment. The 22 year old soldier entered the Army in October 1964 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1961 graduate of Garrigan High School and was employed by Weidenhoff Corporation, Algona, before entering the Army. Parents who are afraid to put their foot down usually have children who step on their toes. 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