The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1965 · Page 4
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4-Algena, (la.) Upper Det Meinet Tuesday, May 18, 1965 St. Joe C.D.A. Burt Girl April 24 Bride Of Clinton Eden, Wesley Names Officers For New Year ST. JOE - Election of officers for C. D. A. was held May 12. Officers for the '65'66 term are Grand Regent, Mrs. N. J. Weydert; vice regent, Mrs. Man-In Reding; prophetess, Mrs. George Wagner; lecturer, Mrs. David McGuire; monitor, Mrs. James Berte; financial secy'y., Mrs. Martin Friders; treasurer, Mrs. Albert Thllges; historian, Mrs.DamlanCentgrafj sentinel, Agnes Berte; musician, Mrs. Clarence Bormann. Trustees are Mrs. Orvllle Wagner, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Ed Bormann and Mrs. Connie Kunkel. Installation of officers will be held at the June 16 meeting. Mrs. E. J. Kollasch gave a reading. A report was made by the welfare committee and discussions on the court's project for the year were held. Court officers and past regents are invited as guests of Court Therese, Whittemore, May 21. The Mother-Daughter banquet will be held May 26 at 6:30 p. m. with Twin Rivers Band Mothers preparing and serving the meal C. D. A. committee In charge of arrangements are Mrs. John Capesius, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Herb Kayser, Mrs. Donald Reding and Mildred Bormann. Reservations are to be made by May 23 with a member of the committee or at Kollasch grocery or Rente's grocery. Mrs. John Capesius is courtesy chairman for the summer months, with every member of the Court assisting. Following the meeting, lunch was served and cards were played. Mrs. Leonard McGuire received the plate prize with Mrs. Bernard Streit and Mrs. Wm. McGuire receiving high and second high prize In 500. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and Joey, Burt, were given a housewarmlng by relatives and friends Sunday with a pot-luck supper at their farm home. The honorees were presented groceries. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kohlhaas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, all from here, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and Ann, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, Janet and Diane spent Mothers Day with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine at Jefferson, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Bob and Jane, spent Sunday with Jim Erpelding, senior at Loras College, Dubuque. Jim, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding will graduate May 30. He will attend summer school at Creighton, Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. Paul Erpelding is convalescing in her borne from injuries received in a fall down the basement stairs in her home Monday. Mrs. John Erpelding, Whittemore, a sister-in-law, spent several days here this week in the Erpelding home. Bride - To - Be Is Lone Rock Guest Of Honor SENECA - Ann Christine Groh, Mankato, bride-elect of Eugene Gardner, was feted at a miscellaneous bridal shower Friday evening at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Guests were registered by the honoree's sister, Janice Groh. Corsages were presented to the honored guest, also her mother, Mrs. Harold Groh of Mankato, the groom- elect's mother, Mrs. Raymond Gardner, also his grandmother, Mrs. Henry McGregor, an aunt, Mrs. Lucille DeVary, his sister- in-law, Mrs. Virgil Gardner, and the bride's sister, Janice. Mrs. Claude Johnson ann- Cherann Marie Bernau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau, Burt, and Clinton Eden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden, Wesley, were married April 24 in a candle light service at 8 o'clock in the United Presbyterian church at Blue Earth, Minn. Matron of honor was a sister of the bride, Mrs. Roger Boyken, Algona. Bridesmaid was Ardlth Eden, sister of the groom, Minneapolis, and Ann Thoreson, Blue Earth, was flower girl. Douglas Valentine, Truman, Minn., was the ring bearer. Dwight Seaberg, Wesley, was best man and Carroll Asche, Blue Earth, was groomsman. -Ushers were Roger Boyken, Algona, Dewey Valentine, Truman, Mrs. Robert Seefeld, Wesley, was soloist with Herman Wel- housen, Tltonka, accompanist. A reception was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sparks as host and hostess. Mrs. Robert Sloan, Corwith, had the guest book. Betty Ford and Linda Green, Bancroft, and Marcella Jorgenson, Blue Earth, had charge of gifts. Carolyn Gorman and Judy Koehler, Blue Earth served punch. Mrs. Otto Bernau, Emmons, Minn., and Mrs. Dewey Valentine, Truman, Minn., poured. Mrs. Rasmus Pedersen, St. Peter, Minn., and Mrs. Kate Flom, Wesley, cut the cake. Waitresses were Janice Zumach, Florence Dammer, Sue Christiansen, Lynn Sheldon, and Mrs. Carroll Asche, all of Blue wscs Installs AtFenton FF.NTON - The Woman's Society of Christian Service heir! a 1 n'rlock luncheon and pledge service Thursday afternoon In the Fenton Methodist Church at which officers for the romlng year were installed. The new president Is Mrs. Merle Volgi, Mrs. Arlo Ranney is vice-president, Mrs. clar- ence Osborn, recording secretary, and Mrs. Dale Welsbrod, treasurer. Mrs. Volgt named her committees and announced an ex* ecutlve meeting for May 21st. Reports were heard on the conference meeting April 28 at Webster City. Bible school has tentatively been set for June 7-11. It was reported that 49 pounds of clothing was sent from the Fenton church this month for Church World Service mission work around the world. The group voted to pay the expenses for one delegate to attend the School of Missions at Sioux City at the end of June. This will be a Bible course on Acts and a study course of teacher's training. The WSCS Is presenting prayer books to the seven graduating seniors of the church. Circle re-organization will be undertaken at the WSCS meeting next month. Mrs. Volgt presented two long - stemmed American Beauty Roses to the out-going president, Mrs. Lyle Newel, as a thank - you from the WSCS. Carol Shaw of Minneapolis visited In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw, Friday through Sunday. She returned to Minneapolis with the Bob Johnson family who were weekend guests In the home of Mrs. E. J. Frank. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller were the families of their daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Veer and family of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ricklefs and family of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winter and family of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckhart and family of Gary, Indiana. The Eckharts had a longer visit at the Miller home, but left for Indiana on Tuesday. Judy Jolley is spending a short vacation at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley. She will start a summer job in June. The Ladies' Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairvllle, heard Rev. Clifford Bliss give a lesson on "Absolution Without Confession?" at their meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Norman Bollinger was named the local contactor from the Fairvllle Aid to receive Information from the Lutheran Home-Finding Society at Fort Dodge and to report it. It was decided to have a program this year at the close of vacation Bible School, which is to be held mornings of the two weeks from May 31 to June 11. Guests were Mrs. Bennle Berkland and Mrs. Henry Bruhn. Hostesses were Mrs. Ervln Bruhn and Mrs. Howard Bruhn. DIAMOND'S GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE BUFFALO SUPPER "Sam IT, a 1200 buffalo was brought from the buffalo farm east of Nora Springs to Rlce- ville where he was prepared for the third annual Buffalo Dinner TAILORING? WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE. 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They are attending Mankato State College where the bride-elect will be graduated on June 11 with a BS Degree in Nursing and the groom who was graduated from Mankato State in 1964 is presently working on his master's degree in business administration. Hostesses were Mesdames Verl Smith, Elmer Hanisch, Ervin Votteler, Everett Witham, Fred Johannesen, Robert Benzin, Claude Johnson, Clarence Menz, Lewis Breese, Nina Kracht, Russell Kauffman, Leo Crowley and Mrs. Nerem. * * * Mrs. Alfred PetersenandMrs. Olaf Oftedahl attended the School Food Service Association convention held May 1 at Marshalltown. Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve spent last weekend visiting with her daughter and family, the Larry Menz's at Swisher, Iowa. Mrs. Robert Lynch and children spent the weekend at the home of the former's sister and family, the Don Murphy's at Cherokee. The occasion was Kathy Murphy's confirmation. 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