The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 2
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(la.) Upper Dei Molnei Thurtday, July 1, 1965 Ludwig-Petersen Vows Spoken Here, June 12 Joyce Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig, and Robert L. Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Petersen, Sr., were married at 11 o'clock, on June 12 in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating in the double ring ceremony. She was escorted by her father and attended by Mrs. Ardon Doocyj^Whitteniore, as matron of honors-Mrs. Russel Canaday and Marl{ne Henderson were bridesmaids. LuVerne Wiskus was best man and groomsmen were Jerry Petersen, Clear Lake, and Joe Cunningham, Burt. Vicky Lynn Petersen was flower girl and Steven Petersen was the ring bearer. Ushers were Rlchajxi Peterson and David Ludwig. Organist wtes Kathleen Griffin. A reception was held in the VFW~ hall between 2 and 4 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Johnson were hosts. Mrs. Bob Bonnett poured and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer cut the cake. Janice Patterson, Judy Thompson, and Toni Tucker opened gifts. Out of town guests were from Dakota City, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Clear Lake, Britt, and Minneapolis, Minn. The bride graduated from AHS earlier this month. They are living at Irvington where he is employed with Jim Camp. io Foto) 5-GENERATIONS Mrs. A. D. Flockhart, Stanwood, great-great grandmother of Bryan Lee Goings, born May 2G at Davenport, are the oldest and youngest in this five-generation Iowa family. Roy Flock* hart the great-grandfather, Mrs. Coy Kelley, the grandmother and her daughter, Mrs. Gary Goings were altogether for a family portrait picture taking last month. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Schafer ajid little daughter vacationed a few (lavs at Okobnji and wore joined Sunday liy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rn.irk and Edith. Mr. Ruark has Ixpcn inTnnia for some time on business. MRS. KATHERINE McMurray is still at St. Ann hospital lull hopes to l>e dismissed soon. A COFFEE PARTY was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Larry Reefer, guests lx;liiK Mrs. D. A. Grant, Mrs. Don Minard, Linda McVay and Mrs. Richard Fellin now of Emmetsburg. The gathering was in the nature of a honor to Mrs. Fellin. MR. AND MRS. Merle Conrad spent the weekend at Murray with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sttitxinan. MR. AND MRS. Ed Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crawford of New Berlin, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Rolrert Knox, White Lakes, Minn., were among those who attended a family reunion last Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. James Barrett's at Mooreland. MR. AND MRS. Jim Wychor and family spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson enroute home from a company trip in the west. They live at Worthington, Minn, where Jim is manager of the radio station KWDA. He was manager at KLGA Algona several years ago. MR. AND MRS.DarlowRogert, Rod and Randy, spent the weekend at Blair, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogert and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jensen. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Besch had as weekend guests the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Oberhelman, Grand Forks, N. D. MR. AND MRS. James Utt have been visited by the latter's father, Albert Psotka of Duncan.- Mrs. Psotka is an invalid and a resident of a rest home at Garner. MRS. PEGGY Pilcher is at Burlington where her son, Jerry, 19, is hospitalized with a strep GRADE-A PASTEURIZED Homogenized MILK In ... Disposable Plastic Jug Gallons CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES THE WISE SHOPPER WILL LOOK FOR THIS NEWEST OF MILK PACKAGES AT HIS FAVORITE STORE. • No deposit — no return 9 Handle vent for easy pouring 0 No leakage — easy to carry CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES virus. He had been working with an electric company at Wapello and !>eeame sick there, but waited a week !x?fore going to Burlington. The virus is confined mostly in tils mouth and throat. He is a grandson of Mrs. R. A.Johnston. MR. AND MRS. Gary Everist arc going to Lake Reno, Minn. July G for a vacation of a few days. DALE KLEINGARTNER recently took Ids wife and children, Vickie, Mitchell and Kim to Cooperstowii, N. D., where they visited his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, E. Bakken. He returned home and the family remained for a longer visit, also going to Fargo, N. D. to visit with various relatives of Mr. Kleingartiier. The Kleingartners plan to spend the July 4 weekend at Mankato with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kleingartner. MRS. DAVID KING has had as guests her daughter, Mrs. Victor H. Folkers, Dale, Karen and Linda, Marion, her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mohling and Clifford, Hartford, Conn., and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Simmons, Cedar Falls. NORMAN PINGEL, resident at the Good Samaritan Rest Home had as callers June 22 William Messerly and Grace Johnson, Duncombe, Mat Johnson and Esther Hoover, Ft. Dodge, and Ruth Gangstead, Badger. MR. AND MRS. DonaldChrlst- ensen have been visited by their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Larry Chrlstensen of Marshalltown. She also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt at Ruthven. Larry, who is with the Firestone Co., has been promoted and transferred to Davenport. His family will join him there July 1 and have rented a home at Bettendorf, a few miles from Davenport. i MR. AND MRS. Robert Sandt is here from Santa Ana, Calif, visiting; her mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen. She will also spend some time at Whittemore with her husband's family. Swea City And Armstrong Girl Wed June 11 SWEA-EAGLE - Edward Picht, son of the Raymond Pichts, and Mary Kay Krumm, daughter of the Dick Krumms, Armstrong, were married Friday evening, June 11, at the Lutheran church at Armstrong. They were read the double ring rites by Rev. Klein, at 8 p.m. The couple was attended by the bride's brother, David Krumm, and the groom's sister, Alice Picht of Minneapolis. Only the immediate families were present. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Krumm, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Picht and family, Mr. andMrs. William Krumm and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly. The groom is employed at Mori-all's garage at Armstrong. Both are graduates of Armstrong high school. Mrs. Picht graduated this spring and he graduated in 19G1. They are at home in Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg of Bancroft were Sunday evening visitors at the Ralph Walker home. Many persons of this area attended funeral services for Sam Butcher at Armstrong last week. Saturday evening guests at the Raymond Picht home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Picht and Joyce of Waverly. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Picht of Shell Rock, Mrs. George Butterfield, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Picht, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly, Alice Picht, Minneapolis. The occasion honored the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Picht. Her niece, Florence Kline and a friend, Mary Henkerson, Santa Ana, Cal., were last Monday visitors at the home of Mrs. Joe Preston, Tuesday evening, the Preston family and the visitors from California celebrated all the June birthdays at Reynolds Park. Family members present were the Roger Lindes, Tom and Jim Preston families, John Kellys, Marvin Boeversand Kenneth Andersons, Estherville, Maynard Jensens, Duane Jensens, Mrs. Preston and Mrs. Traub. Sunday the above mentioned were all guests at the Roger Lindes for a fish fry. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans of Albert Lea, Minn, were visitors one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones at Fairmont, Minn. William Tobin is home after a few weeks at Motley, Minn, where the Tobins have a farm. He reports that due to shorter seasons there, much of the crop still not planted, and many of the roads still impassable. Bonnie O'Green has enrolled for the summer session at Mankato, Minn. She is taking English composition and music literature at Mankato State College. Her roommate is Marvel Nielson of Gibbons, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torino were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Ida Larson at Fairmont, Minn. Other visitors that evening were Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Bilsborough and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Jongberg, Armstrong. Larry Torine was home for the weekend from Camp Ripley, Minn, when he and ten other boys of the Fairmont National Guard were released Friday to Sunday to help with farm work. He had to report back at camp Sunday evening, to be there for another week. Larry has been promoted to private first class. Linda Schoby To Wed Wesley Man, August 28 Boy Scouts Court Of Honor 1$ Held Here Boy Scout troop 70 held court of honor June 19. Camp fire court of honor was held Saturday at 8 p.m. Boys receiving awards were: Mike Moulton, Craig Lemkee, Bruce Johnson, Mike Dailey, Eugene Hunt, David Beisell, Duane Hunt, Jeff Allen, Robert Claude, Jeff Gilmore, Tim Boekelman, Max Laird, Steve Mueller and David Riley. Coffee was served to the parents at the camp site after the court of honor. Troop 70 is sponsored by the Algona Rotary Club. HORSE King C., prize-winning mount, a Morocco, owned by Johnnie Helms walked five or six miles over unfamiliar territory to find his way backfa his old stomping grounds. King, 24 years old, was taken to the Kenneth Crouch farm early in March. The barn which once was King's home has been removed from its spot in Glenwood for a new high school building but the animal found the site after the long trek from his new farm home. 40 YEARS Miss Gertrude Kilmer is retiring this year from a teaching career of 40 years in the Tipton school system, The faculty and students of the school gave Miss Kilmer a plaque and an inscribed watch in a special ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby, Britt, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Linda LaRose to Bernard Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker, of Wesley. They are to be married Aug. 28. She is a senior at Mankato State and he is employed by Smith-Douglas Co. in Albert Lea, Minn. The cotton plant occurs in five distinct species, some of them perennial. The earliest cast iron amulets are recorded from the 6th century B. C. 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