The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1965
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j4-Ala8no, (lo.) Upptr DM Mein»i Thuridoy, Augutt 2A, 1965 . »* ^%. f £ *f f\t BronimmifflitmtiiiiHimnm Lillr Cillt. \Jlil DifwG Vn/1 AROUND ALGONA \ fitiniiHironinipiinHiTO^^^ Minnesotan On Aug. 8 BY RtfTH SHIERK DR. MELVIN BOURNE has joined his family and is spending this week at Lake Okolxiji. He expects to return to Alpona Sunday. MR. AMD MRS. Kirk Hajes left Tuesday to spend several days in Minneapolis. Thev took their sons Jeffrey and John with them. Billie is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.John Hayes. MR. AND MRS. Randall Shiork and children spent the weekend In Algona visiting Uieir respective parents, Mrs. C. C. Shierk and Mr. and Mrs. nrarty Rovn. They had spent the week in Chicago and Kenosha, Wise. visiting relatives and returned to Minneapolis Sunday. BARBARA AND LINDA Percl- val have spent the summer at Templar Park, Spirit Lake. Linda will leave Friday for Ames, where she will attend Iowa State University. Robert will leave Friday for Annapolis, Maryland, where he will attend the Naval Academy. Barbara will leave Sunday for Tempo, Ariz, where she will attend the State University of Arizona. MR. AND MRS. Bill Carman, Sr. entertained at a barbecue at their home Aug. 15 in honor of their son Bill, Jr., wife and family, Sacramento, Cal. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gar man and family, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carman, Burt. Paul Kearns, brother of Mrs. William Carman, Sr., Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Kearns, Ringsted, were supper guests toe following Monday. MR. AND MRS. John Kohlhaas were hosts at a dinner party at Charlie's Supper Club Monday evening in honor of Dr. John and Dr. Bernice Kohlhaas, Kay, John and Ann, Corpus Christ!, Texas. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas, Dena Kohlhaas, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, Mrs. PhU Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas. MR. AND MRS. James Galbraith, Kathy and Lisa of Des Moines spent last week with Mrs. R. H.Galbraith, mother of James. JOAN BYAM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam, left Sunday to resume teaching kindergarten in Rochester, Minn. DAN ENGESSER, son of Mrs. Imelda Engesser, was graduated from Buena Vista College In Storm Lake Saturday with a bachelor of arts degree. Mrs. Engesser attended the ceremony. She was visited Monday by a nephew, Thomas Dooley, who has recently received his minor orders at Jesuit school in St. Louis. He was on his way to Pine Ridge, So. Dak. where be will teach and do some coaching. MR. AND MRS. J. C. Everds and son Joe spent several days last week at Lake of the Woods in Canada, where they went fishing. MR. AND MRS. Sheridan Cook spent Sunday in Des Moines where they attended the Iowa State Fair. MR. AND MRS. E. N. Ogland and children of Forest City will spend Saturday here visiting Mrs. Ogland's parents, Dr, and Mrs. A. J. Eason. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Robinson recently visited her aunt, Mrs. U. S. Baxter in Ryan and celebrated Mrs. Baxter's 80th birthday. TOM HUTCHISON, son of Mrs. Theo, Hutchison, spent the weekend in Algona visiting relatives and returned to Des Moines Sunday evening. MRS. CONNIE Jergenson and two sons of Aurora, Colo, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman, for two weeks. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merryman have been Mr, and Mrs. Tom Merryman and family of Tacoma, Wash. MR. AND MRS. A. M.Quintard returned Sunday after spending a week at their summer home north of Virginia, Minn. On their return trip, they visited at the summer home of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick, where they also saw Mr, and Mrs. "Dutch" Lor- eaz, guests of the Keneficks. MR. AND MRS. Gary Angle and infant son, Ames, spent tlin weekend at tlie parental Earl Angle home. MR. AND MRS. \VorthHndspoth of St. Benedict attended an alumni banquet, Auc.. 21, at St. Mary's hipli in Marshalltown. The school will Ivmnie a prade school with completion of tho now Bishop Lennihan hidi school this fall. MRS. JOHN KLAUS and children, Mark, lU'th, Michael and Jon, Glemlnra, Calif., an? visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain. MRS. MARY KAIN entertained 25 guests for dinner Monday evening, Aug. 23, in honor of her granddaughter, Mrs. John Klaus, visiting here from Glendora, Calif. Mrs. Kain prepared the dinner, including homemade biscuits and pies - with only the assistance of her granddaughter, Ann Loehacli of Whlttemore. What makes this a bit unusual Is that Mrs. Kain will lie 87 years old on her next birthday. Hardy, Meyer Honored By Bulldog Mates Algona high school baseball coach, Keith Christie, announced Tuesday that senior pitcher, Steve Hardy, has been selected by team members as the captain for the summer season recently completed. In the same balloting, freshman third baseman, Roger Meyer of Whlttemore, was honored as the team's most valuable player. Meyer, in his first year of high school baseball, led the Bulldogs in hitting with a .403 average. Hardy complied a 6-0 pitching mark this year, following a 7-0 record his junior season. The honor of captain caps an excellent athletic career for Hardy,"who lettered in four sports. The double ring service was read by the Dr. J. Richard Palmer, president of Morningside College, Sioux City and the bride's father, the Rev. Roy A. Blesemeyer, pastor of the Lu- Verne Methodist church. Mrs. Allen Biesemeyer of Boulder, Colo., organist rendered a prelude of nuptial music and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Fred Botte, Ankeny, Iowa. The bride was attended by Mrs. Robert Byers of Schleswig, Iowa, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. George Llebsch, Wlnona, Minn., and Mrs. Kenneth Schlmmelpfennlg, Battle Creek, Mich. Best man was Kenneth Schimmelpfennlg of Battle Creek, Mich., and groomsmen were Dale Mulhalland, Rochester, Minn., and David Blesemeyer of Madi- son, Wise. Ring bearer and flower girl were Jeffrey Liebsch and Sheri Liebsch, Wlnona, Minn. Candlelighters and ushers were George Llebsch of Wlnona, Minn., and Allen Blesemeyer of Boulder, Colo. A reception followed in the fellowship rooms of the church with Mrs. Walter Biesemeyer, Independence, Mo., hostess. Cutting and senring cake were Mrs. C. S. Hensl and Miss Mae Biesemeyer. Pouring, Mrs. Homer Biesemeyer, Glen Ellyn, 111., and dipping punch was Miss Emma Erickson. Waitresses were Mrs. Larry Lage, Karen Erlckson, Mrs. David Wilson, Mrs. Carol Steffenson, Mrs. LeRoy Weber and Miss Linda Swanson. The bride has a B, A. degree from Morningside College, Sioux City, and Is a teacher in Battle Creek, Mich. The bridegroom has a B. A. degree from Wlnona State College, Wlnona, Minn., and his master's degree from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Mich. He will teach in Battle Creek, Mich. Area Girl Wins First At State SWEA CITY - the Kossuth County grand champion steer, shown by Diane Uthof of Fenton, placed first in its weight class Saturday at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. The champion shorthorn competed in the 951 to 1,150- pound class. Diane Is the daughter of the Edwin Uthofs of rural Fenton. Her brother Dennis showed Ms Angus steer Friday and it won second place in its weight class. Other area youths showing at the Iowa State Fair Include Petrea Thc/elon, who showed the reserve champion shorthorn at the Kossuth County Fair and placed third In Des Moines; Paul and Thor Thoreson, William Losstrom and Danny Anderson, all of Swea City. All showed in the shorthorn class except Anderson, who competed In the Angus show. Those competing said they noted a marked difference between the county and state fair judging. The county fair Judges gave top ribbons to heavy weight calves while at the state fair the lighter- calves were Judged winners. Christine Grace Blesemeyer, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Blesemeyer of LuVerne, became the bride of John L. Felsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Felsch of St. Charles, Minn., at the LuVerne Methodist church on Sunday, Aug. 8, 1965. SUNFLOWER Vern Hammer has a large collection of sunflower plants at his residence in Union. One stretches up over 13 feet high. Vern did not plant the seeds but the birds did last fall from the seed Vern had put out for the birds to eat. ARTIST John C. Landbuis, Rock Valley retired barber, has taken up full-time his much desired ambition of painting. His home now is an art museum of his many works. Some are copies of many famous artists, familiar world figures and other pictures he just wanted to paint. 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