The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1965 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1965
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SPONSOR INFANT Mr, and Mrs. James Will were sponsors August 22 at Sioux City for Michael Eugene, infant adopted son of Mr, and Mrs. Don Price* The rites were held in the Lutheran church and the Will family went there Saturday and remained over the weekend. - o - PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Twllla Bartholomew entertained her bridge club Wednesday, - o- ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund attended the wedding August 21 at Remsen of Sue Ganger and Robert Hodgen. OPEN HOUSE Mr, and Mrs. James Kolp were at Clear Lake recently attending the open house held by Mr, and Mrs. John Vance, former residents at Mason City when they owned the music store there, They now live at Wilmington, Del. * o * RELATIVE WEDS Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Lewis and guests, Mr, and Mrs. James C, Mitts, Jr., and children of Baton Rouge, La,, attended the wedding August 12 of Sally Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. 0. Smith, and Gene Paul Anderson, Siloam Springs, Ark., at Joplin, Mo. Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Mitts and Mrs. Smith are sisters. The three families stopped atMonett, Mo. for a visit with Mrs. A. B. Montgomery, mother of the the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom. The anniversary of Mrs, Chester Schoby was observed. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Pederson and family went to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration for Mr, andMrs. Magnus Larson. * o- TO WEDDING Mr, and Mrs. G, W, Naylor are going to Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Can. to attend the wedding Sept, 6 of Joyce Dletri'ck and Relnold Wagner. They will take their nephew Pat Nelson of Reglna, Can, with them to return him to his parents. The wedding had been postponed due to a death In the family. SHOWER HONOREE Nancy Garman of Burt, bride- to-be of Joseph L. Smith of Algona, was honored Monday even- Ing with a miscellaneous and coin shower In St. Cecelia's hall, Relatives and friends attended. The honoree, her mother and fiancee's mother were presented blue gladiola corsages. A program was presented with Mrs, Raymond Lovstad as mistress of ceremonies, John Lovstad sang two selections; a skit was presented by Mrs. Wm, Garman and Mrs. Raymond Lovstadj a poem was read and a History of the Bride was presented. Following the program, traveling bingo was played and prizes given. Mrs. James Garman and Mrs. Henry Seller were at the guest book. Mrs, Wm. Detrick and June Garman assisted the honoree with the gifts. A luncheon was served by the hostesses. Mrs. John Schneider poured coffee. Hostesses were Mesdames Wm, Garman, Raymond Lovstad, Clifford Lovstad; Ann Garman, Leo Garman, John Schneider, Gerald Garman, Robert Lovstad, Robert Garman, Wm. Erpeldlng, and Emil Lovstad. "Koiinth County'i favorite Newspaper" adopted a son, born June 4, weighing 8 Ibs., 9 oz. He has been named Robert Elmer. Mrs. Maggie Boekelman is improving well after having surgery at Rochester, Minn. Tuesday morning, The Senior ~M~" Y~. F. of Titonka Methodist church were at Clear Lake Planning Retreat, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Fern Dockstader and family have returned to their Thursday, S*pt«hib«r i, 196$ Algona (to.) Upptt DM M*lflft-*i home at Sterling, m. after vacationing for two weeks visiting friends here. Dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs ; Mary Budlong were Mr.andMrs. J. M. Budlong of Hilton Village, Virginia, Edith and Hazel Budlong and Mr, and Mrs. Jay Budlong, Gertie Janssen is visiting relatives at George and Slbley. Mr. and Mri. Peter Yellftktad family, Warren, Mich.,, left Thursday after spending 2 1/2 weeks at the .home of her ptf* ents, the Melford Mitchells. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard and Mollle, Jill and CynthU spent the weekend in Des Moinei viHtlng at the home of her paltnta, the H, K. Drowns, Charlotte Wichtendahl Is Lotts Creek Bride, Aug. 21 - o - women. - o- 500 CLUB Mrs. Arthur Jackman entertained her 500 club Wednesday. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs, Earl Jordon was observed August 24 by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Wetzel and family, and her grandmothers, Mrs. Lydla Wetzel and Mrs. Clara Pompe. - o 87 YEARS YOUNG Relatives and neighborhood friends of Mrs. Elfreda Schaffer observed her eighty-seventh birthday the afternoon of July 17. Mrs. Schaffer makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Elfreda Kilian. The honoree does much fancy work and also ceramics. - o SQUARE DANCE Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall went to Spencer Friday evening to attend the square dancing party at,..the shopping center. AT SHOWER Mrs. Pete Halsrud spent the weekend at Bode with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berge. Saturday evening, she attended a bridal shower for Anna Nielson, whose marriage to Robert Torgerson will take place soon. - o- FAM1LY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter attended a Johnson family reunion last Sunday at Albert Lea, Minn. Seventy-five persons were in attendance. - o- WED 64 YEARS A family observance of the sixty-fourth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven will be held Sunday, Sept. 5. Both are unusually well considering their age. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. John McGuire entertained her birthday club Thursday at Charlotte Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Lotts Creek, and William Lee Orange, son of Mr. andMrs. Melvin -Orange, Belknap, m., Start the term in style with.. Samsonite Silhouette' The luggage that sets the pace for luxury A. B. were married Aug. 21 in 1m- manuel Lutheran church, Creek. Rev. A.E. Vehling performed the ceremony. Soloist was Mary Lou Larson accompanied by Nptma" '-"Jean Reisneiw, *• •••.; The bridal couple is pictured above. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, "Mrs. lArry Strayer, Fort Dodge, as matron of honor. Joan Wichtendahl, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and junior bridesmaid was Carla Jo Strayer, niece of the bride. Larry Strayer was best man, groomsman was Wayne Bollinger, and junior groomsman was Terry Wichtendahl, cousin and brother of the bride. Ushers were Gerald Sprong, Delavan, Minn., and Gary Pijahn, Lotts Creek. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs. Gerald Sprong had the guest book. Dining room hostesses were Mesdames Vic Freyer and Wayne Bellinger, Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Mrs. Harold Morey cut the cake and Mesdames Elmer Pijahn and Walter Bell poured coffee and Mrs. Marvin Bell served punch. Table waitresses were Marlys and Jane Wichtendahl, Connie and Barbara Sprong. 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