The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 16
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i-Alflona (la.) Upper Pat Moln«» Tuetdgy, June 28, 1960 F/om, Wes/ey, Wed i'lom daughter 'of Mr arid -Mrs Erling, F16m, : :t)ecame : the; brfde; of Wayne Lybarger,";son of,' Mr. and 'Mrs Clarence Lybarger' '*of Coffeeville, Kan. :June;4 at Washington Parkf'Methodist church in Denve/, C6161 Rev."Richard Halbert solemnized the ;double-ring ceremony. •: , ! . ; ' Given in marriage by her father, the bride (-wore a ballerina length gown of silk taffeta with a square neckline • and . bodice of white chantilly ; lace. . 'Her short 'illusion veil was .attached to a crown ,of pearls. She carried a white .orchid- as a bridal bouquet. r ,-.••'... - ' The bride's* attendant was Minda Roberts arid' the groom's attendant was Richard McBee. Ushers were James Hasson and Roger Flom. • ' : The hew -Mrs Lybarger is a graduate of Wesley high : school. Methodist school of nursing, Des Moines; and attended the State University of iowa. She is presently .' employed at Children's hospital in Denver and is attending the University of Denver where she is a member of Sigma Kappa, social soi-onty. Her husband attended Field' Kindly high school in Coffeeville and, Kansas State. College where he was af- ; filiated With Sigma Phi.Epsilom social-'fraternity. He is presently stationed with the Air Force at Lowry Field, Denver. Following a reception at the couple's riew home they left for a ^wedding trip • to southern .Colorado. Mr and Mrs Flom and Roger attended ' the wedding. (UDM Engraving) PET Dick Hopkins of Cedar Falls has an unusual pet that was shipped to nim from. South America. It is a baby alligator that eats ground "beef and minnows and lives in a cardboard box which contains a pan of water big enough'for him to get into. The box is heated at.night with an electric light bulb since alligators must be kept at temperatures tfrom 70 to 90 degrees. Lots of parents would-have a car if the kids didn't have driv-. ers licenses. »AS A TEENAGE GUY... I know milk's a double-header! It tastes terrific, has the nourishment I need for fitness, pep, energy!" CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES Daily Deliveries In Algona Phone 8-3361 Whittemore, Iowa Slake Funeral Homes Homes At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled Portland Twp. By M«, Vltfor Pitch Mr and Mrs .Richard Rasmussen of Fairmont were overnight guests at the Lloyd Bartlett home Saturday. Lee Danner of Lyle, Minn, spent last week at the Bartlett home. " •'•.,... Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and (Sernice were Thursday evening .visitors at the Leva.nt Moore home. Mr and Mrs Clifford Voting spent Sunday at -Clear Lake. They Were taken to dinner, along with Mr and. Mrs Victor Young. VIr and Mrs Bob Young and ciry by Grandma and Grandpa tfoung. This was to celebrate Grandma and Grandpa Young's 03rd wedding anniversary, the Victor Young's 36th anniversary and the Clifford' Young's 32nd anniversary. ... ; Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase attended a picnic at the.Chris Haase home Sunday, in honor' of Diane Moore's and Leona Haase's birthdays and also Father's Day. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Emil H.aack and boys of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase.and girls of ..Hurt. Mrs Marlyn Bartlett and Mr and Mrs Melvin Larsen were Sunday evening supper guests at the Floyd Bartlett home. Ellen Stewart and Russell Henry of Lanark, 111. came home from Iowa 'City to spend the week with Ellen's parents, Mr md Mrs Roscoe Stewart. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and ^ancy of Lime Springs called at the Levant Moore home, Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Lee Danner were Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Hansen home, Swea City. Dennis Hansen came home with them to spend a few days. - . . About 15 ladies' of Portland and nearby attended a party at the Jesse Harms home Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene. and Judy visited, in the Clifford Young home Monday evening. Mrs Edmund Larsen attended the shower' Monday afternoon for Ann Lichter, Burt. Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson visited in the Edmund Larsen home, Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Leo 'Clark of Britt spent three days visiting at the Ray Fitch home. Beverly Larsen spent Tuesday night with Donna Teeter at Algona. Friends and relatives of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy say she is getting along fine, but that sfjg will'have to remain in the hospital most of the week. : Dinner guests, Father's Day at the Harold Becker home were Mrs Edith Trenary and Duard and Mrs Merle Hagedorn and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Becker and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary a'nd Doyle and Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker went to Swea City Monday evening, where they visited Mr and Mrs Duard Perdue and family. Mrs Lawrence Govern drove hert two sisters to Sunnyvale. Calif. They spent two weeks visiting at the home of her brother, Mr John Murphy. The family including Frank J. Murphy of Des Moines, Mrs Lawrence Gov- rn of Titonka. Sister Mary Eu- ^harista. C.N.M. of Ottumwa. John J. Murphy. Sunnyvale, al. and F. C. Josenh Murphy, Ft. Jalon, Cul., held a family re- inion, the first in eighteen years. it the home of Mr and Mrs John ilnrnhy. Sister Mary Sheila and Sister vTary Eucharista were recent overnight visitors at the Govern mine. Mr and Mrs Fred Srhmidt sitod the Lawrence and Vin- nt Govern homo last week. The Canrcr drive in Portland Twn. netted $113. Mrs Frank Decker was Twp. chairman. Mrs Lawrence Govern visitei* he Hubert Govern family at Ledvard and the Milton Farrow family at Lnkota last week. Vinoont Govern and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern attended e wfHHine of their nipce, Mrs Gene Nplson formerly Marv El- Farrow, at Sacred Heart church. Lodvard. Mrs George Johnson of Warrenton, Ore. arrived Wednesday night and is visiting at the Ray Fitch home. Fri. - July 1st Andy Doll & Band Sat • .July 2nd Al Noyce & Orch. Sun. - July 3rd. Your No. 1 Dance Band Ralph Maiierie And HU Famous Orch. Mon. • July 4th Midwests' Finest Dance Band Jules Herman And His Fine Dance Qrch. "The tack 6f Wealth ; is easily repaired; but tH«f p6V* erty of the soul is it-repaP* able." ' "\&$X;-- ,'h Lunch Wns set V<5d by the hbstess.' Glenn Kfdrrftan, s0ti*iti<*iaw' of Mr.and M*3>.ftalpH Richards, Seattle, Waih.il fill, had • sUrgery on Ma bacS,W«fMs Had surgery on iM baek;s^^fal tifheS,.in the 'last feW : ,y6aft,"-"jif{et; JHjMfig ,-it some 1 ye&f3/if|j(jit';,',,';''' " :l ' v ' ••^i?<f '," • R'ev. . ahd" Mrs Mafoid Moun tain' arriVed* rfom'e fro* Rdch ester, Mlnnr Tuesday, evenirigi ' - '' ' f/ - ,' ••' • • •, ••+.'-'; '•••• ' ;: '' : •^'I'*'- r '!" ; r'4s?^f"'^^l4* i ''''l • *• ' . ' .».' 'L'. "i,,l^ *l'*L*'" " ; *nH«A'fi«'i'>'rt V ^t'^T«^-*fffl?'™f i .Sunday amncr '^/^^i i!j|%^^S!^tri»- RoV fihocksons were Mr and future is when you re sun in,; Mrs Lowell Shelgfeft. afld;f^ youf P riri * e -_.i;_^v ': • ' ;| ilr ahd--Helmer Shelgfett of wi^--; i;. ••,.; •«• 7i~^Ci^\^ A^W ..^1 ;reii aiiu xaiii- jw*** ^i-...^.. - • . . a$£*^iR8^ W'/ABdetsen bf Humboldt. ; •,-; 1 .-Always%,Bfi > GairefUii;y i ,;-;,, ^:yj| ' ,"" '' ; ,' ' ' " ' 'V / ' . .',..1 T ' ..I ' n •:• ., ^ i ..J- nt "*---- -•.":.! --'-•-• ....'--'--" 1.'I.J. ^iJt-»^. .-"» ji*' """.^ Victor Mature plays '•.thejWtjtie .role in "Hdnnibal," Warne¥-'Bros.- adventure spectacle f limed f in color and .Super-CineSc6fie,i'Com- ing Wednesday- through Saturday at the Algona theatre.. Rita Gam and Gabriele'Ferzetti. .alsc star in'this exciting story of the Carthaginian hero's march across the Alps with an elephant, army. Arthur Franz, is. pictured in his role as .Commander of the U.S. Tiger Shark, an atomic submarine, in Allied Artists', "The Atomic Submarine," starring Franz, Dick Foran and-Brett Halsey in : tjie second feature. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher ;'<' Mrs Annie Leist entertained the-Ladies Rural Club Thursday afternoon. It was a social ai|pr-; noon and the ladies enjoyed' seeing pictures taken of Mrs LeiSt's birthday, shown by her daughter, Mrs Alvin Mclntosh, of Webster City. Other guests were Linda, Jeri and Jan Mclntosh, Mrs'Ered Kampen, Scottie and Beverly and Kathy ; Bratland x : of -th 8 to U Teens Special Bobby Rydell The Tornadoes I Jack Rockuieler & Records | Now you Know! The answer to everyday Insurance- problems* By L. 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