The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1960 · Page 4
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(la.) Upptr DM Me-lrtM Tuesday, July 5, 1960 Barbara Bourne Bride Of Omaha Man On July 2 GoorRc Nielsen, Ames, la., Mr Dunne Silliman. Des Moines. (Nels Isaacson foto—UDMEngrav- In a candlelight ceremony at the First Congregational church on Saturday, July 2, at 4 p.m. Barbara Jean, daughter of Dr and Mrs Melvin G. Bourne of Algona, became the bride of David Weston Haggart, son of'Mr and Mrs Virgil .J. Haggart of Omaha, Nebr. Reverend James E. Boyd perfor- mpd the double ring ceremony . The bride wore the wedding gown and veil of her sister, Julia, now Mrs Kirk Hayes of Tokyo, Japan. The gown, candlelight color in peau de-soie taffeta was fashioned in princess style with chapel length train. The bodice of Bruessell lace had a portrait neckline. Her fingertip ve\l attached to a shell of matching silk, re-embroidered with the lace of the gown, was of matching illusion. She carried a bouquet of sweetheart roses and white stephanotis. The maid of honor, Miss Karen Shirley of Algona, and the bride- maids Miss Suzanna Shultz, Sioux Falls, S. D., Miss Jean Vayo, Old Greenwich, Conn, and Mrs. Virgil Haggart, Jr., Omaha, wore identical frocks of mint green •silk organza with matching petal hats and carried trailing arm bouquets of pink carnations. Little Laurie Haggart, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. Attending the bridegroom were Virgil Haggart Jr. of Omaha, brother of the groom, 'as best man and ushers, Charles Fike of Omaha, William Bourne of Algona, Harrison Peddle, Jr. Bronxville, N. Y., William Seymour, Oak Park, 111., and Lt. Fred Eisenhart, Travis Air base, Cal. Mrs. Walter Siemens of Algona played the organ processional and the traditional Mendelssohn Wedding March, for the recession- al. Miss Martha Bishop, a Carleton classmate of the bride, was vocalist. Assisting at the reception held at the Algona Country Club following the ceremony were Mesdames Eugene Murtagh, George Sefrit, D. C. Hutchison, H. W. Miller, Chester Schoby, H. W. Pletch, John Hayes, John Cash, Leo Wolfe, Roscoe MaWdsley, and Mrs V. V. Naudain. Also assisting were Miss Sandra Shumway, Mrs George Nielsen, Ames, Mrs. Mervin Sarchet! of Racine, Wis., Mrs R. R. Cutler University Hts., Ohio and Mrs Arlo Adams, Des Moines. The bride is a June graduate of Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. M/ Haggart was graduated from the School of engineering at Cornell University, and recently received his Masters' Degree from the School of Business at Stanford University. After a wedding 'trip to New York City and Bermuda the.young couple will be at home at San Carlos, Cal. where the bridegroom is employed by the engineering firm of Eitel-McCulJough. Out of town guests included: Mr and Mrs Ralph Haygart, Mr and Mrs R. J. Haggart of St. Paul, Nebr. Mr and Mrs H. W. Peddie I, Miss Gayle Peddie, Mr and Mrs Howard Agee, Mr and Mrs John R. Fike, Mr and Mrs Frank Vigneri, Mr and Mrs Fred Eisenhart, all of Omaha, Nebr. Mr and Mrs H. Peddie Jr., Bronxville, N. Y., Mrs Richard Barnum, Grossepoint, Mich., Mrs R. R. Cutler, University Hts., Ohio, Mr and Mrs M. W. barchet, Mark, Clark, and Julia, Kacine, Wis. ; Mrs Mavis Allen, Laurcns, Mr and Mrs Fred Fre- uerickson, Humboldt, Mr John Osier, Detroit, Mich. Mr and Mrs Hansen, Kanawa, Mr and Mrs Wed June 26 At Burt ;n Fined For Sntoxkafion A Font* m man. Edwin H Lloyd, \\.i.-i l'ini>.l S25 and cost;, in Justice C. M. Ostwinkle's com: thus \vi.-ek loi'owm," a prehmin- j aiy hearing on an intoxication ; Ni^ht. s'pccdors also wound ir ! in Osuvinkle's court: Dennis II Hcliinir. Cancroft, wus fined $18 Jn! n H. Got't;'.. Wesley. $15, anr I'alph R. ,F;u hm', Wintorset. and Jami-ri R. Meeker, St.. Charles, $10 each, on night speeding counts. Lyman J. Heilly, West Bea was bound over to district court i n i ax.i' o\'ci load c;iar:_e anr 1 N.I $2i.. r >0 on a charj'.e of over- nd on r«. ','istration; M. W. Seir. Ah',<>:ia, paid $11. overload on registration; John P. Merlz West. Bend, S5, failing to yieU the right-of-way; and Darolr Simmons.. Algona. vv;;s fined Sir (o"> .-uKpeinled) fur no valid re !.;::;() ation in other actions. Resignation To Stand Despite Council's Vote Algona's city council voted, by a 4-0 margin, to not accept the resignation of Roger Hanson, city supt. of public improvement, during its meeting at the city hall Wednesday night. It was reliably reported the following day, however, that, Hanson's resignation is final as turned in preceding the meeting and that the city may hire a new man for the position in the future. Hanson's resignation will become effective Aug. 1. Councilman - at - large Ken Peirce offered the motion for non-acceptance of the resignation and Councilman Jim Whittemore seconded it. It passed unanimously, although two councilmen, Engaged To Wtd Mr. and Mrs. John J. Welp, Bancroft, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Jo Ann Marilyn, to Paul F Anliker, son of Noah Anliker Bradgate. Miss Welp is a graduate of St. John's Catholic higl school, Bancroft, and Mankatc, Comrrtercial college. Anliker U a graduate of West Bend high school, and he has since been employed at a department store- there. The wedding is planned for Aug. 20, and the couple will make their home at West Bend. Benefit Card Party Members of the Past Grand Regents' Club of the C.D.A. of Algona, were hostesses at a benefit card party, Monday evening, June 27, at Van's Cafe. Dessert was served, after which bridge and five hundred were played. Prizes were given to Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom and, Mrs. Gene Faulstich, for Bridge and to Mrs. Wm. Dodds and Mrs. Alfred Semom for fi\«c hundred. Mrs. Earl Sheppard won the door prize. Visitor of the evening was Mrs. V. V. Shott of Carlsbnd, New Mexico. She was honored with a birthday party. The next meeting is Tuesday evening, July 12 at the Wilbur Holdrcn home at 220 East ISlm Street. Spcciti! game prizes went to Mrs. Shott and Mrs. Carney. Mrs. Cook Hostess Mrs. Russell Cook entertained her bridge glub last week Wednesday afternoon. Beverly Larson, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Larson, became the bride of John F. Thompson, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jghn R. Thompson V"/r a d °uble ring ceremony performed by Rev. Fred Samek at the Methodist church June 26. rr'n Aflcrma s h° rt wedding trip west the couple will be at home at the Hilkrest Trailer Court, Algona. " (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) Mrs. Bcechcr Lane was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. Peter J. Haag, West Bend, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Adele, shown above, to Mi. Lowell Shimon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shimon, Pocahontas The wedding will take place Sept. 10 at St. Michael's Catholic cliUrch, Whittemore. (UDM Engraving). PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittamore, Iowa Townsend Club Meets Algona Townsend Club met at the T. J. Fisher home June 28. Sunday, July 10 i Ray Lewis 1 Sunday, July 17 j Don Hoy | ^^^•••^^•••^^••B =5 Wednesday, July 20 | 'Come as you are nite"| Frank Buhr j •••M^MMMBMiM^W SS £E , No Advance B Booth Reservations 1 Door* Ope.i at 8:30 = Q NY A- j u p P.&R Margaret Elenz To Wed, St. Joe Mother Honored Mrs. Perry Collins entertained at a coffee Friday morning honoring her mother Mrs. Edith Fritz, Menlo, and Mrs. Robert McDougall, Menasha, Wis. Others in attendance were Mrs. Ed Hagg, Mrs. Hugh Black, Mrs. Roy Hutzell, Mrs. Floyd Hutzell, Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, Mrs. W C. McDougall, Mrs. John Hayes and Mrs. Joe Tschetter. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins and the latter's mother Mrs. Edith Fritz, of Menlo drove to Oscela, Wis., Friday to attend the wedding Saturday of June Stewart and Verle Fritz, of Grand Junction. The bridegroom is a nephew of Mrs. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Fritz attended the wedding the previous week of a niece Rosalie Fritz to Frank Amos, New York, at Greenfield. , Family Reunion Mr and Mrs. Ben Potter went to Britt Sunday to attend a reunion of Mrs. Poter's family, the Clarks. Among those from the greatest distance were Mrs. George Johnson, Warrenton, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Clark. Woburn, Mass Mr and Mrs Lawrence Elenz, Alta Vista, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Efenx, shown here, Algona to Florian Faber, son of Mrs Matt Faber of St. Joe. The wedding will be hold July 14 at 10 a.m. in St. Joeseph's Catholic church at St. Joe. (UDM Engraving) Janet Cole, 8 Mrs. Russell Cole gave a party June 30, honoring the eighth birthday of her daughter, Janet. Guests were Karen Baker, Kay Bradford, Cindy Hanson, Zelda Meehlhause, Elaine Orton, Marcia Peterson and Jean Whipole Out-of-town guests were Kathy Bolie, Mallard, and Sharon Ro,- gers, Eagle Grove. 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