The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 4
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4-Affena (la.) Upper De> Mcine. Tuesday, July 12, 1960 • • ~" "• —-1-T-nuT rt, .H-LJ!" __.„.._ --.-.-. _, -j- Baas-Ludwig Nuptial Vows At Whittemore, July 10th Whiltemorfc — Judy Baas, daughter of Mr and Mrs'Leonard Baas of West Bend, and Donald E. Ludwig of Algona, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Ludwig of West Behd, exchanged wedding vows Sunday afternoon, July 10, at the St. Paul's .Lutheran church in Whittemore. The double ring ceremony took place at 2 o'clock with Rev. Cled Kautsch officiating. The attractive bride was attired in a gown of white Rochelle lace over taffeta. The basque bodice was fashioned with deep points front and back. Her scoop neckline was scalloped and her long sleeves came to points at the wrists. The front of the skirt was of Rochelle lace and ruffles of nylon tulle, and Rochelle lace cascade down the back of the dress. Her fingertip veil of English illusion net was held by a headband of seeded pearls. Her jewelry was a heart shaped necklace of rhinestones and cultured pearls with matching earrings a gift from the bridegroom, and carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and pink carnations. Dana Pettit of Mason City a friend of the bride, was her maid of honor. Mrs Merle Ludwig of Rutland, sister-in-law of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. Diana Baas was her sister's flower girl. Eugene Wallace of Bradgatc, a nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Carl Ludwig of Titonka, brother of the bridegroom, was best- man, and Floyd Baas brother of the bride, was groomsman. Ushers were Leo Ludwig of Mallard, brother of the bridegroom, and Odne Stokka of Cylinder, a cousin of the bride. Rueben Butzke, church organist, played the' processional and recessional nuptial wedding march, and accompanied Loveda Ewoldt, a friend of the bride, who sang. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Plantation dining room for 200 guests. Heidi Sorflaten of Minneapolis, a cousin of the bride was in charge of the guest book. Gretchen Zender, a cousin, and Dorothy Schercr, a friend, of Algona were in charge of the gitts. Mrs Odnc Stokka of Cylinder, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs Walter Ulrich of Grattingcr sister of the bridegroom served. Mrs Mauleen Ludwig of Rodman, and Mrs Mars Pertl of Iowa City poured. Mrs Melvin Schultz and Sandra Ludwig of,West Bend LOANS MADE FOR ^ HOME MODERNIZATION tW\ Improvements Like: A new roof or roof repairs Insulation Siding Painting and Decorating New Heating Equipment Plumbing repairs or improvements Additional Rooms Screens or storm sash Garages Awnings We have a convenient plan io finance home repairs. No co- makers required, no liens filed against property. All loans made through Federal Housing Administration Under Title I. You deal with the contractor or material dealer of your choice. Secure Estimate And Stop In To See Home Federal Sayings & Loan Assn. ALGONA, IOWA 1-2-3-5 Year plans. Also plans for payment suitable to farmers. (28-29) served the punch. ' The bride attended St. Paul's elementary school and graduated with the class of 1959 in the Whitlemore Public School, find presently is employed by Dr. R. O. Dcwi'l in Algona. The bridegroom attended the West Bend public school and served in the army for two years and presently is employed with the Weidc-nhoff Corporation of Algona. Upon their return from a wedding trip lu the Black Hills they A-ill be at home at 221 S. Ridgley St. Algona. JudyRnhmOf St. Benedict Now Sister Of Mercy Judy Rahm Judy Rahm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict, received the habit of Sisters of Mercy at Cedar Rapids June 21. A graduate of LuVerne high school, class of 1959, Miss Rahtn's name in religious life will be Sister Mary Noel. Attending the ceremonies at Cedar Rapids were her parents, Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm, Bill and Mike, Mr and Mrs Robert Arndorfer, Mrs L. H. Holmes, Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm, Mrs John Bierl, Mrs Theresa Jones and Fr. Francis Conway. (UDM Engraving). Ben l$ebrand, Titonka, Dies; Funeral Held Tilonka — Funeral services for Ben Lsobrand, 77, were held at 1 p.m. July 6 in the Blake Fun eral Home, Titonka, and at 1:3( at the Presbyterian church Woden. Rev. Max Goldman o Titonka and Rev. I. F. Hayeng; of Woden officiated. Burial w;i> in Bingham township cemeter with Donald Isebrand, Harvtn Isebrand, Richard Bentley, Dak Cushman, Marvin Johnston anc La Verne Bruc, grandsons, actin} as pallbearers. Ben Isebrand, son of John and Sena Isebrand, was born in Kossuth county May 27, 1883. H ( . grew to manhood on a farm near Titonka. At the age of 20 hr went to Cleves, where he worker' for a year. In 1904 he was united in marriage to Gertie Geerdes of Steamboat Rock, and for a short while they lived there, later moving to a farm near Woden, which was their home until December, 1947 when they retired and moved td Titonka. For several years he was a township trustee, a member of the creamery board and school board. He died July 3 after an illness of two years at the Good Samaritan home at Rockford. Preceding him in death were three daughters, his parents, one brother and'three sisters. Surviving are his wife, Gertie, five sons, Henry of Woden, John, Albert and Clarence of Titonka and Orval of Forest City; three daughters. Mrs Leslie (Anna} Bentley, Pomona, Cal.'. Mrs Herman (Berniece) Tjarks, Titonka and Mrs Lloyd (Grace) Bentley, Mondovi, Wis. Also surviving are three brothers, John and Senus of Titonka and Henry of Woden, two sisters, Mrs Ed Johanna Ites of Bancroft and Mrs Thomas Loats of Titonka, 20 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. To Install New Seneca Pastor Seneca — The Rev. David Ve- gen picture above, will be install- .d as pastor at the Seneca Lutheran church (Blakjer) Sunday afternoon, July 17, at 2 p.m. Rev. Olaf Holen of Ames, Iowa will have charge of the installation service. (UDM engraving). Chat. Barrickman Dies In Calif Charles J. Barrickman, 56, a former resident of Algona, died June 30 in Glendale, Cal., friends a'nd relatives here have been informed. Charles and his wife, the former Frances Nelson, moved tq Glendale in 1942. Prior to that he had worked in the Algona Creamery for many years. Funeral services were held in Peace Chapel of Grandview cemetery in Glendale, and burial was in the same qemetery. Pallbearers were Bernard Hurn, James Payne, Andrew Jasperson, Frank Mathes, Wm. Kellershon and Otto Eggeis. Surviving are his wife, a son Warren Barrickman of Sun Valley, Cal., a daughter, Mrs. Ann Corish, Costa Mesa, Cal., a sister, Mrs. Helen Recker of Des Moih- cs. Mrs. Carrie Bourne of Algona is an aunt, and Dr. Melvin Bourne of Algona is a cousin. Smith Named Foreman, George C. Smith, an employee of the Upper fies Moines Publishing Co. for ,the past 2' a years, has been named plant foreman. Smith, a native of Mason City, is married, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith with their three young, daughters own their own home at ?17 So. Jones St. Leonard Kuehne is a new operator-printer for the Uppei Des Motnes, He is married, with one child, and the fWnily ^yill , move here from fitoone' as sgon, as a place to live can be foupd. Other fulltime plant employees are Jack Purcell afld Ch^stet Armstrong. i C-B-I V«t§ To Meet Men and women who served' in China, Burma and India dtirv ing World War II will hold thetp, 13th annual national reunion ani_< convention this year, in Cedrf, Rapids. Members of the China- Burma-India Veterans Associa- lion, and their families, will meet. August 3 to 6 at Hotel Roosevelfo Oriental costumes will be ip evidence as the CBI veteran* hold their annual "puja parade!' as part of the festivities. Young Democrats The Young Democratic Club of Kossuth County is sponsoring a teen hop at the Algona Country Club, Saturday, July 16, from 8 to 12. Refreshments will be available and the public is invited. Admission is 35c, singles; 50c, couples. 3 Wedding Licenses Three licenses to wed were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to: July 7 — Gerald Weydert, Livermore, and Joan Baas, Whittemore. July 8 — Donald Doocy and Deanna Ditsworth, Bancroft.' July 11 — Florian Faber and Margaret Elenz, Bode. ' Processing Plant, Rondoring Works Hero, Closes The processing plant of the Algona Rendering Works here, owned and operated by the National Bi-Products Co. of De*> Moines, closed the first of this month. The closing of the processing plant resulted in loss ol six jobs, although the parent company has endeavored to place its men in other operating plants insofar as possible. Art Van Zuiden, who has been the manager of the Algona plant. is being transferred to Iowa City where he will manage the company plant there. The firm will continue to operate six trucks out of Algona, but all carcasses will be transferred here to be shipped to Des Moines for processing. Milton Woltz will become the new station foreman here. The company's move is in keeping with a consolidation of operations deemed necessary to meet rising costs. Gone Off His / Rocker! It's just like Whistler's Mother scrubbing floors. Or the squirrels in autumn. This is the nuts, man! Here are buys you won't want to miss — for Redikalus Daze Only what else? . SPORTING GOODS 5O%-75% OFF! -TICLJIIU/* TA/^UJ _r -_^^r/ w • Jr mf ./ w FISHING TACKLE WALL PLAQUES 50% BIG SAVINGS ON Used TV's - Appliances - Small Appliances Sister Passes Mrs Mary A. Murdock, 81, ol Big Piney, Wyo., a sister of Mrs John McEnroe, Algona, died July 4 in Rock Springs hospital. Mrs Murdock was a pioneer school teacher and well-known in political, literary and social circles. Mrs McEnroe and daughter, Patricia, visited with Mrs Murdock shortly before her death and did not attend funeral services July 7. Redikalus Days AT SHILTS BROWNbilt SHOE STORE The Shoe Store That Takes Care Of Your Feet Summer Shoes Air Step Dress Shoes Formerly $14.95 $7*5 Risque & Smartair® Formerly $10.95 Glamour Debs & Robinettes Formerly $7.95 Roblee & Pedwin Formerly $14.95 ALGONA PHONE 4-4371 ALGONA CHIEF BALD IGGLE RIDES AGAIN! to/xi Little Braves and Squaws PARKAS Zip Off Hood .mm Machine Washable *~Mf\f\ 5 Colors, Siies 4-18 jj V W U Com*, U See, Big By No Lay Away Don't Miw Boecher's Outdoor Office. Iff the Most! (To Say Tbt Savings On Every Item In Stock To 10% - 25% - 50% Sidewalk Counters ! Crazy Costumes I FRIDAY ONLY! >••. • Big Braves • SHIRTS No Sleeyes — No P^yum S3. You Pay urn We no kid. We clobber price* with tpmphewk deep. YOU Bet cha. Big Breyet JEANS 10 Q*. 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