The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, July 12, 1960
Page 12
Start Free Trial

\< V 1 ft*') U PP»f PM Molrm TuftsHny, July 12, 1960 Ann Lichter, Burt, Weds Tn a nuptial mass at 9 a.m. a St. Cecelia's Catholic church July 2, Ann Elizabeth Lichter Burt, was united in marriage with Jerald^Dale Carman, Algona. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the ceremony. Cathy Pohl, St. Paul, was organist and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, soloist. The. bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter, Burt. Mr. Carman's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William R. Carman, Algona. Given in marriage - by her father, the bride wore a gown of pure silk organza, fashioned with a basque bodice with a pointed waistline. A double fold of organza edged the brief sleeves. Appliqued floral motifs were embroidered on the sleeves, framed the scalloped sweetheart neckline and accented the voluminous skirt with a free chapel train. Her veil of silk illusion was attached to a princess crown, highlighted with pearls. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister, Lois. Bridesmaids were Mary Kay Mulcahy and Kay Mesz. Donald Carman served his brother as best man. Groomsmen .were William Carman, Jr. and Larry Manus. Donald Reibhoff. Jack Briner and Duane Gross were ushers. Acolytes were Donald Berry and James Raney.. Following the ceremony a dinner and reception were held at the K of C Hall for 200 guests Mrs. Ora Lichter and Mrs. Cleo Kcarns poured and Mrs. Beverly Boles cut the cake. Guests were registered by Marilyn Enright and gifts arranged by Mrs. Amy Carman, Mrs. Beverly Garman and Rachel Berry.' The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and the College of St. Catherine, St., Paul. She has a B.S. degree in nursing. Mr. Carman, also a Burt high school graduate, attended Iowa Stale University, Ames, and Upper Iowa University, Fayettc. Following a wedding trip to Wisconsin the couple will be at home in Corpus Christi, Texas. (Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving). BURNED Harold Tjaden of Lake View suffered first and second degree burns recently as he was shutting off the gas from a truck and t became ignited with the flames hitting his face and head. ACCIDENT Four year old Leland Kolsrud of near Lansing was killed re cently when he fell off a draw jar on a trailer being used t haul hay and the trailer whee passed over, his head. S^A mi v-cla £#| fl' Wtt-S §&'•' m^^ •'-*£* » ...- IV'*'* &fl •' •; • ('• •.:»» * Discovered in 1934 in a diamond mine of South Pretoria, So. Africa, rhe 'Jonker' was one of the notable diamond finds of recent years and caused a 'sensation' in the thirties. It weighed 726 carats in the rough. Twelve handsome individual diamonds were cut from the original Jonker. Of the six tons of diamonds currently being produced in the world each year, only one ton is of value to jewelers. The rest are used in industry to cut, polish, drill. Several Family Reunions Held, LuVerne Area LuVerne — Weekend guests in the George Studer home wore hi.- brother Mr inn) Mrs Henry Studer. Hoek Island. Ill They r.'imc to aflend the n<.rwr.-il<T family reunion ;it the Academy in \Vhittenioiv Simrl.iy with 82 -ittendin.;:. Mrs Helen Studer thi ir mother of Cnrwith accompanied them to (he reunion. Mr:« Henry Sluder st;iyerl in West Rend to visit her' mother, Mrs Alice And'Teq.c. July 4. Attend 2 Reunions Mr ;ind Mrs H:iymond Nelson find ( hildren filtended ;i reunion of her f.'tinilv Sunday at her sister. Mr ;md Mrs Russell Cook, .-it I,;ike Okohoji. Motidav they attended ;i reunion of Mr NcU son's family in Otho af the Ivmie of his sister. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Shoopman. 80 Years Young Mr and Mrs Hu^h Shirk entertained the f.miily of Mrs Shirk- Sunday to honor the 80th birthday of her father. Claire Jones. Guests included th<> honoree and Mrs Jones. Mrs D. S. Jones Royal: Mrs 13. A. DcMnr, Larimer. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Chamberlain of Webb. Mi- and Mr* Bentley A. Do Mar family. Charles City and Mr and Mrs Jack McCal, Winnepig, Cannda. Mother Honored A barbecue steak dinner July 4 in the Thees Schnakcnberg home honored the 76th birthday of his mother Mrs Henry Sch- nnkcnberg, Sr., of Irvintjton About 32 relatives and friends enjoyed the courtesy and late- afternoon refreshments. New Arrival Mr and Mrs William Gray of Eagle Grove are parents of a daughter born Wednesday June 29, in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs G/ay, former Nancy Dimleiy is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler, LuVerne. Holiday Break Mrs James Schade, enrolled ii the summer term at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls spent the July 4 weekend will Mr Schade and boys. Hospitalized Frank Moeding, Jr. was re turned to Lutheran hospital a Fort Dodge early Sunday foi mpre medical treatment. He tiac just returned Saturday from ten days at the hospital. . '• , Casper Weiejnjinrl, Orlnnvillo, Minn, came Saturday to visit his nephew and. niece, the Walter F.nsels, LuVcrnc and Adam /,\\eifcls. Kenwick. The Harry Lichtys were in Cl'-ar Lake Saturday lo Monday visit int; their son, 'the I> Has- Lichty's. •Jerry Groh of . Perry visit, d over Hie holiday with his mother and sister, Mrs Marjory Groh and Diane and his grandparents. the John Grohs. Mr and Mrs Elwin Elision and children of DCS Moines visiteri over the 4th with her brother. Mr ;md Mrs Gerald Hamus. Mrs Loren Appen/.elier am! children of Ames vvi re' vjsitor- w;th Jier parents, the Walter "vi^els o\-cr the holiday. Mr and Mrs Glen Kaney were Ji'l.V 4 cullers in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs C O M.'. Clellan. Carol, Daryl and Jerry-Rusher visited their mother Mrs. William Furst. Roeheste.-, Minn . pa.%1 week. Mr and Mrs Milo PatttVson LuVerne, their daughter the Milford McPeak family of Renwiek visited Friday in Rolfe with their daughter and sister the Vernon Curtis Shipman of Fort Dodge came to visit for a week with his sister, the Robert Rushers Charlys Rushei went Monday to Boorie to visit her aunt the Dave Sego family. .Tuly 4 guests In Ihc VefVie Daley < honio were nor mother and sister Mrs R. J. Leigh and Dorothy Leigh of Algona. Mr and Mrs Max Patterson, Rita and Diane visited Saturday to Monday .with her mother Mrs Edna Broadie at Grander and her brothers in DOS Moines and Polk City. Mrs Glen Rraynard is on vacation at her farm home. Mr and Mrs Edward Paine and children of Van -Nuys, Calif visited Friday to Wednesday in the Chester Sill home. Mrs Robert Mittag of Clara City, Minn., and daughters visited a week with her parents. Miami Mrs. Chester Sill and boys. Bonnie Hurlburt, Minneapolis, visited Monday and Tuesday with her uncle, the Raymond Nelson family. Two From Area Attend Teachers Summer Camp Two area girls. Etta Woodcock, Algona, and Virginia Klein, Sexton, fire- among 150 teachers from all parts of Iowa attending the Iowa Teachers Conservation Camp at Springbrook State Park, Guthrie Center. The camp, which features three separate sessions of three weeks each summer, is being held for the eleventh year. Sponsors are the Slate Conservation Commission Iowa State Teachers College and the State Department of Public Instruction. Miss Woodcock and Miss Klein are attending a session Which began June 2fi and clones July Hi. The teachers are taken numerous field trips, led by many of the best conservation experts in the state. They stay in cabins at the state park and are expected to travel some 1.000 miles within the area while' completing the course on conservation. . MUSICIAN George, bryant, a native Osceo- Ian nt 02 still hits n "hiRh, swert note", on his cornet, after f>7 years of a musical career that brought'him fame. He started to play as n boy orl a ten-dollar cotfnet his father bought him and at 15 he was the only Negro in the Osceola town band. BETTER PRINTING fof lew — Upper Dea Moines Pub, Co., ENROLL NOW - YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY 310 W. 4th — Waferloo • New Classes now Forming • Slale Approved Accredited School • Newest and Finest Equipment *™ rs - D< At Young, Director of Teaching Staff When b No Color Tk Best Color? Mature'* own blemishes radi « Internal cleavage^ Ctrboa douds. feathers, •pots, etc^ are frequently found both within end on surface of • Diamond. These flaws can choke • diamond's brilliance, No gem with an* tat these imperfections can be rated as 'flawless.' A truly fine Diamond must have full CLARITY. la die closer • Diamond approaches absolute ab» — of aoi coJoc, ffat freacv itt value, im SHARP'S JEWELRY Registered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA la diamond is forever Holiday visitors with Henry Loerwald were his son, Charles Loerwald and fiance, Mary Lou Garnet of Cedar Falls. They were dinner guests in the Earl John home Saturday evening. Callers Friday afternoon with Mrs Jessie Sanford were her daughter Mrs Irvin McGowan and children and Mrs Sanford's sister-in-law Mrs Gladys Satter, Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Leslie Pechumer eft for the holiday weekend fishing at Leach Lake, Minn. Edward Dehnert went Saturday or a July 4 weekend visit with lis two sisters living in Wis. . Margo Stampka and Nancy iippen, employed in Fort Dodge, pent the July 4 weekend with heir parents, Mr and Mrs John Stampka family and Mrs Cora lippen. Holiday visitors in the Phil C. lenderson home were their •laughter, the Robert Surbys of Waterloo. ' Barry, nine year old son of Vlrs John Selby visited past veek with his aunt, the -Oscar Williams at Bode. Guests Saturday and Sunday of the Henry Kublys were Mr and Mrs Charles Cooper of Redwood City, Calif., and Mr and Mrs Jac Disch of New Glarus, Wis. Mr • and Mrs Jake Hanson, Fresno, Calif, were Friday visitors with their cousins, the Elden Guess family. Mr and Mrs Edward Hof were Sunday guests at a birthday dinner honoring Mr Hof,. of his sister Miss Florence Hof, Fort Dodge. Guests Sunday evening in the Hof home were their daughter, the Harold Trangers. Day Ann and Melody Lynn Knight of DCS Moines were guests of their grandparents, the Elden Guess family. Dale Larimer of Cedar Rapids spent July 4 with his mother Mrs Dean Bowman and Mi- Bowman. Bernard Manchester of Minneapolis was a weekend visitor at the James Mallorys. Mrs Clara Wolf was a July 4 guest of her daughter, the Clarence Jurgensen's, Corwith. The Joe Maddens of Fenton were July 4 ( visitors with their daughter, the James Mallory's. The James Schades visited Sunday in Ayrshire with her mother, Mrs Fred Antoine and sons. Mr and Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann and Bobby of Knoxvillc were holiday visitors with his parents and brother, the Wilson and W. Raymond Leglers. They all enjoyed a day at Clear Lake Sunday. LOW COST LOANS • For Paying Bills ' • For Buying Cars, Etc. • For Any Worthy Purpose • Monthly Payment Plans To Fit Your Budget LOANS & FINANCING TO $5,000.00 SEE PAXSON INS. AGENCY llO'/b N. Dodge - Phone CY 4-4512 AGENT FOR THRIFT PLAN, INC. - Forl Dodge, Iowa (28-30-32-34) (High School Seniors — Enroll Now) CELEBRATING OUR 90th BIRTHDAY With A al Fall Festival of Fashion Bastle Busters Of 1870 At Algeria's Style Center FRI. AND SAT., JULY 15-16 You've never seen anything like it (thank goodness) until you cast your eyes on these sparkling, dazzling spine-tingling new Fall Fashions as revealed in the modern, (1912) ready to wear department of this store. You'll rave, you'll rant, you'll faint (we hope not) when you see what we've dug up for you. Come in to-day and look 'em (and us) over. VIEW OF OUR MODERN EXCLUSIVE READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR THE LATEST - SHOP HPPE THE NAMES OF THE GLAMOROUS1OCAL MODELS ARE W.THHELD FOR SECUR.TY (TO US) REASONS Here's a dress for the demure meditative type. LAST TWO DAYS OF OUR GREATEST JULY SALE IN NINETY YEARS BREAKING ALL RECORDS FOR ATTENDANCE AND ENTHUSIASM FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 15-16 Long sleek and handsome. Lots of fur on this fall's coats- Here's the evidence. Something Smart for the _____________ gill who has nothing — the bean pole figure. Coat made from foxes w «° in the best circles — and con fused the wolves. SEE OUR SALES FORCE DRESSED IN COSTUMES TO SUIT THE OCCASION ONE DAY ONLY - FRIDAY BARGAINS BOTH DAYS ' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL BARGAINS ON OUR SIDEWALK TABLES CHRISCHILLES STORE > ftSfeM. < *

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 12,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free