The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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Elaine Wagner, St. Joe, Bride Of Michigan Man St. Joe — In a pretty wedding Juno 25 in St. Joseph's Catholic church, ElMino Wagner, daufihter. of Mr and Mrs Orvillc Wapnor hoc-amp the bride of Robert Anderson, son of Mrs Robert Anderson of Belnoont, Mich. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. The young people's choir snng with Betty W-ifiner, organist. Acolytes were Virgil Wrigner and Thomas Wagner. William Anderson and Gerald Reding were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white floor length gown of Chnn- tilly lace with a flowing ruffled train. The fitted bodice with long sleeves and ,1 Queen Anne collar with scalloped neckline was trimmed with sequins. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion was held in place with a Swedish crown and she carried an arm bouquet of red roses. The bride's attendants were Judy Wagner and Isabel! Anderson and Sandra Wagner was flower girl. The groom's attendants were John Anderson and Donald Wagner. A wedding dinner was held at the Plantation bujlroom with reception in the afternoon. Mrs John B. Reding poured with LaRocca and Elizabeth Ney cutting the cake. The bride and groom arc spending a short wedding trip through Minn., after which they will be in Milwaukee, Wis., where they are employed. Have Barbecue St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club held their annual Club tour June 29, followed by the annual family picnic, held at the Raymond Koh- Ihaas home. Twenty-five barbecued chickens with all the extras were served to 71 4-H members and guests. A 4-H committee, with the able assistance of Mr and Mrs Edwin C. Thilges. barbecued the chicken. Has Surgery Mrs Peter Kirsch is t convalescing at her home following recent surgery in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Math Kirsch is a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Visitor From France Rev. Louis Bormann from Metz, visiting here with relatives and friends. He is a cousin of the Bormann and plans Wesley Girl Recent Bride E. J. Galos. Mary Lou Gales returned home with her brother and family after spending several weeks in their home. son of Mr and and Allan Bec- and Mrs' Peter nl Kansas City. July here W'th Fair- he re Wesley — Ila Oslercamp, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Ostercamp, became the bride of Ronald Wayne Nielson, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Nielson of Britt, June 10 at 7:'30 p.m., at the Evangelical Free church, Britt. Rev. E. V. Slrccd performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Marie Hiscocks served as matron of honor, Joyce Ostercamp Was bridesmaid, Susan Weiland and Denise Ostercamp were flower girls. Gary Oslercamp was ring bearer. James Nielson was best man and Roger Nielson, groomsman. Dale Nielson and Herman Osier- camp served as ushers and candle lighters. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the chlurch parlors for a large group of relatives and friends. T.he bride is a graduate of Britt high school and was employed at the'First National Bank in Britt. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the Britt high school and attended Iowa Stale University at Ames in Ihe civil engineering department (UDM Engraving). George Bert' 1 . Mrs John Bi-rte ker. son of Mi- Becker, students rpent the 4th of home folks. Rev. Frank IIIg and Mrs Nam- einers and Pearl of Of.d"n were visitors here with relatives Sunday. Mr and Mrs Joe ll'k of bault. Minn, wen! visitors with relatives. Alice Sue Boimarm. student at Iowa State U., Ames spent the weekend here with her parents Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and other relatives and friends. Mrs E. J. Gales entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ray Gales as a guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs William B. Dcvine. Mrs Tony Becker and Mrs John Thul. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and family entertained at their home on Wednesday evening to^ a barbecue chicken supncr with' Dr. Isaac Schoet from Bode. Mr and Mrs Joel Reding and Gary Friders from here 1 attending. Wanda Worster Of Ottosen To Wed Sept. 4 OMosen — Mr an'! Mrs Laurel Wcrsler annmnui' ihc engagement, and appr<Mrhii]L> .nuirnage Sept. 4 -if tin ii- (l,n;j:|,n-r. Wanda Lee to Myr"n X HM-. M>II of Mr •ind Mrs KlnuT ;\'.i<\r ,,( Brad- gale. W.M.F. Mcr-iinr} Lutheran W.M.F. nvt Thursday afti niuon v.iih Mrs Bertha Jncobsuii ;ind Mi -• Juhn Vinaas as hoslesscs. IVvntions were given by Hi v. Han.Id Mountain. Debbie ONuii. Bonnie. Mienda, Patty and Carrie Jarohsnn and Holly Thompson, \vlio are in (he Hnclcn.;,ii ten class at Bible school, san;; several songs and gave irritation.-;. Mrs Bertha Jaeobsnn \va.s (heir (earlier. Mrs Loren Daniel, crnnde roll secretary, Rave promotions froin tlu- nursery to the primary class to Pally Jaeobson anrl • Marsha Kinscth. A skit entitled "Molly" was pr' sctitrrl lr> show what Ihr cradle roll is. Takinu part were Mrs Earl Olson, Mrs Melvm Holt. Louis Jacobson. Mrs and Mrs Merle Diamond Skinned The efforts of four area men paid off wi(h an improved playing surface at the high school baseball diamond at the fairgrounds, recently. According to Coaf,h Keith Christie, Corwin Pier and Bill Naylor turned in .several hours of manual labor, while a tractor, borrowed from Dale Cole and a grader, loaned by Reding Sand and Gravel, were used to skin the infield. Tuesday, July 12, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«t M«ln««-S ICE Everett Nelson of Newell recently discovered a chunk of ice about 10 inches the roof of hi<; from the sky. Tl was not round, projections on it. in diameter on store that fell e chunk of ice .nil had jag;;* d DITCH A pick-up truck loaded with gravel and driven by Wayne Bowman of Osage recently fell into a S'",VT ditch weakened by rain. Bowman was preparing to flump a lo.icl of gravel in'o the ditch when the ground by tne odRp of the ditch gave wny unAcr tin weight of the truck. Otic wheel went down into Hie ditch leaving the trurk nt a 45 degree annle from the street. REUNITED Two brothers who had not ;•'•( n each other for nearly 50 v(,ir.; were re.unit.ecl recently in l{nck Knpids. William Van CToor of ll»-k 'fJapids left, the Nether- hiiKls at tlie a«e of 19 to come, to the United Slates. His brother, Henry is now here on a vacation t:'in I'.-oin the N'lherhmds. to spend the month of July here. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Gregory Origer are parents of a son born June 27 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have another son, 2-year- old Nicki. Mr and Mrs John Origer of here arc paternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Ed Lampe of Albert City are maternal grandparents. Mrs Joe Sinnwell was guest Thursday at the home of Mrs Orville Wagner when she entertained club. Mrs. Ed Bormann received high prize, Mrs Adeline Wagner, second high, and Mrs Ralph Reding travel. Mr and Mrs Leonard Stess- mann, Sister M. Philistine -ol; Earling and Rev. Gerald Stcss- mann from Granger were visitors here in the home of Mr and Mrs John Bormann and family Wednesday. Carol Erpelding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding, spent the month of June here with home folks from St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ed Mosser and family from' Oklahoma are visiting here with relatives and friends. Mrs Mosser is the former Martha Thilges. Mr Mosser is a brother of Mrs Charles Thilges and a half-brother of Mike Hofer, all from here. Mr and Mrs Roney Thilges, Tracy, Minn., George Zeller, Watertown, Minn., and Mrs Mary Haglind, Armstrong, left Tuesday for their homes after a visit here with relatives and friends. Sheryl Reding R. N. from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City, is spending from Tuesday evening till Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and family. Mr and Mrs- Roman Gales and daughters from Sycamore, 111. arc spending tlieir Vacation"'herewith relatives and friends. Roman is the son of Mr and Mrs ACCIDENT Seventeen year old Sharon Wilson of Manchester suffered a fractured pelvis and internal injuries recently when she fell under the wheels of a hay rack. A tractor was pulling two hay racks and the girl fell from the front hay rack under the wheels of the second. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. ENDS (WED.) 'DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP" "THESE THOUSAND HILLS" ENDS THURS. "PORGY AND BESS" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The wildest mobster off fee wild 20'sf Attention Kiddies! ALGONA Special Fun Show ! Sat. Mat. At 2:00 blasting bis way into the faWed city of gold! id The Lost Ci+y Gold" Plus 6 Color Cartoons Kiddies Only 25c DAVIS PAINT HERALD Volume 94367761292 No. 3 July IS, 1960 1 Section, 1 Page, No Good Algona Merchant Goes Insane! "I Can't Stand 'Em! Get 'em outa here ! " —Cries Lunatic As Hauled Away. — By I Say Redikalus No wonder Bob is raving mad. He's waited so long for redikalus days to get here so he could offer you folks prices lil<e you've never seen, that he finally wants to have everything marked down and moved out. In fact, he's beeing saving some of this merchandise for years. But it's every bit as good as when it came in the store in 1910. So come on in and take advantage of this nutty character's low, low prices . . . That once-in-a-lifetime deal. DANTON • KAREN STEELE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY SECOND EXCITING FEATURE SPY RINGS CLASH WITH FIRING SQUAD FURY! CURT JURGENS DAWN ADDAMS HOUSE o IHTR1GUE COLOR EVENINGS: ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 7:40 SUNDAY AMD MONDAY CONTINUOUS 5UN. FROM 1 P. M. THE GREATEST! IT'S ALL ABOUT A CUTE TEEN AND. HER FABULOUS SUMMER WITH THE SURFBOARDERS AT THEY ^^^ ~* ! \ MALIBU BEACH. FIDGET FOR The PLUS - SECOND BSG FEATURE ATOMIC MUTATION OF HUMANS ferw-COLOR by DC LUXE starring .. ALHEDISON-PATRICIA OWENS VINCENT PRICE • HERBERT MARSHALL •**»^-THEfOURPREK CINEMASCOPE EASTMAN COLOR v PLUS "EYES PROM OUTER SPACK" AND CARTOON "STARTS TUESDAY FOR~S DAYS PICTURE CRAFT PAINT - BY - NUMBER SETS Everything Included. Regularly $2.89. Hours of Pastime. $149 Raving Robert Reding Wields Wild Words. SUMMER PAINT SALE CONTINUES Three Dollar Brush given FREE with order of five or more gallons of paint. These are the best paint prices in town. Choose brush from a fine selection of nylon or bristle. Absolute Close-Out On Room Lots Of Wallpaper Paper a large room for as little as $1.50. Free ceiling with roomlet of sidewall at regular price, Beautiful Grain, Unfinished UNFINISHED FURNITURE 3-Drawer Chest 4-Drawer Chest Reg. $19.95 Reg. $23.95 $14.95 r«. $16.95 Fri. A Sat Covered Bake 'N Take ALUMINUM CAKE PANS These Were A Super Special At 79c. Now Only 49 Bi SURE TO REGISTER FOR BEAUTIFUL $12.95 LAZY SUSAN TO BE GIVEN FREE ! I Reding's Davis Paint ASSOCIATE STORE DAVID AND BATHJHEBA OLOR- BY nCHNKOLOR GREGORY PECK SliSAN IIMARI) PLUS - COLOR CARTOON THURSDAY is. BUCK HIT!! I Yes S!r -. . YOUR CAR /IND I A LI ITS OCCUPANTS WILL BE A&MlfTED FOR ONE BUCK , * 1 (A DOLLAR TO YOU) THE INN, THE GUESTS, THE SENSATIONS OF A GREAT BEST-SELLER COME TO BOLD IIFEI CONSTANCE FORD -BEULAHBONW < SECOND EXCITING FEATURE Paul Newman 'ITie Young PMIadelphians' * * ALEXIS sum BRIAN KEITH- DIANE BREWSI& Wfr SUUI MM! UflMH FOR THIS ATTRACTION OfHY ffe * ', -'?" f '' : W^^^ «^^:^ H V]

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