The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 5
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IsJSrideln fen/on Ceremony/ July 31 Fenian *-,j. n a pretty ceremony preformed Suftd&y, July 31, at 3 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church in Fentofl, Judy Jentz be-* came the,bride of Ladell Olson. Judy is the daughter • of • Mrs Helene -Jentz of Fentofi and tht late-Arthur H, Jentz. Ladell is the son of 'Mr and Mrs Paul Olsdri of Blue Earth, Rev. W.- H;- Friearich performed, the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music Was played by Miss Elsie 'Meyer. Soloist was Mrs Victor Meyer of Ottoseri. •The bride, given ,in marriage ,by her brother-m-law, Harold Elmers, was attired in-a beautiful goWn of chantel lace and tulle over nylon net and taffeta. The bodice was fashioned with.a ,'SWeetheart neckline outlined in Sequin adorned lace scallops. The long.lace sleeves ouded in points at the' wrist. The floor length Skirt of chantel lace and ;tulle over a foundation of nylon net -and taffeta was styled in alternating flounces of the scalloped lace and tulle. She wore an elbow cloud veil of white imported English Bridal Illusion attached to a sweetheart crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses Centered with an orchid. Her Only jewelry was pearl earings, a gift of the grooio. Kathryn Alt, friend of tht couple was Maid of Honor and Judy Marlow of fcurt, cousin j of the groom was bridesmaid. ' The groom was attended by his brother, Larry Olson as best- man and Dennis .Long, -brother'(n-law of the. bride, as grooms^ man. Usher's were Earl Jentz. vousin of the bride and Larry Holding, brother-in-law of 'the groom. following, the wedding, a re- .ception was held in the church parlors for 165 guests. .The beau*- tiful decprated refreshment table Was centered With a three tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs -Ed Mitchell, an aunt of the bride. The candelabra, napkins, place cards, and favors at the bridal table were in the .bride's chosen Colors. , Rebecca Householder, friend of the bride, was in charge, of the guest, book. Dining room hostess was Mrs Harold Elmers, • sister of thf bride. Mrs Dennis Long, sister of the bride presided at the coffee service and Faye Han* telman and Barbara Halverson, friends of the bride, at the punch bowl. Mrs Larry Holding sister of the groom, cut ana served the weding cake. In charge of the gifts were Vergene Ntff* land ,_Vickie Eimers, Barbara Priebe, and Janet Mittaa-. Waitress's were Lovalee Brls- Jow of LuVern^ Linda Marlow of Burt, Susan Hantelman, Mary Rossiter, Faye HanteJman, Jackie Priebe, Barbara Halverson, Judy Voigt, Judy Wiener and Judy Juhl of Fenton. They wore white •net aprons accented with orchid bows. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Otto Borchardt, Olaf Norland, Frank Seelcy, Ray Priebe, Wm. DeWall, Larry Alt, Florence Behne, Walt Peril, F. F. Mueller, Lloyd Kern, Art Kressin and Arnold Hantelman. The bride is a graduate of the Sentral High School and is now employed in a drug store • in Minneapolis. The groom is a graduate of Burt High School and is now employed by the Standard Service Co. in Minneapolis where they will make their home, Tamara Jean infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerald Waite was baptized Sunday, July 24, at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Manhattan, Kansas, by the Rev. R. H. Rosenkoetter. Sponsors were the paternal grandparents, Dr and Mrs John Waite Dr. J. R. Waite drove to Man. hattan, Kansas, Friday, July 22, Mrs Waite, Maria and Melanie returned home with him on Monday after spending nearly two weeks in the Jerald Waite home. Newly elected officers of the local organization are 'Harlan Mueller, president; Harold Eimers, vice president; Frank Sculy, secretary and treasurer; and membership chairman, Calvin Vaudt. Serving on the program committee besides the officers • are Mesdames, Victor Struepker Peter Koet>ck, James Meyer and Donald Priebe. BITTEN Marlon Baese, - of Lockridgi was severely bitten by a .large farm dog recently. He was taken tp the hospital where 45 stitches were required lo close the wounds. The child received e deep gash on the cheek and other bites around the eyes. His eyes were not injurva. CACiUS , J. M. Jensen of Rmgsted has patiently tended a cactus for 31 years. Recently, tor the first time it rewarded him for his tender care by producing a beau- bloom. BOTH Mr. and Mrs. Webster Lowry pf LeMars .recently celebrate^ 60th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. fcpwry »re 89 m, ley »re W good health and quife active. , IV Note: Mas Dlnrter Quesla > * Mrs Fetn FOstef Kad'as dinner guests Thursday nonh, Mfs*fithel Qilles, Mfs Clafe Keith, Mrs Mattie McWhorter and Mrs Leora St. John, ' •> 82 Years Young Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning spent Sunday evenirig at Mallard with the letter's mother Mrs Elizabeth Ruppert who was observing her eighty-second birthday. ? Birthday Observed .., Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch artfl Mr and Mrs Duane Riley were guests of Mr ana Mrs William Goetsch last week Monday. The birthday of William Goetsch was being observed! • Company Picnic Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn entertained the ( personnel and families of the' feed company of which the former is manager at a picnic Saturday at the Ambrose Call State park. Father Is 72 Mrs -Don Prieskorn spent last weekend at Fort Dodge with her parents Mr and Mrs J. E. Koll. She Was joined by Mr Prieskorn and Sunday a family picnic was held at Crawford , Park in celebration of the seventy-second birthday of Mr Koll. Attend Wedding . Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison and Mr and Mrs Donald 'Hutchison attended 'the wedding Saturday at Des Moines of Lois Ann Carroll, and Robert Beh. The bride is a niece .of Mrs Donald Hutchison and the bride's brother. John Qarroll a son-in-law of the Theodore Hutchisons. Miss Hedlund Honored ! A miscellaneous shower was given July 21 in St. Thomas Episcopal social rooms "for Pat Hedlund Whose : marriage to John Berninghaus will take place Aug. 21. in the Methodist church'. Twenty-five guests were present and the hostesses were Mrs Kenneth German, Mrs Wendell ,Jergenson, Mrs William Kuhn Sr.. and Mrs William Kunn Jr. Games and contests furnished the amusement and prizes were won by Mrs-Ralph Valentine and Mrs Ednti Mitchell. Shower Honored Seventy guests were in attend' ante at the miscellaneous shower given ifuly 22 in the'' Moose nail for Judy Mittag, whose marriage 16 Jer'ry Cook took place iti Emmetsburg a lew days thereafter. Games wfere played ana refreshments served by the com* mittee. •• i. ...... Birthday Coffee • Mrs Clifford Skogstrom gave a coffee Friday morning hOnCrift^ the birthday of ner mother-in- law, Mrs Harry Skogstrom. Other gwsts were Mrs Ka Hagg, Mrs Geotge Harris, Mrs Roy Hutzel) Mrs Leonard Malueg, Mrs John McGuire and Mrs Emily Ring* genberg. Have Houae Party v Mr . and MfS Don Prieskorn hatfe returned from Leech Lake, Walker, Mihn.,,where they had,a collage, at Bridley's Lodge. The house party included .Mrs Prieskorn's son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs! Robert Koll, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Harold Frld- eresy, Ottosen, and Mr and Mrs. Minor Marsh, t)es Moines. Honor* Friends Mrs J,ames Will gave a coffee Thursday afternoon honoring the birthdays Of, her, 'friends whose anniversaries- fell In June and July. Guests were Mrs Alex Der- mandi .Mrs-; Jack Dutton,, Mrs Russell: ftUtchins/' Mrs • Orlan Ott, Mrs A. L. Rbcmeau, and Mrs Ronald Taylor. ; , * Dean Cook, 5 Mrs Chet Cook gave, a parly Friday^ aflerhoon. July 29, in honor of the fifth birthday of her 'son, Dean.' Guests. wer6 Mary J.o and Judy Brandheis, Debby Munger, Kathy Walker, Steve Loebig, Ames. Mrs Larry, Cook and Judy Ukena assisted with the games and; serving. Debby Han- s6n was unable to be present because of sickness. Family Picnic ' 'Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer are being .yisite'd by Mr and Mrs S. E. Palmer, Glendale, Calif. A family picnic was held Sunday in Ihe Ambrose Call State park. Mrs T. J, Palmer, who is attending Drake summer school, Des Moines, was home Jor the weekend arid Ihe daughler Marilyn of Ames'; was also * home.* Townsend Meejimg Algona Townsend' Club met 'a* the, home of Mrs' P.' W. Hanson Tuesday evening, July 26. Mrs W. A. Ladendorff opened, the session with a prayer. Ila Bilsborough read the* rpinutes. -The next meeting . was slated'. for Tuesday evening, August 9, at Ihe A. M. Anderson home at 301 West State Street. . • ' ' Ciiest Ff6rA HftWWi J ' A family picnic was held last, Week Sunday fit the fairgrounds at which in attendance Were the honor guest Mrs Don Nugeflt, Hawaii, her parents, Mr and Mi's 4. B. Doerning and Herman, Mallard, Mr and Mrs Arnold.Doefh- ing, Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Ronald Doerning, Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Franklin Wagner, Irvington, Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buse- her, Mr and Mrs Ed Miller and Mr and Mrs John .Altmfifl 3t, Following the dinner the group went to the Pat Doernings for the rest of the day. ' • Ledyard Junior Baseball Teams Win5 OH Ledyard — JBud Lloyd has organized two. junior ball clubs this summer, the Pee Wees and the Peanuts. The present records are Peanuts, 3 wins arid 0. losses; Pee Wees 2 Wins and 2 losses. Also, Ledyard Would like to schedule Some games either at home or away. If anyone has an open date" Contact Mr Lloyd. Father 111 '~~~ Mr and Mrs B. E, Gilbertson were called to Albert Lea Saturday by Ihe serious illriess of Mr Gilberlson's father, Adolph Gilbertson.'He had' been -here at the Gilbertson home following surgery Some weeks ago until his' condition became so critical that he was taken back to the hospital. Seriously 111 Mrs Elizabeth Anderson, who has bfcen ill the past two weeks, was taken by ambulance to the Blue Earth hospital Friday. Her" son and his wife, Mr'and Mrs Anlon Anderson, and her daugh- ler, Mrs .-William Behrendt of; Chickgo flew here early Friday' lo be with her. Another son, Elmer of Colorado came by p^ane Sunday evening to see his mol- her. Honored At Showers Mrs Marlha Schroeder, Karen and Barbara, went lo Wellsburg Monday evenirig lo altend a »shower given in Karen's honor al the home of Mr ---.c; Mrs John Hoddjer. Karen taught in Wells- buf'g the past two years and will be living there alter her' marriage tp t Larry Meyer August Y 7. MOST POWERFUL! dmt, (ettwf POWERFUL Big 11/2" horsepower Sunbeam Quality-built motor COMPACT 141/3" in diameter— ONLY 7i/ 2 " high LIGHTWEIGHT Rugged construc- tion yet weighs only 16 Ibs. FREE WHEELING Rolls on largd wheels set in a wide-track design.] Never tips or-catches door sills or rugs. ..-• Sunbeam Turbine Brush (optional) Makes your Sunbeam Dual Deluxe Vacuum Cleaner a powered brush upright. Cleans rugs and carpets with revolving brush thoroughness. 1 TIP-TO* SWITCH Step on it. 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