The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1960 · Page 11
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Swi?a t Bride Of DonAlderdyce ' Swea Eagle —'Wedding vows We^;eieh|ngad ( by R eta Mae Walker, cMghter of Mr arid Ralph Walker,- Jr., Swea ! aty.^a'n.'d lElhwr; mAiderdyctj i-Fayitte, 'sbn»iol Mrf ; and Mrs Donfild D. Alderdyce-, of Delta, at the, *, IfhnlSrmel L tl t h e r h church, Swea'City, Aug. 2l. Rev. Leroy, Pillman read the double ring ceYembhy. 1 A, program, of nubtjal music was fUrrtish'ea by Mrs. Gregbr Deim, Jariet Walker, Janet Thor- esort and Ftereno: Xylen. Missr Walker, given in mar- Wage by her fa"ther,v chose for her Wedding a floors-length gown of • Ameritan ChantilacS, nylon net, taffeta. |nd; Monet, The bodice Was" fash'ibWd" J With ' modified torso,* deep:;, noints 5 •;&ont and back of'fhe* Wist,- & scalloped, sdopped J)JtecJtllnGi' Jjptlined; in; •rose desigri lace with pearl a'hd {•,5-Se'quin^.tj'irt}^ the long . {fitted , -peeves % $ti«ejl -jin points at • the , ".wffsVaKd^wVre 1 fastened with .Bdtttm arid loop'Closirig. Theifull 'gathered skirt df ttilonet and 1 "lace, .cascaded. tyito a Pace kVm ty-P^K'-PeS,- 1 , 1 "" r f ,• English ' bridal ' ill«sidri ! elboW lenfeth cloud veil was held in place By t a, princes? crown pi all pleat-Is with cryjstalja'nd rhWrl stone trinV'Shg carridd a white Biblfe with peach glads and a cafeeadSVjbf '•majtcnm'g.; satfti; rib- ! bdrf Jahdi carnations.! | :] j. t r.TJie mpidjpffhdrkpr w'qs, ,«tan4t Walker and brides'maids were Rita Barkey, Mrs. Carroll Viland and Barbara fatenzel, : i Flower girls were Dori Jeahhe Walker and Terri Vilana. The bes't man was iJoel Alder'dyce* and groom$men' were Mike 1 Alderdyce, ! Bi;i Ward; and Artefi wete .Richard MM aftd James Van fiverjjMlM JeFif .served as SCifllyW. A i-eceplibh fbr 178 gliefts was held at tHe social hill iftlhiedia* tely following the fcefemOtiy. Mrs Kenneth filliot had chafge of the guest bowk, Mrs* Qafy tfor- ho«es, Aleta Jefthfft, MfS; Richard Whitney arM Helen Bauer had charge ft! the gifts. Mrs. Ed Peterson and Barbara Keith served purtdn. Mrs. Martin Dahl and Mrs. Jack Lahyic cut and served the cake* t^earl Dam and Mrs. J6el Alderdyce presided at the coffee service. v Host and hctetess oi' the reception Were Mr anu Airs Miltbh Peterson, dining room hostess was Mrs. Albert Swanson and waitresses Wfefe *irs. Robert Jor- gensort, Karen Sharon Pattei'soii, and Darlene Betty Clark Mrs. Alderdyce is* "& graduate of the Swea City high school, and a student at Uppfef Iowa University. Mr. AlKer,dyce Is a graduate 6f Lyons towhsh'ip high school, served in the navy 4 years, attended Upper Iowa tr. and is admissi6n ' cbtftiselbr :' for p'Ublic'.reia'tibiis' at .Uppe'r' Iowa. After a short wedding trip, 'the coupfe Will be allHome 1 at Fayette. •' ' ' ' ' '•' ' OrrSttaday, Aug. 21, the couple s/ honored at an open house In their- Konie' fil Burt Mr arid Mrs firvift £erdeli are parents of a baby daughtef bbrh tb'them at St. Afth hospital Aug. 19. , Mr. and Mrs Gene .Larson are parents of a bafey girl born to them Aug. ID. f he little miss who has been named Starr Maine and has a brother, Mike to welcome her to her hbmfe. • ! ....'..- : . Sandra Lorsiad. 5 v . Sandra Lovstad celebrated her 6th-bifthday- Au|. 23 by enter- It), llltii frien by er ids at her Is 11 Wed August 8 •*. ^ » 'i • 1 S. i '• i ^^ l- . 1 .t erh 5 v ''*r i, ,'• iM , • — MrsfEsther' Hienzmjih, ddgeJb&aine fee, bride of Shipler in a double 'ring cerehiony performed Aug. 8; at the Little i Brown chutch) Nashua. l ,Th"<br.ide was attired in a : teal blue street length dress. Het attendant was-.Mrs Ray Ra-y'Westling 'attended as best man. Westlirtg. the groom Family ; Style Chicken Supper GHl)RtH m AT $l3plP. AA. SWEDISH BROWNED BEANS CABBAGE SALAD - \- r . , , ;. .ASSORIJEP^IES .;.,;. COFJFEE OR MILK r ADMISSION:; ADULTS, ^ $1.,00 CHILDREN (12)andfun^f) >4-; 50c' Si i. ... , ;.,.,;:;,,./ j..^ l j ,, !.. ,- |. f , Sf. .< .• .; , 4 y J. {g i (34-35) , homei .Helping Sahdra (Stelebfate her birthday wefg Ctteryl Samek,Lihda: Affehdt, Rogef & Rochfelle Safbhfet,: Phillip Ldystacl, Ann and Mayme Lavrfenz, (Serieva Graham and Pamela ^yagner. Sandra's Mother served lunch. : Circle Meeting ' ; The members of the Francis ciyble ; Vrtet,at tHe' h6me of Minerva Curtis Wed. evening. , Francis Sarchet was in charge of de'vo- itbns and .program. * Florehce Spears had the special numbefv began v her Begins Marilyn Hinckley duties in th& ac6u"pati6rial therapy adpartment at th*' Oakdale hospital Monday. 'Marpyn, a I960 graduate.of Burt,high school, is .the daughter of M^ and Mrs Al Hinckley., S Sound, Mature PIONEER Corn, ORDER YOURS FROM-Your Local Pioneer Salesmen: R, I, Mawdsby,-.- ---- 'Algona Aaron Steussy •„,.-•-, -,. - Algona Ttd H0pver f Sr. , . ...... Algona Henry Schroeder ,..,,, Lone Rock lugerie Kollasch ........ , - - Bode Walter Vaudt. ..... 1' Whittemore jnson proJu^ ------ Wesley Jack Pethmers - Garner Di«tri«t 5a»« Mgr. Mi's Richard Laurenz and children .Visited Wednesday with her sister at Lake Mills. •Rev. and ;Mrs Fred.Samek and dhe'ry'J Ann* 1 'spehi Mort&ay visiting a;t the hom'S' bf her parents, Mr and, Mrs Clarence Swab and with' friends at Charles City. ;The : arin'lial cHickett supper sponsored by W. S. 'C. S. will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening, Siei>t. 1. SerV* ing will begin at o p.m. On the menu is chicken with all the trim'mirigs. ' ' . , Mr. and -Mrs Dale Lpckwpqd spent the weekend with his sister and family, the Arn'qld Clarks at Akron. Mrs Rex Noland, Sharalyn and Gerald of New London,-Mo., are visiting this week with friends in this vicinity. Mr arid Mrs Vern Shipler, Deli- nis Shipler and Harris Harms are enjoying a 10 'day vacation in Northern Minnesota. Mrs Russell Patterson entertained 11 .children who will be entering kindergarten this fall at at pre-school get-acquainted party at: h?r farm : hbme Wednesday. Present twere Brad Holding, David Hanson, Michail Coady, Marilyn •; Tigges. Pamela SOderburg, Rochellfe' Sardhet,, 'ShardiT Pitter- soh.ii Sandra :Ley| Susan Becker and Susan Angus. Mrs Harley Hanson, Bruce and JunS Marie and Mrs George Becker were also guests. ivir and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Lana and Merwyn Jr., left Thursday for a ten day vacation, wliich will take them to Utah to visit her brother and family, the Robert Voights. They also" plan to visit the Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills and other points of interest before returning home. ' Mrs John Kissner spent last week in Iowa City with Mr and Mrs Albert Schmidt of Lone Rock. Th6 Young Adults club of St. John's Lutheran church 'entertained members of the Walther Leagues . and all other young people of the church at a Camp fire party on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Hanson,. David, Bruce, and Jene spent Wednesday at Roland, where they helped his parents celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary. Mrs ' Glee Bullock returned home Thursday from' the Methodist-Narrell hospital, Rochlester where she had been a patient for almost a week. Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton,' Bill, Mike and Barbara spent a few days vacationing at Mihneso- tas; LaKes. de*don, • 66r«rith r an* Mr*.- dtof fe Wou »f WRefal of i, 70,-'in- burial at Stratford. His wlfeUnd a darghler survive. Mt- and Mrs Edward Hdf returned-Monday from a ton day trip. Enroute home they visited Mr and Mrs Roy Wadlelgh-at Brooks,. Indiana.' Mr and Mrs £dwlri Marty, her ,' Mrs, HSnty Kubly, were y Visitors ifi ftahdall Vith the Judean Weltha farfiily, daughter cJt Mr and Mrs Marty. Nancy Mipfteil,, emdbetf at 3 from Area Take Vows Of Presentation Order •"Mrs Roy Buenger, West Bend, Mr and Mrs ' Je,rome Stripling, Montezuma, Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge. Charlie- is shewing improvement following a recent. stroke. : , Mr and Mrs Melvin Marty and children returned from a ten day Vacation. They- visited, in Minnesota, ^ took the North Shore Drive, at the Dells in Wis., and at Spillville. ' ; Mr artd Mrs Gail Wolf attend-' ed a reunion of her 1947 class,of Bode high school at Fort Dodge i Saturday evening. . .., By Mrs. Fern Bigings Placings of Humboldt County 4-H youths exhibits at the recent county fair include in the Angus divisiqn bluu ribbons for Earle Jr., and George Hauselman, sons of .Mr and Mrs Earle Uanselman. Mr and Mrs Dwight Savage and Danny of Council Bluffs were week end visitors with her sister the Bill Wickett family. Monday the Savage family went to spend a week at < Duluth, Minn. Mario Stampka and LindR Rugg returned to Fort Dodge with Margo Stampka for a week's vacation. Mr and Mrs Wickett, Steven, Mr and' Mrs Dwight Savage, Danny went Sunday to Clear Lake where they were joined by Mr and Mrs Lyle Schafer anil boys of Charles City for a picnic. The men were all navy paddies in World War 2. / Mr an4 Mrs Earl Johp and| children .have returned from a two week trip visiting relatives in Kentucky and an army friend in Lafayette, Indiana. Dean Bowman is now employi ed at Algona. He commutes daily. ...» Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly, Lu- Verne, Mr uud Mrs Omllu Aai- JLiail*h.JT A4.1^|ifGlIf, %,»41 £/*'«•,•' •-** «*« Fort Ddd^e, is home for two week vacation With her mother Mrs. Cora Hippen and ffiiniiy. Mr 6'Wd 'Mrs 1 R6laftd J WalDne and Sandra had as gU6st8 'Frl* day to/Sunday her cousins Mr and Mrs Walter Browtt and family of, Willmar, Minrt. SUh- day guests w.ere Mr and Mrs Harold Lesterbevg, Goldfield, ' Mi's. William Goetsch Attended a preinUptial tuiower Monday evening In the William Jacobson, home at Humboldt,; honoring Brenda liee Phlibsen, daughter; of .Mr and Mrs Vernoh Philb- ivirs. LeRby Weber 'and sionja Rae Qpetsch spent a week oh a trip south .and east. They .spent the weekend, v;sitin£ Leftoj* Weber at Fort .Lee, .Virginia. Mrs. Albert. Hefti and Mrs. Marshall Clancy, /Hardy, went' Tuesday to the Dudley Blesie home at Petprsen t Minn. Mrs. Ben Seipker and children of Des Moines came Monday., to the home of her parents, tie Fay Harmons. She was called here after the explosion in the Harmon home early Monday. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock and daughters of Lost Nation were Monday visitors witl\ the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. Patti and Sandra Patterson^ Des Moines, were week end visitors in the parental Mllo Patterson home. •?••".-•. •'!' Callers Sunday wuii Mr art* Mrs Charles Hinz were Mr , Aofl. 30, Alganfl (1ft.) Uppf f Drt Mantl-'3 main at Mt, Lofeite fcf hib^e years bt spiritual study and will receive ptofessibnal training at Clarke Collage, fiu- buque, before taking he*r place in one of the .schools staffed by Pfeseniatioft Sfstef 4. A . those professed With Sister Maty fiohald was Sistef Mary Jane, the former Marcella Derner, graduatr of Presentation Academy, Whittemore. Sister Mary McCarthy Three young ladies from this area participated iri the, religious clothing and profession" ceremonies held August 22 at Mt. Loretto, Dubuque.. Jhe. Most Rev. George J. Biskup, Auxiliary Bishop of Dubuque, officiated at the ceremony. J.ane Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Corwith, and a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia. Academy here, received the habit of the Sisters of the Presentation. Sister Mary Donald McCarthy of St. Benedict, and Sister Mary 'Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clebphas Derner, Whittemoro, iook the second step in the religious life — that of profession of the vows. Miss Nelson, who will hereafter be known as Sister Mary de Chantal, Was one of 12 young women were admitted as novices in the congregation of the Presentation of the Blessed .Virgin Mary. A year devoted entirely to religious study follows the religious reception, after which the novice spends anotner year preparing for her vows arid her future life as a teacher. At the end of the two-year novitiate period Sister Mary de Chantal will take vows as a 'Presentation Sister This'second stefj was talcen by SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash. register*rolls at the Uppei Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. We're having our annual LABOR DAY TIRE SALE featuring Speedway- Proved Tires CHAMPIONS $ Priced from 13 UP with rtceppabb tin. Ptuttax. tire* with fhe same tread design as the Firestone tires used as original equipment on America's finest 1960 cart... NOT economy grade tires. OTHER FIRESTONE TIRES FROM... pluittx with recappable On ANY WAY YOU WANT 'EM ... ALL SALE PRICED 19.43 14,45 14.99 lt.49 19.99 23.43 3443 2749. •ayen Tul»l«u Block* Whlta* 17.99 20.43 3*49 17,99 30.49 33.49 31.93 33.43 37.45 31.45 21.93 23.43 27.45 Jlw «.SO-16 4.40.15 4JO-15 7.10-15 7.60-13 8.00-15 8.00-14 830-14 Nylon Tubi-Typt Black* Whit.* 15.43 15.95 30.45 22.49 21.93 23,45 2745 30.43 Nylon Tub.l.M Black* While-* 19.95 32.45 24.45 19.95 22.45 24.45 24,95 27.45 30.45 34.43 24.95 27.43 3043 •Plwt tew and rvcappablt tlr* SPECIAL PF^ICES END LABOR OAV wrwe your dollar boys MJLES JOE BRADLEY FOR TIRES DO\A/N AWEEK ALGONA Also Avaifcible At Thefi Nresfpne Dealers t KliAUfSfe ''66" StRVlCi • CHROM£ SERVICE Fenton Algona t VIKINQ QU, CO. • MURRAY OIL CO. Algona Bancroft • UPPi'S D->^ SERVICE, Burt Jane Nelson Sister Mary Donald McCarthy in the same August 22 ceremony. Sister Mary Donald, a 1956 graduate of St. Cecelia Academy, entered the Presentation hovir tiate in September, 1957, ahd received the habit in 1958.,.Having completed her novitiate, she ask T ed permission to make her first temporary profession of-vows. In a ceremony similar .to that preceding teeeption, the. Bishop determined the freedom and cognizance of the novices and granted them permission to pronounce their vows. Sister Mary Donald will re-> OUT They Go! CLEARANCE SALE '60 Olds & Ramblers PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION OF THE NEW '61 MODELS. THEY MUST ALL ' i GO OUT BEFORE SEPTEMBER, 30 I WE HAVE THE OLDS IN A CHOICE OF COLORS, IN DYNAMIC 88 SEDANS, SURER 88 SEDANS, HOLIDAY SPORT SEDANS. • ALSO RAMBLERS IN DELUXE, SUPER AND AMERICAN SEDANS. Dan's Olds & Rambler 125'So. Dodge Algona ...Afos all febrfc^ saftly- > ^^^^^^MM J atrfomaiicallyl WITH TRADE GIANT 21" FAN GIANT AIR FLOW UP TO 2 HOURS OF DRYING WITH JUST ONE SETTING STATIONARY DRYING RACK 5 WAYS TO VENT NEWNORGES-YEAR^m WARRANTY* A written promise of trouble-free performance never made' before! ,*Motor prote'ctfed by full ori'e-yeaY warranty PLUS 5 YEARS FREE SERVICE Both parts and Service guaranteed fully for 5 years LOWEST DRYER PRICE IN ALGONA ON » Norge Model 06-60 AUTOMATIC DRYER NORTH CENTRAL WP TlHB^^ W'wW 1 ''*^ "ii^rWP^ff (^W ^^Hl^f ^**SIPI^" ^^^^^^H ^FW ^^^ ^^W ^"W ^^^^^' W^^^^W CY 4-24W AtOOK*

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