The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 6
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6-Al§ona (la.j.Upp,?; Pet Molm* Tuesday, SepK 6, I960 Engaged To Wed Mrs Helen Johnson, Hurt,. announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Jo Ann, shown here, to James Gade, son of Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade, Algona. The wedding has been planned for Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran church, Bancroft. (UDM Engraving). X)au Reunion Held ; Eighty persons v?ere in attendance at the annual! Dau reunion Aug. 28 at Peace Lutheran church in West Bend, with Frank Jergens family as hosts. Present from this area were Messrs and Mes dames Victor Dau,, Art Rusch, Franklin Rusch, Lawrence Meyer, Hugo Meyer, Herbert Zumach, Melvin Roeber, Wilbur Roeber, Mrs Anna Dau, and Mrs Martha Pompe, of Whittemore; Harold Ubben, of Lakota; Homer Bell, of Blue Earth; Art Krause, and Minnie Dreyer, of Fenton; Frank Jergens, of West Bend; Wilbert Ruhnke, of LuVerne; Mrs Hattie Ubben, of Buffalo Center; Mrs Walter Bell, Mrs ,Wendell Shock, of Blue Earth, Messrs and Mes- dmaes William Dau Sr., William Dau Jr., Frank Schallin, and Beverly Zumach and the'respec- tive families, of'Algona. gnleriain Visiiors Mr and Mrs Herschel Thompson spent from Sunday till Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter. They are former residents here now living at Cotton wood, Ariz. During the visit a cook-out was held one evening at Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa's, those in attendance being the honoree Mr and Mrs Anton Didriksen, M and Mrs Max Miller, Mr an Mrs Clinton Lighter, Mr and Mr John Thompson and Mrs Leon ard Malueg. Farewell Coffee Parly Mrs William Kuhn, Jr., wa hostess at a farewell coffee hon oring Mrs Robert Parrish las Thifrs. afternoon. Attending wei Mesdames Dave Smith, L. 1 Snyder. J. H. Nielsen, Virgil Jac obson, Willis Marshall, Fern Sew ick, Elead Wegner, Bill Hood Tom Verhuel, Janies Schneide; and Miss Leona Smith. Mrs Har old Wille Was assistant hostess Mrs Parrish was presented with a gift. JudithWrien Of Algona Is Aug. 11 Bride Judith Kae O'Brien, daughter of Mr and Mr* Loyola O'Brien of Algona, became the bride of David John Stewart, son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Stewart of Burt, in a ceremony Aug. 27 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony. Sister Mary Ricardo was organist. Maureen O'Brien served as maid of honor. Arlon Guertin was best man. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a short bridal gown of white Peau de Soie with empire waist trimmed with looped. sheer braid and seed pearls. It-had a bateau neckline with a deep V back and three- quarter sleeves. The gored skirt had back fullness simulating a short train. Her veil of French illusion net fell from a crown trimmed with looped braid and seed pearls. Her flowers were a bouquet of white roses. A reception was held at the V.F.W. hall following the ceremony. Patricia Thompson was head dining room hostess and kitchen hostesses were Mrs Harold Sabin and Mrs Harvey Johnson. Mrs Robert Dransfeldt and MI-S. Leon ...Guertin, .poured and Mrs William Finn cut the cake. Mr and Mrs Arlon Guertin registered the guests. The bride is a graduate of Al- 1 gona high school with the class of 1959. She attended Iowa State University at Ames for one year nnd summer school at Mankato State College. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Burt high school and attended Lores College, Dubuque, for a yenr College. and Manknto State After fe short wedding trip, the couple is at home at Mankato and both will continue their studies at Mankato State College. Janice Heine, LuVerne, Weds Bancroft Nan LuVerne — A wedding was solemnized Aug. 29 in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft when Janice Louise Heine, LuVerne, became the bride of Charles Lensing of Bancroft. Their oarenls are Mr and Mrs Emil Seine, LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Henry Lensing or Bancroft. The double ring service was read by Rev. Waite. Given in marriage by her fa- ;her, the.bride was attired in a aallerina length urganza gown, 'itted bodice, yoke of lace sequin trim with four floral medallions on the full skirt. Pier 'inger-tip- illusion net veil fell 'rom a tiara crown, pearl and equin trimmed. She carried white mums on a white prayer 300k. ( Attending the bride was Joan Lensing. Attending the groom ,vas Charles McNertney. Ushers were Jack Hatten and Roger Heine; Acolyte was John Lening. A reception followed for 100 uests in the Algona ' Hotel. Juests were registered by San- Ira Heine. Gifts were arrang- d by Mrs Burnett Heine. Mrs Villard Bannister poured and at ie punch bowl, Virginia Banister. The bride is a 1957 graduate LuVerne Community school. he then enrolled in the school f nursing at State University of Iowa where she attended two years. They will be at home at Des Plaines, suburb of Chicago, where the groom is employed with North Central Air Lines. Three Fofks, MoHtSnfi. known here, he is the'bfo law of Henry »Kubly and v Mtf ' . ( , Ex-fteatdenis ttonotfed " ' '\ Over 150 relatives j and ff_ r .,_ honored Mr arid MfS , JameT Me Clamrock of .Kassbn, ,Mlnnj erly LuVefne on their". wedding anniversary -Au'g.,,14 at an open house. Hosts weti their son and daughteMrt-law, Mf firid Mrs Dale McClamrock, Kasspn. From £u Verne, guests •\ylre Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber, Lafi-y Kubly, Carol Rusher and Mi-arid Mrs Kenneth Vorland and. Kalene,' Hardy. * To Wed Oct. H .— '•• Henry' Loerwald announces Seriously 111 Word has been received that C. E. (Dolf) Myers, 85, is.-ser- ipusly ill in a Rest Home at the engagerftent and approaching marriage of his daughter,'Mary Ann of Hermosa Beach, Calif", to Donald R. Franks of Manhat* tan Beach, Calif. The' marriage will take place Oct. 16 at Hermosa Beach. The young people are both employed _in .Space Technology Laboratories "at Los Angeles.. Mr and Mrs Donald Behhken- dorf and sons of Bancroft were Sunday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe.' , , Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons Visited Sunday evening.. in the parental C. E. Barber home at Bode. Roland Walline and Burtis De Nio have been secilred as bus drivers for the LuVefne Community school. Mr and Mrs Garmon Hollands and family of Bode visited Thursday evening in- the Robert Barber home. , Mrs Karen Baer ' attended the wedding of her cousin Judy Larson daughter, of Dr. and Mrs A. M. Larson of Belmond to David Long in the . 'Catholic church in Belmond Aug. 2T. Mr and Mrs Loyd -Fores! and David of Fort Dodge were Saturday guests in the parental Cecil Jolliffe .home. Peter Farmakis has returned to resume his position as. head of the music department in the LuVerne school. Mr Farmakis accompanied by his mother and sister, Mrs James Farmakis and : Mix Niki toured in the east this summer visiting New York City, Washington, D. C., Philadelphia, Gettysburg, Valley Forge. Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe attended the open house Sunday in Ottosen in honor of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Lowell Worster. ( Weekend guests in the parental Cecil Baker home were Mr and Mrs Don Baker and Karen Baker of Mason City. Sunday, guests were friends Mr and Mrs ^Janaes Mclntyre. and, family of; Armstrong. Promenadefs Square club will meet Sept. 7 Caned at the shelter House of Call Park. Mr and Mrs A, J/Rieklefs and ffimily spent week-end at Spirit Lake. the Labor Day their cottage at ^.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmimmmmmmmmummmmmmmmummmmmmmummmmmmummmm Fortify Your Home For Winter! MAKE IT A STRONGHOLD AGAINST "OLD MAN WINTER" has a way of creeping up! Will your home be ready? Winterizing it will eur heating costs and prevent damage to unprotected surfaces. • Re-roof Before The Snow Flies. • Insulate for Winter Warmth and Fuel Savings. • Weather-Seal with Self-Storing Combination Window and Door Units - M etal or Wood. • Paint Inside and Outside Before You're "Weather-Tight". Elliott Paints are the answer to ALL your paint problems. Accept no substitutes. • Decorate Home Interior With Wood Paneling. Choose from many types, patterns and st yles of our truly beautiful wood paneling. 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Mr and 1 Mrs Wopdrow Bowman of Milwaukee, Wise, spent the Labor day weekend here with the former's mother, > Mrs Henrietta Bowman. —o— Mr and Mrs John Whitlacker, former Algonans, now of Varna, 111. visited friends here Friday and were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson. They now have a family of five children. Mr and Mrs Robert Meine are parents of a 'daughter born Aug. 27 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 7. Ibs. 8 oz. and has been named Kathleen Kay. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs John V. llardgrove of Algona and Arnold Meine of Whittemore. —CP— Mr and I^rs Myron Talcott are leaving soon for New York City where Myron will study for the ministry at Union Theological Seminary and Mrs Talcott, the former Margaret Kelley, daughter of the Louis Kelleys, will work for the Methodist Board of Missions. 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