The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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*~Alflena (lei.) Uppir DM Matoi* Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1960 Norma Norland Oflitonkals Wed Recently tllonka — Good Mope Lutheran church was the scene,of the marriage of Norma Jean Norland, daughter' of Mr and Mrs Oscar Norland of Titohka, and Donald fi. Elmers, son of Mr and Mrs Erfel Elmers of Burl. Pastor B. If. Schwerin performed the double ring ceremony Oct. 1. tfhe bride, given in marriage by her father, .Wore a goWrt of White silk, The scalloped neckline was trimmed With chantilly lace, seqtiins and pearls. The sleeves of chantilly lace ended in a point at the wrist.' The entire bottom of the skirt and train Were trimmed with lace with an intermission over skirt also trlmified with" lace. She wore 1 a finger-tip veil held in place with a crown*of chantilly lace, sequins and pearls. Met- jewelry was' a pair of .JSearl earrings,-, a gift of the groftttli Her boUquet -Was white mums a"nd stephanotis with Streamers of white velvet ribbon. " ' • The bride Was attended' by Myrna ^Norland as maid of, honor. Mrs Ronald" Swanson 'and Mrs Wilfred Schmidt served as bridesmaids. Kathy Eimers was flower girl. The groom 'was at- {ended by Martin Norland, best 'man, and Charles Ninemeirs and Keith Hathoway. Wayne Norland was ring bearer. Ervin J t Eimers -and Donald Norland served as ushers. Organ music was furnished by ..Mrs Donald Tapper. The soloist Was Charles Steinmetz. Arnetta Sweet .of Algona was '"ih charge of the guest book. The ' reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors : with Mrs Donald Norland, as dining room j hostess. Mrs E. B. Samson 'and, i Mrs Gene Ringsdorf poured. Mrs Elmer Frink'cut 'the wedding ,! cake. Helena Meyer and Mary Ellen Ebentier served the wedd- r| ing ca,ke. The waitresses were: .Rosemary Zeigler, .liafeh Sam- "sbn, Eva Tliering, Lqu Sedteldte v 'and La Donna Reynolds. Alice Thompson, Sharon Carroll, Mar, ( cia ' Wiley and Gerry Schrupp were in charge of the gifts. ; The-bride is a gradiiate of Ti- .,tonka high school and attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, ,;Minn. and St. Cloud State Col- i.lege where she received her degree. Since December, 1057, ; she has been teaching first grade in the Anoka school system, Anoka Minn. The groom is ,a graduate of Burt v high school and spe/it "four years in the Navy. He is "now efnployed at St. Paul, Minn. The couple is at home at Coon ••Rapids, Minn. Wins Trip Mr and Mrs Charles Beed lcf{ for Chicago Thursday where they will board a plane to Acapulco. Mr Beed won the trip. They expect Co be gone 10 days. New Well Ready The Thorpe Well Co. of DCS Moines has just completed the job of digging a new well for the ^town which is located on the -south edge of the Titonka school ground and will be piped to thf- main water tower. The new well ^tested 450 gallons per minute and is 300 feet' deep. The dump for well is all underground. The Good Hope Lutheran jhurch will hold its annual Mis- .-rsion Festival Nov. 6 with Dr. T. P. Fricke as speaker at the morn- .Jing service at 10 a.m. He wil' -also speak at the afternoon service at 2 p.m. and the commissioning of Marilyn Wclhousen atf -lay missionary to New Guinea will take place. - The Good Hope Lulhornn "church ladies aid will he hi-l'l Wednesday at two o'clock with -hostesses Mrs Clarence Brandt TWrs Rccca Hipn. Mrs Jerry Boo- kclman and Mii Conrad Sth- • rnidt. Linda Stenzel, Burt Bride, Is Shower Honoree Burt — Linda Stenzel was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Presbyterian church Saturday evening. Mrs Jim Gadf, -Algona, registered the many guests present. Ruth Hodspon presented the following program: Piano selections by Miss Hodgson; two vocal numbers by Jo Ann Gade, accompanied by Ruth Hodgson; vocal duet, Bobby and "Carolyn Madson, piano solo by Debbie Stenzel; vocal solo — Barbara Dittmer and a vocal -duel by Barbara Dittmer and Marsha Dremmel; accompanied by Marlene Stenzel and a reading by Mary MeGuire. - Linda was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs Leonard Sten- zt'l, Mrs BlWyh itenzel . Linda btcaaue the bride -<4' ( Ji West Bend, fit the Al> gdfta Fr%SBy'tlflari" church SliH« day, Oct. §1)., Hostesses at Saturday's showei were E'thel Drefnito&l, Ofacd Ackerman, ttuth and Esther' Hodgson, Alice' Gole, Edna Smun, Mary Gebkefy 4 Helen JdhnsOn, Doris Madsofi,'•'Leone Salisburg, Rose MeGuffe, aHd Iva Mafid Woltz. ' ,; tffl X ,_ __a t Three finlisi ,, ' ' Joseph R; Cunningham, son of Mr and Mrs MafWyh Cunningham, Gary Abbas, grandson of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward, flurt and son of Melvin Abbas, Algbna, and Dennis. Wolfe, son of Mr and Mrs fitomer Wolfe, all graduates of the class of 1960, BUrt high schbol Were formally sworn in Ai & special ehlistmera ceremony at Mason City Tuesday, ' The three enlisted for a three., year hitch in the army, reporting to Camp - Carfe'on, Colo, where, they will ^receive their basic training. 'At tWe completion oi that training 1 the boys will enjoy a furlough'with their home folks after which they will be sent to Germany for the remainder of their term. Attending the induction ceremonies and coffee hour and dinner in Mason City were Mr and j Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Lana and Merwyn Jr.; Mr and Mrs Robert Voigt and Martin; Mr and Mrs Walter \Steward and Mrs Homer 1 Wolfe. of their daughter and family, Mf and Mrs Eu Claire Meyer, Suh- fla^ evening in honof- bf , their SOth" Wedding anttiversMy. ~l Present besides the honored couple were Mr and Mrs.Duane Dittmfef, Mr and Mrs Ed Larson, Mr and Mrs T. A. BjustronV, Burt; Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan, Mr and Mrs Duane Johnson, Mr ahd Mrs Roy 1 Sarchet all of Algona; and Mr ahd Mrs LaWfenBt Dittmer and Margaret, LCtte ROck, N Maxine Mitchell and Arte Dit- -tnler were married irt the Little Biown Church, Nashua, Oct. 23, 1930. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs Eu Claire Meyer and one son, Duahe, Farewell Party Gary Abbas was honored at a farewell dinner on Sunday at the Clifford 'Abbas home. Present, besides^ Gtary, wefe his grand' Barents, Mrs k Florence Bagby and Mr and Mrs Waller Steward, dlsV' Mr and Mrs Melvin Abbas and family, Algona. Mi' and Mrs fia Abbas and gals tiode, Mr ahd Mrs Ray Miller, Darreli and Joy j ce, Bradgate, Eugene Steward, and Wilma Wertjos, Ames, Rogef SleWardj Fayettc, and Marjorid Orr, Algona.' We< ed 30,Years ^ . Mr and Mrs Arie Dittmer were the guests tif: honor at. the home Circles Td Meet The Presbytcriart. Church Circles will meet No\>. 2. Circle A will tneet in the evening at the home of Mrs Roscbe Mawdsley, 'Jr. Mrs- Raymond liOVstad will have devotions, Ruth Long, program. •* Circle B will meet with Mrs George Becker, with. Lulu Ringsdorf giving devotions and Mrs H. A. Smidt giving Bible study. Circle C will "meet'with Mrs Charles Becker Will &V& ' dffVtfti Mrs Donald Klhfldorf/ '.Bible study, v V'^Si&V^ ,'' U< Te«y Meyeif,' 2* • Little Terry Meyei"'tya8 t rlOrl(JrV ed on his 2nd birthday wlieft-hii parents, -Mr ,and, Mr^jBtr GMWS entertained "fit '% ^afty" ' eveningaPresent to Wish happy birthday J Were Ws parents Mr:and'>Mfs''ArieSfiItt 'mer and'Mr»ahd Mfa flufifte.Di mer, Mr and Mfs-Eugefie Meyeft Allan and Jtfel.* 1 - ' •'•••'" Terry" k Woman! fh<§' BUM, 'Wotnans 'Club -met Monday eVeHing- at the home ol MrJ Lillian Mlerwer with Lettie Vogei 'and Phoebe Thompson asi sisting, hostesses. ' defieviBite-Gra'harrt gave ah in» terestlng discussion "'ojV the Unit* ed tf fitiffnir, ThS 4o.ol - "Hawaii", Was reviewed $u Patterson. Marie the past BUell. Ofl M"6ft$iy, M>S MUrtagn left tot Friendship 'HaVeri', .Port Dodge, whereihe 1 is 'Aov^ nlaking hef hdme. ". -., •'*.,; St. John's LadM AJ(! Will hleet at the church frlUfsdayr NoVt 3. Hostesses Wilrbb' f M«f Hans Bo' derises, and Mrs' Herman Bussie. The Young AtfuitS-Klub of the Burt Methodist church are • serving their annuSl created chick* en slipper at the -church" Wednes* day, NoV. 9.>,Serving.will'begiri at 5, 1 ' .'., • The W.S*.e.S. w^l meet at the church Nov. 2; Vera Schwietert will give devotions and, Lorraine^ Campney will Have the programi Hostesses will' be * Beth Miller t Hazel "feetel 'Mary jeaB Button. • ^ ", '• '!,>* !'»•?» Mr and Mrs'rt-Jf Sfftlfh viMt'e-, Monday With Mrs Sriiitn'S'.Jtffl? ther andsiahiH^'the'tfelifry'"-" k . iij[.. JtA^'i.' . f . H "5 f.»* t guests at the' juii^' iaekdW^lI^ — — 0 _ was, a ,^»kefia-«failWr^',ih.*tJfi 'Hiram, Ai!kefrn4ft;fi6rn§,!'> \_A,i\ duests at the' Jehfi a ScHWietert Ilbnie Stfftd* nor at th6 Wtthday.^ 6 * of John wefe Mr 1 and Hunt and Bell« Ot Ledrt Meyer, SUsSn ana.,umay t Weld6rne ( Mlftn.:" afldAMftJ'^alld Mr^ Martin Mesldke ^iirthdht, Guest shaker at St. Joh Luthefan church' Sunday".'.*a;s Roy Ha^i a missibfl&fy'.ffo'm ', Junior Pby At Ledvard Pleases Ledyard — The Le'dyWd ior Class play,' "Its & Girl", a three act cemedy Was'pr,es,ehted Saturday everting, October 29th in the School gynl • Urtder the direction of Mrs W.- fi, wiemer, to an appreciative" audience, The cast included Jerry t'ayne, Jeanelte Richter, ' Tom, Busch, Sharon Klooster, Wallace Kra^ mersmeier, Janet Smith f Larry Runksmeier,' Molly fiartoll, Steve Johnson and.Waytte'Knoer, t| ^ | | fi|-||giit-fi4llBillllliii giiiiiii*iiiiiiti» "^U^k.J . .*, ,')^ .... & t^r^^fcA'^'feiiyftiktW. ,v« H STAPLES:, tatUm Swingling Hotchkissj artd 'Pr^std Upper Des Moines Piib. Co., Ai gona. I; '*.*.!- li INGREASE|PROPERTTTAA! -.w»ii>^rit1^^miiitfrii % »pKi« i «.«..n.». -...•.-.-- -r "'. *d$t Italf a rtlrtl^ 'aKd nruM bl fi«afi«i«l »h;du§h prtpftrfy met, 2, BE CONTROLLED BY LARGE CITIES A CoriveHtl6n Is a "Ohe Hdo»e LegUldlure". , . ,/ 3, MAK£ UNPREblCTABL^ CHANGES , ssfe itiay Irt'dfitfcR UiMkQ itate<"dffU«§ ^^swlve •" wefeiiff --'•-•'• • *<"•'»'*•>• , un |drt $h<j$ A.'aiiriua! sessldh* df, we - », ... , ,, . , 4, 66 NdTtfiN^tHAt YOUft LEGISLATURE CANNOT bO IN ttieoUir ;SE||ION / '•;.». , A nid|0r!fy bf the lesisldfors dgfeo that the next session will adopt a ret.p- portldHWfertf bill - drte House afea,dtie House populatldn. K6S$Uf H COilNfY FARM BURIAU BOARD Of DIRECTORS ' ' l ' '' <JIdf6ttC6 Brand!, Vice-^fes. ''ji V» Evkriis , • Phil Eischi MrS"Chai i les t riyg4aj;d<'S6Ci ' WilllSMUrrft ; •"., Alfred Pel Fred Plumb* T*eas» ' \ ' . Wm. ]ftj .Pheips , Cecil Long Matry Niffaige*, -,- " Hafdid - Monlas . R69e# Scoii Vbling Dele^yl • ., , , J6Ji& S. ftipjWHlilolp Clarence Menz AlbeH Jofinsoh. '. -,''•', '-. L'66tt .Friday , Earl Haas , Alternate Voling Del. Er\Win,Meld6ff6if 'Hans Peterson Mti RaftdaMl Clark/j • .;. 'MugdMeli ' ,- * -Joe King do. W6men's dhttil»4-!,> ^WSs M&lMs • - / , ,, J. C,. Skow Robert Angfls. -" V -, V Hinrir Slee«hdrd .. .Ervin Gerber R H n R B L.L" For a i, . t efficie roits America- nt state £ county government • ..- '. ' m • xU • - i • •• t - ,, ' RICHARD M. NIXON for PRESIDENT THESE EXPERIENCED, CAPABLE MEN In these critical .times, Experience counts! And from the White House-to the-Court, House, the Republican party offers you the most,: experienced, the most capable aaen to do the job. This is no time to buy t extravagant prc/mises because YOU are the one who must pay the bill. For a better. America, a prosperous low&i a safer world, vote Republican. 'V\V'\ i *; HENRY CABOT LODGE for VICE PRESIDENT JACK MILLER FOR U. S, SENATOR MARC MOORE For COUNTY AUDITOR NORMAN ERBE " • fox- -* : GOVERNOR MILTCN NORTON Melvln D.SYNHORST for SECRETARY , cf STAT6 Chet B. AKERS for STATE AUDITOR fvanL.HULTMAN for ATTORNEY GENERAL RECORDER MRS. C. C, INMAN F«r STAtE REPRESENTATIVE MAX SOETH For STATE SENATOR JAMES ANDREASEN For COUNTY ATTORNEY JOHN RODE SUPERVISOR 3rd PISTRICT LOREN WHITE SUPERVISOR 1?J DISTRICT CURTIS RIEHM FOR CONGRESS 6th District TUESDAY IN O V. O 5.

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