The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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ae«t" ? V<> »\ if l • * $g^v ;-•••• • / •;. tf&Mbf. Thurtddy, Jon, 26, 1961 V« .»* J Sj Joann Clarken, daughter of fc and Mrs. Henry Clarken, Lakota . became the bride of Donald Bor.- mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormahn, Livermore,, in a ceremony performed by Father Sturm in Sacred Heart Catholic church at Livermore at 9:30 a-m. Jan. 4, The bridal couple is shown above. • The bride, escorted to .the altar by her father, was aittired in a gown of white banquet taffeta and Chantilly lace with a Sabriha neckline, dong sleeves ending in a point at the wrist, full length skirt of taffeta over nylon net and her bridal headpiece was a Queen's crown of lace in scallop design with' a veil of imported English bridal illusion with scalloped Chantilly lace edging. She carried blush pink roses. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Alice, and bridesmaid was Mrs. Gordon Hilbert, twin sister of the groom. . ' A dinner ana reception were held at the' Plantation ballroom at Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf of Algona were hosts. The bride graduated from Twin River high school, Bode, and was employed as secretary to the principal. Mr, Bormann graduated frcm St. Josephs school and is engaged *lri farming with his father. -They jtook a wedding trip through southern states. (Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving) SGRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing-Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. ' American Legion Auxiliary . Algona, Iowa . , '. . . Announces the Start of Its Magazine Subscription Campaign to be conducted throughout Kossulb County for the purpose of acquiring . ADDITIONAL SICK ROOM EQUIPMENT This equipment is for the home use of any resident of our community who is sick, disabled or bedfast at „ NOCHARGE Representatives of the publisher,, with credentials signed by the officers of the Algona Unit, will call on all residents. Your magazine order, new or renewal, will help to further this worthy project and make this program a success. Delivery on All Orders Is Guaranteed! Donations will not be solicited or accepted. Residents when called on should ask to see introductory letter signed by Auxiliary members, to eliminate misrepresentation by unauthorized persons. For further information regarding this program contact any of the following: Mrs. Robert Carr — President Mrs. H. E. Lampright — Past President Mrs. Marie Clements — Treasurer Ann Clark — Historian Mrs. Les Kenyon, Past Pres. Mrs, John V. Hardgrove, Past President Mrs. W. K. Spechl — Past President Mrs. John Foth — Past Pres. Study Church Modernization Wesley *- fhe building co fnlttee ofi^ |%f>J?fltet ^fuffft went to tfVosti Muulesota, Jan. 13 to see £ i-tfral Church that bitf recently beeh rati<xrel& aad sre- decorated, A"simyar program js being planned, ibr the* 'Wesley church in the near future. " * ' ' The committee was KeV. J6ries, the Charles Nygaards. George Florence Hansen, and Gordon , { t i. _ U^ sis 'At "500'"' Mi- and Mrs Albert. Lickteig entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs Youngwirth entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Birthday Observance Mrs Frank Hauptly observed a birtnday Jan. 13. Guests in their home that afternoon and evening Were Mrs P. C. Hdynes, Mrs Mary Peters, Ollie and Angelina Forstch of Wesley, Mr and Mrs J o h.n' Harms, Mrs Margaret Harms and son John, Mr and Mrs Tom Young and Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson, all of Titonka. Homebuilders Club' Homebuilders club met Jan. 18 in the Evangelical Free church with Mr and Mrs Garel Leek and Mrs Gertrude Swanson as hosts. A lesson on chui'ch music was given by Jim Olsen. DePaul Warner is chairman of the group and Mrs Arvin Larson is secretary. Guests At Maitineks Guests in the Will Martinek home were his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs T. ; 'M. Frart- zen of Hawks Jan. 13. Sunday Jan. 8 the Darrell Adolf family of May City and the Dale Adolf family of Everly were guests. Mr and % Mrs -Robert Giddings and childrf'n, Downers: Grove, 111. spent Jan. 14-15 with her mother Mrs Henrietta- Bowman and his father and brother, Gordon and Merle Giddings. - •• • Junior high boys defeatd Britt 34-16 Jan. 11 in the local gym. Methodist Youth Gsoup of Wesley and Prairie Center churches met Sunday evening in the Luther Nygaard home. ' -a Kobie Hemmen of Britt, forriP- erly of Wesley, suffered a stroke Jan. 8 and is hospitalized at Britt. A daughter was born Jan. 8 to Mr and Mrs Russel Swanson in the Hancock .Memorial hospital. The couple also have a" son, Mitchell. • ; Rev. and Mrs* Percy Carlsson and Mr and Mrs .Lester Larson were guests'Jan. 8 in the George Eilts home near Britt. The t'own council recently reelected Norbert Hilbert, mar- shall; David Kloinpeter, Clerk, and Nyla Newbrough, treasurer. Other council members are Bill conar; years in" the 'Regular Afmy'whTli" serving" as mess stew^fd in the arttllery in Wahoo, Neb. He "entered the Army in 1948. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Kiley, Route 1, the sergeant is a graduate of Ifitonka Hieh School: "-HiS nvM^Stuie, lives in'Omaha, Neb. (U. S. Army Photo) ' Loebig, Roy Kollasch', Fred Thomas, Edward L. Johnson and Urban Neuroth. . Mrs H. B. Raun of Alexandria, Minn.^was a guest last week in the home of her sister, Mrs-; L. L. Lease. Wesley hpniema'kers had an all' day meeting, Tuesday in the Joe. Skow horrie'. { Tftelma Blain was assistant hostess.' Mildred CarN' son and Grace 'Simpson demon-: strated ("Freezer Meals." Word was received here re- : cently of the death of Mrs John; Carrothers of .Garner, She was a sister of Mrs Loti Hauptman and the late Mrs Joe Hauptpian Sr,j of Wesley. She was the former Bertha Schleusner of Garner. • St; Josephs Guild met Jan. 16.. Circle 10 ser.ved the lunch. Harold Price'and Orville Smith were brought home Friday from 1 ' the Britt hospital, where they had been for medical care and.; tests. Gayle M. Studer had maj*> or surgery, there Jan. 12. ,: Mrs Chloie Si&ipson, Mrs Grace'Martin; and. Mr s and Mrs Lloyd Gerber and David of .Air gona attended church services in Buffalo Center Sunday and were dinner guests in "tha Art Larsorr, home. ',••... Mr and Mrs John Hildman entertained at 500 Sunday. Mrs Bill Hauptly .won high score prize for women. Bill; Hauptly, for men andiMfSL^auptly -also won the trawl 'prizer^ptner guests were Mr and : Mrs Glair'Hildman, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Erdman, Mrs Ethel Schroeder, Mrs Josie Gouge, Lawrence. and Qtto Fox. . John. Spangler of; Jamesville, Minn, spent, several . days last week with his sister, Mrs Josie Gouge, .... George Yariser had major surgery Monday morning at the Britt hospital. Art Plathe was brought home Sunday from St. Ann hospital, Algona,. where he was a surgical patient. 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THERMOGAS CO, ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CY 4-2841 Why rintt fay i iv/ft link under our W J*/f wmtmenl fiti/ en/t Gal.,,. J6.66 per month. ...V3."// pw month CITIES SERVICE Ottosen — The annual 'meeting of the Trinity Lutheran church was held Jan. 12 at the church with . Rev. Har.old Mountain presiding. Roy . Enockson was reelected deacon for a three year term. Donald Usher wag elected trustee for a .three year .term. Richard Kinseth was reelected treasurer. Mrs Ivan Evenson was elected' financial secretary. Loren Daniel was reelected secretary. - Mrs Mountain was reelected Sunday ?chool superintendent,.; with Mrs Bertha Jacobson as her assistant. Mrs Merle Holt is the organist, with Mri Richard Kinseth' and Ruth Usher as her assistants. Mrs Kinseth' is also choir,' director. .-•..'., Merle Holt was chosen dele- gat'.' for the district convention at Luther College, June 26-29. Chester Alme will be alternate. ; The budget was adopted. : -Mrs Mountain will be vacation ;Bible school ' teacher and \^ill sehoose her helpers; — • • : •• 'Rev. Mountain will appoint a committee, -to .revise the constitution. , '. •" , .Lunch ws(s served by Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Roy Enockson. Tuesday the following ladies went to Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge to sew: Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs H. . J. Nielsen and Mrs Ivan Evenson. Rev. Paul Stevens of, Lu Verne had communion services at the Presbyterian church Sunday. He also installed Ralph Richards as elder. Roy Telford, recognition of trustee, Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk who is the representative at the Larger Parish, Jesse Van Buskirk, budget director, Lawrence ' Telford-treasurer, Larry Telford and Alfred Schultz, ushers, Mrs Albert Thorsen, Sunday school superintendent, Ralph Richards, vitte S S. superintendent, Mrs Richards S. S. secretary and treasurer and Mrs W. G. Cooper pianist. Mrs Earl Long and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk are the other two elders. Mrs Schifi- tz is assistant pianist. Bonnie and Brenda, twin daughters of the Louis Jacobsons were six years old • Friday. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnql and Leslie. Evening guests were Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arland and Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrsp'ann and fami- " _ __ i 75 At Shower Honor Recent Titonka Bride Titonka — • Approximately 75 attended a shower honoring Mrs JSdwin ^heekS,. formerly Edith fjiu'singa, daughter of Mr and Mrs H,{»rm H. Hujsinga, at; the Ramsey Reformed church, par- Jprs Saturday afternoon. After a short program the bride openeji hep s gWi? assisted by her £ister, ',;M£xi|*e. Huisjnga and Beth B.alyance, of Buffalo Center- Joy Ann Meyer of Algona and Carman Beenken helped cju-ry the gifts to pnd from, the tsfele. - Hp4e&ses were Mf>s- demes J3«jHiUl nn4 Wa^sr Tapper, Harvey and, Lawrence Heyer, John, Beenken, John Asche, 'afflict ILOOO.OPO Americans 9l all age$-rangtyg from Ibe very yeuag victim 9l JWYtwjk rtw- the vwy Foy all ages, painful, disabling 4isea|e. * 1V1* OllU.aATi.AOL *JJJ\» j ....-„ ^ofS^plty.Mf 'ahd-Mrs pick Meyerjind Joj», A!m¥'o,f 4fg6nh;|ttd Mj* t aiSd'Mi'S Hohfdi' i-fefldricKsb'n dfid's.farriily at fttngslfed.,' ^ ' j j; / One Bound Over, Another Charged W'fhO.M.VJ. - Robert Gushing of Algon?r Was bound" over to district court on a charge of (5MV1 followihg a pre j liminary hearing in Maj^or C. C. 1 * Shierk's coutt'la^t week Bond in the matter was Set' at $356 and was furnished. He was arrested by local police "and charged,. 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