The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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Mary Truesdell Wed Dec. 20 AfTifonka J ifjfak* -4 Mftfy Ratheryn Tru esdell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Truesdell, was married to wilmef Christian of Sac City, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Christian of Newel, December 20 in the Methodist church. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Max Goldman. Mrs N. H. Brinkham, of Colo, wad organist and accomoanied Charles Hinton of Iowa City, soloist. .Candle lighters were Jean Christian; sister of the groom and Mary Lou Rutenbach, Avoca, friend of the bride. The .bride was given in marriage by her father and was attired m a Skinners slipper satin dress with fitted bodice, scalloped neckline, with long sleeves ending in a point at the wrist, a flowing skirt with a chapel train, She wore a crown of pearls with an imported silk illusion finger tip veil. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible jWith showers df American beauty' roses tied with white satin ribbon streamers. The bride was attended by Gloria Haddy, Chicago, as maid of honor: Janet Johnson, Storm Lake, Mrs ^ Bruce Smith, Iowa City, and Mrs Dan; Gfeisler, 1 Des Moines. ftebecea Sue Truesdell, | ! sister of the bride, was flower 1 „ ^ bridegroom's, attendants wefe Donald Goecke arid David MOfitag, .Sac Cltyj Ronnie Bent* sen, Odebolt, and David Stedman, Sac City. Ushers were WarreJf Truesdell, brother of the bride,* Harrison Henry, Colo, and Bill Truesdell, Gilmore City. The ring bearer was Steven Davis, Deni- sori; a cousih of the,bride,. A reception wts held 'for 2dO at the Fellowship .haft of the Methodist church. Janet Wilson, Des Moines, had charge of the guest book. The five tierred wedding cake was topped by a miniature bride and groom and was cut by Mrs Frank Truesdell, Gilmore City, aunt of the bride, and Jolleen Peters, Sac City. Pouring were Mrs Mark Wilson, Colo., Mrs Mark Wilson,' Colo., and Mrs Donald Burehett -Moline, HI. Din« ing, room hostess was'.Mrs Haroldr Wed Here Recently Gartner and waitresses Sandra Gartner, Sylvia werff Eden, Margaret McDonald, Carolyn In< termill and Judy Mehlan. r The bride is a gradate of the Colo, high school, the University of Iowa and is now teaching; at Sac City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Sulphur Springs high school and is now engaged in farming at Sac City where they will make their home. In 1956, the last year for which comparative figures are available;.v Russian book publishers issued 54,732 new titles, compared with 12,589 in the United States. Burt Girl Weds John Opheim Qf Sexton Here ENDS THURS. - DISNEY'S "WHITE WILDERNESS" FRIDAY & SATURDAY TYRONE POWER in the most famous of all screen roles! DARNELL Oth CENTURY The* First Baptist church here was the scene of a wedding Friday evening, Dec. 26, when Marilyn Kae Richardson became the bride of Ralph Ray Richards. The bride is a daughter of Mr .and Mrs Everet Richardson, Algona, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs M. O. Richardson, Lone Rock. Rev. H. Glenn Discoe officiated at the'double ring ceremony in the presence of 200 guests. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Candle lighters were Linda Jacobson and , Barbara Hurlburt. Mrs Vaughn K. Rising was organist .and Mrs Albert Richardson soloist. 'Sharon ,Sabin was maid of honor and Elaine Montgomery, bridesmaid. Kenny Richards was best man and Frank Richards was groomsman. Ushers were Louis Egel, Albert Richardson and Arlen Bilsborough. The bride wore a floor length gown of white. It was fashioned with a long fitted torseau bodice of heavy embroidered nylon marquisette with an overskirt of the same material, shaping into a back' peplum with tiers of nylon ruffles sweeping into a chapel train. The neckline of the gown was Queen Anne style with Peter Pan collar trimmed in sequins and pearls. Her veil of illusion net in finger-tip length fell from a Juliet Crown with a heavy crest of seed pearls.. Her jewelry was' small pearl earrings,and .her bouquet was of red roses with a big white bow in front. The flower girl was Alberta Jacobson and ringbearer, Billy Richards. .Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held, in the church parlors. Mr and Mrs Walter Jacobson sang. Mrs Clint jdrodden kept the guest book and aunts of the bride, Mrs Donald Hurlbiirt, Fenton, and Mrs Paul Riqhardson, Algona, cut the cafte. Mrs Walter Steven and Mrs Henry Furst poured. Other hostesses were Margaret Heerdt, Faye Loss, Wilma Brown, Mrs Wesley Mains, all of Algona,, and Mrs Kenneth Nemmers, Bancroft, Mary Keith, Burt, and Gladys Priebe. Waitresses were Marilyn Black, Patty Priebe, Sharon Egel and Joyce Riebhoff. The bride is a 1958 graduate of Algona high school. The bridegroom was graduated from Lone Rock high school and is serving in the United States Army. After a short wedding trip, the couplO will be at home Jan. 15 at Fort Rucker, Alabama, where the bridegroom is stationed. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Bumadene Steven, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs J. P. Steven, Burt, became the bride of John Opheim, son of Mrs Nell Opheim, Sexton, in a ceremony performed Dec. 19 in the First Baptist church here. Rev. II. Glen Discoe officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs Dnle Lows nnd Harvey Steven, Minneapolis, was soloist. Joan Steven served her sister as maid of hortor and the bride groom's sister, Joyce Opheim, was bridcRmnid. Best mnn wns Neil Steven, Albert Lea, and Milton Steven wns groomsman, Ushers wore Wendell Steven and Dnle Laws. The bride wore n white nylon lace gown fashioned with a net panel in the front of the skirt nnd a butterfly bow in back. It had n square scalloped neckline nnd long sleeves ending in points nt the wrists. Her headpiece wns of white irridescent horsehair with a nylon net veil. She cnrried a bouquet of Lilies of the Valley on n white Bible. A reception in the church pnr- lors followed the ceremony. Mrs Doris Steven poured punch and Jnmos Steven poured coffee. Mrs Robert Steven cut the wedd« ng cake nnd Carol Sluder had charge of the guest book. Shirley Swnnson, Claudia Moore nttd Margaret Moore took care, 6f the gifts. The bride is n graduate of Butt high school nnd for the fcftfil 2% years hns been employed by Mr nnd Mrs Bill Bmim at Lnkotn. The bridegroom is n graduate of Hnckensack, Minn, high school and is serving in the U.S. Nnvy stationed on the aircraft carrier Wasp. He plans to remain in the navy for two more years. After a week's wedding trip to Missouri nnd Arkansas, the bridegroom returned to the service and the bride is remaining at Lnkota. Thursday, Jan. §. 1959 Algeria (la.) Upper DM Moto**-* * F . „_.._ _. I ,. . • . „ . ^ ., I .* . <.-. ..... ..--- .*--: ' '-SJ- - J - —J-*- WESLEY NEWS Mr nnd Mrs Loo Young nml daughters of Garner nnd Mr nnd Mrs Ed Downs nnd family wort? New Year's day guests of tho women's father, AH Studor. The George Hirncr family were Christmas Day guests in the liny Hirncr home. Other guests included, Mrs Roy Hirncr'a parents, Mr nnd Mrs Ira Tarto of Algona. New Yenr's Day guests in the George Hirncr home wore Mi and Mrs Sim Hirncr and Rolnnc' of St. Benedict and Mr nnd Mrs Ray Hirncr. Mr and Mi's Jack Nelson one family of Boone were New Year'? day guests in the Ed Rl'cke homo BEAUTIFUL PEARLS See your dealer today. You'll love this Ictvaly necklace. Special, get-acquainted otter . . . Think" of enjoying iu«h a lustrous, iftdosconi necklace of beauty plus your choic* of olhfti valuable gift offer*. Just purchase one package of famous ISCO VITA-ZIP POULTRY BOOSTER. STOP LAYING SLUMPS DUE TO BLUE COMB, COLDS, STRESS, etc. — Put Ihe new. powerful Antibiotic and Vitamin formula, VITA'ZIP 1ft the drinking water. See for yourself how your birds will swing back inlo healthy, high-producing layers almost overnight. Ho troublesome feed mixing . . no changing present feed . * Just add io the drinking water. Vita-Zip POULTRY BOOSTER ^ Use In DRINKING WATER ALGONA PRODUCE, ALGONA, IOWA (51-1) G ALGONA SUNDAY For 4 LAFF FILLED DAYS! Mabel Gerling Wed Dec. 29 At Bancroft Mabel Colleen Gerling became the bride of Dennis Leo Flaig in a ceremony performed December 29 in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Warren H. erling, Pleasantville, while the Dr'idegrdom is a son of Mrs Mary Flaig and the late Fred J. Flaig, Lone Rock. ' Rev. Patrick Waite officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by Leo Lovett. The St. John's choir sang. Mrs Leo Lovett, Mt. Pleasant, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs William Fenton, Des Moines, and Helen O'Donnel, Lone Rock. Elizabeth Krichau, Pleant- ville, was flower girl and Jerry Ray Fenton, Des Moines, was ring bearer. Kenneth Flaig served his brother as best man. Roger and Eugene Flaig were groomsmen. The bride's gown was of bombazine silk and imported chantilly lace. The molded lace bodice was styled with a sabrina neckline scattered with irridescent sequins The long fitted sleeves tapered to deep bridal points over the wrists The full skirt was worn over hoops and featured a yolk of lace which extended into a gracefu" chapel train. Her silk illusion vei fell from a pill box hat of silk and lace with a drop of pearl in the center of the forehead. She carried an arrangement of white gardenias on a white prayer book. A reception was 'held for 125 guests at St. John's hall in Bancroft. Mrs W. R. O'Donnell poured and Mrs B. L. O'Donnell cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Richard Krap and Karen O'Donnell served the punch. The bride is a graduate of Pleasantville high school and of Iowa Wesleyan College where she was affiliated with Phi Beta Phi sorority. She is science and biology teacher at Sentral high school and girls' basketball coach. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lone Rock high school and served three years in the United States Marine Corps. He is employed by the Hallet Construction Co. After a week's wedding trip through southern states, Mr and Mrs Flaig are at home in Lone Rock. Guaranteed For Not Less Than 100 Washings ! No other sheet offers this test! If any Foxcrofi sheet you purchase fails to give this maximum of laundry wear, you may. return them for immediate replacement I Distinctively wrapped, 1 pair to package. SPEC I A L PURCHASE Foxcroft sheets are made of the finest muslin, bleached to a snowy whiteness. Never before offered at these unheard-of-savings .,. . . stock up now at these bargain prices .... 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Mr and Mrs Harold Fitch o Ftenwicki Mr and Mrs Clifford flix, Dike and Dick of Batesland So, Dak., Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family of Sexton and Mr anc Mrs Duane Metzger. and boys o Burt were Friday evening guest at the Victor Fitch home. Mr Arnold Danielsen and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Victor Fitch's. Mrs C, 'L. Young attended a surprise birthday party at the* Ed Kain home in Algona Sunday evening for Mrs Jack Klaus of Covina, Calif. Mr and Mrs Joe ]U>ebach of Whjttemore were Monday guests at the C, U Young home. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara accompanied Mr and Mrs Henry Radmaker to* Des Moines Sunday where they visited Mr and Mrs Qene Ringsdorf and the new baby, Gary Gene, SPECIALi Lots Of Fashion At A Tiny Price .. 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