The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 20
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l-feLvt-"?il -?*- " ^ * • •'-*7 -« -S /« _* /» (la.) D« , April If t .•SB I Janet Ackerman, Burt, /s Bride of Oregon Airman Janet Lee' Ackerman, Lincoln^ Neb. became the bride of Airman 2/C James I. Sansom in a ceremony Sunday afternoon, March 22, in the Methodist church at Burt. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl .Ackerman^" Burt and the bridegroom, a son of Mr and.Mrs Ray Sansom, Sr., Forest Grove, Oregon. Rev. F. G. Samek officiated'at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. Sheryl Smith was organist and David Miller, soloist. '; Mrs Eulan Schuller served her* sister as matron of honor." Betty Carlisle, iSncoln, was bridesmaid. Anne Ackerman and Nancy Ackerman, sisters'Of the bride* were candlelighters. Sgt. Phillip R. English was best man and groomsman was Edward Reynolds. Gary Ackerman and Eugene Heerdt were ushers. The bride's gown was of white Chantilly lace over nylon tulle ruffles. It was floor length and fashioned with.long sleeves end- ing in points at the wrists, a V neckline and buttons in the back and on the sleeves. Her veil of imported lace, fingertip length, fell from a Princess cr6wn of seed pearls and sequins. Her flowers were pink carnations on a white Bible. The maid of honor wore a gown in three shades.of orchid and the bridesmaid, an identically sty|pd *dress in three shades of green. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs James -Roll-- asch, -Swea City, ; kept the guest •book and Mrs Gertrude Ackerman and Mrs Conrad .Heerdt cut the cake. Mrs Estel Ackarman,, Garner, and Mrs'Gordon Carlisle, aunts' of the bride, presided at the punch .and coffee tables. Mrs EuClaire Meyer, Darla Bussie; Mason City, Shirley Peter,...Mrs William Champion and Mrs Lde Dixon, former classmates of "the bride, were in charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Burt high school and attended WHEN YOU WANT A PLUMBER... Union College at Lincoln. She is employed as a clerk-stenographer in Lincoln. The bridegroom 1* a gradual* of, the Pendleton. Oregon high school and is stationed With the Air Force at Lincoln. After a short wedding trip to Sfeinerd, Minn., the couple toill be at home in Lincoln. (Glenn Studio Foto - tJDWT Engraving) Last Rites For Fred Lavrenz Held At Burl Buff — Last rites were held at J51. John's Lutheran church Mar. 23 for Fred W, LaVrenzt, tl, a long time resident of Hurt, Rev. Arthur Schultz officiated and burial wtis in Burt Township cemetery with Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, in charge. 'Pallbearers were Jim Coady Jr.,-'Robert Ricbhoff, Clete Salz, Henry Smith, Charles Spry and "Harold Steward, Fred Lavrenz was born Feb. 28, 1888 at Coal Valley, 111. and his school years were spent In Lu- Verne. He was married to Jeanetta Trunkhill in 1911 and they made their horrie in Burt where for some 45 years he worked at the carpenter trade. For the past several years his sons have- aided him. He entered St. Ann hospital for treatment and seemed improved, but surgery'was needed and he succumbed when complications set in. Mr Lav- Tcnz is survived by his widow, four sons, Ernest, Richard, Roland and Raymond, Burt; two daughters, Mrs Richard Groen (Lois) of Algona and' Mrs Earl. Meier (Dorthea) of Burt, as well as 19 grandchildren. Also . surviving are a sister, Mrs John Button, Algona, and one 'brother Emil, Osseo, Minn. He was preceded in death by three daughters,' Mary, Laura and Ruth, 1 five brothers and* a sister. .Women's Clubs Meet , The annual? meeting of .the Kossuth County Federation of Women's. Clubs will 'be held at the Methodist church at Titonka Saturday, April 4.' The morning session will begin at 9:40 with p an executive board meeting, followed by registration and organ prelude. At 10, call to order, and invocation f by Rev. Max Goldman; Pledge of 'Allegiance by Mrs Clarence Brandt; welcome by Mrs Floyd Gardner; secretary's report, Mrs Arnold Hansen; committee reports; endorsement; and Mrs Lewis Grempel, sixth district director, will speak at 10:30; awards at 11; Mrs Henry%Mertz will then speak, .followed by Mrs Edward Brandt. The afternoon session begins at 1 with music and dub contri- buttons. Speakers at "this tfefc are Mrs E. F. Bock, d&ttifcr, «hd Dr. Daniel Bray, Algona. gftili Baars will tfftg. State Federated club* Arid presidents are; Algona — Mrs Jf. B. Asaj'Burt -— Mrs K. «L< Smith; Doan — Mrs Gordon ML Bafid* son; Fenton — Mrs Wrn. 9. Hatf- telman; Lakota — Mrs Harlan Kruse; Titonka — Mrs H, Rood; Titonka's Woman's — Mrs dar* ence Brandt; Whittemore — Mrs Victor Dau. , County Federated clubs and presidents are: Cresco — Mrs Cliff Teeter; Plum'Creek — Mrs Floyd Gardner and Unl6tt — Mrs John Gisch. County officers are, chairman — Mrs R. H. Thompson, Burt; vice-chairman —' MrsiW, H. Ley, Lakota; secretary *— Mrs C.' 3. Shipler, Algona, and treasurer — Mrs Arnold Hansen, Fenton. Mr and Mrs Lowell Isenberger and daughters of Winnebago, Minn, were callers at Mrs" Lottie Isenberger's home and at Mfs Ella Sigsbee's. Mr and Mrs Carol Reimers and son of Schuyler, Nebraska visited the former's mother, Mrs Anne .Reimers and other relatives over the weekend. A dinner/ at the Howard Batt home Saturday evening was attended by the Harold Reimers, Don Reimers and Carol, Reimers families.. • Easter Sunday guests- at the home" of Mrs'.,Ella Sigsbee and Howard were -Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and 'Ilia Mae of Humboldt, Mr'and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee nnd /daughters of Algona, Theresa and Patty Sigsbee 1 spent Monday with their grandmother. A family dinner was held Eas-. ter Sunday at the David D. Miller, home. ' Attending were 'Mr and Mrs Earl Rudnick, Nealvand Gloria, the Ronald Millers and the Simard Millers of Algous, it? ^ftd Mrs Harold . Kgmet* find children, Mf and Mrs & E; Millet drid Sharon Miller and a, J friend from Emmetsburg, Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Aekerman last week were Sgt. Phillip E. English, his wife and two children, Mr artS Mrs Gordon Carlisle and daugh« ter, Edward Reynolds and , twtf friends.of Lincoln, Neb. Mr and Mrs E. P, Fredericks^, were „ Easter Sunday guests 7 at the W. A. Hardy home, AlgttM, The Burt Woman's Club met March 30 in the Presbyterian church parlors. Hews was given by Benita Mitchell. Easter -Worship Service was given by Ruth Hodgson. The Easter .Book was reviewed by Margaret' Smidt. This was followed by a piano solo by Sheryl Smith. - , Ex-St. Joe Folks Will Observe Golden Wedding Si.,Joe — Mr and Mife Casper Kayser ,of Waseca, Minni are observing their golden" wedding anniversary, on Sunday, "April 5, with an Anniversary 'Mass 'at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Waseca at 10:30 .followed' by a 'dinner in the Waseca Hotel with reception .in the >afternoonA, from 2 to 4 o'clock. •• Relatives .from here are planning to, attend the observance. /, The honorees are well knOwri here having lived'in this-community before their marriage and following for 10 years. Mr Kayser is a brother of Mrs Fred Illg .and Mrs John ThUl of here.- Mr and Mrs' Frank Stattlemann and family 1 &f foiffaia gw* «toi$^ iliftfessf v .f the Wflt Jteatftfiltiftie, 't> 6f Mrs Mr K.MU»»««^ , *»***!*.* *ca«*t«u "i at* * cr . „ 4 ttiflfijrWltftetihg ifi itoi* home. 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