The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 16
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I 8-Alflof.e (lo.) Upp*r 6il Me!n« April 16, Hansen-Harig Nuptials At St. Cecelia's Church Apr. 4 Arlington, Minn, aiid Sharoft Loebery, Emmetsburg, Judy Schumaker and Bonnie Minard. The bride !«t a graduate of the Algona high school and is erh- ployul at Waldron's Cafe here. The bridegroom attended college at Vermillion, South Dakota and is employed by the Pioneer Seed Co. After a bedding trip, the couple will b$ at home in an apartment at the Fred Wegener home in Algeria. (Photo by Al Missal, UDM engraving) Clara H. Hansen became the bride of David F. Harig in R ceremony Saturday morning, Apr. 4, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Erman H. Hflrisen, Algona, and the bridegroom, a son of the late Mr and Mrs Joe HarSg, Algona. The ceremony took place at 9 in the morning with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Sister Mary Ricardo was organist and Rod Elbert, soloist. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of nylon tulle and lace, fashioned with a fitted bodice, long tapered Sleeves with Queen Anne collar, a very full bouffant skirt of tulle with lace appliques ending in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil Jtell from a crown trimmed with sequins and her flowers were a bouquet of white carnations and tea roses on a prayer book. The bride's attendants were Luella Lallier, maid of honor and Mary Ann Hansen, sister of tho bride. Deborah Hansen and bride. Deborah Hansen and Erman Hansen, scheduled , to be flower girl and ring bearer, were unable to take part in the ceremony due to cases of measles. The bridgroom was attended by Merlin Schumacher who served as best man and Marvin Lallier, groomsman. Carl * Hansen and Walt Turgen were ushers. A dinner for the bridal party and Msgr. Gearen and Father Edward Mason was held at noon at Van's Cafe. Mrs S. E, .McMahon, grandmother of the bridegroom occupied the place of honor at the head of the table. A reception was held between the hours of 1 and 3 at the Moose Lodge Hall. Assisting at the reception were Mrs Thomas young, Mrs Howard Bebo apd Mrs John Nordhausen, 'aunts of the bride OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher The Ladies Progressive club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Harold Mountain. Mrs Ralph Richards, vice president, conducted the meeting. The N. N. Club met Friday evening at the Dean 'Telford home. New officers elected were Telford, president, and Mrs ke Frohling secretary and treasurer, Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson entertained 13 couples at "500" Saturday evening. 'Mrs Bernard Coyle had high, Mrs Robert Block low, Alan Wehrspann, high, Jim Jacobson, low, and Paul Meyer, travel. Mr and Mrs Watson Struthers visited Mr and Mrs W. H. 'Wehrs- pann Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Keith Daniel, Dolores and Dennis of Boxholm were Sunday guests at the parental Loren Daniel home. Mrs Hattie Daniel returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family, Mr and Mrs Loren Daniel and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Keith Darrtel and family of Boxholm, 'Mrs Hattie Daniel and Mr and Mrs LaUrel Worster attended the silver wedding anniversary of, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs at Bradgate Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy attended the wedding of Mrs Watnem's niece at Ft. Dodge Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem were Friday evening visitors at the Merle Faulk home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson spent Sunday at Ames with their son Robert and hfs family, • ftg .! Melttredt of det and Mrs John VSnaas Sunday afternoon with »M* Mrs T. N. Rogness and at Thor. Sunday guests at the Kftut Oppedahl home were Mrs Seflfifc Oppedahl and Mr and Mrs Bjafltfc Oppedahl and family of fort- Dodge. Mr and Mrs Howard son visited Sunday with Mr and Mrs Clifford Jotifs dnd family at Lohrville, Mr and Mrs Fred Rameen and Mrs Anna Leist spent Frt* day and Saturday at Carlos Alexandria, Minn. Nancy Cooper ( student at Mercy hospital ih D6S spent the weekend with her ents, Mr and Mrs Donald Co Sunday they took her back attended the open house Of.the nexv addition to 'Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Mike Frohling attd family spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Tapper at Kamrar. ' Mr and Mrs H .J. Niets&n visited their daughter, Mrs Qar^ land Westerman of Plover at Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday evening. She is a surgical patient. Mr and Mrs Archie Hansen.of Spirit Lake were Wednesday guests of ' '" * i ' , wr aftd MrS i/uno*u jLHuoyit Visited Mr§ Vilas Larson and Mrf Gsr>, Uftgel at tfte See C!t£ Kei* $ftal Wednesday &ft^ftOSrt, . Mr and Mrs Alfred Schulta ana family attended the kti$& *fed* dlttg anniversary of - his, broths frMaw* and sister, Mr\and Mrs Jofe Sf>envei*g dt Elmore^ Minft. Sunday feftemoott, _ _ , Mr and Mrs Ituby Willkm* were SuJtday afteritoofi callers fli the-Unhard Holdfetis. Mf.Ruby and Mr ftoldeft were both triem- bers of the grotip that weht td fitirope last sumttifif. • ' ' Mr and Mrs Leo Toftebf^rg-and family were Sunday visitors at the Jim Abel home at Casson, Minn. The ladie£ are sistefs. Jamboree Nets $100 Lakota — ^Dhe annual Family Might with the grade basketball jamboree was held JTriday night. This was sponsored by the Band Mothers, who served lunch throughout the evening in the Hot Lunch Room.' The net profits were about $100.00, * A woman's arthmetic is never more dangerous than when she is calculating how much She can 3ave by shopping for bargains Calgary (Alta.) 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