6-Aloond (la.) Upp»r bit Mdint* Thursday, June 16, 1959 Jl v«:. i i *}'" ri Shariene Downs June H Bride At Wesley Wesley — St. Joseph's Catholic church \va? the scene June 8 of the weddirt? of Shariene Downs* daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Downs and James Reising, son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reising, Father Wm. Buckholz ofTiciat- rd at the nuptial high mass and double-ring ceremony. Altar boys were Steven and Gerald Studer. Organ music was played by Helen Lk'kteig who accompanied the adult choir. Judy Kay Young of Garner was maid of honor. Marilyn Scil- cr of Algona was bridesmaid and Sylvia Ann Downs was junior bridesmaid. Eld en Boes of Rose . Creek, Minn., Douglas Downs and Thomas Raising were the groom's* attendants. Linda Reising Was flower girl and Andrew Reising Jr., was ring beater. Darrell Downs and Philip Studer were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in an all white floor length gown of French imported hand clipped Chanlilly lace and nylon not designed with a sculptured all lace bodied, long sleeves tapering to deep points over the wrist and a scalloped neckline. The skirt was a full cascade of alternating tiers of tulle and lace. Her finger-tip illusion veil was held in place by a crown of seed pearls and net with matching side clips, She carried a bridal cascade bouquet of pink and white carnations tied with white ribbons and she wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. The wedding dinner was .served in the K. C. hall at Algona for the wedding party and immediate families' and friends. Centering the bridal table was • a three tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The reception was held there in the afternoon for relatives and friends. Mrs Laurel Chapman of Belmond 'attended the guest book. Mrs Katharine Schrauth Jr., and Mrs Mary Lou ..Becker, St. Joe, friends of the bride attended the gift table. Mrs Julius Seller and Mrs Walter Pudenz, godmothers oi the bride and groom respectively, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Coleen Studer and Mrs Inez Eden poured .coffee 'while Mrs Romona Huff and Mrs .Rosalie Studer served the punch. The wedding dance was held . in Duncan. Following the dance Mr and Mrs 'Reising left on trip to Colorado. The bride is a graduate of Wesley high school, attended Mankato business college and has since worked <in Des Moines and now at Algona. The 'groom graduated from the local public school and is employed nt Hamilton's Hatchery. They will live in Wesley, Janice Weir Weds" Janice Marie Weir, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Woir. became the bride of Albert Elliot Jondall, son of Mrs William Mitchell of Thornton and Floyd Jondell of Cedar Rapids June 14 at the Methodist church in Thornton at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Paul Hansen performed the ceremony. The bride wort 1 a white floor length gown of Chant illy lace and tulle paneled skirt over taffeta, lace bodice, white sabrina pearl and sequin neckline and long pointed sleeves. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a sequin and pearl trimmed tiara. Lucille DcVries of Omaha, Neb., was bridesmaid. Wed May 31, Whittemore Mr and Mrs John Keizer and claugh'te.rs of Hull moved last week into the apartment in the barber shop building. Kenny and Carol Weig of Corwith spent the weekend at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Joe Weig and family. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim joined the Don Vogel family of Lohrville and the Fred Vogels of Churdan for a picnic at Fort Dodge Sunday. The Christian Mothers will serve breakfast to their husbands, June 21, Father's clay, after the fi a. m. mass. Mr and Mrs David Raupe and daughter of Colorado and Mr and Mrs John Weir and children of Des Moines were Thursday guests in the Charles Weir hoine. Mrs Jennie Lukcn 'of 'Algona spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs Viola Studer. Summer activity for. baseball boys has started. Mr Jordan takes a school bus load of boys to Corwith each afternoon for practice and games. . : Mrs Dennis Thada, Mrs Charles Weir and Janice attended a shower at Thornton in the Legion hall for Janice who became the bride of Albert Jondall Sunday evening. Mrs John Bleich will begin remedial work at the public school here next week. Jim BleicJi visited Carol Martin in Des Moines over the weekend. The Wesley W. S. C. S. circles met Wednesday: circle 1 with Mrs Mildred Baylor, circle, 2 -with Mrs Delores Madsen and circle 3 with Mrs Cecelia Ackersbn. Gary Miner has gone to Fresno, Calif.', to work during the summer months. Molly and Prudence Erdman, daughters of Mr and Mrs Bernard Erdman of Cedar .Rapids, came June J5 to spend a week with their : grandparents,-Mr and Mrs. Paul Ecdman/and other.relatives: ''''""" Invitations have been -issued for the wedding of Marie Adele Ostercamp, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Ostercamp of Wesley and Dean 'F. Hiscocks of Britt, July 3 at 7:30 p. >m. in the Evangelical 'Free church at Britt. Mrs Mary Flom was honored Mr and Mrs Arnold Heldt are shown after their wedding in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore, Sunday, May .31. Mrs Heldt is the former Arlcne Struecker of West Bend and the couple- are at home on n farm near Mallard. The complete wedding story appeared in this paper June 4. (Isaacson photograph, Algona Upper Des Moines engraving). on her 80th birthday June .12 toy 30 Women's .Missionary Society members of the Evangelical 'Free church and several neighbor women. A social afternoon was followed by lunch and the presentation of a gift. Mr and Mrs'Karl Wester, iMar- go and) Kaye of Barron, Wis., were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs Bettie Wester. Mrs R. Bemtsen of Muskegon, Mich., spent June 7-15 with Mrs Mary Flom and daughters Ethel and Ann. Mr and Mrs Don Hanig spent Sunday through Wednesday at Vacation Village, Okoboji. •Mr and Mrs Glen Grain of Monona, visited the Carl Johnsons Sunday. Jeanne Haverly was honored at a birthday party at her parental Dennis Haverly home Monday afternoon. She was 8 years old.' . • : Mr and Mrs B.U1 Hauptly Survday' ''guests Jin' the 'Frank Bentele home ait Swea : City. Mrs Mary (Bradfield attended a wedding reception at Manly June 7 for Mr and Mrs Gary Christcnsdn. Wesleyans who attended the wedding of Janice Glawe and Geoi'ge Gunther at Corwith Sun- day evening included the lAug- ust, Herman, Donoven, -.'Leonard,' Poland and Duane Studers, Dale Dornbiers, Ray and Theron Hansen and Erling Floms, also Kermit and Merlin Studer. LAKOTANEWS Mrs Vera Dprsey" of Greenfield visited her mother, Mrs Signe Nelson and her sister and family, the' Alfred Christs, from Friday until Sunday. Memorial Day callers; ait 1 r . the Hannah Heetland 'home ' were her brother and wife, Mr ! and Mrs George Heeitland of Clear Lake. Mrs Francis Adams of Belle Plaine, former Dakotan spent Friday afternoon calling on Hark^ na-h Heetland, Mrs Ray Hertzk'e and Mi's C. C. Gerzema. Webers Honored At Bancroft On Anniversary Bafterofl —. <Dr. and -Mrs Ralph Weber were honored Friday evening 'by their children on their silver wedding anniversary. A large group of relatives' were present. Their- children were all here for the occasion. The Webers were presented with a gift and lunch was served, .pn. and Mrs Weber are the parents of three daughters and a son and are members of the Baptist church here. Suffers Stroke Mrs Louis Elsbccker, 91, suffered a stroke early Tuesday morning. (Mrs Elsbecker makes her home with her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wolf. Several Hospitalised John Kemna was taken 'by ambulance to the Veterans hospital Des Moines, after spending a few days with his family here. Mrs Kemna went to JDes '(Moincs to 1 be .with her husband. • Mrs E. J. iSeeny and Mrs Melvan Ditsworth went to 'Rochester Friday to be with Alfred iDits- worth and Mrs Alfred Ditsworth. Mr Ditsworth, a patient of St. Mary's hospital, has 'been seriously ill and was to undergo 'surgery Friday. Geo. Maguson is a patient of Holy Family -hospital, Estherville •for medical treatment. Mr Magusen manages the Welp produce station. Mr and Mrs Geo. Doocy went to Rochester Tuesday where Mr Doocy is undergoing, medical treatment. Arthur Weber is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester where he is undergoing medical treatment. Joseph, Mary'Lee and Helen Reuger drove to Rochester, Thursday to be with their father who is in the hospital there. Mr Reuger is expected to return home this week. Mr and Mrs Laurence Lappe are the parents of twins, a son and a daughter, 'born June 8 at :Estherville. HOAtWesiey Elevator Open House June 13 Wesley — Open House held Saturday June 13 from 10 tb 4 p.m. at both the lumber office' wirth, Glenn ft. Carlson, Louis ^.«*.J »*1 K-HJBIM i ^.—_ **Jltt **.**. ^*.£ <1_ >t 1?«*vWW* . * * ...»_ i j* i-n J**% Tfl Vlik.£wA«>^t ^Llf-tmr* T i*«*I A and elevator office of the ers Co-operative Co. numbereo" the registrations o! 600 1 or more. Coffee, doughnuts, cheese and cracker saftawiches were served to the attending public at boih places and each registered for the 36 prizes awarded at the close of open house. re won by er, Mrs Edna Flont Harriet Been- Prizes were won by Ray Hirn- ken, Leo Bleidh, Ethel Flom, Henry Pommer, George Hirner, Mrs I Ralph Crowley, Mrs Luke Young- Lickteig, C. F. Frirrtml, Mrs Louis LJcktetg, Frank Jfohhsott, Ltrdy Ferstl, Joe Lappe, Bernieee Vita* thum, John Arend. Mrs Emma Olson, Mrs Urban Lickteig, Mrs Merle Rasmussen, Mrs Ha?el Gerdes, Grace Simpson, Maynard Swanson, Lawrence Hansen, Mrs Opal Nygaard. Al Wagner, Mrs Ray Hirner, Mrs Ed Hildman, Mrs Martin Hamilton, Charles and Luther N; Clarence ;aard, ard, 'Boy Ralph d Fisher, Loveless and Elof Pearson. 76 Mr and Mrs C. H. Jacobson, formerly of Avoca, both 100 years old, recently celebrated their 76th wedding anniversary. They were married in Avoca in 1883 and now reside in Los Angeles. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT . . . Just When You Want Them Most!.. Thick, Thirsty Cannon Towels ... * , Heavy Weight, Generous 24 x 46 Size .... PINK SPICE BROWN O YELLOW WHITE ROSE LT. GREEN •TURQUOISE BLANKETS Handsome, light 'weight cotton summer blankets in four lovely pastel plaid patterns. 70 x 90 full bed size with stitched ends. Launders Beautifully ....... j SLIGHT IRREGULARS $1.99 TOWELS Printed Terry Kitchen towels, 18 x 30 size with fringed ends, "Lustre-Dry" finish . . . 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