The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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J-*lB*fto (In.) U|>p*r 0«ii M»i(i« th'uruloy, Augml 6, 1959 George Pefrce Of Algona Takes A Waferloo Bride Bonnie O'Green and Patty Quirm gave talks and Marjorid tobih shewed us i«e ptotjer ways to clean and -srax floors. Lunch was served -by the hostess. • • Barbara Mine A pre-nuptial shower !«?as held for Barbara Mino at the (Baptist Church at Swea CHy July 28. Barbara, her mother, Mrs Waller Mino, Mrs Detlmer Thompson, Mrs 'Mabel Mino and Mrs E. E. Thompson were given corsages of gladiolas and roses, made and presented by iMrs Vern Anderson. Mrs Sam Link received the guests and Mrs Leon McCoy was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Eldon Link was in charge of the program, which was. aa follows: 'Mrs Lowell Larson had devotions; a duet was sung toy Diane Mino and Wallis Reynolds; a ski I by Mrs Sam Link and Mrs Marvin Larson; a vocal solo by Karen Ramse; a poem by <Mr3 Lars fikaar; a reading by Mrs Leon McCoy; and a vocal trio, Carol Franks, Darlene 'Mino and Tvvyla Pulver. Barbara opened her gifts with the assistance of Diane and Darlene Mino and Shirley Stenzel & Mrs Tonv Winters. A dessert lunch was servec with Mrs Donald Anderson ir charge of the coffee service anc Mrs (Donald Mino in charge of the punch. Hostesses' were Mcsdames Robert Moritz, Orville Miller, Raymond Johnson, Sam Link, Ervin; Link, Eldon Link, Lowell Larson, Gladyce Hanson, Nora Olson, Glen Olson, Harold Hcsvig, Marvin Larson, Virgil Jensen, 'Leon McCoy, Thomas Preston,-C. O, Watenbury, Otto Kelly, Sam Gibson, Martin Tokheim, William Tokheim, Soren Pederson, Lars Skaar, Merle Johrison, Vernon Hutchinson, Vern Anderson, Paul Isenmann and Irven Huskamp. ertalned 'Mr and Mrs Carl Linda and Larry ami Mr and Arthur Atiderson at dinner, Andersons have iWo other dren, Paul Alan and Ron Hdse'rt, the following Amities,, eft joyed a picnic dinner at, tha Milton Peterson home Sunday: >Mf atii Mrs Reginald Peterson 1 , and Mf8 Alma Peterson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Harold Peterson and family of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Linus -Peterson and Danny of Willmar, Minn. . , I Mr and Mrs'Harold Peterson moved to Estherville Saturday. Afternoon callers at •the iMilldn Peterson's Sunday were Mr and Mrs Me»lin Perry of Vincennes, Indiana, Mr and Mrs Bill Northern of Thompson, 'Mr and Mrs Lyle Blair and their >four children of Granada, Minn, and Mr^ and Mrs Eugene Blair of Minneapolis. -•; The Harley Work and Virgil Tokheim families of Swea City, attended the Work-Isenberger reunion at Clear Lake Sunday,, ; Several families met at Fort Defiance, Estherville, Sunday for Miss Collene Bingaman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Worth Bingaman of Waterloo, Iowa, was given in marriage by her father, to George A. Peirce, -son of Mr and 'Mrs Kenneth Peirce, 214 Sb. Ackley St., Algona, on Saturday, July 25, at 2:30 p.m. at the St. Paul -Methodist Church in Waterloo. Rev: Harold Sparks officiated at 'the double ring ceremony. .The bride wore a floor length gown- ^of fine imported hand clipped-lace fashioned' with long tapered sleeves and a sabrina neckline. • The bouffant skirt tascaded over tiers of tulle. The fingertip' .veil', of 1 imported silk Ulusibn wak caught to a Juliet captaccented with-shirrs* of tulle edged with pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink ''sweetheart rose buds. Her attendants were her sister, Mrs Lawrence Wolf of Waterloo as matron of honor, Mrs Patrick Quigley and Mrs James Patton both of Waterloo, as bridesmaids. Flower girls were Debra Wolf, niece of the bride and Virginia Sheridan, niece of the groom. Candlelighters were Connie and Janet Bates, cousins of the bride. All wore identical gowns of baby blue celanese. The bridegroom's attendant.? were his brother-in-law, Robert M. Sheridan of Waterloo as best man, Charles E. Harmon, brother-in-law, of Algona and Albert Richardson of Sioux City as groomsmen. Ushers were James Doocy and George Platt of Algona and Alvin Lundh of Dubuque. The ring bearer was David Sheridan, nephew of the bridegroom. All wore tormal attire. 'The bride's mother wore a gown of blue lace with blue accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige lace gown with pink accessories. Both mothers wore white corsages. A reception followed in ' the cjhurch parlors with Mrs Frank Bingamah of Charilon, Iowa, Mrs Dawson Smith of Grand Prairie, Texas, and Mrs James Bates of • Independence, Iowa, all aunts ol the bride, at the serving table. Mrs Cecil Wood was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Robert (Sheridan of Waterloo and Mrs Charles E. Harmon of Algona, sisters of the bridegroom, were s at the gift table. Mrs Peirce attended Iowa State Teachers College and has been employed at the John Deere Co. Mr Peirc& is employed at the ' John Deere Co. of Waterloo where the couple are at home. (UDM Engraving) Swea Auxiliary Will Host District Meet Swea & Eagle — At their regu lar meeting July 20, members of the V.F.W. Auxiliary regretfully accepted the resignation of Peggy MaeahUmal fixtm her erf f ice Mrs William Tobin and Mrs Kenneth Broncs were Thursday fcallers at the home of'Mrs Mamie -Barker in Fairmont. Jeffrey Dean, infant son of Mi and Mrs Robert Anderson, wa: laplized Sunday at the Immanue Lutheran church. Sponsors wer< Larry Lien and 'Mrs Jack Bliei (by proxy) of Stuttgart, Ger many., Linda Lien was a wit ness. Mr and Mrs Anderson en- a picnic, including the Floyd Brekkes ' and the Wendell Dlts- worths. > . Recent visitors at the John Cordes' were their daughter and family, • the Don Lunnings of Kasson, Minn, and Mrs Cordes' brother and< family, the Elmer. Lowes of Cylinder. [ • Families enjoying a picnic at a park at Mankato were Mr and rtrs David Earp, the Mayttai-d fensons, Du.ane Jensons, -Jim restbns, Joe 'Preslons and'Mi* and Mrs Roger Linde and sons The Harold Jones and Gordon Jones families attended a reunion at Carroll, Sunday, with the five Jones brothers and their families present. Mrs Mary Budlong of Titpjika was a guest of her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Harold, Jones, a few days,last week. Mr and Mrs Bob Berggren and family of Rochester are spending a few days at the Wayne Thompsons. ' Mrs Warren Drones, iMarna and Robert attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs Drones' mother, Mrs Herb Patterson, Saturday afternoon at the Pattersons in Buffalo Center. ' '• .' Mr and Mrs Wayne Smith of Fairmont were Thursday evening supper guests of the Francis Tor- ines. MrsVirgil Jetisen charged from the hdS d"y at .Rochesier, and returned ma on Saturdtey. :,-*; Little Greg ^oWlHbW § old son of ffie Jbhm was honored It a »irthd«y. Friday evening. Ift, ailditjj&tt' td his great-grandparents, Mr' affd Mrs B. fi. f-htfffip&nv^na fiiS grandparents, the D e 11 m e r Thompsons, Mr and Mrs Duane Erickson and softs, -Mr and Mrs Everett Erioksoft and falrttHy, Lionell Tho^miJStjA, Gene Thotnp* son and 'Bar&arsi. Mlftd 'helped him celebrate. • Picnicking at Arnolds Park Sunday were Mr and 'Mrs Elyin Swanson, Mr and Mrs 31en Ol* son and Richard, Mr-and Mrs Rueben Molcomb and children, Mr and Mrs Darrell Newlin and family and Mr and Mrs Herman Schutter and children of Spen- CGI** Recent guests of the Laurel Petersons were Mrs Peterson's mother, Mrs Otto Falk,' a cousin, Margaret Larson, Hilda Kronbeck and Mrs Esther Krombeck all of Grove City, Minn. Kimberly Hans, granddaughter of the Walter Hans, spent the day Sunday with her grandparents. Harlan, David and iEugehe Rippentrop attended the Tapper reunion at Webster City Sunday. Sunday, Mr and Mrs (Everett Riftpentrop attended- the 25th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr and iMrs George Ennen at the Presbyterian church at La* kota. i Mrs her WdecfHftaftii stiffcHS&i * . ed at the Lawreiicls at Armstrong Friday evening ' 'ft'tMfflctav Atiba* Jiome the WMfcd^^HWfe Abba|tof G^aftaldft, tfhe fallowing families ftath&£$ td> help Hhift" observe; his birthday; the Arlo Krumwieotes, Lyle Krumwiedes, Arlo Hanstftis, Donald Geikens of Swea CityV^ Mariin Geerdes, Kenneth «Mullarkey and Jimmy and .the <Bdb Geerdes family were Sunday visitors at the Wendell Tfroff home at Siduk Falls, S. D. FAST. : .sm . Injection' BICSLLIN FORTIFIED SWINE ERYSIPELAS . Treat with a single shot 'for fast 'germ-killing action plus prolonged effect for five days or more. , RUSK DRUG 117 E. State OUR CONGRATULATIONS i 3- "^fffilf : jit. nu LI *• hi-neighbo? 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Heckart • CYpress 4-2160 Plumbing and Heating Installations Were Made By Our Firm , . .-•. * . • .• • ~ IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT The auxiliary discussed plans for the 6th District meeting which will be held in Swea City, Sept. 6. ' Mrs Everett Johnson and Mrs Robert Sigsbee were in charge of the social hour and Mrs William Walstead, Mrs Earl Berg and Mrs George Machumal were hostesses lor rexrcshments. Setllers Get Together ... „ The Grant Ola Settlers "Picnic was held July "20. Otficcrs for the ensuing year are: Sam Link, Swua City, president; Martin- i'okheim, vice piesidenl; a ad OVfrs Roy Mino of Eimore will continue lo serve as secretary and treasurer. ••'• •Mrs Mabel Mino read letters fiom friends unable to attend. The program began with 'Rev. Parmer giving devotion^., .Kuren Ramse, 'WalUs - Reynolds ' and Diane Mino sang a hymn. A poem was read by Mrs Lars Skaar. ..... C. -W. Hammond, Sac City, a former superintendent of Grant school, spoke on past incidents at Grant. 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