The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1967 · Page 16
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Af/ss Johnson Wed Here Maxine Ardel Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Lorene Johnson and the late Clifford Johnson of Algona, and James Richard Haas, son of Herbert Haas, Algona, were united in marriage at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, March 25, 1967, at 4 p. m. with Rev. Paul Sohn officiating at the double ring ceremony. . The bride wore a street-length white shantung gown with a fitted bodice and A-line skirt and featured bell sleeves edged with lace. Her tulle veil with a wedding ring crown of shantung and lace, matched the bridal gown. She carried a bouquet of white croft lilies. Mrs. Jan Gardner served as matron of honor. Gerald Haas served as best man. Mrs. Vince Bernardo, soloist, was accompanied at the organ by Wilbert Ruhnke. Following the wedding a dinner was served at the Johnson House in Algona for 50 guests. Beverly Johnson, Algona, had charge of the guest book; Mrs. Ralph Stoll, LuVerne, cut the cake; and Mrs. Gerald Haas, Mrs. Roland Haas and Mrs. Harlan Haas had the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Algona High School and is employed at Weidenhoff Corp., Algona. The groom spent two years in the army, 1951-53, and is now engaged in farming. After a wedding trip in the southern states, the young couple will be at home at a farm east of Algona. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) rr irr Four Straight A" Students At Titonka TITONKA - Titonka High School honor roll for the third quarter is as follows: SENIORS - Straight "A", Cheryll Hill and Valerie Miller; others, Mary Bahling, Arnold Baker, James Blain, Carmen Beenken, Robert Carroll, Sheryl Heesch, Michael Higgins, Judy Isebrand, David Kitzinger, Paul Larsen, Elaine Mayland, Anita Moore, Susan Roberts, Karen Ricklefs, Sandra Schutjer, Jo Ann Smidt and Rose Stecker. JUNIORS - Glenn Bartlett, Lawrence Beenken, Ronald Boekelman, Cynthia Budlong, Linda Gingrich, Sydelle Harms, David Isebrand, Lois Janssen, Violet Jaren, Leon Pannkuk, Barbara Post, Linn Roberts and Cecil Welhousen. SOPHOMORES-Darrell Beenken, Cheryl Cunningham, Donavan Giesking, Rodney Isebrand, Mardean Meier and Paul Tapper. FRESHMEN - Straight "A", Marilyn Post and Gayle Ricklefs; others, Joyce Boekelman, Karl Boyken, Jim Carlson, Barbara Hodson, Marilyn Hopkes, Patricia Isebrand, Jerold Mar- ttnek, Donna Mayland, Timothy Miller, Joyce Piasier, Merel Ricklefs, Judith Schmidt, Roger Spear and Janyce Strutters. Lu Verne resident member of ISU baseball team LU VERNE-John Wickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce'Wickett of Lu Verne, was a member of the Iowa State University baseball team making the spring baseball tour to Little Rock, Ark., during Easter vacation. John is a 1965 graduate of Lu Verne Community High School and is a sophomore at Iowa State University in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty have returned home from a two weeks' vacation . visiting their children. They visited with their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Marty in Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marty in Marshalltown. They also visited their daughters, Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Link and family in Genoa, m., and Mr. and Mrs. George Hargrove In Raleigh, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson, Tony and David, have returned home after spending a few days at Tablerack Lake near Branson, Mo., in the Quarks. Debbie, daughter of the Hendersons, stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Richardson, as she had to attend school. Roland Walline has returned home from the Britt hospital where he was a patient. Mrs. Frank Kendall of Badger and Cort Holmes of Fort Dodge were guests in the home of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Mrs. Allyn Brink spent the week end in Ames as guests of their daughters, Clara and Rae Ann, who are attending Iowa State University in Ames. The mothers were guests of Delta Zets. Sorority of which their daughters are members. Tbe sorority annually sponsors a Mother's Tea and Dinner on Saturday and a Breakfast on Sunday morning on Norther's Week end tt Iowa State University ia Ames. Bert Thomas, who has been a surgical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Ft Dodge lor tbe past 11 days, returned home Thursday. U-Go-LGo The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club held their monthly meeting April 3 at the home of Marsha, Diana, and Cynthia Winter. 4-H pledge was led by Charlotte Lemkee. Diana Muller was elected for state 4-H conference. Becky Tielebein and Mary Helen Bestenlehner were elected to go to district camp. Charlotte Lemkee and Debbie Sewick were elected for junior camp. It was decided the club would take May baskets to the county home. The club is having a bake sale April 8 at Hood's Super Valu. Talks were given by Sherry Bulten and Linda Hauser. Demonstrations were given by Debbie Missal and Diana Muller. New Officers Four Corner Mother and Daughter Club will meet April 13 at the home of Marlys Bjustrom. Eula Rich will be assistant hostess. Roll call will be an exchange of garden bulbs or plants. The new officers elected at the last meeting are: president, Deanne Gerber; vice president, Evelyn McNeill; 2nd vice president, Beverly Kuecker; secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Bjustrom; assistant secretary- treasurer, Gladys Eisenbarth; and historian, Irene Bjustrom. Irvington Ideals The March meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H Club was held in the St. Benedict School. Mary Harig president. Pledges were led by the hostesses Judy and Julie Rae Nail. A meeting for the officers was held March 24 at the Ramond Harig residence. Mary Hang's idea was adopted. Judy Nail gave a talk on 'warm and cool colors.' Demonstrations were, 'the mixing of colors' by Debbie Pecoy and 'color schemes' by Kathy Bernhard. Tuesday, April 11, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Det Mointe-11 Set Meeting Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club will meet Apr. 13 at the home of Mildred Richter. Co-hostesses are Helen Vogel and Ethel Smith. There wfll be an exchange of plants, seeds and bulbs. For program, Miss Sotira Soipet, exchange s '? Thailand, who is living with the James Dodds famfly in Union township, wfll ten of her homeland and show pictures. ST. JOE Ellen Regan, Chicago, Patrick) Momat, Manila Philippines, Judy Bormann, Ronnie Bormann, Worth Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Daven- 4/ort, were weekend visitors here IB tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Manice Reding and family. Pafl Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann, and Randy KoUasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, spent their Easter vacation here Compare Gchl's sk*rt-eh«p !• mmy crop! Pot the GcM Chop-All into action! Tom early cot forage into profits... fast Without Mcrifiring capacity. Hook-up the "quick-switch'* hay pick-up attachment Set the Select-A-Cut transmission for that fine-chopped, Vi-in. cut Head the Chop-All down your heaviest windrows. Watch Gehl's multi-tined pick-up power and spring- mounted positive feeding auger gobble up die crop. Stop! Now check die cut See proof of die Chop-All's fine chopping. Note how die Chop-All's chrome-edged knives* and tungsten-carbide cutter bar deliver fine chopped forage. Forage that will pack tighter and feed out better. Learn why thousands of satisfied Chop-All owners agree diat seeing is believing ... with die Chop-All. Stop in soon. Get details on die full Gehl chopper line, die only line that offers a chopper to match any tractor power. While you're at it, ask about die Chop-King (self-propelled or pull-type) . . . biggest chopper going. •Ask about GehTs portable. 10JMO RPM Knife Sharpener that grinds to a razor edge. You get minute per knife sharpening. Go* or electric model*. DEHL Make us Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA, IA. LADIES: WIN BIG CASH PRIZES IN SCHULTZ BROS. SPRING BONNET CONTEST RULES All ladies (and men) may enter. Simply look up one of your old hats, decorate it to suit your fancy and bring it to Schultz Bros, show room. You may enter as many hats as you like, but only one hat a day. Bring entries in covered containers with your name and address on them. We will replace your name with a number before displaying. All entries based on humor or beauty and will be judged by three ladies profficient in ladies' hats. All hats wil become property of Schultz Bros. PRIZES First 10 Entries $2.00 each $20.00 First Prize $25.00 Second Prize $15.00 Third Prize $10.00 (4) Fourth Prizes $5.00 each $20.00 (5) Fifth Prizes $2.00 each $10.00 ENTER YOUR SPRING BONNET - THERE'S A LOT OF MONEY WAITING FOR THE WINNERS! Judging will be heU APRIL 21, starting at 1:30 in our show room. You are welcome to watch the judging. After the judging, the hats will become property of Schultz Bros. HURRY - ENTER NOW! GAS KM LESS - PREMIUMS. TOO ! 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