6-Algonn (la.) Upper Des Moln«$ Thursday, May 4, 1967 Sexton Cleanup Planned, But Not This Way SEXTON — Sexton folks certainly take things calmly. Or maybe it was just they didn't know they were in the middle of a tornado until they read it in the UDM the next day! Sexton folks are also trained to know what to do in case of a tornado. Like the couple who stood in the breeze way watching the big hailstones fall, or the couple who ducked into the trailer house in the yard. Now Elmer knows he really has a solid little trailer that should be safe any place. We're just all happy It was the steel bin east of the trailer that sailed over the top of the chicken house and landed in the middle of the highway. The local ladles club hud been talking of promoting a clean-up the town event but they surely didn't plan on doing It the easy way — with a tornado I Much of the damage was confined to destruction of old buildings, but don't mention tills to Corrinne Gabrielson while she is still trying to clean up the mess resulting from windows going out on the south side of the house during the storm. Hut the best evidence there really was a tornado Is the row of mangled trees on the Joe Mergen farm south of town. - o - The Glenn Gubrielsons had their own exciting weekend with u lot of company, even for them. The center of all the attention was the wedding of Kenyon Gal>- rielson and Katliy Ites of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gabrielson were hosts to 20 of the wedding party at a rehearsal dinner Thursday evening. Among the guests here for the wedding were Mr. Gabrielson's mother from Starbuck, Minn., accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Donald Anderson and children; Mr. and Mrs. Wally Murphy of Cedar Falls; Martha Anderson of Ellsworth; Mr. and Mrs.Ger- ald Gabrielson of St. Paul; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabrielson of Clear Lake. Visiting at the Gabrielson home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith, David Gabrielson, who was best man for his cousin, and his fiancee, Chris Martone from New York. All hands pitched In to help mop up water at the height of the storm and Miss Martone found it all a fascinating experience - they don't have things like this In New York. If you're going to entertain company from out of town, you might as well go all out. Spending a few extra days with his grandparents, Mark Murphy wasn't too happy with lights-out situation at the Gabrlelsons Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy went to Vermilllon, S.D. to Inspect the college campus. IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole drove to Knopp, Wise, to spend the weekend with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dole. Mrs. Miirle Frankl returned home Thursday after spending several weeks at the home of her son, Gerald Frankl and family at So. Sioux City, Nebr., then by plane to California for a month with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. George Schumacher of Austin, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Marguerite Hayes and in the afternoon attended the 40th wedding anniversary open house at St. Benedict for Mr. and Mrs. Al Kosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stork and Rosemary of Bancroft were Sunday callers at homes of her aunts, Mrs. Marie Frankl and Marguerite Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schulz and daughters visited their son John at Des Moines where he is attending school. Now In Office Doyle 0. Carpenter, area school superintendent, will be making his office at Estherville Community College building for the next two weeks. The phone number is 362-2650. If you find fancy cooking easy and plain cooking a snap, you're cooking with gas. ROPER CHARM Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving njluul gi> to jour local (» company Ledyard Girl And Missouri Man Are Wed LEDYARD - In a candlelight service at the Evangelical and Reformed church In Ledyard, Saturday, April 8, Janls Fay Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz, and Harold E. Bratton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Bratton of Grandview, Mo., were united In marriage. Rev. Victor Vrlesen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Eldon Haas was organist and accompanied soloist Dale Brandt. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a soft candlelight Ivory brocade gown with a batteau neckline, Lohengrin sleeves; self-covered buttons swept down the side of the bodice and skirt. The dome-shaped skirt swept into a chapel length train. Her finger tip veil fell from a crown of seed pearls and lily of the valley. Her jewelry was a dainty silver chain with a drop pearl and her grandmother's wedding ring. She carried a cascade arrangement of peach colored Jack-o'-lantern roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. Harley Paschke, bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry DeBoer and Mrs. James Goetz. Cynthia Kae Paschke served as flower girl. The groom's attendants were Charles Bratton, Ray Workman, Al Ecklund and Fred Leeth. The ring bearer was Steven Bratton. Candlelighters were Roger Goetz, Jr., and Randall Goetz. Ushers were Roger and James Goetz and Harley Pasclike. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony for 200 guests. Pamela Rusher of Bancroft was in charge of the guest book. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson. Mrs. Harold Woodyard and Mrs. Albert Goetz served punch, Mrs. John Berry poured coffee, and Mrs. Chas. Bratton and Mrs. Ray Workman cut and served the wedding cake. Vivian Thede, Janet Specht, Mrs. Frances Mether and Mrs. John Elchhorn were waitresses. Kristin Goetz, Caron Goetz, Dawn and Tamara Paschke and Tresa Bratton carried trays. Mrs. Al Ecklund, Mrs. Fred Leeth, Mrs. Emll Rossnau, Mrs. Stanley Ellman and Mrs. Dennis Werlnga were In charge of the gift table. The couple will make their home at Kansas City, Mo. - o - TWO BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Albert Barnes celebrated her 88th birthday April 16 at her home. Mr. Barnes observed his 83rd birthday March 30 and in honor of both birthdays her children and their families had a pot-luck dinner. Elghteenwere present. They were her daughters, Irene, Mrs. Glenn Behse of Des Moines; Dorothy and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dolrenry of Chicago; and sons, Jake, Bennie and their wives from Baxter; and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stubbee, Bonnie and Laurie of Ankeny. Her granddaughter, Linda and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Maggard and sons of Mlngo and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. John Walterman of Ledyard. - o - DAUGHTER ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. John Kramers- meier announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Faye Anette, to Robert Boland, son of Mrs. Nina Boland and the late W. B. Boland, formerly of Swea City, now of Forest City. Faye is employed at Minneapolis. Her fiance Is currently serving with the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Princeton. A July wedding is planned. - o JUNIOR SCOUTS Junior Girl Scouts met April . See the New ' MAGIC CHEF TAPPAN * t • CORONADO GAS RANGES 207 E. State Phone 295-3411 Algona, Iowa See the New AND MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGES AT NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER 310 E. State Phone 295-3818 310 E. start rnone ^VS-JBIH • t mm mm mm mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm See the New GAS RANGE AT COAST - TO - COAST 22 E. State Phone 295-5432 Algona, Iowa See the New WARD'S GAS RANGE AT MONTGOMERY WARD 16 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3538 10. Merry Vrlesen served treats, after which a puppet show was given by Dawn Gustafson, Bonnie Jorgenson and Karen Engelbarts. Karen wrote the skit entitled, "The Ghost Who Never Came." The meeting was closed with the flag ceremony and singing "Taps." - o CONTRIBUTE $79.nO Contributions to the Easter Seal campaign fund amounted to $79.50 in the town of Ledyard and Ledyard township, according to Chairman Mrs. Bernard Reilly. - o The annual Parent-Teacher award night banquet and presentation oi awards was held Apr. 11 at the Ledyard school. The evening's activities began with a 6:30 dinner which was served by members of the PTA in the school dining room. Legion Auxiliary will meet at the hall May 2. Mrs. Raymond Sorenson will be hostess. All members are urged to be present as plans for Poppy Day will be made. There will be a Cub Scout Pack meeting at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church basement Friday evening, April 28, at 8 p. m. ST. JOE Franklin Wagner and John Wagner, Mesa, Ariz., arrived here Thursday for a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, and other relatives and friends. Franklin left for home, Wednesday via plane from Sioux Falls, So. Dak with John planning on spending the summer here. Father Jordan Grimes, a Pas- sionist Father from Des Moines, assisted here Monday, May 1, Feast Day of St. Joseph the Worker at a Parish Day of Recollection. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertained the R-Nu 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Edwin Thilges as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Edwin Thilges and Mrs. N. J. Weydert. Mrs. Ed Bormann entertains the club May 25. movie clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY Complete Program begins: 7:009:03 p. m. "Thunder Alley" 7:33-9:31 p. m. SATURDAY KIDDIE Matinee Complete Program begins: 1:30 p. m. "Brass Bottle" - 2:02 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00 - 4:20- 8:06 p. m. "The Greatest Story Ever Told" - 1:00-4:50-8:30 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:00 p. m. "The Greatest Story Ever Told"-7:36 p.m. STARUTE DRIVE-IN THURSDAY and SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 8:30 p. m. "Frankie and Johnny" 8:44 p. m. "Pll Take Sweden" 10:36 p. m. FRIDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:30 p. m. "Pll fake Sweden" - 8:44 p. m. "Frankie and Johnny" - 10:35 p. m. SUNDAY andTUESDAY-Com- plete Program begins: 8:30p.m. "Thunder Alley" - 8:44 p. m. "Lost World of Slnbad"-10:39 p. m. MONDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:30 p.m. "Lost World Of Sinbad"-8:44p.m. "Thunder Alley" - 10:44 p. m. WEDNESDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:30p. m. "Tenth Victim" - 8:44 p. m. "Casanova 70"-10:41 p. m. BIG n,\Rr,.\|>. KINSLEY. K.in. —Keii-. her house cost Mrs. James 7lmmet «2" less than expected. In the process she fnunrl that much rnnnev ttirkerf away In oh- sciire hiifine plares. ALGONA THURS. - FRI. - SAT., MAY 4-5-6 .. PANAVISION- MD COLOR /V PLACE OF OUR REGULAR PROGRA SATURDAY a* 1:30 P.M You'l/GefToSee.... 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