The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1967 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper DCS Moinej Thursday, June 22, 1967 Pome/a Potter Is Wed Recently At Emmetsburg Upper DesMoines SOCIETY NEWS Pamela Kay Potter and A2/C Alden Michael Hermansen n were united in marriage at Bethany Lutheran Church, Emmetsburg, at a 7:30 p.m. candlelight service. Rev. Erllng A. Hansen performed the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Slier wood R. Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Alden M. Hermansen, all of Emmetsburg. Delmar Jensen sang, accompanied by Mrs. Allen Trelstad. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a candlelight ivory crepe gown with an English lace empire bodice and long puffed sleeves, gathered in back and falling into a train. Her finger-tip veil was of imported silk Illusion and matching lace. She carried her grandmother's wedding handkerchief made by her great-grandmother and a cascading bouquet of white roses and ivy. The bride's attendants were Donna Potter, Vickl Potter, Noreen Hermansen and Lorna Walker. Laurie Mileham was flower girl. Delmar Jensen was best man with Tom Kelly, Kerry Randa, and Paul Brown as groomsmen. Doug Potter, John Brennan and Jerry McCarty ushered. Mark Potter and Mike Kelly were can- dlellghters. Friends and relatives assisted at the reception In the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Pearl Potter, grandmother of the bride, was among the guests. The groom is stationed atHol- loman Air Force Base, New Mexico, and they will make their home in Almagordo, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Alden M, Hermansen entertained the wedding party for dinner at the Emmetsburg Country Club following rehearsal. LUNCH-BRIDGE Delia Welter was hostess at the luncheon and bridge party at AJ- gona Country Club June 14. Winners were Mesdames Roy Bjustrom, W.E. Hawcott and Julius Kunz. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Paul OsMnkle's birthday was observed Sunday and weekend guests who came to help her celebrate were the daughter, Paula, and her friend, June Harvey, Des Moines. Paula Is at present a nurses aide In a nursing home but In the fall will resume her studies as a student nurse. Because of results of an accident she transferred to a nursing home until fully recovered. She makes her home with Mrs. Harvey and June. Paula will be at the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing. - o - HAVE GUESTS Father's Day and the observance of four birthdays was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller's. Birthdays observed were those of Donna, Diane, Bernard and Greg Miller. Others In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mrs. Betty Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lichter and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad and the respective families. - o COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan will be hosts to their Couples Club Saturday evening, June 24. - o - HOSTS PARENTS Mrs, Harry Cutler had as Father's Day guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wilson, Alta. Mrs. Wilson suffered a broken hip some time ago but is now able to use a walker. - o - OPEN HOUSE Open house was held Sunday, June 18 at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel's, an observance of his 59th birthday, June 17, and Father's Day. Neighbors and friends called and among out-of- town guests were the Egel's daughter, Gwen and husband, and A Dagwood Snack or a Meal... it's always easier when you have a new frost-free electric refrigerator freezer. • When unexpected company drops in, just turn to your freezer and you have either dinner or a snack ready in a jiffy ... no rushing to the store. • When you want a late-at-night snack there's always something in the spacious refrigerator or the handy freezer to satisfy your appetite. • Today's modern refrigerator-freezer does away with annoying frost, ends defrosting chores forever. You have more storage space, greater convenience than ever. There's no time like the present to see your favorite appliance dealer abouu modern, electric refrigerator-freezer Algona Municipal Utilities Mr. and Mrs. James Kildew and three children, Prairie Village, Kans. - o - FATHER'S DAY At the Ranney Leeks, Father's Day M-as observed and also the birthday of Art Riedel. It was also a family gathering to honor Mr. Leek's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Leek and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyer, Avoca, Wise. Others in attendance were the mother, Mrs. Herman Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mr. and Mrs. VernonLeek, Mr. and Mrs. William Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frambach, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riedel and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dlvis, LuVerne. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Marie Kunz entertained her birthday club Tuesday with luncheon at noon followed by bridge at her home. The anniversary of Helen Dlngley was observed. - o - AT GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller were at Mankato recently to attend the graduation of their grandson, John Lovstad, from Mankato College. The exercises were held at 10 a. m. and guest speaker was Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The Vice President was accompanied by his wife and a few relatives. Secret service men and policemen were In evidence and his trip was made In the President's helicopter. Others of John's relatives In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Mrs. Betty Miller and Mrs. Raymond Lichter. John is employed at Okoboji for the summer, but this fall will teach music in the Boone Valley School at Renwick. - o - SHOWERS HONOR Maureen Thilges was honoree at a miscellaneous coin shower given at St. Cecelia's Academy, June 4. Five hundred wasplayed with prizes going to Sharon Lemkee, Linda Green and Mrs. Leona Baker. Mrs. Duane Nelson, Algona, and Lori Becker, St. Joe, were hostesses to a personal bridal shower given at the Nelson home in honor of Maureen Thilges who became the bride of Charles Baker Saturday, June 17. Present were the bride's mother, Mrs. Oswald Thilges, Mrs. Julius Cink, Mrs. Dennis Miller of West Bend, Mary Jane and Doris Taphorn, Doreen Thilges, Mrs. Ellen Gatton, Connie Thilges, Patty Cink, Margaret Heerdt, all of Algona, and Mrs. Kenny Krapp of Bancroft. Former Algona Girl Is Wed In Colorado The Shrine of St. Anne's Catholic Church, Arvada, Colo., was the setting May 6 for the double ring marriage of Barbara Ann Drone and Russell Dean Darling, it was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drone, Lakewood, Colo., former residents of Algona and Whittemore. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Darling of Thornton, Colo. Re^. Daniel Conners officiated at the nuptial mass. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long sleeved floor-length gown of imported silk lace with a short train. The fitted bodice was decorated with seed pearls and she carried an orchid with lily of the valley. Matron of honor was Mrs. Wm. Rains and Mrs. Darrell Carruth, bridesmaid. Best man was James Drone and Dennis Darling was groomsman. Ushers were Darrell Carruth and William Rains. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 100 relatives and friends at the Shrine of St. Anne's school hall with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sampson and Mrs. Lucille Corso, hosts. Mrs. James Drone and Mrs. Donald Steinman poured, while Ruth Lickteig and Marilyn Corso were attendants at the punch table. Debra Ann Drone presided at the guest table. After a wedding trip to Glenwood Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Darling are at home in Wheatridge, Colo. Bode Man Is Recipient Of Honor Award ALBERT CHRISTENSEN Albert Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Bode, was recently presented with a zero defects performance award for outstanding contribution to L.M.S.C. for an idea submitted. : This 'is 'the' 'first award given in '• five years. Albert graduated from Garrigan and DeVry Electronic School of Chicago and is presently employed at Lockheed Missile & Space Corp., San Francisco. Fireworks Start Car On Fire; Kids Blamed The Algona Fire Department was called to the 100 block on South Jones Street about nine o'clock Monday evening to extinguish a blaze in an old parked car owned by Clarence Zaugg, Algona. The fire was believed to have been started by some pranksters throwing fire crackers in the area. The two city trucks called to the blaze attracted over two hundred "spectators". Algona police remind area citizens that fireworks are illegal and persons lighting them will be reprimanded and fined. Demo Meeting The Democratic Women of Kossuth county will hold their monthly meeting at the V.F.W. hall in Swea City Tuesday, June 27, at 7:30 p. m. Guest speaker will be Richard Anderson of the ASC who will talk on farm problems. MR. FARMER! LET'S REASON ABOUT HAIL INSURANCE ON GROWING CROPS. Reason No. 1: It cost about $50 on acre to raise an acre of corn and $40 per acre to raiss an acre of beans. Reason No. 2: You have used last years profits to put in this years crop. Reason No. 3: The biggest danger to your crops in this area is HAIL on these crops. Reason No. 4: Weatherwise we have had an unusual spring, and have not had many bad hail storms in the last few years. Reason No. 5: Bohannon Insurance can protect your income from loss by hail, at a low reasonable cost. Reason No. 6: Act now before e hall storm hits, by calling $.5443 or stopping in his efflct at 6 N. Dodge Street, across frpm Iowa State Bank. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona 295-5443 . (48-49) ODDS AM) ENDS Continued from P. 1 In fact, as wealthy as the little country had become, its government could not support its free-loaders at home and the armies abroad at the same time. Eventually it became bankrupt. There was no longer any money to pay the armies for their defense, and the enemies from the east and north swept in and conquered the little country, destroying its wealth and influence once and for all, and subjecting its people to the severest form of tyranny. And so the history of the little country came to an end. The forces of darkness both within and without had finally extinguished the guiding light that had directed the nation to its greatness. We were, of course, speaking of the Romans and their empire . . .but doesn't the story really sound a littlp bit familiar? Plum Creek Elite The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held at the home of Kathy Elmers with 13 members present. 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