The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1967 · Page 10
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4-Algong (la.) Upper D M Moinn Tuesday, July 11, io 6 7. Dorothy Bormann Weds Californian At St. Joe ST. JOE - Dorothy Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, St. Joe, and James S. Shomaker, son of Mrs. Carlo Ray, Costa Mesa, Calif., and J. S. Shomaker, June Lake, Calif., were united in marriage June 23 at 11 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Rev. L. C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. Ruth Lappe, niece of the bride, was maid of honor. Thomas Ray, step-brother of the groom, was best man. Herbert C. Bormann and Dr. Joel B. Bormann, Schamburg, m., brothers of the bride, served as ushers. Acolytes were Louis Bormann, Danny Bormann, Steve Lappe and Karl Streit, nephews of the bride. A dinner reception was held at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona, at noon. Karen Lappe, niece of the bride, was in charge of the guest book, with Mildred Bormann and Mary Jane Origer opening the gifts. The couple will be at home in Atlanta, Ga. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Wedding Licenses Four wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Larry C. Vaage and Shirley C. Gray, June 28; Gerald J. Mulvehill and Roberta Fultz, June .30; and John P. Wagner and Verna E. Rezabek; and Robert Boland and Faye Kramersmeier, July 3. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" WATCH FOR THE IP&M STONE CO. HUMBOLDT, IOWA L 332- 1256 330 o™ *"""""~MM~M^M%r Heart Fight (s Strengthened With $83,000 The Iowa medical community's fight against heart disease has been greatly strengthened within the past several rainy weeks with over $83,000 in medical research grants being awarded, and the establishment and funding of two professional cardiac nursing educational programs to be conducted at the College of Nursing, University of Iowa, Iowa City. Seventeen Iowa research scientists were named this past week by the Iowa Heart Association to receive over $83,000 in research grants, it was announced Thursday by Alfred J. Herlitzka, M. D., of Mason City, incoming president of the Iowa Heart Association. At the same time, Dr. Herlitzka announced the Iowa Heart Association's funding of a $2,000 Nursing Fellowship and a second $3,400 funding for a statewide cardiac nursing instructional program. Both of these programs will be conducted at the College of Nursing at the University of Iowa. Still Selling Golf Shares At Whittemore A very large crowd was present Monday night, June 26, for the golf meeting in the Legion hall, Whittemore. The sale of $100 membership certificates is over the halfway mark. People from neighboring towns have shown considerable interest and are signing up. Board members are urging anyone that is interested in golf to sign up before the next meeting July 10 at 8:30 in the Legion hall. They are also asking the help of others in the community who are interested in having this worthwhile project made available to sign up for a membership certificate. The group is in the process of acquiring land for the golf course east of town on the blacktop. Those interested in the project or who have any questions may contact any member of the board, Vic Perkins, H.R. Pettit, Ed Elbert, Albert Kramer, Jug Germann or Harold Poppen, and many others. King's Mother Heart Victim Bob King, basketball and baseball coach at Algona High during the late forties and early fifties, arrived here Thursday for a visit with friends only to learn that his mother, Mrs. Earl King, 74, succumbed to a heart attack just ten minutes after he had left his parent's home at Gravity. A highway patrol alert was sent out immediately, but Mr. King did not learn of his mother's death until he arrived here. He returned at once to Gravity with his three children where they had spent one day of a planned 10-day trip to Iowa. Funeral services for Mrs. King were held Saturday at Bedford with burial at Gravity. ' She is survived by her husband and two sons. Bob is varsity basketball coach at New Mexico University, a post he has held successfully during recent years, Peace Corps Test Kossuth county residents interested in helping the people of developing nations to help themselves are invited to take the Peace Corps Placement Test at 1:30 p. m., Saturday, July 15, at the post office building, Mason City. The test measures general aptitude and the ability to learn a foreign language, not education or achievement It is given to determine where and how an applicant will be happiest and best utilized overseas. The test requires no preparation and is non-competitive; an applicant can neither pass nor fall. The test takes about 1 1/2 hours. The application form, available from local post offices or from the Peace Corps in Washington, D. C. 20525, is the most important factor in the selection of volunteers. Persons Interested in serving in the Peace Crops must fill out an appli- cation, if they have not already done so, and present it to the tester before taking the test. At Meetings Students who will be incoming freshmen in the College of Agriculture at Iowa State University in September attended orientation meetings on campus last week. Included from this area were Robert J. Dreesman, Algona; David M. Ruhnke, LuVerne; and Paul V. Larsen, Titonka. Bus Trip The Lu Verne American Legion Post is sponsoring a bus trip to Minneapolis July 16 for a double-header between the Twins and the California Angels. Residents of the Lu Verne and Corwith area are invited to join the trip. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR THANK YOU Algona Upper Des Moines 111 E. Call St. Algona, Iowa. 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