The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1967 · Page 17
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James Sparks Of Burt Weds Traer Girl June 24 Bonnie Jean Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Young, Traer, and James H. Sparks, son of Mrs. June Sparks and the late Howard Sparks, Burt, were married Saturday, June 24, in the United Presbyterian church at Traer, with Rev. Glenn, Dieken officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Joe Robinson, soloist, was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. LeRoy Whannel. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in an imported all-lace cage over bridal taffeta, designed with elbow-length bell sleeves, with a shoulder train of illusion, encircled with rows of rose patterned lace jeweled with opal sequins, formed a chapel train. Her veil was elbow length of imported silk English illusion and she carried a cascade bouquet of roses and ivy garlands. Barbara Young was maid of honor, Samene Wilimek and Mrs. John Thatcher were bridesmaids, Chris Dunlap was flower girl, Darryl Sparks, best man, Doyle Trenarv and R. Sam Young. groomsmen, Craig Dunlap, ring bearer, and Ethan Jacobsen, Stuart Goldman and John E rick- son, ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception for 225 guests was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Murray Whannel was reception chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young, dining room hosts; Judy Kubik, Judy Lehman, Judy Erion, Jane Hansen. and Jan Ford, waitresses; Mrs. Darrell Dunlap, Mrs. Ross Schmidt and Mrs. Joan Pfeffer, bride's waitresses; Mrs. Vern Schmidt pinned corsages; Mrs. Sam Young was at the guest book; Mrs. Tom Reding, Barbara and Kathy Diamond, Barbara Montgomery, Jenny Christian and Betty Glach were in charge of gilts; Mrs. Edwin Wilimek and Mrs. Joe Goetz cut and served the cake and Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer poured coffee. The bride is a graduate of University of Northern Iowa and will teach and the bridegroom, graduate of the same university, is an industrial engineer at Davennort. | LuVERNE | =s Mrs. C. W. B"Jstrom I Denny Legler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Legler, left by plane for Washington, D.C. where he will attend a summer tutorial session preparatory to entering Gallaudet college in September. He will have a two week vacation at which time he will again be home. Denny has gone to school in Council Bluffs for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Heine, Fort Meyers, Fla. were visitors in the Jas. Mallory home Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Heine are uncle and aunt of Mrs. Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle, Pomona, Cal., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber last Monday till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle were honored at a dinner at Vans Cafe in Algona Tuesday evening. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Esther Helberg, Florence Bjustrom, and Ruth Cook. They spent the remainder of the evening in Mrs. Florence Bjustrom's home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend in the Alvin Weber home. Charles is a student in Iowa City this summer. He will teach in Cedar Rapids again this fall. Mrs. Alvin Weber had a dinner July 1 honoring Mr. Weber on his birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber and family. Mrs. Louis Lynk, Algona, visited in the Weber home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hardcopf and family, Steamwood, HI. spent the Fourth of July holiday with Jerry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen were hosts at a dinner on July 4 honoring Mrs. Bryan Stewart on her birthday. Other guests were Bryan Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull and Mrs. Faye Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll fished at East Chain lakes near Fairmont over the Fourth of July. Ralph Stoll had a call Saturday saying that an uncle, Jake Wilmert, Lincoln, HI., had died. Mr. and Mrs. Stoll visited Mrs. Ernest Meyers in the Britt hospital Sunday. Circle 3 from the LuVerne Methodist church met with Mrs. Dora Schipull Wednesday. There were 10 members present. Mrs. Tuesday, July 11, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-11 Ollie Stoll had the lesson and Mrs. Minnie Davidson had devotions. Circle 1 met with Mrs. Donna Nelson Wednesday. Lena Biesemeyer had the lesson and Feme Neal had devotions. There were nine members present. Circle 3 met witli Mrs. Laurine Jergensen on Wednesday. Mrs. Dorothy Jergensen had lesson and devotions. There were seven members present. 53 County 4-H Members At 3-Day Madrid Camp Fifty-three Kossuth county 4-H members will be camping this year at the Iowa 4-H Camping Center near Madrid, reports Dennis Cumberland, extension assistant. They will find various activities in which they can participate. A recent added attraction for the Kossutli county 4-H'ers will be a nature program. Also available to the Kossuth campers is swimming in a modern outdoor pool. Kossuth county junior campers will be attending state camp July 10-11-12. Those attending are: Mary Jane Berger and Becky Meyer, Algona; Susan Vaske and Colleen Quinn, Bancroft; Arlene Coady and Marilyn Person, Burt; Rhonda Peck, Algona; Pamela Work and Evelyn Person, Swea City; Mary Mertz, Ottosen; Helene Wolfe and Corrine Cayler, Bancroft; Sharon Elbert and JoAnn Elbert, Whittemore; Terry Tjaden, Titonka; Debbie Spear, Algona; Barbara McGuire, West Bend; Ellen Bormann, Sandra Kollasch and Mary Thilges, Bode; Cindy Kabrick and Robin Krumwiede, Bancroft; Charlotte Lemkee and Debra Sewick, Algona; Georgia Leigh, Algona; Lorene Beenken and Jean Mayland, Titonka; Maria Cink and Dianne Larson, Wesley; Donna Kollasch and Marilyn Gengler, Whittemore. Rodney Janssen and Dale Beck, Lakota; Larry Franzen, Titonka; Brian Carlson, Wesley; Leslie Simpson and Steve Rochleau, Algona; Mike Traub, Ottosen; Du- , ane Berninghaus, West Bend; Douglas Goraczkowski, Swea City; Jim Mino and Kendall Mino, Ledyard; Tom Stork and Bobby Gifford, Bancroft; Allan Kohlhaas, Irvlngton; Doug Johnson and Jim Jorgenson, Swea City; Tom McEnroe, Algona; Leslie Richter, Burt; Danny Kunkel and Roger Muehe, Wesley; Jim Bormann and James R. Elbert, Whittemore. The group will be accompanied by eight junior leaders - Mike Bierle, Buffalo Center; Dick Lynch, Fenton; Dean Teeter, Algona; Karen Eden and Linda Higgins, Titonka; Marilyn Plathe, Irvington; Shirley Becker, Wesley; Judy Berger, Algona. Adult chaperones will be Mrs. Clifford Teeter, Algona, and Dennis Cumberland, Extension Assistant. super stainless steel 5-PAK GLENSHIRE BLADES compare to Gillette 5-pak at 79e. Satis* faction guaranteed or money back. »a-i700-l 44' The Friendly Store THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF MT — •» SP. 4 WILLIAM KERN VIETNAM U.S. ARMY EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS 708 S. Phillips - Algona Phone 295-7153 Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Sunday; 1 - 5 p>.m. SHEAKLEYS NOW IN PROGRESS 10 BIG PAYS-Ends Saturday, July 15 Reductions on Both Floors

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