The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 27
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4-Algona (In.) Upper Des Meine> Thursday, August 3, 1967 Jane Vaske Of Bancroft Wed M'mnesotan July 22 Jane Frances Vaske, Rochester, Minn., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leander John Vaske, Bancroft, and Richard George Hyinan, also of Rochester, son of Major and Mrs. Harry J. Hyman, Davenport, la., were united in marriage at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft, July 22, at 10:30 a. m., witli the Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a bridal gown of white chantilly lace in case style over taffeta, with a jewel neckline and camelot sleeves and featured a full cathedral train bordered with scalloped lace which fell from the shoulders. Her bridal veil of silk illusion was held by a heapiece of lace roses and pearls on pointed petals, also edged with pearls. JoAnn Vaske served as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mary Lou Vaske and Susan Vaske, all sisters of the bride. The best man was Stephen Hyman, brother of the groom, with Patrick Vaske serving as groomsman. The ushers were Jerry Hutchinson, and Gary Berg. Soloist Mary Ann Kayser was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Lawrence Govern. After the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlor for 200 guests. The bride is a graduate of St. John's Higli School, Bancroft, and Mankato Commercial College and at present is employed by I.B.M. at Rochester, Minn. The groom is a graduate of John Marshall Senior High School, attended Rochester Junior College, and has completed two years of active duty with the U.S. Navy. He is also employed by I. B.M. at Rochester. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the young couple will be at home in Rochester, Minn. (Photo by Berg Studio, Fairmont, Minn.) Algona Girl, New York Man Wed June 11 Harriet Jean Bensclioter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter, rural Algona, and Dennis John Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green, Manhattan, N.Y., were married June 11 at 2 p. m. in St. Thomas Episcopal church, Algona. Rev. Milo Dailey officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. James Park was matron of honor and Jon Rand was best man. Ushers were James Park and Roger Pautz. Mrs. Wilbur Bruner played the organ. A reception was held at the bride's home after the ceremony. Mrs. Allan Christensen had the guest book, while Mrs. Stanley Gardner served punch and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter poured coffee. Mrs. John Wilson and Mrs. Floyd Bode cut the cake. Serving as waitresses were Ann Wilson, Linda Gardner, Mrs. Allan Bartels and Mrs. Dean Benschoter. Judy Naylor and Mrs. Allan Bode opened gifts. The bride holds a B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Iowa, while the groom holds a B.A. degree in political science from the same school. After a trip to Reno, Nev., they are at home at Berkeley, Calif. U-Go-l-Go U-Go-I-Go 4-H club met at the home of Bernadette Reilly, with Mary Helen Bestenlehner co . hostess, July 17. A picnic was planned for August. Talks were given by Charlotte Lemkee and Phyllis Pentecost. Demonstrations were given by Linda Hauser, Marsha Winter, and Lori Peters. Guests were Mrs. Bestenlehner and Mrs. Sewick. On July 24 the girls held their achievement show. Four girls helped the judges in the afternoon. They were Joyce Sifert, Becky Tielebein, Sherry Bulten and Diane Winter. Two girls were assigned to help the judges at the fair. They are Diane Muller and Marsha Winter, f""""" I ! SEE THE BIG AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR, ALGONA - AUG. 15*18! i P&M STONE CO.! HUMBOLDT, IOWA SWANSON'S UNLIMITED! CASH EVERY WEEK- TOTAL IS NOW 4 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK JACKPOT IS $125.00 [ist PRIZE - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 Winning jackpot numbers will be posted each Monday. Bonus jackpot cards given with each $5,00 purchase. ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT Jackpot Game is Given in Algona Store Only NO OBUGATll AD PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9 ROYAL '%*• GELATIN 4£ iS^' *$& % ^ Reg. size ..w -^r :>& >VV f-.f&f. .„_ K**^%£ M /<v •*/" PORK & BEANS % FINEST -* ••Sk Summons GRADE 'AA' BUTTER FULL POUND .., Swanson's VANILLA ICE CREAM GALLON ... AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _• PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! — We have bulk vinegar, jars and all other canning supplies at the lowest possible prices! FLUFFO SHORTENING 3 Ib. can WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. OLD MILWAUKEE JOIN THE LIST OF WINNERS AT SWANSON'S ! Mrs. Allen Vaske M °T H « nnover Ethel Johnson Mrs. James Elbert Mrs. Glenn Rike Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Mrs. Eldon Winkel VERY LEAN, COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS POUND ... BEER '*''— r-T-T-r-t— r DUTCHESS BRAND - ALL MEAT WIENERS 2 LB. BAG ... LEGS, BREASTS, THIGHS CHICKEN PARTS l FRESH POUND DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS PRELL LIQUID GLEEM SHAMPOO TOOTHPASTE REG. $1.55 FAMILY SIZE FAMILY SIZE REG.95c wwvvwvwvwwwej 97* 66 FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 Ib. can BARBECUED SPARE Rl FRESH DAILY, MADE IN OUR STORE HORMEL'S BLACK LABEL - FIRST QUALITY BOONE RIVER LARGE BOLOGNA CHUNK STYLE ID. POLIDENT TABLETS l* ••••••••••••••••••• Denture Cleaner ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A*** 98c ECONOMY BOX 69 Swanson's fresh Produce JUMBO SIZE SLIM JIM FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 4 m LB. BAGS BACON »^^*^*^< COASTS FISH STICKS FARM BEST CANNED HAMS 3320256 332-3327 SMOKED PICNICS SLICED Ib, 43c KARAVAN MANDARIN ORANGES 5 cans ••••^^•••MMMi DEL MONTE Orange & Grape DRINKS 4 46 oz. cans WHITE POTATOES 20lbs. JUICY RIPE TOMATOES qf. box FRESH BLUEBERRIES pint box Thursday; August 3.. 1967 Algona (la.) Upper De> jijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiniiwifflnHfflm BHOCKE LAWS, son of Mr. iuid Mrs. Dale Laws, drove to Cedar Falls Monday morning to take part in the University of Northern Iowa's summer orientation. Brocke will be a freshman at the University. THE DALE LAWS family recently purchased the former home of the Don Sjogrens near Call State Park south of Algona and are are now residing in their new home. MK. AND MKS. Fred Kent, Jr. returned Sunda\ after a two week vacation spent at Eagle Lake, Willinar, Minn. Guests during the week included Tim Samp, son i>f the Lowell Samps, and David Cowan, son of the Ken Cowans. HAITISMAL SERVICES for Chris Thomas Zwiefel, son of Mi. and Mrs. Thomas Zwiefel, were held at Fairmont Sunday. Attending were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips,and Gayle, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel; also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms, who were the sponsors. Mrs. Thomas Zwiefel is the former Sandra Phillips. DH. JOHN SCHUTTER, instructor, conducted a cardio- pulrnonary resuscitation demonstration for R.N.'s and L.P.N"s at St. Ann hospital Friday. A representative of the American Heart Association was also pro- sent and showed films. Demonstrations of tliis type will l>e conducted throughout the year. JAMES L. NITCHALS recently graduated from Mankato State College with a B.A. degree in political science and economics. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Nitchals, and family, and Marlys Lupkes of Algona, attended graduation exercises July 14. Jim is employed locally for the summer and will enter the army in Septeml>er. MK. AND MRS. Clifford Riet>- hoss had as recent visitors their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Richard Rath. They were home on leave prior to departing for Beale Air Force Base, California, where Lt. Rath will be officer in charge of maintenance analysis. MR. AND MRS. G. P. Cullen, Storm Lake, were weekend guests at the M. J. Bradley residence. The Cullens, including sons Jim, Jerry and Bill, and daughter AJIII, were in 'own for the wedding of Mary Ann Bradley last Saturday. BILL, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, and Daryl, son of Mrs. Mildred Johnson, have recently begun a twelve-day excursion via plane, train and bus with Expo '67 as the destination. The lads flew out of Des Motnes and stayed in Washington, D. C. their first night out, and will take a train from New York to the International Exposition. GREG, SON of Mr. and Mrs. John Snere, and Tom, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder, went to Cedar Falls Sunday for summer orientation ceremonies at the University of Northern Iowa where both will l>e freshmen this fall. They planned on visiting Gary Kelley who is in Waterloo, ami return to Algona Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Cecil Steward ajid sons, Hazelcrest, Ql., visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, Burt. The Rentz 1 son, Dan, was recently promoted to Sp. 1/C. He is stationed in Vietnam. MR. AND MRS. Bob Diekman have returned from Milwaukee where they attended the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. convention. MR. AND MRS. Paul James attended a potluck and meeting in Waterloo Saturday evening and were presented their sales award plague. Mrs. Alma Angel from Osage was guest speaker. WED -10 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius J. Ei- sclieid were pleasantly surprised on their -10th wedding anniversary July 30 at the home of their daughter, the Marvin Kramers, Algona. They are parents of three children, Mrs. Marvin (Irene) Kramer, Mrs. Herbert (Esther) Knecht, Charles City, and Merlin who is in Vietnam. Others present were Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ness and family, Sac City, and Hanz Klindt, Algona. A dinner was served and the day spent socially and playing cards. - o - IS HONORED Kathleen Griffin entertained Monday evening at a personal shower in honor of Dorothy Cogley. 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