The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1968 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1968
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r BmiHa*! •(tied .ij. strnnd Fi'trird .!?• strnnd rl.iss m.iltcr nt thi? postullirr ;il Alpmi •5n5!l'. Ncv 1. 1932. under Act of Congress ol M.ircii ESTABLISHED 1865 VOL. 102 NO. 3 I i Plan Officer Session For 4-H, Bancroft How do you conduct a business meeting? Write minutes? Keep track of club money? These questions and many more like them will be answered for the officers of Kossuth county 4-H clubs at an Officer's Training School Saturday, Jan. 13. They will meet in the cafeteria of St. John's School, Bancroft, 9-11:30 a.m. Father Raemaker of St. John's will welcome the group. He will talk on the theme of the school 1 'Courtesy - By all, to all- the key to a successful meeting." The new county 4-H officers will be in charge of the meeting under the direction of Ruth Patterson, Extension assistant. Galen DeValois will meet with leaders who attend. To Omaha Meeting Lyle Dahlgren, manager of the Walnut Grove Greentown at Algona, and his wife, Dorothy, will spend Jan. 12-13 in Omaha, Nebr. as guests of Walnut Grove during the company's annual Greentown Managers Recognition Weekend. They will be among 73 other Greentown Managers and their wives from Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota. Huge S-C/Yy Poinsettia Upper ACTION JWomes jfmm I JAN. 11,1968 I • SECOND SECTION • Mrs. Dale Wegener of Swea City has what might be termed a first class poinsettia plant that has been growing in her home for the past couple of years. She is shown in the photo with the large plant, which according to our dictionary is "A Central American plant with showy flowers." Mrs. Wegener's poinsettia is actually 20 years old. Until a couple of years ago, it was owned by her father, the late Harvey Rath of Algona. The flower she is holding with her left hand has leaves which measure 13 inches across. Marie Nelson Is Bride Wesleyan Recently Nobody ever gets anything for nothing, but a lot of people keep trying. WELL, here we are again! Back at the prison. But Warden Allen was a good guy during vacation when he let a few boys have a game of basketball in the gym last Saturday. Mr. Allen doesn't really know how we feel about letting those eager boys in ! - o - TO start the week off, which was Wednesday for the students, at least 80 per cent of the student body had nice bright Christmas clothes on .... and speaking of new Christmas clothes, has anyone seen Gary Hagen's brown T-shirt lying around ? - o - INDIVIDUAL pictures were taken last Thursday for the guys who flubbed up their pictures the first time. - o - JUAN would like to give a little credit to a fine young fellow whose name was not mentioned in the "Sound." So may we introduce the fabulous Jack Dimond I - o - THE senior homemaking class sponsored a high school faculty tea party last Thursday. How sweet it was ! Oh, yes ! There was a rumor that some students "spiked" the teal - o - THE 1968 Bulldog went on sale last week for a low, low cost of $5. Fifty cents extra if seniors want their namesprinted on them. The person selling the most yearbooks received a free theater pass. Hey, Mr. Reab! Was that your idea? Anyway, let's hope this year's book has more than 50 pages. - o - IN case you happened to be at last Friday's pep meeting, did you notice one of the Cadette's uniforms having some red lipstick or something smeared on? - o - DID you ever stop to think "American" ends in "I can?" - o - WELL, are there any questions up to this point ? NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••DBBBIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMB WESLEY - St. Joseph's Catholic Church was the scene of the wedding of Marie Nelson and Michael Cruise Nov. 18 at 10:30 a.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leif Nelson, Britt, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise, Wesley. Father R. W. Phillips officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mary Jo Becker, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Wilfred Becker, sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length white satin gown with a scalloped neckline and long finger-tip lace sleeves, with scalloped edges. The bodice was lace over satin with a high waistline. A satin chapel length train was attached at the waistline. The bouffant pure silk illusion veil was held in place by a fabric rose. The bride's gown was made by her mother. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses and wore a necklace and matching earrings, a gift from the groom. Ella Nelson, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Diane Nelson and Jan Swanson were bridesmaids. Edward Cruise served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Erwin Nelson, brother of the bride, and Don Potthoff. Ushers were Bill Cruise, brother of the groom, and Jim Nelson, brother of the bride. A dinner reception for approximately 180 relatives and friends was held in St. Joseph's parish hall with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal as hosts. Mrs. Edward Cruise presided at the guest book. Punch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schiltz. Mrs. Grant Haugland, Pat Bleich and Bonnie Bleich opened gifts. Jean- ale and Ann Nelson, sister sol the bride, were gift carriers. The cake was cut by Mrs. Norman SUudt, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Jerry Jansen, aunt of the bride. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Phyllis Mullin, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Henry Jansen, aunt of the bride. Waitresses were Gwen Bleich, Kathy Besch, Carol Kleigel, Le Ann Jensen, Joan Jansen and Marietta Locher. Lorraine Hill was the bride's personal attendant. Vhe bride is a graduate of Britt High School and the Mason City School of Cosmetology, and was employed at Veronica's in Algona. The groom is a graduate of Garrigan High School and served two years in the Army. Hejs presently employed at the K *& H'oil station in Wesley. Following a wedding trip thru western states, the couple are living in one of the Al Loebig apartments. oargai ove e vseekers ectricity! That's because low-cost electric power is the biggest bargain you can find today — anywhere. For just pennies a day the housewife can wash her clothes and dry them, wash her dishes, cook her food. She can have a plentiful supply of hot water and she can have a house that's comfort-conditioned no matter what the season. 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