The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 2
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(lo.) Ufiper DOi Mdlhel ThOfstiay, April fid/^1961 "k ; r" • barlene Seller, daughter of Mrs Blizabeth Seller and the late Martin Seller, Sexton, and Kenneth Thilges, son of Mr and Mrs Alithur Thilges, Algona, were uhi,ted in marriage April 8 at St. Benedict Cathohc church, with 5*.' Francis Conway officiating dt' the double ring cereifiony > -The bride, .given in marriage by.;, her brother, David, 'wore a cfcess of banquet taffeta and chan- tilfy lice with a' scooped neckline ana long sleeves of chantilly end- ihg ; in a point at the wrist. The l_!-'. J 1 • _ i i » .. Five In Wesley Family Hurt In T i '..'/*' ' /*"* i Two-Car Crash Wind was blamed for a two-car Winlhrop late Stm-, '-* "--" resulted in. Extending'- 'into a','si*eep' train/rwoman^iand pljer Daughter, less, mving it .t,he tvprjncess 'styling, serious ,^nJMnes, t foE three other. H|r veil '-ftfks ' ' _ . ._--..,__ ..,.._—,,-^J Brus- other d^lighters > '"ana foxi^ mem- se}s lace and was attached to a | bers of a Freeport, 111. family, ctffawn of nylon braid adorned ffth crystals. She wore a single of pearls with matching Fffdgr' '- r'es •rings, gifts from the groom, . „ i; carried a bouquet of j red roSe's. '.Matron of .honor was 'Karen Sailer, • bridesmaid 'was Theresa llges, flower girls were Jean_«• Tnilges and Lori'.Hamson, E^-ald Thilges served-as'best ipan 'D'tj'ane Seller was '' ; groomsman, Seller and Marvin Thilges Jerry ushers and acolytes - Jerry McCarthy, _Jjmmy C|r^ndgenett, Richard aff$ Tommy Arndorfer. ,-J0inner for 100 friends and relatives was served at the KG Hall, followed by a, reception for 150 gtte/sts. Mrs Clarence OrthauS'ciiit arid served the cake, Mrs Felix Thilges poured coffee, ' Dorothy SJcfan registered guests, Anne IMqbhoff, helped with the gifts, Mrs Howard Hamsoh' was dining vijom hostess and table waitresses wore Mrs Newel Trustin, Mary fijfm. Thilgos, Ruth Hofer, Evelyn jnd Luella Thilges, Maria Ort- ht)us,Jeanne Balk and Catherine B)eich. »A wedding dance was huld in (He evening. After a short wedding trip, . Mr and Mrs Thilges will live at 3QO North GarficW, Alfipna. (Glenn's Studio Photo — U,D.M. Engraving.) Most seriously injured in the I crash were Mrs-. Agnes Lickteig, 46, and Donna Lickeig, 15, The former Priest : AtWhittemore Passes Sunday Funeral pc-rvices for Rev. Cle- n;tnt P. Sweeney, 73, former pastor of St. Michael's Catholic- church at Whittemore, were held ^Yedneaday morning in Sacred Heart church at Fort Dodge. He had been pastor of that parish fo,r more than 30 years. .Hev. Sweeney died Sunday in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Born in Union, Wis 1 , he receiv- ecj'.his elementary schooling at Sheldon, was later graduated from Loras College, Dubuque, aijd the University of Fribourg in Switzerland .where hp was ordained. He later served churches at Sioux City, Manson, Boone, Churdan, Emmetsburg, Spirit Lake, Whitlemore and finally Fort Dodge. He celebrated his fiftieth anniversary as a priest April 5 this year and served as a chaplain in both World Wars other three Lickteig children in the ailto at tHe tinie, Patrick, 10, Mary,7, and Denise,5, were listed in good condition at Independence hospital after the mishap. Mrs Licktqig. suffered a crushed chest and facial quts 'and Donna suffer?- e'd severe' facial :la'cera'tioWs, while th.e others were, cut and,.bruised*. '''Driver of the other auto was Richard La % .YJIfe , sen, 28, Freeport. He, net, 25, Sana, hv f e monthsf suffered ?ShgM cuts and briiisesV- 1 "-;"*' -iV v; . Mrs Lickteig and her daughters were returning from a visit,,with another daughter, Janice, a \ Dubuque when, the near-tragedy occurred I J /2 miles wesi of Winthrop. All the injured were rushed to Independence. Mrs LiclUei^ told investigating authcyities~ 4 that a. strong wind swept her auto directly into-the path of the Larscn vehicle on a snow-packed curve on highway 20. Both cars were extensively damaged. St. Joe 4-H The Sti Joe'Trojans nlef April 5 at the Ray Kohlliaas' home. Barney .Thilges, Kenneth Bormann and Robert Erpeldin'g gave a demonstration. A discussion was held on testing seed oats. Lunch was served by Mrs Kohlhaas. : CARRY'S A & ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN OPENING FRIDAY, APRIL 21 OPEN DAILY AT 11 A. M SANDWICHES SHAKES DAIRY CREM? . *l* 4 *-V Ralph Moe Of Algona Passes; Rites Monday Ralph Moe.^ 61, lifelong Algona |ldent andvVvfell-Rnd\vn ?rriach- hflW, died ^riday at St. Ann >ital hen* following a lerigthy !SS. * ' > / Funeral services for flfr Moe wore held Monday at St. Cecelia's Csrtholic church--with-iMsgr;-? .P. Qearett officiating. ,BunaT ( tvns at Calvary cemetery andi McCuL- Icnlghf. 'Funeral 1 Chapel a \vas in "lame^of arringements. s Pllltiearers were ftleiwd'Cook, i&pH ] LindhoHt f Glerf } Burtis, Ra3SKMarkla,IwliIie Fisher and fid ttagg. j, • ;* ' . Mr Moe, son of Olejind Jr Mot, was boWi heffe Oct. We* was mafried • to . JSne„ hefe Setft. V 1923. fief wil ployed in two area garbles and ih later years operated his owif mechanic shop. Survivors Include his wife his mother, two sons, Thomas, Algeria nnd Richard, Sioux City; three daughters, Mrs Dexter Stelr£ Sioux City, Mrs Ted Mongar, Omaha i 'and Mrs Earl Qanyofl, Anderson, Cat;' 19 grandchildren 1 }: & fliSister. Mrs Theodore Koscfc* ler. 5 Miami, Fla. Two brothel, ond his father prccede'd him fn* death. RFb Carrier ' '£ Here To Retire !l Herb, Montgomery r veteran' ru^ ral carrier operating out of' AW gona on the fourth covering e£? area generally north of hei^e, .ft planning on fetlfiftf' year, anid as ff',reSulHhe% Ik to'j&e •t' vacancy in the", fUral 'ield here* There have been 11 names men- jioned as persons interested in .-applying for the post to be i«£t •vacant, most of ithem already ,e6n-> necked with the postal system in "Che area. I^W<^3p*lfOST >k^<, Irgil Rolilf, ' Algona, former manager of (the Kossulth County ASC office here, has been named as Storage supervisor" foT'dilStridt •two in the state ASC operation, it was learned* thW week". Bfstrict \ rfnflMu Cema !n tirtd falk to; us? 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