The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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Fenton Girl Bride Of stedt, Barbara Wehrspan, Mar garet Dittmer, Beverly Wehrs- pan, John Hartmah, Sharon Sul- iivan, Muriel Nordlne, Jeanelte Hanna, Linda Tomlihsori and Joanne Dreyer. Barbara Tomlinsoiv Ronald Behrends, Marilyn-Johnson, Jacquelyn Laabs, Judy Bandana, bartara Klletson, Bryan Morten' sen, Jackie Priebe, Judy Ucitzen- auer, Hint-ley buiiwun, H.UI.UU. " LUi'sen, Jon jumz, ivucnau, i-yn.i Biersiedt, Suaroii Krause anu-iJciuiis Howe. Honor roll for tlie SunirulJun Oi 111(511 ior nme wueKs; benms Dani, .Uuvid Frink 3ecny ttameiman, Jiiuuie bcmtv Aniuea oiwaniKi, uouiiiu vvum span, iNuuine v^eitjoiou, juiie, iiineidttuin, iiuuy iviuii, ji :uL.vfe, .juanuuu i«uiU.iiu uu FENTON — Alice Ann Parker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delbert ^eitzenauer of Fenton, and Dean Robert Loss, son of Mr and Mrs ai S.T r^° S r' ° n £°r a V V ere u ui > ited dn m 9 rri aee, Thursday, April 6, The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs Gerald Geitzenauer of Greene, Iowa, and Merle Loss of Algona attended his brother, as best man. Gerald Geitzenauer, of Greene, Iowa, brother of the bride and fat Montag, brother-in-Jaw of the bridegroom were ushers. reception was ^ ld for 75 § uests at the Following a wedding trip, the couple are at home ait 322 South Moore bt. in Algona. (Isaacson Studio Photo — UDM Engraving). Senfral Music Students Take 81 Ratings Lone Rock -- Sentral high school students, won a total of eight division I ratines at the-, state music contest for small vocal and instrumental groups at Ruthven. .Those who won v/ej'e Angus, treble h:g|i'soip;" Lmrla Tomlinsbn, treble mediliiii solo: Susan Montgomery, flute solo; Trudy Huskarnp, alto clarinet, solo; double mixed quartet, consisting of Barbara Tomlinson, Susan Montgomery, Marilyn Johnson, Jacquelyn Laabs, Leon Geitzenauer, Ronald Bern-ends, Kenneth Kerbei- and -Jerome Zwiefel; drum ensemble, Don Yager, Darvl ' Zwiefol, JnmeK Wiener, Shirley Osborn anH Bonnie -Potratz; flute trio,' Susan Montgomery, Jnnet Walker hnn Linda Tomlinson. There were 2,'l clivision TI rat ings won by Senlral's other entries. ' i The instrumental' uroup is in- Itructed by Mr Wanvn Jones, nnd the vocul group is inslructod by Mrs Wm-rtrn Jones. Spring Concert The Sentral vocal iincl inslru- niental music department pre- sented their Spring Concert April 18. . The girls glee club, mixed chorus and concert band presented numbers.'This was the first showing of the new choral robes, whiph were recently purchased for the vocal department. To Music Meet A total of 102 students from Sentral high school will travel to West Bend Friday and Saturday, April 21-22, to participate in the Class C Large Groups Music Contest, consisting of boy's glee club, girls glee club, mixed chorus, orchestra and concert band. -«sXS;? nt y .-schools from North wesT'Iowa will be represented There will be approximately 1600 students participating in the contest. • : '.-,•• There will be no admission 'charge for any of the contest "events. 32 Students On Sentral Honor Roll, 9 Weeks Lone Rock — The honor roll for Ihe hist nine weeks at Sentral high school was released this week. A total of 32 studcnls, including five with straight A':were honorc-.l. Janet: Walker, Trudy Huskamp, Francis Lieb, Jo Ann Breese ami Loron Mem hud straight A reports. ,II(>re are others with bolter than B averages: . Loveda Kohlwes, Virgcan Bier- Meyer-Oliver Wedding Held Affhitfemore Whiltemore — Mary Meyer o Des Moines became Ihe bride o Burrell F. Oliver, also of De.- Moines, dn a double'• ring ceremony April 16 in St. Paul's Lu theran church in Whittcniore Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated Reuben Butzke was organist and Nancy Oliver sang. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer ol Whittemorc and Mr Oliver is the son of Mr and Mrs Burrell F Oliver Sr. of Des Moines. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was atlired in a while nylon sheer organza and chanlilly lace over a foundalion of net and taffeta. Her modified bodice of chantilly lace with, v dcep points in front and back " and scoop neckline, with long chan- lilly lace sleeves lhat came lo poinls at the wrists. Her very full floor length gathered skirt of nylon sheer adorned with chantilly lace motifs sprinkled wilh sequins. Her fingertip veil of English imported illusion nel nvas leld in place by a crown oi pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Luanna Meyer was maid of ionor, Mrs Richard Kirschner was bridesmaid, Kris Oliver was flower girl, Randy Roeber was ring bearer. Dale Long was best man, Tom Mackie groomsman and Donald Meyer and Donald Roland were .ushers. A reception was held for 200 guests immediately following the ceremony in Ihe church parlors A four liered wedding cake trimmed in pink and white Adorned the bride's table. Table waitresses were Jean Zumach, Mrs Dale Bell, Lorraine Butzke, Carol Ostwald, Barbara Grcinert and Twyla Jet-guns. Mrs Dale Long was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Don Morrow and Mary Greinert were in charge of Ihe gifts.- Mrs Gerald Davis and Mrs Mike Grimm poured. . The bride attended St.) Paul's Lutheran school, graduated from Whittemore high school and is employed wilh Ihe Carriers Insurance Exchange in Des Moines. Mr Oliver graduated from Easl high, school, and is employed with the Iowa Mutual Casually Company in Des Moines. Upon return from their wedding trip to Tennessee they will live in DCS Moines. Today 12 cents of every dollar spent for motor transportation ?ocs into taxes for roads. This compares with 14-15 cents pet- dollar between 1920 and 1940. A rush of power in the hush of luxury Just too the pedal and off you go. Instantly. Without strain. Swift as a bird. And as Uie miles fly by, suddenly you sense the luxurious Silence of Buick's great new Wildcat V-8. flealwo it whispers as. softly at expressway speed as it does at 30. Because it's been streamlined-inside and out-to give you more g« (but pn Jess gas!). And it's teamed up witlj » nevy, {rJgger-quickTmbine Prjve (at no extra j»St!) that's smoother and cruieter than ever. But Buick pampers you, jn other ways, too. VVjth, lavish room for heads, shoulders and legs. Wider doors and flatter floors. Deeper, softer seats. Body by Fisher. The elegant Clean Look of Action. Sound like your type? See ypur Puiek Peajey today, '61 new ftwf,,, an toijt, flute* mil Your SCHUITZ BRQS»| -8/9 sehetbnt S/g va/ues/ See ypwr tvlck 0««/«f Fenton Girl On 5-Day Tour Of Washington, DX. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN fF IT S NEWS. WE WAKT 1? thurtdoy, April 20, 1961 'AI fl «na (.a.) Upp.r DM Molr,e,-S .. • U.S. FORCES, kOREA—Anny . M/Sgt. George P. Dutton. whose , wife, Dorothea, lives at 2159 , Union St, San Francisco, Calif., tecenUy arrived in Korea and is now a 'member of the VIII U.S. Army Data Processing Unit. Sergeant Dutton entered the lArmyjn 1946 and Was last stationed at the Presidio of Sai Francisco, Calif. Dutton, son of Mr and Mrs John J. Dutlon, 308 W. IV.cGrc^oi st, Algona, Iowa, is 'a 1042 graduate of Algona High School and attended Iowa State Teachers College, Cedur Falls. , — Judy Jolley, above, left April 19 for Cedar Rapids foi a 5-day tour of Washington, D, C; She will go with the D.A.R. Bus tour to the national conference. Judy recently returned from Cedar Rapids where she was ci personal page to Mrs Sherman Watson, state, regent at the (i2nd Cowa D.A.R. conference. Judy is- ihe daughter of Mr and Mrs W W. Jolley of Fenlon. (UDM En- raving)., In the next 5 years, an estimated 250,000 persons will deve- 'op active tuberculosis. Relative Passes Whillsmore — Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith accompanied Mr and Mrs 'Herbert Poll-all* to Pomeroy Saturday where they attended the funeral of a relative, Mrs Theodore Craigmile, 27, who died at in Fort Dodge Thursday from a cancer. She is survived by her husband and three small children Debra, 4. Mark. 3, and Shad Lei, five months, her parents, Mr and Mrs Waiter Meyer and two brothers in Pomeroy. Mr Craigmile is a principal in the Cedar Valley school system. Isn't it odd that the easier a gal is to look at, the harder the fel- lers stare' LET ME SEE THIS DOES MAKE SENSE ! I'll have DONOVAN SPECIALTY SHOP lake down my storm windows and install SOLAR DELUXE STEBt COMBINATION WINDOWS ... THEN I won't have to repair the screens and fool around eaeh Spring and Pall putting on'wlndows, taking down screens, taking down windows, washing windows, storing windows, repairing screens etc. etc. etc, etc. NOW LET ME SEE - IT MAKES SENSE! Not only will I get out of all this work twice a year (which I dread doing) but Combination Windows will give my family more comfort, improve the value of my home and they will more than pay for themselves in the saving of fuel alone. Ralph said ! wouldn't have to pay any money down and then just a few dollars a month so I'm calling him NOW! IT MAKES SENSE THAT YOU TOO SHOULD GET THE FULL STORY TODAY ! DONOVAN SPECIALTY SHOP j 616 DIAGONAL STREET ALGONA CY 4-2202 ELECTRIC AT IS SO J j YOU DON'T HAVE TO keep dusting and cleaning constantly when you use Electric Heat. You are through with all the drudgery of continually cleaning the whole house. Homemakers with Electric Hest will tell you happily that there are no "sudden bursts of air" to carry • dust around, And there, is, no^moke, smudge or greasy dirt because there's no flame or combustion. You know what that means in less work.., more joy and pride in the spotless good looks of your "white glove clean" home! You have more time for the other things you want to do with the family, Mothers appreciate greatly the healthful, dean atmosphere in which the family Ijvej, qhjJOren play on clean floors. The room is free from drafts and clujly sppfc .., there's steady, even, comfortable heat.,, adjusted to, individual desires, Yes... its wonderf,iij ® one of thj big PLUS values ol FJaraeless Electric Heat. Better* fo Q, IOWA ELE(pTRIC LIGHTS POWER

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