The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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V 5 ,;tV«s»,lti'«<?*•, •,;r.v4> r S^K»W:ir7»S#'Uv" ; 4^ t '"^V : .;V' J '.-'''-'^7,_"-'*.'•''•"• ' -'• '* •*" Oi Seneca Is Wed May a . J- .'.'Me , . marriage of ' ,Ma'e P^ll's'en, dtaughtei 4rAlflona (ia.) Upper 06t MolrtM Thumlay, Juno 8, 1961 lace -wife deep ruffles of lace and tulle ifi. thfe, back. Her; oniy jewelry was a two-strand pe'ari necklace. Hef shoulder length veu 01 White .tulle'was held m place by a pefcrV arid sequm Irimnied ban dealt. Her bridal corsage was an ofcftid with hlhes.of tne valley oh a white 'Bible. Alyce Petersen Was maid o; honor and Cneryl Jn-iestn wa bridesmaid. Cindy NicKelson was flower grrl., K6ahey t'riestli an rJed the rings on a he*ai t-sriapet pillow. David, Friesth was t>cs, man and, Gerald Friesth wu; grdomsmaa Clarence Cliccvc artd Jim Pontius servfea as can dellighters and ushers. Two hu'ndred and . twenty-fiVi guests Weve 'pfeseHc ftt tne iccep Uon Which follbwcd in the churcli parlors, Darlene Friesth and jean MCfl'ariand served punch. Wait resscS included Mrs. Robert Hei- gaBon, Mary Hansen, Lois Mc<- Naraer, Sharon Uorsey, Mrs. Free Ericksori, Bonnie . Friesth and Kathy McFariand. The weddm;. cake, which had been baked and decorated by Mrs. Leo Crowley.., was cut r and served by Mrs. Donald Cronk and Ruth Friesth. Mrs Oscar Patterson poured. Kitchen hostesses included Mrs Clem Dotson, Mrs. Elmer Hani nisch, Mrs. Norval Gpchenour, Mrs. Inez Cronk, Mrs. Harvey Larson, Mrs. Harris Wadsworth Mrs. Nels Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Fothergill, Mrs. Ray Verbruggf and Mrs. Austin Fretty. The bride is a 1959 graduate of Sentral high school and a grad' ufate of the Fort Dodge Beauty Academy and is employed at the Boston Beauty Salon. The groom was graduated from Fort Dodgi high school in 1956 and is employed at Fort Dodge, where thr couple will reside. , df Mr."iJhcl i Bto. AHrfea Petersen Fenton, ahd 'Eiigen& -Allen Fries th, son of Mr. aird .Mrs. Elmei Friesth of -Badger,, was solemn' ized Sunday (afternoon, May 28 in the First &«thodist- Churd at .Armstrong; 'The double tint ceremony w'As performed by Rev Jaefeton Sttttlet, jMfc.'ahd Mrs Warren Jones 'of Fenton sang accompanied -by Mrs. Tom Man ley. The bride, given in marriage by her father, -was attired iii t White floor-length 'gown of chantilly lace over, slipper • satin. The dress was fashioned with a Ugh I fittingv: bodice, a" 'square fronl neckline coming' to a ' low poihl 'at'the'back, The-, long sleeves ended- -in, a : -point :iat the wrists The ; bouffant 'skirt j was accented with ja' wide bandL of scalloped THURS., JUNE 8th The Wallz King WAYNE KING and Golden Saxaphone and Orchestra FBI., JUNE 9th ALL LADIES 100 Gift House Stamps ORLIE WORKMAN AND SUNSET BOYS SAT., JUNE 10 HENRY CHARLES and His Orchestra Clear Lake Legion Party TUBS.. JUNE 13th — 8 to 11 ROCKlN' FLAMES Teen Coca Cola Dance Jack Rockofer from KRIB Parents FREE — Teens 75c •'luiininiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! PLANTATION BALLROOM WhlHemore, Iowa •Lu Verne By Mrs. Fern Bigings SUNDAY, JUNE 11 CLEM BRAU | SUNDAY, JUNE 18 | DONDEANE | SUNDAY, JUNE 25 | GUY DE LEO 1 No Advance g Booth Reservations Q Doors Ope.i at 8:30 Atom Unit Appears Here The Algond JayCees, in cooperalibn with the WWa JayCfe'eS, will sponsor ftn appearance of the "Atoms At Work" mobile unit from the Oak Ridge, Tenn., Institute at the courthouse Square her* this Friday, June 9. Charles Eason,; Exhibits manager fof iheAEG Museum division of the Institute; is slated to accompany the big Van;.: , f . A travelling exhibit from JtoWa State University at Ames .18 aUo expected here. It will show how atoms are Used ait Iowa State 'for tfachihJl, research, eitc.,'in'agriculture and industry. • . The,Oak Ridge mobile .unit'contains many displays of ithfe,;atom at work on a peace-time basis. It is a walk-through unit Wiich features photographs, samples and animated models of atomic energy, at use in various fields. The unit is 35 feet long, eight feet wide and %'feet high. . ; . ....,, '.•"!_ MT. Eason holds a bachelor's degree from, the .University Of Tennessee,-has taught hdgh school four years ahd received framing in nucttear Science ait Oak Ridge.' ''• '; :-• - ; '• ••- : :'-' FIRST OF ITS KIND WITH INCLINED SHAKER PAN HOPPER FEED The ALL NEW FORAGE BLOWER THAT • breaks up wads • stops bridging in hopper • Is easy to approach FOR COMPUTE INFORMATION ABOUT KOOIS NEW KB30, KB20, AND KB40 FORAGE BLOWERS, C9NTACI-* BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT Mrs. Marie Maass, La Von and BodDy Maass, .Janice Hefty, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marty attended graduation exercises of the Junior College at Webster City Friday evening. Marvin Masss was a graduate. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Rita and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Marlyn Gregerson of Rutland were guests Sunday in the Allen Thu home at Graettinger. The infam daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thu was baptized, Pamela Jean in the morning service at the Methodist church. The Egglestons and the Davidsons are the grand and great-grandparents. The Frog Hollow Birthday club met recently with Mrs. Irwin Jergcrsen. They have decided to disband club meetings. Mrs. Robert Nielsen returned Saturday from Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge, following surgery She will convalesce at the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs George Sluder. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Schultz of Pella came Saturday for a weekend visit with his mother. Mrs. Mary Schultz. Mrs. Mary Guderian of Phoenix, Ariz, arrived Saturday t.< visit her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes, her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich. and relatives at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter EngfM. tr.\s sister, Mrs. Laura Zwpjfci. her son James, student at Ame.x, attended the graduation ovniviscF of the Junior Colle™ at '^aglo Grove Thursday cvfnins. Dennis Zweifel was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Hen v y Binder of Rock Island, 111., mm* Friday for the holiday weeken.l visiting his brother, Mr. nnrt Mrs. George Sluder, his nvt'.rr. Mrs. Helen Studor, at Coiw ih nnd. her mother, Mrs. Alice- Anri».-regg at Wes' Bond. Mr. ana Robert Murray Ricnard and Jean of Crown J'omt, Indiana arrived for the noliuuy visit witn her mother Mis. Cl.uu Wolf, Uiur .sisters, i>lr. and Mrs. Li-.ihe fccnumei and Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. and LeOta Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Biegger ol Coquiek-, Oregon have arrivet to visit his mother, Mrs. Nelle Biegger and his .sister Mr. and IVliri. Lawrence McDennott fam- .iy at Thor. Mr. ana Mrs. Duvid Morris and son of Waterloo came for a weel at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Bockes and sister Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich Tl'ey came to abjisl with tin open house Sunday, June 4 of hei parents, Mr. find Mrs. Boekes ..arried 25 years. Lt. Gordon ueiiikel of Shreve port, La., has ai'rived to visit hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charle Heinkel, sisters, Sharon, Mr. am Mrs. Jack Guy and brother, Mr and Mri. Galen lieinkel at Britl. Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. LeRoy Weber of Lu Verne, Mrs. John Weber of Irvington, Mrs. Waller Barr .of Algona, Mrs. Dale John-, son,of Corwith attended a prenuptial shower. Saturday' evening in Bancroft honoring their niece, Nancy Weber.,/ v ;v Sirice Memorial ; Day, 1960 "Living Cancer Memorials" have been established for; Irene Will Mrs. ;v G. M. Will, Arthur Maass and Kilo Miller. : NOTES OF 4th Infantry Division, the Ninth and Twelfth Ah- Forces and supporting Army units from military installations .throughout the nation are engaging in large scale maneuvers. V .: He entered the Army in October 1959 and completed basic training at Fort Hood, Tex. Meyer is a driver in'the 2nd U. S. Army Missile Command's Headquarters Company at Fort Carson, Colo. - . The 24-year-old soldier attended Algona High School and was employed by Kossuth Motor MEN WESTERN PACIFIC — William M. Hentgen, machinist's mate fireman, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence H. Hentgen of Whittemore, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Morton p,pqca r ting with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. • The Morton departed San Diego, Calif., April 3, for the six- month cruise, and is scheduled to visit several Asian parts, participate in various operational exer- risns and take part in "Operation Handclasp" by donating. food, I clothing, medicine and toys to I Mrphanages, hospitals and Ihe 1 needv in Ihe Far Easl. Compsny, Aigona, fe'Arrny.< . • » • < . . His -wife,. Dleffe, ftm ift. 66Wf- Bancroft News Relative her6 tor tfe : ^ede of Kay and Allen Menke Alice Mcftke, ft. N., Iftd Vie Han* son, Chicago, Mf. arid Mf s^ Frank Menke, .F&irrftt>nt» Mr, and Mrfc. Bud • Menke, ' tautens, Mr. and Mrs. Ves Kockler ftWd family, Swea City, Mr.. and Mrs. Dennis Doocy, Sti Benedict, Mr, and Mri/ Carlyle-Bngleby and .farniiy, 'Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Habon, Brownsdale, Minn., Mr, ahd Mrs. Ji D. Smith and family, fil- mofe, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent ,Ert- gelby, Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Buti Winkel and family, Dr. and Mrs. Tom Lensing, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McQuire and boys ''and Nancy Boeekhblt, TS« tonka. Jeanle rfudding, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Gordon Dudding, suffered burns 'about the face and chest when she hit her mother's ar.m as she held a cup of coffee, spilling it over hei*. , Banns of marriage Were published in St. John's Catholic church Sunday for Patrick Sheridan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and Darlene Simmons, daughter of Mr. and :MrS. Paul Simmons, J. Marvin Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and .Jacqueline Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch, Mankato, Robert Wiskus, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wiskus, Swea City, and Judy Strahorn. Mr. &hd Mrs. Phil Bernhard are parents of ia d&ughter borti Saturday, May 26, at St. Ann PONtlAO'-THE ONLY WIDE-TRAOK OARI Pontiac action! Wide-Track balance! 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