The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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AjijrtJ fla.) Upper Dot Molnai Thur»«tay, Jutia 22, t96l 10 At ftafo'n carried a bouquet of pink roses, A reception was held in the ehifrch following the ceremon;? for HBO guests. 1 Mrs. Sidney Petersen Was in charge of'the guest book, Mrs. Richard Ki-app arid Mrs. Bella Flynn cut the cake. Mrs. Herb \Vieske and Mrs. Willis Cotton poured. Mrs. Art Utbff, Marilyn Hanson 'and Jane-ane Zweifel took charge Of the gifts. The bride attended Sentral high school and is a graduate 6f Iowa State Teachers • College, j Mrs. Menz is employed by the ,Anamosa public schools where she will; continue to teach. -Mf; Mcnz is,'a graduate of Sentr^i ,nigrt sci.ool and is employed *at Cedar,' Rapids.' A'fter' a .ho'hey- modtl of a 'week at Chicagb, tlte couple is at home at Anamdsa. U\cls Isaacsdn Photo— f Sharon Dorsey, Bancroft, Is&jje y4f SweaCHy Seneca — Sharon. Ka daughter of Mr. attd 1,^,. yYJ1 Ham Dorsey of Bancroft, beeihit the bride of Larry Dean Cl&u&ft son of Mr. and' Mrs.' WJlliart Clausen 6f Kirigsley,' Ibwti, ip a double ring ceremony, • Satdfdaj- afternoon; 'June 'l?nn tfie x First Bap us 1 church, at Swea C|ty Rev. Le Roy C&r^er, ofiicfated.'" ^••^'1*. ''v.MM 1 W«4s.*il Jj. J^''l!Pi^i!41 * ^. Is Margaret Mae Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer of : Lone Rock, and Larry L. Meriz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence'Menz of Fenton, were married. in .« • double ring ceremony June 10 in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church by Rev. C C. .Callahah,' Kanawha. The organist-was Zoe Thoreson and soloist Was Lou Ann Newbury. . The bride's attendants were I^ancy Fischer, maid of .honor, and Kathryn Johanneson ano Margaret Haefner bridesmaids Roger Menz of Fenton was best man and Loren Menz and Charles Pfalzgraff: were ushers. The bride .was attired- in i dress .of white silk organza With appliqued roses over taffeta, \l.tb a full-length skirt. The fingertip veil was attached to a crown of orange blossoms. Her only, jewelry was a single strand of pearls and pearl earrings. The bride Don't be'tflO Protect your Boat and Motoc with an ' i Floater . ^.__ It's Just good business to protect your outboard* equipment with an Auto* Owners Floater Policy... makes boating more fun, .too. Here's coverage 4*. ashore or afloat. Call us ^for details today. ^Auto-Owners (MUTUAL) INSURANCE COMPAW PHONE CY 4-4529 A. J. "ARNIE" RICKLEFS RICKLEFS INSURANCE AGENCY 2 E. State Algona Wed Monday Bancrofl — Donn'a Bergman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman, Bancroft, be-' came the bride- of Lcland Derner, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Derner, Whittemore, in a double ring ceremony performed at St. John's church Monday by Msgr. J. H.'Schultes. Acolytes were Larry Bergmanj .Tommy Derner, Eddie McGuire' and Patrick Merron. Ann Vogel wa's organist. •' The , bride, given 1 in marriage by her father,'wore a full-length gown of' nylon organza over s foundation of net and taffeta. The bodice 'Of nylon organza with short sleeves and brocade around the 1 neckline. The'bouffant skirt swept into 'a wide chapel train and was adorned with embroidered flowers ' throughout the skirt. The back of'the bodice fell into a large bow with rose petal streamers., * Her headdress was a half-hat with! a sequin'crusted, lace-trimmed in seed pearls attached to her elbow length veil.- Her single strand pearl necklace and pearl earrings were a gift of the bridegroom. She carried 'a bouquet of red roses on >a white praye; book. '••• ,'••''• - - , " ' « Mirredith Bergman, w'as maid of honor, Alice JVIehke •'a'nd. Par tricia Brennan-were bridesmaids^ Joan Derner was junior bridesmaid. . '• : Gary Harm was bestman. Marlin Kirsch and- Bill Molley were groomsmen'. •:•''' ' • ' Mrs. ' Frank .Sweeney; West Bend, 'and. Mrs. Henry 'Derner, Milfprd, grandmothers of the groom.'were present. A dinner and reception was held at the Plantation Ballroom : for relatives and friends. j The bride, is a 1957 graduate] of St. John^s and was graduatea from St. Joseph Mercy . Schooi of Nursjng at Sioux'City. She has beeen-employed at Passavant Memorial hospital, Chicago. Mr. Derner graduated from Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and has been employed by America). Chicago and San Francisco. The young couple will make their home in San Francisco rTiK-i ," • iSSC ^,.,««. . ~.,wf $J;oVldedf»nuptia mUsifi 1 dnd"' adcbtnp«ie<f 'tlii 'Solo 1st; Mi's. Lowell't£?s6'JO~ t f Marcia" faartshortt'; |reiierifeld Ebttore,'Minn.,''was ''rorf 01 hon6f.' Bridesmaids' 4 ; were Cfaro. Hanlseh of Senefcftf'ftnd 1 "Marforft Arnold, of Clarks Grove, Minn Kathy Richardson; ''niece of tht 1 bifdegroom, wa's "flower girl Lowell Graham, Algona, nephew, of the bride,* was ringbearer. ! "The groom's attendants wen his brother Clair, B ;.,s best man and Michael' 'Harb'old, 'dmahs and Robert Richardson, '(fo'usin from Kingsley. tTsheraf were Dennis Graharn,:i Algeria; cousin o," the' bride,' Kelthi Khonerf; 'Led- j'ard,' another' coUslH and Keltl? Richardson of Kingsley, brother 1 in-tew of the gfpdm. . The bride's aunt;rMrs. Vernon Larson, Tempe, .Arizona, registered the guests. A reception was held in the Guild Hall immedU otely following" "the' ceremony. Mrs; Glenn Clark" was dining room hostess. Punch,was served by Mrs. William Knonfer, Ledyard, and Mrs. Harvey GrahthH of Algona poured. - • ' >f Waitresses Were Mrs. George Wold, Jr. of Sartcr6ftj fi Nitz, Brandon, Wisconsin 1 J Icne Moore, Elma; '^irtd* . Herbold of Kingsley. The beautifully decorated four tiered we'd- ding cake had been baked "ana decorated by Mrs. Russell 'Kauff• man. It was cut and served bj Mrs. Chester Farrlngton. oi Tempe, Arizona, and Mrs. Keith Richardson, Kingsley. • Gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Lorenz Nitz of Brandon, Wisconsin, and Marcia Clausen. Kitchen hostesses , Included Mrs. Eldon Link, Mrs. Eunice Sanders, Mrs. Lloyd 'Godfredsen, Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Paul Hassel Mrs. Alfred Petersen and -Mrs. Chauncy Waterbury. The bride was graduated from Seneca High School and attended Iowa State teachers, colle'ge at Cedar Falls. She taught tWc years at Kingsley arid has accepted a similar teaching position at Laurel, Iowa, this fall. She will commute to Marshalltown where ;hey will make their home. The groom was graduated from the Kingsley High School and 1* entjkyel by* the,Stetc'.tlifh« ,A "toUhs'elcf W'Bte J.Caffli«}fV ^^^^^^SSftJSJJ Way cfemmls^dn 'fit Maf'lhail' -Girls, $fjs, '&!;, -I-fp .V^i* IM&^lfl^K^-rf^, »EirI t «*' '•ifcT^'lSr^ Berium ji!|fll?|fW aiwMfc ^n«Su e £ri2f r( 5K "I • n » 5I r l ! f !! qn " Wtity & loWl, Wai *efttf«l«g 'to '• *?*' Mr*< >lme & _ Bergum |i|f| gum hptt.e.'Tiie meiTare'brothers. MJUff |W >Jf(f $H Carol' Hannisch left last, """' " she ; - earn >was ^attempting ,to -, paga; a „ , JJ'aVlU ^IHUlCttOCll* ttl/j AbinaoovMr »tJ'"afeHSi'fo'BjBty j ,',^ *-, .' *,'•&* W 5ti'I. | tfafttesa, Ledges bfpther of'SfA- Akdrefcse^^?tifBk%B^5f ^ s ! c ^tjdl^'fti sM^'lbwd whfei-e go^ attorney,; was injuredjfl —.. , - -. - - . Wi 'Teeks as cehfly when tfie auld- ty «*$ • H« ^^-r^hedJbJJn^ib a-^.^^^J ' , . . - ,"' V ,' - - J -4 it I ' - ' -V ' ' "' -^.-*— -. r ^^£ ~ ^.^4-^.^i "- UB.vlaf,.a. vSluaenv ,BI ,ine ujii" verilty of loWl, WMs, ^ejfiffllng 'to Rlngsted; fr^ffl i6$U City Wlj&n the 1 ' mlsfiflrf" occutrMr' Me reftoft* '""• ' "*—"-i;ib.,p«iiwa *'' '•'"•"" ' "".'/ ; :*l|hl Oveeks as cehtly when the auta; hf waa • He ^aa Jffnea jo^ur lyitfgyyy^^Vtftf^iggVVV^WWWrtWtfWMWW^^ AVIAVW, MONDAY, June 26 / V.VBFF vSr^Door VQPIP • AlUiAi pnze $ X omJbJb i t r ~f?t , Delicious Coffee and ' '''Cake '•"• OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK s LONE ROCK, IOWA ^^ WA 5-3720 No. 10 of a Series PEOPLE MAKE IOWA GREAT ... the local merchant To the merchants of our home-town communities we owa a vote of appreciation for the way they have helped build our towns and cities. They" are always working for Ul9 community's advancement. The business district's of every (own are a tribute to their enterprise and continuing financial investment. The brewing industry Is proud of the part it, too, is playing jn helping build our Iowa communities. For instance, it has invested over $62 million in Iowa stores, warehouses and; facilities. It spends over $27 million a year in Iowa fpr rent, insurance, and general business costs. Its Iowa payroll is piore than $30 million per year. These are LOCAL e'x-> penditurcs, right in our own communities. They are more of the ways ia which.., Me Brewing Industry contributes to Iowa's growth •'.•'. IOV/A ...DIVISION UNITED STATES' BRgVyaRS. ASSOCIATION, ELECTRIC GONE! Noclinmey necessary with Electric Heat! And there is no more smoke or smudge,. - _. because there's no flame or combxistion. B 11* M "IP Well! that takes care of g, lot of the house cleaning LIL II I that you've been saddled with before. You have hours' rirjil I and hours more freedom to spend in other family 11 !• Ml I activities. You have so much more time for carefree living.. .it's the modern way to be "on top" of the housework! In an electrically heated home, every bit of space is usable! You have the space formerly allotted to the heating plant for a family recreation room, for hobbies or for the children's play spot. It's'clean, comfortable, useful. You have more closet space, too. Every thing about Flameless Electric. ^ __„, IM"9eM?toa TM Ekatrfc IOWA ELECT ' I

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