The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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iff (la.) Upp»r DA» Main* Thursday, June 29, 1961 John Nielsen Ottosen Is fed June 18 Oliosen — Nuptial vows were exchanged by Doris Alger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loris ATger of Graettinger, and John Nielsen, soft of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jv Nielsen of Ottosen, June is at'2:30 o'clock at the Methodist church at Graettingen Rev, Ralph Grote performed the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white gown of cotton and nylon lace ovpr net and taffeta. The neckline Was scalloped, and the sleeves were long extending to points at the wrists. The bouffant floor-length skirt was attached.. to a fitted bodice. Her. short veil of bridal Illusion "Was held in place With a bandeau, Her single str'and 61 pearls w«s a gift of thfe groom She carried a bouquet of rec sweetheart roses. Rosemary Eckley was maid 01 honor and Billie Stedman was bridesmaid. Larry Telford wfls best hian and Curtis Kerns was groomsman. Janie Shimon was flower girl. Steven ; Westerman Was ring bearer. Garland Westerman sang, accompanied by Katherine Hartung, organist. Ushers and candle lighters were Gene Alger and Kenton Kerns. ' ,,j A reception was held 'in th<3 church parlors. With 200 guests in attendance. Mrs. Jerry. Mobely was in charge >of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McConnell were the dining room hostsi Mrs. Orval Heathman and Mrs. Kermit Shimon cut the weddinfc cake. Mrs.,.Paul Stephas and Mrs, Verl Daniel poured; Mrs. Garland Westerman served punch; Helping with the gifts wert Mrs. Lewis Schackerer, Mrs. Richard Kargel, Mrs. James Lews and Aileen, Bisgaard. Serving *>. Shrubs a good Selection Clump Birch White Birch Cut-leaf Weeping Perennials! Summer Season, July and August: Monday through Saturday 6 to 8 p.m. Eve. only. Duncan Garden Center North of Catholic Cemetery were Judy^ Chflstlaftsen» ffathy Kuyjbef, Wilma Hockett, Linda HeathiHftfl ' '»nd* ,Mfs, MefVin Thompson. Their honeymoon trip wa* to the Black Hills. The bride is a graduate 01 Gfaettinger high school, and Mankato' Business College and was employed at fort Dodge. The groom is £ graduate of Ottosen high school and has served two years in the army. He is engaged in farming and the couple will make their home north of Rolfe on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle W&ecfiter 6f Iowa City are the parents "of-a six pound, eight ounce son born June 24. He is the fifth grandson for the paternal grandpar^ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Antohe Waechter. ' Gary Schultz left Saturday for Winnebago, Minn,, where he will be employed this surnjtter. Mr. and, Mrs; Wally Jaeckel and children of Milwaukee, . : Wisc. were Sunday overnight" visitqrs of Rev. and Mrs. Harold' Moun- ain. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Torvik and family of. Eagle Grove were afternoon arid supper juests. ' ; ', Mr. and Mrs; Virgil Thorson of. Austin, Minn/VCame Tuesday 'or a week's- visit at the Ed Ben-1 cendorfs. Friday evening the two j families attended a birthday party for Harold Worby at his home in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth took'her sister, Mrs. J. ; W, Tor- vestad of Portland, Oregon to Omaha Saturday to visit another sister there. •Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk visited her uncle/Ftank Logan Friday. He is critically ill at the hospital in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs.' Donald Usher and Ruth visited at the Ellis Usher home an(i with pther relatives . at •; Nashua : Sunday. Ellis Usher suffered a- heart attack Thursday. -.'.-.......... W. G. Cooper had the first oi 11 X-ray treatments'Thursday at the University hospital at Iowa City.:..-- •-••.. :r , : Mr, and Mrs. Mike Coyle attended a reunion of Company C of World ' War' I at Fairmont, Minn.' Sunday.' Lenhard Holden was surprised on , .his seventy-fifth . birthday Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway and children of Ren wick and Mr. and Mrs. Holden went to Bode where they enjoyed a birthday supper. When they arrived home the following ; people were there to surprise Mr. Holden: Mr. and Mrs. Thor Selvig and Mrs. Nels Helle of Bode, Mrs. Clara Solberg, Oliver Chris-' tiarison, and Mrs.- Fred Kamjsien union was held June 25 at the rk in Emmetsburg. The annual Jacob pa was! held June 25 with Loi|is Jacobswr , W idem of the gfciu^ • teryig, 83, Cfentervflle, T 'WiI^ oldest person attending and *"' Lynn . youngest. Attending, frorn^ were Mrs. Befthi- Jacob96n| Arland, the 'Aflan, ^ehwi^d the Louis Jaeobsons, the'ft Jacobsons, the Earl Olsons' the Marlyn l?flibsen.fa>niiy>,;ei Bode. * f • ™—,. ^ j *\j ' Ledyard Rosary Society Met Ledyard — The Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart CaJtholic Church met on Wednesday afternoon and following the recitation of the Rosary,thft meeting was in charge of Mrs. Al Johnson. Following ' the secretory and treasurers reports *a thank ybu note, was read from Mrs. E. A; Weaver. The July meeting will be held on. July 6. <"",_"' Invitaitions were refed, to ' two Guest Days from neighboring Pches, ithe Grant Methodist and St. Paul's Lutheran at La- kotsi. The program, in charge of Mrs. Don darken, consisted of a talk- by Father Montdg, an article read by ? Mrs. Johnson, musical selections by five girls, Linda and Judy Kollasch, Bonnie and'Diane Becker and DelOris Krebsback, accompanied ,.by Barbara, Faijow. s ; Mrs. darken gave a demon stration on the making Of banda ges 'out of sheets. • 'Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Rich ter, chairman, Mesdamteg Ceci Black, Virgil Gelhaus, Robert Hamilton, Harold .Ingilett, ''J. F Sullivan and Miss Ella McDonald •-: •'- V* daL were weekend Visitors at the Govern home. '".Truth "has, only id- Change "A tetf times W become *• '•'- - Mr. and Mrs. Arnold BratlartS Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Jotten and Gilbert Holden. The ninth annual Halsrud re CONTRACT DATASSELERS -for- PIONEER SEED CORN FIELDS CONTRACT DETASSELING MEANS • You are Assigned about 3 acres per person. • You Can Make Contract detasseling family arrangement. • You Housewives Can Earn Detasseling money without working In a Crew. • You Work Independently. • You Can Make More Money Per Hour Than Working In A Crew. HCKT' Make Your Application NOW! Work To Start In Early July! Call CY 4-2481. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Portland Twp. *-- By Mrs. Vfetpr Fitch. •Mr. and Mrs. David Sarchet of Dayton, Ohio arrived June 10 for a ten-day visit in ithe Robert Sarchet homer Mr.' :and Mrs. Roberl 5arche i t accompanied the David Sarchets on a itrip through the Black Hills and Bad Lands and visited Mr. and Mrs, • Vem Sarchet at Laramie, Wyoming, then went on to Denver, Colo. WheVe they visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson Friday to spend .the*, weekend visiting the ALGONA, IOWA Edmund Larsens land the J. R. Thompsons. Julie Thompson accompanied them home and will spend a week'with them. Mennet Trunkhill, Charles and Tommy went to Milwaukee last week where (they 'attended Ithe graduation of David Weston from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Alice Thompson of Burt called at the Edmund Larsen home to visit Mrs. Beverly Thompson. A picnic was held Saiturday evening at the Edmund Larsens in honor of Mr., and Mrs. Jack Thompson's first wedding anniversary. "Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Julie and Mrs. Flossie Thompson of Algona, the Quinton Bjustroms, Jim Lindhorsts, Arne Dil/lmers, Harvey Larsens, Linda and Becky Brandow and Mrs. Effic Teeter and Donna. Evening callers were Alvina, Helen, Mary and Norma Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller ol Algona were Saturday qvening visitors of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher ind little granddaughter of Titonka were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf enit to Fenitpn Friday evening, vhere they visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Joy Peterson. : ivfr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and family of LuVerne and Mrs. Clara Marlow of Burt were dinner and supper guests in the P. W. Marlow home Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Presthus and Nancy were dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch went to Britt Sunday whore ithey spent Hie day visiting the Leo darks. Mrs, Bernadine Opheim and famijy attended the Weise family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday and came to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, Sunday do spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Jean attended the Clapsaddle family reunion Sunday at Fort Dodge. Mennet Trunkhjll spent from Wednesday itill Friday at Clear Lake at the 4-H Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven have a new grandson, born June 24, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Steven South Bend, Indiana. He weighed 10 pounds and has been named Terry Lee. Mvs. Victor Fitch, Kprene and Judy and Sharon Hj* attended the 4edication of the new Presto, terion church Jjj A'gQfW, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Jean attended ^ picnic at the Robert- Steven home Monday evening. Mr. pjd Mrs. Ha Clapsaddle and fgmjly pf Wh er, Wise. wer<j {{onor^d gues' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse Leroy called §t fjjg George home Sunday. Sisiter Mary Eucharisla and Sister Mary Sheila, sisters of Mrs. Lawrence Govern, visited at the Governs Synday and Monday. M*- an <* Mrs. Frank Murphy tSa^^ffclSf^' ie and Pat Murphy of Sunnyvale, LuVerne News Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Stoll, Lu Verne, her sister, Mr. and, Mrs. Elmer Hutchinson of Eagle Grove, attended the reunion :fot the children of their parents,,the l&te Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Johnson, in the Alden Park Sunday. Michael Pfeiffer of Henderson, Nevada has arrived for his an*' Hual summer vacation "With his grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. Ar* thur Dimler, Mrs. Earl Neal was honoreo. Friday on the occasion of her birthday when coming in for the afternoon were friends Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. Paul Blumer, Mrs. Jessie Sanford, Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Norma E. McClar- ari. They brought refreshments. Mrs. Nelle Biegger has returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient the past three weeks. 'Mrs. Wilma Dehnert went to Cedar Falls to visit her cousin, Nettie Miller. Mrs. Dehnert wih then spend the weekend visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Pitlik in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Helen Stude'r of Corwith is visiting in Salt Lake City Utah with her daughter, th Kenneth Conway family. Mrs Conway is convalescing from 1 re* cent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach have news that Capt. and Mrs Wilford Berryhill and sons have moved from Atlanta, Georgia to New Orleans, La. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olson ana daughter Sandra Kay of Thor were Sunday guests at the Herman Hanson home to celebrate Fathers Day and the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Hanson which was Monday, June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Headington and Karen of Decorah were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berr C. Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby and children. of Waterloo were Sun day visitors with her mother. Mrs. Minnie Henderson. Mrs. Cora Ross of Humboldt and Florence Hof of Fort Dodge visited Sunday with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. EdwaiAl Hof. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Reed and children of La Punta, Calif., arrived to visit her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Schneider. Mrs. Minnie Henderson was ibnored Tuesday on the occas-, on of her birthday. Guests were' her neighbors, Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mrs. Waynei Sanford, Mrs..? Albert Mrs. Earl Near, Mrs.'Paul'Blum-. er, Mrs, Ralph' Davidsbn, MfS. "Norma E. McCiarafl. They brought refreshments. • Mr } and Mrs. Henry'Marty and Marie" Kay visited Friday and Saturday at the cottage of their soft Rev. Howard Marty *iy Johnson, fami$ It RhtefView Park, Cedar "••" "•-•«••••-*••• and Mrs. Mar. 1 .. . ty knd MariS Kfiy went t* Genoa, 111., to visit their daughter; t. ' tfnd Mrs. Eddie;' Liftk aiid: (ihil -Sn. \ . . "r , '? 'V-' : . Mr. and Mrs., deptfa (RayJ daughter, Mrs. Joan Springsted pf ^flltham, Minn., We're*, SfttjMdlB? t >'g)le§ts of -his pidiherV "wet'^l^ore Johnsons. "FornW, &|{ifiW;sf of LuVerne, "they clffie ld";atlend the Miller family, ""' -' IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SIM DRESS |I|)MQW. DO IT NOW . I.;TM HUN6ftY : If it hasnt Intensive cropping practices employed these days require heavy fertilization. If soil nutrients aren't replaced by the ' application of adequate (amounts of; commercial fertilizer, the * soil DOESN'T HAVE IT! And your crops CAN'T GET IT! . The best way for you to accomplish an adequate fertilization program is with Bis-Van . . the complete •analysis liquid fertilizer.. the premium quality fertilizer .. that co^tr no more than ordinary dry fertilizer,.but does so much more for you! With Ris-Van, you get a product that is 100% water/ Soluble.., It is immediately available to the plant. Ris-Van is not only faster acting . . . but longer lasting. And the labor saved applying Ris-Van adds up to lower crop production'costs.' ' Side Dress Your Corn Now I < , • RIS-VAN'S GOT IT! Sp Get Rlc-Van. Man. ...That's Fertilizer! AVAILABLE FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC. "FORMERLY RISING'S MILL AND ELEVATOR",, < » * ^ * * -** - * 6 i/ *t w j ** ' * ^3l * 5 * SAM 'DAVIS, Any Questions? nd CHARGE! JEEP DITCHING PUMP REPAIR see; WELL DRILLING ElbertWel! Co. THIS AREA'S QU?!|T A>!0 MOST REUABU! NAMf IN THi WiU DRILUNO BUSiNiSS ^^

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