The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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\ Married At St. Joe Alflotia (la.) Upper Dei Mo!<ie«-3 Thursday, July 6, 1961 'Jean Mary Becker, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, St Joe, became the bride of James Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Larsen, Humboldt, Junt 10, in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9 a.m.. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. The St. Joseph's men's choir sang with Mrs. Adeline Wagner- organist, Acolytes were Charles Becker, Richard Kirsch, Eldon Erpelding and Joseph Becker, Jr. Duane Larsen and Maurice.Beck- er were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father', wore a chapel-length gown Avith a brush train of silk organza and .Venice lace. The square neck and long sleeves were trimmed with Venice lace. The full .skirt was fashioned with side peplums set with Venice lace. Her fingertip' veil of illusion was held in place by a bridal crown of pearl 'and. 'crystal. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses. Norma Becker was maid of honor. .Eleanor Becker and , Sally Clark were bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were Donald Besch, best man, and John Larsen and Bill Loftus, groomsmen. A wedding dinner was held at •the Plantation Ballroom with a reception following in the afternoon. The tiered wedding cake was decorated'and baked by Mrs. Leo Crowley, Armstrong. Alma lllg and Marilyn Hogan were in charge of the guest book. Mr. Larsen is a graduate of Humboldt high school and is employed at Hastings Hatchery in Humboldt. The bride is a graduate of Sti Joseph high school and is presently ' employed by the First National Bank in Humboldt. Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple is now at home in Humboldt. (NeU Isaacson Photo —< UDM Engraving) ' All nervous systems are developed in response to,the necessity for some means of reacting to stimuli. At Reunion OfScheppmann Family, Wesley Irvinglort — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schappmann, long-time Irv- irigtqn farmers, held a family reunion Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J P. Studer at Wesley honoring their son, Leroy and wife, Wanda and four sons Leroy E.. Bradley, Russel and Randall of Calif Those present we're: Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Studer and family, Mr and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Gar> and Terry, Mr. and Mrs., Edwin Gade, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs, Gen& Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. F Newbrough, Lone Rock, Mr. anc Mrs. Gordon Hutchison, Bancroft Mr. 'and Mrs. Philip Studer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Studer of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs Paul Meyer and family of Bode Mr., and Mrs. Jim Kressin, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt of Austin, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christoffer, Lakefield, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Handervidt of Jackson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, L. Scheppmann of' Sherburn, Minn., and Emma Studer of Wes- iey. There were 73 guests present. Each family brought a well-filled basket of food and the ladies served a picnic dinner. All enjoyed a pleasant day. Leroy and family left early, Monday for their home in San Diego, Calif. Pebby Gales of Chicago spent the weekend here with her father, Chris Gales, and other relatives! Susan and Alice Becker 01 LuVerne were guests of their cousins, Annette and Janella Frankl, several days this week. Neil Colwell of Lincoln, Nebr, spent the past weekend with hii parents, the Harrold Colwells and visited his grandmother, Mrs Lee Colwell Sunday. . The Gerald Frankl family spent July 4th at Clear Lake. UDM .Classifieds Pay Dividend* THISSUMMERP COOK AND ENTER' TAIN IN CLEANS COOL COMFORTS live the coo with pas whole-house air ^ It I•» • /I f\ n f\ ITIA WI M ^1 Whatever you want to do or II II II III II II III II I have to do indoors this summer, Vjwl I wll 111 VII III IV4 you can do it in clean, cool, com^J fort if you have gas whole-house air conditioning. Filtered-fretfi cool air gently circulates through every room in the house. All you do is set the thermostat for the temperature your family prefers. Live the cool life this summer and every summer to come,- Install practical, eco- 'nomical gas whole-house air conditioning. Call now for an installation estimate. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY "YOUR QM COMPANY" ALGONA HUMPTY DUMPTY Salmon KIEFFER Pears 4 '1:;; si oo I DEL MONTE Grapefruit Sections 4 Cans 89* PILLSBURY FLOUR 25 Lb> Bag FLAVORITE Tea Biscuits 16 COUNT 23 NABISCO COOKIES Oreos 4 Hershey CHOC.SYRUP 2-39 c WESSON OIL LIBBY'S JUICE QUART 46 Oz. Can SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag SEEDLESS RAISINS 2 Pound Bag SWEET RASHER eef Roast Lb. Sliced Bacon 1 Ib. CELLO U.S. CHOICE - TENDERIZED Round Steak LB. 49 c DECKER'S GRAINY LARD LB. Pail RENWICK LONGHORN SUN GIRL argarine Lbs. COOK OUT MEATS ® CLUB STEAKS • THICK CUT SIRLOIN @ T-BONE STEAKS ® SPLIT BROILERS ® BAR-B-QUE RIBS • CUBED STEAKS RIB EYE STEAKS 9 GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE FROZEN FOODS SEA MIST LEMONADE 8 Cans $1.00 FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans NORTH STATE GRAPE JUICE 6 Cans $1.00 BING Cherries CALIFORNIA WHITE POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49c CONSUMER'S LOW P R IC E • S—E V E

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