The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 24
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(Id,) Uprisr Dti Main* urtday, Jofy 13, 1961 -.-&r,"'". tW7C?ftb>; a Of Seneca Is led July! « Seneca — Aiycc Louise Peler- sen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Seneca, became the bride of Clarence William Cheever, son of the Arnold Cheevers, Armstrong,, Saturday, July 1, at' the ' Free Methodist church, at Armstrdhg at 8 p.m The double fitig ceremony was performed by Rev. Jackson Sjilutler. .Bonnie Gochenour Was organist and accompanied the sbloist, Colleen Smith. The bride, • given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of silk organza/with Chantilly lace over nylon tulle and net. The gown was fashioned with long sleeves and a high neckline. The skirt was accented with a front apron ef- fect''of lace. Her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion was helc in place by a sequin and pear trimmed tiara.. She carried a cas qade bouquet of .blue, and whit oarnations with satin streamer £fnd carnation buds falling from £l while Bible. » Mrs. Eugene Friesth \vas nia tj-on of honor. Attending the groom as best man was Harlan Kinnander and ushers were Ray Ogle and Eugene Friesth, Fori Dodge. ' • A reception was held in the parsonage basement immediately following the ceremony for 80 guests. Mrs. Ray Ogle registered the guests. Mrs. Lyle England was dining room hostess and Mrs. John Woodbeck presided at the punch bowl. * Mrs. Donald Cronk and Mrs. Qrace Paris cut and served the wedding cake which had been baked and decorated by Mrs. L'eo Crowley. Coffee was pourecj WHlU_'YO^iMN iALGikA "> STOP AND Stl OuiftNiiELElCTION&F'tllltJ.tAls $ by Mrs. Harlan Kinnander and Colleen Smith, Sharon and Susan Sullivan were waitresses. The gifts were carried to the reception hall by Mr. Roberi Helgason and Leslie Cheever. T)ie gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Helgason and Mrs. Leslie Cheever. Mrs. Norval Gochenour and Mrs. John Kinnander served as kitchen hostesses. "The • bride attended grade school,at Seneca and high,school at Se'ntraK The grb6rn"gratiuatei:i fifom the Armstrong high school tms spring and is employed at (WE'VE ONLY GOT ONE LIKE THIS - SO BETTER HURRY.) l9S3 1 Fbifd4-'door $1951950 Chev. 4<fr. L .__ $65 1951 Pqntittc 4-dr. $1951950 Ford 2-door _„_ _:_„ $65 1952 Chevrolet 2.dr.-_^-___-$1951946 Ford '/2-T. pickup _^._^^,$75 ' And a smattering of other cheaper models.to choose from. • KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CY 4-3554 JeanZumachOf Whiffemore Is WedJuly9 Whiiiemore — Jean Zumach f Whittemore bec'ame the bride )f Gayle Meyer of. Whittemore, n .a 7 p.m. double ring ceremony in St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday, July 9. The bride is the yougest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, Whittemore and Mr. Meyer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfrea Meyer, Whittemore. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated. Rueben Butzke was organist and Mrs. Cleo Kautsch, soloist. Escorted ~t'o the altar by her the : Jffidet.wfcsi attiredvin Armstrong. ^Following a short wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells the newlyweds will be at home ai Armstrong. England Reunion .Lyle EngJands held a family reunion at their home Sunday. July 2. Enjoying the get-togethei were Mr, and Mrs. John England and Patricia, Esthcrville. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert England and family, Waliingford, Mr and Mrs. Leo McCart, Omaha Nebr., June Law, Spirit Lake Hoy England, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs. Arnold Cheever ana Charles Paris, Armstrong, Mrs John England and children. SV/ca City, Jerry England, Hart- Icy, and Mary England, Algorm Sbn Is Wed 'Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kaufman, Pamela and Peggy returned home Thursday from a trip to Salt Lake City where thoj attended the wedding of their son, Dolbi'il, arid Helen Anag- nostakis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zucharcas Anagnostukis Salt Lake City, which was held Sunday, June 25, at the Greek Orthodox church there. Also attending the ceremony were Mr and Mrs. Roger Osborn of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch and family were Sunday visitors at the Floyd Brekke home. Friday afternoon callers at the Ole Pedersen's included Mr. and Mrs. Otto Berkland of Colorado Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Berty) Berkland of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Smith and girls attended the wedding of Dennis Lund and Kathryn Stevens Sunday evening at thu Ini- munuel Lutheran church at Swca City. They also atloncled the reception at the church following the ceremony and were present at an informal gathering at the Lund home following the reception. SHIPPING TAGS — Upper Pes Moines Pub. Co., Algona. a white floor-length got*n of ny- I Ion and Venice lace over a foundation of nylon tulle and taffeta basque. Bodice featured an oval neckline with double bands of Venice lace, in yoke effect, short cap sleeves edged with lace. Her 1 bouffant nykin skirt was- adorned with Venice lace encircling the skirt in rows" extending from .bodice to hem. Her elbow length veil of English imported illusion net was held -in place by a Queens crown of pearlized flowers and tulle petals. Her jewelry was a pair of pearl car- rings, a gift from the bridegroom and she carried a cascade bouquet of sweetheart roses anc' stcphonotis with white streamers. Twyla Jergens, West Bend, was maid of honor. Mrs. Michael Grimm was bridesmaid. Marvin Ostwald was best man, Harlan Luiningor was groomsman and Allen Zumach and Dale Bell seated the guests. A reception following the ceremony was held in the church parlors for 175 guests. Thi bride's table was decorated in her chosen colors of pink and vhite. The table was adorned with a four-tier .square wedding cake trimmed with pink roses Table waitresses for the bride's table were Mrs. Dale Bell and Marlis Berkland. Other waitress e;3 were Luanna Meyer, Ann Baas, Barbara Greinert, and Gloria Walkw. Mrs. Marian Leininger was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Robert Drey- ev and Mrs. Melvin Roeber cut and served the cuke, Mrs. Dun- aid Gunderson and Mrs. Dennis Zumach poured. Other help included Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Mrs. C. B. Bergeson, Mrs. Lorenx Gade, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mrs Louis Greinert, Mrs. Lester Baa^ and Mrs. Edwin Greinert. The bridegroom attended St Paul's Lutheran school and graduated with the class of l ( J5t from Whittemore high school and is farming. The bride attended St. Paul's school and graduated from Whittemore high with the 1958 class and is employed at WhiUeinore. Upon return from their trip they will live here. FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burt Phcne 233 Southwest of Courthouse Algona - . Has Done If Again ! ' ' BESIDES HIS ALWAYS-POPULAR OFFER OF 2 FREE 1 WJTH EVERY COUGH SVRl>P - TO BE TAKgN At^ 6k<% S6 ' YOU W6Nt DARE COUGH (A YEARLY FEATURE OF RIDIKULAS DAYS At RISK'S), BLESS AND MlS SLIPPERY CREW HAVE GOT GOBS AND GOBS OF SPECIALS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR EYES POP I Family Gathering ' • Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Babe) Frost and family of "Huritingtbn Beach, Calif., arrived at "the -parental home of Mr. and Mrs George Wichtendahl - . Sunday evening, July 2, and will return to their home Thursday. For the first time in seven years, the families of the Wichtendahl's have all been home at the same time. They are ;thfe Frosts of California, Mr.; and Mrs. Harlan Wichtendahl and family of Cherokee, Bernard .Wichtendahl's of Ottosen, "the families of'Henry and Delbert and .Gordon Jenson of here, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle An- iersen and.Mark of Thor, Mrs. itoss Burns and family of Everly, Emogene and Selma of Algona Helen Lynette Walker, granddaughter of Mi\ and Mrs. .Arthur Heideriwith, accompanied Mr and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom of Algona to Albert Lea, Minn. Sun. ;rom visited with Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Walker, parents of Helen. and brother of Mrs/ Bjustrom. Rev. Cleo Kautsch left for Lincoln, New. Monday where he will attend a Lutheran Education Conference. Thurs., July 13ih LES ELGART and His famous Orch. Reservalions Available ADM. $1.87 plus tax tot. $2 Fri.. July 14th JULY BIRTHDAY BALL ' ORLIE WORKMAN Sat., July 15th JULES HERMAN AND HIS FINE ORCH. Tues., July 18th — 8 to 11 75c . THE FLAIRS They Have: COSTUME JEWELRY - TOOTHPASTE WATCHES - COLOGNES - CAMERAS CLOCKS - PERFUMES - FILMS SOAP - TOOTHBRUSHES - RAZORS RAZOR BLADES - SHAVING CREAM FIRST AID SUPPLIES -PACIFIERS HOT WATER BOTTLES - TRICYCLES TIRES -TUBES We'll have a sidewalk staff and inside-the-store staff on duty ready to of for 'you the greatest buys in our history! The only thing we'll sell that won't be ridikulas are our fop-flight prescriptions. .' ' '.'"-" - ' -- i Rusk Drug & Jewelry (WOOPS - GOT CARRIED AWAY THERE) 117 East State CY 4-2349 3 BIG TABLES OF RIDICULOUS PRICED MERCHANDISE - INSIDE THE STORE, ONE ON EACH FLOOR. 25c BUYS A LOT BREAK DOWN AND SPEND SOME MONEY ON THE KIDS! WHY DON'T YOU GET SOMETHING NEW FOR THE SHACK CURTAINS 88c VALANCES 25c SPREADS $2.88 DRAPES $2.50 FOAM FLAKES 2*$1 DISH CLOTHS 6*38c BED PILLOWS $2 SOFA PILLOWS $1.44 TABLE CLOTHS 88c 77c 59c HOSTESS SETS WOOD STOOLS PLASTIC SHOE BOX 25c FLOUR SACKS 4-$l 80 SO. MATERIAL 4 Yds, 88c BLANKETS $3.77 !*»»*»•:«• White Cotton Shirts 2 FOR 88c Training Pants 5 PAIRS 88c Plastic Pants 4 FOR 88c Crib Sheets 88c Toddlers Pajamas '" 88* Flannel Diupers $2,28 DOZ, Summer Suits Boys' & Girls' 78c . Terry Lounger Sets $1,48 Receiving Blankets $1,88 Crib Blankets $2.88 Sleeping Bags $1.88 For the little monsters 99 <* fhese SHOOS. adios Heel BIG SHOW OF BARGAINS AND BELLY LAUGHS AT THE BIG Snicker AND Laugh STORE LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN STATE ST, ON LADIES PLEASE BUY THESE INSTEAD OF JUST MESSING UP THE STOCK GIRDLES - 2- styles $2 — These will hold up anything. 3 - PIECE PAJAMAS $1.66 These look like a 25c value. ALL SUMMER DRESSES ON SALE AT $4 and $6,44. Also special $2 selections. HANDBAGS 99c These sure didn't sell at $2.98. JEWELRY 33c Do us a favor and buy these.. PANTIES 3-88c Sizes S, M, Land Unbelievable NYLON JACKETS $1*66; Boy, we've had these a long time, SWIM SUIT $4 We hoped we would get $8,95, lawn Mower, 4*hor«e, 23" J New $4Q lawn Chairs , $4.10 Lawn Lounges ' $9.50 i, leys Men's, Boys Knit Boy's Socks Beys' S<§leeve Whjti f-Shirt Summer Shirts 5^1.00 Shirts 88c 41 44 Men's Turt e BQ ^ S Summer Men/ * §P°rt Me* s Turtle .^^ 3 4 1Shim 99s Men's Bermuda Men's, Beys' or Peck Punts Pplished ^ettf n Cnpmbray Work Shirts $UOO Sox 44100 Neck T-Shirts Boy's Middy Briefs 19c *"- ,r\ * 2 ' 44 Pants $2.404.40 I'M TRYING TO READ THE BARGAINS OVER THERE AND DOWN HERE - AND ARE MY EYES GETTING SORE. u GOILS DRESSES - 88c Only 3 of these — thank goodness SHORTS -77c These will be cheaper next year. BLOUSES AND T-SHIRTS 77c Too nice to buy at any price. ALL GIRLS' SUMMER SPORTSWEAR ON SALE SHORTS, BERMUDAS, PEDAL PUSHERS, SWIM SUITS GOOD SELEC TIONS AT BIG SAVINGI SUN SUITS - 77c Just right for winter, DRESSES, 7-14 $1,88 Couldn't include these at88c ' . GRAB BAGS ~ AT LEAST 10,$! BILLS WILL &6 SOLD IN THESE PAJAMAS ~77c A real ii<tep §r These jvst about fit the big FREE lei IfMjNt 118- iJQ 15 Judged YOTf FOR Mi I ITANO ®N MY RECORD QF PLANNING AHead

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