The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
Page 27
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Wed, June 25, |yyeo City Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Dennis Lund who were married June 20 ait fmmanuei Lutheran' church in Swea City. The bride is 4he former Kathryn Stevens, daughter of Mr and Mrs D. A. Stevens, Fayette. The bridegroom is a son of Mr'and .Mrs Harry J; Lund, Swea City. • ' Following a wedding trip the couple will be at home at Swea City for >the summer. Next fall Mrs Lund will teach' at Osage and Mr Lund .will continue studies at Upper Iowa. (UDM Engraving) At CARSON S $100 VINYL FLOOR COVERING 12 Ft. Width Sq. Yd. Reg. $1.6? Ridikalus bargins on sidewalk such as: GIFTS WALLPAPER PAINT Sunde-Wibben Thfe,%edding of Beverly Suride and Edwin Wibben was sn'f nized the fevening of June. 24, at Bethlehem Lutheran church Buffalo Center, la. •» j.t-.uj 01 v..t L'oui.,«; are Mr and Mrs..Ingvald Sunde, Lako'ta and Mr. and Mrs. John Wibben Ehnore. • The couple is at home at- Elmore, after a wedding trip tf Wisconsin Dells, Wis. - : The bride, a graduate of La koba high school, attended Mankato Commercial college and is employed at First National Bank, Elmore. The groom, also a Lakota graduate, served three years in the army and is now employed at Rock Island Lumber Company. The double-ring ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Orville Olson. The bride's sister, Mary. arid Judy Schwarz were candle- lighters. Attendants to the bride were her cousin, Carolyn Askeland, maid of honor, and Luella Price, bridesmaid. Her sister Karen was flower girl and Douglas Speicher,. Des Mpines, carried the rings. The groom's brother, Marvin, was bpst man and the bride's brother, Keith, was groomsman Ushers were brothers of the couple, Ivan Sunde and Lauren Wibben. About 250 guests attended the reception in the church dining nail, after the ceremony. Sharon P$£roote Weds Irvington Morquerite M- Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hansen are spending this week vacationing in Minnesota. They wil! visit a few days at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Johr (Morris at Carlos, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jo|in Hayes oi Cedar Rapids spent the weekenc' with'Marguerite Hayes. On Sunday they all attended the Hayes reunion at Call Park at Algona. ThirtyTthree were in attendance. A picnic dinner was st* /ed by ladies and . all enjoyed a ' afternoon. .;';) i : Sinter Dolef and *Ntr. j»n^ Mrs. John Dole spent Sunday at Iowa City with the Joe Bird family. Mrs. John Dole was one of the sponsors for Steven William Bird at his baptism. Sunday Paul, Ann, Susan, Kathy and Joan Bird returned to their home with the Doles after having had several weeks vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schepp- mann were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer on their 19th wedding anniversary July 7, The following Sunday,a family gathering was held at the Schepp- mann home as a farewell ju Lerpy 'and family. Timmie Colwell of Livermorc is visiting at the home of hit grandma, Mrs. Lee Colwell this week. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Platht and family and Mr. and Mrs Gerald Frank! and five youngest children spent Sunday at Crystal Lake. Sharon. Bristow of Algona is spending a few days here with her cousins, Karleen and Char- lecn Klein. The Serpari Antique Car Club of 50 members will meet at the Elmer Doles here for an 8 a.m breakfast July 16. Seneca Holds Annual Tour Seneca — Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held their club tour during their June meeting. The group assembled at Seneca early in the morning arto* drove to homes of members, ac- compaTiied by Dean. Barnes Kossuth : County extension direc tor, and leaders and parents 01 the members. . The group drove to the home of the Struecker boys where beef and garden, projects were exhibited. Mike Larson showed 1 his sheep; Kenny Beaver,, babj beeves; Vernon Wilberg- and Jack Geilenfeld, beef and sheep- Lowell Mueller, beef project' Dick and Roger England,.sheep. At .the James Bergum home James exhibited his garden project and a market litter; Donald Hannisch had a market littci and garden project; Brian Johnson showed his market litter as did Loren Menz. The group then drove to the Wayne Lynch home where Dick, Don and Tom showed sheep. Rodney and Jamie Jensen showed beef projects The next stop was at the Legion Hall at Lone Rock where Jamit: and Rodney were hosts' to the group for a picnic dinner. The afternoon was spent playim Softball. During the short busincs.' meeting which was held, various demonstration teams were chosen to represent the club. 1 at Demonstration Night, Monday evening, July 31, at Burt. Teams chosen were James Bergum and Donald Hannisch'; Rodney Jen sen and Brian Johnson; Loren Wlenz and Craig Jensen; and Lowell Mueller and Tim Strcuc- ker. Sharon Elaine De Groote became the bride of Jerry Dale Cowan in a ceremony July 1 in First Methodist church here. The couple parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons and Mr and Mrs. Harold Cowan, all 01 Algona. " Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at the ceremony. Mrs Rex Taylor was organist, and Dick Dale, featured singer on the Lawrence Welk TV program and uncle of the bridegroom was soloist. Jo Ann De Groote, sister oi the bride, was maid of honor. 1 Bridesmaids were Pat Cowan; and Connie Hall of Algona and Sara Egnes, Vermillion, S. D, Jim Cowan was his brother's abest man. Groomsmen were Bob Slobe, Loren Nelson and Keith Colwell. Joe Bradley, Jr. and Mark Secle.y ushered. The bride wore a gown of ThM«t(0y, July T3, 1961 ('«•) Moln««~g white Chantilly lace and silk organza over satin. The molded lace bodice was styled with three quarter sleeves, pearled and so quined Sabrina neckline and tradition button and loop bach closing. The very full organza skirt nad pouf tuckes at tha sides and back and flowed into a graceful Chapel train. Hee finger-tip veil of imported all silk illusion draped from a crown of pearls. She carried an irchid on a white Bible. Following the ceremony, a ro- orchid on a white Bible. Country Club. Hosts were Mr and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr, and Mrs. Burton Harmcs. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and attended the University of South Dakota at Vermillion last year. She will continue her studies at Parsons College, Fairfield, this fall. The bridegroom is also an Algona high school graduate and attended Parsons College last year. Hu is enrolled at summer school there. After a few nays noneymoon at Lake Okoboji, the couple will live at Fairfield. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) Fenton Driver Charged After Recent Crash Charges of failure to have his vehicle under control were filed against Jerry Lee Wilberg, 23. Fenton, by Marshal Harry Hansen of Armstrong. The charges were the result of a one-car nccident at 3:15 a.m. Thursday Wilberg was driving cast on Highway 9, three miles west oi Armstrong when he lost 'control of his vehicle, which knocked over a mailbox on the south sido of the road. The car then crossed the highway, went into the north ditch and through a fence into a farm field. Wilberg was uninjured. Damages to the front end and fender of his car were estimated at $200. Damage to the mailbox and fence were set at $75 The Emmet county sheriff's office assisted in the investigation. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Ready for the "FREEZIN"season? 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