The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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Burt Man Wed My 30 jtiiiito^iiiiiii in -i ni'i- .-I ..*_,. , , *'/: ^ : /_,.-* Marjorie Orr, Algdna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Orr, Focahpntas, became the bride of Roger L. Steward, Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. The candlelight ceremony took place July 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Algona Methodist church with Rev. Newton Coughenour officiating at the double ring ceremony. ' The bride was attended by Mildred Stearns as matron of honor. Eugene R. Steward was best man. Ushers were Clarence Stearns and Perry Steward. The bride was attired in a floor-length bouffant gown of silk organza with net underskirt, portrait < neckline with long sleeves tapering to a point. It i also had a scalloped lace side panel effect on both sides and I over bodice of gown. She wore' a fingertip veil of English s;lk illusion lace with coronet sequined and crystal tiara^ J Following the ceremony a re- j ception was held in the. church parlors. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain. Mrs. Vernpn Burns cut the cake. Gertrude Oetkin; Mrs Jenny Shoenhair and Mrs. Mary Sorenson, poured. Waitresess were' Arlene Kramer, Patricia Hudspeth and Judy 'and Janice Abbas. Mary, Miller, Mary Orr and Fern Orr opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of L'aurens high school and has been employed at St. Ann hospital. The bridegroom graduated 'from Burt high and Upper Iowa. He is a teacher at Danville where the couple are now at home. (Glenn's Studio, Photo— UDM Engraving) Mrs Addie Driver, resident o£ of the Good Samaritan home, was visited Sun., by Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughters, Carole and Diane, Mason City They were also at Mrs Clark Orton's. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason were visited Sunday by the former's sister, Mrs Hilda Van Zyfl arid Mr and Mrs Oscar Eason, Alton, Mrs C. W. O'Connor and Mrs Gordon Winkel spent Saturday in Des Moines. Dr. C. W. O'Connor is in Fieri* da on a fishing trip with his father and friend, Steve O'Connor and Ward Ashford, Lake City. Mr and Mrs Don Asa and family have returned from a vacation of a week at their trailer house at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs William Anderson has as guest last week the latter's miece, Susan Larson, Lehigh. Mr and Mrs William Baker are being visited by 'their daughter, Mrs Gene Hendrickson and sons Steve and Randy who came Wednesday from San Diego, Calif., and will be here a few weeks. Attending the graduation of Mary Janice Trunnelle from Mercy hospital school of nursing, Des Moines, Aug. 13 were her parents the Ted Trunnelles, Mrs Rosalie Bonavia and Charlotte, Lewis Gilbride family, Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille Carroll of Algona. Those of Janice Kay Garman from St. Joseph;Mercy School of Nursing at Mason City Tuesday were Mrs Jerold Garman, Mrs Victor Garman and June, Mr Wm. Erpelding and Joyce, Mrs Leo Garman and Mrs Bill Garman.'all' of Algona. Janice is the daughter of the Art Garmans, Corwith, and grand-daughter of Mrs Mary Garman, Algona, Mr and Mrs Mark Stanton and Jim and Mrs Anna 1 Weir left Tuesday morning for a week's fishing trip to the Lake of the Woods. Mr and Mrs Bill Garman received a call from their 'son, Donalld, Houston, Tex. that a son was born to him and wife, Beverly. The baby weighed '0 Ibs. 2 oz. and has been named William Gregory. Mrs Fred Haack, who Is em< ployed as nurses aid at the John Thill residence at St. Benedict, recently visited in New Hampton, Her son Ewald had been employed at Weidenhoffs and has been transferred to Mead, Nebraska, wher he will work in a missile plant. The Good Will Industries truck Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckhol: were dinner guests Sunday of the former's mother, Mrs Anton Boeckholt, Buffalo Center. The Boeckholts vacationed - at the Ozarks a few weeks ago., Mr and Mrs Henry Becker were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Fred Lemke at Paullina. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley Sr., and the latter's mother, Mrs William . Vonderhaar, Humboldt, have returned from a two week vacation at Lac Court Oreill'es, Wise. Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman had Mr and Mrs Roger Radig, Lone Rock, and Mrs Eliza Angle as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley and family left Tuesday on a vacation of a week in various parts of Arkansas. Mrs Daniel Bray and children, Dan, Mary, Bill and Robert, have returned from a visi't ait Roseau, Minn., with Mrs Bray's mother, Mrs J. J. Delmore. Mr and Mrs Irving Urch plan to return <to Greenville, South Carolina, their former home. They wJll be moving about Sept. 1. They spent Monday and overnight at the Okobojis and their son Don had Bob and David Martin as guests. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter spent the weekend ait Schaller with Mr and Mrs Don McDonough and Saturday attended Popcorn day. *h« arnriuBtion Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman me graouaupn , :,„"„:„„j f u_ „„„„;,„„.„„„„* have received the announcement of a birth of a son Aug. 14 to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dan Jones, Mount Vernon. The infant has been named Matthew and other children in the family are Bradley and Martin, Harry Godden hqs been visited by his daughter Mrs Tlom Rabun, Los Angeles, Calif. From here she went to Staten Island, N. Y. to visit Dr. and Mrs Robert Lucey. BiU Lucey, who has been here several weeks, accompanied her home, Mr anj Mrs Charles Beringer are returning Friday from Lake Kabatogoma, Minn. They have as house' guests the latter's father and sister Ed Hellerman, of Perry and Mrs Gilbert Fox, San Diego, California. Mr and Mrs James Arend spent Sunday at Curlew with Mrs Arend's parents, Mr and Mrs August Kunz. MI and Mr? R. S. Blossom spent a few days at Cedar Falls lest week with the latter's sisters, Grace and Margaret Rait. Mr and Mr; John Briggs were visited from Sunday till Tues- wuibe in Algona Aug. 21 and day by their daughter Mrs Pat anyone who has articles of cloth- ScoH, Minneapolis. Other visitors Ins to contribute is asked to brjng Friday were Mr and Mrs Lawr- them to Mrs William Biwwhey, on.ttsp.oege and Mrs Amelia ?J§ S. Minjaesota St. P-oege anq| Paulinus, Burt, Mf 6nA Mrs Aft Burrls have re. fttty been Visited by, the tetter's MfeWs* Mr and Mrs Scott /Vol* Ima, Lamottt, Okla. During the Visit all \verit to Rowan to spend &;dey with Mrs Burris uncle and dunt, MY a.hd Mrs £5. F. Stout, fiiid-.-:'-toere met there by other fjemtiVe's' from £)es s Moines. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook had Mrs.W. G. McDougaM as guest at their trailer house at the Oko- bojis a: few days this week. sfat flttd Mrs Frank Vera had ; 6s; guests Sunday Mr and Mrs iMarion Burbank,,Mason CMy, and ;Mr and Mrs Wayne Hagan, Ti^ tonka; Dr. and Mrs William Monlux, ife; Will spend .the weekend here with the m6the« >) M«.fi.-0 M6ftlux. • ' } ' Mr and MM Ffiinle Vet«,^ grandsons Tommy and Jo6, Hutchison, Phoeni^, Rriz., fepetft the weekend with the Ted Veras'at their Okoboji cbttage. . Mrs Gertrude Faulsiiek has had as guest's Mr and Mrs F>a1ik Scattdon, IronWood,. Mich. They also spent, some time with ,Mr and'Mrs James Baker.' * , /, Mr and Mrs James Baker attd family have returned from a t^n day vacation at their cabin, on Lost Island. ' Mr and Mrs Clayton Bilytsu are expected this week from-.Independence for a visit with the md; ther, TVtrs M. L, BilyeU. ' :..._:A. Club Picnic Newcomers Club Will haVc a family picnic at Call State Park shelter house Aug. 10 ait 6:30. Townsend Club Algona Townsend Club met with Ha Bilsborotigh Aug. 6. Vice president Mrs Chester Willey presided. Contributions to the slate fund were made and Mrs Willey gave further reports on her activities at t'.e national convention; S'ext meeting will be held Aug. 22. Attend fteeepHon Mfs Esther Benson, Mrs Eliza- ' beth Wolfe accompanied Paul Hudson, Fenton, to Omaha, Sunday where they attended a family gathering, a reception, for Mr and Mrs Gene Haley who. were rn'atried Sunday in the Methodist church. Mrs Haley is the former Judy Vbtehitine, daughter of Mr and Mfs Qeonge Valentine; Burt. Others from here who attended were Mrs Robert Dodds and her sister, Mrs Dale Yungeberg. Club Hostess Mrs H. T. Bunkofske was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. ........ Thursday; Auflusf 17, 1961 ftlgona (to.) Upper Dei Motn6»-3 , Science Shrinks Piles : New Way Without Surgery • Stops Itch—Relieves Pain •M» V*.»t. M » /ri. u l^t% «*j» At.... ^ _••.__.._« . • . .•• twit, N. 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