The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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*• Linda. Ann Smith became the bride of Lawrence Plummer f a* (ieremony, Saturday mornirtg Aug. 26, in St. Cecelia's Catho lie church. The bride is th daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Wll liam Craig Smith, Algona, en the bridegrbom a 'son 6f Mr. am Mrs. Donald C. Plunimer, De Moines., Msgr. P. P. Gearen of flciated at the nuptial mass The bride's brothers, Michae rfi?d Eobert Smith Were acolytes Mrs. Tom Kinsey, Ames, wlas organist and Willard Snustad soloist. 'Marilyn Meyer served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Pam v/alier, Alice Andre . and Janis Graham. Leo ,Plummer wa^ his brother's pest^man. Groomsmen were Roderick Kellogg, Alexander MacDohald, Lawrence Stolmeier and William Stookey. Steven Smith,, brother of the bride, was ri'ng-bearer. The bride, escorted to the al" tar by her father, wore (a wed ding gown fashioned of white silk organza over net embroidered satin ribbon. It had a molded bodice styled with brief sleeves, squared neckline and traditional button and loop back closing. The very - full circular skirt draped from a slightly lowered waistline -and fell into graceful chapel, train. The waist length bouffant bridal veil of. imported all silk illusion fell from a halo crown designed of • rruni'ature pearled silk organza roses. Her flowers were a cas- ease arrangement of orchids and stephanotis which she placed on the altar of the Blessed Virgin during the ceremony. Immediately following the ceremony a brunch was held at the Algona Country Club. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris, Mr. .and Mrs. Allan Buchanan, Mr. an'd Mrs. James Milder, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton. Marne Lowman registered the guests, Sue La Barrs and Ann Mikes cut the cake and Jean Milder, Siri Norton. Charlene La Barre, Pat Cowan and Lynn and Leslie Norton were waitresses. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and attended Ihe University of Iowa where she was affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gammy sorority. She will continue her education this fall at the University of Arizona. The bridegroom is a graduate of Dowling high school in DOS Moines, received his B. S. degree from Loras College, Dubuque, and his Ph. D. in chemistry from the University of Iowa. He is doing post-doctorate work at the University of Arizona. After a wedding trip to Western states, the couple will live at Tucson, Ariz. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) Color-blind drivers are not a hazard, accident records show. These drivers can distinguish signal lights because of brightness differences and because other colors are present in the red and green lights. MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling boxes, packages, drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moines . Publishing Co., Algona. Edward Maahs Of Whiffemore Weds Aug. 27 Whitlemore — Marlys Berkland of Cylinder exchanged nuptial vows with Edward Maahs Jr., Whittemore, Sund'ay, Aug. 27, at 3 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church in Depew. Rev. Oliver Johnson " officiated the double ring ceremony. The bride s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs 3rwin Berkland, Cylinder, and' Jlr. Maahs is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Maahs, Whittemore. Judy Saxton of Cylinder was organist and accompanied Merin Berkland, soloist. Escorted to^thd altar by her ather,' the- bride wore a white ylon organza- over, taffeta gown vith a flecked rose pattern on er organza overskirt. Her filed bodice with Sabrina neck me was decorated with rose ppliques and ch'apel train. Her imported English illusion net veil was attached to a princess crown. She carried a bouquet, of white roses .and ivy. -M'arfa* Helkland' attended her sister as maid of honor, Mrs. Terrance Behlmer of Ames and Karen Kjorstad were bridesmaids. Earl Maahs attended his brother as best man, Elmer Maahs, brother of the bridegroom, and Meryin Berkland, brother of. the bride, were groomsmen. Eldon Maahs, brother of the bridegroom, and Larry Berkland, brother of the bride, seated the guests. A reception for 200 guests was held following the ceremony in the church parlors. Mr. Maahs attended St. Paul's Lutheran school, graduated from Whittemore high school, attended Northwestern Technical college in Minneapolis and is employed as 'a laboratory technician in Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg. The bride is a. graduate of Cylinder high school and attended Swedish Nurses hospital in Minneapolis, from which she graduated July 1. She will be employed in Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. The young couple will spend several days on their wedding trip in norther Minnesota and Canada, and upon return they will live east of Emmetsburg in a farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hurley and family of Milwaukee, Wise are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien Mrs E-/a Stein of Norwalk. Conn., is also a visitor with the O'Brien's Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien 1 and family left Saturday for El- kadcr, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. O'Brien's nephew, Bernie Barry and Patricia Mason. They returned home Sunday. Also in attendance at the wedding was Eldon Andre, son of Mrs. George Winkel of here. Mr. Andre and Mr. Barry were classmates at Creighton University, Omaha. Phone CY 4-3535 ~ Your Newspaper HAS BEEN REDECORATED Watch for pur "OPEN HOUSE" Announcement We are happy to be back and are anxiaus to serve old customers of ours as well as meet new friends. The cafe has been repainted outside and redecorated inside ... we hope you will like it I Len and Doris Hoist itC&ttSi#2£yM*&&&Jt£<#6^ ROUND SIRLOIN CL RATH TENDERED SMOKED PICMICS H fcLUB BEEF OFFERED 'To^You^AdAlff^This Week PURE , /»Ground Beef W SbNitESS CUBED LEAN Stew Beef CHOPPED HAM i 59 SEVEN UP ./ • • •'.. t-...* - Reg. Size ^V^^JC 6 Pctc ^ 6 Pack ^b^F Kin 9 Size PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT HI LAND Potato TWIN-PAK BAG ^<, PKGS. OF 8 ALL FLAVOR i ^ * -* FIZZ IES 19c PKG. OF 8 HERSHEY COCOA IB. PKG. 59 C CLOROX BLEACH GAL. JUG 49 B-Z STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 LB. JAR 49 COCK-O-WALK SLICED e caches 4 2!/ 2 SIZE CAMS 98 HUNT'S WHOLE UNPEELED Apricots 2% SIZE CANS STURGEON BAY; Cherries 4 NO. 2 CANS 98 KOBEY Shoestrings TALL CANS 49 . f j •;,*)'•• „ > •'- v t ,ii STUGREON BAY CHERRIES GAL STILLWELL FROZEN StrqwberriesS Oz, 10 PKGS 98 HAWAIIAN PUNCH 46 Oz. CAN TENDIRLEAF BLACK TEA ^ 35 KRAFT DINNER NABISCO GRAHAMS LB, PKG, 29 RAISTON RICECHEX WHEAT CHEX BOX ^^^^^^^^B _ ^^BBB^ £ BONDWARE WHITE PLATES PKG. OF 40 MR. CLEAN 28 Oz. Bottle 59 FLUFFO SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN 69 5TARLAC INSTANT M l Y lli 80t. BOX ARRIVING THIS WEEKEND COLORADO PEACHES LOWEST MARKET PRICE ARCHWAY ~ YOUR CHOICE Cookies 3 PI*. 99 - POLICY- You Can B« |>ure When You Shop At Fareway That Yoy (Set The Savings Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. You 7 !) Saw CASH By Shopping At Ff»i»wwy. 4 AU6UST 31 TH*©MaH

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