The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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If Attfna (la.) Uppftt thuwefety, Augoit 31, 1961 Bonnie Here I Bonnie fki Bls^k 1 b^dame the Bride of Charles E. Ra'dcliffe in 'a-jceremony Aug. 20 in First Presbyterian church here. The Coiiple's parents are Mr. am' Mfs. Charles B. Radcliffe, Vinton. Rev. Myron Brower officiated at the double ring cere- njony, Mrs. Richard Mawdsley was organist. and£J6s'eph Skow sbioist. 1? v j '"-i.. v,Katherine "yJ6han$es6n nwas maid of honorjigflid mi's". Gordon Hutchinson and Mrs." ''JDonaftT J. Gallegher , w e r & ' „ bridesmaids. James Radcliffe<was '.Ms ''brother's best man^ahd Tom Ra'dclif- fe, 'and Craig Hoepner were groomsmen. Don. Farrell «and " Billy Summy ushered. /..The- bride wore a gown of nylon organza over taffeta. The bouffant skirt featured hipline flying panels 1 of 'Venice lace arid extended into a 1 > brush -train. It had a. basque bodice' and a wide border of Venice », lace adorned the oval slightly ' 'off-shoulder rieckline and the short shirrea sleeves. Her veil of imported silk • illusion was held in place by a Swedish crown of pearl and borealis stones. Her flowers were a orchid with stephonotis covered on a white Bible, a gift of the bridegroom. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Wayne Dugan was dining room hostess and Mrs. ,Gearld Bormann registered the guests. Mrs* Albert McDotiough cut .the cake, Mrs. Jess Dugan poured, Mrs. Don Farrell .and Mrs. Melvin Meyer were in charge of the gifts. Waitresses were Mrs. James Voigt, Mrs. Bernard Kramer, Mary Lou Brown and Sharon Carroll. The bride .is a graduate of Lone Rock high school and attended Iowa State Teachers 1 College, Cedar Falls, and Luther College; Decorah. She is "a tdach- er in the Vinton schools. The bridegroom was recently discharged from the United States Marine Corp and is employed at Vinton. After a short wedding trip the couple is at home in Vinton. (Nels Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving) Algona Couples Married In Double Ceremony In a double wedding ceremony performed Aug. 29 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at 9:30 a.m., Cathorino ; Mary McCarthy, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Don-' laid McCarthy, St. Benedict, became the bride of James Albert Heinun and Kathryn Ann Frideres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fridoros, Livermoro, became the bride of Lawrence John Iloinon. Both men are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen, Algona. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Eischen was organist and Carol Frideres sang. Acolytes were Bill, Luke and Jerry McCarthy and Frank Heln- cn. John McCarthy, David McCleish, Thomas Frideres, Edward Heinen, Kenneth Frideres and John King were ushers. Miss McCarthy, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a .floor length gown of white silk faced bridal taffeta, with long torso fitted bodice, with oval neck line trimmed with pearl re-embroidered Alencon lace, deep pointed front, long tapered sleeves. The extra full skirt had two pearl re-embroidered Alencon lace appliques on front of the skirt and the back formed a chapel train. The fingertip veil was attached to a crown of pearls. Eileen McCarthy served hei sister as maid-of honor, Janice Elsbecker was bridesmaid and Paula McCarthy was flower girl. The bridegroom's attendants were Joseph Heinen, best .man, Eugene McCarthy, groomsman. The dinner reception at 1 p.m. was held at Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore. Betty Murphy was in charge of the guest book. Mary Jo Tindall poured, Bonnie Chattier cut the cake and Phyllis Hamilton, Jeenne Cooper and Helen Tindall opend gifts. Miss McCarthy is a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy as is Mr. Heinen. The bride was fdfmerty employed at ftdly Pam ny hospital, Esthest-vliie. Th bridegfoom ( fs in the service at Great Lakes' NaVal '18as&,P61l6w ing 'a. wedding trip to-Colorado the couple' will be tit home in Great Lakes. , » Miss Frideres, given in war rlnge by her father, wore a fl£o 'length gown of Chantilly laci and tulle ruffles over founda •tions of nylon net' and taffeta The basque bodice designed with short scalloped sleeves and lace gauntlets featured a sabriria neckline. The bouffant skirt fea tured an overskirt of lace with a deeply .scalloped edge. A fin gertip veil of bridal illusion was attached to a crown of nylon braid ornamented with pearls. Mary Hae Fridercs was mai( of honor. LaDonna Frideres was bridesmaid land June Eischen was flower girl. Louis Heinen was best man and groomsman was Chuck Heinen. At the reception at Plantation Ballroom, Betty Lensing kept the guest book. Mrs. Louise St. John pouredj Mrs. Laurence Kirsch served and Mrs. Leo Frideres cut the cake, Mary Murphy, ; Judy Frideres and LaDonna' 'Gisch opened gifts. The bride graduated from St. Joseph high school and worked at "Home'Federal Savings, and Loan. The bridegroom is a Gar- .rigan high graduate and is stationed at Kincheloe Air Force Base,- Mich. Following a Wedding trip to the Black Hills, the couple will be at home in Sault St. Marie, Former Burt Principal Dies At Sutherland Hurt — Final rites, for Keith Culbertson, former 'Bunt school principal, will be" held at 9 a.m| oday (Thursday)' in Bethel Lu- heran church, Sutherland. Rev. Fred.Elze wifll officiate. .. Culbertson, 33,^ died of a heart attack, 'Monday.' while-', helping chool. teachers move in ior Opening classes. Prior to. his pdsi- ion at Sutherland, ; Culbertson raS principal alt Burt for-four ears until the fall of 1959. He is survived by his wife rtarlene, two daughters Gayle, 6, nd Denise, 4 and one son John, . Also surviviing are his mother and step-father, Guttenburg, and several step-brothers. Skull Fracture A little ' girl, Annette Erpel- diing, 2%, daughter of Mr and Mrs "William Eflpelding, Attgona, suffered a fractured skull while attending a ptarty at the Al Er- peldiing farm east o£ Algona Saturday nighlt. She was taken, to. St. Ann hospital where she will remain for treatment for 'several days. Annette suffered 1 'the. injury when she fell off ithe side of a stairway leading to Ithe, basement and landed on a concrete floor. . Miscellaneous HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS — NO MORTGAGE QUICK SERVICE — PATRONIZE DEALER O F YOUR CHOICE. SEE HOME FEDERAL AT ALGONA. T.F.N. FREE — ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 $9.50 Cannon bath towel set with every SPEED QUEEN wringer washer. Trade in your Old washer for up to $40 during this sale. Buy Speed Queen, ithe long-life, low-repair-cost washer. STOEBER HARDWARE, Fen.ton. (35*) ANNOUNCING MRS. BESSIE REILLY, ALGONA AGENT FOR LYONS CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS of MASON CITY GET ACQUAINTED OFFER! LADIES' PLAIN DRESSES - $1.19 Phone CY 4-3650 for Free Pickup and Delivery or Bring Garments to 421 N. Hall St. Prompt - Courteous Service and Finest Quality. WUVWWWWWVWWVWVWAVWYVVWVW: NOTICE! NEW OFFICE HOURS MONDAY 9-5 Beginning AUGUST 21 WEDNESDAY FRIDAY 9-5 9-9 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Phone CY 4-3373 ABOVE PENNEYS Algona LABOR DAY A TASTY DISH! SUMMER'S LAST PICNIC HOLIDAY! FRESH DRESSED (Larger Sizes • also available) EACH SLICED OR CHUNK (ALL MEAT) Big Bologna 43 CHOICE BEEF - WELL TRIMMED. Club Or Rib STEAKS 79' WHITTEMORE 2 FLAV-O-RITE LB. BRICK ••• ANGELIUS FRESH DAILY Si 29 DELICIOUS SMOKED (ALL MEAT) FRANKS 2 LB. BAG 77 CHOICE LARGE T DflRI IT CUT TO -DUIlL ORDER Ib. $5 ' v " Pick from a large selection of only choice BEEF QUARTERS FRONT QUARTERS - LB. 37c WEINER Marshmallows 2*3 2 "*s. 39° SEEDLESS THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES LB.1flc CALIFORNIA Oranges 3 Doz. WASHINGTON Pears per lug $1.69 RAISINS 2 Lb. Bag 39c HERSHEY'S CANDY 10 For 39c HERSHEY'S Lb. Box 29c SKIP.PY PEANUT BUTTER ........ 12z Ja WHEATIES or CHEERIOS NO. 1 RED Potatoes 10 Lbs. 29c FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans $1.00 SEA MIST LEMONADE 8 Cans $1.00 FESTIVAL OR ROSEDALE ICE CREAM 25 GREEN STAMPS FREE WITH EACH '/„ GAUON, KING SIZE ^f^ • • ^0^^ M^ |Vi^^ 6-10 LB. BAGS 10 LB. BAG SUGAR $579 98 JUICE SALE ORANGE HI-C 46 Oz. Can DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 Oz. Can 29c Case Of 12 $3.29 SWEETENED OR UNSWEETlNiD GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 Oz. Can 29c Case Of 12 $3.29 RITZ CRACKERS LATEST NABISCO ITEM Onion Thins 29c

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