The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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a (fa.) Oppir D«s,Main*--, Yhtmttey, '4^At> A U&f •»>;}-? .' .'- .-•-. .'.I—-"') "'.„• " I..-.. ->..... "..'...•••-„„., r.: ,,J,i>, r MTll,,,t 1,»,,, T .1- J Sheila Hansen, es Tippen Here "? ' i' • 0. fi; taint, 1 AigoHa/ plifeHftfge- lations; and Mary OesletJeloHer, Burt, U.K.P.S.. '- . *" •' t>ct,'4--m 'at'whleH time J6 refary d£ the t.S main speaker; , a ' ;. A '- * . • -' -i St., Cecelia's Catholic church was the,scene of the wedding of M^rlys^Luthro, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Luthro, Moor- larjd,-'ahd' Gary T. Frarikl, 'son bf Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frankl, Algona, ; -Sept. 9 at '9';30, a,m; 'Msgr P.'t-P;* Gearen *•• .•perfbrfned the double ring ceremony c. Music was played by Sister Ricardo. v 'Attending the bride: as. brides: maids were ;Sandie ;HayeH, Fort Dodge, and Dorothy Woodcock. Best .men were. Nathaniel Luthrb, Fdrt podge, and,, Thomas... Buschen. '"-''•"•"';'.-','•'',;...;:"•-' :> "" | The bride • • wore 'a gown of white brocaded taffeta with ah overskirt • of net. Her fingertip veil of ....English, .illusion." held a crown bf. Seeded; pearls and sequins .and she carried a bouquet of 'pihk"and white carnations. A reception was held at the Johnson House. Viola Frolsland had charge of the guest book, Mrs. Myrtle Morck, Minneapolis, poured' coffee and Sharon Grav- landVFort Dodge, poured punch. Mrs. Loran Hendrickson and Mae Tammen took care of the gifts. : TheJ bride is a graduate of Moorland high school and has been employed I at Minneapolis. The groom is a; graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, spent four years in the Air - Force, and Is presently • employed at Mason City. '.'-•: : ;': .^ ^ ••:••> Following a .wedding trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone and Colorado Springs, the couple is at home at Mason City. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) "• Sheila 1 ,"Ahh H^hseh, "daughter of Mr. a'nd Mff.*Andi<feU> M. 'Hansen of"Alg"ort&, !5 beda1«e < 'the bride bf Charles Mchlard a Tcfeferrfdhyl • Saturday'" afternoon, ]3ept. 9, in ^Ficst Presbyterian I church; ihere; ^h'e , bride'groom is a Son'.bf MfS.',Theodore'DeCour- sey of,Webster City.^ReV. Myron Brower officiated at ,the faere- mony, „ CandleTlgHter"^ were I Bill Baker "find Gary Colwell. Mrs. Fred Geigel was organist and Mrs. Vaughn Rising'sang. . Patricia Oxenford, Mason City, was maid of honor, and Debra Hansen, was f lower., girl. Arthur Tippen, Mason City, served his brother-as best man, and Erman Hansen was ringbearer. Chet Ambrose, Webster, City, David DeCoursey, Des Moines, and Leslie Hoeft and v Marlin Fosse ot Mason City ushered., The bride wore a goWn of ^re- embroidered Chantilly lace 1 and nylon tulle over slipper satin. The sculptured bodice , was', embellished with sequins and had a Scalloped Sabrina neckline and ong sleeves tapering to deep points at the wrists. The bpuf- 'ant skirt was delicately designed, with tier upon tier of crystal pleating and Was adorned with an overskirt of lace, cascading, into an aislewide 'train. Her double veil of English; illusion (appljqued with sequins and pearl lace medallions fell in a circular Sweep from a jeweled crown. Her flowers were white roses and stephanotis on a ( white Bible with white streamersi A reception in Fellowship hall rf the church immediately followed the ceremony. Hostesses were Mrs. Merlon Baker and Mrs. James Fitzpatrick. The bride is a graduate of Al- :ona'high school and Iowa Methodist School of Nursing at Des, Moines., She is employed at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Webster City high school arid is employed at Mason City where the couple is at home after a wedding trip -to southeastern Iowa. Betty Of 1 ivi vii •»' .... / ,,-„ > »"»?v || . ....-^'ifijBr'f"^ UDM Classifieds Pay Dividendt EVERY NITE! BROASTED CHICKEN EVERY FRIDAY NITE! FISH 'n CHIPS STARTING AT 5:30 P.M. GORDY'S IN DAKOTA CITY uuiiii o wauiwiiv. vtiu-Lwii* '^Jjcttj' Lensing became the bride,- 'of Kenneth BVideres of . Algona. Parents of the ,co]iple/..arfeMn and'Mrs. Al Lensing, Banc¥off, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres. Algona. The bride was given'in'mar- riage by her father Attending the bride were La Donna Frideres, Algona. Mrs. James Johnson, close friend of the bride, Mrs. Jerry Haas, Algona. GroomV'.at- tendants were' the f IMde's > b'Sfo1h,-» er. Richard Lensingi Jo' and Gene, McCarthy,-' St. / dict. ' - * -. A dinner for cldse relatives was held at 12:30 and reception from 2-4 in the afternoon* at the Plantation Ballroom. After,a wedding trip to'Colo. they, will "be at home in Algona' where both are employed. •. • (Tew Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, Halto- Install Officers, Plan Year For Education Unit New officers of the CourttJ Council of Education, Kossuth affiliate of the Iowa State Education Association, were installed at a meeting held Sept. 6 at thes Burt school. Elgin Allen, Algona principal is president, and also the county representative for state activities. Clayton Helvick of Lakota is vice president; • Kathryn Sorensen, Algona, secretary; and Ed Stewart, Swea City, treasurer. Committee heads are .Harold Martin, Burt, membership; Fidelia Kiilsholm, Algona, publicity; stead are born Sept. 13<a,t 8C>Afifi Algona, y Mr. aftH are paren 14 af Sti La spent the frieftd, M Dennis -Dolan, lough frdm the^iP%fc«r iS,viS» iting his mother^ ML 4w %' Ian -and brothefs and sisters hei% and at Fort Dodge, Me wffi be 1 stationed at Rapid Gfty.'s, 0. . Jerry McGUirfe. Titonka, bfblh- of,-lyjrs. Richard filsbecker, left Tuesday for S&n .Dlegoi where he rv -BanHi 1 6f lished in; Eft.j.'JdffiW' Church Sufida^-fbi 1 ' JbhA , and Marilyn MulliMart. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Frank MulligaH. David MfiCleish, Lincoln/ Neb. spehl- '.«SK ' w^rfd^ fiere/ 1 Hd came for the Cehaihg-Frideres wedding Saturday. ">^, (l * , Mr. and Mrsf Ottd''*v^enke, Portland, Ore., came for "a^Visit with his Sister, Ota Duddmg, Joe and Henry Menke, Bancroft, and' Frank and Al Menke, Fairmont. <• ".Mi's. Schankel ^alsTeh'terf&ined "at a, farew|ll party. Saturday eve- njng 'at tHb fipmer'bPher 'sister, Mfs 1 . \Arthur ' Welfr- 1 Cards were played and she was presented a gift from her friends. The Schan- 'kels ,wfll'- leave -soon, to ,make their fiome in Des Moines.' 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