The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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David S Wesley, Weds t church. ; sfettinff 1 Ata m- -wa ./ n iven, in mat- onts tof the;coupie'ar6 -Mrs. Albert H. Reisehauer, Tomah, Wis.. an? the 'late Mr. Reisenauer and M» and Mrs. George Hi Seaber|, 3r. ftussell H. Huffman' per- foftned JJhc double -^rlng' cere* mflhyk -Appropriate' , music offered ;,by -the ehurdh 6r and^sblblst was 1 Bob Jones s City. w,H3 QjrTCwJ^ *-»» **M cs\»*••»( *»* ...^^-^ riage by h&yiflcle, Fttmk Reisen- aufr. Hef'gowrt a'whi'teipuK slut Bombazine .with Italian or- flower embroidery, had a ..._. scoop, neckline trimmed wfth small Seed pearls and embroidery Oh' the bodice an'd sleev- cs»lhat tapered to a point over tfif back : 'bf .the' Hand. The very .'full' bouffant skirt was detailed bj£' orchid flower embroidery foaming a panel . that cascaded ddWn the'front of- the 'skirt: The back highlighted by, two beautiful* panels of "the" 'same embroidery which flower into -the train. Her veil was a satin pillbox caDght by an extra full bouffant vbil of pure silk illusion 'and seed pearls. Her bouquet was white rose's and ivy. Patricia Johnson was maid 01 horiOr, ahd Jean Ulrich, brides-, nidid. Paul Abrahamson served asUbest man, Dwight Seaberg, bfttther of the groom, attendant. Ushers, ' Frederich Reisenaiier. DoJi Dieke and Jim ThorSbn. •-, The reception was held in The Royal Coach Room, Hotel, Kah- lei*- for 125 guests. Mrs. G.- C. Hqjtimer and Mrs. R. G. Sch- nlapp, poured. Judy Seaberg, sis- terTpf the groom, and Helen and Marilyn Skow, were in charge of After the reception, Mr. ,and Mrs. Seaberg left on a two week wading'trip to Virginia ancMhe Smoky Mountains. After their return^ home the couple will re-- sicfe in .Charles City. .-, The bride, a registered .nurse, is- a graduate of the Methodist Kajiler School of Nursing, Rochester, ; Minn. and was on the nursing - staff of the Methodist hospital, Rochester. The bride- grqom holds,a degre&iiv m ical; engineering from i|Ke ' . ,Mr. .r^iK, Algona,' dhtfot^ff the erigagfe- merit and atfprtiaWin'l marriage of their/, daughler, -Jtfdy Kay, " shown Were, to Archie "L. Umbrell, Jfe, Spencer, sdh iof Mr. and Mri. ^Archie tMbrSll, Sr.. Ayrshire. 1 ^The "wedding".will take place NfoV. 8 at 9 a.m. atsSt. Cecelia's Catholic ^church.; 1 '(UDM tengraving) ' ,. , •. hi At ari kt Eir.,netsbu«i. Mr,- and - Mrs. William Humboldt^ t ^peftt Mrs. Cora Stow. Mrs. Leonard and BiCkyV AlgoTO,' Visited ' he* 1 ' Mr. \afli spent gason l?lM»fiA£ M£^Ul£i«^ln n t rjieven mem per s or nightly'tlulS -"anfi' one Elsie mgari/Aieeat 1 Mrs. Ruth Garman, Algona, Friday. ;Mr.,ttM Mrs. Lance Riebl lhd"lM¥;?8nd f Mrs. -Fraftki R; i'Ari > n(4-hrf'jr.4, l '*V<a ! nAf/ lll^V i Attending f>om Bt|?t wer% El| sie and Jean, Loek^ood;-;HeleA Smith, Ro^elia 1 Ryersott; |S6lfeft, Vogel,' .Benfta". .Mttcheir;, L^lliafi :eve >na . Smfth ah'a V ^.J .Wives'" t^ ' / > • the "'Hurt* Wo- to the wives of State University at Am'e| and is a design: engineer with Oliver Corporation, Charles City, 11 Buff Women Attend District Club Meeting 6urt — Eleven members of tlie local Woman's Club attended the anfiual meeting of the Sixth District Federation of Woman's Clubs held at, the Thompson, sch'ool Thursday. An interesting feature of the day was the appearance; of al". hostesses in Scandanavian costumes. The featured address of the day was given by the president of Waldorf College. Mrs Lloyd Thursten, Oscoola, State president was also present anc spoke. At 3 o'clock, all present were invited to the home of Mrs Claude Meachem, Thompson, foi an afternoon tea. Members' tit man's 1 ' 'Club "'were' women faculty and men faculty members at ' a 5:30 buffet supper at the Presbyterian^ ;church Monday. .Mrs. Clar dnce Brandt,, Titonka, president Of Kossuth County Federation of Woman's . Glubs . was also a guest and, featured speaker. J The club was . happy ( to have 6ne,of its two charter members present. She was Mrs. Emma . Millen, Mitchell, S. D. The other charter member, Mrs. Rena Buell, was unable to attend. A vocal;, trio, Marlene Sienzel, Helen Smith, and Erna Eaars entertained with several mfisical aumi. bers. , . ' " Mary Jean Andrews presente a veiy entereshng book 1'eview arid flelen Yoge^ program chairman for n tHe .year, presented the year's program to the group. . Members of— the A :& B Club met with 'iMdia,' Schwietert - T 4 u^s> blrtli- , day to -helr«.SMerV|-Jher b day anniversary. Word has been received by Burt friends saying . that- -Mrs, Gerald Brace, Hayfield, Minn., former Burt resident, is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester. She would be happy, to hear from her Burt friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keys, Chicago, returned to their home after visiting her mother, Mrs. Jake Gifford, and with other relatives and friends here. Vern Shipler has been confined to his home this past week with a seige of flu. Georgia Holding has been assisting Mrs. Shipler in the store. Esther Sorenson was honored at a 10 o'clock luncheon in hon or of her birthday anniversary by members of the T.N.T. club. Hostesses were Ethel Dremme. and Beth Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Blue Earth, visited Sunday at the Larry Holding and Clara Marlow homes. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Fraser became the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, Friday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Werljes and son Gary of Bricelyn, Minn, were IN ORDER TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER WE HAVE TO OUR NEW LOCATION! 104 N, JONES (formerly Jack's O.K.) -'-«-^*;:- -. Come In and look us over i We are anxious |o show you around! PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. 194 NORTH JONfS CY 4-4326 nee >eiety . « arrived weeks dJE _____ — , Jemima will be'n hftnd la .._ ----- „_. of her daughter? ______ whip" Up her delicious cakei -''•'"• • • • -•"' ..... — ^- ! ---------- u -r — ..j<~ •'tailed at 'the filsie 'Home Snndayr- t and „. and her brother, Herbert / and ._„ ,. ftUTni,/ « fhursd"ay jit 'the' homg- 6f Long* All nt. 1X0* ldwai-4,, b the ft rfebreWo ~tiA v , Leonard Warner, Randy at tfil'fftfentfil ' , , spent 'Sunday * •"— ' * 'lLancei RiebhofJ Charts 'lei . LockWbodj-ani Hbfftan drbve tov'H , day to lielp 1 'Pearl Lockwood, a r _ ______ ^ Key s'pent the weekend With,her fi'elfburJfiStrf Ugari.'m'ee at the honfe of Vices_at,,the .Presbyterian .church ui. -*ciov;5***^'«»»» , • a-- <Ufri>&>>fef -the- relatives the evening,; 1 ,,.,v ( f Mr,' aftd Mrs. i ?P6rcy -Watnem Jwere-in t)es.,%Molnes, ova?'the ^Rendj/'Wiey 'visited Mf, and •s, Merle Faul& shut-in, observe her birthday {jarents, Mr. -U kid,, - Mrs. Harry Moberg in i Minneapolis. "" Mf. aKJd'Mrs. Bob 4 ily, t Mr.'and Mrs, Sunday Mrs.'Reha' 'BuetlS'thd ) , is. tEmuiy JLV |a*6ri i atteii'dedf^e ' ,potf jluck 'ge'r'and'everirnf meeting 'of ._ r - r Sunday to, see the lasfbasebi . 'Lutheran church at' Humboldt. ruce Graham Shd, JeSfy WieneTt Helen Johnson ( tind Doris •• KoSSUth ^County yHistorical So- OCK UP i i '$ WHOLE KERNEL : . DEIJMONf E, SUGAR T .TOP TASTE. C UII I CONCARNE iTlllkl, I5i/j<i. Can NATCO, TMek Rich CATSUP 14-ci. 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