The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
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p " Thursday, November 9, 1961 Wed Oct. 28 At Ringsted attending the Mankato Commer cial college -appeared on' KEYC TV oft Monday afternoon,' Marsha, ^ho is studying ' to be a Medical Receptionist sang with the College Triple frio. Mrs. John tieesman, accompanied Mr. and, ,Mrs. Francis? Menke, Bancroft, 'to Mason dity on Sunday evening, where they visited'William Eddy, a patient at the Mercy hospital. Mr. EddV is the Husband of the former Jean Geesman. Mr. and -Mrs. Wm. Holmseth, Susie and Sherri attended tht wedding of a classmate at Frost, Minn, on Saturday evening. They were overnight and Sunday guests at -the parental Maynard Holmseth home at Frost. 1 Carloads Of Corn Is CROP Goal In County At a Kossuth County CROP Christian Rural Overseas Program meeting,held at the Good Hope Methodist church, Saturday, Nov. 4, Evan Routh, County CROP chairman, named the following additional township chairmen: Portland township, M J Trunkhill; Lotts Creek township,' Bussell and Alan Walker; IFV- ington township. Hugh BJaeK the West half 6f Btift t'&wnlSBH Everett Manna. , • 't'->-**->" It was decided In vie^ delay in the' cjbmpletidn: UA - UU! harvest in seVerfrarefls tb £hfinge the date of the cUunty'clmpaJgn froni November 13 to''M8nd8y, Nov, 27, or itt i case '-.tHaVday should be a stormy day the 'drive will be held oil the first gb'otf day following. • <• > All farmers and land owners in the campaign area, are urged to contribute corn out of the bountiful surplus for needy people. LuthefanS.and Catholics may designate their own relief services to receive credit 'if ;they,'su desire. The kossuth coUrily goal s 2 car loads or 3,000 bUshels ofi ?orn. Corn collected i"n Kdslsuth •ounty will be shipped' tb the General Mills plant at .Belmbnd, and exchanged for TSJ* (Toasted Soy Protein) product at & Pactf- ic coast, Atlantic coait of Gulf coast port. • , • ..'.,' .:..- , Set Shopping Nights Shopping nights f ot ihe Chrislmas Season were de% cided upon by' ihe r 'Seiair Bureau of the Algoiia Cham: < . her of Commerce, this/ week. Stores will be open the \isual Friday nights, plus' the eye- nings of Dec. 11 through" f he' 23rd, including itoa Saturdays. Santa Claus" 'Bay will be Saturday, Dec. 2. i 1 ••••••••••••••• • ••!>•••• •••• • • Ringsted — Judy Ann Christ ensen and Dean D. Gelhaus wer united in marriage Saturday eve ning, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at St Paul's Lutheran church in Ring sted. Rev. Benjamin Coltvet per formed the double ring cere mony. Barbara Oleson and Terry . Bonnicksen lighted the candelabra. ' Janice Berge sang and Mrs, Roger Goetz accompanied her. Given in marriage by her father, Rudy Christiansen, Ringsted the bride wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace and tulle liver foundations of nylon ne! and taffeta. Basque bodice designed_ with scoop neckline outlined in seqiiined lace scallops Long lace sleeves ended in j point at the wrist. Lace skirt featured a front inset of tulle orn- nmented with sequined lace ap- plique designs. Back of skirt swept into a - rounded chapel train. Veil of imported silk English bridal illusion was attached to a scalloped lace crown sprinkled with sequins. Her only jew elry .was pearl earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. Marian Midtgaard served a> maid ot honor, Sharon Oleson was bridesmaid and jr. bridesmaid, Connie Flint. Mrs. Lowell Christensen was the bride's personal attendant. Caron Goet? was flower girl. Jerry Christen sen was ring bearer. Lowe! Christensen served as best man Jeremiah Sullivan was groomsman, Keith Christensen war junior groomsman. Ushers were Gary Ole;;on and Kenneth Menke. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately fol lowing the ceremony. The five tiered wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Ray Fry Marlys Brown had charge of the guest bouk, Mrs. Arnold Oleson and Mrs. Charles Hilferty cu{ and served the cake, Mrs. Maynard Oleson, Mrs. Verna Christensen and Mrs. Bert Wirljes served punch, Mrs. Elclon Bonnicksen and Mrs. Merle Flint poured coffee, Mrs. Clarence Schroeder and Mrs. Vernon Brown were dining room hostesses, Mrs. Dean Anderson and Mary Carlson were bridal table hostesses. The bride's going away en stmble was a majenta sheal! wool dress with earrings nm' necklace to match and black iiecessories. She wore a corsage of white mums. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Christenscr of Ringsted and a graduate 01 Ringsted high school and Waldorf College at Forest City. -Shi- is in her fourth year of teaching in elementary grades, present!' teaching at Swea JUity. The bridegroom/is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Chjst Gelhaus of Ledyard arid a J*radaute of the Ledyard high "school and is farming near Ledyard where th< young couple will live. The newly weds spent a five day honey moon in Canada. (UDM Engraving). Burt Juniors OfferClass Play, Nov. 10 .Burt — The .Junior Class o* the Burt high school will present a 3-act comedy "Shy Guy" at the ligh school auditorium at 8 p;m. ?riday, Nov. 10. "Shy Guy" is, as the name mplies, a story of a boy who i? aashful. Fred Hastings played ay Raymond 'Lichter, poses as a model and when his parents xvonder where he got his money ie tells them he taught an elderly lady, Miss Whipple, to play football. This leads to trouble and more trouble as you will -see when you attend. The cast includes, Raymond .ichter, Marcia Strange, Richard 'resthus, Patt Hoover, Dennir ieerdt, Janice Dreyer, Janet -.cng, Gwyneth Teeter, Judy Ab- Das, Allen Gielenfeld and Terry "00k. % Prompters are Sue Rasmussen nd Duane Hinckley. Mr. Gary Stokes is the director. Town Council Meets ^ There was a scout forum of Council members. Mayor Nel? Nelson and city engineer, Ralph Johnston were present at the Nov. meeting of the Burt Town Council on Monday evening. Routine monthly bills amounting to $4512.54 were allowed The bid of $50. from the Burt Presbyterian congregation foi the alley just west of church which was recently declared Vacated, was accepted. The council also voted to repair plaster in the public rest rooms, due to vandalism, also to refinish the walls and ceilings in both rest rooms and paint them In other action, the council voted to run a new water line to the former Ervin Perdeu property at the southeast edge of town, which was recently purchased bv E. R. Woltz. CLOVER FARM CATSUP CLOVER FARM OLIO. 5 >K6S. 1.00 YEUOW CLING PEACHES 3 SLICED OR HALVES No. 2V CANS 5 ••.,.89 CLOVER FARM CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 2 No. 2 Cans 59c CLOVER FARM PORK AND BEANS A TASTY TREAT - ; ',''," ' No. CANS *^-^CLOVER FARM EARLY JUNE PEAS 6 No. 303 Cons $1.00 SHOP OUR STORE £ ED PILLOWS ! ! All foam -filled moth and Dust proof! Non-Allergenic 99 C Wesley News The girl born to Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, O^t. 15, wav baptized Dawn Marie, Sunday at St. Joseph's Catholir cliurcii Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelley weiv sponsors. Invitations have buen receiver" by friends to attend a shov.v; honoring Bcrniece Smith, daut;h ter of Mr. and Mrs. BricJLjet 1 Smith of Algona, Nov. 12. She i.-to wed Henry Seller. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Jefferson, were weekend guests of Mrs. Mary Bradfield. Several Hospitalized Illness has hospitalized several Burt people the past week. Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf is a patien at the Dickinson County Memor ial hospital, Spirit Lake. Patients at St. Ann hospilu ave Mrs. Anna Lovstad, Mrs Etta Howard, and Martin Griese Mr. Griese suffered a sligh stroke while assisting L. J; Fairbanks at his farm on Monday, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle are leaving Thursday (this morn- ii.'g) for Fort Meyers, Florida where they will spend the win ter. Pot luck supper guests at the Gr.iy Stokes home on Saturday evening were Supt. and Mrs Harold Martin, Mr. and Mrs Louis Finch, and Mr. and Mrs Hurley Hanson. Unabje to attenr' because of illness were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Charlson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rentz vis ited with his cousin and family tin. Carl Hugers at Mason Cit} on Saturday. Sunday evening supper guesty at the Lee Cole home were Mr aid Mrs. Walter Baade, LeAnne and Jean, Titonka. The occasion in observance of Mr. Cole's- birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mis. Walter Steward Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janet-, spent Saturday and Sundav at the Eugene Steward home ir Minneapolis. 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