The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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Slffii'l j.-..".•»,. UPPER Treat thirsts with Squirt SQUIRTRVM SQyiHTRVM (protaounced Squirt'rum) .'Add the Jamaican touch to your holiday ,< parties, to any good time, with 'rtrh* arid' thV fine dry, Recipe;. Put three ice cubes in a t^U glass,' and add 3 fingenJ<Jf.Vtoif ill wit^jdry j 5quirt. 4 Stlrbnce lighdy and ' garnish with a cherry. 1 Switch froniweet to* Weir - Otis Nuptials Judy Ann Weir, daughter • of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir. Wejf- ley, became the bride 'of Edward Ai- Otis; son of Mr. and Mrs.? Edmund' Otis, Wesley, Nov. 21 at I) a.m. i at .St. . Joseph's Catholic church With Rev. Robert Phillips officiating at the double ring' ceremony. Kathy Otis was maid of honor, Leslie Pearson was bridesmaid,' Julie Perdue, flower gii'l and 3illy , Weir ringbearer. Best man .was Hermit Studer, Gejje Weir, groomsman .and John Per-, due and Toin >dtis $ e re ushers. ( ? The* brifll,. given; in ; marriage; by her father; wore a flpprrjengtn gown .fashioned of imported Chantilly lace over net over taffeta, basque type bodice styled with -long yiyp.plnt Sleeves, pearled and scquined Sabrina neckline' and : traditional b'utton and .loop back closing. The bouffant lace overskirt Was Accented by cabbage roses on the. tulle styirt. Her fingertip vAl of imported afl silk illusion fell from a small •crOWn'df pearls' and Aurora /Bo-, realis crystals. The bride carried a, bququet of jred roses and ,wore pearl' earrfngS," a v girt ffom 'the groom. A '(dinner ahd srpceptipn iwert !held/ fi| the paM ' jiall.; Cfifttushi iers, i Tgrry Wejr and, jCaroll and Karen Otis carried the gifts, Virginia Fritz had .charge of the guest ) book, f Mr*.; Harold Fisher and Mrs, Margaret Eckerman cut the cake, which was baked by MBjrtfreirl'tfYyp and 1 Mrs.'. Hettie Dusold poured. A wedding dance was :held at Duncan/ The bride is a graduate of Titonka': high 'school and the groom of Wesley high school. After a tripHhrough southwestern states, the couple is at home on a farm nprtheasjt ... .of Wesley. . (Glenn's Studio Photo— UDM Engraving). Former Ottosen Man Passes; Funeral Held Ottosen — Graveside rites for Archie Hansen of , Spirit Lake were held Dec. ; 4;gt ! 2 o'clock at the cemetery here. Funeral ser' vices were held at 10:15 at the funeral home -at Spirit Lake. Mr. Hansen was a brother of Mrs, Roy Telford and Mrs. Edward Zjnnel and lived in this community many years. Mrs. Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls, a 'former; teacher here; fell at her home and was hospitalized a couple of weeks. She is now recuperating at the home of her daughter, Mrs. .Art Frjeden at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Richards visited her Saturday. Mrs. Louis Jacobson celebrated a birthday, Dec.' l.i Evening guests werja Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family^ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel* and Leslie and Mrs. Bertha' Jacobson £tnd Arland. Mrs.-- Martin Meyer returned Wednesday from St. Ann hospital at Algbna. She had suffered a heart attack- Mrs, Eugene Ho- fhas an|i Mrs. Mike Coyle visited her Friday afternoon. The Youth Fellowship- Rally of the Larger Parish met. Sunday at two o'clock • at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Corey of Pocahontas, Rev. • Stevens' of Lu- Verne and ]fCeith i Strayeri of At- gona all attended! Theodore Evenson of Algona celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson, and D4nhy helped him observe 't|iei day' Friday afternoon. : !', ' •- -. i ' '; ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kampen of-Cedar Falls were Thursday afternoon visitors at the Fred Kam- pens. Mr. and Mrs. Nick De Francisco of Des Moines were weekend guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. ? Mr. and Mrs Gary Braga of Des Moines attended - funeral services 'for her: grandmother, Mrs • Hoover at Bode v Saturday afternoon. Saturday evening they visited her grandparents here, Mr and. Mrs.. Morgan Hagen. Margaret ; Holt is expected to 'go from;,, F|. •Dodge;/< where--/flhe^hafl- baett»»' surgical patient, to Iowa - City Tiiesd4y for additional medical aid. Mr. and Mrs, Erling Malmin and Carolyn were Sunday dinner guests at the Palmer Sundahl home at Fairfax, Minn. Mr, and Mrs, Elmer ElUngson of Cedar. Falls were Sunday din-! ner guests at the Melvin 'Elling- sons. Mrs, Albert Thorsen and Mrs. Howard Hellickson attended a 4-H meeting at Humboldt Tuesday, ' Mr. arid Mrs Arthur Petersen spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Howard Smull in' Des Moines. Mrs. Petersen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. PauJ Thacker and Bob of Pocahontas spent the weekend at the Petersen home, taking care of the twins. Friday evening supper guests at the, Laurel Worsters were' Mr, and Mrs. Dean and Terry of West Bend, and Mr, and Mrs, Byron Naeve and Jay 01 Bradgate. They celebrated Mrs, Banwart's birthday Small oil glands keep a ducK from getting wet by keeping its feathers in an oily condition. FILING CABINETS. 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination fil> ing<siorage cabinets in variety of sices, Office Supply Pept., Upper Des . Moines Pub. Co.. Algona, . Little Rodman Girl Killed Little Linda Jean "'Schmidt,', 3 r '" year* &ld - daughter ot Mr,- and. Mrs. Lyle 1 Schmidt of Rodman* died eriroute to the Palo-Alto 1 , Memorial hospital at Emmets'* 1 burg 10 minute's after she ran ihto the peth of aft auto' driven by Mrs. Jam'e's Knoer of Cbf4 l&ith in the Rodman business 'district Thursday afternoon, Nov. 90. f Dr. James L. Coffey, Palo Alro county medical examiner, de- glared her death accidental following an investigation.' Sheriff Dick Miller and a highway pa• trolman also investigated the scene, , • According to Sheriff Miller, Linda Jean was ddwhtown with her mother. She rah into the street just as Mrs. Ktioef backed her auto out of a parking place and the little girl ran into the path of the auto and collided with it T*he mishap occurrea late in the afternoon. Linda Jean's death was the on Palo Alto roads, high* Ways and streets during 1981. v Funeral services for Linda Jean were held Monday, Dec. 4, in the Presbyterian chu.rfih at Rodman with Rev. Robert Arends officiating. Schellhammer Fiuieral Home of West Bend wag in charge of arrangements. Burial was at West Bend. Ljnda Jean was born Oct. ; * at smmetftburg and had brothers _ _ r parents, she is survived by her maternal grandparents, Mr, ana Mrs, Arthur Montgomery, Oriet- linger, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Mallard. 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