The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 15
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Janice Bode Of Algona Capped Karen Lavrenz OfBurHs Wed Dec. . Pictured above is Janice Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode, Algona, who was capped recently at State University 6f J?mJ C J!? 001 of Nursing, Iowa City. (UDM Engravihg) .. < Ella McDonald Is m Ledyard — Ella Leone McDon aid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J J. McDonald, and James R. Ken nedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy, Bancroft, were united in marriage Dec. 27 at Sacred Heart Catholic church here Rev. William Hyland performed the double ring ceremony. \ Acolytes were Randy Gelhaus and Tommy Anderson. Mrs. Harold Jnglett was organist and accompanied Mrs. Vernon Haag who sang. v The bride was attired in a gown of white brocade^ over a pillow foundation. The princess front panel was designed with an empire effect bodice ornamented with a bow of brocade. It was fashioned with a bateau neckline and had long sleeves ending in points at the wrists. The fullness of the • skirt draped at either side and swept' into a ch'apel train. Her bouffant veil was of, imported silk bridal illusion.; It was attached to a queen crown of 'orange "blossom and pearls. She carried a bouque or white, roses, /• , Attendants were Joarih (Kennedy maid of honor, and Jerry Meyer ing and Donna Johannes. The flower girl was Janic Kennedy, James Jorgensen was ringbearer, Bill Kennedy, served as best man. Other attendants to the groom were Lt. F. W. McDon aid and James McDonald ant ushers were Joe McDonald ant Bill Droessler. The wedding dinner for close relatives and the families was served by the Rosary Society in the Sacred Heart parish hall. An afternoon reception was held in the Legion club rooms at Bancroft. • The couple will be at home temporarily at Humboldt following a wedding trip through southern . states. The bride attended Briar Cliff college in Sioux City and has taught school in Thompson and is now completing her second year of teaching at Humboldt. Mr. Kennedy attended Notre Dame University and the State University of Iowa. He is the assistant cashier of the Farmer's and Traders Savings Bank at Bancroft where they will make their home at the end of the school year 3 Generations At 'Family Sunday 7 Good Hope Church Family Sunday was observed Jan. 7 at Good Hope Methodist church with a number of recog* nitiong to families present, with Rev,' Evan Routh conducting the service. Three families tied for recognition in having the largest families present. They were the Melvin Alt family, Merlin Walker family, both with all family members present, and Mrs. James Camp, with five children present. Second generation family recognition was given to the Quentin Bjustrom and Jim Lindhorst families, the A. J, Dittmer and Duane Dittmer families, and the Cecil Bjustrom and Harold Bjustrora families. There were also third generation honors, as follows: Cecil Bjustroms, grandparents, Harold Bjustroms, parents, and son Tommy; Quentin Bjustroms, grandparents, Jim Lindhorst, parents, and daughter Rhonda Lee. The oldest printed book is the Constance Missal printed by Johann Guttenberg about 1450. The first printing in the Western Hemisphere probably occurred about 1539 in Mexico City with the first printing In the Untied States beginning uj 163S at Harvard Burt - A, candle light wedding ceremony was performed at St John's Lutheran church in Hurt at 8 p.ffl. pec. 28, uniting' in mar< nage Karen Kay Lavrenz, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, Burt, and Dennis Krai, son of Dr. and Mrs. W, J. Krai of Mt. Pleasant. The double ring ceremony was performed by Pastor A. E. Vehling before relatives and friends. The bride was * dressed in a floor length white satin gown with tight-fitting bodice, w,ith a full flowing skirt. The skirt and bodice were flaked with white roses, a long train extended from a double busseled 'skirt. Her shoulder-length veil was held in place With, a head band of silk MSeS " Xl? escorted to the altar b father, Attefidiftg the brjde a ftr - fl . of honor was a lifts Ibrij friend and c 1 & s s ni a. t e, ' Alic Thp m f) SOn . Bridesmaids •were he Sister, Loreli Lavrenz and Delen Ross. Mayme LavreriZ was ft bridesmaid. • groom's attendants were t-i TJ ,> y> best man > Jerry and David Krai and Albert Nessoffer as groomsmen. Ushers Were Fred Snutz and Marvin Peterson. A reception for about 70 guests was held at the church parlors mmediately following the ceremony. , Mrs. George Koestler acted as dining room hostess and Ann Rfc- mers was chairman of the kitchen. Guests included grandparents of he couple, Mr. and Mrs. Wm )tto and Mr. and Mrs. Wrench. Fort Dodge and Mrs. Fred Lavenz, Burt. After a short wedding trip, the <nn o jg a j jj 0me | n Cedar Rapids thq bride is on the teaching of the Cedar Rapids school ystem. The groom is a student In the college of dentistry at State University of Jowa at fowa City. Wdman's Chifc Met Woman's Club met lit the "Ha* of Erma Pratt Monday etfgnln with Esther Soreiisbrr asslstin hostess'. •• A reading was 1 given^b Elva Boettcher. Helen Vogel gav a talk and a filmstrip was shown The next meeting of the 'eln will be at the home of Bem'i Mitchell Jan. 22. , -,' Vera Bradley and .Maree Bahn son will bq assisting hostesses, In business transactions', a Monday's meeting, |.he club V0tcd :o participate in the scholarship and loan program again his year The club also voted to assist in he Girl Scout finance drive, The program committee > ap- >omted for -coming year are Benita Mitchell, Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Karen Holmseth' and Ruth Clapsaddle. ilver Dollar'Day The annual open house and Siler Dollar Day will be observed 'at he Burt Coop Elevator and Lum. er yard all day Thursday, Jan. 3. Free coffee and donuts will be served from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Silver dollars will be given avvaj on all cash purchases and door prizes will b£ given and all are invited to register. Rand Mothers will meet Thurs nay evening, Jan. IB. Hostesses "•ill he Lillian Heerdt, chr., Viola Cunningham, Benita Mitchell, Magdalene Ortman and Evelyn Mawdsley. Karen Holmseth and Esther tichradcr will have charge of entertainment. Geneva Graham, small daugh- er of the Bruce Grahams, was aken to St. Ann hospital Wednes- lay for medical care. William Vogel is a patient at lie Dickinson County Memorial iospita'1 where he" is receiving medical care. The first of -a series of book tody classes. was held at the ome of Jenny Riebhoff Monday. The Meaning of Suffering" by r. Ralph Sockman is being stud- ed. Lurena Soderburg is leading he study. The second meeting was eld Jan. 15 at the home of Helen Vogel. Members of The Fortnightly Club will meet with Clara Rev Holds Friday, Jan. 19. George Becker has been eott- fined to his home for the past week with the flu. Joe Gross, long time Burt resident who has been ailing for some time, was taken to St. Ann hospital Sunday for medical care. The Goodwin Bergerud family has been confined to their home for the past 3 weeks with slight cases of scarlet fever. All are improving. Mr. and Mrs. Wallate Hawcott and Kenneth arrived home Wednesday after a 3-week vacation with relatives in California. Algor AND VIKING OIL CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Deoot _ >na 4*H Club The January meeting of the Algona A.O.K. 4-H club was held at he home of Margaret Utt Jan. 9. There was some discussion on Algona Day. The club decided to iave a 4-H roller skating party Friday, Feb. 23. Tickets, will be old in advance and at the rink's Soor. There were 12 members and guest mother, Mrs. Boeckholt, present. 1961 '91 Xjpnuaf 'Xoptenj Afaana (la.) Upper Dc» Mofnes-9 Titonka Girl Weds Dec. 27 TItonkrt — Ardene Kildal, daugh- iM°i f ?™ and Mrs ' W - MorHs Kildal of Titonka and David Robert Browning, son of J. Robert Downing of Indianola, were united in marriage Dec. 27 at the Titonka Methodist church. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Kildal. I The bride has been attending (Simpson College, Indianola, and I will graduate in January. She is»a member of Pi Beta Phi. The groom attends Simpson and will enter Drake University lii the ' fall. He is employed by Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Co., Des Moines, STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models* Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona. ./Science Shrinks Kief New Way Without Surgery s - )_p or 1 Brat time iclenc* has found * ntw healing substance with the uton- J«hing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop Itching, and reliere pain — without surgery. 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