The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 9, 1957
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•#• Harms-Han ten Nuptials At Wonka With 180 Guests Tiionka —. A bridal gate which held baskets oi yellow daffodil on either side with two pottee palms provided the backgrounn for a beautiful wedding Tuesday evening at 7:30 as Miss Gladys Ann Harms, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs Herman Harms became the bride of Loren Hansen, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Harden all of Ti tonka. The ceremony took place at the Ramsey Refoi-jned Church with the Rev, Wm. Kroon of ficiating at the doable ling cere mony. Mrs Richard Beenken of Ti tonkn played the wedding marches and also accompanied Mis? Linda Nelson who sang. - The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of tiered lace on net over white taffeta fashioned with long sleeves coming to a point at the wrist, fitted bodice with a peter p,an collar and nylon net yoke The fingertip veil of nylon tulle was held in place by a crown headpiece of irridecent sequins & seed pearls. Her jewelry was t pair of earrings and a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried a beautiful bouquet. The maid of honor was the bride's sister, Janice, and bridesmaid was Darlene Bentle oi Wesley. Flower gins were aPtty Gruis and Elaine Ricks, cousins of the bride. Harold Harms, brother of the bride, was groomsman while Rollo Moore, a close friend of the groom, served as his 'best man FEELING A LITTLE 'BEAT I' COME TO THE Algona Upper Des Moines And See How You Can ran » SUSAN LOW! (Cooking School Economist) MATT (Iflrfteld Seehower, brother-in- law of the gfeiom and Johni? Harms, cousin of the fcride, weft ushers. ~ % Betty Carlson, a former schoolmate of the bride and Sandra Hansen, a niece of the groom were candlelighters. Marcene Hanna presided at the guest book while Mrs Wilben Meinders and tlarlene Gray opened and arranged the gifts. A reception was hgfd in the church parlors for about 180 guests. Mrs Jim Rippentrop and Mrs Herman Gruis Jr., aunts of the bride, cut and served the cake. Mrs Garfie'.d Seehower of Mason City, sister of the groom, poured wnile Mrs Henry Van Hove was dining room hostess. Waitresses were Misses Darlent Frahzen, Rhonda H a m m o nd. Sharon Carroll, Barbara Ringsdorf, Lois Harms and Karen Van Hove. The neighbor ladies and friends helped in the kitchen. The bride is a graduate of Ti- tunka high school in 1955, attend ed Mankato Commercial College and for the past year has been employed as bookkeeper at Jack's OK Tire Service at Algona. The groom graduated from Titonnt High School in 1050 and has been in the armed service and since returning has returned to his former job as assistant manager at the Titonka Coop. Creamery. After a wedding trip through the Black Hills the couple Will live in the tenant house on the Nick Heesch farm. Junior-Senior Banquet The Junior-Senior banquet was held Saturday evening with Chinese gardens being the center of attractions ainl decorations. Part of the gym floor was decorated for the banquet and part was for the prom which was held afterwards. Bobby Griggs oi Mason City provided the music for the 31 Seniors and the 39 Juniors that attended along with the Teachers and their wives and also other invited guests for tin. Prom. Mrs Anna Swyter, accompanied Mr and Mis Frank Meyer and Rudy of Corwith to Prior, Okla.. where they visited at the homes of Dr. and Mrs Alvin Meyer and Dr. and Mrs Wilbur Meyer and their families. They planned to be gone for 5 days. Terry Schutjer, son of Clarence Schutjer, has been spending a furlough from the armed services visiting relatives ana friends in and around Titonka. • Robert Fritz, Titonka FFA president, has been given the degree of "Iowa«Farmer" at the state FFA convention at Cedar Rapids. The "Iowa Farmers" is the highest degree awarded by the state FFA association. Of the 10,553 FFA members in the state, only 188 received the "Iowa Farmers" degree. Bob is the first Titonka FFA member to be so honored and he ,j| tlle,,son o» Mr and Mrs Wm. Fritz ofTitonKl. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga ol Rockford, 111. visited over the weekend with their parents, Mv and Mrs Amos Krominga and Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and other relatives in Tjtonka. They returned home Monday evening. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and girls, Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family and Mr and Mrs John Sastain and family of Hamtooldt were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Move and family. The Waldorf College choir, consisting of 61 voices and under the direction of Mrs Dorcas Byrp Dorow Will sing at the High School gymnasium Sunday evening, May 12, at 6 o'clock. This choir is-sponsored by the Gao4 Hope Lutheran church in Titonke and is representing one of the colleges of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. James Bolster Services Held At Bancroft Bancroft — Funeral service? for James Bolster, 61, were held Saturday morning at St. John'r Catholic Church with Rev. 3. H. Schultes officiating. Burial wa? in St. Johnls Cemetery with Garry Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Legion services were held at the cemetery. Mi- Bolster passed away Wednesday in the Veterans Hospital, lowli City, where he had been a patienl for several months. He was born here, son of the late Gar and Kate Bolster. ' Pallbearers were Lawrence Kockler ,Lawrence Becker, Otto Nemmers, Glenn Cowing ' and Wilbur Fox . He leaves five children, fou? .daughters and one son, two of whom were here for the services, Mrs Dale Ferguson and Mrs Hubert Atkins of Waterloo. Two daughters living in Texas and e son in France was unable to be here. He leaves three sisters and two brothers. Mrs C. J. Stauder, Bancroft, Mrs A. L. O'Neil. Spencer, Mrs Hazel Kemp of Wisconsin, William Bolster, Waterloo, Cecil Bolster, Texas. Piano Recital St. John's Grade School held its Piano Recital Friday afternoon, May 3, in the school gym. Students taking part were David Lynch, Judy Wilhelmi, Donald Ricke, Theresa McCarthy, Mary Beth Welp, Anne Wollner, Thomas Murray, Arliss Dorr, Christine Eckhart, Craig Hotlestaid, Janice Schrandt, Patricia pudding, Kristine McGuire, -Eileen Lynch, Sylvia Kollasch, Rosemary Schwankl, Nancy Shillington, Mary Lou Schemmel, Janice Alvey, Barbara Welp, Mary Ann Meyer, Joann Wilhelmi, Janice Menke, Joseph Wel'p, Jo Ann McCieisch, Judy, V'aske, Rosemary Ulses, Judy Wotf, Calesta Donkbar and James, Mipry Ann and John Meyer. ' Sunday evening, May' 5, the May Crowning Services were held in St. John's .Catholi church. Joan Fox was queen am crowned the Blessed Virgin. Sh was attended £y Marilyn Haup ert, Donna bergman, A1 i ex Menke, Marilyn Doyle, Phylli Mulligan, Rita Antoine and Dian ne Hellman were flower girls. Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre are par GIVE HER A CAKE DECORATED ESPECIALLY FOR HER FROM FINN'S BAKERY IN ALGONA. FREE! A PINT OF FINN'S OWN HOMEMADE ICE CREAM IN YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS GOES WITH YOUR MOTHER'S DAY CAKE. ORDERED JUST THE WAY YOU WANT IT DECORATED, ' DELICIOUS ROLLS, DONUTS, COOKIES, TOO FINN'S BAKERY Algona /^ FREE FRii FREE FREE! FREE!! A KITE' With Every Fill of GOLD CROWN SUPER PREMIUM STANDARD GAS THE HIGHEST OCTANE RATED GASOLINE IN ALGONA Q0o4 The 15»h ef Mey Only '* HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE COOKS STO- SERVICE ents of a daughter born Saturday at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Hugn Walsh and Mfs Anna Nurre are the grandparents. Burial w a s in Greenwood Cemetery Sunday for Leslie Wilson, Oloversville, N. Y. Mr Wilson, who lived here many years ago, passed away at his home there and was returned here for buiral in the family lot. A- bridal shower honoring Leona. Goche, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Goche, was held Sunday afternoon in St. John's Church Hall. Miss Goche will be married to Arthur Hillman, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Hellman. Mrs J. F. Helinsky's mother, Mrs Rose Martinson, passed away Sunday morning at Holy Family hospital, Estherville IF IT'S NEWS WE WArtT IT WANT ACS BRING RESULTS where she had been after suffering a heart attack at the home of her daughter. Mrs Martinsott has made her home with hei daughter off and on for many years. Her home was in Esthei- ville, where funeral services wort- Tuesday. She was 90 years old. Attending services from here were Mr and Mrs J. T. Helinsky, Bernard Donkbar and daughters, Fedelis and Ceh'sta. LUVERNifNEWS Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen of Mason City visited her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus Saturday. 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Attend the Upper Des Moines Cooking School and Saturday afternoons - this week « and iff for yourself and before your eyes what FBI6I PAIRS if nielly, really likel Susan Lowe Will Cook On a FRIGIDAIRE Electric Rang* I FREE PRIZES At The Cooking School t FgJDAY ~ Electric Shover - Sunbeam Elec. Iron Appliance t "The Wild**! In .., &

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