The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 2
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f I J-flteft<W (Is.) ttpp* Thursday, Jun« 20, 1957 Wed June 1 At St. Joe Mr rind Mrs Paul Ruslcmier, who were married in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Bode, Saturday, June 1, are>shown above. Fr. Leo Schumacher officiated at the ceremony. The new Mrs Rustemier is the former Janet Hammer, daughter of Mrs Florence Hammer of Bode, while Mr Rustemier is the son Of Mr and Mrs Henry Rustemier of Bancroft. She is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school, attended college at Cedar Falls and taught for the past year at Belmond. The bridegroom is a St. John's of Bancroft graduate, attended A.I.B. in Des Moines and is employed by Inland Mills at the present time. (Nels Isaacson photo - UDM Engraving) t JuneHarner ,f Recent Swea .. Swea City — June Lucille Harner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Qeorge Jfarner, Swea City, was united in piarriage ^to .Merlyn C. Qeckler, son of Mr and Mrs Aaron Beckler, Wellman, in an after- rioon wedding June 0 at the First Methodist Church in Swea City. The Eev, S. H. Hammer, pastor, witnessed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was pro* yided by Mary Yoder, Wellman, vocalist, and Kenneth Seylar, organist. • The bride's attendants • were Jocelyn Joan Kile, Ames, maid of honor; and Beverly Bergus, Os<?eola, bridesmaid. Donald Miller of Wellman was best man, and Gene Bender of Parnell was groomsman. Ushers were James Harner, brother of the bride, arid Robert Eggerth. Candle lighters fc-ere Waljis Kay .Reynolds and Mary Ethel Gibson. ',The bride's gown was pf hand" clipped rose point French lace, with an inset of sunburst pleated ftille. in the skirt, Her fingertip vieil of French illusion was held in place of a cap embroidered with sequins and pearls, She carried a single white orchid SPRAY LESS and PAY LISS for effective fly control fn dairy barns surrounded by slephanotis. Following the ceremony a reception for 85 guests was held in the church parlors, with Mrs Francis Torine as hostess. Mrs Wallace Reynolds, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Milan 'Chatterton of Des Moines poured; Anna Beck of Minneapolis served punch; Cheryle Torine had charge of the guest book. Phyllis Goodwin and Sedeil Hammer were in charge of gifts. On the eve of the wedding, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine entertained y the. 4wehty members of "the watWrrgHparty at a rehearsal dinner? at*their .home. On June 7 the bride was the honored guest at a shower in the Methodist Church parlors attended by, ninety friends and relatives. Following a two week wedding trip to the eastern states, Mr and Mrs Beckler are making their home in Wellman. The bride graduated from Swea City high school and Gale Institute in Minneapolis. Following two years employment as com- municationist in the Chicago offices of'the Santa Fe, she attended Iowa "State Teachers College. For the past two years she has taught first grade -in Wellman, and next year she will teach kindergarten. Mr Beckler graduated from the Wellmun -high school and served four years in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean conflict. He is employed in Wellman. Observes 891h Birthday Mrs Addie Ewing observed her 89th birthday Monday at the home of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs AJvin Ewjng. Guests were Mr and Mrs Oliver Ewing and Mr and Mrs Axel Paulsen. Mrs June Ewing made a birthday cake for the occasion. §he now makes her home with the Alvin Ewings and part of the year she stays with Mr and Mrjj Oliver E,\ving. Gets I.S.T.C. JLcMejr Jim Gardner was one of the 25 trackmen at Iowa State Teachers College who received varsity letters at Honors Day recently. Gardner, who is a senior, afso Diane Sandt Of Bancroft Weds Monday Benoroft — Diane Sandt. daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Sand; of Bancroft, and P;itnrk S-.vee- noy. son of Mrs Mary S'-vcmey £>nd the late Lc-o Swernc'.v of F' Dodge, were married in a ckiiib''' ring ceremony at S>. J'-'in'-church. Monday. June I" ;it 9 :• m. with Rev. Joseph H. Srhii!'"< officisting at the nuptiil h:/h in ass. The bride, given in nvirrJRi!" by her father, wore a floor Irn.ath 2ov/n of imported Chantilly hire over Dutchess bridal satin. Th< gown had long sleeves coming to a point in front and brick and the back was closed with ;i rmv of tiny satin covered button*. The skirt was very full ;md the gown had a tiny stand-up collar trimmed with rhinc^tones. The fingertip veil of pure silk illu-ion was held in place with a poari and sequin scalloped crown. She carried a lavender orchid on a white prayer book, which was her gift from the bridegroom. Mrs John Stein, Clare, sisle* of the bride, was matron of honor. Melvin Zinnel of Fort Dod<;e, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, served as best man Dwaync Sandt, brother of the bride and John Sweeney of Fair Oaks, Calif., brother of the bridegroom, served as ushers. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Legion rooms. Mrs sweeney graduated from St. John's high school in 1955, attended Tobin's Business College at Fort Dodge and is employed in Fort Dodge where she will continue to work. Mr Sweeney attended Sacred Heart School in Fort Dodge and is employed there. After a wedding trip to the lakes they will make their home at Fort Dodge. > Irvington By Marguerite Mulligtfft i t plays in the college band, sings in the choir, and was elected president of the Men's Union for the coming year. He is attending summer school. Af Music Camp Young people who enrolled Sunday at All State Music Camp at the State University of Iowa for the two-week course are Kenneth Seyler, Tom, Sanftner, Janet Thpresort, and Janet Walker. Mrs Edith Busch, vocal instructor on the school faculty, accompanied them and is attending the teacher's workshop held in ponjunc- tion with the camp. Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis visited Sunday at Jeffers, Minn., at the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rhubee. Mrs Curtis is a sister of Mr Rhubee, Faculty members a 11 e n d i ng graduate school for work toward their master's degree are Principal Randall Webb. and Robert Jones. Webb registered June 11 for the summer course at the State University of. Iowa. Mr and Mrs Jones have gone to Greeley whore he is attending graduate school at the Colorado State College of Education. Among 4-II tours scheduled is ono of the Swea-Harrison club, The club is scheduled to make their tour on June 24, and they will meet at Reynolds Park at 8 a.m. With over 40 members, the Swea Harrison club is the largest in Kossuth County. The Swea CHy Theater reopened June 14 with Fred Albers as manager. There wil be movies three nights a week, beginning at 7:30. The Commercial Club is sponsoring the Wednesday night show, for which admission is only lOc plus a complimentary ticket which may be obtained at business places. The Rev. A. L. Rutledge announces that June 28 the boy scouts will be awarded pins and badges at a Court of Honor to be held at the school's all-purpose rporn. Rev, Rutledge is Scoutmaster, and Lynn Pulver is assistant scoutmaster. f lib long residual DIAZINON One spraying kills files 44 weeks wsty wMh,Weilfl»o- fly p«w«r 4* wwkv TNrt ARE ADMIRAL •Slim-Une 1 H.P. • AIR CONDITIONER F<?r Home — O«lc» •» Special 249,95 ALGOHA IMPLEMENT Phono CY 4-3501 1417 Cemmereial $t Mrs Mane Frankl and Mrs S. .1 H ;iycs attended a bridal ."h< p%'.-f-r at the Frank Mulligan ho:::" ,-it Bancroft Wednesday ev riir^ honoring Joan Sernett who will b? married to Dr. f*a( Mulligan. June 22. Danifl Thomas, infant son of Mi nr.d Mrs B. A. Frankl, was 70(i Sunday at St. Cecelia's Ch'.'.rch Sponsors were Sylvfester •,ir. i MnrgtK'Mtf.: Hayes. Dinner gu'-sts at the Frankl home •frefe MJS Marie Frankl and Mr and Mrs Hayes. Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppniann wfre pler-snntly surprised Sunday p.m. by a phone call from their cr,n .Louis. Sacramento, Cal. .The occasion was Mrs H. Schepp- inann's birthday. The Louis Scheppmanns ru;ve bought a home in Sacramento and Louis ami Larry are employed there. Mr am! Mrs Ted Ringsdorf-of Laton, Calif, visited the latters two sisters here Tuesday and Wednesday. Beda Watson of San Francisco is visiting at Ufe home of her son. Mr and Mrs Paul Watson in Algona. She called on friends here Thursday. Steven McMahon returned home Sunday after a week's visit at his grandparent's home at Lylo, Minn. Mr and Mrs Durwood Walker were weekend guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Olive Hansen. Durwood is now stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Weds Recently At Algona ANNIVERSARY At LeMars, Mr and Mrs Fred Husmann recently observed th.eir 56th wedding anniversary. ; Medical Clinic The Board of directors of City Btlfldiflf, Inc., has advertised fot settled bids for the construction of a medical clinic. TJiclf are to be made before July 1. AI a meeting of the stockholder- Tuesday evening at Legion Hall, stock certificates were issued to persons who purchased shares. Tn date a total of $16,200 had been raised, representing 648 shares. It is planned to begin construc- tion th1« minimal 1 on » *H» of the Method lit Church. I Mayor'* Wrtii Three pemjnj pi id fines for truffle violations in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court Wednesday, Mildied Hchnffer, AlRona, pflid $5 nnrt costs on n spocdlnu count; (Jrtrlnri'l C. Hiiiisrw, Callendcr, $6 nnd cMitto for «pwdin«; and Owen Hurt. Algonn, $3 »ml costs for (•rr)ssln« n yellow line. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hayes. wh« were married May 7 at St. Cecelia Catholic church, are shown above. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the wedding mass. Mrs Hayes, correspondent for the Upper Des Moines, is postmaster and a merchant at Irvington, while Mr Hayes is a machinist from Mason City. They are living at Irvington after a trip through southern and western states. (Missal photo-UDM Engraving) It was thought that the name"White House" for the President's home came from Martha Washington's home in Virginia, "White House." Victor Herbert, one of the best known of American composers was one of the founders of the American Society of Composers and Publishers. NOTICE! SUMMER Opening Houis Effective immediately, our lerviee department will be open from 7:15 until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday instead of 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT WILL CLOSE AT NOON ,ON SATURDAY FOR THE REST OF THE SUMMER MONTHS. The sales department will also be open at 7:15 a.m. each day and will also be OREN Saturday afternoons. Kent Motor Co. GOLD MEDAL 25 - LB ' BAG FLOURl-89 BISQUICK FLOURS U. S. 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