The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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6~A>fldne (lo.) Upp»r Cm Mofnti thurwtay, June 20, 1957 Elaine Sonnenberg Married f itonka — Baskets of pink and Ifrbitc peonies and fern leaves provided the background for a wedding Wednesday, June 12. at 7:30 p.m. as Elaine L. Sonnenberg. daughter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Ronnenberg. Titonka, became 1h«> bride of Elmer Kicks. ,«on of Mr and Mrs Simon Ricks, also of Titonka. The ceremony took place at the Ramsey Reformed church with Rev. Gilbert Beenken of Minneapolis, a cousin of the bride, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Rev. Wm. Kroon gave the sermonctte. Mrs Clarence Weigmann of Floyd, cousin of the bride, played the nuptial music on the organ and also accompanied soloist Kenneth Loats who sang. Candle lighters were Delores Strobe] nnd Evonne Olson, friends of the bride. The bride .given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length princess style gown of white satin, with boat shaped neckline trimmed with small seed pearls and sequins. Lace filled the neckline with the bodice coming to a deep point at the waist. Her lace sleeves tapered to a point at the wrists. From the waist down was a full overskirt of nylon tulle net. Her fingertip veil of nylon net was held in place by a tiara effect headpiece, studded with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white orchids, surrounded with baby mums. Her only jewelry was pearl earrings, a gift of the groom. The matron of honor was Mrs Wilbur Meinders, a friend of the bride, and bridesmaid was Marlene Stecker, a friend of the bride.. Ringbearer and flower girl were Samuel and Sara Beenken, twin children of Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Beenken. Melvm Ricks, twin brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Other attendants were Russell Sonnenberg. brother of the bride, as groomsman. Ralph Carlson and Rollin Wempen of Buffalo Center as ushers. The reception was held immediately after the ceremoiiv in the church parlors. The tfridal tables were decorated in pink, green and white, the bride's colors. The 4-tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Gertie Sonnenberg, aunt of the bride. The cake was white, decorated with real pink sweetheart roses and topped with real roses. Mrs Tommie Potter of Buffalo Center, sister of the groom, poured. Marvyl Grimes of Buffalo Center, Velida Bruns and Ronda Bowers, both of Titonka, were in charge of the gifts. Linda Ricks, sister of the groom was in charge of the guest book. Waitresses were Alvina Harms. Edith Huisinga, Anna Grace Folkerts and Marilyn Welhousen. Dinin'g room hostess was Mrs George Wempen of Buffalo Center. Kitchen committee consisted o neighbors of the bride and groom For going away the 4 bride choose a white and black shan tung sheath dress with red accessories and wore the orchic from her bouquet. The bride is a graduate of the Titonka high school, atended Gale Institute of Minnesota and for the past two years has served as secretary to Supfc W. P. Truesdell of Buffalo Consolidated school. The groom is also a graduate of the Titonka high school and served four years in the armed services and since his release has been employed at Titonka. After a honeymoon they will live in Titonka. Allaire Farrow Of Ledyard Is Wed June 15 From Area Are Given ISC Diplomas Saturday Degrees and certificates were— awarded to 988 students including 14 from this area, at Commencement exercises held in the College Armory at Iowa State College Saturday, June 15. _ Speaking to the graduates was Dr. J. W. Maucker, president of Iowa Staje Teachers College. Those from this area receiving degrees included: Bill Hurn, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Hurn, agronomy; Judith McMahon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy McMahon, institution management; Mary Mawdsley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Mawdsley, institution management; and Marcia Stillman, daughter of Judge and . Mrs G. W. Stillman, home economics education, all of Algona; Mary Peterson, daughter of Mr and Mrs-Alfred Peterson, dietetics, Armstrong; Rochelle Andrews .daughter of Mr and Mrs 'Dean Andrews, mathematics, Burt.. Roy Johnson, son of Mr and ' Mrs Roy E. Johnson, industrial administration, Cor with; Billy Smith,, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Smith,- agricultural education, Ringsted; Truman Berkland, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Berkland, industrial education, Rodman; Selmer Uhr, son of Mr and Mrs Selmer E. Uhr, forestry, Swea City; LeRoy Seiler, son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Seiler, electrical engineering; and Betty Tjaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kalpn Tjaden, home economics education, Wesley; Robert Studer, son of Mr and Mrs Henry J. istuder, civil engineering, West Bend; and LeRoy Eisenmann, son of Mr and Mrs C. J. Eisenmann farm operation, Woden. Hurn also received his commission as a second lieutenant m the Air Force Reserve Saturday He is awaiting orders and will rmjprt a,t a later date. He was one of 39 men commissioned Ledyard — Saturday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Eltnore a beautiful wedding took place uniting Allaire Jo Ann Farrow, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gurney Farrow, and Eldon John Jutting, .son of Mr and Mrs John Jutting of Buffalo Center, in marriage. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Aaron J. Link. The traditional wedding march was played by Audrey Harms, who also accompanied Carol Jutting, vocalist. The bride's gown, princess style, was of embroidered crys- talette and her flowers were a white orchid surrounded by stephanotis. She was attended by Joan Ernst of Rock ford as maid of honor, and Sedell Hammer of Swea City and Jeane Brandt of Ledyard as bridesmaids. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church for 125 guests. Mrs Fred Harms cut the cake, Mrs Minnie Jutting poured, Judy Gilbertson, Thelma Steenhardt and Melva Burrow were waitresses, Mrs Marvin Smith had charge of the guest book and Mrs Richard Looft, Mrs Eldon Larson and Mrs Shirley Meyers had charge of the gifts. The bride and groom left immediately after the reception on a wedding trip into Minnesota and Wisconsin. They will be at home at Cedar Falls where they will both be in summer school at Iowa State Teachers college. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college and the past year taught third grade at Forest City. Her third grade pupils from Forest City attended her wedding in a body. Summer Program Supt. Leo Willadsen has announced the following summer program for the band. There are rehearsals every Monday evening beginning June 17 with the junior band meeting from 7:15 to 8 p.m. and the Senior Band from 8:10 to 9:15 p.m. The Senior Band will present concerts down town at 8 p.m. on the following Saturday nights June 22, July 6, July 20, and August .3. The band will be inder the direction of Mr Philip "•achet, Ringsted band director. Wed Licenses Going Like Hot Cakes Ten wedding licenses have been issued during the past week Des Moines, and Marlene Steck- as June continues to follow tradition by being a month of weddings. Licenses issued this week went to the following couples: June 12 — Arthur E. Hougland, Creston, and Lorelie Rupp, Algona. START YOURfNEW HAIRDO WITH A June 14 — Robert Price and Sharon Erdahl, Lakota. June 15 — Eugene Yetmar and Marcella Rolling, Fort Dodge; and Elvin R. Moore and Alice Smith, Algona. June 17 — Norman Wagner, by County Clerk Alma Pearson, er, Titonka; Ted A. Van Hove, Titonka, and Helen Stenzel, Lakota. June 18 — Delbert W. Ferguson and Lois A. Schiltz, Ban^ croft; and Patrick J. Mulligan, Bancroft, and Joan Sernett, Algona; Arden Slattum, Joice, and Marlyss Johnson, Lakota. June 19 — Larry C. Cummings, Burt, and Elizabeth A. Steil, Algona. TON! $2°° PROM BOBBfBIfllA ~~" PUJITAX LOCALS Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford spent Monday at Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji, attending a meeting, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt had as guest from Sunday till Tuesday Mrs Wilfred Roadinger of Chaska, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck and also been sick since May 30 with a virus cold. She returned to work last week. Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilges of Algona are parents of a son born June 6 at St. Ann hospital. He has been named Brian Neal and has three sisters and a brother. Mr and Mrs Chris Johnson. former residents here visited Mrs Frank Devitt and other friends a few days this week. The Johnsons now live at Atlantic. Mr and Mrs O, B. Harmes and family spent the weekend at St. Peter, Minn., with Mrs Harmes 1 parents, Mr arid Mrs E. C. Foss. Bandy remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt had as guests Monday Mr and Mrs Marion Butterfield and Gerald- jne Bleich, of Des Moines who also visited Mrs May Bleich and Mr and Mrs Paul Hilbert. Mis Paul Thacker, Kirk and Paul of Rock Rapids, and Mrs A. W. Schwandt, Nathan and Roxanne of Mineplo, are spending the week visiting their sister and husband, Mrs Jerry Radig at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas have had a recent letter from their son Phil Jr., who is in the, army and stationed at Stutgart, Germany. The trip was made via pjane. He is with the intelligence branch of service. Ray Schenck. Algona, who is majoring at Oregon State College m forestry, is working this summer as a firejumper near Missoula, Mont. 'Jle would be happy to visit with anyone from this area who might be traveling west this summer. Irving ElUoW and daughter, Mrs Don Knapp and son Bennis of Taeoma, Wash, were here over the weekend, visiting Mrs Fred Martin's, sister of Mr BJliott. They all spent Sunday 'at Allison, visaing the town where the KWott family lived. Mi ,§wi Mri Cilttwd. ibfctafi and daughter, Joyc*, spent the June g weekend wife their eon* Playground Is Top Project At Swea City Swea City — Expansion of the school playground facilities is being planned in a project jointly supported by the school end town. Features planned are a tennis court and facilities for outdoor basketball, with provision for winter flooding for ice skating. The school will assume two- thirds of the expense, and the town one-third. It is planned to begin this summer on the project, which will include a concrete playing floor, lights, fences, and the necessary equipment. The site will be the southwest corner of the school property. Humboldf Alone In First Place 7 Loop Teams Hutnboldt remains the team to beat in the Kossuth County Baseball League following action last weekend. The league leaders remained unbeaten through four games with an easy 8-2 verdict over Emmetsburg Sunday. Fort Dodge thumped Whittemore, 179, and Bancroft knocked off Algona, 5-1, in other contests Sunday, while Whittemore downed Estherville, 4-2, in a makeup game Saturday night. The Estherville-Lone Rock contest Sunday was called due to rain, hail and wet grounds. « Bancroft sacked the KCs early, counting five runs in the home half of the first inning. Singles by Elsbecker, Johnson, Garry and Dixon and a double by Jim Rahe, coupled with a pair of errors, sent the runs scurrying home. The final run of the game came in the top of the fourth when Algona scored on a walk, a single by Ashton and a pair of stolen bases. Cecil Schilmoeller and Don Froehlich worked on the hill for the losers, while Tom Lickliter fired a neat four-hitter for Bancroft. The winners collected eight blows, including a pair of hits by Jim Johnson. Monaghan hurled the Humboldt win over Emmetsburg, allowing ten hits. He was stingy with men on base, while the winners made the most of 13 bingles off Thompson and Ritchardt of Emmetsburg. League standings W L Humboldt 4 0 Whittemore 2 1 Algona _ 3 2 ' Lone Rock 1 • 2 Estherville " 1 2. Emmetsburg 1 2 Fort Dodge 1 2 Bancroft 1 3 Bancroft will travel to Whittemore, Humboldt to Lone Rock, Fort Dodge to Emmetsburg and Estherville t9 Algona for games this Sunday in the loop. RA'S LUSCIOUS VINE-RIPENED JUMBO CANTELOUPE They Sold Like Lightning Lasi Week I FANCY FRESH SLICING PLUMS 1.49 PEACHES 29clb. Dick Dale Will Speak Here One of Algona's most famous ex-citizens, Dick Dale, featured vocalist and saxophone player in Lawrence Welk's band, which is seen on TV twice weekly in this area, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Kiwanis . club here, Thursday, June 27. . He is expected to arrive here June 25 for a visit with his sister, Mrs Harold Cowan and his mother. The Kiwanis meeting and appearance of Dick will be a Queen's Party, with wives of members and several other special guests invited, including Dale's relatives from this area. in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Calvin Tschetter at Kalona. The Tschetters will remain in Kalona for the summer as Calvin has work in Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Frank Cink, their grandson, Bobby Cink, Mrs Emil Stoffel and Jean Robinson spent from Sunday until Tuesday of this week at Wilmar, Minn, where the-y visited Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel. Mr and Mrs James Will and Brian and Mrs Mildred Put* spent the weekend at Sioux City with Mr and Mrs Don Price, son- in-law and daughter of Mrs Putz They brought home the Wills' daughter, Deborah, who had spent the week with her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas spent Father's Day at Clarion with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr arid Mrs Dale Brand They were accompanied by their daughter, Anita Rose, who had come Friday from Minneapolis and returned there from Clarion Monday. Mrs Lenore Hills is being visited today (Thursday) by her nephew and his wife, Mr and Mrs B9b Rahe, and family of San Diego, Calif. Bob is in the navy. From here they will go to Bancroft to visit the respective parents, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Rahe and Mr and Mrs Charles Scholtes M.Wifret pyrant spent Saturday in west Union where she attended an all-day meeting of Iowa Penwomen. At the morning session, she conducted a poetry workshop and in the afternoon gave a talk on prose writing. She was guest of Marion See, whose Balkan museum is i A "GOOD OLD DAYS" PRfCE OM ALGONA POP 24-BOTTLE CASE Any Flavor plus, dep. CHOICE OF JACK SPRAT OR MRS TUCKER'S OLEO 4 Lbs. MAKE COOLING DRINKS ALL FLAVORS KOOL-AIDE 3 - 1O GIANT PKG. WITH BIG SPONGE ATTACHED SHIN A DISH Special Deal For $1.18 VALUE 69c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 50 Ib. bag 3 79 JIFFY ASSORTED PKG. CAKE MIXES... lOc DES MOINES LIQUID NO. DEP. BLEACH.. gal. 3/c MISSION TOMATO REG. BTL. CATSUP...I for 59c ICECREAM ft' BORDEN 'GLACIER CLUB' Vi GAL. SALLY ANN FRESH-BAKED LARGE ANGEL-FOOD CAKES 39c "TASTY-LOAF" Cheese FOOD 2-LB. BOX BRACK'S FANCY SUMMER CANDY In The "Window Box" Reg. 39c A rtQ Each 0 for 03C TENDERLOIN END LB ^^k ^^^ Pork Chops 39 DECKERS HEAVY SMOKED LB, SUMMER SAUSAGE 49c FULLY-COOKED BARBECUE RIBS LB. READY-TO-EAT LB. CANADIAN BACON 89c FLAVOR-FED EACH FRYING CHICKENS J9c RAY'S PURE GROUND BEEF WEINERS HORMEL ALL-MEAT Mode From The iest-Thafs Why It's-Best 39c Ground Fresh Ib. Daily LEMONADE ORANGE JUICE CHOICE Sirloin STEAK

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