The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1954 · Page 5
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Bell,Whitiemore f iB/f/cfe Ocf. ft,. Fenton Man B . Haul's Luther- Mi ehufcH-was thd scene of a lite autufim wedding. Rev.,Paul 8, WeifthoJdvunited in marriage « .« dolible ring ceremony f% 1? ug t lt ? 1 ' Df Mr and dT Bdl of, Whitterrtore and Bblhngeiy soft of Mr and Mrs Kenneth -Bollihgef of Fen- toft, Sunday evening, Oct. 17, at t8 < H°?£ befo «! ah audience', that filled the church to Capacity. The bride, given in'marriage by her father, was attractive in a white gowri with Ghantillfc lace and nylon net overskirt with fitted bbdice and sweetheart neckline. Her fingertlp*French illusion veil was held % place by Seed- pearl tiara. She carried on orchid on a white Bible. Hei only jewelry .was* & aduble strand of pearls, "a gift from the bridegroom, Ruth Bell, the bride's sister was maid of honor, and Carol Bierstedt, cousin of the bride, and Sharon Wichtendahl, cousin of. the i bridegroom, maids. were brides- haar Algona. , Jane Wichtendahl, cousin of the bWdegrborn, was flower girl. She carried a basket of mixed flowers. Paul Belli brother 6f the bride, waj ring brearer.' . The bridegroom'was attended by his cousin Marvin Bollinger as, best mart. Groomsmen were Norman Bdllingeip,: his • brother, and Duane "Dreyer, .a former schoolmate. RUeben Butzke played the pro'- cessibnal and .recessionalj and accompanied Judy Greinert who sang "O Perfect Love"; and "Ouf Wedding Prayer." , .Ushers •'were Selma ^Vichtendahl and' Mary Hanover. . Following the ceremony a reception; was held the church par-, lors for l4p guests. Table'decora- tions were green and orchid, the bride's chosen -colors. . The bride's table was,•';adorned with a :thfee tier'-wedding cake wi-fh a miniature 1 bride and bridegroom. Table "waitresses were Darlene WagneVj Lael Pettit, Diane Wichtendahl, Yvonne Knudsoh, Arlene Hediri and Marlene Wichtendahl. Those who were in charge.in the kitchen were Mrs Melvin A. Elbert, Mrs Rudolph Hanover, Mrs Louis''Greinert, Mrs Dean Meyer and Mrs, Melvin Roeber. Dining room hostess was Arley Daehla at- Primghar. She also cut the wedding cake. Mary Bierstedt was in charge of the guest book. Carol Bollinger and Bessie Bollinger were in, charge, of the gifts. The bride graduated from the Lutheran parochial school and also attended the -Whittemore Public School. •The bridegroom attended • the schools in Fenton and was a graduate from the Fenton high school and has been employed on a farm near Algona. • They left on a week's honeymoon put..west ani" returnvfhe'y Wifl " Gals Perk Up At Sexton For New Bachelor By The Village Gossip Sexton ~ The town has been building in both people,and places the past Week. The gals hatf bet' ter get their hunting clothes out as the new people are sbhie mor6 of those eligible bachelors. Lloyd Wise has received his discharge from, the navy ahd is home to stay if anyone is interested in red* heads. He will make his home with his father, Mack Wise, and his aunt, Drusie Noble, and will be associated with his father in operating Mack's Market. The fishing partners, Grover and Clarence Grubb have return' ed from'their carrip in northern Minnesota, and will be- home for the winter. This will mean some company for C. N. Beish; who has been living'alone .in his large home for the summer. Among the projects almost completed is the. ne.w office at the elevator which should providp entertainment .for Wilford Ward and his assistant, Francis McMahon. They will be 9ut in the open with a lot of big' windows to Watch the goings on around town. Arch Burger made a rapid recovery from „ celebrating his golden wedding anniversary Sunday as he was. out the next day at work with a spade. He hasn't given .Up now that 50 year's have passed because that.big hole he was diggmg is for a new gas tank being installed at the Kirschbaum Garage. Although the coal: business seems to be. going dut of date other business is • picking up around town. The Kelley -Lumber Co. crew .were hard, at work tearing down the old coal ~shed& along the track and remodeling. Now if it ever stops raining they are making a big addition to their lumber office on main street. We must extend our sympathies to Mr L..A. Copp'also as,he will have to pitch in with the house work for a while after his wife's misfortune in breaking her wrist. lions Club Party Titonka—Members of .the Titonka Lions club held a Banquet for their'wives, teachers and the teachers' wives Thursday evening, Oct. 14, at the Lutheran church. There were 87 present. who likes Burt Has Big , , i i* » +>~ , -mf SuH-^This -is a- partial' list of Burt people -,wKb are', away at school. . Of the 1054 class Robert Fairbanks'' and Jerry . McMulleh are at Ames;- .Arid Moore and Fjlaine- L&Brun, lowd State Tcach- lers College, Cedar Falls; JoAnn Dittmer and* Delbi'os Stfoebel, Waldorf College* "• Forest City; Betty Ld Mitchell, University ol Iowa; Sheila Rachut, Wartburg at Waverly; artd Warren Rfentz,, a business -scr.Vrt -in Minneapolis'. Of the class of '53; Rochelle Andrews, Art Campney and Edgar • Keith are at Ames; Esther Haase at Cedar'Falls, her second year; Jim McMulleh at A. L B., Des Moines and Ma,ry Officer her second year at Simpson, Indianola. Richard Campney, a '52 graduate, is at Ames; Delores Trunk- hill, Ames;' Gary Schichtl at Upper Iowa University, Fayette; David Sarchet at I.S.T.C.; and John Geesman, Ames 1 * the last four are from the .'81 group and one of the CO vclasSj, Robert Batt, will return to Fayette soon. . Cub Scouts Honored v Tb^e October Pack meeting was held at the V.F.W.' Hall Wedne efifng find, two Charles Dfoert Lavr.aaz> were initiated . into the Cufrtscout ptograrn. AdVaiteini to ,tri4 nixt grade Were, fiitlj- H«rfliltOh t,and John Giffoifd and Larry . received , their Lions badge. OUs. afle .Hifiekle'y received & silviif arrow.'lor dorhtiletlng 20 eletsfi^eS not required atrd Garry MdVay received, his third arrow, for. 30 electives. Three boys, Jay Hoj' pus f Joe MctSuire and Garry Me* Vay graduated froni the Cubs. Cubmaster Dale Lockwood pt;6- sented each one With a certificate and a scout handbook. Each ontf was given a scout neekerehM and slide, by his den and they were presented and placed by the troop representative, Wm. Gld^ dings. • Two den mothers MrV Lovstad and. Mrs . Cook ,wer)i l given -certificates and lunch wki served by-Den 1. s Church Group £locls ' The Burt Circle Of the R.L.D.S. Church held the first meeting pi the new yeai 1 at the home of Mrs W. F. Batt Tuesday afternoo^v Elected to office that day wert; Woman's Leader, Beula Batt; Assistant Leader, Helen Simpson; and Secretary and treasurer., Rose 'Bolie. Circle meetings are held the second Tuesday each month. . Elder B.. W. Richardson pf'Hum- x boldt has been pastor,in char^. for the .R.LID.S. Church at Surl the past four years,"but has been assigned to other work and Priest Weldon Bolie has been assigned to this district. . - Rust Bingars Appear The Rust College 'Singers frdm the deep south prftsehted an evening of sortg 6t the Methodist church Thursday evening. M,ahy were at the 1 church to.hear the .concert and cake with cOffee-'Was served In the Friendship Hall at the close. t •••,-' ' Visit Ai Motpliai J Mrs Clifford Holding and Mrs Wilford, Chaffee were accompanied to Mason City last Wednesday by Mrs W. B. Officer, Mrs Leonard Daniels and.Mrs A, E. Volentine. .The two latter called on Mrs GeOrge Crawford and all went t6 Mercy hospital to see Mrs F. C. Soderberg. Jolly Ten Club Members of the Jolly Ten Club Went to the home of Mrs R. L. Moore Wednesday afternoon to observe her birthday which \vas on Friday. ' After visiting tne hostess served lunch. She was presented with a gift. All members were present but Frances Sarchet. Mdspiial Patient Mrs F.' C. Soderberg who is a 'patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City following emergency surgery is improving, but will be there some time yot and. will be pleased ,to hear from friends. Mrs H. A. Bleieh has been on the sick 1M the past week. Ann Marie Lavtferifc, infant daughter of Mr and ' Mrs Richard Lavreftz* was baptized Sunday at St John's Lutheran church. Sponsors wete Mr and Mrs Olaf Brect- esen of Lake Mills. Mr Bredeaeij is a brother of Mrs L' avrenz. Mr and Mrs Le\Vis Broesder and family of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Vfm. Broesder and family of Algona were afternoon 'callers at the Rudy Saiatof f ' home Sunday. . ' ' , • Mrs Fred' Ryther' of Algo'flfi spent Sunday with her sister Mrs, Isenberger. Isenberger hat been ill at her home with a sore throat, for the past three weeks Mrs Rud Saatoff accompanied Mr and Mra George Tjaden to the Lewis Dogrtch home near Whit-' temore where they were dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred-Mabeger attended a shower for Mrs Duane Habeger at the Oepew church Friday evening. The* October meeting of the Lion's Club was held Monday evening the 18. Dinner was served by the Legiqn Auxiliary and workers at this meeting were Grace Trenary, Ella Dorothy Becker and Smith. Sigsbee, Frances If you order now *you <?an get a ?_o Speedy corn crib for only 52391°! oYtu^ed. and it has 1263 bushel capacity • S-gauge wire mesh ... ns thick > as a Quarter-inch bolt... galvan- • 'bid,'nan-sag, non-bending wire mosh, permanently fastened to strong steel frames. • Ribbed'roof for extra strength. It's anchored' 3 times ... can't blow off, • 'Permanently attached ladder! ' plus many other Speedy WORTH-MORE Features- -„. •. Coyis In ... let us ploy for you the entertaining, dromotic-record "COL. -.STONEWAU PLANTS CORN" Bradley Bros. Phone'714 ..' ' ' , . Mr and Mrs Walter Ruger and small son of Lu Verne. vtei ted the Albert Volentines a '-day recenl- tueidoy, October 19, 1954 Algeria (la.) Upper Pit ly. c Mrs Ruger is the former Nelda Volentine. The Cub Scouts were; out on a paper drive Saturday. This will be the last pick up until spring. David Sarchet, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls spent the weekend with, his parents the Robert Sarch'ets. Elaine LeBrun, Esther Hasse and Aria Moore accompanied him here for the time with their parents. Duane Habeser showed 'his colored slides of Europe at the P.T.A. meeting in Swea City Monday evening. The Birthday Circle did not meet October 14 due to illness, but the October 28 meeting place will be announced soon. Mr and Mrs G. J. F. Vogel are visiting the Robert Melvilles in Flossmoor, Illinois. Mr and Mrs Wm, E. Ernst returned to theiv home in Northbrook, Illinois by plane Sunday after an eleven weeks vacation spent in Germany. They visited Mr Ernst's mother and other relatives in and near Hagen; Germany', and visited many points of interest around thrre. They also were in Italy, Switzerland, and spent sometime in Holland as well as going on a bo,at trip on the Rhein. Mrs Ernst is the former Margaret Rash. A large group of neighbors gathered at the Duane Habeget liome Tuesday evening for> an old fashioned charivari and house warming. After a lot of noise the evening was spent viewing solor* ed slides and visiting. A lovely gift was presented to the* honored couple. A second party of this nature was given on /Thursday evening last week for these same 'people with relatives and. friends attending from uancrott, Burt, Algona, Lakota and Oilman, Illinois. Ex-Teacher Dies Mrs H. O. Bucll of Bun has received word of the death of her nephew's wife, Mrs Marian Lacy of Molyoke, Mass., on Saturday, Oct. 18. Mrs Lacy was the former Ruth Reed, who taught in the AlgOna schools in recent years. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Holyoke, and burial will bo made in Algona's .Rivervicvv Cemetery Thursday, following 2:00 p.m. services at the McCullough Funeral Chapel here. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends THEY'RE SELLING LIKE HOT CAKES! HURRY IN FOR YOURS NOW! 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