The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 36
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 36

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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4-A!geno (la.) Uppftr DM Moine« Thursday, July 21, 1955 Richard J. Becker Weds Alabama Girl On July 8 Irvinglon — Marilyn Bornholt. daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Bornholt of Siberia, Alabama, was given in marriage by her father to Richard J. Becker, son of Mr and Mrs Hcrmon Becker of Irvington, in St. Bartholomew's Catholic Church at Elberta, on July 8. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father Gabriel. The bride was attired in a white nylon tulle gown with lace inserts and a long train. The bodice was fashioned with pointed long lace sleeves and scalloped neck line with seeded pearls. The elbow veil fell from a seeded pearl tiare trimmed with lace- to match the gown. She carried a spray of white carnations as her bouquet. The bridegroom wore his white naval uniform. The maid of honor, Carolyn Rose Klein, cousin of the brid", wore a southern style deep pink organdy •dress with matching hat. She carried a bouquet of white daisies tied with pink ribbon. Bertha Klein, cousin of the bride, wore a green organdy dress styled same as Maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Jean and Joan Becker, twin sisters of the bridegroom. They wore identical fashioned dresses in lace and net with lace jackets in orchid and yellow, nnd wore matching sweetheart southern style hats. Gerald Cink was best man and wore his white naval uniform. Attendants were the at- Jerome Klein and Arnold Cink. Alcolytes were Edward Bornholt, Vincent Klein. Charles Burkhart, and Ely Krciling. Organist was Audrey Newman, and soloist wa.s Jeanne Sanders. A reception was held at home of the bride with 75 in tendance. Immediately following the reception the newlyweds left for New Orleans, La.' on their honeymoon. Dick is stationed at Naval Air Base at Foley, Alabama, and Marilyn is employed with General Electric Co. at Mobile, Ala. They will reside at Fairhopc, Ala Virus Infection Swea City—Mrs Roy Pehrson was taken to Holy Family hospital at Estherville last week, suffering from what was later diagnosed as a virus infection which had settled in her legs and feet. She is undergoing various tests and will be under treatment for some time. VANDALS Law officers at Laurens are looking for vandals. For till- second time within the past year, monuments in the cemetery were tipped over. ADVERTISING $.n me Algoni Upper Des Moines reacnes more families fn Kossuth county thac any other publication rssss*ws/"s//S'rsss/rss/ss/sss^^^ n n T i o n n 1 FARM JUIV24 FARM SAFETY TIP WEEK JULV 3D DON'T Attempt To Adjust Power Take-off With Engine Running SARGENT & CO. Manufacturers & Distributors of SARGENT FEEDS Des Moines Algona '^ty&^fflZZf&ffit 1 ^^ Lakofa Legion, Auxiliary Hold An Installation Lakota—Th.o Legion Auxiliary met Monday, July 11, nnd now cifficcrs installed were President, Lcona Hcctland: first vice president, Edith Schroeder (rec'lerted): second vice president, Marion Meuer; recording secretary, Idah Rippentrop; corresponding secrt- tary, Pearl Smith (reelected): treasurer, Marion Ennenberg; Chaplain. Elsie Kienitz: historian, Agnes Boeckman; Sergeant- At-Arnis. Iva Rippentrop and Tressie Thompson; members on advisory board, Mary Zuller. Ivah Rippentrop and Caroline Groff. Hostesses were Evelyn Krominga and Marion Ennenberg. New Legion officers installed Monday, July 11, included Commander. C. F. Ennenberg; Vice commanders. Albert Bosnia and Ronald Richardson, Adjutant. Joe. Rippentrop, Finance Oificcr. Edwin Steenhard: Chaplain. Ralph Boeckman; Sgt-Al-Arms, Gene Garretl; Service Officer, Peru Koppcn and Historian, Ronald HceUand. The lunch committee was Ted Trump, Emory Smith and Ronald Hcetland. Posl Nuptial Shower Mrs Donald Price was guest ol honor at a Post-Nuptial showc- Friday evening in the City Hall. Mrs Price was Barbara Hansel, of Blue Earth until her marriage to Donald in early July. Donald is me son of Mr and Mrs Richard Price. The ncwlywcds are at home on a farm near Buffalo Center where Donald is employed. Mrs Denr. Boekelman and daughter Henrietta, of Algona were Sunday visitors in' the Russell Winter home. Other guests of Mr and Mrs Winter for Sunday supper were Mr and Mrs Elmei Paulscn. Donna and Richard, Miss Sharon Ree of Thompson. Mr and Mrs Albert Boekelman and family and Mr and Mrs Harry Boekelman, all of Algona; Mr and Mrs Epko Winter, Buffalo Centei; Miss Sandra Coffin. Milwaukee; Mr and Mrs Elso Jansen and Mr and Mrs Jeneler Bosnia. The group enjoyed a picnic supper honoring the birthday of Larry Winter. Relatives received word of the death of Ronald Ruby of Riceville on Thursday. Mr Ruby, 26 years old, met his death in an automobile accident. He was a brother of Mrs Joe Bevschmun and nephew of Orville Ruby and was well known here. Local relatives who attendede services were Mr and Mrs Joe Borsch- man. Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby, Audrey, Robert and Arlene Ruby. Mrs Carlson and daughtci Lois, of Fort Dodge were guests of her brother Orville Ruby and family Sunday. The guests had previously attended the funeral of Donald Ruby. The Guy and Robert Beemer; were at Clear Lake Saturday ana Sunday, where a group of well- drillers had a picnic. LeRoy Koppen has been seriously ill with Strep—throat and, complications. Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley went to Okoboji Saturday tor a vacation. They have a cottage ih r -re for two weeks. Their daugnter, Mrs Ed Buckels and children ol Boone are also there. Ley and children Mamminga joined Monday. The Raymond Winter were Sunday afternoon visitors Ifi Estherville with the Ed and Lloyd McKean families while Barbara and Carol winter attended the wedding of Marilyn Butterfield, a former schoolmate of Barbara's. Miss Barbara Winter was a guest of Mrs Norman Edge in Hurnboldt Monday. Mrs Edge is a recent bride and she entertained all the girls who taught in the Cylinder school last year. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and sons of Cherokee were weekend visitors with their respective parents, the Lauren Thompsons ana W. C. Vodraska families. Rev. and Mrs Calvin Ukena and family of Lincoln, Neb., are visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Ukena. The Lakota Luckies 4-H girls enjoyed a cook-out at the home of their, leader, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht. Mrs Ward Daw-son of Excelsior. Minn, is visiting her mother, Mrs Ida Smith, and brother, Raymond ,->nd family of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., who are visiting here. Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford and Tommy of Yankton, S. D.. visited at the Jerry Hectlanri home Saturday until early Monday morning. Sunday a picnic dinner in their honor was held at the Heetland home. Other guests besides the family were Mrs Hattie Randall and Miss Hannah Heetland. Mr and Mrs Richard Price havj arrived from San Diego for Richard's furlough. After his return to duty he will be out for sea duty. Meanwhile Mrs Price wilJ stay here and at Buffalo Center with her parents, Mr and Mrs Kelly Rippentrop. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman look Mrs Hattie Randall to Minneapolis Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon attended fu- ncrnl services in the Salem Lutheran church for Rev. Sieverson, the pastor of her church in Glenburn, N. D. Rev. Sieverson was killed Saturday in an auto- train crash, while on vacation in Minnesota. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fifch Mrs W. D. and Hulen the group fa.nily Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • • • At Your Grocer's The Portland Social Club me: July 14 at the home of Mrs Earl Miller. Guests were Mrs Mattin Becker. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs Raymond Lovstad. Mrs Hugh Williams had charge of the program. Mrs Martin Becker won the prize in the guessing game. Mrs Ed Larsen brought a letter with her that she received from Mrs Mike Arend. Mr and Mrs Arend are in Stien fort. Luxenburg. visiting at her brother's. She wrote that they were having a wonderful tinii and the crops looked good. Eacn one at the club wrote a little in a letter to Mrs Arend. The next meeting will be August 11 at the. home of Mrs Franz Teeter. Wednesday dinner guests at tin Earl Miller home were Mr and Mrs Paul Miller and family and Mrs Miller's mother, Mrs Cox. Mrs Forbes Stilt?., David and Gregory of Livermore an:! Mi ano Mrs Larry Stilt?, and baby wen: Wednesday dinner guests :\t the Ray Fitch home. Larry is in the Air Corps and has been .stationed at Biloxi, Mississippi. Mr and Mrs Tom Jo.'ins left Thursday for their homo in Indiana, after visiting a wook a' Mrs Johns' parents'. Mr and Mrs Ray McXVhorter. Visitors at the Victor Fitch home Sunday, were Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Gso. Hix, John Hix and Mr and Mrs P. W. Hansen. Mrs Ray Fitch and her sister. Mrs George Johnson were Sunday dinner guests at the Forbe. 1 -. Still?, home at Livermore. In !ho afternoon they visited their runt. Mrs Charles Rancy and a couple if their cousins. Mr and Mrs L. R. Daniels '>! Hurt visited Thursday afternoon at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson entertained at a family dinnei for their son Arclen. who will leave Wednesday. July 20. for 'he Armed Forces. Guests of tlv ;!ay were Mr and Mrs Henry Nel <on, Mr and Mrs Verio Nelson md boys. Mr and Mrs Elwoixi Velson prid family. 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