The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 29
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September 1,1955 Slgonn (Llpptr jtloiwsf September 1,1955 C> AS -TOONS KEN t LEO'S "Noi. .. YOU check the tire*, Leo I'll wash the windshield" We'll ehotk your tires, wash your windshield, and prove that your business is appreciated. K£H & UO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. Rites Aug. 27 At Whitfemore For Mrs Cullen Whill*mor* — Funeral services Were held Saturday morning. Aug. 27, for Mrs Catherine Cullen, 91, at 9:30 in St. Michael's Catholic church. Rev. Al Conlon, a nephew, Rev. William Veil and Rev. Gerald Zensen, officiated. Pallbearers were Frank Burke, Frank Foley, Robert Gengler, Lester Fuchsen, Harold McDonnell, and Frank Dogotch Jr. Interment was in St. Michael's cemetery beside the grave of her husband, who preceded herein death in 1934. # Mrs Catherine Cullen was 'the daughter of Michael and Mary Cordon. She was born Feb. 25, 1864, at Morris, 111., and came to Iowa when a girl of five. Her parents settled in the vicinity of Emmetsburg, "where she grew to womanhood. She was united in holy wedlock with Phillip Cullen on May 12, 1889. They first set- tled in Algona, and in 1902 they moved to Whittemore, where Mr Cullen and his brother, J. S. Cullen, operated a furniture store. As they never had any ohildren they took in their niece, Mrs John Waldron, when she was four years old, and she stayed with them until she married. She also cared for five of the Rooney children at her home for several years. She made her home in Whittemore for the past 53 years and for the past four years she lived with a niece, Mr and Mrs Jerry Zatloukal. She became ill about a week ago and on Thursday morning, Aug.25 she passed away from an heart ailment. She is survived by one sister, Mrs John Waldron, of Estherville and her niece Mrs John Waldron of Armstrong. She was a faithful member of St. Michael's parish, a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, and Rosary Society. LOSES EYE Four year old Dennis Jan.ima of LeMars lost an eye recently, when he stumbled and fell into some barbed wire. 41 YEARS At Paullina, merchant A. L. Lingston has sold his department store, after 41 years in business there. Vaughn Hoover And Bride Of August 16th Mr and Mrs Vaughn Hoover who were married Aug. 10 at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Buffalo Center, are shown in the above photo. Rev. Thomas Flood officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Hoover is the former Rose Mary Yogge, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge, Buffalo Center, and Vaughn is the son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover of Burt. Mrs Hoover graduated from' Buffalo Center high and has been employed in the telephone office in Algona. Mr Hoover attended Titonka high and served two years in the army. He is employed at the Pioneer Hybrid plant in Algona. The couple will live here after a two week wedding trip to California. Jon Nelson Heads LuVerne Bank Jon A. Nelson is the new president of the Farmers State Bank of Lu Verne, succeeding his father, the late J. A. Nelson in the position, to take effect Oct. 1. Mr Nelson had been at Osage for the past two years, where he was vice president and director of the Home Trust & Savings Bank. Prior to that he had been cashier in the LuVerne bank, working with his father. Marlene Bauer Of Wesley Weds Newton Man, Aug. 27 Wesley — Marlone Theresa Bauer, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer of V/esley, was married to William 'H. Clements, son of Mr and Mrs W. B. Clements. Aug. 1 " 27, in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9 o'clock. Rev. L. N. Klein performed the double ring ceremony. The bride %vas given in marriage by her father. The adul* choir sang the Mass with Sister Louis as pipeorgan accompanist. Lorraine Bleich sang several solos. The bride's wedding gown was a Cahill original of imported white silk taffeta detailed in Swiss Guipure. It had a portrait neckline outlined with hand- pleated tulle, a tight fitted bas- que and a very bouffant floor length skirt. Her French imported fingertip illusion veil fell from a -Chantilly lace shell, detailed in pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white orchids, tuberroses and white pom-poms. Madonna Froelick of Washington, D. C., a classmate of the bride, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Caroline Ck'tn- ents, a sister of the bridegroom, Newton and Margaret Ann Bathke of Green, Iowa, a sorority sister of. the bride. The bridegroom's attendants were Will Bauer, brother of the bride, Edwin Moffitt of Minneapolis, an undo of the bridegroom &nd Jerry Bowen of Clear Lake, fraternity brother of the bridegroom. Bill Bauer and Jerry Bowen served as ushers. The breakfast and wedding reception for the bridal couple and 105 guests was held at the All Veterans Social Center, Cle;ii Lake. The bride's table was decorated with yellow mums and a 4-tiered wedding cake. Virginia Bradley of Bancroft was in charge of the gifts. Mrs V. J. Dreycr of Lone Rock Wift in charge of the guest book. Lorraine Bleich sang at the reception. Mrs E. J. Wiltgen of Algona and Margaret Jean Weber of De? Moines poured. Dan Fox of Charles City played piuno solos. The bride is a graduate o£ Wesley high school, attended St. Catherine's College in St. Pam, one year, transferred to State University of Iowa at Iowa City. She will be a senior this fall and plans to finish college, majoring in Elementary Education. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. The bridegroom is a graduate of Newton High School and \M\f~ been attending the State University of Iowa and plans to Continue his studies in pre-dontistry. He is a member of Phi Kappa P.si Social Fraternity. Employed In Algona Carol Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer is employed in the- Bohannan Insurance office in Algona. 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