The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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May 1, I9M gUgonaUpper BeS Baade-Bierstedt Nuptials Held April 15 At Titonka Alvina Baade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Baade, Titonka, and Max Bierstedt, son of Mr and Mrs A. E. Bierstedt, Lakota, repeated nuptial vows at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15. • The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. B. H. Schwerin in the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Mrs Paul Krominga, friend of the bride, served as matron of honor, and Eldon Goecke, of Elmore, friend of the groom, served us best man. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of white brocaded satin. Her shoulder length veil fell from a headband of matching satin. The matron of honor wore an identical gown of pale blue brocaded satin with match- ing headband. Both gowns were made by the mother of the bride. Nuptial music was pLiyed by Doris Hipp, Gwendolyn Bierstedt sister of the groom, sang the ''Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Paula Buckles of Lakota. The bride carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations and yellow jonquils, on a pearl bound Bible a gift of the groom. Her only jewelry were pearl drop earrings, also a gift of the groom. The matron of honor carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations, Gerold Bierstedt, brother of the groom, and Walter Baade, brother of the bride, served as ushers. A reception for 116 guests was served in the church parlors im- mediately foDowing the ceremony. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Ray Baade and Mrs Alfred Baade. Mrs Donald Baker and Mrs Walter Ba;»de poured and Mrs Stanley Tryon served the ice cream. Jo Ann Baade, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Gifts were opened by Barbara Dittmer, Burt and iviar'ys Jentz of Fentort. The newlyweds left immediately after the reception for a short trip. The bride's going away suit was a gray tweed with navy blue accessories. LEDYARD NEWS Shower Honors On Tuesday evening a miscellaneous shower was held in the E. and R. Church basement honoring Patty Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester Johnson, who will be married to Byron Hoffman of Olin on May 19. Her classmates the senior girls were in charge of the program with LaVonne Green in charge. All of the numbers were introduced with bits of verse about the bride to be. Duel—"School Days" by Karen Schroeder on the clarinet and Marilyn Kramersmeier on the Saxaphone. Duet—"Somebody Loves You" by Delores Doocy and Rita Haag accompanied by De Etta Kramer- smeier. Reading — "The Telephone", Barbara Cassern. Song by the Senior Girls — "Those Wedding Bells are breaking up that Old Gang of Mine." Reading' — "Advice to the Bride", Rosalyn Bashara. Reading—Happy Marriage by Wilma Burt. Presenting of the gifts to Patty by Judy Roseboro. Guests wrote bits of advice Young Married Folks Party At Plum Creek Potlland—The young marrietl farmer group met at the 'Plum Creek Community Hall Wednesday evening, April 25. The pro;gram was "Home Talent." A good variety of music and songs and skits, and a reading by Mrt Joe Skow was very much enjoyed by those present. Those oil the committee were Glenn Gab- rielsons, Joe Skows, Oliver Carlsons. Lester Edens and Victor Fitches. The Four Corner Social CluB of Portland was to meet Tuesday afternoon, May 1, at the home of Mis Earl.Zwiefel with Mrs W. J. Stewart assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Lester Mitchell and son Norman of Chicago are visit," ing friends and relatives here.-Ml Mitchell is a brother of .Mrs Edmund Larsen. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family called at the Victor Fitcji home, Thursday evening. Theil 1 infant son has been named I)uane LeRoy. Mrs Edmund Larsen was one of the Junior mothers, that helped with the Junior-Senior bbn- quet, Wednesday night. Her daughter Beverly is a Junior this year. After supper, the Licfn's Club put on the entertainment at Burt. > \ Korene and Judy Fitch took part in the home talent 'show put on by the Young Married Farmer's group, at the Plum Creek Community hall, Wednesday evening. Mrs George Sengbush and Darwin of Jackson, Minn, spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl. STARTS TOMORROW Penney's SHOW OF FASHION NNEY Once-A-Year rican fashion center? IVA Poll!* junior, porftct miu or pretty matron . . , Penney't Summer Press Carnival is for YOU! Sea the most important fabrics in the Summer fashion picture, chosen with an eye for the least care, the most loveliness. Shop early, •hop often during this fashion spectacular where top fashion doesn't cost a fortune! 8?°-125 Ledyard P.LA. Elects New Officers; Set Picnic Date Mrs Smith To Head Group Coming Year Algona Man At State Meeting Three Northern Iowa employment service men meet George Ellison (second from right) international vice-president of the International Association of Personnel in Employment Security at the second annual institute for the Iowa Chapter of the Association at the State University of Iowa. / With Mr Ellison, who lives in Bay City, Mich., the lowans are (from left) Claude Butler, Dubuque, chairman of the institute; Dennis Crose, Webster 'City, and R. E. Strickler, Algona. Mrs Hugh Williams, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs Tony Jandl and Mrs • Martin Griese, called on Mrs Earl Miller of Algomi, Thursday afternoon. Licenses To Wed Two licenses to wed were issued during the past week, at the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court. They went to Wm. Thomas Glawe, and Marie Ellen Behnkendorf, both of Bancroft, April 13, and to Frank Decena and Beverly Robison, both Chicago, April 14. IFTTS NEJW.S — WE WANT IT Start Conversion To Dials, S-City Swea City — Work on the dial telephone system had started here and rural lines are rebuilt with new poles an$ wire. W. R. Classen, manager of the Central Iowa Telephone Co., says 14,000 poles will be set, and 35,000 pounds of wire will' be strung, There also will be some rebuilding in Swea City where it is considered necessary. / Classen thinks it will be a three months job, and hopes they may,be able to install dial phones here by late in August. Workmen are from the Midwest Utility Construction Co. of Prior Lake, Minn. A building to house' the dial equipment has been built back of the Farmers Tavern. Takes Test Walk Heinie Fisher, who re-entered St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn., April 16th, walked on his feet for the first time since his accident Dec. 18, 1955. Both Fisher's legs were broken in the accident. The report today sounded good and he will be excercising his legs more. He will be at Rochester for at least two'more weeks. ENHANCE THE BEAUTY LADIES' NYLON DACRON SUPS Siie* 3? - 44 . 3.98 YOUR SUMMER DRESSES MISSES' NYLON-MESH CAN-CAN SUPS Size* 5 - M - I 3.! GOME i TO THE Old-Fashioned Social Wed, May 2 Legion Ballroom-Bancroft 8:00 P.M. SPONSORED BY Kosuth Count/ Democratic Organization I 'BRING A BOX LUNCH FOR THE "BASKET AUCTION" Bachelors! Have A Restaurant Make Up Your Box lunch. CO8»SC8SCbC«»XO»»3SaO£» Q R.M. (spike) Evans Ledyard—On Monday evening of last week the P.T.A. inet for tneir April meeting. Mrs Harold Inglet was in charge of the program which was put on by the boys and girls of the kindergarten and the first grade. The kindergarten put on a little play- let "Ask Mr. Bear". They did several folk dances, the Danish Dance, the Shoemakers Dance, and the Hoky Poky Dance and they also sang several songs. The first grade under the direction of their teacher > Miss Annette Becker gave .several poems and sang several songs. During the business meeting it was decided to have a school and community picnic on Thursday, May 17th, in the evening. The annual election of officers was held with the following being elected: President, Mrs Vernon Smith; vice president, Kenneth Busch; secretary, Mrs Orville Brandt; treasurer, Paul Nitz. Nuptials April 23 Louise Jorgenson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Jorgenson and Pvt. Allan Loucks, son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Loucks, were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at the Lake Mills Parsonage, with Rev. Elles Ulland officiating on April 23, at 8 p.m. They were attended by friends of the couple: Judy Roseboro as bridesmaid, and Delmar Kramer- smeier as best man. The bride <wore a navy blue box suit with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a pink box suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations: After the simple but pretty ceremony the couple w/ent on a' short honeymoon trip, after which Pvt. Allan Loucks will return to his base in Fort Cewfs, Washington, and on May 15th he will move to Liaddeh Jur-Force Base in Alaska where he will be statiorted for the next year and a half. Weds In California Relatives here received announcements of the marriage of Shirley Mayne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mayne of Long Beach, Calif, on March 31 at 11 o'clock to Jan Kirkpatrick of Long Beach. The ceremony was performed in the East Long Beach Methodist church by the Rev. Baldwin. They were attended by the bride's twin sister Sharon and by Joseph Fio Rico. A reception was held for the' immediate families, ,at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mayne, former Ledyard residents. The bride was born in Ledyard and went to school here until the family moved to Long Beach, where she linished school and was graduated from the Long Beach high school. Since graduation she has been employed in a bank there. Golden Wedding On Sunday, April 22, Mr and Mrs Wiilam LaCour of Allendale, Minn., former Ledyard residents observed their golden wedding anniversary. Most of their brothers and sisters were there for a family dinner, also some of the nieces and nephews. In the afternoon about 130 relatives and friends called. Among the relatives who attended were these who are well known in Ledyard, having lived here, Malinda, their daughter and her family, the Harold Hendricksons of Des Moines, Laura, Mrs A. J. Cronk of Boise, Idaho, Mr and Mrs Elgar LaCour and daughter of Peoria, 111., and Dorothy, now Mrs Robert Lemon and her husband and son of Des Moines, and the Fred Junkermeier family of Burt. CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATOR Will Be Main Speaker All County Democratic Candidate* To Be Introduced Leave After Visit Mrs Arden Anderson and son Steven left on Wednesday for their home in Cook, lfl.'mn. They with Mrs Inez Kelly of here had just returned last week from a month's trip to California. Lead School Seniors The Valedictorian of the Ledyard Senior Class of 1956 has been announced as Marilyn Kramersmeier, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier. Salutatorian honors go to Carol Winter, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ruymond Winter. fcev. Victor Vriesen, pastor of the Evangelical and Reformed church, was taken ill with a heart attack on Thursday and was taken to the Buffalo Center Hospital. The boys and girls glee clubs, mixed chorus ana the Band will present a concert Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. under the direction of Mr Dale Canfield. The public is cordially invited. WANT ADS BHIKG RESULTS

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