The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 22, 1966
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Morlene Ernst and Herbert Bormann wed in Humboldt Miss Marlene Sharon Ernst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Ernst of Humboldt, and Herbert C. Bormann son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann of Bode, were married Saturday, February; 19 at Stint Mary's Catholic Church In Humboldt. Msgr. J. E. Tolan officiated at the 10:30 a.m. nuptial mass and double ring ceremony. Servers were Louis Bormann of Bode and Steve Lappe of Wesley. Miss Sharon Reding of Bode played the organ. Tom and Francis Bormann, Bill McGuire, Ernest Gales and Ralph Kohl- haassang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a chapel length gown with detachable wateau train of peau de sole. The bateau neckline was trimmed with re-embroidered lace set with tiny seed pearls. Elbow length sleeves and fitted bodice topped a sheath skirt. The bridal crown was entirely of seed pearls. It held a three tlerred veil of illusion. The bride carried five butterly orchids with ivy. Mrs. Richard Torgersonof Humboldt, friend of the bride, was Matron of Honor. She wore a blue turquoise silk organza over taffeta gown shaped in a slender skirt, high-sashed in emerald green velvet ribbon. She carried a matching ribboned circlet muff with ivy. Mrs. Kent Sorensen of Goldfleld and Miss Mildred Bormann of Bode were personnal attendants. Dr. Joel Bormann of River Forest, m., served his brother as Best Man. Kenneth Bormann of Bode, brother of the groom and Richard Torgerson of Humboldt were ushers. The wedding dinner was held at Johnny's Steak Harbor, Humboldt, with Mr. and Mrs/Robert Pearson of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs. Bernard Strict of Bode as hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Kent Sorensen of Goldfield and Mrs. Joe Lappe of Wesley registered the guests. Miss Janet Cuthbertson of Humboldt served at the punch bowl and Mrs. Gary Block and Mrs. Leo Stahl of Humboldt were in charge of the gift table. Mrs. Richard Hockel of Hardy and Mrs. Sanford Knutson of Dakota City, aunts of the bride, cut the wedding cakt. • Waitresses were Miss Donna Ropte of DeKalb, HI.; Kay Knutson of Dakota City; Ronile FJet- land of Cedar Falls, Suzanne and Patricia FJetland of Fort ""•-e, Ruth and Karen " employed with the County Department <* Welfare. The groom graduated from St. Joe and served two years In the Army stationed at West Point MilitaryActfemy? New York. The couple went on a 2 week wedding trip to the west coast and, while in California, visited with the bride's brother dnd family in Alameda. The bride's parents were hosts to a dinner Thursday evening, March 10, for the groom's par' ents and sister, jJr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann and Mildred, at which time the bride and groom opened their wedding gifts* Also present were Mr. and Mrs! Kent Sorensen and Thomas of Gold, el &_ Mr - and Mrs . °1« FJetland of Dakota City, Mr. and Mr? Bernard Strlet of Bode, Mr. and LuVERNE IINIIHIIiyillUIIIIUIIIUIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllii Canasta 8 were Monday evening guests of Mrs, John 0, Cox. Guest players were Mrs, Arthur Dimler and Mrs, Ell Eager. Mrs. Ernest Meyer entertained her 500 club and guest players were Mrs, Amelia Hanseiman and Mrs. Carl Brown of St. Benedict. At play, high was won by Mrs. Eli Bager and low by Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Melvln Kubly was hostess to her canasta club. At play, Mrs. L, C. Wittmeier won high, and Mrs. Fay Harmon won low. Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday, March 2, Circle 1 met with Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Roll call was answered with verses from Luke. Devotions were led by Mrs. Minnie Henderson and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Lucinda stone. Mrs. Faye Lichty, chairman, presided. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Harold Wolf. Roll call was answered with verses from James. Devotions were given by Mrs. Alvin Weber and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Weber, vice chairman, presided in the absence of Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom, who is a surgical patient at the Ft. Dodge Mercy hospital. Circle 3 met in the church with hostesses Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch. Vicki McGuire To Brair Cliff Vicki Ann McGuire, a senior at Garrlgan high school, has been accepted for admission at Briar Cliff College, Sioux city. Miss McGuire, a senior class officer, is also past officer of the Pep club. During her high school years she participated in CSMC, band, chorus, the operetta, the school play, speech events, the Tall corn Festival and state music contests. A cheerleader at Garrigan, she was a member of 4-H for eight years. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. McGuire of West Bend,' Vicki is a member of St. Joseph parish. Bode. HOSPITAL . NEWS "''iiiyiiiiiieiiiiiiiiiiniiiiijijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- March 7 - Admitted; Lisa Studer, Bancroft, injury; Robert Kollasch, Algona, medical. March 8 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cink, Algona, girl, 5 Ibs., 12 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bernhard, Fenton, girl, 6 Ibs., 12oz.; dismissed: Lisa Studer, Bancroft. March 9 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cooper, Algona, girl, 9 Ibs., 8 oz.; admitted; Bradley Rockwell, Mrs. Patricia Spencer, Mrs. Patricia Berninghaus, Algona; Donald Patterson, Irvington; Julie Ann Knecht, West Bend. March 10 - Birth; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jergenson, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 10 oz.; admitted; Harry Bode, Algona, medical; Leo Ludwlg, Corwith, surgery; Jeffrey Kressin, Whittemore, medical, Stephen Murray, Bancroft, medicals. Nancy Hainzinger, Fenton, accident; Mrs. Donna Frink Whittemore, accident; dismissed: Mrs, Beatrice Stockwell, Algona. March 11 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wichtendahl, West Bend, boy, 7 Ibs., 13 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Cora Fleming, Whittemore, medical; Mrs, Grace White, Algona, medical; dismissed: Frances Hanson, Algona; Mrs, MarceUa Farrell, Whittemore; Stephen Murray, Bancroft, March 12 - Admitted: Andrew Gollner, Joan Schumacher, Algona, medical. March 13 - Dismissed: Mrs. Mark Bernhard and baby, Fenton; Mrs. Michael Cink and baby, Algona; Andrew Gollner, Algona; Jeffrey Kressin, Whittemore. March 14 - Adm'.tted; Kate Heimer, Algona, medical; dismissed ; Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl and baby, West Bend; Mrs. Bernard Cooper and baby, Mrs. Douglas Jergenson and baby, Algona. Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Mofnes Tuesday, Ma.rth 22, 1966 It's easier for a man to swallow his pride than to digest it. Summer Camp - where children go for their parents' vacation. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the St. Benedict Hall on Feb. 26, called to order by vice president, Sharon Hlx. New business included planning for the 4-H exhibit, A new member is Barbara Meyer. Academic Honor Glenn Buchanan of Algona, at the University of Iowa, is among the 60 students named recently to the Interfrnternity Council President's Honor Roll for the first semester of the 1965-66 academic year. He is a member of Sigma pi social fraternity at the U of I. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Molnes Up to 30% More^Acres per hour with 3-BAR MOUNTED CUL1 . .. WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER! Gtencoe patented spring action shanks, mount* ed separately, work independently. Cultivator overrides immovable obstructions. Open con* Mruction gives freedom from plugging. 3-baf .heavy wall tubular beam frame rates "most F rugged." Extendable in 7 widths, from ^ IOW to 18'. Optional gauge wheels control depth, aid transportation. Made for all modern tractors - with Category II 3-point hitches. 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