The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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Jean Stevens Of Burl Is Wed April 16 HURT - The First Methodist church, New Carlisle, Indiana, was the setting of a 2 p. m. wedding on Saturday, April 16, when nuptial vows were ex* changed by Jean Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stevens, Burt, and John Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason, New Carlisle. Rev. Malcolm McArthur officiated at the double ring ceremony. Wilbur Eclenger was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full- length gown of satin and chiffon overlay accented by a scoop neckline, Chantilly lace Jacket, long, tapered sleeves. The bell skirt ended In a chapel-length train. Mrs. Bernadine Ophelm attended her sister as matron of honor. Mrs. Donald Steven and Elizabeth McLaren were bridesmaids. William Mason was best man > and David Waggoner and Randall Vanslayer were groomsmen. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall immediately following the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to the home of the bride's parents, Burt, the couple will be at home in New Carlisle where the groom is associated with his father In the printing business. Mrs. Mason graduated from Burt high school and attended Hamilton's School of Business, Mason City, and A, I, B., Des Molnes. The groom received his education in Indiana. - o Burt W. S. -C. S. will meet May-3. The date was changed because of the annual W. S. C. S. Conference meeting which will be held at Storm Lake on Wednesday and local officers and members will attend. Sunday was observed as a nationwide pulpit-exchange Sunday by churches of seven denominations throughout the nation. Pulpits in Burt were exchanged Large Crowd At GHS Dinner A portion of the large crowd In attendance at the annual Garrigan Booster Club Banquet here -last Wednesday night is shown In the above photo. Featured speaker Bernle Saggau was at the podium at right, telling some of his past experiences when the shutter snapped. Members of the attentive audience included other honored guests seated at the table In front of Mr. Saggau, Garrigan athletes, cheerleaders and parents. During the evening, letter winners for the preceding year were introduced by Coaches Beanie Cooper, Steve McCall and Duane Kramer. (Poundstone Studio Photo) by Rev. Bruce Calbreath, who preached at the Methodist church and Rev. Merlin Davies, who filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Davies also preached at the Algona Congregational church while Father Milo Dailey of St. Thomas Episcopal church, Algona, preached at the Good Hope Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and family, Westside, spent several days at the Wm.:Batt and Jerry Wiener homes. They came to attend final rites for Mrs. Batt, who was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Lewis. SUNDAY through TUESDAY - MAY 1-2-3 - _.JrlH i OF it All! HM,™ COLOR I }i\ COItMWW ' lf j ARLENE FRANCIS _ SECOND FEATURE - EmwME HE COMES WWm-SOMEONE'S GONNA DIE...! BUSK SfU mwwmmwm SHOW STARTS AT - 8:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hlnckley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hlnckley, Atlantic. All were Sunday coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Roscoe, Ann and John. The Roscoes are former Burt residents, where he was a member of the school faculty for six years, moving to Atlantic in the summer of 1955. Wallace is now high school principal at Atlantic. Earl Meier and Alvina Hasse spent the weekend at Iowa City where they visited Mrs. Meier and Ruth Hasse, both patients at the University hospital. Mrs { Meier underwent surgery Tues- \ day. Mrs. Myrtle Zwlefel spent Sunday with her daughter, Patsy, Emmetsburg,, . - (! ,' J 'Mrs. M, Gifford has been confined to her bed by illness the past two weeks. At this writing she is somewhat improved. Mrs. Albert Shannon, San Jose, Calif., Is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf. She will also visit her sister, Mrs. Brink Shipler, Swea City, and brothers, Roy and Don. Mrs. Jerald Skaggs and children, Wendy and Mark, Virginia Beach, Va., arrived at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich and will remain while her husband, Lt. Jerald Skaggs, is completing a 4-month tour of duty, Mrs. Skaggs Is the former LaVonne Bleich. Friday evening dinner and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson and family were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hansen, Roland, his brother, Norman Hansen and flnancee Jan Hettiger, LeRoy, Minn. Mrs. Oliver Graham will be hostess to members of the Fortnightly Club at her home April 29. The Burt library board will meet at 8 p. m. Monday evening, May 2, in the library. If any member is unable to attend they are asked to please notify the president or secretary. Homemakers Met With Eagle Twp. Woman SWEA - EAGLE - Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Virgil Tokheim April 12 with Mrs. Everett Thorson assisting. There was very good attendance, with members and guests shown a film on lung cancer, stressing the fact of the terrific amount of tar that is deposited in the lungs through smoking. Mrs. Don Behnkendorf and Mrs. R. I. Underkofler, educational chair- ' •men of 'the American Cancer Society for Kossuth County, were present to show the film. Joyce Hayden, County Health nurse, gave instructions on mouth-to-mouth breathing. She brought a plastic model for the ladies to practice with. Most of the ladies did try the new technique of life saving. Slides were shown on this also. - o- Tuesday supper guests at the Tom Preston home were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Barber, Brainerd, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Questad and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Trees, Armstrong. Mrs. John Tobin was a guest of her daughter, Marjorie, Sunday at Morningside College, Sioux City. Attending the County Federation meeting at Titonka were MadamesErvinLink, Frank Dontje, Selmer Uhr, Raymond Johnson, Elvin Swanson, Harley Work, Harold Jones and Pauline Newlin. Election of officers was held, with Mrs. Derwood Voight, Fenton, elected as vice president of the county. Mrs. Harold Jones visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Budlong at Titonka, last Thursday and called on the Virgil Barretts at Lakota. The Barretts were Grant township residents at one time when they taught at that school, with Mr. Barrett acting as superintendent. Coffee guests at the Maynard Gregersen home last week were Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs. Art Claussen, Mrs. Marlin Geerdes, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. Lavern Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker visited at the Virgil Jensen home evening. Her cousins, the Carl Corp- orons of Dumont, were guests .at the Walter Magnusen home. <*" Sisters of Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs; Palmer Cassem of New Rlchland and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Madsen of Charles City came Saturday, and with Mrs. Magnusen were at -the Fairmont hospital during the last illness of Mrs. Loren Cutler, mother of the women. Last week callers at the August Robison home were Mrs. Dorothy Schultz, Des Molnes, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roney, Irvlngton. The Harold Roalsons, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse and Mr. and Mrs. August Robison were guests at the Bob Schuler home, Titonka, Tuesday evening, for Mrs. Schueler's birthday. Mrs. Schueler is the daughter of the Harold Roalsons. Friday evening, the Clarence Lohses of Fairmont, Harold Roalsons, Clifford Beadles and August Roblsons were at the Tony Lohse home for the birthday of Mrs. Lohse. Heart Fund donations for Swea township amounted to $102 this year, according to Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Swea township chairman. Solicitors in that area were Mesdames Clinton Mart, Virgil Preston, Floyd Montgomery, Eugene Fitzgerald, Tom Preston, James Preston and Mervin Johnson and Glen Olson. Mrs. Virgil Jensen came home from Rochester, Minn, where she had been a patient at St. Mary's hospital. Visitors the past week at the Jensen home Included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berg, Emmons, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krumm, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl, Winnebago, Minn,, Mrs. Otto Pingle, Mrs. Emll Larson, Mrs. Francis Torino, Mrs. Bill Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Edith and Myrtle Mollnder, Mrs. Eldon Link and Mr. and Mrs. David Medema and family, Rock Rapids. Mrs. Medema is staying for a while to help care for her mother while she recuperates. Recent guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer, Gilmore City, were their children and families, including the Ronald Hammers, Kansas City, Rev. Duane Nelsons, Dodgeville, Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Bishop. On Eastern Trip Rita Patterson and Zelda Wetzel, LuVerne girls, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson, and Frances Shorey, left last Thursday for a chartered bus trip of eastern states, including Washington, D. C. The trip is sponsored by the Fort Dodge district Methodist Youth Fellowship. Thurtdoy, April 28, 1966 AI0onct (la.) Upper Be* Moln«-7 Gets Nurse Cap Janet Erpelding of Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Erpelding of Route 2, will be • among the freshman student nurses capped in a ceremony to be held Friday afternoon, April 29, at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Mason City, school of nursing. . . ,-, -,•- <> To do a great and important work, two things are necessary- a definite plan, and not quite enough time. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - "The Chase" - 7:00 - 9:46. SATURDAY - "The Chase" 1:30- 7:00-9:46. 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