The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1966
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Wed Recently Here companied by Madonna Heinenon the guitar and Marsha Heinken, piano. Mrs. Tillie Ristau, Grand Regent, gave the welcome message. Mrs. Beatrice Miller was toastmistress. Jean, Joyce and Joann Kunkel sang two selections and a mother and daughter tribute was given by Luella Murphy and her daughter, Kathleen, U-Go-l-Go The May U-Go-I-Go meeting was held May 4 at Debbie Missal's, with Charlotte Lemkee co-hostess. The Fledge of Allegiance was led by Jean Abbott. Intermediate and junior camp delegates were selected. Plans were made for the Mother's Tea to be held in May, The 4-H pledge was led by Debbie Missal. Illustrated talks were given by Phyllis Pentecost, DebraSewick, and Cynthia Winter. Demonstrations by Charlotte Lemkee and Jean Abbott. Guest was Mrs. Lemkee. April 30, the club took May baskets to residents of the county home. Algona, (la.) Upper DM Mo!n*s Tuesday, May 10, 1966 Shirley Ann Kissner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, Algona, became the bride of Dean LaVern Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson, Sisseton, So. Dak., April 30, at 11:30 a. m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Father Bruch performed the double ring ceremony. Ruth Cassel was organist and acolytes were Michael Goodman and Steve Ludwig. Debra Kohlhaas was maid of honor.and Joyce Van DeWalker was bridesmaid. Best man was Thomas Kissner and David Kohlhaas was groomsman. Ushers were Jerry Kissner and Dellea Anderson. The bride wore a chapel-length gown with brush train of sheer organza. The fitted bodice was fashioned with double-tierred Kaleuki sleeves and softly rounded neckline, trimmed with- Venice lace. The controlled full skirt was set with vertical panels of Venice lace in front and swept into a brush train. A pleated cummerbund encircled the waist- ALGONA TONIGHT & WEDNESDAY line and in back was caught with a fabric rose. She carried a bouquet of pink tea roses with one large rose in the center. Her jewelry was a double strand of pearls which was a gift to the bride's mother from Shirley's grandfather, W. W. Gillespie. A wedding dinner was held at the Moose hall for 100 guests at 1 o'clock. Nancy Eischen and Linda Tieman registered the guests, Pat Kohlhaas and Jean Eischen cut the cake, Helen Gerber poured punch and waitresses were Deanne Gerber, Beverly Kuecker, Jean Woods, Nancy, Linda and Janet Becker. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school. The groom, a graduate of Sisseton high school, served three years in the U. S. Army and is employed at Minneapolis where they will make their home. (Glenn's Studio Photo) M-D Banquet Over 200 mothers and the daughters attended the Mother- Daughter Banquet held May 3 -at the K. C. hall. Preceding the meal, which was served by the Knights of Columbus, were two vocal selections by the McGuire sisters, Janet, Pat, Kathy Betty and Sue, daughters of Mrs. Don McGuire. They were ac- ff ..l Burt • Pastor and Mrs. William Scheer and family left Saturday for their new home and charge at Wisconsin Dells, Wis. Pastor Scheer served St. John's Lutheran parish and the Swea City Lutheran church for the past four years. He was also a member of the Burt school Board. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller at Estherville. The men are brothers. Mrs. Betty Miller and family were Monday evening visitors at the Harold Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson LONG DISTANCE After 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00 or less, plus tax. Enjoy a family reunion by phone! Northwestern Bell STARLITE ENDS TONIGHT TUWMRS TKHMKQU* FOR RENT GARDEN TILLERS BY DAY OR HOUR ALSO • LAWN ROLLERS • LAWN SEEDERS % POWER LAWN SWEEPERS • FLOOR SANDERS COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona and family joined Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanson, Roland, la., at Le Roy, Minn. Saturday evening where all were guests of Norman Hanson and Jan Hettiger. ^ PRjNTTNG-fHAT PULLS and does Justice to your, business, falrljr priced. RETIREE L. F. Raddle, Rock Rapids, has just retired after serving the Rock Island railroad for the past 47 years. He was agent for the Rock Island in Rock Rapids the last 18 of those years. He rents his formats at..* THE HUB . . . and you'll know why wh«n you »ee our complete, modern telection of formoli and occei- toriei. Tailefully tailored, correct In the imalleit delaif — and comfortable! You'll lind our service convenient and economical, too. LEUTHdLD L ;WlJlIAMS ALGONA, IOWA Farm LOANS 5%% Interest • Long Term • Low Payments For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and family needs, come in and see us. ['repay mc'iit without penalty. L7VNDLWJK Contact Federal Land Bank Office at Algona (South of Penneys) preferably Mondays and Wednesdays, E. H. Hutchins, Manager Helen Haas J Suspended Ceiling and Nu-Wood* Panels AFTER: A BEAUTIFUL NEW CEILING You should have M«n thli calling before—with opan raftara, ugly pipes and ducts expoiad. It wasn't tha room you could be proud about. Remember—when thinking about remodeling ... think ceilings. A new calling can do ao much to improve tha appearance of a room. We have • variety of ceiling tiles and panels that can make tha transformation seem almost magical. Ceilings are simple to Install. And inexpensive. We'll supply all assistance needed for professional-looking result* (or remodel for you). Call for free estimate, today I 1-WOOD 8 ceiling products of enduring beauty MMAAAA Beautiful ceilings installed in Algona include Nu-Wood Fissured Mineral tile at Read's Furniture and Dunn's Sure-Save and Andora by Nu-Wood at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, local dentist, 112 N. Thorington. MMAfl MAAMf MAM SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL CEILINGS ON DISPLAY AT MILLER LUMBER COMPANY 109 So, Lantry Algona Phone 295-2536

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