The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 17
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(Hppcr Slgona Bionics IOWA, THUMDAY, JUNI 9, 1966 Third Section Donald Becker, St. Joe, Wed In Humboldt Church ST. JOE-St. Mary's Catholic church, Humboldt, was the setting for the marriage of Sandra Kay Weber and Donald E. Becker. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weber, Humboldt, and the bridegroom the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, St. Joe. Msgr. J. E. Tolan performed the double ring ceremony May 14 at 10;30 a. m. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Delmar Cram and accompanied soloist Kathy Collins. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a chapel length gown with brush train 'of sheer organza. Chantilly lace outlined the rounded neckline. Full length sleeves were fashioned with a fabric bow, Chantilly lace In a vertical pattern was set Into the controlled full skirt. Her crown was entirely of seed pearls and held a three tier red finger tip veil of Illusion net. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses. Her jewelry was a diamond pendant. Snarl Weber served as maid of honor and Sandy Peltz was bridesmaid. Bob Becker was bestman and Ed nig groomsman. Ushers were Ronald Julius and Ted Collins. Following the ceremony, dinner was served to 170 guests in the Legion hall in Humboldt followed by a reception in the afternoon, Mrs. Jerry Witham and Mrs. Dennis Grebner served punch, Mrs. Gerald Larsen was in charge of the guest 'book. Mrs. Henry Janssen and Mrs. Eugene Thul cut the three- tier wedding cake. The dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Julius and Mr, and Mrs. Alice Sorenson. Mrs. Lonnie Kirchoff, Mrs. Richard Zeman, Mrs, Don DeWinter and Judy Cuthbertson opened and arranged the gifts. The bride is a 1964 graduate of Humboldt high school and is employed at the First National Bank in Humboldt. The groom is employed with the Becker Construction Co. of St. Joe. For going away, the bride chose an aqua dress with white accessories. Her corsage was pink roses. The couple spent a two-week wedding trip to the West Coast, after which they will make their home in St. Joe. Nancy Fischer Mrs, Erick Seegebarth, Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. L. Walsh and Mrs. Dane Weber, » o- PRESENT PROGRAM The Presbyterian church Bible school closed Saturday with 50 children having attended, 37 had perfect attendance, The kindergarten class was taught by Verdabelle Prult and Jill Blanchard. Jo Ella Miller and Janet Hammerstrom substituted one day for them. The primary class was taught by Marjorle Person and Linda Knoll, the junior classes by Beulah Lee, Dorothy Kraft, Susan Blanchard and Mary Madison, the Intermediate class by Charlene Brace and Carol Jones. Rev. Bullock conducted the communicant's class. Music was conducted by Mrs. Milton Madison. The program was given at church Sunday morning with a pot-luck picnic dinner and swimming at the Swea City park afterwards for the congregation. - o - The John Ramus family, Garner, and Linda Ramus were Sunday guests at the Leo Ramus home. The Art Person family and the Ralph Hammerstrom family attended the wedding Sunday of Roger Hoppe at White Bear Lake, Minn. Roger Hoppe is the son of Ruth Hoppe and the late Ed Hoppe of Fairmont. Lester Bullock left Friday for summer work at Steamboat Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard and girls visited In Des Moines from Friday to Sunday with relatives. Mollie Blanchard remained in Des Moines where she will attend A. I. B., beginning her course Monday. Word has been received by friends that Rev. Lester Dackern, Elmhurst, m., and his brother, Rev. Russell Dackern, Wlnona, Minn., left Monday on a three week, tour, with the Holy Land included, Rev. A. F. Gerstmann and family have been enjoying a visit from his father, Mr. Karl Gerstmann of Puyallup, Wash. W. J. Anderson of St. Looit Park, Minn, and his sister, lira. Leland Schroeder, Titofikt, attended funeral «erdces for an uncle, Dan Johnson, Humboldt, Monday. 2 New Members For Wesley Library Board WESLEY - Members of the library board held a meeting at the Chas, Nygaard home Wednesday evening, June 1. There are two new board members: Maud Studer and Marie Licktelg. Opal Nygaard Is president, Hazel Studer, sec'y. and Clara Erdman, treasurer. Other members are May Blelch, Edna Mae Klein, Ethel Flom, Olive Erdman, Cor a Johnson, Myrtle Lease and Linda Flaherty. Several supplementary encyclopedia additions have been made to the shelves as well as several books from the late Rev, Percy Carlsson library and 12 children's books given by the John Young- wlrths. A book on cancer, "Climate is Hope" has been added to the shelves. Mrs. Smith, a librarian from Mason City met last Friday with the board members, In the library rooms. Mrs. Nygaard served lunch, The next meeting will be in October. Shower Honoree | TITONKA At Lone Rock Mary .Schrocdtf' LONE ROCK- A miscellaneous shower was given Friday night in the Presbyterian church parlors in honor of Nancy Fischer, who will be married Saturday to Bill Shelton. Scripture and prayer by Mrs. E. A. Lee was the beginning of the program with a song by Susan Blanchard, Ann Fortney, Mary Madison and Judy Kraft, accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Jones. A skit "The Men In My Little Girls Life," was presented by Lucille Seegebarth, Joan Hammerstrom, Jean Hammerstrom, Kathy Jensen, Janell Newbrough and Susan Neswold, Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Don Blanchard, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Evelyn Earing, Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Green Householder, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Rose Kraft, Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Mrs. Richard Krapp, Mrs. A, A, Krueger, Mrs. E, A. Lee, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Raymond New- wold, Mrs. L. Newbrough, Mrs, Dick O'Donnell, Kathleen O'Donnell, Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Ten members of the confirmation class who were presented examined and received Into membership in the Tltonka Methodist church May 29 were Linda Akkerman, Virginia Beed, Wendall Gray, Cindy Harms, Ted Hoover, Jr., Cheryl Jaren, Charles Larsen, Timothy Miller, Allen Peterson and Dennis Schutjer. Woman's club held their annual May breakfast May 26 at the home of Mrs. Bonno Schutter, with Lois Brandt, Laura Nicholson and Anna Andrews assisting hostesses. Following the business meeting and social hour, the meeting was turned over to the new officers for the 1966-67 club year, who are president, Mrs. C, Krantz; v.- presldent, Mrs. H. Kitzlnger: secretary, Mrs. R. L. Krantz; treasurer, Mrs. Wm, Schram, and executive board member, Mrs. A. C. Miller, Titonka high school has selected Charlotte Ann Seebech, senior and daughter of Charles Seebech, Wesley, as queen for the North Iowa Band Festival to be held at Mason City, Vacation Bible school is being held at Titonka Methodist, Good Hope Lutheran and Immanuel Lutheran churches. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL ON THE AIR LIVE & DIRECT JUNi 10 JUNE 18 JUNE 21 JUNE 24 JUNi 28 HAMPTON MARSHAUTOWN IOWA FAILS HUMBOLDT BURT 6i30 P.M. 4.-00 P.M. 6.30 P.M. 6-.30 P.M. 6i30 P.M. •RiA BH ^HP ^Ji^^Mi Special Reading Class Begins FENTON - The summer remedial reading program planned tor the Sentral Community school district will begin next Monday. Classes will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday In Fenton and on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in Lone Rock. Teachers will be Mrs. Opal Root in Fenton and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn in Lone Rock. - o - Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Sundes in honor of Linda's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clausen of Trl- mont, Minn,, Mrs. Jim Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sorenson of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sill and family, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Nielsen and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sunde and Lillian, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mitchell, all of Estherville, Mrs. Lester Theesfeld of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sunde and Scott of Estherville, Kathy Hansen, Ringsted, and Mrs. John Theesfeld. Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfeld of Fairmont. Friday evening guests of the Sundes were Mrs. Jim Petersen of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl and Bethene. SCHOLARSHIP Midshipman John S. Redd, Sidney, upon his graduation from the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., received a Fulbright scholarship and will pursue graduate study in mathematics for a year in Uruguay. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Redd of Sidney. SENECA fiiiiiiHiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiininiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiinitiiiii Blakjer Lutheran Women held their annual Birthday Party and Nursery Roll party at the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Bergum presided. Devotions were given by Mrs. Art Bergum, and readings by Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Cathy Bergum presented a piano selection after which Mrs. John Johannesen read a poem. Jill Jensen presented her Vacation Bible Class of beginners in songs. Mrs. Ray Bergum gave a reading and the program closed with a vocal solo by Audrey Bergum. The nursery roll children, are Janis Bergum, Starr Larsen, Brian and Scottie Looft, Laurie and Brian Llum, and Terry, Tammy and Lisa Wllberg. Other guests included Mrs. Harold Anderson and Ruth Ann of Ringsted and Carol Jensen. Hostesses Included Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mrs. Marlin Lium, Mrs Melvln Bratrud and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen. - 0" Memorial Day weekend guests of the Everett With am s Included their children and their families. - o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and daughters, also Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted attended graduation exercises at Iowa State College. A son of the Herbert Krauses and grandson of the A. J. Krauses and the Otis Englands, received his degree. Mr. and Mrs Herbert K, Krause have accepted teaching positions at Mason City this next school year. - o - Mr. and Mrs Curtis Olsen entertained at dinner at their home Wednesday, June 1, In honor of Mrs. Olsen's sister, Mrs. Clarence (Leach) Olsen of Desert Hot Springs, California, who is visiting relatives In this area. Senecans attending the "Open House" for Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore, Dolllver, on their 40th anniversary Included Mr. and St. Ann Tag Day June 17 '\ St. Ann hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual Tag Day here Friday, June 17. An all-day event, money raised during the drive Is used to purchase needed equipment for the hospital. A Polaroid camera was purchased for use at the hospital recently by the Auxiliary. It Is being used to snap photos of new babies with their mothers - and the photos are then presented to the mother, with film and bulbs necessary also purchased by the Auxiliary. First baby whose picture was taken was the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bomgaars, right, Is shown looking at the photo as Mrs. James Harris, Auxiliary president, looks on. The toby was born at the hospital June 3. Mrs. Cassle Klocko, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nielson, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mankato Graduate FENTON - Jerome Zwiefel, son of the Raymond Zwlefels, will be graduated from Mankato State College on Friday, June 10, with a Bachelor of Science degree. His major was In industrial arts and his minor in math. He has been doing his •practice teaching in Bloomington, Minn. He will be teaching industrial arts in the junior high and high school at West Bend next fall. "KoRiuth County'i Favorite Newspaper" Talc* a tip from area businessman: THE BIG VOICE 1600 K.C. Upper DCS iHoiHcs PublKhiiU| Co Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Algona, Iowa Now you can give your whole house the same dependable gas air conditioning that cools modern schools, hospitals, office buildings, apartments, etc, Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installations. And these are the reasons. A gas cooling unit has no moving parts, which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you're looking for in a central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your whole house with gas air conditioning. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too.) NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 293-24W COMPire IP ANP NATURAL GAS &RVICE 10 IAIT ITATI ALOONA

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