The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1966
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Tu«tdoY, Jun« 21, (la.) U PP +f DM Motnet I/nc/o Afeyer, West Bend, Bride Of George Bargman Linda Lou Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Meyer, Jr., West Bend, and George W. Bargman, son of Mrs. Margaruite Bargman, West Bend, were married May 29 at 7 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore, with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride was ajttred in a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace, a slender princess silhouette with long, tapered sleeves extending Jo points at the wrists, with a petite collar flowing to a removable watteau chapel train of peau de sole. She also wore a forward head piece of organza leaves with pearUzed lily.of the valley inserts. Her veil was a bouffant ballerina of pure silk imported English illusion. She carried pink rose's. Maid of honor was Sheila Schmidt, bridesmaids were Connie Jo Hugo, Mrs. Richard Knudson and Mary Behnke, best man was Jerry Besch, Wm.E.Meyer, Robert Meyer and Richard Meyer were groomsmen, Kenneth Meyer, Don and Larry Langholz were ushers. Organist was Reuben Butzke and Donna Barber was soloist. A reception for 300 guests was held alter the ceremony in the church basement, withSharie Arndorfer in charge of the guest book, while Mrs. Gus Berninghaus and Mrs. Karl Johnson cut the cake, Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and Mrs. Vic Bargman poured, Ann and Carol Baas and Dorene Thilges were in charge of gifts and Sandra Hannover, Susan Behnke, Linda and Sandra Black and Susan and Terry Bargman served as waitresses. The new bride is a graduate of West Bend High School, La James Beauty School and has been a beauty operator at Armstrong. Mr. Bargman is a graduate of West Bend High School and is. presently in the U. S. Army at Ft. Knox, Ky. (Glenn's Studio Photo) PIG One of Mother Nature's oddities - a pig with four front legs - is still alive and kicking after two months on the Darrell Hodges farm near Magnolia. The pig now weighs 50 Ibs. MUSHROOM Owen Cook, 14-year old son of Mr, and Mrs, Howard Cook of M&juoketa, recently found a mushroom measuring seven inches by three and one-half inches. Ex-Resident Of Ledyard Rites, June 12 LEDYARD - Graveside services were held Sunday, June 12, at 2 p.m for Glenn Arner Reece, 46 of Polk City, Iowa, at the Hiland Home Cemetery in Ledyard with military services by the American Legion branch of Ledyard and civil ceremonies by Rev. Edward Maus of Swea City. Acting pall bearers were Wm. Omar Reece, Jack Reece, Earl Gorden (John) Jorgenson, Marvin Blome, Richard L. (Buster) Countryman, and Charles (Dick) Reese. Services were conducted Saturday morning at nine at Hamilton's Funeral Home in Des Moines, Father Hedges officiating. Prayers of absolution were said by Rev. Father Frederick Reece. Mr. Reece was born and raised near Ledyard. He was graduated from Ledyard High School in 1936. Glenn served in the European stage of World War 11. After the war he and his family spent 11/2 years near Ledyard before moving to Des Moines. In 1961 the family moved to Polk City where they still maintain their home. Glenn worked for the Armstrong Rubber Co. for ten years before his death. He belonged to the National Appaloosa Horse Club of Moscow, Idaho, and the Mid-West Appaloosa Horse Club. He was a member of St. Paul's DRIVE-IN ENDS TONIGHT CINTURY.FOX prtstntf DO NOT DISTURB Cote li| DELUXE -. . _ . ( . • t f ^ SECOND FEATURE Episcopal Chuch in Des Moines. Mr. Reece is survived by his wife M. Jane; sons Glenn Arthur, 22, and Bruce, 15; daughters Virginia 19, and Susan, 13. Also surviving are sisters Mrs. Laila Wilhelmi of Elmore, Mrs. Lumetta. Hinkle, Miss Mattie Reece, and Mrs. Gladys Pugsley all of Des Moines, and two brothers, ,Fred Reece of Des Moines and Ed Reece of Elmore. Glenn was preceded in death by his parents and brother Claude. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, June 26, at the V.F.W. hall from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Their children will be hosts. They are George, Frank and Harold Becker and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Burt, and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, LuVerne. A short program will be presented at 3 o' dock and all relatives and friends are invited. It's A Boy! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halverson became parents of a baby boy at St. Ann hospital here at 11:34 a. m. Friday. The new arrival weighed 7 Ibs., 3 1/2 oz., and has a small sister. Mr. Halverson is linotype operator at the Upper Des Moines. ALGONA DEBBIE REYNOLDS «* Uui SINGING NUN COLTS A 14-year old saddle mare, owned by Fuller Bartholomew of Keosauqua recently gave birth to twin colts. Both the newborn are male and one stands quite a bit taller than the other. ALGONA ENDS TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES ~ KURT UNGER m „. SOPHIA IPREN SECOND FEATURE m STARTS SUNDAY, JUNE 26

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