The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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16-Algona, (Id.) Upper DM Moinei thurtdoy, June 16, 1966 ""~ ~ '"' '^ " ~ '^ " ' "•""••' " " " "" •"••-"•• I III ' I • •» - !•!.- •!.! ,i^| Miss Linnan, Algona, Is Bride Here June 11 Bernadine Catherine Linnan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luke E. Linnan of Algona, and Gregory Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Elbert, Sr. Emmetsburg, were united in marriage June 11 at a nuptial mass in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated. Organist was Mary Robert Heddinger, Emmetsburg. Heddinger, Emmetsburg. The bride's attendant was her cousin, Jo Ann Pitsch, Marysville, Kans. The groom's attendant was James Munson, Emmetsburg. Ushers were Brian Linnan, brother of the bride, and Leo Mahn. The bride's dress was of white peau-de-soie, styled with a modified empire line. The simplicity of the dress was enhanced with appique of Alencon lace. The detachable train fell cathedral length. Her short illusion veil was held in place by a small tlarra of pearls and lace. A reception and luncheon at the Algona Country Club followed. Marie Thill and Mrs. Gary J. Sapoff registered the guests. Elaine Bruch and Nancy Elbert had charge of the gifts. The cake was cut by Mrs. Brian Linnan, and Judy Bickert and Mrs, Jerry Walling poured. Punch was dipped by Mrs. Sheila King, Mrs. Sylvester Pitsch and Margaret Reardon. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, and attended Duchesne College, Omaha. The groom is a graduate of Graettinger High School. After the reception, the couple left for Fayetteville, No. Car. where the groom is stationed at Ft. Bragg as a member of the How to get ready for a happy retirement. I. Avoid over-eating. 2. Keep in good shape. 3. Cultivate 1 a hobby. 4. Save all you can now. Saving can mean the difference between "really living" or "existing" after retirement. Plan ahead. Open a savings account with us, and add to it regularly. Excellent earnings. EFFECTIVE JULY 1st, 1966 Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th—Earn from the 1st SINCE 1917 —ALGONA, IOWA iNStmo I 82nd Airborne Division of the U. S. Army. (Poundstone Studio Fhoto) PERSONALS BY RUTH SHffiRK AIRMAN 3RD Class K. Thomas Specht, stationed at Keesler Air Base at Biloxi, Miss., recently spent a 10-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Specht, Mr. and Mrs. Specht entertained members of the family and fronds following graduation ceremonies of their son, Phillip. MRS. RICHARD MAWDSLEY, upon advice of her doctor, has resigned as organist of the Presbyterian church. ATTENDING THE North Iowa Conference of the Methodist church In Mason City are the Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughenour, Wes Bartlett, Perry Collins, Glen Tschetter and Phil Taylor. The conference is being held June 12-16. Newly-elected members of the official board of the Methodist church include Lawrence Hutzell, chairman; Milton Norton, vice chairman; Mrs. Leo Steven, secretary. BAPTIZED AT THE Methodist church were Sherl Renee Farrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow, and Joseph Robert Cunningham, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham of Burt. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele and 'Sally left Thursday for Chicago where they will attend the wedding of their daughter, Mariana. DELTHEA SHIERK arrived Monday to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, before returning to Bethany, Mo. where she will be married Saturday. BRUCE SUNDET, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet and a student at Luther College In Decorah, started work yesterday for Everds Bros, and will spend the summer with his parents. THOMAS DOOLEY, S. J., and a friend from Milwaukee who is also with the Jesuits, stopped overnight with his aunt, Mrs. Dan Engesser. They were on their way to attend St. Regis College In Denver, Colo. They have been teaching this past year In St. Francis Mission. Mr. Dooley is a son of Bill Dooley of West Bend, Wise., formerly from Algona. MRS. DAN ENGESSER attended the State Democratic Convention in Des Moines as a delegate. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Hutchison and Steve and Jennilee will return Saturday from Phoenix, Ariz, where they spent their vacation. There they observed the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Arnold of Lamar. The other Hutchison children also attended. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Hutchison and Clint, Marshalltown, Don from Fairbanks, Alaska. He will return to Algona with the family and spend the balance of a 30-day leave here. In honor of the event, Ernie composed a poem, which he presented In a gold frame. A gift to the honorees was a golden "Money Tree." MR. AND MRS. Richard Dutcher and David, Madison, Wise., enroute to Los Angeles, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer. MR. AND MRS. William Specht and Debra and Mrs. Anna Weir recently Joined Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hoorneman of Moline, HI. at Humboldt for dinner. Mrs. Hooreneman is the former Emma Specht. JOHN CLARK, son of Mr, and Mrs. Homer Clark and stationed in Viet Nam, recently called his parents, He related that he had recently seen Capt. and Mrs. Ted Stang. Mrs. Stang is the former Mimi Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brail Wright. John is a PO 3rd Class in the Navy aboard the USS Porterfield. KITTY HARDGROVE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove, has been accepted by Buena Vista College at Storm Lake where she will be a music major. A 1966 Algona High School graduate, she was the recipient of the Bel Canto music award at graduation. JULIE HUNGATE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate, left Saturday evening by train from Perry for a vacation In California. She will visit an aunt, Mrs. Wlllard Salisbury at Long Beach, where she will spend the entire summer. She will return to Algona, August 22. Julie will be a sophomore at Algona High School. MRS. THEODORE Hutchison and her grandchildren, Stephen and Molly, are spending a few days at Crandall's Lodge at Spirit Lake where they are fishing. The children are son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll. Mrs. Carroll is the former Sue Hutchison. This is the first such excursion for the children, whose home is in California. KATHY BAY was honoree at at a 12:30 luncheon and linen shower at the Algona Country Club Tuesday. Hostesses included Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, Mrs. Harold Erickson, Mrs. Vernon Jensen, Mrs. Harold Sundet and Mrs. Dean Parrott. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kuehl of Millard, Nebr., who were here to attend the graduation of Sally Bay. MRS. K. S. COWAN and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hall, drove to Cherokee recently, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, ST. Mrs. Hall, the former Pat Cowan, is here from Wheatridge, Colo, visiting relatives and friends for the past week. SPECIAL VACATION TIME IS COMING BRING YOUR CAR TO KOSSUTH MOTORS FOR COMPUTE 1 STOP CHEVROLET SERVICE *Front End Alignment *Adjust or Replace Brakes *New Plugs & Points *Body & Fender Repairs "•Complete Lubrication Service ""Motor & Transmission Repair Service FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL ....... DONALD SHERMAN, SERVICE MANAGER 295-3554 Kossuth Motor Co. SOUTHWEST OF THE COURTHOUSE SQUARE ALGONA, IOWA Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings &nd Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. CHRISCHILLES' SEVENTH ANNUAL 10 DISCOUNT ON EVERY JUNE 17-18 NO SfECIAL ORDERS, PLEASE I Nothing Held Back! All Quality Goods from Our Regular Stock The more you buy — the more you save, Our sixth annual 10% Off Sale last year was such a success that we are again repeating it for the benefit of our customers. Everything in the store is included. Sale merchandise too! Make 90«f do the job of one dollar - just like the good old days. Save this two-day event ... but remember, it's Friday and Saturday Only. Bring a carload to Algona these two days ! No Strings .. . No Restrictions ... Wo Layaways - but for TWO DAYS ONLY! The Chrischilles Store "WHERE QUALITY HAS BECOME A TRADITION"

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