The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1966
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Betty Holt Is Bride Of Edward Gorman June 78 Betty Jane Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..Floyd Holt, Algona, and Edward L. Carman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carman of Burt, were united in marriage, June 18 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Performing the double ring ceremony was Msgr. P. P. Gearen. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Luann Sue Holt, sister of the bride. Bride- maids were Sue Harmon and June Carman. Best man was Kenneth Carman, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Dr. James Carman, and Richard Carman, both brothers of the groom. Ushers were Alan Holt, brother of the bride, and Russell Knudsen. Acolytes were Steven Kajewski and Paul Carman. Organist was Mrs. Vaughn Rising. The bride's floor-length gown was fashioned of sheer organza with long CbanttUy lace lilypoint sleeves and a jeweled Sabrina neckline. The bouffant lace- edged cut-away overskirt revealed a scalloped lace skirt. The lace-tiered Watteau chapel- length train was detachable. The elbow-length veil was held by a foreword headpiece of lace petals pearls and aurora borealis. A reception of 200 was held at the Algona Country Club immediately following the ceremony. In charge of the guest book was Rachel Holt. June Erpelding and Theresa Carman served punch. Pouring coffee were Mrs. James Merryman and Martha Holt Marilyn Carman and Sharon Smith cut the cake. Host and Hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson. Waitresses were Claudia Sherman, Kathy Skow, Judy Erpelding and Theresa Carman. Curia Zuehlke and Karen Hahr were in charge of opening the gifts. Out - of - town guests included Dr. James Carman and family of Milwaukee, Richard Carman and family of Nevada, Iowa; Mr. Holt's brother and family, Mr, and Mrs, Leet Holt and daughter Barbara of Spencer, his sister-in-law' Mrs. Merle Holt and daughters Martha and Rachel of Humboldt, bis sister, Mrs, Paul Espinosa of Mason City, Ms sister Mararet of Qt- tosen, Mr. and Mrs, Loren Daniels of Ottosea, After a wedding trip to Wis- cousin Dells, the couple will be at home after July 1 at Iowa City, where the bride will be a junior in nursing at Iowa University and the groom will be a sophomore in medicine. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school, and the groom agra- duate of Garrigan high school. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Family Picnic By Burt O.E.S. Set July 10 BURT - Members of Kossuth Chapter, O.E.S., Burt, have completed plans for the annual family picnic to be held at Crystal Lake on Sunday, July 10. An invitation is also being extended to all Masons and their families to attend and enjoy the day with the Eastern Star families. Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom acted as Worthy Matron in the absence of Mrs. Karen Davies, who with her husband. Rev. Merlin Davies, are attending the annual Methodist Conference at Mason City this week. Hostesses for the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson. - o Members of the U and I circle, Burt, answered roll with a current event on a TV personality at the home of Mrs. Pat Bradley last week. During a brief business meeting conducted plans were made to hold a pleasure tour at Fairmont on Tuesday, July 12. Mrs. Delmar Angus is in charge of making all arrangements. Mrs. Jerry Pringle and children, Council Bluffs, have been at the home of her mother, Mrs. Kate Groen and with her brothers anfj sisters. Mr, and Mrs, Stanley Black were Father's Day guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Gene Pedersens, Humboldt, Mrs, W, W, Jolley, Fenton, presented her dance pupils in a recital at the Fenton school. Brejxia Jean Juirjens and Lori Ann Manus were among the pupils presented. Guests at the home of Brenda's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ron Jut gens, following the recital were Mr. and Mrs. Art Coady, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Coady, Becky, Mark and Steven, all of Cylinder; Mrs. C. A. Jurgens and Mrs. James Sabin, Ledyard; and Mrs, LeRoy Davis. Lori's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus, also entertained guests in her honor. They were* her grandparents Mr, and Mrs. George Manus and Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Ludwig; and Mrs. Jake Gifford, Mrs. Beulah Dundas, Mrs. Darrell Ludwig and Rhonda and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Miller and Gregg and Mayme Lavrenz. Mrs. Janice Schoeller entertained a group of ladies at her home for a morning coffee. 0. A. Campney has been a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital where he was taken on Saturday for medical care. The Walter Campneys and the Fred Davis* called on him during the week. Among Burt residents attending final rites for 12-year old Donald Enerson at Estherville were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis. Donald drowned when a boat he was in capsized while on a fishing outing. His mother was the former Irene Campney, a cousin of Mrs. Fred Davis and Mr. Campney. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Espe have moved into the Larry Holding house. Both Mr. and Mrs. Espe will be members of the Burt school faculty. Mr. Espe will be the new director of instrumental music and will be in charge of the summer band concerts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz enjoyed several days vacation fishing in Canada. They admit, however, it was cold and rainy all the while, so fishing was Algona, (In.) Upp«r DM Mdftttt Tuetdoy, Jun* 28, 1966 nothing to brag about. Mrs. Betty Miller, Diane and Donna spent a day with the Rich" ard Johnsons, Fontanelle. Diane remained with the Johnsons for a longer visit. Evening supper guests recently of the Harley Troutman, Jr. family were the parental Harley Troutmans, Sr., Algona, and their granddaughter Amy Troutman, Klemme. Kim and Laura accompanied their grandparents back to Algona to spend several days there with their cousin. Mrs. Viola McDonald left last week for the Boy Scout camp on Lake Okoboji, where she will be employed during the summer months. Wes Bartlett To Kiwanis Convention Wes Bartlett of Algona, Trustee of Kiwanis International will play a vital role in the direction of the Fifty-first annual Convention of the organization at Portland, Ore., July 1-5. He is one of a group of 19 members of the Kiwanis board of trustees, and 19 International committee chairmen who head the administration and community service work of the international service organization. The convention will emphasize the entry of Kiwanis into its second half century of community service, and its rapid expansion in nations abroad. Fifteen to sixteen thousand people, Kiwanians and their families , will attend. They will represent more than 275,000 Ki- wanians in 5,400 clubs in the United States, Canada, Metift, the Caribbean, Western Europe and the Far East. Convention sessions will be held in Portland's new Memorial Coliseum. Work to be accomplished at the convention includes the election of officers for 1966-67, recognition of the clubs and districts throughout the organization adjudged tops in community service work and overall excellence and the adoption of resolutions upon which the organization's 1966-67 community service program will be based. Presiding officer will be Edward C. Keefe, Oklahoma City, president of Kiwanis International. Speakers, in addition to Keefe, are Eugene J. McCarthy, United States Senator from Minnesota; Mark 0. Hatfield, Governor of Oregon; John Fisher, Commissioner of the Canadian Centennial Commission; Mrs. Nila Magidoff, lecturer and former professor of Russian at the University of Louisville, Kentucky; tho leaders of Kiwanis' two youth groups, John D. Eadinger, London, Ontario, president of Circle K International, and Daniel W. Richey, Ferriday, Louisana, president of Key Club International; and as a special feature, a farewell address by 0. E. "Pete" Peterson, longtime secretary of Kiwanis International, who will retire in October of this year following 30 years as a member of the Kiwanis staff. TURKEYS Eight turkey shelters out of a string of twelve in a field on the Lynn Engstrom farm near Dayton were demolished recently in a storm. About 284 turkeys were killed. 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