The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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10-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Moinet Thursday, July 7. 1966 West Bend Girl Bride Of Tom Bormann, St. Joe St. Peter and Paul's church was the setting for the wedding on Saturday, June 11, at 10 o'clock of Miss Joyce Montag and Thomas Bormann. Miss Montag Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Montag, West Bend, and Mr. Bormann, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, St. Joe. Rev. L. H. Greving officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's father gave her In marriage. Mrs. George Faber was organist with the church choir singing. Harold Bormann, Mark Laubenthal, Martin Montag and William Runchey were acolytes. For her wedding the bride chose an elegant gown of white bridal organza with traditional lace. The lace bodice was styled with a scalloped scoop neckline with elbow length sleeves. The gown was fashioned with an empire waist with a bow in front and A-line skirt. Her lace train trimmed with seed pearls, flowed from the shoulders. To accent her gown the bride chose apetite crown, expertly designed with pearl and crystal loops, to which was attached her veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses and white stephanotis. The maid of honor was Donna Montag and flower girl was Diane Montag. Ring bearer was Eddie Montag. The groom was attended by Francis Borrnann with Mark Montag and Norman Bormann as ushers. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony Li the church parlors. Mrs. Gene Venega was at the guest book. Mrs. Richard Bormann and Mrs. Ernest Gales served punch. Mrs. Sylvester Berte, Lu- Verne, and Mrs. Thomas Altman poured coffee. Gifts were in charge of Mrs. Donald Lickteig, Mrs. Marvin Montag and Miss Carol Miller. Mrs. Mark Montag, Mrs. H. P. Mertz and Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal cut and served the wedding cake prepared by Mrs. C. F. Orwig. Waitresses were Mrs. John Montag,. Mrs. Emmet Montag, Mrs. Raphael Montag, Mrs. Harold Montag, Mrs. Harold Schmalen, Misses Jane and Carol Higgins. After a short honeymoon the couple is now at home on a farm near Livennore. The bride graduated from West Bend liigli school and lias been employed in the Iowa State Bank at West Bend. The groom graduated from St. Joseph's high school. (Nicholson Studio Foto). AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. M.itt Streit lias been Josine Coonan of Minneapolis, a cousin of Mrs. Streit. She had returned with the Streits Monday evening after a family gathering of the Coouan family at the summer home at Lake Okoboji of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, DesMoines. With 14 present for several days, each of the Coonan families was represented, coming from several states including California and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. H. Morling, Emmetsburg, were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Streit and Miss Coonan returned to Emmetsburg with them for a visit. MR. AND MRS. Michael Streit and children, Cedar Rapids, arrived Thursday to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit. The younger parents returned to Cedar Rapids Monday evening, while their children, Mirk, Mitchell and Monte, remained for a visit with their Grandparents. MRS. EVA MAY, Mrs. Betty Dailey and Mrs. Perry Byam attended a meeting at Storm Lake Wednesday evening of district hospital business personnel. Speaker was Charles Patterson of the Sioux City district, who talked on Medicare and how the hospitals would handle the increased load. St. Ann hospital has been approved for Medicare and plans to participate in the program. No increased number of admissions occurred Friday, the first day Medicare was effective. Those admitted were iiilliillllllliiil ones who would have gone to the hospital regardless of Medicare, according to the hospital desk. MRS. LYLE MATHESreturned Friday eveninr after two months in California. She had accompanied the parents of Herbert Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. William Krause of Fairmont, who were to visit relatives in southern California. Mrs. Mathes first spent several days with Frank Matties in Pasadena and then visital her son Heri>ert and Jamily at Dunsnnir. HOWARD FRENCH has been undergoing observation at Veterans hospital in Des Moines. It was expected he would undergo sundry last Wednesday, but it was not performed. He lias been at the hospital fnmvertwoweeks OIK! the date oi his return is indefinite. MR. AND MRS. Bill Tordoff, Jr. and their month-old baby, Michelle Lynn, Sioux City, arrived Saturday to spend the weekend and holiday with his parents, Mr. and M-s. Bill Tordoff. Bill will graduate in August from Mornin'jside College. MRS. JOHN SNERE left Friday to visit her father, Harry Rabb, who is hospitalized at Charles City. She was to spend the weekend with turn. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Smith has been her aunt, Miry Streit, Ft. Dodge. Miss Streit arrived Friday. MRS. W. P. (Bertha) French and Mrs. Cidney Laird are assisting in tho rare of Mrs. Hward French, who recently underwent sundry at Iowa City. Mrs. Frr-rich r:ontiniK\s to make slow (f\i steady im;jroverriont. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Mur- tarji and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Thoreson and children left Friday for West Lake Okoboji to be at the summer horn<? of the Miirtaghs. The Thoreson family returned Monday evening, while Mr. and Mrs. Murtagh remained for an iirlofinite time, MR. AND MRS. Wayne Xeir'ler and family spent the weekend with hi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler. Mark has been visiting his grand. parents since Father's Day and will return to Mirion with his parents. Roy Sparks, Aurora, Colo., another grandson, is also with ttie Wilbur Zeiglors and will remain for tho balance of the summer. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Holt returned Saturday after a week's vacation at Pequot Lake, Minn. Their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwjrd Carman, who had been here since Wednesday, returned to Iowa City Friday to reaily their apartment there. They returned Sunday to spend the holiday with her parents. GUEST OF Mrs. R. M. Phillips for the 4th of July weekend was Mrs. Fred Ramsey, Grinnell, who arrived Saturday. The two ladies are former classmates through high sclrjol and college and still maintain a close relationship. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson and family visited tier mother, Mrs. 0. J. Anderson, Buffalo, Minn., over the holiday weekend. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson, Minneapolis, joined the rest of the family at Buffalo. MR. AND MRS. Loren Nelson have named their new son, born at St. Ann hospital, June 24, Scott Alan. The couple has one daughter, Melanie Jayne, 2 1/2 years old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowan, Algona. Great- grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell, Mrs. Alice Cowan, Mrs. Alene Hemphlll and Mrs. Emma Nelson of Sheldon. MR. AND MRS. TedHerbstand family returned Friday from Rhinelander, Wise., where they had spent the week. Mrs. Herbst and the children remained at Rhinelander where she visited her mother, Mrs. K. B. Lacy, Highland Park, m., and her sister, Mrs. E. R. Schmidt. Mr. Herbst, Mr. Lacy and Mr. Schmidt, with Mrs. Herbst's brother, Bob Lacy, Deerfleld, 111., went fishing at Kenora, Canada. DR. AND MRS. M. G. Bourne were joined at their summer home Saturday for the holiday weekend by their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes, their son, Bill, Iowa City, and Mrs. Bourne's aunts and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mayland, Elmore. Dr. and Mrs. Bourne remained for the balance of the week at the lakes, while the rest of the family returned home Monday. MRS. KIRK HAYESentertained her bridge group at the Bourne cottage at Lake Okoboji Monday and Tuesday. Guests included Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, Mrs. Cliff Skog- strom, Mrs. John Hood, Mrs. Dean Koob, Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, Mrs. Don Kingsfield and Mrs. D. J. Shey. MR. AND MRS. Earl Parsons have named their new daughter, born at St. Ann hospital, June 24, Heidi Michelle. She is their first-born. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred A, Parsons, Spirit Lake and Mrs. Eugene Klein, Algona, who returned to tier home Friday after spending several days with the family. MR. AND MRS. H. M. Smith anil Luke Linnan left Friday for Lac Coeur D'Oreilles, Wise, to be at the Linnan summer home. Mrs. Lirman had gone previously to open the home with tier cousin, Frieda Wassenberg, who remained as a g-uest. Mr. and Mrs. Smith returned Tues- dav. DAVID HUTCHINS, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and head resident at the State University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, left Tuesday after spending a vacation with his family. The .youngest son, Richard, interning in pharmacy at Des Moines, returned to his work Sunday evening after spending the weekend here with his family. MR. AND MRS. Hank Geilenfeld returned last Thursday after being gone about a week. They attended the wedding in Columbus, Ohio, of his nephew, James Donahue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donahue, Forest City. Mrs. Donahue Is a sister of Mr. Geilenfeld. Their son, Mike, accompanied them on the trip. On the return trip, they visited his sister arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold, Milan, m. They visited the junior college at Centerville where their son, Charles, will be a student next fall. They spent a day in Des Moines, touring points of interest, including the state capitol, where Mr. Geilenfeld and Mike climbed to the top of the dome. MRS. R. H. GALBRAJTH will leave Des Moines this weekend, accompanying her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Galbralth, Kathy and Lisa, Des Moines, to go to Huntington Beach, Calif. There they will visit Mrs. Galbralth's daughter, Barbara and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith. She expects to be gone about two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Dewain De- Roos have named their son Kevin Joseph. This is their first child, born at St. Ann hospital June 20. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clem Schmit of Hospers and Mrs. Hilda DoRoos of Sheldon. MR. AND MRS. Donald Hum, Altus, Okla., recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seiler atLawton, Okla. Mrs. Hum is the former Judy Rovn, and Mrs. Seiler is the former Barb Bartlett, a recent bride. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pratt entertained over the -Itii of July weekend at their cottage at Clear Lake. Guests were the Jim Pratt family, Silvis, fll., Walter Pratt family, Cedar Rapids, Virgil Pratt family, West Union, Diane Smith, Algona, Donna Blieu, Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, Pella. Honor Swea City Couple, June 26, Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Peterson were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house at their home on Sunday, June 26. The affair was sponsored by their three children, Glendon of LeMars, and Steven and Mirdell of Swea rity. Walter L. Peterson and Gloria Linde were married June 25, 1941, at Los Angeles, Calif. They lived in Los Angeles about a year and then moved to Omaha, Nebr., where he was employed at Martin Aircraft. Corp. In' 1944, they moved to a farm near Swea City. Those helping at the open house were Mrs. Clyde Larson, serving the punch, Mrs. Junior Ellis cut the cake, Mrs. Mark Flattery of Des Moines poured the coffee, Miss Diane Mino was in charge of the gift table, Steven Peterson had charge of the guest book, Glendon Peterson was dining room host. Waitresses were Susan Ellis, Nancy Peterson and Marlene Larson. Kitchen hostess was Mardell Peterson with Mrs. Leonard Peterson assisting. There were 140 guests attending. Karly turban I'ntil aboul 1900, only one nation - (Jreat Britain - was ti r I) a ni/i-d. ,\ow all the industrial nations have mainly urban populations, and the trend to city living shows no sign of declining. Fenton Chit • Chat mfflBiiinnnmtnRi^^ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn entertained several families at a picnic at their home on Monday. The families included Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman and their two grandsons, Joel and Scott of Mankato, also the Hilbert Hantelman's son, John, his wife and their two girls of Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. "Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and family and Mr. and M -s. Martin Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart and family left Sunday for a trip east to visit Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Gerhart's uncle and family in Albany, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sasse, Michael and Kevin of MayviUe, Wise., spent a few days this week visiting with Mrs. Sasse's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss. They then traveled to Omaha to visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland were hosts to a large picnic on Monday. Persons attending included Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Frink and Dirk, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jensen, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra, Terry Voigt, Dr. and Mrs. John Waite and girls, Karen Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Allen Hantelman and Jean Kunkel. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Reynolds of Washington, D. C. have been visiting at. the home of Mrs. Reynold's parents, the Earl Lufkins of rural Fenton. Mr. Reynolds Is employed the Central Intelligence Agency of Washington and they have just recently returned from a two-year tour of duty in Japan. They traveled to Oklahoma to visit with his parents before coming to Fenton. HURRY - ENDS TOMORROW! 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