The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1966 · Page 14
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Weaver-Jentz Exchange Nuptials FENTON -Nuptial vows were exchanged June 26 at the Ocheyedan Methodist Church by Judith Jean Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Weaver of Ocheyedan, and William H, Jentz, son of Mrs William Jentz of Fenton, and the late Mr. Jentz. The Rev. S. Gale Howard performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Charles Davis of Cherokee, was matron of honor Mrs. Keith Bare of Emmetsburg, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. Miss Suzanne Siemon of Sioux City was the bride's personal attendant. Leslie Weaver, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Tlie bridegroom was attended by Gary Zumach of Wall Lake as best man and by Keith Bare of Emmetsburg as grooms- man. Ushers were William Weaver of Newport, News, Va. and Darrel Flet of Lincoln, Neb. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church Fellowship Hall. The bride graduated from Ocheyedan Community School in 1960 and from the State College of Iowa in 1964. The groom is a 1957 graduate of Fenton High School and a 1961 graduate of the State College of Iowa. The couple has been teaching at Cherokee. Following a wedding trip to Minneapolis, they are residing at the Methodist Camp Grounds on West Lake Okoboji. The groom is employed by the Okoboji Lake Patrol for the summer. In the fall both will return to thoir teaching positions in Cherokee. Area Students Among 5541.S.U. Scholarships Ames, Iowa — Iowa State University announced the names of 554 students now in school who will receive scholarships,awards and grants in 1966-67. A second group will be announce?! at a later date as soon as applications are completed. Most of the recipients showed some financial need on the basis of Parents Confidential Statements submitted to the College Scholarship Service, Princeton, New Jersey. A total of 738 applications were received. The list not only includes General Scholarship and Educational Opportunity Grant recipients but also other scholarship winners such as LaVerne Noyes, State of Iowa Scholarship, Alumni and other General Scholarships. Following are recipients of awards from this area: ALGONA: Jean M. Christiansen, 406 East State St.; Pamela S. Hopkins, 114 S. Colby; Maureen Rae, 416 East Oak; Vicki r M. Steil, 404 S. Wooster; Daniel N. Zaugg, 322 South Smith St. BURT: Ann M. Wilson, R.R. CYLINDER: Diane L. Berkland. LEDYARD: John G. Deboer; Roger A. Green; Dianne K. Waterhouse. OTTOSEN: James M. Oppedahl. WESLEY: Lorraine E. Funnemark, R.R. 2. WHTTTEMORE: MiltonR.But- ske. Arthur Kadows Observe Silver Anniversary BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kadow celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on June 28. Following Mass, a breakfast was served by Mrs. Barbara Frizler with Mrs. Gene Fritzler and family of Oklahoma City, Okla. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber, Burt, as guests. In St. John's Hall on July 3, Mr. and Mrs. Kadow entertained at a buffet supper with ISOguests attending, Guests included: Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. H. Schultes, Rev. Father Victor Ramacker, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kadow and family, Nimrod, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiechert and son, and Miss Elaine Kadow, St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. James Schiltz, and family, Homewood, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Wm Schiltz and family, Downers Grove, fll., Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. White and son, Spokane, Wash., Mr. Edward White and daughter, Sebeka, Minn., Mrs. LuVerne Voss and children, Pearl City, HI., Mrs. Ben Wagner, East Dubuque, HI. Gerald Munyon, Cuba City, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Chet Lewis and son, Galena, III., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fritzler, Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Droessler and daughter, and Robert Droessler and family of Des Moines, la. Bancroft people were: Mssrs. and Mesdames: George Merron, James Oliver, JohnDroess- ler, Art Droessler, Fred Kadow, Frank Droessler, Ernest Hutchison, Gerald White, Ed Tigges, Dennis Lynch, Fred Tigges, James Coady, Marvin Tigges, Erwin Heldorfer, Alfred Borman, Art Blocker, Alva Kahler, Mrs. Florence Faber and Cindy, Miss Elizabeth Nabor, Mrs. Pauline Coady, Miss Eileen Vaske, Mrs. Barbara Fritzler, Rudy Fangman, Mrs. John Kadow, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber, Burt, James Kadow, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Banwart, Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Striet Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Bernaard Tigges,. Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tigges, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Theresa Droessler and John, Bancroft. Following the supper, 500 was played, and winners .included, Mrs. Fred Tigges, high, Mrs. Florence Faber, low, Marvin Tigges, high, for men, and Erwin Heldorfer low. Miss Elaine Kadow of St. Paul won the door prize. A three tiered wedding cake made by Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and cookies made by Mrs. Geo. Kadow were served with coffee at the close of the evening. Guests were registered by Mrs. Vivian Kadow and gifts by Mrs. Robert Techert. The buffet supper was prepared and served by the C. D. of A. with Mrs. Frank Meyers and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker serving as Chairladies. Ex-Burt Marshal III in Hospital BURT - Walter Steward, re- Algona, (la.) Upper DM Moine* Tuesday, July 12, 1966 " HAWK "Herky" a one-winged red tail hawk was gently cared for by 15-year-old Bruce Strampe, Elkader after he was found in a field near St. Olaf. Soon "Herky" will become a part of the State Conservation Commission's traveling wildlife display. tired Burt marshal after serving more than 40 years, is listed as In critical condition today at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. He entered the hospital about a week ago, suffering a growth on the colon. Mrs. Steward said he has received eight pints of blood and surgery is anticipated next week. 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