The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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, (la.) Upper DM Moinet Thunday, August 4, 1966 Algona Girl Weds Barbara Jane Elbert, Ft. Dodge, la., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert, Algona and Gary O'Neil Grams, Ft. Dodge, son of Mrs. Susie Grams, Campbell, Nebr., were united in marriage July 23, at 11:00 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. The Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride chose a dress of crystal peau with a fitted bodice, scalloped portrait neckline, short sleeves, floor-length wedding bell skirt with the skirt and bodice rem-embroidered with Venice lace accented with a back panel train. She wore a chapel length veil of pauf silk illusion veiling with a royal rose on a pearl trimmed disc and carried a cascade of pink roses and stephanotis. Mrs. James Alvey was matron of honor and Kathy Mossberg, bridesmaid. Richard Ray served as best man and groomsman was Ron Bartels. Ushers were James Alvey and Francis Crotty and acolytes, Randy Studer and Pat Nugent, and Mary Hamilton, organist. A wedding reception was held at the K. C. hall after the ceremony for 125 guests. Debbie Crotty and Nancy Harig had the guest book. Mildred Fuchsen and Mrs. Elaine Urbam cut the cake with Mrs. Ron Bartels serving the punch. Connie and Carolyn Grams opened the gifts. Table waitresses were Joanne, Jeanne, Janice and Debbie Crotty. The couple left for a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells and upon their return will live at Ft. Dodge. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona, and is a laboratory technician at Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge. The groom graduated from the Campbell high school, Campbell, Nebr., and is employed at the Globe Mfg. Co., Ft. Dodge. Couple Feted At Titonka; Wed 40 Years TITONKA- Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house July 24 at the schoolhouse. Hosts were their children. 134 guests were registered by Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Heifner. A program was presented early in the afternoon. Virgil Heifner acted as master of ceremonies. Rev. Wetzig of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Ray Mllbrant and the children and grandchildren of the Heifners took part in the program. A letter was read from Arvid Carlson, uncle of Mrs. Heifner, who was unable to attend. The gift table was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heifner. Mrs. Alvin Hopkes and Mrs. Jerald Heifner cut the cake and Mesdames Virgil and Robert Heifner poured. Vincent Heifner, Titonka, and Ivy Carlson, Wesley, were married August 2, 1926 at the Swea City Methodist parsonage. Rev. E. E. Benn, former Methodist minister at Wesley, officiated. Attendants were Mrs. Ed Zwiefel and the late Ed Zwiefel. The Heifners received many gifts. The Heifner family consists of Robert, Lone Rock, Jerald, Estherville, Carrol and Cecil, Buffalo Center, Virgil, Woden, and Ruby (Mrs. Alvin Hopkes), Titonka. They have sixteen grandchildren. - o - Mrs. Doris Sathoff is visiting for a time with her sons, the Craig Sathoffs, Iowa Falls, and the Morris Sathoffs, Walker. Dr. Alice Sartor, who has resided at Charles City for several years, visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, enroute to Arizona where she plans to make her home. The L. C. Heifners have had as guests in their home, Edgar Heifner, Doran, Minn,, Saturday, and Grade Heifner and her cousin, Mrs. Harold Denny, Des Moines on Tuesday and Wednesday. John Smith Of Wesley Area Dies Sunday John Smith, 70, Wesley area Hancock county farmer, died Sunday morning at Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt. He had been in ill health four years. Services will be held at 2p. m. Thursday at the Methodist church at Britt. Military rites will be held at the grave site in Evergreen cemetery. Surviving are his widow, Rosa; a son, Jack of Covina, Calif.; his mother, Mrs. Ida Smith, Kirkland, Wash.; a sister, Mrs. Gordon (Ethel) Belcher, Kirkland, Wash.; and four grandsons. He was preceded in death by a son, Jimmy R. Smith, who died Sept. 28, 1944 over Madge- berg, Germany. The Chrischilles Store Invitation To Quality When you enter the door of this attractive, inviting store, you have the assurance that what you are about to purchase has passed the highest standard of QUALITY* Because quality is the cornerstone upon which this 96-year-old business was founded and time has not changed its importance. Shop the Chrischilles Store where tradition is strong and quality is paramount,, . He was married to Rosa Titus, March 28, 1921, at Algona. He- was a member of the American Legion, Hancock County World War I Barracks No. 1756 and served as a trustee of Orthel township many years. Hans Boderius Funeral Held In Burt Church Funeral services for Hans Boderius, 72, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. Mr. Boderius died of a stroke Friday at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. He had been ill about two weeks. He was born Jan. 13, 1894 at Suderstatel, Germany, coming to this country in 1924. He married Maretta Hoeck at Burt in 1931. The couple farmed in the area. His wife and a daughter, Lavonne at home, survive, along with a brother and sister in Germany. Burial will be at Greenwood cemetery, Bancroft. Lone Rock By Mrs. Jesse Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig visited their daughter, Mrs. Dean Jergenson. Mrs. Jergenson is recovering from recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a picnic Sunday at Tuttle Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ballard and family of Algona spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson returned Monday from a ten day trip to Boyne Falls, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomsen and family and Mrs. Sue Backstrom of Santa Ana, Calif., also made the trip with them. Kenneth Thomsen attended meetings while there for the DeKalb Co., for whom he works. Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard and Susan are visiting for a few days in Minneapolis with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blanchard. ' " '•;, Mrs. Roger Jensen entertained' Anna Mitchell at a birthday party Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Miss Tina Jensen, Mrs. Erich Seege- barth, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A, Lee and Mrs. Frank Flaig. Third Place C. D. A. Court 283 exhibit took third place at the National Convention. The exhibit consisted of a first communion outfit for a boy and girl. It had taken first place at the State Convention. Wedding Permits Two wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Jerry L. Schumann arid Beverly E. Troff, July 27; and James B. Rlcke and Helen J. Johnson, Aug. 2. Burt Sets $78,346 Budget BURT — Burt Town Council Monday night approved a budget $78,346 for the coming year, which is slightly less than this year's budget. Rolling Company of Esther - vllle was reported about ready to begin work on blacktopplng and resurfacing streets. In other business, routine bills were allowed. -64TH- Mr. and Mrs. Klaas Hendricks, Rock Valley, have been married longer than any other couple there. The Hendricks were married in 1902 in Holland and came to Iowa in 1910. Their fam.Uy includes three children, eighteen grandchildren, 63 great- grandchildren and six great- great-grandchildren. EQUESTRIAN Fifteen-year-old Sheila Granaman, Mediapolis high school Junior, added two more trophies to her large collection earned in horseshows since 1962. Sheila has and cares for four quarter- horses and a colt. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Granaman have been with her in 40 or 50 shows around Iowa this year. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona. •X/W" 'Slipper -ftftomeg .r\ ^/?j /&/ wwmmmmm HOSPITAL '"""'"wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii 10YHBS AGO IN THI Tfati.foVbku. Evelyn FARM & HOME Rotogravure Section (monthly) '\ O > *NA WASHINGTON MERRY-Go-ROUND •y Drew Pearson vx PLUS 20 AREA NEWS CORRESPONDENTS AND THE FINEST IN PICTURE REPRODUCTION BY THE NEW PHOTO-OFFSET METHOD USED BY THIS NEWSPAPER These Are A Few Of The Reasons That More Families In Kossuth Read "THi UPPER DES MOINES" Than Any Other Newspaper. d by ji? on smith ? In the Upper Des Moines each week! It's full of many bits of this and that, gleaned from everyday life by a staff of one. L

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