The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1967
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Thul-Elbert repeated vows at St. Joe December 28 ST. JOE-MIss Georgia Thul. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- T - u . o • Joe * ^carne the bride of Mark Elbert. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Elbert of Rodman, Iowa, at a double ring ceremony held at 10:30 p.m., Wednesday. December 28, 1966, at the St. Joseph's Catholic Purch, i? St. Joe. The Rev. L. C. Schumacher officiated and read the nuptial mass. The bride, given In marriage by her fatter, was attired In a floor length gown of bridal satin and Cluny lace with fitted bodice. Bateau neckline, long tapered l ' length train. The hem and waist of her A-line skirt featured ear- lands of lace while her pouff •.^illusion veil fell from a pill box headpiece. The bride wore a gold bracelet, a heirloom handed down from her great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Louis Elsbecker, and a pearl pendant, a gift from the groom. She carried a white orchid surrounded by a cascade of pink roses. Miss Janice Thul, sister of the bride, and Miss Vickl Elbert, sister of the groom, attended the bride. They were attired in Identical semi-sheath, floor length gowns of queen blue crystal satin with empire bodice and elbow length pouff sleeves. They carried a white marabou muff with a single pink carnation on the front and wore an ostrich marabou wedding ring hats. Jim Hoskin, cousin of the groom, and Tom Wagner, cousin of the bride, attended the groom, while Larry Quast of Rantoul, 111., brother-in-law of the groom, and Chuck Becker, cousin of the bride, seated the guests. Marvin and Allan Kohlhass, cousins of the bride, were acolytes. Sister M. Doris, OSF, organist, accompanied the St. Joseph Sisters and grade school choir, which provided appropriate music. Mrs. Richard Thul chose a green brocade suit with dark green and beige accessories for her daughter's wedding. The mother of the bridegroom selected a blue knit suit with white accessories. Following the ceremony, dinner was served at Johnny's Steak Harbor in Humboldt with Mrs, Al Foth as the dining room hostess. Punch was poured by Mrs, Richard Foth and Mrs, LeRoy Meighan. The cake was cut by Mrs. Blain Hoskin and Mrs. Al Foth. Waitresses were Miss Kris Plathe, Miss Kathy Plathe, Miss Darlene Plathe, Miss Mary Lou Wagner, Miss Jane Wilson, and Miss Joni Campbell. ., Miss Becky Foth and Miss Diane Foth were in charge of the guest book while the gifts were opened and displayed by Miss Pat Wagner, Miss Eilenn Wagner, Miss Sandy O'Brien, and Miss Joni Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elbert were graduated from Garrigan High School at Algona. She also graduated from Mankato Commercial College at Mankato, Minn. They are employed by Farmers Regional Cooperative of Fort Dodge. Following a wedding trip through southern and eastern states, they will be at home on a farm near Rodman, Iowa. Home From Vietnam WHTTTEMORE - Bob Ewold pleasantly surprised his mother Mrs. Margurite Ewold on Christmas Eve when he arrived home around suppertime. Bob had been stationed at Vietnam and had seen action and had many close scrapes while sitting in fox holes. Bob is home on a 20 day leave and will report back to duty in the Marines at Vietnam. Hip Fractured Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard is a patient at Park Hospital in Mason City. She fell in the yard at her home here Monday as she was returning from spending Christmas with her three sons and their families in Sioux City. Mrs. Thompson was taken to Mason City by ambulance where x-rays revealed a broken hip. Xmas Party The annual Christmas party of the Cresco Chums was held Dec. 20. The members exchanged gifts and had entertainment for their families who were guests. The club installed new officers. THE UPPER DBS MOINES Kossuth County's Largest Newspaper Circulation. MONKEY BUSINESS JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Only half the calls that come to the City and County Fire Department are related to fires. Firemen have done everything from removing cats trapped inside walls to delivering babies. They've been Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moinei—3 called to remove rattlesnakes from alr-condltloners, cats from trees, and small boys from fold- fns garage doors. The department fallprt to answer a call of a woman whose monkey had run tip a biR oak tree by saying that It was doubtful if any fireman could outcllmb a monkey. Only one man out of 200 is over six feet tall. ******************************************************** Coming! FRIDAY, FEB. 10 CORN • SOYBEAN I IS! I EXPERTS 9 to 12 — 1 to 3 P.M. ' at GARRIGAN HIGH AUDITORIUM Free Lunch at Noon - Save The Date ! (Watch This Paper For Full Details) > j 3 3 ) ) ) ******************************** »*»»»»*»*****»*» A ****** • They hadn't heard of... ...Electric Heat But you have! You know electric heat is safe . . . silent. . . clean . . convenient. You know electric heat supplies even, comfortable warmth throughout your home. You know electric heat is the best way to have the right amount of heat in the right place at the right time. You know modern electric heat is the way to modern living . . . making full use of your magic servant, Electricity. Algona Municipal Utilities •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Ilii

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