The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 5
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Judy Marlow, Burt, Weds Judy Kay Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Burt, and Wayne E. Eckels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Eckels, Britt, were married Aug. 10 in the Woden Christian Reformed church at 8 p.m. Rev. Maas performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a floor- length gown of white bouquet taffeta with a cathedral train. The gown had long sleeves and a scalloped, sequin-trimmed neck line. She wore a bouffant veil of imported silk bridal illusion on a queen's crown of Alcncon lace and pearls and a pearl earring pendant, a gift from the bridegroim. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, stephonotis and ivy. Linda Marlow served as maid of honor and Bonnie Eckels and Diane Markla were bridesmaids. William Eckels was best man, Paul Tjaden and Arnold Eden, groomsmen, and Chuck Greiman and Larry Olson, ushers. Organist was Arlys Pommer and Mrs. Jim Gade was soloist. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church basement for 250 guests. Barbara Marlow had charge of the guest book, Mrs. Mike Greiman cut the cake. Mrs. Bud Marlow and Mrs. Marten Smith poured, Mrs. John Claude and Mrs. Charles Elberl were in charge of gifts and table waitresses were Pam Rusher, Lovalee Bristow, Beverly Bristow, Jean Steven and Peg Keith. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and is employed at North Central Public Service Co., Algona. The bridegroom is a graduate of Britt high school and attended Iowa State University. Following a wedding trip to Lake of the Ozarks, the newly- weiis are residing on a farm near Britt. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) Ann Mikes Weds Here 20 Whittemore Beeves Bought By Businesses Wliiltemore — The Whittemore 4-H'ers were well supported by local businessmen at the County Fair last week. They purchased 20 4-H beef calves. Leroy Elbcrt bought Dale Dietrick's calf. Whittemore Feeds bought Gary Poppen's, Whittemore Community Club bought 10 calves belonging to Dale Weber, Cletus Mosbach, Mark Bosch, Barbara Winkel, Steve Detrick, Ann Loebach, Ray Elbcrt, Tom Kollasch, Richard Reding and Randy Lauck. Whittemore Co-Op Elevator bought (1 4-H calves belonging to Jean Germann, Diane Ponipe, Gary Erdmann, Harlan Metzgcr, Cletus Mosbach, Jackie Diclrick, Luke Kollasch and Jerry Hanson. At the Palo Alto Fair a week car- tier the Elevator also purchased calves owned by Dorothy Montag and David Fandel. Rev. Eugene C. Kollasch S. ,1. was a guest last weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kollasch. He has been studying in Europe the past two years and spent last year in Rome. He is now in Omaha. Neb., where he- will be on the faculty at Crcigh- ton Prep school. Mrs. Harold Greene, accompanied by Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith. Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. James SchulU. of Wliiltemore, were guests of Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith at a dinner at Stubs itanch-liou.se in Spencer Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch and son Glen, moved into the Dora Bosch home .Monday recently va cated by Dr. and Mrs. Tom Lensing and family who moved into die former Leo Morman home near the swimming pool which ihey recently purchased. Jack and Molly Henry moved Tuesday into the Grace Piukarski apartment recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drone and daughter Barbara who moved into the Bob Fleming house which they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. George (Jake) Baas and family, Miss Elda Baas of here, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas and Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas Jr., of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. John Kettleson of Algona attended the Krohnuerg family reunion at the fairgrounds m Blue Earth, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kisch of Algona entertained at a dinner aunday in honor of; the^ fQqner.'s parents Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kisch who celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary and Edward's birthday. Other guests were Air. and Mrs. Bernard Gisch and family of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kisch and lamily of Lehigh, Air. and Mrs. Paul Kisch and lamily of Bode and Francis Kisch anil children of Whittemore. A number of relatives helped Herman Zumach celebrate Ins birthday which was on Monday. The guests included Mr. and Air.-,. Arthur Kusch, Mr. and Airs. Nick Genglcr of Lolls Creek, Mr. and Airs. Arthur Zumach of Lone Rock, Airs. Carl Zumach ol FeiUon, Air. and Mrs. Remliard Zumach, Mr.-,. Jennie Bradgen, Mrs. Adclia Ale\ cr, Mr. and Airs. Donald iDoci (jundcrsun anil lamily and Mr. and Airs. Herbert Zumach. Mr. ami Mrs. Ellsworth lleulen- with went to Albert Lea, Saturday lo help move the furniture ml" the new home of Air. and Mrs Ralph Sobers which Ihey purchas ed last week. Mr. and Airs. Arthur Heideuwiih and Airs. l)on>lh> Uosendahl went to Albert Lea, Sunday and returned home Monday night. They also helped Hie Sobers get sullied. IF ITS NfcWS WE WAiNi Sue Stellhorn To Wed Virginia Mast, .Sept. IS F.J 4 Graduate At Hamilton College Two area girls and two young men we.t among the graduates, Ana. 1". at Hamilton School of Business in Muson City. They arc Constance S. Arndorfer. daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Arndorfer, Algona, who has taken a position with the Milwaukee Boston Store, Milwaukee, Wis., and Marlys E. Frink, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Frink of Cylinder, who is now employed by the American Surety Co. of Minnea- polis. John M, Lande, son of Mr and Mrs John Lande of Buffalo Center, was also a graduate in the junior executive course, and is now employed at the Iowa Slate Bank in Algona. Kenneth VV. Smith, I AI Verne, graduate in the course in senior machines, is now employed by the Clear Lake Bank & Trust Co. ' Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Algeria (Id.) Upper Des Moines-5 Plan Activities The Kossuth County Council of Republican Women will open their fall activities with a meeting Sept 4 at 1:30 p.m., with the Lakola women as hostesses. Mrs Jerry Heetland is in charge of arrangements and Mrs E. P. Frederickson, Burl, is in charge of the program. There will be an election of officers and adoption of by-laws. Anyone wishing a ride should contact Mrs Bill Finn, Algona, by Sept. 1. 40 Years Apart Mrs Edna Mitchell and son, Cnr- roll, returned Sunday from Denver, Colo, where (hey attended ti Petefsen family reunion. It was the first time in 40 years that Mrs Mitchell and her sisters and brother had been together. They are Mrs M. E. Gutterud, Sopkane, Wash., Mrs Alvina Gutterud, Riverside, Cal. and A. L. Petersen. Denver. FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. A granddaughter of Mrs Johr Knin of Algona, Miss Sue Stellhorn of Kingshurg. Cal., above daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Stellhorn, is engaged to wed, Sept. 15. Her mother is the former Mildred Kain of Algona. Sue will become the bride of William H. Mareum. Falls Church, Va. He is employed in Alexandria, Va. where the young couple will make (heir home. The bride's father is a former resident of Clarion and the family was back in Algona last summer. The bride is a Iii5(i graduate of Lakeland high school, Lakeland, Fla. where the Stellhorns lived until IHiil. when Mr Stellhorn »vas transferred to the west coast by Gamble-Robinson, where he is die west coast buyer for the national concern. Sue had been employed b> "Hie FBI in Washington, after iwo years at ihe t'niversity of Missouri. She is a graduate mcdica 1 technologist. The bridegroom is in business in Alexandria. L'DM En graving » STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. CANNOT BUY LIEE INSURANCE In aJrmion lo mwt you must have In. cuubmty. Til is wriy Ijrm Bureau Lite is offering a NtW WHICH GUARANTEES YOUR RIGHT TO BUY FUTURE INSURANCE REGARDLESS OF YOUR HEALTH OR OCCUPATION You can eifnse options at ea'.h 0!t ; oa O.ilfi ... or [ 3SS a n y ui d'l op'icns Cus'l on 1 / a le« pennies a oj/. (A, I subject l» t ""'" ) for Details Call or Sea DON STARK 213 S. Moore Algonn, Iowa Phone CY 4-3351 f HM IUMAU lUllO'NO DEI I Ann Elizabeth Mikes became the bride of William J. Kopish in a ceremony Saturday morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Helen Mikes of Algona and the late Roman Mikes and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kopish, Fort Dodge,, Msgr. P. I 1 . Gearen officiated at the ceremony and Bill Milder and Bob Smith were acolytes. Sister Mary Hicarda was organist and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo sang. Joan Mikes was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. Andrew Uogowski and Carolyn Blinkman were bridesmaids. Frank Kopish was his brother's best man; Joseph Miller and David Long were groomsmen and Charles Heider and Ronald Arndorfer ushered. The bride, escorted to the altar by her godfather, Leo F. Montag of West Bend, wore a gown of white bridal taffeta with rounded neckline and bracelet sleeves. It was "designed in sheath style with attached over-skirt train. Wide bands of imported Venise lace trimmed the neckline, sleeves and overskirt which ended in a Chapel length train. A crown of pearlized flowers designed to match the Venisp lace of the gown held in place a cascading tier of imported French illusion veiling. The bride wore a hand crafted pin on a chain which was worn by her grandmother, Mrs. Peter Mcrtz of West .Bend, at her wedding 52 years ago and which was also worn by the bride's mother, Mrs. Mikes at her wedding. Her flowers were a cascase arrangement of Fiji mums and stephanotis. Following the ceremony, a brunch was held at the Algona Country Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Don Ferris and Mrs. J. F. Milder, Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. It. J. Vaughn registered the guests and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eickel- burg, Jr. presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. M. L. Bruch and Mrs. William Higgins poured; Marilyn Palmer and Elain Bruch cut the cake and waitresses were Faith Ann Mertz, Christine Plott, Jean Milder and Lynn and Leslie Norton. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa State University, Ames. The bridegroom will be graduated from Iowa State University in November and plans to do graduate work. After a wedding trip to Canada the couple will live at Ames. (Nels Isaacson Photo — Engraving) Fiberglass tanks — can't rust ever. Compact — only 12 square inches of space required. Semi-automatic for ease of operation. One flat rental fee — use as often as you need. No fuss — no muss. 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