The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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6-Algana (la.) Upper DM Motnw Tuesday, August 28, 196 Algean Ernst Wed Aug. 4 Algean Ernst, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Ernst of Whittemore, became the bride of Duan Grandgenett, son of Mr and Mr Henry Grandgenett of Bancroft, to a double ring ceremony perform ed by Father Ernst, great uncle o the bride, at 10 o'clcok Aug. 4. Given in marriage by her father the bride was attired in a gown 01 nylon organza and Chantilly lace falling into a chapel train. Her shoulder-length veil fell from an organza bow crown seeded with pearls. She carried a bouquet of red sweetheart roses on a white Prayerbook, and a rosary, which was a gift from the bridegroom. Darlene Grandgenett was maid of honor and the bride's sister. Carol, served as bridesmaid. Betty Ernst, sister of the bride, was served his brother as best man. James Schrandt was groomsman. Dale Stalzer was ring bearer. Ush ers were Bob Binzen and Larry Huberty. Acolytes were Bob and Dennis Besch. Clete Salz and Tom Me .Keown were soloists and were accompanied by the organist, Aldine Wagner. A wedding dinner and reception were held at St. Michael's hall at Whittemore. Mrs Donald Grandgenett and Mrs Dave Kollasch had charge of the guest book. Mrs Donald Schiltz, Mrs Harold Esser. Diana Bonnstetter and Kathy Mertz were in charge of the gifts. Mrs Dean Christenson poured and Mrs Nick Thilges cut the cake Waitresses were Jeanne Huberty, Ruth Hoffer, Charlene Thilges Anita Nurre, Zita Duffy and Bev erly Besch. After a wedding trip to Canada the couple will make their home in Emmetsburg. The bride, a graduate of Gar rigan high school, attended Man kato Commercial college and ha been employed in Mankato. M Grandgenett is a graduate of S John's high school and Northwes School of Technology in Minnea polis. He is employed at Palo Al Memorial Hospital in Emmetsbur as laboratory X-ray technician. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) when Mr and Mrs E. J. Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges and family, Mr and Mrs Ben Thilges, Barbara and Dennis, Mr and Mrs Mike Hofer and family and Mary and Barbara Wagner enjoyed the day. Rosalee Illg spent last week with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Art Winkel and sons Jeffrey and Timothy, Clear Lake. Allan Becker from Cedar Rapids spent the past weekend here with lis parents, the Peter Becker amily. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and aughters Georgia and Janice and Thomas Wagner are on a trip through Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. Lori and Johnnie, children of Mr and Mrs Richard Thul, are spending the week with their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Former Bancroft Woman Badly Hurt In Crash nancroft — Mr and Mrs Perry Torine received word from their daughter, Mrs Howard Nagel, Tri mont, Minn, who was seriously injured near Trimont when her car driven by her, and her son Mark riding with her, met head on with a gravel truck. Mrs Nagel suffered 12 broken ribs, a fractured shoulder and large gash across her foreheac which required several stitches. Their small son Mark suffered scratches and bruises. Mrs Nagel will be a patient in Trimont hospital for several weeks. Mr and Mrs Ray McGuire left the latter part of the week for an extended visit and sightseeing trip in Minnesota and Canada. Alice Long left Thursday for Chicago after several days visit with relatives. Mr and Mrs Charles McNertney and son Judy Welhelmi left Friday for a visit with relatives in California. Jerry Wilhelmi returned from Chicago after spending the summer with her sister and family Mr and Mrs Coler. Mr and Mrs Fred Eckhart are moving to Gary, Ind. where Fred will be employed on a Mink farm. Mrs Eckhart and boys will stay, with her parents at Fenton until Me Eckhart gets settled. Mr Eckhart has been employed at the Welp Hatchery. Mr and Mrs Leonard Dahlhauser are parents of a daughter born Thursday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr and Mrs Joseph Dahl lauser are the grandparents. •LAKOTA By Mrs. Stanley Stecker STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Mr and Mrs Frank Neuman, Mary and Paul attended the Erickson - Johnson family reunion at Albert Lea Sunday. Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs H. D. Mussman were Mrs Jennie Gutknecht and Mrs Jasper Smidt in honor of Mrs Jennie Gutknecht's birthday. Mrs H. D. Mussman and Mrs H. H. Murray spent Thursday at Lake Okoboji with Mrs W. E. Ley and Mrs Ed Buckles and children of Boone. Sunday nrtcrnodn guests of Mrs Fratike Schadendorf were Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen and son of Lone Rock, Mrs Dora Johnson and Paul of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Sam Johnson and Mr and Mrs Don Johnson all of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Lee Olson, Vickie and Johnnie were Sunday evening visitors at the Merrill Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Bill Hippen visited Sunday evening at the Dick Spear home. Mr and Mrs Ted Thilges and Mr and Mrs Dick Spear visited at the Les Jensen home at Livermore Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Sheldahl and family attended the Sheldahl family reunion at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arlo Dorenbush and Jo Lynn of Boone were weekend guests at the Wm. Meyer home Other dinner guests Sunday wery Mr and Mrs Kenny Aukes and family. Sunday guests at the Gottlieb Reiffer home were Mr and Mrs Norman Behrens of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and David of Algona accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder to Blue larth on Sunday where they attended the 25th wedding anniversary for Mr and Mrs Merril F. Sparks. Mr and Mrs Dick Price of Marshalltown were Tuesday to Friday guests at the home of Mrs Tena rice. Sunday evening visitors at the ouis Price home were Mr and Mrs Robert Price of Rake. Friday evening visitors at the Stanley Stecker home were Mr and Mrs Martin Stecker and children of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Bruno Stecker and children of Thompson and Kenneth Seibert of Johnson. Mrs H. H. Murray went to Ames Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Walt Lunn and Eddie were Sunday supper guests at the Robert Senenf-;k'er home at Ledyard. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson of Algonn and Mr and Mrs Jim Senenfelder and son of Elmore. Mr and Mrs Gaylord Schrick and family of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. were Sunday supper guests at the W. C. Vodraska home. Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson and children and Mr and Mrs Geo. Bauman and children attended the Hubbard - Grosser family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger Harper spent a week and a half vacationing in Minnesota. On Thursday they left to visit with his parents, the Harlan Harpers at Ames and also with her mother, Mrs Chester 1/e ft Bride Of St. Joe Man Honoree At Shower St. Joe — Miss Helen George was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school recently with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss George, daughter of Mrs Anna George of Barnurn, will be the bride of James Bormann, son of Mr ,and Mrs Nick Bonnunn of here Sept 1. David Thul from Mountain View, Cal. arrived here for a visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and other relatives and friends. David is convalescing from injuries in a motor scooter- car accident May 26. David came via plane to Omaha and was met by Mr and Mrs Herb Kayser and his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul. Sisters here will be honored at a food shower Aug. 28 in St. Joseph's school with a C.D.A. committee in charge of arrangements. Mr and Mrs William Bormann are parents of a son Jeffry John born Aug 13 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. They also have a daughter, Julie, J year old. Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann are the paternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann are the grandparents and Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet of Livermore are maternal grandparents. A neighborhood picnic and outing was held Sunday at Clear Lake your 1 direct line to peace of mind Truthfully, now, did you give any thought t» safety when you decided upon your present heating system? Not many of us do. r Flameless electricity is the safest way to heat . . . it's also the cleanest. There are no byproducts such as fumes, odors and soot. Economy is "another" important factor not to be overlooked. Electricity uses 100% of its energy to produce heat. There are no costly maintenance calls to clean and repair nozzles, fuel Ijnes and other foraace parts. Why not see your dealer today . , . electric heating costs so little for so much peace of mind. WtiM fit MeCnllshnry. Mr and Mrs Richard Zielske visited at the Elmer Zielske home at Winnebago, Minn. Sunday. Mrs Dave Patterson, Mrs Wm. Mabus and Mr and Mrs Fred Malms visited with Mrs G. A. Christ at Wells, Minn. Thursday. Mr and Mrs Don Wirtjes and family were guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Stanley Dengcr at Clarion Sunday. Mr and Mrs A. E. Weaver were •Sunday evening visilors at the L A. Nitz home. Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentinp at- tended the wedding of flee Ann Nelson and Robert Hassebrock at Buffalo Center Sunday. SERVICES Miss Melvina Arendts and Mrs Sclma Olmsted of Kensett were honored recently at a joint open house retirement reception for a combined 77 years of service at the Kensett Telephone Company. Miss Arendts was honored for 47 years of continuous service and Mrs Olmsted for 30 years of total service as regular KenseH switchboard operators. ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" THE ONLY NUMBER TO CALL FOR FREE GROCERY DELIVERY CY 4-3762 We have been adding a good many new delivery accounts in the past few weeks . . . twice daily deliveries to your door FREE. 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