The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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John D. Teeter Of Burt And Bride Of June 16 . At the First Methodist Church in Knoxville, Miss Georgenr Van Loon daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Van Loon O f Knoxville and M John D. Teeter son of Mr and Mrs F. E. Teeter of Burt were united in marriage on Sunday afternoon, June 10. Rev M. D. Summerbell officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white organ/a over taffeta with rosepoint lace embroidered wit! tiny seed pearls and iridescen sequins at,(ho neckline. Appli switch to never an after-thirst! CRYSTAL SPRINGS BOTTLING WORKS «OPTHIOHT I.IT. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA *H« M umr eowww ques of matching lace and Jewels adorned the full floor length skirt which featured a chapel length train. Her silk illusion fingertip veil fell from a tiara edged in seed pearh, with an 'inset of matching lace and sequins. She wore fingertip mitts of organza and carried a cascading bouquet of lilies of the valley centered with a large white or- chicl. A single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom, was her only jewelry. Miss Rochelle Andrews of Burt was maid of honor. Roberta Dennison of Des Moines and Janet Nash of Iowa City lit the candles. Fred Thompson of Glenwood was thfe best man and MicHael Scott of Burt and Bob Stephany of Woodbine served as ushers. Miss Aline Martinek, organist; provided traditional wedding music and acco'mpanied Miss .Jan Jewitt of Grand Junction who sang "The Wedding Prayer", "Through the Years" and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony with the bride's chosen colors of blue and white carried out in tne table decorations and the four-tiered wedding cake, which was baked and beautifully decorated by Mrs Edna Teeter of Algona, aunt of the groom. After the traditional cutting of/the first piece by the bride ana groom, the cake was then cut and served to the guests by Mrs Edna Teeter and Mrs Glenn Van Loon of Newton, aunt of the bride. Miss Ruth Smith, aunt of the bride,' poured coffee and Miss Jo Anno Evert of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin presided at the punch table. Mrs Oran Dow was dining room hostess. Special music for the reception was provided by Miss Martinek and Miss Jewitt. Miss Donna Teeter, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. After a wedding trip to Osage Beach, Mo., the couple will be at home for the summer in Iowa Falls. In September they will return to Iowa State College at Ames where the bride is a senior in Home Economics and the groom a senior in Engineering. Rites June 1? At Whitfemore Burt Blue Birds , Rosemary Ulses was hostess to 14 members and 3 guests, Mrs Lichter, Mrs Lovstad and Mrs Cunningham, June 5. A bake sale was planned. Shirley Schwietert gave a talk and there were team demonstrations by Rosemary Ulses and Judy Abbas, and by Lois Lichter and Judy O'Brien. A poacher is one who tres- jasses and takes game or fish by illegal methods. I've made the Big Change, have you? 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William Veit officiating at the Requiem mass. Pallbearers were Roy Higley, Melvin Olson, John W. Higley. Pat Kelly, Leslie Mcfiftroe aftd Thomas Kelly Jr. Altar boys were Paul Johnson. Richard Rus* sell, Donald Farrell. The Hyink Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Kelly was the former Lil» Han Rose Higley. Her parents were the late John and Ida Hig« ley. She was born in Emmetsburg and was born January 21, 1889. She attended the schools in Emmetsburg, and this is where she grew to womanhood. On October 19, 1912, she was united in marriage to William F. Kelly in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Mason City, where they lived for six years and in 1918 they came to Whittemore, where they have lived ever since. Mrs Kelly suffered a heart attack 14 months ago and on June 13 she suffered another attack and was rushed to St. Ann hospital in Algoha where she passed away the same day. She leaves to mourn her death Her husband fcftd her daughter (Gwen) Mrs Carl Johnson, two grandsons, and three sisters, Mrs • Sadie Yankee, of Emmetsburg Mrs Blanche Grnelin of Masor City, and Josephine Brennan oi Denver, Colo. She was a member of St. Michael's parish and the Rosary Society. Relatives from a distance were Mrs Blanche Gmelin of Mason City, Mrs Sadie Yankee, Mr and Mrs Edward Kelly, Mr and Mrs Joe Kelly and family, Mrs Gary Frink, Mr and Mrs John W. Higley, Robert Kelly and Mr and Mrs D. L. Johnson of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs Thomas Kelly of Ft. Dodge; Mr and Mrs Otto Conklin of Superior; Mr and Mrs Raymond Olliver of Austin, Minn,; Mr and Mrs Reinhard Basil of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mehnke of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole, and John Dole of Irvington, Mr and Mrs E. M. Olson of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson, Mrs Ardene Sampson, Mrs Mark McGuire, Jr., and Alice Farrell of Algona, Mr and Mrs Moran Higley of Omaha and Mr and Mrs M. C. Yeoman of Denver, Colo. Two Swea City Girls Are June Brides Swea City — Sedell Marie Hammer, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer and Darrel Dillard Bishop, son of Mr and Mrs Dillard Bishop, all of Swea City, were united in marriage in an evening candlelight ceremony on June 14 at the First Methodist Church. Officiating in the ceremony were the bride's father and brother-in-law, the Rev. Hammer and Mr Duane Nelson. Nuptial music was provided by Kenneth Seylar, organist, and Walter Peterson and Clifford Van Berkum, soloists. Attending the bride was her sister, Mrs Betty Ann Nelson, Janesville, Wis., matron of honor; bridesmaids were Joanne Ernst, Rockford, Iowa; Allaire Jutting, Cedar Falls; and Barbara Bishop, the groom's sister. The best man was Ronald Hammer, the bride's brother. Groomsmen were Keith Hilpipre, Fairmont, and Dr. Henry Hammer, brother of the bride. Junior groomsman was Ward Jqnger, and ushers were Duane and Roy Swanson of Fairmont. Ab,out 230 guests attended the tne ehurcfi fjarlota following the ceremony. Dining room hostesses were Mrs R. F. Snyder and Mrs Ronald Johnson. Mrs Clarence Hellinga and Miss Rita Godfredson served punch. Mrs George Harner cut the wedding cake, and Mrs Roy Bravender and Mrs Grudrun Falck poured. The bride attended Iowa State Teachers College and for the past year has been teaching in Lakota. She vyill teach 1st grade next year in Carrizozo, New Mexico, where the couple will make their home. The groom is serving in the army. The bride was the honored guest at a shower Wednesday evening in the church parlors when the 30 ladies who make up the .-idvisory boards of the Grant and Swea City W.S.C.S. organizations were hostesses. Mrs R. F. Snyder and Mrs Ronald John- Son served as toastmistresses for a program of musical numbers, feedings, and a skit, 'Hats, Past, Present, and Future." Patricia Martin Weds Miss Dortna Patricia Martin, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Martin of Swea City, was united in marriage to Mr Raymond Lee Larson, son of Mr and Mrs Sam Larson of Armstrong, in a double ring ceremony Sunday, June 16, at 2:30. Wedding vows were witnessed by Elder Roscoe Faunce in the Reorganized Latter Day Saint Church, Lamoni. Before moving to Swea City about five years ago, the Martin family had made their home in Lamoni. Mrs Art Larson, Swea City, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor; bridesmaids Were sisters of the bridal couple, Karen and Marianne Martin and Ann Larson. The* groom's cousin, James Anderson of Dallas, formerly of Fairmont, served as best man. Groomsmen were Everett Thorson of Swea City and Dave Houston. Junior groomsman was the bride's youngest brother, John. Ushers were Roger Potts, Lamoni; James Gardner and James Martin, brother of the bride, both of Swea City. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception for about 150 guests was held in the church parlor. Both Mr and Mrs L.arson are graduates of the Swea City high school and Graceland Junior College, Lamoni. Mr Larson plans to continue studies toward a degree in business administration. The bride was the honored guest at a miscellaneous shower in Swea City given June 8 by Mrs Art Larson and Miss Nancy Guyer at the home of Mrs Lar- son's f>ar*trts, Mf and Mrs Ron- aid Johnson. Visitors Tuesday at the Edward Stewart home were Major and Mrs Walter Moore and children Jeffrey and Jennifer of, Moscow, Idaho. The major and Supt. Stewart were army friends in World War II. Major Moore is now an instructor in ROTC at the University of Idaho. Mr and Mrs A. J. Hatten, who live five miles east of here, have been elected Grand Knight and Grand Regent, respectively, of the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Daughters of America organizations in neighboring Bancroft. Mrs Hatten was installed early this month as grand regent in Court St. John the Baptist No. 1589. with District Deputy Miss Marcella Fandel, Whittemore, as installing officer. Members of the Lions Club entertained their wives at a smorgasbord at Ledeburs in Fairmont Thursday evening. The club will not meet again until September. Gerald Swalve is the new president, and A. J. Hatten is retiring president. Newly elected officers of the American Legion were installed at the group's regular meeting Monday at Legion Hall. They are: Richard O'Green, commander: Jean Tague and Wayne Jorgensen, vice commanders: Albert Anderson, chaplain; Vern Boes, adjutant; Harold Swanson, sergeant-at-arms; Sam Heathershaw historian; Ed Godfredson, finance: and Buell Johnson, service. A visitor last Week at the home of Mrs Jennie McCreary was her daughter, Mrs Warren Schram of Chicago. Her husband, Dr. Schram, is a member of the faculty of the School of Dentistry at Northwestern University, Evanston. He has been on'a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Visitors last week at the Walter G. Smith and Elmer Smith homes were Mr and Mrs George Genau, North Platte, Neb. The Genaus were returning from a trip to the Ozarks. Mrs Genau is a cousin of the Smiths. Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft, Darwin Looft, and Robert Kulper attended the wedding Sunday at the Presbyterian Church in Lakota of Marlyss Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Johnson, Lakota, to Arden Slattun of Mason City. Mrs Otto A. Olson, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, visited Sunday and Monday with her cousin, Mrs Leroy Pillman and family, at the Lutheran parsonage. Four Luther Leaguers from Immanuel Lutheran Church will leave Friday from Fort Dodge for the International Luther League Convention of the Augus- thurtdtiy, July 4, 1957 Algona (la.) Upp«f DM MefftM^t tana Lutheran church, to be held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago. Those attending, will be Judy Johnson, Ronnie Kalt- vrd, Howard Rnalson, and Reta Walker. Eight adults were received into the membership of Immanuel Lutheran Church at the worship service Sunday morning. Pastor Pillman reports that new members are Mr and Mrs Elmer Jorgensen, Wayne Jorgensen, William Jorgensen, Robert Jorgensen, Mr and Mrs Adolph Mortensen and Mrs Elmer Swanson. OMELET There was the makings of a huge omelet on highway 139 near Cresco recently. A tractor trailer carrying 20,490 dozen eggs rolled on its side. About half the eggs, valued at $.1,500. were destroyed. John Dole At R.O.T.C, Camp John W. Dole, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole of Irvington, is one of 703 army ROTC cadets who arrived at Fort Sill, Okla. recently to begin a six week artillery reserve officer's training corps summer camp. The cadets^ all of whom recently completed their third year of college, are in the army for six weeks, during which time they will undergo intensive fteld training with all forms of artillery weapons. 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