The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
Page 11
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Thursday, Aogurt IS, 1W Alaono (la.) Upper DM Imelda Busherfeld Bride August 5 At' Whittemore WhiHemof* — Imelda Rusher- ld. daughter of Mr and Mrs Anthony Buseherfeld of Whitte- rnore and Marvin Burnell, son of Mrs Rose Burnell of Fort Dodge, were married in a 9 a.m. double ring ceremony Monday morning, August 5, in St. Michael's Catholic churc-h. The solemn high inass was performed by the Rev. Gerald Zensen with Raymond and Dennis Elbert, cousins'of the bride, as mass servers. Miss Carol Kollasch, soloist, sang two numbers accompftnied o.v Colleen Farrell. Following the ceremony the bride placed a bouquet at the altar of the Blessed Virgin. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attractive in a white floor length gown of white nylon lace over satin, featuring a molded bodice with Peter Pan collar and long cuffed sleeves and a bouffant skirt with laee pcblums and insertions in the back and front. Her elbow length veil was of illusion lace adorned with tiny seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Her jewelry wns ,a Burt Scouts Win Honors At Okoboji Camp Burl — Fourteen Burt boys of Scout Troot) 48 spent a week at' 1he Scout Camp at Lake Okoboji. Attending were Gary Abbas. David Bunkofske, Larry Bnnkof- ske. Terry Joe Cook, Duane Gebken, Jerry Giffords, Dunne Hinckley, Jay Hoppus, Roger Lavrenz, John Lovstad. George Patterson. Dennis Shinier, Perry Steward, and Larry Westling. Three Titonka boys of Scout Troop 63 present were Keith Hamilton. . Rodney Hinch and Dennis Wickwire. Merit badges were awarded to Garry Abbas — canoeing, swimming, and junior marksmanship: Jay Hoppus — canoeing and swimming; Dennis Shipler — swimming. Local cars took the boys to and from camp. Ernest Lavrenz is Scout Master. Birthday Circle will meet with Anna Zanke Thursday, Aug. 15. Lizzie Giddings will have devotions and Irma Docge will have program. James Harvey of Waterloo spent the weekend with his parents, the Robert Harveys. Lura Sewick returned Friday from Ireton where she had spent a few days with her brotri&r> Harry Sewick. Miss Sewick was enroute homo from Julesburg, Colorado where she visited a sister, Mrs Maud Allen. Mr and 'Mrs Christy Olson of Blooming Prairie, Minn, were Sunday visitors at the Jay D. Graham home. Mr and Mrs Ol- rhinestone necklace with matching earrings. Miss Evelyn Buschrrfelil, sister of the bride, of Fort Dodge, WHS her maid of honor. Mrs Jack Spurgeon, sister of the bride, was the miniature bride. Eileen Lewis, niece of the bride, was flower girl. James Buscherfeld acted as best man and Duane Saatoff, a friend of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Bruce Lewis, was the miniature bridegroom, and his brother Joe Lewis, also a nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Ushers were Jack Spurgeon and Holland Burnell. The wedding breakfast was served at the hooje of the bride's parents, and the dinner and reception was held at the Planta- tjon Ballroom and dining hall for 75 close relatives and friends. Table waitresses were Mary Ann Reding, Emetine Farrell and Alice Elbert. After a short Wedding trip they will be in Fort Dodge until the bridegroom enters college in Chicago. son attended the Loeck-Rochleau wedding in Algona that afternoon. Karen Steward returned to Hazolcrest, Illinois, Monday after spending several days with her parents the Walter Stewards Karon was recovering from recent nursery and will be able to resume work as nurses aid in, the Hazelriest hospital. The Jolly Ten Club were entertained ,-it Mr.s Robert Hamilton? Friday in observance of her birthday. August 10. Bertha Koestler, Frances Sarchel and Cora Stoxv were unable to attend. Guests were Mrs Carrie Larson, Mrs Bert Johnson and Bernita. Mrs James F. Herring and daughter Margaret Anne returned the last of the week to Washington, D. C. Enroute home they spent Friday and Saturday with Mr and Mrs Wm. E .Ernest in Northbrook, 111. Mr and Mr.s Leonard Daniels with Mrs Bertha Stow attended a Phelps family reunion at the C. L. & B. L. Plielps home. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Chrisloph- erson of St. Louis and Mrs Fred Ryther of Algona called on Mrs J. O. Isenberger Tuesday. The latter returned to Algona with her guests and spent a night with Mrs Ryther. Mr Chvist- opherson is a nephew of the women. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Grahair. and children of Mason Ctyy spent Friday with the Jay D. Grahams. Hairy Sewick of Ireton spent from Friday till Sunday with ,th$ Art Leasons. Mr Sewick is having dental work here. Editor At Swea City To Wed Kay Emery Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Kenneth Emery announce the engagement of their daughter Kay to E. A. Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Carl M. Peterson, Lone Rock. Miss Emery is a graduate of Swea City School, Class of 1957. Mr Peterson is editor of the Swea City Herald. A fall wedding is planned. 50 YEARS At Red Oak, Frank Sell has received a 50 year cert if irate for membership in the Masonic lodge. 4-M Style Show The Eagle-Ettes 4-H Girls Club met recently at the home of Judy Hurlburt. After business, Caryl Larson and Petrea Thoreson. Carmen Larson and Beverly Thorson and Judy Pavik and Karan Goraezkowski gave, demonstrations. Mr.s R. Anderson and Mrs Alvin Swnnson acted as judges. Style winners were: Juniors, Caryl Larson; Intermediate, Beverly Thorson; Senior, Karan Gorac/kowski. The, Baptist Youth Fellowship Rally was held Sunday at Eagle Grove. Attending from here were Mrs Lowell Larson. Maxine Clark, Aleta Jensen, Darlene Mino, Jerry Kluger and Roger Sanders. Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg and children Calvin and Donna mv vacnlioning in the Black Hills. Canada and northern Minnesota. Mrs Elta Anderson of Ledyard suffered a stroke recently 'and was taken by ambulance to Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs Glenn Burrow and her family, Ledyard. Mrs Anderson and her husband, E. E. Anderson, (deceased) some years ago had a shoe store and shoe repair business in Swea City. Cheryle Torino and *Marcia Jensen returned home Friday after attending summer school at Upper Iowa University. Edith and Myrtle Molinder and their friend. Mrs Lloyd Dresser of Ames called Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs William Thompson. Mrs Dresser visited from Saturday until Sunday at the Molinder home. Duane Jensen who is employed at Mankato, spent weekend at the parental, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen home. Floyd Treat of Cross Lake, Minn, spent a few days last week at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr.and Mrs Marvin Larson and Floyd's parents, Mr and Mrs Francis Treat. Mr and Mrs Albert Anderson and family }eft last week for a vacation trip to the" Black Hills and other places. Mrs Emil Larson was hostess to the Baptist Ladies Group 3 at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs Roy Kluger led devotions, and Mrs Maynard Jensen had the lesson. Mrs Larson served luncheon. I (as seen in "Seventeen") "get-to-gethers>* get-to-go everywhere^. ,- No. 105 Prospector Sport Car Coat with No. 110 Plaid Prospector Jacket. Red Hide-a-Way Hood. All-wool interlined, quilted. Red plaid with black, tm AO 10 to 16 .... IHiwO No. 1.08 Solid All-Wool Skirt. Seat lined, matching or co-ordinating E AA colors. 10 to 18 plaid with black. French blue with rust. 10 to 20 _ Oi No. 104 Reversible Plaid Skirt, Red plaid with black. If| AO 10 to 16 IIMW No. 107 Plaid Slacks. Red with black also solid all wool slacks. Sites 10 to 18 ..:.. I 4 MORE NEW HOMES WHAT'S SPECIAL ABOUT ALT OF THEM? CLAYTON PERCIVAL South Harlan St. TED HERBST 808 So. Harlan JOSEPH LYNCH JR. 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