The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 13
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Sharon tallies Of Ti tonka A Bride Aug. 18 A fjretty wedding took place Sunday afternoon, August 18, at 2:30 in Des Moines when Sharon Kay Callies. daughter of Mr and Mrs Cart P. Cal- Ires of Titonka, became the bride of James Frederick Ehgel of Des Moines, son of Mrs Lucille A. Engel and the late Frederick E. Engel of Des Moines. The ceremony took place at the First Methodist church chapel with Dr. C. Clifford Bacon in charge of the services. The bride .given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white gown of pure antique silk, floor length, chapel train with bustle effect, scalloped yoke of imported French lace on slightly elongated busque bodice, short shirred sleeves. Her fingertip veil was of tulle and pearl tiara. Her flowers were Lilies of the stzfi-ofttfuilftg a wtiit* otchid on a white Bibte. Mrs William Amesbury of ti- tonka, twin siater of the btid% served as matron of honor. Carol Callies, also of Titonka served her sister as bridesmaid. Best man was Larry Anderson of Des Moiftes and F. Robert Madlin of Moline was groomsman while ushers Were James McKim, Burlington, Eugene'Mil- ler of Oregon, 111. aftd Donald Granbais of Libertyville, 111. Ring bearer was Larry Anderson of Council Bluffs, the groom's cousin. Approximately 100 guests gathered in the church parlors for a reception following the wedding. Hostesses were Nancy Duhl, Mrs Marvin Mowrey, Mrs W. O. Cunningham, all of Des Moines, Rosemary Hanel, Prairie City, Mrs John H. Anderson, and Mrs Harry A. Anderson of Council Bluffs. > After a wedding trip to Estes Park, Colo., they will be at home at 401 W. Michigan, Urbana, 111. The bride is a graduate of Titonka High School, graduate of Iowa Methodist School o* Nursing and Dralte University with a B. A. in Nursing. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. 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Jf it's travel, Jet you on one of the Super Dome HIAWATHAS or Western "Cmes" Streamliners. Ask your neqrest Milwaukee Road Agent The Milwaukee Road The Prlendry Railroad of the Frfendfy West ^ EMi li Hwi I.,, Elrit Presley, silll the leader in the popular music field, is starred in "Loving You," techni- color music'al now playing through Saturday at the Algona theatre. be a clinical instructor at Burnham hospital, School of Nursing at Champaigne, 111. this fail. The bridegroom is a graduate of Des Moints School, graduate of Drake University ,is a Sigma Phi Epsiton, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi sorority and is now working on his Ph. D. at the University of Illinois under Ford Foundation Fellowship. Honored At Shower A miscellaneous shower was held at the Methodist church fellowship hall Friday evening honoring Sharon Callies who became the bride of James Engel of Des Moines, funday, Aug. 18. Mrs R. L. Krantz poured while Sharon's twin sister, Shirley and another sister Darlene, assisted with the unwrapping of the gifts. Linda and Cynthia Budlong carried the gifts to and from the table. A program preceded the opening of the gifts after which lunch was served by the Hostesses: Mrs Robert Budlong, Mrs Leonard Callies, Mrs Ted Dunmire, Mrs Louis Huber, Mrs R. L. Krantz, Mrs Robert Lang, Mrs Walker McDonald, Mrs Harry Mehlan, Mrs Miller Nelson and Mrs Edward Sathoff. Family Reunion A family reunion was held at the S. G. Keagle, -Grof er Keagle and Mrs Carrie Wilson home Saturday evening. Those attending were Mrs Viola Keagle Wright of Okinawa, Mr and Mrs Raymond Keagle and family, Mr and Mrs Bob Keagle and family, Mr and Mrs Stanley Kea gle and family all of Minneapolis. Minn., Mr and Mrs Logan KeagU and family of Mayer, Mr and Mrs Dorwin Keagle and family of Terril, Mr and Mrs Neal Asse ano family of Milwaukee, Wis., MJ and Mrs Burton Yale of Lehigh Mrs Lnvonne Slengerland anc family of Eslheryille, Mrs Leom Ogilvie and children of Blu*. Earth, and Mr and Mrs Ceci Begley and family of Howells Nebraska. Mrs Mary Budlong entertained Friday afternoon in honor of Mr; Howard French of Phoenix, Ariz, who has spent the past few day; visiting Titonka friends here Those present were Hazel anc Edith Budlong, Mrs Harry Beed Mrs Homer Downs, and Mrs Jay Budlong. Mr and Mrs David Ryder and family of Houston, Texas arrived for a two week vacation at the home of her parents, Mr and Mn Wm. Boyken and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Archie Struthers and daughters Karen and Kathy of Oakdale arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Howard Andrews Monday. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer ol Corwith and Mrs Anna Swytev were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Welhousen arid Cecil. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Carl Krause and Linda. Mrs George Arends of Covina, Calif., left Sunday after a visit at the home of Mrs Erna Franzen and other relative's and friends. She will visit at Brit 1 before returning to her home. Mrs Doris Sathoff arrived home after undergoing major surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital, Monday, Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harms moved to their home which they rented in Lakota Sunday and in so cloing participated in a series of moving in TitonKa. Mr and Mrs Alfred Baade are moving to the Harms home and Mr and Mrs Donald paUmann of Britt are moving in the Alfred Baade home. Mrs Erip Peterson has rented the apartments back of the Library and Mr and Mrs Lake Poiton have rented the former Glenn Parcel home and Mr and Mrs Parcell have moved to the farm home on the Madoje corner east of Titonka. Mrs George S a c h a u and Phyllis, Mrs J. L. Intermill and Ruth and Margaret Everding were Ma*on City visitors Thursday. They called on the G. J. Sartor and Julius Tesch homes. Mrs Henry Van Hove and son Bobby left by train from Manley, Friday, where they were to spend four days at the home of Ml ay04 Mrs H. enroll Via Move at Lawton, Okla. They planned to return Tuedsay. Walter Bsade ha* rented tht buildings of Walter ttaaefc and started a cef repair and Wfeldiftg shop in Titonka. He fotfwerly wotMd at tttfe Henry Pl*tei«f impair shop at German Valley. Mr and Mrs Hugh Hatelhorsi of Kansas City was a Sutiday and Monday visitor at the hofnc of Mr and Mrs George Sachau aftd family. A picnic difttrtf was held Sunday with Mr Heflfy Van Move and family aftd Mf and Mrs 3. L. Intel-mill a«d family present. Mrs Haselhorst is e cousin on the intermill side. Mr and Mrs Edward Brandt and family returned Sunday from a trip to Colorado and western states. ftollyn Moe of Lake Mills arrived Thursday for a few days visit at the home of his afcftt and uncle the Alvin Honkefll »f Titonka. Friday dinner gtiifets at their home were Mr and.SIfs Ray Johnson, Gordon and @ienn of Monmouth, 111. , U ; Sunday supper guesfa, -at tht home d£» Mr and Mr* J. 14. .Intef- mill attd'femily were Mr arid Mr* Hugh Hktelhorst t>f Kansas City. Kan., Mr tend Mrs George Sachau and family and Mr Henry Var> Hove and Karen. Swea& Eagle >» Men Attend Retreat Twp, Baptist Swea 8c,Eagle — The Baptist Men's Retreat was held Saturday and Sunday at Assembly Grounds, Iowa Falls, attending from here were Rev. LeRoy Carter, Dettmer Thompson, Lional Thompson, Ervin Link, Sam Link, Walter Mino, Tom Preston and Tom Preston. Mr and Mrs Adolph Anderson of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mr Ned Nelson and their two son of Wheaton, 111. were last week Tuesday dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson. Mr Nelson is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Anderson. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Ozanne and a grandson of Des Moines were Monday noon dinner guests a friends, Mr and Mrs Dettme; Thompson. Harold V. Jones is having trees removed and ground levelet making ready to build a new, barn on his farm. A new all modern six roon house is being built on Freda anc Helen Burgeson's farm, where Mr and Mrs Merlin Burgeson are tenants.! ' ':••'• Mr and Mrs Floyd Gabel and their four children left Tuesday for their home at Canton, Mo after two weeks visit here at his parents, Mr and Mrs Martin Gabel. Floyd is athletic coach and teaches in the Canton Publife School. Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson and sons, Jerry and Robert, are vacationing at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr and Mrs Wm. Christensen. and son Billy and their granddaughter, Karen Haugen, Burlington, were last week Monday evening visitors at Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. Mrs J. A.'Me Coy and children Kay and David of Decatur, 111. visited her parents and other relatives here last week. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy and children Beckie and Mark vacationed at Lake Okoboji Tuesday until Sunday. Janiqe Rickard of Rolfe if visiting her uncles and aunts, Mr and Mrs Ervin Link, Mr and Mrs Sarn Link and her cousin, Mrs Tom Preston. Mr and Mrs Reubin Holcomb and sons are visiting his brother, Martin Holcomb and his family at Baltimore, Md. They plan to be away two weeks. Mr and Mrs Floyd Stewart and children Donald and Shirley of Moline, 111. came Saturday for two week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Tish and other relatives. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Sanftner of Minneapolis are visiting her mother, Mrs Chrigtena Swanson and his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftner and other relatives here. Francis Torine took his daughter, Cheryle to Traer, Monday! Cheryle will teach 1st grade. Thi^ is her first teaching position. .Mrs Bruce Shafer ana daughter Debra Sufj^yJip have spent th$ summer at'Milwaukee, visited PLANTATION BALLROOM WJflTTEMORB, IOWA Friday, Aug. 23 GRAND OLE OPRY with Frcnk Buhr Sunday, Aug. 25 GUY DE LIO Friday, Aug. 30 Teen*Ag§r Dance Hugo Neumon Orch. Sunday, Aug. 1 EPDJE SKEETS Friday, Sept, 6 LeoJ. His Pioneen ' !!' .!>(. 11 Ilmm I.JU, ,, W ,. „,„ Ifc Btflff Open at 8:30 over the weekend with her and aunt, Mr and Mrs lohn Jongberg and other relatives.. After her visit here she will join her husband (who also Tias been ifi Wisconsin) at their home in Wessington Springs, S. D. Mr and Mrs Shafer will teach the next school year. Mr and Mrs Dick Lanning of Fort Dodge were weekend visitors at the Glenn Olson and William Gies homes. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Vktat Fitch tyr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family left Saturday for Phoenix. Aril, where they will visit the VernWn Larsen family, Mr and Mrs'A. W. Young of Cleat Lake spent last week at the C. Li Young home. ; Mr .and Mrs Herbert Nelsen entertained at a pichte Sunday in honor of Cyrus ,Heifher and Glen Heifncr of ttbshoH, So Dak., uncles of Mrs Nelsen. Those attending the picnic were Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family. Mr and ; Mrs Donald Michaelsen and familv, Mrs Mary Michaelsen, Mr •and Mrs. Ed Zwiefel and Arlo Zwiefel. Arden Mel sen spent the weekend at Appleton, Miftfi. Mrs Ray Fitch and her father, Charles Clark attended a famtiy get-together and dinner at the George Johnson home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Bob Clark and Sue were Friday guests at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Ben Potter of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dick Potter, Larry and Connie of Kandryoki, Minn, were Saturday evening visitors at the Ray Fitch home. Mrs Jessie Schmidt of Rtlth- ven spent Friday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr and Mr* Ray Fitch. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller of Algona and Bill Batt of Burt were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Mrs Ray Fitch and Charles Clark spent Sunday afternoon and were also supper guests at the George Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling o! Ifvington were Sunday evening callers at the Ray Fitch home. . Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Kermit attended a family reunion at Webster City. Stanley Hansen of Blue Earth Glen Heifner and Cyrus Heifnet of Rosholt, So. Dak. Visited at the home of Earl Zwiefel. Mrs Bertha Stow of Burt, Mr? Lawrence Govern a.nd Vickie Schrader visited Corihne Zwiefel. Thundery, Atrftrsi SI, ttS? Algeria (la.) U>p«- D*i Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and fatnily and Mr find Mfs L. G Huber were Sunday guests of the Verne Frickels at Mankato. Visitors Sunday evening of the Ear] Zwiefels were Mr and Mrs Jim Huber and Gary and Virgil Heifnet. It is better to say a good thing about a bad fellow than to Say a bad thing about a good fellow. ST. JOE NEWS Janice Kenne, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kenne of Belmond, spent last week here with her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormann and JoAnn. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and daughters left on Sunday for a week's trip through Northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders returned home on Monday from Wilmington, 111. where they had gone for a visit with Mrs Friders' brother, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mueller. Mr and Mrs Pete Mueller parents of Mrs Friders who had accompanied them to Illinois, remained for a longer visit. Kristine Plathe, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe, had her adenoids removed in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital ifi F6*l Dodge on Monday morning. t mm, Aim, WOODY HERMAN And Mi* thltd Hetd BNG'S MERRYMEH SAf ., AUO, JULES HERMAN And Hi» Orchestra TUES., AWG. 87th Teen's Cite Hop 8 id 11 p.m. Dick C Spinning your Top SO Tunes The Sh-Boom Boy* THE CREW CUTS With AL NOYCE And His Orchestra .Everyone Saves During Featuring the All-New De Luxe Super Champion \**-\' At An , Amazing low Price •mBp^l^HEi THE oy£ TIRE ?«S§s* ; W ad T. „ | ,',,ead d«*<9 nl 40 Slxe6.7Q.13 Blaekwall Plui tax and •\ cappablt tlr« i < ALL SIZES ON SALE tyou pay! iSS Tl sizi 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7,60-15 8.00-15 IIIIMri BUCK* $15.88 16.40 18.40 20.15 »l WHITE* $20.10 22.55 14.70 27.05 TIM SUCK* $18.55 20.55 22.55 uu WHITE* $22.75 25.20 27.60 30.75 little as *Plui tax end rteoppablo llr* a week Tractor Tire Sale Be sure to check on Bradley Bros, tractor and trutk Tire Sole Now In Progress. 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