The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 2
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a-AI*sr»o (la.) Upfy«r fttt Moln» Thursday, Stpt. 5, ith Ann McMahon Is Bride In Nuptials, Aug. 31 St. Cecelia's Church was the scene of a beautiful wedding Saturday morning, August 31, when Judith Ann McMahon became the bride of Grenville James Chapman. The bride is the daughter of Jto and Mrs F. L. McMahon, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs John O. Chapman of Eagle Grove. Msgr. P. P. Gearan officiated at the double ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with white gladiola and white mums. Bob McMahon and Monte Pearson were acolytes, Mrs V. K. Rising was at the organ and Mrs £. C. McMahon was soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The matron of honor was Mrs Robert E, Gray, a sorority sister of the bride, and bridesmaids were Marcia Stillman, Jack! Van- derWaal and Mary Linnan, the latter of Eagle Grove. Mr Chapman's best man was his brother, Arthur of Eagle Grove. Attendants were another brother, John O. Chapman, Jr.; Jim Wiggins, Clarion; and Dick Schnitjer of Eagle Grove. Ushers were Jerry Chapman, brother of the groom and Jim McMahon, cousin of the bride. The bridal gown had a portrait neckline with imported french chantilly lace and seed pear] trim, short sleeves, fitted bodice with empire waist, bouffant skirt of imported peau die sai ending in a flaring chapel train skirt Her veil was a headpiece of imported silk illusion and fell from a seed pearl and sequin trimmed crystal pleated tulle shell Her bouquet was a cascade arrangement of white roses with a white orchid in the center. The matron of honor and the bridesmaids dresses were identical. They were of pink peau die sai of waltz length. They wore pink halo hats with small veils' of illusion net and carried cascade arrangements of white and pink roses with ivy. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Johnson House for 300 guests. Mrs Gary Lyall of Ames kept the guest book. Dining hostesses were Mrs F. E. Kent, Mrs W. H. Sharp, and Mrs W. 1* lemon. They were assisted by Mrs H. F. Fristedt, MM A. E. KreSttisky, Mrs G. W. StOltnazL Mrs Eugene Mur- t*gh. Mrs L. E. LJnnift, Mrs W. W. Sullivan, Mrs E. A. Schemel, Mrs M. J. Streit, Mrs R. I. Mawdsley. Mrs J. C. Mawdsley, Miss Sheila Sullivan and Miss Barbara Haggard. The bride was graduated from towa State College with a Bachelor's degree in Science. She s affiliated with Delta Delta Dela sorority. The bridegroom is a student at Iowa State College, affiliated with Delta Upsilon fraternity and will be graduated in June, 1958. After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, Mr and Mrs Chapman will be at home in Ames. Out of town guests at- the wedding included, Mr and Mrs loward Peterson, Mr and Mrs 21wood Gray, Mr and. Mrs Pete Waukin. Mr and Mrs BUI Chapman, Mrs Mary Cdron, Rhonda McVickers, and Dick Schnitjer ol Eagle Grove. Also Mrs Maude Smith, Kathy Door, Helen Door, Mr and Mrs A. J. Door and Mr and Mrs Otto Door of Belmond. Also Edward Sauer, Waterloo; David Dikerson, Marshalltown; Van Jones, Sioux City; Corine Door, Des Moines; Mr and Mrs R. J. Laird, Des Moine*; Mr and Mrs Arthur Grattidge, Clear Lake; Mrs W. G. PJMg, Lone Rock; the Rev. E. S. Maynard, Graettirtger; Mr and Mrs William Speer, Jr., Ames; Mr and Mrs Earl Door, Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Oppedahl, Goldfield; Mr and Mrs Vern Lovely, Le Mars; Gary LyaL Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover, Sr., Burt; Frank Cox, Ayershire; and Mrs S. W. Medhurst, Storm Lake. (Photo by Isaacson Studio — UDM engraving). 9 Drivers For Twin Rivers School Buses Oitoien — More employees have been named for positions in the Twin Rivers Community School system. The» bus drivers will include Walter Bakken, Mike Erdmann, Cramer Davis, Arnold Larson, Mike Coyle, Chester Alme, Jess Martin, Clarence Olson and La Verne Page. Cooks for the hot lunches will be Mrs Loran Daniel, Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs John Vinaas at Ottosen, Mrs Cornell Smith/Mrs Dora Gronbach and Mrs Art Vaught at Livermore and Mrs Sid Holland and Mrs Hilda Harris at Bode. Mrs Olvin Haug will be part time secretary at the Ottosen school and Mrs Fred • Hintz will be part time secretary at the Livermore school. Mrs Kenneth Underberg is the secretary for the school board and for Supt. Leuthauser. Leo Tofteberg is the custodian at the Ottosen school and La Vern Leeds is the custodian at the Bode school. Mrs Earl Olson was guest of One Week Sept. 7-14 wee SAVINGS EVENT * • perfect-fitting leg-size stockings Fully-fashioned and seamless !___„ 1 Sept, 7 Thru Sept. 14th M».«|N*,-r, Now 1.66 ^ 3 PAIR$ "rft 4,90 • luxury Sheen Dre» Sheen—plain pr accented seami Fully-fashioned Sandal • Seamlcjt Sandalfoot • QyfiMNKaee 140 • jrirVT, Now 1,28 PAIRS .W3.75 fecdvtfve SUtayat » fully-fwhioped or to* 2.9$ « pglf",,', now 2.49 * i (Ugularly 1.6S a pair ... , Now 1,41 3 PAIRS . . , 4.15 Demi-Toe SennJew Dark Heels * Magi-lace Daytime Shgcw • Walking Sheen Service Weight • Imported Cotton Suetchabjc Top Prest Sheen M- R.jiulorly 1.9$ « p«ir ,V. Now 1,17 3 PAIRS . . . 3.40 Walking Sheen Drew Sheers—plain or accented teams .< N0w'i th» ttmt to buy Belle-Shormwr •Wd Q**^* «» tWi <w»e§"9*y«0r wvlnjj prls^l V/eek , , for 19 gvkir to itad vp en Ihtir ffUChMf for UH, loratr 5I«. 9V4 to TJJ54 «U.» 1} b MM for Christensen's honor at a family dinner at the Marlyn Pflibsen home neat Bdift Sunday in observance m. birthday. Sunday dinner guilts at Donald U*h*r horn* tfire Mf a™ Mrs Arthur Winthtr aM Jeanette Jensen of Osage and Mrs HelWi Rasmusen. Sunday dinner guests August 25 at the Edward Zinnel hoflnS were Mr and Mrs Edgar jacobSbn of Mar*halltown and ftdy T|l- ford. Afternoon visitors the same day were Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Hans Nelson of Seneca. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs John Larson and Mr and Mrs Louis JaCobSoB Spent Saturday at the Iowa State faif in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ddn Wehting 6f Des Moines visited over the weekend last week at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Saia Kropf. The Wehring children Douglas and Kathleen who had speijt the summer here with their grandparents returned home With their parents. Saturday evening supper guests at the Sam Kropf home were Mr and Mrs Harold Kropl and family of Dakota City and Mr and Mrs John Lay and family of Thremunt, Illinois. Sunday Mr and Mrs Kropf were guests at the Harold Kropf home. Sunday visitors at the Ralph Richards home were Mr and Mrs Will Sittler of Humboldt. Visitors Thursday and Friday at (he H. J. Nielsen home were Mr and Mrs Milford Casteel of Ansley, Neb. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee visited his sister Mrs Marie Stoddard at the home of net son Lloyd Stoddard at Fort Dodge Sunday after* noon. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee, Mrs Mina Wehrspann and Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland were among, those present at the Olaf Halsrua home at Bode Friday evening ttr help Mrs Halsrud celebrate her birthday. David McLean of Lytton, student pastor who has been work-' ing' at Ottosen the past month returned to his home Wednesday to prepare for the fall term at the seminary. Paul James of Al- gotia, layman, filled the plupit at the Presbyterian churth during services Sunday mornifcg in the absence of Keith Strayer. Sunday, Aug. S5 Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen aftd Debbie Dale and Mr and Mrs Shermafl Silbaugh and Vickie of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Olaf Halsrud of Bode were visitors at the Magnus Bratland home. Guests at the Richard Kinseth home Wednesday evefting to help her celebrate her birthday were DAVIS Venetian SERVING PLATTER Frf., Sat,, and* Monday limit—1 to ft Cmlomet ,< IdC&i |mt Ilk* tut-cryttol ptotton. Sparkling, tttor ploitle - A by 14 Inch*!. DuMbl*, MiHfrdMM. Utt for urvlng raltib plot**, told eutt, tnoAt, hert d'Murvci, •«. Yo4i1l want le ihew-tNli btdutiful platter In your china coblMl or «• yowr tab)*. ^ DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE J\ Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family, Mr and, Mfg Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs James Barber of West Bend. „ Sunday dinnfr guests at ttit Howard ftellteftson home wer« Mr and M» Roy Taylor and sort Jerry of Austin, Minn. Visitors Thursday evening at the Hellickson home were Mr and Mrs Alvin Fossel and Mr and Mrs Glen Wiggans and family of Thor and Wednesday evening visitors were *% 8 Hirfld Bayse and of Humboldt. Joe Parrill of Clarksburg, West Virginia, has returned to his home following a weeks visit at the Olvin Haug home. Buddies daring World war 11 the men served together in the 490th Basft Equipment Company. Mr and Mrs Everette Coyle and fflfhilf of Winston-Salern, South Carolina have concluded a visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle. Other visitors at the Coyle home along with the South Carolinians were Mr and Mrs Willard Herrington atidjea of Overland, Missouri and Mr and Mrs Marvin Wier and family of Okabena, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ben Guttle, Jr. and family of Portland. Otegefi, and Ben Cuttle, St. of Omaha, Neb., wet% weekend victors at the Oliver ftiweth hofrre. Other guests at tf» KinsetH home tot dinner the same Sunday included Mr and Mrg Robert Naevi of Dakota City -and Mft EtoftaM Naeve of Sheldon, Mr and Mrs Barber dtid family of ^ West Bend, Mf.and Mrs Olvin Haug and family, Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and family of Algom and Mr and Mrs ftalph Richards and family. ^ _ WANT X5iT&JtlNG HEStJLtB We're Changing The Hours Kent Motor Co. 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