The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1965
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Wed At West Bend was a pouf silk Illusion net, topped by a scalloped pearl and crystal crown. She carried a white Bible covered with a cluster of green cymbidlum orchids. Mrs. Dean Banwart served as matron of honor, Mrs. Roger Aberle was bridesmaid. Kenneth Knoblock was best man and groomsman was Dean Banwart. That evening, a reception was held at the bride's parents for 350 guests. For their wedding trip the bride chose a brown and white 3-plece suit with brown accessories. Mrs. Knoblock graduated from West Bend high school and Fort Dodge Business college. She was formerly employed by Carlson Farm Management and Delia Welter, attorney, Algona. Mr. Knoblock graduated from West Lyon Community School, Larch wood. The young couple will make their home at Lester where the groom is engaged In farming. Meet LuVerne Seniors Tuesday, April 27, 1965 Al«»na (la.) Upper Dos Moin**-4 Sunday, April 4, at 3 p. m., wedding vows were exchanged by Janet Kay Banwart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Banwart of West Bend, and Roger Lee Knoblock of Rock Rapids, at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Paul Banwart per- formed the ceremony. The bride was attired In a floor-length bell-shaped gown of slipper satin, with a panel back train, fitted bodice, bateau neckline and long pointed sleeves. Appliqued lace enriched the front panel and train. Her headpiece Gene Gardner Of Bancroft To Wed June 11 SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Groh of Mankato have announced the engagement of their daughter, Christine, to Eugene Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner of rural Bancroft. Miss Groh is now a senior at Mankato State College and will be graduated with a BS Degree in nursing on June 11. Her fiance was graduated from Mankato State College in 1964 and Is working on his Masters Degree in Business Administration. The couple will be married on June 12. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy entertained members of their card club, the last card party for this season. Members in• elude Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Guerdet, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madden SAVE-SAVE-SAVE GUARANTEE!! 'TRACTION r ^ -w Field & Road tractor tires outpull tires priced *20... *50... *70... More or YOUR MONEY BACK SAVE Hie outstanding traction ol this tire will cut field time and reduce fuel bills.^ . I. . HI_^T_TlT_l-«J»*»'» y SAVE Gives you up to twice, the wear over the road... even more in the field. SAVE Our prices are th« lowest. Our service the beat _ _ PREE-60-DAY TRIAL OFFER Let V* install a set of Field ft Road tires on your tractor. If, within 60 day* of the date of purchase, the new Field & Road Tire docs not outpull any other replacement rear tractor tire you've ever bought, your Firestone Dealer or Store will (1) refund within 30 days thereafter the amount paid or (2) allow the amount paid in full credit on any other Firestone rear tractor tires. (This traction guarantee does not apply to special-purpose rear (mctor tire* used in rice and caao (voiing. BUY WOW - TAKE A FULL YEAR TO PAY CALL US TRACTOR FRONT TIRES On-The-Farm SERVICE • Tire and tube wpatr.Ws t Fie* leaner Tte». If w« fix flat* right On-the-Spot can't repair your tire* * Hvdroflation. We are on the »pot, we 11 loan ypu ftuKtollquW weight newonei while youts y9\H tiros on your tractor, ar* being C*w. THREE-RIB NYLON | Plus /TW 'Size All Sizes-Low Priced Joe Bradley Firestone Phone 295-2421, Algona South of Algona Hotel and the hosts, the Kennedys. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Gardners included Mrs. Gardner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor and Glen, also their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gardner of Esther-vine, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McGregor of Bancroft, and Mrs. Lucille Devary of Dolliver. Bertha Gardner of Fairmont was unable to be present due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. HenryLooft were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Gerrit DE Waard home near Titonka. Also present was Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona. The occasion marked the birthday anniversaries of Mr. De Waard and Henry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and family accompanied by Martin Wilberg of Fenton and Robert Wilberg drove to St. Paul Sunday where they were dinner guests of the Donald Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen honored their daughter and new son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nolander of Milwaukee, Wise, at a coffee hour at their home following church services Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Osborn of Fairmont were Easter Sunday breakfast and dinner guests at KRIS HANSELMAN Kris is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman of Livermore. Her activities in school are cheerleading, twirler, chorus and band. Kris's favorite pastime is cooking and playing the piano. Her favorite foods are pizza and lasagna and her favorite song is "Cast your Fate to the Winds," Kris plans to major in Home Economics at the Iowa State University It Ames. Her senior subjects are English, home ec, bookkeeping, economics and government and pre-college math. EDDIE BRISTOW Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brlstow of LuVerne. His activities in school are class play, annual staff and baseball. Ed's favorite pastime is Kris. His-favorite food is pizza and his favorite song is "Mrs. Brown." Ed plans to g6 to college and someday have a job In business administration. His subjects this year are bookkeeping, English, shop, office practice and government. Ed's pet peeve is sneaky people, the ones who do everything behind your back. the former's mother, Mrs. Leona Osobrn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and family of Waltham, Minn., were Easter weekend guests at the parental Olaf Oftedahls. Mrs. Nina Karcht ban been a patient at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines this week having submitted to surgery there on Friday morning. Reports are that she is recuperating satisfactorily. Her daughter, Linda Sue, has been staying at the Robert Fortneys. Vernon Wilberg, who Is employed at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his parents, the Henry Wilbergs. Mrs. Anna Presthus o! Algona attended the bridal shower honoring her neice, Marilyn Johannesen Nolander, Saturday afternoon at the Seneca Lutheran churcn. Mrs. Henry Brown of Estherville spent the Easter weekend with her daughter and family, the Charles Beavers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt and their granddaughter, Laurie, were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's neice, the Robert Nalgs of Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Glen Hoppe home at rural Truman, Minn. Senecans Honor Recent Bride On Saturday Marilyn Johannesen Nolander of Milwaukee, Wise, was honored at a bridal shower, Saturday afternoon at the Seneca Lutheran church. Corsages were presented to the new bride, her mother, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, her aunt, Mrs. Melvin Norland, a classmate, Mrs. Fred Ericksen and Mrs. Ronald Johannesen, who helped with the gifts and the bride's little sister, Debra. Mrs. Ted Jensen announced the program. Mrs. Melvin Norland presented a surprise number, a recording of musical selections taped several years ago featuring the honoree on the accordian and her aunt, Nina Randa, on the harmonica. The program closed with a musical selection presented by Mrs. Henry Looft as narrator, the little Morris Johannesen girls as vocalists, and Mrs. John Johannesen as accompanist. Mrs. Melvin Norland presided at the silver service. Marilyn Johannesen and Jay Nolander, of Milwaukee, were married March 0 at the St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Marilyn is a Home economics teacher in the Milwaukee schools and her husband is employed by Cory Cooperation of Milwaukee. GOTH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lovs, formerly of Mltchellville, Oak Harbor and Mount Vernon, were honored on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary at an open house March 14th in AMer Manor, Washington. Theymoveu to their present home on Mr. Loves' retirement in 1960. GAINED or LOST WEIGHT ? THM TAKE ADVANTAGE Of OUR COMPLETE ALTERATION SERVICE. MODERN DRY CLEANERS and TAILORS Priori* 295-5277 - -. 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