The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1965
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Miss Gingrich Wed Recently At Titonka TITONKA - Lanita Ann Gingrich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gingrich, Titonka, and Oliver A. Kardoes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardoes, Titonka, were united in marriage at a double ring ceremony Friday-evening at Ramsey Reformed chufch, Rev. John E. Janssen officiated. The bride, given by her father, was attired in a gown of white lace and nylon chiffon over taffeta and lace with a chapel train. The veil was shoulder-length, having a pearl crown and she wore a pfearl necklace, gift from the gro6itr. She carried a bouquet of r\d roses and white stephonotis. fler attendants: maid of honor, LeAnn Gingrich, and bridesmaid, Lehnlce Bilsborough. Tom Kar- do<$ served as best man and Frank Kardoes as groomsman. The flower girl was Lanelda Gingrich. Ringbearer, Donavan Beenken, carried the rings on a white pillow. Ushers were Dennis Dontje and Vernon Burkhart. Lavida Gingrich and Lee Frerichs, candlelighters. A reception was held, following the ceremony for 200 guests. Mrs. Frank Kardoes presided at the guest book. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Albert Frerichs and Mrs. Oscar Gingrich. Mrs. Ben Limberg, and Mrs. Frank Dontje poured. Presiding at the punch bowl were Ellen Smldt, Linda Wirtjes and Lela Meyer. Muriel Burkhart and Linda Gingrich carried the gifts and Linda Smidt, Catherine Stecker, Dorothy Brandt and Joan Beenken opened the gifts. The couple took a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells and are presently at home in Forest City, where the groom is employed at Forest City Industries, Inc. He is a graduate of Swea City Miss Ostwald Of Whittemore Is Engaged MARILYN OSTWALD Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ostwald, Whittemore, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Carole, to Ronald Rochleau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rochleau, Algona. The wedding will take place Aug. 22 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. high school and has served four years in the Air Force, having been discharged in February, 1965. The bride is a 1965 graduate of Titonka high school. Wed 25 Years The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir, Wesley, will honor •their parents with a 25th wedding anniversary open house during the afternoon and evening of Sunday, July 11, with all friends and relatives invited to attend the observance at the Weir home. What kind of a built-in listening device does a robin have, that it can stop, cock its head to one side, and then make an unerring grab to pull a long, juicy worm out of the ground? MR. AND MRS. Perry Collins were recently at Dexter to see the latter's brother-in-law, Glenn Dickson, who is hospitalized. They also went to Menlo to see Mrs. Collins' mother, Mrs. Edith Fritz. MR. AND MRS. Don Ritchie were visited last weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cantrall, Cherrie and Curt, Peterson. ROY SMITH, Joel Herbst, Gail Towne and H. L. Hoenk went to Okoboji Tuesday and report a fine catch of fish. MR. AND MRS. Paul Puffer left Saturday on a vacation of a week at Duluth, Minn, and the area which will include Two Harbors and other points. MRS. EDNA Stebbins of Pomona, Calif, is expected here about July 9. She visits relatives at Dayton, Ohio and will be a guest of Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew. She is the former Edna Winslow, a well-remembered family, and Mrs. Stebbins will visit many friends here and at other Iowa points. MARK HUTZELL has been brought home from Park hospital, Mason City, where he was taken after suffering a broken leg and bruises in an accident in which his father suffered a shoulder injury and was also hospitalized at Mason City. Both are making good recovery, though Floyd's arm kept in a sling for several weeks and Mark has to spend a week in bed after being brought home. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Ashland have had as guest a few days the latter's sister, Ruth White, Clear Lake. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Ashland are moving into the G. M. Studer house at 314 East Call street, the former Ira Kohl home. The Studers have moved to Wesley. MRS. ED MEYER had as guests Wednesday Grace Duncan, Decatur, 111., Mrs. Mark Fowler and Edna, Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. William Anderson have been visited by the latter's niece, Sue Larson, Lehigh. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson, came Thursday to take her home. A FAMILY picnic was held July 4 at the parental William Bakers. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hendrickson, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz Jr., Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker and the respective families. JEANETTE WICHTENDAHL spent last weekend at Lotts Creek with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl. The previous week she accompanied Pat Groen, who was on vacation, to Council Bluffs where they visited Pat's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pringel. MR. AND MRS. Dick Mittag, Angle and Dannie of Jefferson were brief visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson's and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakkeri's en- route home from a successful fishing trip at Brainerd, Minn. The Mittags are former Al- gonans. AT THE ANNUAL conference WIN CONTRACT DETASSLERS —for— PIONEER SEED CORN FIELDS CONTRACT DETASSELING ARRANGEMENTS • You arc assigned «J to 5 acres per person. • You can make contract detasselinj? a family arrangement. • Housewives can earn detasseling money without working in a crew. • You work independently. FIELD LOCATIONS WEST OF ALGONA — EAST OF AUGONA — SOUTH OF WHITTEMORE — SOUTH OF IRVINGTON — |jj SOUTH OF TITONKA — SOUTH OF BRITT — NORTH OF EMMETSBURG INQUIRE IMMEDIATELY PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. ALGONA PHONE: 295-2481 meeting of Methodists at .Waterloo last week many former Algerians were in attendance who wished to be remembered to friends here. They were Dr. and Mrs. Earl Burgess, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Pruel, Dr. and Mrs. 'Free! Ortmeyer and Rev. and Mrs. Harry Whyte. Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughenour were appointed for their ninth year here. The 1966 conference will be held at Mason City. THE SCHOOL of Missions of the Methodist church was held last week at Sioux City and was attended by Mrs. Webb Fowler and Mrs. Louis Kelley. CATHY STEELE has begun her new job as secretary for Northwest Airlines at theMinne- apolis-St. Paul International airport. She was graduated from Nettleson Business College in Sioux City last May. MR. AND MRS. M. L. Vander Wall are being visited by their daughter, Cheryl, who has received her master's degree in social work at the University of Southern California. Prior to coming here, she had vacationed in Mexico. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes have gone to New York City to attend the International confer- f (lie Kr' ml ins. Mi . ,IIK! Mrs. Wi'sli", Kirtl< tt ,iif .ilso thore tn 1"' i;i itl"ti ,! \\vi~. DH. AM) MKS. I)" ,111 Knoli and family \\<- v.if.itMnin..'; In Canada. LEONA SMITH ;• .iltcndiiii-; summer scli.'nl ,i( West ciifstor State Colic,'' 1 , I', i. MRS. ETHF.I,r(>TTKHisl.oiiii: visited !>y hoi sisti'i , Mis. Vino Thursday, July 8, 1965 Algeria (la.) Upper Dit MelfiM—7 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crawford, New Berlin, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Rol«rt Knox, White Lakes, Minn., were among those who attended a family reunion June 27 at Mr, and Mrs. James Barretts at Mooreland. ESTHER BARTON spent the July 4 weekend at web'», going there Saturday and remaining till Tuesday with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Cook. MR. AND MRS. Ed Broesder and family attended a family picnic Sunday at the Clifford Lov- stads at Burt. MR. AND MKS. |.;i,:l,,ir,l Moon spent Julv -I .it nh'lmji -.vitli Mr. and Mrs. Dick, v.lm him; a cottage mi Cli.nleston Beach. MR. AND MHS. W.iM.-r Hoffmier, Sliorl'imi, Minn., \vere guests Mond.u ul Mr. ami Mrs. W. Holldorf. MR. AND MRS. \V. Holldorf have Iven visitin! the past two weeks by Mr. and Mrs. llarlan Nelson, their daughter ;md husband of Estliei villc, They are moving into a m \\ hmne thore. MR. ANT) MRS. Merle Conrad spent a recent week"iidat Mm i,i\ with Mr. and Mrs.RidunlStiit/.- man, parents of Mrs. Conrad. MR. AND MRS. lid Crawford, "We've Got Comfort Galore Since Our GAS Air Conditioner Was Installed "... . . . Says Elva Hall of Elva's Beauty Shop "Our many patrons have noticed the added comfort in our shop, and working conditions have improved greatly since we had a GAS air conditioner installed." Elva, right, and Nancy Squire, left, her assistant, are shown in the photo above dressing the hair of a couple of their customers. IT IS NOW POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO HAVE GAS AIR CONDITIONING WITH OUR NEW LEASE PROGRAM - FOR AS LITTLE AS $13 PER MONTH, OR PURCHASE EQUIPMENT, ON EASY TERMS, INCLUDING ALL SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE - ON NORTH CENTRAL GAS LINES. COME IN TODAY AND TALK TO US ABOUT IT! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO 10 EAST STATE STREET - AIGONA

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