The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona (la.) Upper Det Molnes Tuesday, July 20, 1965 is Connie Molacek, Bonita Kiilsholm, and Jean Ann Dodds. Susan Dodds, Connie Molacek and Linda Dodds each gave a talk. Jean Ann Dodds gave a demonstration. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Pictured above are the Senators of the Senior League, coached by Rick Slobe and Dave Hanselman. They are, left to right John Chrischilles, Craig Carson, Neil Anderson, Tom Taylor and Randy Studer. Second row, left to right - Steve Chrischilles, Gary Hagen, Larry Taylor, Paul Christiansen, Gerry Cink and Louis Weber. Jeff Boyken Of Titonka Weds; To Air Force 27th Miss Arndorfer Wed Recently, St. Benedict Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and Ronald, son of Mr. Edward Gramza, Chicago, were united in marriage Saturday, July 3, at St. Benedict Catholic church. Rev. Nicholas Ruba performed the double ring ceremony. Special assistant was Jerry Howard, SJ, Chicago, friend of the groom. Acolyte was Bill Reding, nephew of the bride. The bride, given away by her father, was attired in a bell- skirted gown of organza and Chantilly lace with a detachable In a pretty afternoon wedding solemnized at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ellsworth, Sunday, June 20, before 200 guests, Miss Lois Carolyn Thompson became the bride of Mr. Jeffrey William Boyken. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thompson and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken of Titonka. The double ring ceremony was performed by Pastor A. J. Pringle of Riverside Bible Camp, Story City. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Dwayne Hill presented a program of organ selections. For the wedding march, she played Handel's "Processional, and following the ceremony she used Mendelsohn's "Recessional".- Serving her sister as matron bi honor was Mrs. Jerry Pearson of Wilmette, El. Mrs. Raymond Thompson Jr. was brides- matron and Miss Marcia Aldinger of Spencer served as bridesmaid. Mark Boyken served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Marsh of Danville, HI. and Phil Cooper of Dubuque, friends of the groom. Raymond Thompson Jr., brother of the bride, and Dverg Krantz were ushers. Karl and Quentin Boyken, brothers of the groom were candle lighters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken, grandparents of the bridegroom were special guests of honor. The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Stanton James, Story City, in charge of arrangements. After the reception, Mr, and Mrs. Boyken left for a trip to a lake near Brainerd,.Minn. and later for Colorado. Both young people graduated from Iowa State University in May. Mr. JBoyken is a second lieutenant ir» the U.S. Air Force and will enter service July 27th. Bert Time Summer is the ideal time to schedule a thorough checkup for your heating system — while it w shut down. cape train. She wore a silk illusion shoulder length veil, with a crown of pearls and carried white roses and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Arlene Arndorfer, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mary Sefcik and Peggy O'Neill. Flower girl was Diane Tigges. Best man was Dan Morgan, groomsmen were Dan Ahlness and Tom Arndorfer and Norm Gilson, Mr. ana Mrs. George Roeder acted as hosts at the Johnson House where the wedding dinner and reception was held. Out-of-town guests included Edward Gramza, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Torgersen and family, and Clara Gramza, all of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Krones, Gilmon, HI. Ron is employed by the Royal McBee Corp. in Chicago and Alice will be attending Mundelein College there. After a wedding trip to Rockton, HI. the couple is at home in Chicago. 4-H Club Plans August Tour Of Orphanage Union Alethean 4-H club met July 6 with Susan Dodds as hostess. Roll call was answered by 13 members and 3 guests were END HARVEST DELAYS with DRY-O-MATION Be the boss at harvest time. With STORMOR Dry-O-Mation you harvest when you're ready and harvest as fast as you can. Drying capacities up to 5,000 bu. per day; storage capacities 1,000 to 36,400 bu. STORMOR Dry-O-Mation proven by thousands of farmers nationwide. It precisely matches highest quality steel bins with perforated drying floors, fans and automatically controlled heat units. SEE DRY-O-MATION & THE QUALITY STORMOR LINE AT: STOCKDAIES of lowo Falli, 10, Local Representative KYLE KilTH, Algona, Iowa DONALD G. BUDLONG, Box 150, Titonka, la. present. A summer tour to Sioux City and visiting an orphanage is planned either the 10 or 12 of August. They also made plans for the achievement show. Linda Nitchals made the ribbons. Trudy Alt and Patty Hansen were to get the judges gifts. The committee NOW thru WED. MATINEES DAILY 1:30 BEST ACTRESS! Plus 4 other * Academy Awards! Maijr Fbppins *'/ 3*.! ANDREWS-VAN DYKE rECNNKXHOR* " MAT. $1.00 — EVE. $1.25 ' CHILDREN 75c ANYTIME Wed. thru Saturday, July 21-24 THURSDAY IS "BUCK NITE" The Whole Carload for $1,00 3 BIG FUN HITS1 COMICS IN UNlFORKA....MAK€^BI<J-.CRAW.fyN.F(LL€0 HIT NO. 1 SHOWN AT 8:45 //ONEYfA HIT NO. 2 SHOWN AT 10:30 ADVANCE TO TWE REAR HIT NO. 3 SHOWN AT 11:50 Following in the hilarious fun-steps of "Mister Roberts". R 5 OBERT BURL WAITER , TOMMY KAYMEDFORD TCCIIMlCCM-Ow' I YOU* IUCKY JNTMTAINMiNT NO. i»j.71 ^ 8IGGER-BRIGHT€£-eHARPER fryffil

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