The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1965 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 31, 1965
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Algona (la.) Uppar DM Mottm Tutsdoy, August 31, Mitchell, Burt, Weds Loved a Kohlwes \ Loveda Ann Kohlwes and Keith C. Mitchell exchanged wedding vows the evening of August 21st at the Belmond Methodist church, Belmond, Iowa. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes, Belmond, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell of Burt, Iowa. Rev. Maurice Jones performed the ceremony and Robert Kohlwes, brother of the bride, was soloist. Attendants to the bride were matron of honor, Barbara Solverson of Viroqua, Wisconsin and bridesmaid Judy Johnson of St. Louis, Missouri. The groom's attendants were his brother Norman Mitchell of Des Moines, Iowa, best man; and Robert Solverson, Viroqua, Wisconsin, groomsman. • Ushers were Robert Kohlwes, Belmond and Al Meyers, Racine, Wisconsin. The couple will be at home in Des Moines after a brief wedding trip. The bride is a registered nurse at Raymond Blank Memorial hospital and the groom is attending Drake University in Des Moines. (Mueller Studio Photo) ^^ ployed in the animal disease research department at the State University at Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor. MR. AND MRS. David Yeoman and Janet, Cedar Rapids, have been visiting at the parental homes, Mrs. Helen Yeoman and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith. They had been on vacation at Yellowstone National Park and the Teton Mountains. They also stopped in Des Moines enroute home to attend the Iowa State Fair. MRS. ELFREDA KILIAN and her mother, Mrs. Elfreda Schaffer, have been visited by the latter's son, Louis Schaffer and family of West Bend, Mrs. Wilbur Knecht of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs, William Anlkier, Burlington, CAROL HAYES, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, John Hayes, will soon begin work as director of health, physical education and recreation at the YWCA in Columbus, Ohio. MR, AND MRS. Glen Rlke became grandparents of a daughter bom August Z at Dubuque to Mr. and Mrs. Max Jones, MRS, JERRY LEWIS spent from August 12-21 at the Baptist camp at Clear Lake where she was counselor for high school girls, JUDY NAYLOR, who is em- MR. AND MRS. Leo Thilges returned last Monday from Maquoketa where they spent a week with relatives. MR. AND MRS. Nat Bangs, Cally and Betsey returned last Monday from Locust, N. J. where Mrs. Bangs and the children spent a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gridley and other relatives. They were joined August 1 by Mr. Bangs. MR. AND MRS. James Kolp were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kolp, Bpston, Mass., who went from here to visit with James Kolp, Srs. at Ida Grove. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Und- quist, Polly, Susan and Sally called on Mrs. Elfreda Kilian August 19. He was the first manager of the Algona Good Samaritan Home. THE COMMITTEE of the Si. Ann hospital Auxiliary tournament met Friday to outline plans for bridge tournaments which will begin in October. Foursomes will be played in various homes and anyone interested may call Mrs. John Snere or Mrs, Phil Piamond by Sept. 3, Proceeds will be given to the hospital, FALL /V, COATS LUXURIOUS VERSATILITY! beauty Bettu Casual-mannered elegance, designed by Betty Rose in luscious Montoro Suede (water-repellent, too!) and crowned with a big Spanish lamb* collar. The famous Suzie Wong silhouette with side slits; pockets hidden in the horizontal seaming; huge coin look buttons; quilted lining. White Mist, Poilu Blue, Antelope, Green, Red, Grey, Brown. Sizes 4-16. 539.95 COAT WITH A FAR-FLUNG FUTURE Here you are—in fashion's newest town-and-suburb darling! A great swoop of fur* collar, on luxurious Alpine Cloth, lined in a terrific, colorful print pile. Who could ask for more? Well, more are the newsy horizontal welt seams; low, flapped pockets; and Betty Rose inimitable tailoring! Green, White Mist, Camel, Red, Black. Sizes 8-18. $39.95 *Furs labeled to show country of or/gin. Our coat aristocrat of rich fur- blend, deeply collared in fin-| est mink fashioned with the\<« latest squared-front bib look. A delightful lush-plush design by Betty Rose, and gifted with great figure - flattery! Wild Rice/Silver Blue, White/White, Brown/Ranch, Black/Ranch. 10-20; 1110.00 Ftir labtltd to show country of origin

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