The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1965 · Page 6
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Lorraine Stacker, Jerald Harms, Wed At Titonka In a pretty Sunday afternoon wedding in Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka on August eighth, Miss Lorraine Ann Sleeker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sleeker, and Mr. Jerald E. Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harms were united in marriage. All are from Titonka. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Albert F. Gerstmann, pastor of the church. Herman Welhousen, organist, accompanied Mrs. Harlan Harms who sang "Entreat Me Not To Leave Thee," "0 Perfect Love," and "The Wedding Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown with a detachable chapel train of very white silk organza over taffeta and nylon net. The close fitting basque bodice was accented by a scooped neckline outlined with venise lace and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrist. Her controlled bell, two tiered, floor length skirt was enriched with venise lace motifs and venise lace edging. A wide panel train edged with venise lace, enhanced with a large tailored bow with a center rose of organza, swept into a chapel length train attached from the scooped neckline. Her bouffant veil of imported silk bridal illusion was attached to a beautiful pearl and crystal trimmed floral headpiece of matching fabric. Her only jewelry, gift of the groom, was a pearl necklace. She carried a beautiful cascading bouquet of Tropicana roses entwined with green ivy. Serving her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. James Hatfield of Des Moines. Miss Cathy Stecker and Miss Rose Stecker served as bridesmaids and Miss Patricia Stecker as junior bridesmaid. All are sisters of the bride. Janet Meinders, niece of the groom, served as flower girl, Harlan Harms served his brother as bestman. Groomsmen were James Stecker, brother of the bride, and Harris Harms cousin of the groom. Junior groomsman was Wendell Gray, cousin of the bride. Fred Stecker, uncle of the bride, and Wilbert Meinders served as ushers. Grandmothers attending were Mrs. Mary Anderson and Mrs. Greta Stecker, both of Lakota. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlor with Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Stecker of Thompson, uncle and aunt of the bride, serving as host and hostess. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Harms left for a trip to the Ozarks and other points of interest in Missouri and are now at home in Titonka. Both are graduates of Titonka high school and the bride is a graduate of Iowa Lutheran School of Nursing in Des Moines. The groom owns and manages the Oitgo Service Station in Titonka. Three hundred guests attended from Titonka, surrounding communities, Kanahwa, Pomeroy, Fonda, Adel, Des Moines, Boone, Coralville, Iowa City, Dubuque, and points in Minnesota and Illinois. 126 Enrolled In Parochial School, Wesley St. Joseph's parochial school opened last week with an enrollment of 126 pupils, Sister Ralph is '• superintendent and teaches the 38 in seventh and eighth grades, Mrs, Vivian Monson teaches 5th and 6th grades of 81 pupils, Sister Agatha teaches the 38 third and fourth graders, Sister Anthony Marie teaches the 35 first and second graders. New desks have been supplied for the 5th and 6th graders. Some new windows have been Installed, providing more fresh air and an exit In case of fire, All the floors were reflnisned and resealed, Beatrice Hildman and Agnes Lickteig are on the kitchen committee for the hot lunch lunches. Leonard Froehlich is the parish custodian and drives the Garrigan school bus for Wesley students, The 18 first grader Bare Donna Jean Becker, Julie Becker, Carol Bode, Debra Dornbier, Richard Forburger, Jean Hanig, Damon Haujrtman, Dean Golwitzer, Jennifer Johnson, Shari Klein, Jeffrey Krieps, Daryl Kunkel, Ronald Lickteig, Audrey Muehe, Jeffrey Rlchter, Nicholas Studer, Geraldine Vitzthum and Lynette West. Mr. and Mrs/Jake Sweers and Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seefeld accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Moen of Thompson went to Minneapolis Aug. 26 to spend four days at the State Fair and points of interest in the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Erdman and sons of Decorah were Sept. 3-4 guests of his sister, Mrs. Donnelle Vestrum and family and of their mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman. Saturday, they went to Slayton, Minn, for a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Stevenson. Methodist circles will hold their September meetings in the Cora Smith, Katheryn Hauptly and Beverly Ostercamp homes. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen, accompanied by their daughters and sons-in-law, the J. C. Wilsons, Belmond, and the Lee Hildebrands, Britt, went to Dexter Sept. 4 to attend the wedding of a nephew and cousin, Tom Isenhart to Susan Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker took their daughter Diane to Dubuque Friday where she enrolled at Mount St. Francis. Albert Lickteig took his daughter, Cathy, to Dubuque Friday, also, where she enrolled in the same Academy. Both young ladies are 1965 graduates of Garrigan high school, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Weber returned Friday from several days visit in the home of their daughter and family, the Calvin Meineckes at Jamaica. Webers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boeder as far as Jamaica the forepart of the week and the latter couple went on to Marysville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Franzen and children of West Union spent August 27 with the Will Mar- tineks. South Kossuth Cancer Board Will Install A regular meeting of the board of the south Kossuth chapter of the American Cancer Society NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT ioo(je Whin OU-WirU I HupiUlity ii Rcvivri Everything you ever 'imagined. Everything you expect is provided for your complete enjoy- mem and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Large Decorator-Designed Luxury 'Rooms. King-Size Beds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food. Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, •Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions ajid Theaters. Minutes to Downtown — Easily Accessible (o International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. HYATT , looqe , Wlt», Writ* w ffwm HUM Wild* Algona (la.) will take place Monday at the Algonquin Room of the Colonial Motel, starting at 2 p,m. Mrs. Clifford Anfinson of Wesley, outgoing chairman of the chapter, will open the meeting, Officers elected at the June meeting will take office Monday, according to outgoing secretary, Mrs. Lester Lease of Wesley. New officers include, Mrs. Theodore Hoover, Jr. , of Titonka, chairman; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, vice-chairman; Mrs. Roy Budlong of Titoiika, secretary; and Fred A. Diekmann, Treasurer. flmMxminffli Lone Rockl By Mrs. A. A. Krutger Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener,' spent the weekend at the Midwest Retailers Floor covering and furniture market in Omaha and were Sunday evening dinner guests at the McKee Interprise 14, IMS Connie's Column CLOSET-STRETCHER Don't fuss at the clutter in your teenage daughter's room. Get Dad to stretch her closet instead! All it takes is a piece of peg-board, cut to fit the inside of the door. Tack it in place, paint it a bright harmonizing color. Furnish a collection of hooks and shelves from the hardware store, specially made for pegging in place. Presto —necklaces and bracelets hang neatly next to the mirror. A shelf or two holds her cosmetics. Purses, belts, tote bags, umbrellas join the hook-up. Maybe Dad had better make a peg-door for you, too! NIFTY THRIFT NEWS Leaves soon will start falling ... and the "Great Autumn Sale" on the smart new gas appliances you want most is in progress. Hurry to your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. See how easily you can own a helpful new gas dryer, a heavenly new gas range, or a fast recovery water heater. You'll not only find generous savings, but also thoughtful budget plans. Don't miss the "Great Autumn Sale" on the world's greatest helpmates — gas appliances. Northern Natural Gas Company supplies clean, economical efficient natural gas to your local gas company so you can live modern, for less. Take advantage of it! Co, of Omaha. Connie, Jerry and Pamela Wegener spent the weekend at the home of their grandparents, the Harvey Rains, Algona. Kermit Krueger spent a few days at the parental home of A. A. Kruegers and returned to St. Paul on Saturday where he will be entering St. Paul Bible College this fall. Mrs. Erma Pratt, Hurt, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blanchard and Susan, attended the wedding Sat. evening of their niece, Carol Franks, Swea City, to Richard Olson. Susan was an attendant. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and family, Mrs. Anna Wehrs- pan and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rodgers and Dennis were Sunday evening guests at the A. A. Kruegers in honor of their son son David, leaving for Seward, Neb., where he will enter school for Christian work. SCHOOL GIRL'S SUPPER When it's Daughter's turn to cook, suggest this easy casserole: Mix together 1 large can meat balls with tomato sauce, 1 small can drained sliced mushrooms, and 1 cup cooked green beans. Pour carefully into buttered casserole. Make up mashed potatoes (from scratch, or by package directions) and ring them around the top. Dot with shredded cheese. Bake in a 350-degree gas oven about 20 minutes, or till the ring glows with gold. FANCY FRAME-UP When Susie trots home from school with "her very own" picture, frame it with a flourish! Save it for Grandma's Christmas. Find a dime- store frame about two inches larger all 'round. Give it a gilding. Lay the moppet's artwork against plain white paper cut to fit the frame. Border it with double strips of grosgrain ribbon, one in each of the picture's two best colors. Result? So professional, you'll send Susie back to draw a series. And my how proud she'll be. STUMBLE-PROOFER Now that night time comes sooner, "stumble- proof" your front steps with a handsome gas light. You'll love its hospitable glow by your door. Year around, a gas light brings new beauty and extra safety. Your local gas company advises you to make your selection now, while the weather's ideal for gas light installation. You'll hardly notice it on your monthly gas bill — but you'll love it in your yard! the HYATT LODGL © Northern Natural Cai Company, Qroaba, Nebraska

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