The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1965
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H—Algona (I* \ Uop«r DM Moinftt Thursday, S*pl. 16, 1965 Jergens-Barie Wedding Ceremony Here, Sept. 4 Carol Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens, Algona, became the bride of David Loyd Barie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Barie, Sept, 4, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Father Bruch performed the Double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Mary Sarchet, maid of honor and Dianne Reefer, bridesmaid. Jim Wolfe and Dick Sarchet attended the groom. Cara Lee Taylor was flower girl and Craig Stelnmen, ring-bearer. Jerry Jergens and Allan Vanderby were ushers. Acolytes were Vincent Esser Jr. and Donald Courtney. Mrs. Vincent Bernardo was soloist with Kathleen Griffin, accompanying. The brides gown was of crepe chiffon with an empire waistline with satin oversklrt and train, Her veil was held in place with a pearl tiara. She carried a Aurora Borealis crystal rosary a gilt of her godmother. A reception and dinner was held for 150 guests at 2 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Debbie Wetzel had charge of the pest book. Betty and Linda Reynolds and Terry Farrell carried the gifts. Judy Jergens, Ottosen, Janice Winter, and Mrs. Willy Ellis opened the gifts. Mrs. Harold Baas, West Bend, and Mrs. Howard Jergens, Ottosen cut the cake. Pouring coffee were Viola Trlggs, and Mrs. Guy Farrell, Charles City. Mrs. Kathleen Farrell, Whittemore, poured punch, Table waitresses were Jean Winters, Susan McAtee, Jeanne Farrell, Charles City, Dorothy Baas, West Bend, Linda Fredrickson, Bradgate and Nancy Wolfe. Mr, and Mrs, Barie are graduates of Garrigan high school. After a brief honeymoon the couple will be at home at the Robinson duplex on highway 169 south. Mr. Barie Is employed at Universal Manufacturing Co. (Poundstone Studio foto). Weds At St. Joe ST. JOE - Dianne Mary Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, St. Joe, and Daniel D. Gidley, son of Mrs. Pauline Gidley and the late Maurice Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo., were united in marriage Sept. 4 at 10 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. Sharon Reding was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sheath gown of delicate Alencon lace and angelskin peau de sole, with detachable handkerchief train. The bodice had long tapered sleeves with a petal neckline, accented with tiny seed pearls. A satin covered wedding ring, accented with lace and tiny beads, held the bouffant veil of illusion net. The bride wore pearl earrings and carried a crescent shaped bouquet of burnt orange carnations and white mums, tipped with rust. Mrs. Dale Chicoine was matron of honor and Janet Reding was bridesmaid. Dale Chicoine was best man and John F. Kediug was groomsman. Ushers were Edward lllg and Thomas Wagner. A dinner was held at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona, following the wedding, with 100 guests. Karen and Mary lllg were in charge of the guest book. Sept. 11, at the home of the groom's mother in Colorado Springs, another reception was held. After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Colorado Springs. Mrs. Gidley is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school and Bernel Hair Styling College, Fort Dodge, Mr. Gidley attended Colorado State University and is employed with Alexander Film Co., Colorado Springs, Many Wesleyans In College Or Teaching WESLEY -Wesleyans who have left for college or employment (or will be leaving soon) include: Richartl Loebig, Ronald Root and Mike Lickteig to Loras College, Dubtiqtie; James Walker to Creighton University, Omaha; Gary Miner, Buena Vista, Storm Lake; Vicki Arndorfer, Ml. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids; Dick Jongewaard and Ruth Wubben, Wheaton College; Linda Detmerlng, Marilyn Skow, Mavis Nygaard and Barbara Leek, State College, Cedar Falls; Diane Robinson, Arizona University; Diane Becker and Cathy Lickteig, Mt. St. Francis Academy, Dubuque. Joan Riche and Paul Pfeffer, State University, lowaCHy;Dan- iel Skow, Iowa State University, Ames; Louisa Skow to practice teaching home economics at Iowa Falls, but will return to Ames to complete the course; Reuben Skow will go to Ames for the winter quarter; Fred Glrreswill attend Ames University. Lorraine Funnemark will go toWav- erly; Nadine Engen to a Cedar Rapids Technical school. Jim Raney to college at Brookings, S. Dak. Connie Lickteig to nurses training at Mercy hosplta^ Mason City; Jeannle Nelson to State University for course in speech therapy, Paul Goetz to Hamilton Business College, Mason City; David Studer, Minneapolis Business College; Lewis Studer, Our Lady of Ozarks, Carthage, Mo.; Marilyn Rolling to Junior College, Mason City. Mrs. Ruth Ann Kelch teaches at Hampton, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Mrs. Emma Wise to teach In LuVerne; Donna Blelch teaches in Mollne, 111.; Margaret Flom teaches In Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Will Goetz teaches In Titonka; Francis Richtsmeier teaches at Aurora, HI. Lou Bleich and Mike Welg enlisted In the navy. - o - MUSIC MOTHERS Music Mothers of the Corwith Wesley school met Sept. 7 in the local building with new officers In charge: Mrs. Vernon Gray, president; Mrs, R. E. Jongewaard, vice-president; Mrs.Ben Krebs, secretary; Mrs. Cecil Hall, treasurer. The year's programs were distributed and plans for the year were discussed. They voted to serve lunches at all home ball games. There are an estimated 100 with one fourth of that number in Wesley. The band has 75 members and 93 students have tried out for chorus and glee club. - o - TWO ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sankey observed their 17th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Sankey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman of Mason City, formerly of Wesley, their 42nd anniversary with a picnic dinner at the Sankey farm home Sept. 5. Other guests included Denny Hildman, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs.Larry Hildman, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hildman and Mike of Coon Rapids ; the LuVerne Wesley Girl Engaged; Will Wed Nov. 27 U. Of I. Scholarships IOWA CITY, IOWA - Some 330 more University of Iowa students have been awarded scholarships for the 1965-66 academic year, bringing the total to nearly 1,000 scholarships awarded thus far this year. Among those honored are Charles Earliest known contour map is a chart of the English Channel drawn in 1737. It took Gutenberg fivt years to complete the first Bible printed from movable type. Sire it of Algona, a senior, and Randall Berkland of Cylinder, a law student aid. RITA EISENBACHER WESLEY - Vincent Eisenbacher announces the engagement and approaching Nov. 27 wedding of his daughter, Rita, and Al Goranson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darley Goranson of Buffalo Center. The bride-elect is a graduate of Hamilton Business College of Mason City and is employed at the Exchange State Bank in Wesley. Mr. Goranson is a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames, and is employed at the Phillips Petroleum Company at Bartlesville, Okla.^ Trimbles, Clear Lake ; Mike O'Briens, Cedar Falls; Jule Sellers, Algona, Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs, Leo Sankey of Britt. - o - SHOWER HONORS A pre-nuptlal shower was held Sept. 7 for Judy Seaberg in the Evangelical Free church, 40 women were present, A program was given, gifts presented and lunch served. Another shower was held Thursday evening in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Joe Skow and family. Miss Seaberg will marry Robert Van Hove Sept. 24. - o Duane Altcheson, who is employed on the railroad construction crew at Lake Mills, spent the Labor Day weekend in the parental Clarence Aetcheson home. He plans to leave Nov. 29 for Universal Trade School in Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drummer of Beloit, Wise, spent the Labor Day weekend with Welg relatives. Mrs. Frank Holman, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergeman of Ackley, spent Sunday with the George Weigs and Mrs. Lulu Hanlg and family. Mike Welg, who enlisted in the Navy, is now in boot training at San Diego, Calif. Carol Muth of Worthington, Minn, spent the Labor Day weekend in the parental Melvin Muth home. She is a 1965 graduate of Britt high school and is employed at Campbell Soup Co. Her parents took her back to work Tuesday. Other weekend guests were their son, Ralph Muth, wife and children, David, Debra and Janet Lynne of San Jose, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinck, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinch, Jerry and Kim went to Everly Sunday to attend open house and ...IT'S COSTLY TO MAKE A MISTAKE Are you planning to furnish a single room or an entire home ? Of course you want the utmost in beauty and liveability ! What styles to choose, what fabrics, what colors ? Mistakes can be costly. To be sure you're right, let our interior decorator help you. He will assist in furniture selection, coordination of styles, fabrics, colors, carpeting and draperies. Your dreams will come true, just the way you want them. And there's no cost or obligation for his services. Come in or phone 295-2216. FURNITURE and CARPETS reception for Mr. and Mrs. Art Steinke on their 25th wedding anniversary. Descendants of the late Fred wirths of Story City and Wesley held their annual family reunion at the Algona fairgrounds Sept. 12. Mrs. Ann Young and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude Bray, lioth of Chicago, spent Sept. 2-7 in the home of their sister, Mrs. Orville Smith and family. Mrs. Young and the Smiths spent Friday evening in Forest City with a sister Mrs. Mary Jacobsen and daughter Karen. Sunday, all visited the Grotto at West Bend. Harvest Home Festival will be held in the Evangelical Free church Sept. 19, followed by a week of special services. Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Paulson were honored Sunday in the Evangelical Free church on their golden wedding anniversary. A short program was given at 2:00. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Attlg observed their sliver wedding anniversary Sept. 19 in the Woden St. John's Lutheran parish hall. Circle one of the Methodist women will serve a'buffet supper to the public Sept. 23. The local Salvation Army drive will be headed by Mrs. Edna Flom and will get under way soon. Others on the local committee are Lou Simpson and L.J. Root. John Dilg and son John Jr. and daughter Cathy of Salem, Ore. were Thursday overnight guests in the Rudy Hildman home, They were enroute to Providence, R.I. where John Jr. enrolled in an architectural school. Mrs. Herman Bode attended the meeting of the executive committee of the Hancock County Tuberculosis and Health Ass'n. Thursday at Britt. Mrs. Bode is secretary. Michael Hildman, 6 year old son of the Rudy Hildmans, was a patient In the Britt hospital last week for a tonsil and adenoid operation. Beatrice Hildman and Mrs, John Muehe drove to Dubuque Friday, from where Saturday they left on a chartered bus tour of Belleville HI. for a pil- grimmage and sight-seeing tour of the National Shrine of the Lady of Snow and other interesting points. They returned home Sunday night. Pvt. Eugene Weir of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. spent the Labor Day weekend In the parental Ralph ( c c t c t ( c t c ( c c ( ( • t c • ( c • c ( c ( • c • t ( • c ( • t • t • t • c < ( <b* where she has had a home built and where she wijl live. Florine is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krantz who years ago, lived on the farra east of Wesley where the Rudy Hildmans now live. Sept. 5 guests in the Frank Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Wes Beenkin and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert were guests. "Kossnth County'* Favorite Newspaper" '****************************************************fc Weir home. Guests there Sept. 5 included the Ed Beschs, Whittemore, Donald Beschs, Cedar Rapids, Elton Woods, Algona, and the Edward Otis family of Wesley. Jim Haverly and Karen spent the weekend with their son and brother, Keith Haverly, wife and children, Renae and David Brian in Lacrosse Wis. Florine Krantz of Dubuque was a house guest of the JimHaverlys several days last week and visited many friends here and at Algona. She has taught school in Dubuque the past 40 years, and was enroute to Sebring, Fla. We Are Pleased To Announce The Opening Of A Branch Office At: 108 NORTH STREET ALGONA, IOWA Under the Management of: Mr. RAY ANLIKER Conway Brothers - First of Iowa Corp. INVESTMENT SECURITIES STOCKS BONDS 904 Walnut Street MUTUAL FUNDS MUNICIPAL BONDS Dei Motnei, Iowa "Complete service facilities to all principal security markets" Our ALGONA Telephone Number — 295-7031 *************************************.*- I WOOL KNIT DRESSES R & K Originals Chrischilles Store AIGONA, IOWA

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