The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 5
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Seaberg * Van Hove Vows, Wes/ey Church, Sepf. 25 A pretty candlelight wedding was solemnized Saturday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p. m. at the Evangelical Free church at Wesley, when Judith Mary Seaberg, Wesley, daughter of the George Seabergs, became the bride of Robert L. Van Hove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove of Buffalo Center. Rev. Percy Carlsson assisted by Rev. J. Janssen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length wedding gown fashioned of Chantilly lace with a fitted bodice, batteau neckline and the traditional llllypoint sleeves and button and loop back closing. The controlled skirt swinging to a back panel of pleated taffeta. A detachable train flowed from a large taffeta bow. The waist length pure silk illusion veil was held by a crown of lace and pearls, and her jewelry was pearl drop earrings and diamond-^'' sapphire necklace (gift^pf,.jhe. bridegroom). She carried a bouquet of golden chalice roses and for going-away chose a willow green three-piece wool suit. The bridesmaids were Helen Skow and Dorothy Simpson (cousins of the bride) and matron of honor, Mrs. Ronnie Folkerts (sister of the groom). The flower girl was Lisa Seaberg, and the ringbearer Danny Van Hove. Personal attendant to the bride was Mrs. Dwight Seaberg. LaMont Stecker and Dwight Seaberg were groomsmen and Keith Van Hove served his brother as best man. Ushers were DavidSeaberg, RuebenSkow and Carroll Van Hove. Miss Anna Flom was organist and accompanied Philip Seaberg who sang "Savior Like A Shepherd", "Wedding Song", and "Wedding Prayer." A reception •for 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony, with Helen Jongewaard at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow aim Mr. and Mrs; ; Robert Boleneus were dininjfrapm hosts, with Linda and Leannah Simpson, Diana Jongewaard and Karen -WHILE STILL HAVE THE COLOR TV MODEL OF YOUR CHOICE *<* ! 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Mrs. David Seaberg and Mrs. Philip Seaberg poured coffee and punch was served by Phyllis Sachau, and Kathy Skow. Gifts were in charge of Louise and Marilyn Skow, Carolyn Englebarts, Bessie Skow and Debbie Sachau. The bride and groom received their education at the Titonka school and the bride was a 1965 graduate of Titonka high school, The groom is engaged in farming and the young couple plan to live on his parents farm following his return from Army service. They left on a wedding trip to Kentucky and the Smoky Mountains. Bride-To-Be Is Honored, Burt Shower HURT - A miscellaneous prenuptial shower was held at St. Joh's Lutheran church, Sunday honoring Marjorie Baumgard, bride of the near future. Corsages were presented by the hostess to Marjorie, her mother, Mrs. Alvin Baurngard and to her grandmother, Mrs. Karl Schipull, LuVerne. Joyce Baumgard registered guests and Mrs. George Manus was in charge of the program. Included in the program were " two vocal duet numbers by Danny and Lori Manus, accompanied by Patsy Zwiefel. "Memoirs of your Anniversaries" was read by Mrs. Manus. Assisting Marjorie In opening her gifts were her sister, Joyce, Marlys Lupkes, Algona, and Patsy Kirchhoff, Humboldt. Marjorie will become the bride of Jerry Gubbels, Ayrshire, Oct. 23. Hostesses were Mary Beth Hamilton, Janice Trunkhill, Gladys Hawcott, Gloria Presthus, Diana Bunkofske, Vera Schwietert, Lydia and Arlene Manus, Eva Shipler, Dorothy McFarland, Helen Wermers, Harriet Black, Velma Cook, Lillian Heerdt, Loretta Lichter, Ruth Long, Hazel Teeter, Viola Cunningham, Ruby Hinckley, Mrs. Lou Hoover, Mavis Johnson, Mary Rasmussen, Doris Larson, Ella Meyer, Gertrude Ackerman and Beulah Dundas. - o WED 25 YEARS Mrv and Mrs. Raymond Westling celebrated their silver anniversary with an open house at their home Sept. 26. About 200 guests registered. Mrs. Floyd Koepke poured. Mrs. Vern Shipler and Mrs. Justin Anderson served cake and Mrs. Clarence Westllng was at the punch bowl. Vickl Westling registered guests. Mrs. Russell Parsons and Mrs. Darwin Koepke were waitresses. Mrs. Edna Smith, Mrs. Harriet Black, Mrs. Doris Larsen and Mrs. Mabeline Lovstad were kitchen helpers. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westllng, Mr. and Mrs. Val Gene Westllng and Donald Westling were hosts. - o Sunday guests at the Alvin Baumgard-'home were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jagels and Mrs. Karl Schipull and Harold, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Schroeder and girls, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Kirchhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirchhoff and Patsy, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schipull and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes and Marlys, Algona. The ladles all attended the shower for Marjorie Baumgard at St. John's church, Burt. Saturday guests at the Lance Rlebhoff home were Mr. and Mrs. J. Wicker, Del and Curt, Sheldon and Rev. John Riebhoff Sanborn. Mr, and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family and Mrs, Adel- hade Schnakenberg attended the Band Festival activities and en- Joyed a pot-luck dinner together at the parental Martin Becker home, Algona, Saturday, Mr, and Mrs, Justin Anderson of Lebanon, Mo. spent the weekend at Raymond Westlings. They and the Westlings were supper guests of Olive Person, Monday evening and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs, Vern Shipler Tuesday evening, They called on Lone Rock friends Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Kim, Lora and Joe and Mr, and Mrs, Harley Troutman, Sr., Algona, were Sunday guests at the Dr, Joe Troutman home, jOemme. The birthdays of Mrs, Harley Troutman, jr, and Meg Troutman were celebrated, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estlierville, were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, the Walter Stewards. Nidas Dermand Weds The Neighborhood Church-by- The -Sea was the setting for the wedding ceremony Aug. 28 of Virginia Archer of Mar Vista,. Cal. and Leonidas (Nidas) Derman of Los Angeles, formerly of Algona. Miss Archer's maid of honor and bridesmaids were all airline hostesses and Mr. Dermand's bestman was Kirk McCorkle, former Algonan now living in Burbank, Calif. The reception for 200 guests was in the church gardens overlooking the Pacific, a very beautiful setting. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Archer, and her grandmother and great-grandmother were In attendance as well as the grooms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand of Algona. The bride was a T. W. A. airline hostess and Nidas is employed at the Douglas Space and Missile plant in Santa Monica in advertising and public relations at the present, but will be transferred to Richland, Wash, to the new Douglas laboratories when they are completed. The couple traveled first to New York City where they were the guest of Jack Dempsey, then to the Virgin Islands and Jamaica for their honeymoon. They are now at home at Los Angeles. MINUTEMAN FLAG 788th Air Force Station in Waverly this month was awarded the Minuteman Flag by the Iowa Division, U. S. Savings Bonds office. The base ranks at the top of Iowa participation in U. S. Savings Bond purchases, with 99 per cent pe'rsonnel participation in payroll deduction purchases. Base commander Ma]. Ward McCombs replied to the Thursday, October 7, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r D«« MoJnM-S presentation he would lie pleased "to fly the 'Minuteman flag' below the Stars and Stripes," RETIREE Pella mail carrier Bill Van Hemert has retired after almost 48 years of service to the post office there. Bill was 70 years old this August, mandatory age for retirement, and har had the longest tenure ' for any mall carrier in Pella. (VISIT OUR ANNEXTOYLAN """ElfyToy You'll love Elfy's wonderful smile! Sturdy vinyl plastic toy blows up to 20" high. Hours and hours of holiday fun, FREE with any $6 toy purchase OR... Lay-Away Purchase of $6 or More. COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona NOW! '66 CH EVROLETS Caprice Custom Coupe NEW BY CHEVROLET Custom Coupe, Sedan and two luxurious new Custom Wagons now. Liquid smooth ride. Power you can order just as smooth and pin-drop quiet. Turbo-Jet V8 engines that go all the way up to 425 hp. Shimmering new interiors. The look of hand-rubbed walnut trim. Elegance everywhere. Made by Chevrolet, so you know what a beautiful value it must be. NEW CHEVROLET We've again specially tailored those coil springs at every wheel to each body style. We've put in new softer shock absorbers. No Chevrolet has ever had a ride like this. Power begins with a thrifty Six at 155 hp, and goes on from there. Turbo-Jet V8's available at 325 hp, 390 hp and 425 hp in all the new Impalas, Bel Airs and Biscaynes. Model shown: Impala Super Sport Coupe. NEW CHEVELLE SUPER SPORT 396 New 300's. New 300 Deluxe models. New Malibus. And two new Super Sport 396's—coupe and convertible—with engines that tell you exactly what kind of Chevelles they are. Both are available with 396-cu.-in. Turbo-Jet V8's, either 325 hp or 360 hp. And both come with special hood, grille, suspension, emblems, red stripe tires, floor-mounted shift. Twelve beautiful new Chevelles in all—and all as new inside as they are outside, headlamps to taillights. Chevelle Super Sport 396 Coupe Nova Super Sport Coupe ALL NEW CHEVY n It's so different, we should really call it the Chevy III. Roofs are swept way back on coupes. Fenders, grille, hood, taillights and bumpers are new on all seven models. Interiors are richer. Power available up to a 350-hp Turbo-Fire V8. You can even order headrests for the front seats and Mag-style wheel covers. What's the economical, dependable Chevy II coming to? A lot of smart '66 car buyers, we figure. Corsa Sport Coupe '66 CORVAIR UNIQUE Still America's only rear-engine car. And with the special steering and suspension you can add, there's no better way to rid yourself of prematurely gray driving. Lots new. Corvair, like all the '66 Chevrolets, has a padded dash, seat belts front and back, new fully synchronized 3-speed. Corsas, Monzas, 500's. Get one. Stay young. SEE THE NEW 1966 CAPRICE . CHEVROLET • CHEVELLE . CHEVY D • CORVAIR .CORVETTE NOW. AT YOUR CHEVROLET' DEALER^ KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 So. Hall Algono, Iowa 295-3554

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