The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1965
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8-Algono (la.) Upper D*J Moinet Thursday, October 21, 1965 LuVerne Girl Bride In 4| Ceremony On Oct. 10 Sliorvl Amif Gnetsch, daughter f Mr. ami Mrs. William Gnotsch, 1 tiVprnc, l>rcanip tlio bride of Miclnol DOU^S White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mirhael Lloyd White, Sfiux City, Oct. 10 at .1 p. m. at the Methodist church, l.uYerno. Rrv. Hoy A. Bieso- meypr performed the ceremony. Mrs. Diirrell Sykes wasorcan- ist and Arthur Sworn, soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jon Putnam, bridesmaids Betty White and Kaye Maynard. Sheila Kenee Struthers was flower girl and ring bearer was Dolton Knight. Larry Knight was bestman, groomsmen were Robert Brad- liam and Robert Miner and ushers were Jon Putnam and Bernard Peterson. Candle lighters were Pat White and Fred Struthers. The bride wore a floor-length traditional gown of bridal taffeta and Chantllly lace. The bodice featured a lace insert forming a scalloped neckline embroidered with sequins and pearls. The bouffant skirt also carried an inset of matching lace. The voluminous Watteau train was held at the shoulders with a trio of fabric bows and formed a spoke design of lace panels and taffeta. Her Swedish crown of crystals held a bouffant veil of illusion. She carried a cascade Iwtiquet of white and blue mums and stephonotis. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. A reception followed in the church parlors for 223 guests, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson as hosts. Mrs. Phil Martin registered guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiley and Mr and Mrs. Vernon Kamp opened and displayed the gifts. The cake, which was baked by Mrs. Roy Guy, was cut by Mrs. Carl Goetsch and served by Mrs. Dorothy Schanke. Blenda Christ) dipped punch and Mrs. Duane Riley poured coffee. Waitresses were Mrs. Duane Greene, Earlen Olson, Karen Olson and Jean Flagel and circle 3 of W. S. C. S. served. The bride is a graduate of Lu- Verne high school and Bernell's Hairstyling College. The groom is a graduate of Heelan and spent 2 1/2 years in Germany. After a trip to Denver and Colorado Springs, the couple will be home at Sioux City. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does Justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Molncs Sherry Bredlow Honored At Titonka Shower TITONKA - A miscellaneous bridal shower was held on Saturday evening for Sherry Bredlow at Good Hope Lutheran church. Mrs. Lowell Bentley was in charge of the ^uest book and Mrs. John Rike acted as mistress of cermonies. Assisting in opening the gifts was Mrs. Vivian Rudlow and Mrs. Shirley Peterson; Lois Bentley carried Rifts. The serving table was attractively set using the chosen colors, orchid and white. Mrs. Wayne Koppen and Lorraine Bredlow poured. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Gertrude Rike, chairman, and Mesdames Frank Fisher, Fred Gray, Leonard Gray, Alvin Honken, Gene Huff, Oscar Norland, John Rike, Veryl Schmidt, Raymond Schutjer, Perry Schutjer, Wm. Smidt, Jerry Wubben and Tom Young. Miss Bredlow will become the bride of Larry J. Peterson on October 23. - o - Mrs. Martha Boyken, Mrs. Mary Budlong of Titonka and friends of Britt, spent from Sunday until Friday sight-seeing along the Mississippi river and in Springfield and New Salem, 111. The Band Mothers held their first meeting on Oct. 4. New officers elected for the coming year are president, Mrs. Elaine Meier, vice president, Mrs. Jennie Rode, secretary, Mrs. Don Michaelsen, and treasurer, Mrs. Dawn Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caralus, Mrs. Harold Denny and Oracle Heifner of Des Moines visited at the L. C. Heifner home on Thursday. Mrs. Mary Budlong, Mrs. Martha Boyken of Titonka and Grace Congdon of Britt drove to Eldora on Saturday to meet the members of their European tour at the J. L. Butler home. They returned home on Sunday evening. Immanuel Lutheran circles met on Thursday evening with Esther circle at the Lewis Gles- king home and Dorcas, Martha and Mary circles at the church. W. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn., was a guest with his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson on Saturday. Good Hope circles meet this week on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday evening Elida at the church and VernaatVernonWen- ger home. On Wednesday morn- Ing Leola at Mrs. Martha Boyken home, in the afternoon Barbara and Elizabeth at the church and evening Gloria at the church. Notes Of iServicemenl FORT GORDON, GA, - Army Pvt. Leroy J. Meyer, son of James Stewart in "Shenandoah" Opens Tthursday at the Algona theatre Standing on the verandah. James Stpwnrt explain* to his youngest «on t Phillip Alford, that it appearn that the female member of the family, Rosemary Forgylh. is just abount rendv to acrept a proposal of marriage from Doug MrClurc in Universal'* stirring epic aroma in Technicolor, "£>hcnnndoali." Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Meyer, Fenton, Iowa, completed a six- week lineman course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga., Oct. 15. During the course Meyer received Instruction in the maintenance and repair of lead covered cables, open wire and field communications lines. He entered the Army last May and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier was graduated in 1962 from St. John's high school in Bancroft. THURSDAY thru WED. except Sunday - "Shenandoah" 7:25-9:35 FRIDAY 2 Midnight Horror shows starting at 11 p. m. "Brainstorm" and "The Woman Who Wouldn't Die" FRIDAY and SATURDAY matinee at 1:30 SUNDAY - "Shenandoah" 1;303:15-5:00-7:10-9:20. FRL, OCT. 22 MIDNITE SHOW ! AT 11:00 P.M. ALGONA STORM The most fiendish idea ever conceived by the human brain 111 Wouldn't ...WILL LIVE FOREVER /\S/\ MASTERPIECE OF SUSPENSE! GARY MERRIILJANE MERROW, DOORS OPEN AT 10:30 P.M. - ALL SEATS 90c GOOD NEIGHBORS OW TO AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Allan Bellinger, Fenton THURS. thru WED. OCT. 21-27 - FRI. - SAT.: MATINEE AT 1:30 ALGONA JAMES STEWART ^Co-starring' DOUG McCLURE • GLENN CORBETT PATRICK WAYNE • KATHARINE ROSS and ROSEMARY FORSYTH PIUS COLOR CARTOON AND SHORT SUBJECT ^^ This week's Country Neighbor is Allan Bellinger, 64, who has farmed for the past 17 years on' 1 'the same place two miles south and a half-mile east of Fenton. This, however, is the last year of farming. Before moving near Fenton, he farmed in the Depew area. Farming 360 acres this year, he has 160 acres of corn, 70 acres of oats and 90 acres of beans and there are 35 acres of hayland. He also raises hogs and cattle and calls cattle, corn and beans his favorite jobs around the farm. His prime hobby is mechanics, and it comes in mighty handy around farm machinery. Mr. Bellinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger, was born July .15, 190} at; Fenton.. He,,, and his wife the former.Clarinda, Hengel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jocob Hengel, are members of St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. She was born in Palo Alto county. Mrs. Bollinger met her husband at Fenton. She calls baby sitting for grandchildren her main hobby. The Bellingers have four children, Marvin and Keith at home, Floyd and Kathleen, both married. Mr. Bollinger also has four brothers and a sister. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Upp«r D«s Moin«s Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S BEST - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Paptc New Idea Farm Machinery ferric* COlUiMU* JO way* N. Mala St. Phone 29S-M51 Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction r»r iii«, drtngth, IOM Hi* and MM oi building, iniUI on — SIOUX — Another •dvuie*m«ol In •iiltr (arming. E. E. Hoblnion E»t on Hwy. II Phone 2954374 BUSCHER BROTHERS pack seven ytan pf experience and knowledge into thtir location on North Main Street. Gib and Dick Buichtr know »he wants and needs of area farmers. They handle only (he very best in farm equipment , . . brand names you know and trust . , . including Minneapolis-Moline, Kelly-Ryan, New idea, Papec and Knipco. Stop in and see BUSCHER BROTHERS today) BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3588 Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Mauty-Hirrli Alllt-ChalmtM Oliver CMC Truckf Flmton* Tir«l Phone 295-2421 Algon* Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE WILLIAMS , 1 0 llfi) i> a S I of * ,:n i \i v'l'.i oil hi^liwd) I'ln.m- .").".-.;Ji Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer KAKM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TUL'CKS Sales & Service Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing • Hiding 8h»*t M*l»l C«i or Oil Uoitt Pumpi Wa!er 8yH»mi Complel» ru»ur««

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