The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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vrlr >' . I.. Posi Nuptial Shower A post-nuptial shower was held ?t (ho Pi um Crock Com'- munlty Hoom f or Mrs J( , n , y B(>c _ her of Bode. Members of trie fchte 4-H dub furnished entertainment. Margaret Keith nnd Janice Rode assisted with the Rifts. A tea Was arranged and served by the hostesses; pouring were Mrs fieri Priebe and Miss -Helen Poetz. Hostesses were Mcsdamcs Wayne Keith. Clifton Benschoter. Stanley Gardener, John Scuff- hum, Kyle Keith, George Kain, Howard Seely. Glenn Gahrielson and Charles Dearchs. Mrs Becker is the former Linda Clark. Engaged To Wed ^ To Wed August 6 Mr and Mrs Calvin Bode announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eileen, to Richard Brennen, sort of Mrs Thomas Brennen, Fort Dodge. The wedding is planned for August 6 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Al- fiona. Gospel Team He*e Sunday evening, July 17, at 8 p.m. a Gospel team from the the Christain Youlh Fellowship of the First Baptist Church, Forest City, will conduct an hour long service in th'c First Baptist church. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch, Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eileen, shown here, to William Lampright, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Lampright, Algonn. The marriage is set for August 13 at St. Cecelia's Catholic chOrch. (UDM Engraving). July 4 Picnic Mr and Mrs Robert Can- and family attended a family picnic July Fourth at the parental Allen Carrs at Rcdfield. Weds Rod* Girl Miss Clara Hanson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mimditis flan- son of Rutland, formerly of Bode hecaine the bride >of' Kcimcm Teeter, son of Mr and Mr.} Vcrn Tepter of Algona, Saturday evening. July 8, at 8 o'clock' in SI Olaf Luiheran church at Bode The Rev. M. O. Kraahel officiated. Miss Hanson was graduated from Bode High school, altended Iowa Slate Teachers college at Cedar Falls and is a secretary at Ahgona High school. M', Teeter is- engaged in farming Reunion At Burt A family reunion was heir Sunday in the Methodist church basement at Burt. In attendants were Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Frank Richards, Garner. Mr and Mrs Russell Shipler. Mr and Mr" Maurice Bilsborough, Titonkn Mrs Lou Richards and Dan Hun-' nieot. Blue Earth, Minn.. Mrs Albert Wittkopf, Ila Bilsborough and Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards. In Golf Tourney Among those who attended the golf tournament Sunday at Humboldt were Mr and Mrs Julian Chrischille*, Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris, Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton, Mr and Mrs Robert Williams and Mr and Mrs Georgo buvall. Mrs. Seely Hostess Plum Creek Women's club will meet at the home of Mrs Howard Sccly July 13. Mrs John Scuffham will give the opening number and members of the club will present a skit. Coffee Mrs James Will and Mrs Robert Kelley gave a farewell coffee Thursday evening for Mrs Ray Ross, nee Bonnie St.fiI who, with her five children left Monday for Wrightstown. New Jersey and will fly to Turkey to join Mr Ross who is in service there. Guests were Mrs Gary McDonald, Mrs Willis Grimm. Mrs A. L. Hochleau. Bernadine McDonough a,iid Opal Kern. Family Reunion Mrs Milton Dahl attended .1 Da hi family reunion a week ago Sunday at Perry at Mr and Mrs Van Kvery's. Mrs Van Every is a niece of the' la!e Mr' Dahl. Jan Wenfworth Of Ledyard Is Wed July 3 Ledyard—JaniVe Elaine Wenf- V-'Tlh. d.-M.Khl,.,. ,,f M ,. ., nd Ml .^ Harold Went worth of Ledyard and DHb,., t SHiaealor. son of Mr "lid Mi < William Schaealer. Ring•«'ed. were married at the Burt Melhndi:--! Oh,,,.,.), July 3 wMh !>' v. F. G. Samek officiating. They were attended by JoAnn. sisier of i|,,. |, r j c |,,. ;inf | j j( , n Dixon. friend of (he bridegroom. Mrs Scha<alcr is a Hi5(; jr ra . duate of Ledyard high school ••md v.-.-i/; emploved as school secretary for llin-e years. The hrifl"irroom \vas graduated from the Kini'st.'d high' school in 1D54 and sMvi'l two years in the U.S. Army in Texas and in Germany. If'' K employed at Universal Manufacturing Co.. • Algona. After a trip to the Wisconsin Dells, they will be at home In Burt. Install Officers The American Legion Auxi- liary heard the report of Boys' Stale given by Darwin Jorge'n- •son at their July meeting. Mrs Jack McDonald, president, installed the following officers: Mrs Gus Simonsmoier, president; Mrs Ted Green, first vice president; Mrs Kenneth Reese, second vice president; Mrs Glen Klocke, recording secretary; Mrs Earl Jorgenson, cor- i-esponcling; Mrs Howard Klinksiek. treasurer; Mrs Tim Doocy, chaplain; and Mrs Regina Poppe sergeant-at-arms. Flag Burning Set Gus Simonsmeier presented a new 50-star flag to Scoutmaster Paul Nit?., who in turn present fd it to troop 79 at their meeting Tuesday night. The troop has been authorized to gather old flags for a flag burning ceremony to be held July 13 on the Legion lot. The public is invited. Has Major Surgery Airs Allen Louckes accompanied Mr and Mrs Marvin Blome to Iowa City where her mother underwent major surgery Tuesday at University hospital. Gregg Pingel. four year o7d son of Mr and Mrs Maurice Pingel came home Friday from Abbot Hospital. Minneapolis, where he had major surgery. His grandmother, Mrs Cecil Pingel. 12, 1960 Algono (la.) Upper and Linda, Vieki and Duane Pin-'^a^wrTTl^virl,' Moln«i~9 gel and Mrs Virgil Louckes visited him in the hospital Tuesday. Honored Al Shower U. Robert Miller. Washington D.C., and his fiancee, Marilyn Krarnersmeier. visited over |'|,r. holiday at the home of Marilyn's parents. Mr and Mrs Ali'rerl Kramersmejer. On Saturday evening an open house brirl,-!| shower was held at the F, & [? Church for Marilyn. Kofa'vr, Bashara had charge of the nr<>- gram. assisted by other clas---' rnales and friends of Marilyn. The families of C'< HI Pin'.'e| Virgil Louckes, Allen Lcm-kc-. Larry Pingel and Maurice Piru;e, were among those who attended a picnic at the Don Joiin-nn home July 4. Mr and Mrs Glen Relr-;e r> ; DCS Moines and their fiam 1 daughter Debby Jo Gorman of Kansas City. Mo. visited at the Albert. Barnes home from Monday until Wednesday. Amanda and Minnie Looft of Fort Dodge visited at the N. A. Pingel home. Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pingel of Algona visited his parents the N. A. Pingels Sunday. Mrs George Thompson and her , accompanied her sister.and husband, the .1 A Xv'.-eilVI,'. Jarietle and Lottie Mason, all of LuVerne. | n Clear Lake fo, tl.e July 4th holiday Virgil Mav.on of Kie,. v ille vnilerV ;>'•: aunt. Mr;; (;,•«,,•,.,. Thompson Thursday. Rov Ifer/og. who is ernplov(>fl -row.-, State nif;liw,,y Coin- DAH.V AT 2 | MATINKF.S 1 '. M. Friday and Saturday ___ "Ri.'io A: Fall Of Legs Diamond" 0:21"House Of Intrigue" at 7:45. Saturday matinees — (j Cartoons at 2:00; Lone Ranger And I he Lost City Of Gold 2:50. Sunday -.- "Gidgef" 1:00-2-505:10-7:25-0:45. Monday -— "Gidget" 7:15-9:30. Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday -- "David And Bathsheba" 7:15-9:30. Sandra Dee, Cliff Robertson (left) and James Darren co-star in Columbia Pictures' happy "Gidgel," in CinemaScope and Easiman Color. HURRY UP, BOYS, WE'VE GOT TO GET DOWN HOOD'S SUPER VALU AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE REDIKALUS DAYS BARGAINS -" WATERMELONS LARGE SIZE. . J9c ICE CREAM CONES 5 All Day,Each Day MARIGOLD GOLDEN PEACH ICE CREAM FOR ALL KIDS - 1 TO 100 Yrs. ARMOUR COLUMBIA BACON 35cib SLICED, LAYER PACK Crushed Pineapple ...Iflc 702 CAN mm DECORATED WILD BIRD Coffee Mugs. 3For29c (THURS., FRI, SAT. ONLY) •••••••••••••BHSaai FREE TRIP WEST FOR TWO Let's All Talk About The SPECHULS At REED FURNICHUR Magazine Racks 98c! Smokers 98c! Ironing Pad and Cover Sets 98c METAL ROOM DIVIDERS AND BOOK SHELF 4 Shelf $8.82 BEAUTIFUL SELECTION 3 Shelf $7.84 DANISH CHAIRS Handsome Beige and Tan Green 2 pair only 24.95 PAIR MIRRORS $1.95 Each 12 x 15 Inch FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY mamm 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS $5.95 - ^^^^^^^^^™* ^^^^^^^^^^v^MM^^^MBHBHMM Look For Us On The Street - We Don't Know Where We Might Be ~ But You Can Depend On Us To Have Reedickulous Prices. ROLL- A- WAY BED WITH COTTON MATTRESS 30 'nch Size -$24.95 Twin Size -$29.95 BE SURE TO CHECK READ'S - OUR MANY OTHER REEDICKULUS DEALS WILL BE IN FULL SWING AT OUR WEST OF KORTHOUS STOAR. , CARPET REMENANTS Suitable For Stairways And Halls To Sell At Drastically DISCOUNTED PRICES I WOOL - NYLON - ACRILAN CARPET 18" x 27" Size 75c Each Or 4 For $1.96 17" x 54" Size ._ $3.95 Each Or 2 For $5. REED'S Furnichur Odds And Ends of END TABLES ReedicKously PRICED FRI. & SAT. ONLY PRINCESS BENCHES $5.88 WEST TO HOBARTON "REGISTER" K « 4 W WT ALUi During Redikalus Daze Fri. & Sat. Only JUST TO ENTER INTO THE SPIRIT OF THIS PROMOTION - HERE IS OUR CONTRIBUTION ! CHAMPION REG. GASOLINE JUST TWO BITS A GALLON ED'S CHAMPLIN SERVICE OoJIon - Tov Incl. Wi MV.TW TAX AS WE WON'T BE PAYING INCOME TAX ON THIS DEAL » Gallon - Tax Incl. "i .'.'.. *•»

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