The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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Thoreson-Reed Nuptials Mr and Mrs Darryl J. Reed are shown afler Iheir wedding, March 22 at the First Methodist church here. The bride is the former Judith Kay Thoreson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kermit Thoreson, Algona and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Lewis J. Reed, Algona. The complete wedding story was in the last issue.'The couple are at home in Syracuse, New York where Mi- Reed is employed by General Electric. (Isaacson photo — UDM Engraving.). Thursday, April 9, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnet-S Wed Here March 29 president; Pat Metzcn, vice president: Ruth Jorgcnson, secretary; Irene Elbert, treasurer; Marilyn Brown, corresponding secretary; Jean )J3ilycu, extension officer. Kailiy Sorensen gave the lesson and cpinmitteco tor the spring Umquei May 2 were appointed. The Eighth Graders Dancing Club had a sock hop Friday evening at Lucia Wallace gym. Music was furnished by the nevvly- oi-Ranizcd, 13 member high school swinfl band. Mrs Allan Buchanan and Mrs Craig Smith are cochairmen of the parents committee for this year's club. —o— Methodist ladies attending the district W. S. C. S. meeting at Bclmond Thursday were Mrs L. J. Malueg, Mrs j. B. Asa, Mrs Kenneth Medin, Mrs Louis Kel- k'y, Mrs'George Wolf, Mrs Roy Hi.il7.ell, Mrs Louis Preul, Mrs Clint. Lighter and Mrs T. C. Hutchison. —o— Mrs' A. E. Kresensky was hostess to the Bel Canto club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs E. C. McMahon and Mrs Fred Geigel were in charge of the program, on church organs. The group visited St. Cecelia's Catholic, l.ho Congregational and St. Thomas Episcopal churches. —-o— Ruth Circle, young mothers circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday evening, April 14 at the home of Mrs Joseph Snow, Wesley. Mrs Cletus Elbert and Mrs Russell Rcntz are co- hostesses. Mrs William Marshall will give devotions and Mrs George DuVall, the program. Mary Recker ervices Held Rites Thursday Funonil services for Mrs Maty ru>clu:r, 71, St. Bcne-'icl, were he'd at Si.'iO a.m. Wednesday in the St. B-fiedict Catholic church. Uev. Francis Conway was celebrant at the solemn requiem ma's. Burial followed"in the St. Benedict cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Six nephews served as pallbearers. Mrs Reckor died Monday at St. Ann hospital here. She had been 'a patient at the hospital for eight days and succumbed to a lingering illness. Marv Siemer, daughter of 'Mr and Mrs Bernard Siemer, was born at Oldenburg, Germany Aug. 23, 1880 and came to Iowa at the age of 12. She became a resident of Kossut.h county in 1B08 and lived in the St. Benedict area the rest of her life. She was married to Bernard Rccker in 1908 at Wesley. He preceded her in death in Nov., 1955. Mrs Recker is survived by three daughters, Ermina (Mrs Clarence Vaske), Bancroft; Joann (Mrs Ed Lickteiff), Burl ;and ; Marie (Mrs Bernard Kisch) Charles City; three sons, Clarence and Alvin Recker, Corwith: and Lawrence Recker, Elma; a sister, Johanna (Mrs Rickc), Morgan, Minn.; two brothers, Clem Siemer, .Morgan, Minn.; and Louis Siemer, Mesa, Ariz.; and 21 grandchildren. Mrs Rccker was a long-time | member of the St. Benedict Guild. Mr and Mrs Donald W. Karlovec are shown after their wedding Sunday, March 29, in First Methodist church here. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Gardner, Algona, while ihe bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Les Karlovec. Omaha. The bride is a graduate of the Lone Rock high school and is employed at Equitable Life Insurance Co. in Des Moines. Mr Karlovec is a graduate of Roosevelt high school in Des.. Moines and is a teller at the Des Moines National Bank. The couple will live in Des Moines. (photo, Glenns Studio-UDM Engraving). . . AROUND ALGONA . . Funeral services for Mrs Bertha Fischer Kocstler, 7(i, of Hurt will be 2 p.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran church at. Burt with Rev. Arthur Sehultz officiating. Mrs Koestlor died .about 4 p.m. Monday in. the St. Ann hospita' after a prolonged illness. Sh" had been in and out of the hospital for the past year. She was born March 4, 1883, in Milwaukee and married in 15)03 to William Koestlcr. He preceded her in death about 10 years ago. Survivors include a son Leonard in Florida, son Arnold in Dodge Center, Minn., two brothers and a sister in Wisconsin. There'are six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran church in Burt and an honorary member of St. John's Ladies Aid. The Koestlers spent most of their married live* at-Burt. They farmed until his death. Burial will be in the*'Bu'rt Cemetery. Mrs Marvin Calhoun was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ray Johnson was assisting hostess. —o— Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips re- lumed the first 'of the week from a vacation of several weeks at Ft. Meyers, Florida. —o— Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour had as their overnight guests last Thursday, Dr. and Mrs G. D. Yinger of Clinton. Cub Scout Den 3 will visit the Virgil Rocthler farm Tuesday afternoon as part of their April Down On The Farm -theme. Mrs Wesley Baiilett is Den Mother. —o— Xi Xi. Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Friday evening, April 17 at the home of Mrs Toin Sampson. Mrs Gordon Schmidt will present the program. —o— Beverly James has returned to Iowa City after spending the Easier vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul James. Beverly is a sophomore at the State University. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecel ia's Catholic church wore Norberl Louis, son of Mr and Mrs Mark Kollasch and Donald Henry, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Reefer. —o— St. Cecelia's court of C. D. of A. meets this evening, (Thursdas at 8 o'clock at the V.F.W. hall. Chiiirladies are Rosalia Eisenbarth, Mrs Gerald Frank!, Mrs Robert C. LaBarre and Mrs Ann Goecke. •—o— Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and Dianne, Susan and Wayne and Julie Thompson, Burl were nvent overnight guests of Sgl. and Mia Gordon Wegener- at Sioux Cilv Sgl. Wegener is Mis Rent/, brother. *—o— Parents of youngsters who will be in first grade at St. Cecelia's Academy next fall are asked to register them Sunday aftoYnoon in Room 1 of the school between the hours of 1:31) and 4:30. Children must be 0 years old by October 1959. —o— Mr and Mrs Paul James and Mr and Mrs Don Hungate, Lu- Verne were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Kermit Burtis at Waterloo. They attended a birthday parly for'Mrs Burtis given by the V. F. W. members on SaUirday evening. Ronnie Tschetter was installed as a district officer of the Methodist Youth Fellowship Sunday at it meeting at Clear Lake. Twenty three young people attended. Driver were Mrs Joe Tsehelter, Duane Johnson, Vyda Johnson, Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and Rev Newton Coughenour. Mrs Louis Kelley, Algonu. district ot- iicer spoke at the program. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the home of Marilyn Brown Tuesday evening. Officers were elected for the next year. They are: Jan Anderson, ix-P®sfinisfress Moose To Elect Annual election of officers of. the 'Moose Lodge will take place this evening, at the Algony, clubrooms. Bill Ressler lia.s been local governor, lie has been transferred to Spencer by Gambi Irs. City — Mrs Lelo Iris Finn, 77, passed away April 3, at the home of her daughter, 'Mrs Mildred Friets of Elmore, Minn., where sh-e had been making her home for the past 3 months. Mrs' Finn's home was in Gerled, where she was the postmistress for in-my years. Mrs Finn was born April 3, 1881 in Iowa Falls. She came here as an early settler. She was a member of the Baptist church. Surviving her are her daughter, Mrs Mildred Friets of Elmore and a son, Bernard H. Finn of Black Hawk, S. D., also brothers and sisters, Linn Commack of Baxter, I. O. Commack of Black Hawk, S. D., Mrs C. P. Liggett and Mrs R. A. Bates, both of Des Moines. The funeral was Tuesday, April 1 at 10:30 a.m.. at the^Baptist 'church in Swea City with Rev LeRoy Carter officiating. Burial was in the Radcliff cemetery at Radcliff, Iowa. NEW SWEA CITY COACH Marlyn (Hoop. 1 ) Johnson, athletic coach for the past six years at Harcourt High school, has resigned that position effective tin; I end of the school year. April 9 to April 25 only! ICAYSBER HOSIERY (reg. $1.35) .3 pairs $2.90 'NEVER BEFORE .^.your favorite Kayser nylons at sale prices like this! Buy them by the dozen for yourself-buy them now for Mother's Day! The time is now to save on famous Kayser seamless and full-fashioned styleaA (Even Kayser's popular Fit-All-Tops, regularly $1.50 are on sale at' $1.19!) You save on Paris-styled "Perfection" colors and beautiful new spring tones! Proportioned lengths. Come in today! Safes ends April 251 YEARLING CORN AND MOREA FED FROM THE GERALD FRANKL FARM Garald Frankl bought Ihese two buffalo from the Nora Springs buffalo ranch six months ago._They have bean corn and morea fed in order to insure the ultimate in tender, full flavored buffalo meat. Be' sure to try some — on sale this week-end at Ray's market. You'll love it! Try It- It's Different On Sale At Ray's This Week-End! • BUFFALO STEAKS 0 BUFFALO ROASTS ^ ft BUFFALO BURGERS ** It's Delicious Rath's Cello SLICED Lb. Wilson's Certified 4 - 6 Lb. Lb. Rath's Pickle Rath's Liver Pimento Loaf I Cheese Loaf Lb. 49c I Lb. 49c Home Made BULK U. S. Choice Beef Roasts Lb. 53c Fresh Lean Pork Cutlets Lb. 49c Tenderloin End Lean Pork .S.^ Choice] Beef«Quarters Cut and wrapped for your locker at no extra charge. A fine selection of quarters now on hand for you to choose from. _____ •-•.*««$ SPRING FRYERS — ROASTING CHICKENS — CAPONS SNOBOY SALE FROZEN FOOD SNOBOY SALE FOR 6 OZ. CANS Glacier Club ICE CREAM % GAL. 1 Lb, Can Chocolate HERSHEY'S SYRUP © PEAS © CORN ® PEAS & CARROTS G BROCCOLI CUTS 0 FRENCH FRIES RED DOT TWIN PAK POTATO CHIPS HI-C ORANGE FOR i MONARCH TALL CANS E3 HUNT'S 46 OZ. CANS EVAPORATED MILK I TOMATO JUICE FOR FOR $ MONARCH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING TN Flavor Kist Assorted Cookies 41 Lb Pkgs $1.00 Jack Sprat Ice Berg Heinz 14 «jz. tsoTiie Colored Oleo I Salad Dressing | Tomato Catsup 5 Lbs. $1.00 I Qt. 39c I 3For59c :uc NEW CROP GREEN ONIONS 5c Bunch •MMHHMBBBHHM GREEN TOP CRISP RADISHES 5c Large Bunch FRESH TENDER ASPARAGUS 19c Lb. •WmEMi FANCY GREEN TOP BANANAS 2 Lbs. 29c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST ORANGES 3 Doz. $1.00 •HMMOBHBH Jumbo Heads HEAD LETTUCE 2 For 29c JACK SPRAT MARKET

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