The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1959
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Honsbruch L; •• jj 4-Alflono (Id.) Upper Dei MolnM , ThGrtday, April SO, IfSf ^ All Proceeds From Fountain Saturday Donated to Algona Band "Wyoming Trip Fund" -. Russ Guster, band director at the Algona high school, is our "slave" all-day Saturday or are we his? Anyway, wo outbid everyone at the auction the other night for his serv- ; ices and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.tti., He'll be holding "forth at our soda fountain (the only drug store fountain-in Algona, you know). .Everything he sells from our.fountain Saturday —or anything sold by our,girls,who will be help, ing him—will be donated to the band's "Wyoming '.Trip"., V So come in for a cup of coffee, coke or something to eat—. the bandsmeri promise to have rolls, cookies, etc. to" munch on.with your favorite beverage. Help send the Algona high school band to Wyoming in July—stop at Horisbruch's soda ^'fountain Saturday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.—where all pro* ;.ceeds go to the band,fund! , . «l I5J » , AROUND ALGONA .^ . See our ads in THIS WEEK MAGAZINE, • PARADE, FAMILY WEEKLY and SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS advert/serf on Rexo/l's j/f f ^ SPECIAL , Starring SID CAESAR • ART CARNEY ' JAYE P. MORGAN & THE MORGAN BROTHERS i BAMBI LINN and ROD ALEXANDER CLIFF NORTON , with Special Guest Star AUDREY MEADOWS 'PIUSAPMNY! Save on Hundreds of Items! Buy pne at regular price-get another for r , „ • <W|ly 3 penny more. Stock up and save on medicine r ^che,st needs, vitamins, stationery, toiletries...many 6 $AVI*J0 DAITS-MON. tfiru SAT. ^ffl^M^4 f 5, 6, 7 r 8, 9 >-\Com8. in for your ADVANCE SHQWNG usr f * Crjeckyour need? In Advance. Reserve your merchant *,,; flfse now while stochs are complete,'Pick it up at any 4ttiu M *«liiwi_ M AU*. ««!«. t r TO BI eft/M 4W4T! -Ju^t aik atjy Rexall salfcsp^rson about SUPE«'pLtNAMIMS, America's largest" :'selliu(; .vitatiiui.mineral. product, lib purchase. necessity to win. Offer epds • May ! I. I'j'S'j.. ''; .;•>'.• ..'.•".. .'•, ' The Weslyan Service Oulld of the Methodist fchutth met iMon- day evening tot a 6:30 ditittcr. Pastor and Mrs fl^wtpft Cough- pnouf showed slides of their trip to Nassau. * Mrs Chris R«e£er returned heme Saturday from the Albert Lea Navy hospitafwhere she ^vas a patient for a wpek. She had surgery for a perforated ucler and is recovering nicely, Mr and Mrs G, W. SHtlman, Mr and Mrs Herman HaubS-g and Mr and Mrs C, R, LaBarre attended a meeting of thfc state Federal Home Loan Associations in Des Molnes, last Wednesday. w»n~- Mr and Mrs Erman H. Hansert, Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of theiP daughter, Ida Mae to Dale R. Apjficr, son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter of 'Lone Rock. The ceremony will take place May 2. Bishop L. Hegariy, O.S.B. will conduct the Sacrament of Confirmation for 300 younstcrs of St Cecelia's, parish on Tuesday afternoon, May 12 at 3 o'clock. Third graders will make • their First Holy Communion on Mother's Day. f New officers of tho Men's Club of the Methodist church were installed rtt Charter Night recently. President is JLouis Kelloy; vice- president, W. C. McDougall; sec- •elary, John Diekman; treasurer^ fjh Black ond reporter, Dean Taylor. Peter Gronbeck has resigned hip position as salesman for the Schwan Ice Cream Co. of Marshall, Minn, and has accepted a position as meat cutter for the National Tea Food Stores. They will remain in Algona for the present. The Guild, business women's organization of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening-at Ihe home of Mrs D. G. Clopton, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee was assisting hostess and Mrs Henrietta Bowman gave devotions. Miss Hattie Wilson gave the program. Mr and Mrs Ray Muller entertained at dinner in honor of the tenth birthday of their son, Jimmy. Guests were Mr and Mrs Pete Muller, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Mike Pfeffer, John Pfeffer, Mrs" Henrietta Tucker and Tony and Mr and Mrs Jerry Schiestal. Mr and M*s Don Weaver and two sons were recent visitors' dt> the home of Mrs Weaver's par- fen ts, Mr and'Mrs Leonard*. Mtfas- dam.""ThV- '^eavisrs-'""^-!^ -wellS known"'former- residents-''having moved 'from here to West Fork, Arkansas. They are now at fJorthwood, ** la. .where ' they ,re- ntly purchased an appliance store. ' ( Mr and Mrs F/ed Btfeltehef^ ft Fenton. The fevent ftrds Mi- Mrs Meyer's 25th weddiiifc vcraory. A progrftfti Wai pf ed including a reading by JuaMla Meyer, selections oW'& bett by Jane Strueckefr and "The 25 Years of Life Together"/ * ten and read by Mrs Frank Seeley and Mrs James Meyer, 600 played, . ' The Algona Woman's club mfei Monday evening, April 20 flt the Farm Bureau building The pto* gram. "Spotlight On Industries of lowa'' was given by Mrs .Blot* Tiss. The, SympMfe' ettes under the direction t>f WiW? lard Snustad, sang two numbers, Margaret t)urant read her', poem, "The Road To Yesterday*/ and showed a scene painted by ner sisier, Carrie Durant illustrating it. The poem''was jselected to be read at the State Bienniel at Cedar Rapids, it will be pre. .sented with others, Including *a poem by Mrs June Goldman, T1- tOnka illustrated by Mrs L. "#, Malueg, Algona, to the Heritage Koom at Iowa City, Edw. J. Streit Of Whittemore Takes A Bride Whiiiemore — •*. A 1 wedding Tuesday, April 21, at 10, a,rh. united , in marriage Elizabeth Marie Lammers of Graettinger, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Lamrncrs of Graettinger and Edward Joseph 'Streit, son of 'Mr and Mrs George Streit of T#Jntte- moro, in the Immaculate Cohcep- tiqn Catholic church in Gra'etting- c*r. Rev. Albert' Conlon officiated, jn the single ring;ceremony and the nuptial,high mask in the pre-' scnce of 325. • „ s * The attractive bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore-a white cnantilly fl<&>r length 1 lace gown, with a fitted bodice and lohg sleeves with.ap- pliqiied chantilly lace and V neckline. Her skirt was tiered upoh tier of ruffled tulle lace. Her fingertip veil of English imported illusion was held in place by, a ti^ra trimmed with sequins and seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of happiness red roses with ivy streamers and white satin .The Mother-Son banquet of the rcbuyiuuan church has been postponed to Tuesday evening, May 5. Men of the church will cook and serve the dinner at 6:30 and present the program. Guest speaker will be Leonidis Chem- bidis, a native of Greece and teacher in the LuVerne schools. Eddie Sifert, the Clown, wilf entertain the youngsters. There will be special music. Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer were honored with a party Sunday evening, April 26 at the home of n j was, her moid- nd'/orina Anderson was the bridesmaid. " Kenneth Hartman attended the bridegroom as groomsman ' and Gerald Streit attended his brother as best man. Tony Alisch'and Steven Graettinger were the altar b'oys. ,- / ' '• / . A dinner >wias held for 100 guests, and a reception was held in the church hall from 2 to 4, The bridegroom graduated froni Presentation in 1951 and served in the army for two years and at present is employed with .the Tri-_ County Drying plant in Whittemore. The bride attended the scho'ols in Graettinger and graduated in 1957 and attended the Junior College in Emmetsburg. Following their wedding -trip they will live in Whittemore. ^:^, High Yields., .Only one of the reasons why farmers PIONEER corn yield-ability is probably the main rea« son Jowa and Minnesota farmers plant m,ore Pioneer than any other corn. 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