The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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KteMtt Ketft, Algtjtia, ' fti Fort Dodge trttfere bride k «cMfljrsa ol Mr and Mrs 'Attending the couple were Mae Wallace- Bd- H, ' ^ Country'%-'held a dinner Sunday evening a 7 o'clock. The high Ifthool tshof group furnished Aleona (In.) Upper DM MetfHMHS pel, *tay 21, wpnow... .SAVE IN WARDS BLANKET LAY AWAY SALE! • Buy those fine blankets .you've needed now, at a savings .,. Put just 50c down ;.. And Wards will hold them for you 'til Nov. 1, when you need them, Shop.nojV., 100% ORLON BLANKET Plaid pattern. Nationally adv. price, 13.95. Now... HEIRLOOM'BEDSPREAD : ITwin or full size.. Nationally; advertised, 16.95;,now... AUTOMATIC BLANKET Acrilan blend. Save $6 on , 'single-control,,twin '.size*.. . Algona, Iowa 23i 94 Mr and Mi's Raymond Gilbert, Algona announce the engagement attd approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia, above, to Gary Bernau, son of Mr and Mrs Roland Bernau, West Bend. •The ceremony will take place June 5 in First Lutheran church, 'Algbna.' ! • ' ' • miss. Gilbert-is attending Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, Mo, and Mr Bergau is a student at Iowa State College, Arties'. (UDM Engraving). Wfitlhet •JBletn&era WfcHhet for the-cominl President).- TWtvwwwi^i. <.««*« President, CtH Kiting Secretary, Delotis Leek; Treasurer, Donna Hester: Reporter, Caftan Roclv leau; dhrlstlaft fl»*tt Jtartrtftwn. ftaren Alt; ChWtoitt'CMW -Luther Klnne; and,Big M Repren- talive, Norrtia datfon. ' udy iion arid Linda Riedel were el||ted as delegates to -the conVentldtfc to 'bis held at'Okoboji, May, 29"30j«3l. , May 18th the Trinltisr,'l^th|fan; Waither League obsefVed the BBth Birthday., of thejchur%'s young .peopled -organization* The banquet was served by the LaBies Aid of Trinity Lutheran. Mrs Wn. t\ Dau, chairman. Pastor^'M,. Peters* Lohe Rock, was the rmjin speaker for the event. Gene Witt' kopf welcdmed the assembled Leaguers, and theii 1 parenls.yes^ pecially : thd :1959, confirmattdn class, Judith Willrett 1 responded in the name of the class. Miss Norma Gatton paid a .'tribute.-to parents and Mrs Lawrence Riedel responded. -A reading was given by Miss Linda Clark. Pastor Gerike served as toastmaster, s , The- evening' was- concluded with an impressive candle lighting., ceremony. Participating.,besides the pastor were the follow." ing; Dennis,Helmke, Gloria Reefer, Brownies Piettle ' Brownie Troop 2 held a aicnte supper at Call State Park, Tuesday. ,\nd wore accompanied by 1 their leader* Mrs Allen Bullock, Mrs Don Frederick, Mrs John Fraser ahd Mrs Robert Cftrr, Members of Infr troop are Jean Brandow, Sherrie 'Baker, Diane Browcr, Rosemary Bullocft, Dnf- la Carr, . Barbara Dcwcl, Jane fraaer, Linda Fredericks, Sandra * I * ' Chfttfman ttuti fiuehihan and his eerfttrtitte* af« rttnking a thorough (NHIrty of tforiSmunUjf sentiment on the qttestfbn of & United Fund to replace th« fHTtetfs Individual fund drives with which wt arc dll Bntniliaf. A public meeting J* set lor next Monday evening, Mny 28, at the high- schodl, to stettlc thti. matter, Results of n-postcard survey and individual comments will M evaluated it that Casey Stengel, ''Ohly Jhin 9 Wf ftiifl CY 4-3538 v * j. rf if -i r «••* Attend Confirmation Mr and Mrs Robert Liesener Algona and, Mr and Mrs Melvin Walker and family attended confirmation services for Robert Vigdal, son of Mr', and Mrs "Harry Vigdal, Armstrong, Iowa,, Sunday. They* also .Avere, dinner guests, of (.he Vigdals. SAVE DURING CLEAN UP- PAINT UP- FIX UP WEEK ' "U ' • •! ' '" , • Dazzling, Lasting , TITAR10M WHITE Kegularly- $4.72 Per Gallon in 5-Gallon Cans . Actually washes away surface dirt. Resists sun, rain, snow, mildew and keeps its brilliance for years. One gallon covers up to 600 square fee|. Gives you the best and the most for your paint dollar. SPRAY ENAMEL PRODUCES .FINE, EVEN MIST 5 FOOT STEP LADDER STRONGLY CONSTRUCTED WITH PAIL SHELF ROLLER PAINTER & PAN A Long Lasting Economical Paint RED BARN PAINT Gallon In 5-Gallon Can* Savt n?et?«y,9ri paint-love in bwildini dst«rlpr«Jitn when y ' u»e t|i|f wtrc d.MrebIe, weather df? fient pojnt. Sjmifil mi"9r«l pig* ments qnd p.-ptectiye oil? make it extra resistant to sun and weather. firimanf Red FARM BUILDING PAINT Per Gallon In 5,Gallon An economical, lon$j wearing, oil bet* point for gie pn ?sterior lurfaw* «tf farm kwildfngi, Availobl* in brilJipnl red, gray and white,. " Hafmes, Becky Kathy Joseph, Donna Keriyon| Barbara Knudaon, Susan Russlcr f Jymhia Schumacher, Connie tfchultz, and Susan Vipond. VV«d Irt Franc* • Word was received here last week of the marriage of Lt. Col. Marvin E. Waller, brother of R. B. Waller of Algona, and Mile. Jacqueline Royer, at Saumur, France, where Lt. Col. Waller has been stationed for the past three yours. The laiter has Visited Algona on numerous occasions. He and his onde will arrive on the East Const, where Col. Waller hits been reassigned, sometime in June. They exepcct to Visit in Algona soon thereafter. * Lodpes To Meet Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday, May 26, at the Moose hall at U p.m. i Royal Neighbors will* meet Wednesday, May 27, at 8 p'.rrual he Moose hall. This will be the mal practice for convention. ijeiuiia,n.c4ii»ivu, vjiuij« *»».V-A.- Carl Kinne, Delores Leek, Luther Kinnc,.Donna.Re;eierij wnii am Post-Nuptial Shower Mrs Harry Alt, Mrs Christensen, Mrs Leroy Dit&worthi Mrs] Ronnie Ditsworth and'-^arc- ce Markla gave a showef' Wedv nesday, May-13 for-Carol*,God- redson who was married -§wn r day, May 17'lo Art Groen..GuGs1s were Mrs Ernest Godfredson, Mrs _..i>l' ' Shepphard, Mrs - William Ringgenberg, Mrs William Kuhn, •s Kenneth Garman, Mrs Jack Haag, Mrs Ralph Markla,' Mrs Edwin-Schumacher, Mrs Harvey Finley, IMrs Robert '.Carr, Mrs George McVay, and Nelda Meyer- Mrs Christensen ,'and,, Mrs «Ponnte Ditsworth assisted with*the-opem ing of the gifts. ' . ' -' Union M-D Club' ' v : The Union Mothers and Daughters tea which was also guest day was held MayJ4 in the'«ocial rooms of Good Hope church. Hostesses were Marguerite Gardner, Helen Haas, Myrtle Rutledge, Luella Schenck and , Betty Wcy- dert. Marie Lichter and Bertha Sarchet had charge of the program which, consisted of numbers by (Beverly Lichter, Phyllis Lich^ *ter,feMary Jo Lichtel-; Patvtda'Mc* Guire, Joy Meyer and Shari Nelson. Readings were given by May Schenck, and Marie Liclft ' cal numbers were given "J enar Dodds. ' ; * Bridge Club Meets Mrs -John Dutton entertained her bridge club members Wednesday evening. Mrs Paxson Hostess Mrs Mabel Paxson was hostess to her bridge club members- Wednesday afternoon,^ '','•';> : . '.' Algona Man's Mother Flosses Funeral services foi; Mrs Freda S. Nuehring, 74, mother of^L. C. Nuehring of Algona, were held at 1 p.m. in Immnnuel Lutheran church at.Terril. Burial followed in Cedar; cemetery at Sac City. The Nuehrings formerly lived at Terril. , Mrs Nuehring •: died at 2 p.m. Saturday ; at' St. Ann hospital where she had'been a patient for about 'three weeks. She succumbed to a heart ailment. Survivors include two sons, Louis, Algona; and Walter, Russell, Minn,; two daughters, Mrs Louis Dayton and Mrs Rose Dierson, Spirit Lake; two sisters^ four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Wlllard 2«1|lir, etennlng out some old stuff in his attic, ran, across an old cigar box — nnd wihat wns the name of (/he cigitr? "Tiie Upper DCS Molncs." Evet know Of « n«w*pap«# that had a cigar named after it? Neither did we. On the inside of the box ctiycr was pasted a reprint from the Upper. Des Molncs issue n! Sept. 5, 1901, reproduced in size to just fit Inside the lid. Further Information was that John SclVU of AlKoM wns the "manufacturer of the celebrated cigar, the acme of perfection, and as we go to press we find that smokers of good judgment universally nsr with him." What more could y6u ask? At that, we'll bet those old Upper DCS'Molncs cigars wcrte less deadly than present-day cigarettes. * * * Hollywood provides numerous .interesting tidbits. Wo note In a Mickey Rooncy is being sued fo: divorce, one of the reasons belnj that he sometimes left guests the middle of the •evening and went to bed. Well, that has happened in Algonu, too. When a fellow is tired, he's tired* And over in Cannes, Franco, newly- weds'Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher Chow long do you give thirt one?) ran out of money' after Eddie bought two watches foi $K400. Tough, isn't It? He managed to cash a' check, how ever. • . * » * . Well, ihe sports world isn't what it used to be, like in the days'of Joe Louis, at least. Did yo,u, .SQO the picture of that Swedish 'heavyweight- who is over here to fight Floyd Putter 1 son, doing a training stint with l)is fiancee at his side, dressed In a < father - brief costume? . This holding ', hands; business I while training's a long way from the old Manassa ' Mauler -days, we must say. : SAVE HOUSE I wo ain't * game*." During JANNIY BEST PAINT WEEK JANNEY BIST Grade A HpUSE PAINT - The lowest prfte ever OH this extremely fine white paint* Hits g»od' biding quality and dries to tin excellent white finish, fdeal for homes, forms, any. ouHide painting, Compare With others selling at $5.00 to $6.00 a gallon. Buy now and save. 3.44 PER GAL COMPARE JANNEY BEST MASTER MADE WITH HOUSE PAINT COSTING UP TO $2.00 MORE PER GALLON Finest quality lead-containing house paint. Beautiful white finish is self- cleaning. Compare formulation with paints costing.up to $7.50 gal. $5 PER GAL. Trinity Lutheran Confirms On May 17th, seven people were received ,by Trinity Lutheran church, into full .communicant church -, membership through "confirmations. The follow- ng entered full communicant nembevship: Sharon Helmers, aughter of-Mr and Mrs Reakus ielmers; Edwin Helmers,-son of Mr and Mrs Reiner Helmers; Den-*- nis Helmke, son of Mrs . ielmke; John Michael Kain, son" of •<Mr^arid / Mrs'Edw Kain; Dar-1 win Leek, son of Mr and Mrs Arhur Leek; Sharon Smith;, daugh-. er of Mr and'Mrs Dave A Smith; and Judith Willrett, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carroll Wilrett. Announce Engagement Mr and Mi-s Glenn J. Shore, 515 Fair .Street, announce the en-, gagement and approaching riage of their daughter Mary El;- len to' Jerrold B. Moon, son of Mr and Mrs R, D, Moon of Davenpon. The couple plan to be married Sunday, June 28, -at.St. Thomas Episcopal church. Miss Shore- is a graduate of Algona High School, St. Lukes Hospital School of Nursing in Davenv port, and, at present, is employee in that city. Mr Moon is a gradr uate of Tipton High School, Iowa State Teaqhcrs College, and has been teaching in the Sigourne Public Schools for two'years. *: Eddie Shackelford, a consistent Yankee baseball booster for these many years, has seldom had any problems , except to gloat over "his club." Not 'so, this year. Eddie is now on the receiving end of considerable comment about the, status of the Lordly Yanks. Eddie's only comment to all of this banter is: "Well, ihe White' Sox wori't make itl" * » * And we wind up this discus-^ sion with a Famous Last Lirie from the manager of the Yankees, JANNEY BEST DAZZLING WHITE ONE COAT HOUSE PAINT Compares with national brands selling for $2.00 more per gal- Ion. The whitest while you ever saw—won't yellow qr fade, ; $6.79 WON'T BLISTER ! JANNEY BEST MARVEL ROTE Guaranteed blister proof on unpainted surfaces- White and a rainbow of .fade resistant colors. ': '( _ !• \ ; '•-; $6.69 PER GAL. PER GAL. FREDERICK The best place in Algona to buy finp quality hardwafe — at a saving! >^ff^^m^ EVERY WEEK IS "CLEAN-UP" WEEK AT ALGONA LciiiBtderers & Dry By Russ Waller . '•? * * While Algona's high school band | s waging an all-out drive for funds' tp finance ttfat Irip to the Sheridan, Wyo. Rodeo, (and will' make it)j our neighbor to the 1 north, Blue Earth, also has a band project cooking . .. the Blue Earth high school band is, going to Winnipeg to play concerts | June 1 and 2. No rodeo, though! 0 « * Local band members have I worked up a 10-piece swing band, or should we call,it something] jnore •• modern? Anyway, they •played for the Renwick senior prom last Saturday evening. After arrival at Renwick, the OUR StaNu H. U (.' I S S Bring Back The "Newness" To Men's Suits . ... . . . AT NO EXTRA CHARGE Ask About It STORE WINTER GARMENTS In our tiffi&! Storage Box Graduation Party Mr and Mrs S. R, Parsons en tertained at a party .Friday eye^- ing in honor of the graduation 6£ their daughter, Barbara from the Burt high school, Guests were Mr and Mrs Russell Parsons, Mrs' John Oliveria and Vicky of San .Antonio, Texas; Mr and-Mrs E..E, Hanna, Lone Rock, Mr and Mr,s ohn JennwjgS, Sexton; Mrs Viq. a McDonald and Frances Ann* Mr and Mrs Ed Smith,'Sf., Had ^ piano player discovered that she had left half of her music at horne. Reb Johnson, who had assisted in transporting the band -^ to the prom, made a hurried trip ' back to Algona for the missing inusic and saved the Prom. .Supt, D. H. Keoppel of Sentral 'Community "High School is afraid that the school football team will ibp playing all of- its games away from home this coming fall in it:i ey Castor and Barbara Dremmel, first grid year. After each seed" ' " " " ing effort made on the new grid- fon-at Scrytral, a strong wind-hae followed, "I think all our seed, will do a good job along the djiches", commented Supt. Keobr Duane Dittmer, Burt; Mrs Erna M'arr, Mrs Rosa Jones and MT and Mrs Howard Beardsley, Air gona. Bride-To-Be Honored ' , £," Mrs Alice Jergens gave a pars^' Saturday, May 9 honoring the twelfth birthday of her daught&iy Jpan. Thpse present were Kuthy Bestenlehner, Cindy -Bradley, Susan Elbert, Betty Lichter, Diane. MiUei', Jean< Qwens, Cqnnie Pro- thman, Diane Reefer,, Barbara Reynolds, and Janice Robinson. A trip to the grotto at West Bend had to be canceled due ' rain.'Instead, the time "w^s r playing records and dancing. Mrs John Preesman and Daniel, Bray gpve 9 mis v c§llanepu$ shower last week, Thursday af» ternoon foi" Kathy Permand whose marriage to John Clark Salyer will take place June "* Those in attendance tf wgre bri4e-elect'-s mother Mr.^- A Permand, Mrs M- G. Bojurne, 1 John waiyes, Mrs Qi-\m Qtt, J Bery} Pnebe, Mrs Gaylord' Shv WARPS CY 4-3539 Algona 75 Millionth Tire Celebration Sale 5flVO now NyfoafofH ii • '>S:»i Jus* CALL US - We Deliver The STA-f)IU Stordgie "Box - You Fill It Up - We Store It For You ALL GARMENTS CLEANED BY US, Mothproofed FREE Draperies Slip Covers Made Bright And Sparkling , With STA-NU - And Alii Wrinkle Resistant. LAUNDRY SERVICE COURTEOUS PROMPT Tity Ovr Wash, Duy & Fold At Nominal Cost PHONE CY 4-3265 Prompt, Efficient, Courteous Service Across Tht Street from The Court & Dry /

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