The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1959
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<T->,".;,\ c' ;<*<\ ,' _ v .,'' V''v~ h ->JpM%j;&:, feaft.' J&« ptans to Stete College, Ames, •-'•- , A^ard scholarship^ based oh competitive ex, were received by > Sjusftoffl, $100, lown ? S&ttdra Phillips, $220, State rfcftsi' ttf JeroHj; Pant Portev, Iowa State Teachers; Carol fI80, Iowa Stale feachert*, ftriarta Steelo, $160, Iowa , Wiliafd fi. ' and l&ta ort Education Fund which awaras scholarship^ to any • Iowa College to graduates otherwise ^ttot able to continue education ,an'd Based on character, scholar- and* ability, *.teM*«y r K**M, t |wtOti» >«fc^f880] oldrldfe, $350j S«l "PI™? 1 ' 550; Wayto J6hf^» f8S(rr£«fy I'Brien, &SO aftd Matten&Steele, 300. -. •• \ .j':-*«4;>* $SSO; O'Bt $300. Sandra Philip J>lphi«m Society ww«i« «»,-"best art student. The Bel Cahto club. $10 pri*e given in mfrJ«ofy of Lucia Wallace te, the >fest music student Wtfnt ta Q'Brten. Verna SchtnWt;-.—. 6d a professioha! bfctok frwj-tnc Business afid PfotesStensI^wdnrt- ^n's 'Club as bfest pusinfe^t "idu^a- tion. studeht. - v „ s ' : ' ' The P.ft.O. prite:ftf $28 *6t % best English student *®lt to Mariaha Steelc. Jfeattettc- N B3\ist- * i .n ..i- i.'. - - Ji I-T .-.J.S--81, JIK-I i rom received both th«* HA.ft. social studies jbrize and the Sor» optomist club award as the best student in mnth and science, $25 each. Jim Kian reet-ivod the Iowa State Bar Association's citiscn- ship medal, The Larry Q'Brecht memorial award of $30 wont to Pat Knin for leadership nivd citizenship. Wesley Wizards Wesley Wizards 4-lt Club .Saturday. May 9, at'the hofnp of Ruth Wtibbon with Vivian J mer bs co-hostess. Julia Wubben turned in her resignation ns president, Louise flltow sromotcd to president ami Mavis Mygaard, was elected vice, president. Ruth Wubben, Kftthy in??, Helen Skmv, Judy e Charlene Asn and Jnnel ninKham gave the program. Re- pres'enlntives for District Ctamp nre Carol Oirres and Mavis Ny- ga'ard. Representative -for convention la Louise SkOW. At the next meeting Carol and Heckle. Oifres will be the hostesses; ' : ' " • ' '" Typewriter and adding machine supplies at Upper DOS Mc-ines Pub. Co., Algona. Thursday, Juno 4, 1959 Algdft* (ta.) Uftw? 0« Independence Twp. Women Meet Pcnion *~ The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women held their Muy meeting in the Willinm Wiener homo with Mrs C. L. • Underwood presiding. Fifteen women were present, Four guests were Mrs Tom Naig, Co, Chr. Mrs Amos Berkhmd, Co. •Tnlent Chr. Mrs Don Halnzinger of Fenton nnd Mrs Elmer Kalvig o.f Knna-wha. Mrs Underwood gave n report recently held ih ter^ting report ofi " Our Btisiness Dale Voigt, Mrs Eti'getie KtfsRli«1i|» singing arid also recreation, Mrs Lufkin had ehdff^ of the plant and bulb e*ehdftge. Those present beside the hostess and the guest* were Me*dame» Freda Siema, Ernest Berkland, Dale Voigl, B, O, Berkeland, Eugene ttuskaitvp, Earl Luf* kin, Thomas Twailen, Clai < efiee Underwood, Joy Jensvold, Etdori Rhodes. «»» aw n - \ - GET SET FOR GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Wilma Moore, • daughter of Clyde Moore, Portland iow'nShipJ and John Smith of Oklahoma were married Sunday aftem6pn ( M^y 17,,at Titonka. The bridal Couple is shown in. the above photo. Both have served in the air, force and their home will be near av Texas 'base. ' • ' y " " ' * h • '1 * : . A shower for, >bfide was held at Titonka during'her staft^here for the .wedding. (Glstin's Studio Ribto-UDM Engraving). Arlene Struecker Bride At Whittemore, May 31 .Whitlempre — The marriage of *- Arlene Struecker,, ,pf West Bend,'daughter of "Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker of "West Bend, and Arnold Heldt,'son of'Mr .'and ^ Mrs John. Hefdt of Mallard, took place Sunday-afternoqn, Ma'y, 31, 2-p.m. in *St.'Paul's Lutheran church in',;' Whittemore.; -Rev. James T. Wolfram, pastor 'of Trinity Lutheran church in Mallard, performed the double ring' ceremony in. the-presence of 250 guests. , . ; .Miss Judy Wurch'of Blairsburg sang, accompanied by Reuben Butzke, church organist, who also played ' the recessional and processional. • ' ' , .The bride was attired in a white Schiffl Daisy embroidered tulle over bridal satin gown. He?T fitted bodice featured a scalloped squared neckline, , with • a, floor length skirt- and brush train. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion was held injp'lace by an orange* blossom crown. Her.''jewelry . . _ J i#_ l am Kitchenmaster • of Steen, Minn., and Mrs Robert-Fuex- steiYau of Lptts Creek, cut sthe cake. -Miss Lillian'Anderson of Fort Dodge an'd Mrs Stanley Hillmer of Estherville, poured. The bridegroom. • attended the schools at Mallard and Iowa State college, and served in the army tor two years. He is now engaged in farming. ' The bride attended 'the St Paul's parochial school and Waldorf Junior college at Forest City She also taughtischool in.Mallarc and Humboldt. They ,will leave on a' week's wedding ! trip ituthe Great.Lakes Region and upon their return wil! live on a farm three miles east of Mallard. '. ' ' , . Pound 20 Scholarship mond earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of- white carnations and a white orchid. Lola Struecker of Fort Dodge sister of the bride, was maid.o: honor. Mrs Carl Heldt, sister-in-law o the bridegroom of Mallard, • was bridesmaid". , , . r-Flower girl was Donna Main of Algona. Ring bearer' wa Timmy Heldt, son of "Arnold Heldt' o£-Mallard. Carl. Heldt of ' Mallard, brother of .the bridegroom, "was best man and Marvin • Struecker, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Paul Lauck of West Bend and Stanley Hillmer of v Estherville were ushers. , '. Following the ceremony a reception;' was held in the ."church >parlors4or 250 guests. Table waitresses were Marlene Bonnstetter, West Bend, D'arlene 'Gade, West Bend, Mrs Roland Berkland, Cylinder, Ruth Janssen, Clarion, <"an'd 'Mrs Clifford Helland, Bode. Mrs Dale Mains of Algona was in charge of the guest book, Joyce Rueble ' of- Ruthven and Mary Ann Vedder of, Estherville were in charge of ,the -gifts. Mrs Will- At Graduation The 1959 graduating class o{ the Algona high school received the largest number of, awards and. scholarships in.the-history of the school at the Commencement, exercises, Tuesday evening, May 28. - '.-__ ••;-.,,;: Two of the awards came from Terrill .Ihgersoll, Commencement speaker and graduate ;of the Algona high school'with the/class of 1921. Mr Ingersoll recalled with >a great deal of'fondness, Minnie J. Coate, high school principal." In* Miss Coate's honor he established an award of $25 to the class member with the highest grade average. Carole Wittkopf was the recipient, Linda Smith, as best-student in forensics, also received ,$25 -from Mr Ingersoll. , Carole Wittkopf, daughter of Mr and Mrs G. A. Wittkopf, was a National Merit Award winner. The award is based on competitive examination. Miss Wittkopf placed in the top 20,000 of the 478,000 students ,in the nation $169 &*£ #2 P*. • • • • K ; 'WELCHADE Grape Drink 32 Oz. Cans WELCH'S , Grape Jelly or Grapelade Large 20 Oz. Jars WELCH'S Frozen Grape Juice 6 Oz. Cans CONTADINA PEACHES Large $ <fl HA 2 H Cans: JL UU . * HUNT'S TOMATOES t , r No. 300 . .Cans /I f i i '; j ' * i \ SELZERS 8 Oz. Bottle WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE WlIX No. 2 Cans u.s.ifc 70 To 80 Lb. Average Cut and Wrapped For Your Freezer Buy Now & Save Lb. G01DEN WHEAT MACARONI Pound ^Jft Pkg.. ^t DOLE'S Pineapple - Grapefruit 3 Big 46 Oz. Cans U.S.D.A. CHOICE GRAPE-NUTS Blade Cut Roast Lb. Pkg. ALSO FRIMMED CHUCK STEAK SLICED TO FRY OR I D THICK TO CHARCOAL l«l>» FROM IOWA CORN-FED PORKERS CENTER CUTS END CUTS MORRELtS GOLDEN Ib. < BOONE RIVER BRAND Pound Can : ine Flavored Bologna FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE RATH'S BLACKHAWK Gems From Diamond's Lead, Zinc, and Titaniam HITE EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 WHITE PAINT .Perfect for fences, out buildings, or primer , c pat. 5 GALLON LOTS ..,.„. — — $U,25 SYMPHONY IN COLOB HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Dries in minutes, Truly a beautiful paint • with ana see, at $6.00, SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT DUNCAN MINES FROZEN CHICKEN or TURKEY POT For FreshCut-Up Frying Chicken Pieces LEGS THIGHS BREASTS Genuine Oven Ready L3. WILSON'S BIF or MOR i Luncheon Meat 12 Oz. Cans MIRACLE WHIP Quart FLAVOR • KIST Boston • Cream Sandwich COOKIES FRYING CHICKENS - VEAL - IAMB PET MHLK 1 Pound Boxes LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE r,K*<., I***, r *** ., *«* , ; 46Oz. Can WASHINGTON - WINESAP WE RESERVE THE 'RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES P R I 0 E-S EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 TO JUNE i, ' ' r ^ ' - _ ' ' __^.^„^ ._ r ^_.:-_^.^'rN COR PO:R AT.R a

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