The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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ThOrriny, Jun« II, Alcana |la.l Upp.rDe.HtelriCT-5 Mary Jo Thilges Bride Of Al Grill ; Nuptials June 2 St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend was the scene of a wedding Tuesday morning, June 2, when Mary Jo Thilges became the bride of Al Grill. The bride is a daughter o£ Mr and Mrs Emil Thilges, West Bend, and the bridegroom, the • son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Grill of Algona. Rev. Lewis Greying officiated at the double ring ceremony. Kathleen Griffin, Algona, was organist and Jim Drone, soloist. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. •Marianne Nurre,' Bancroft, was maid of honor and Bette Thilges, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Ronald Briggs, Algona, was best man and Joe Buscher, Jr., Algona, was groomsman. Mike Thilges and Dennis Hilbert, brother and cousin of the bride, respectively, were ushers. The bride wore a white silk organza and Chantilly lace gown .fashioned with a chapel length Strain. Her fitted basque bodice 'featured a sabrina neckline and 1 was of Chantilly lace. The fully .gathered silk organiza skirt was accented down the front by a panel of Chantilly lace and by self fabric roses at each side and back of skirt. Her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion was held in place by an all pear crown. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift ol the bridegroom. She carried a white orchid on a white prayer book with streamers of red rose buds. ,. Following the ceremony, a dinner for 125 guests was held at the • Presentation Ballroom, Whittemore. A reception was held from two to four o'clock in the afternoon. _ . Mrs Lawrence Thilges, Bode, aunt of the bride, poured and Mrs Peter Gcnsler, LoMars, cut the cake. Mrs Frank Brink, Bancroft, had charge of the guest book. Miss Ruth Dhouclt, Roch ester, Minn, and Miss Gucn Gunl, Dubuque, classmates of the bride, had charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were LaVonnc Winkel, Ruth Dhoudt, Arleno Kramer Guon'Gual, Marian Thilges and Anita Burns. The bride is a graduate o! tin? West Bend high school and ci, Mercy School of Nursing at Mai> shalltown. She haS beon employed at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. He served in the armed forces at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Fort Chaffee, Ark. and is presently farming with his father. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills and northern Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Grill will be at home five miles south of Algona. (Glenn Studio Foto - UDM Engraving) I Man Injured In Car Crash Two traffic mishaps, occurring about the same time Friday evening were reported to authorities here. Gerard J. Jergens, 19, Algona, had parked his car in the city parking lot here and then drove it home about 11:25. Later he discovered it had been hit by an unknown car. Damages were estimated at $100. Algona policeman Bill Schwaiv.enbach investigated. A telephone pole on the Lu- Verne main street was damaged when a car driven by George B. Scott, 23, Cedar Falls, couldn't make a curve. Delrner Bell, 2<L Cedar Falls, a passenger in the car received cuts on the right arm and the car received damages amounting to $200. The telephone brace pole was damaged about $75 worth. The mishap was reported to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood at the Sheriff's office Handicraft Program The annual handicraft program for Algona youngsters will begin next Monday, June 15. Sessions will be held Monday through Friday each week from 9 to 11:45 a m ' at Bryant school. Edith Christiansen, I.S.T.C. stud c n t from Algona, will supervise the program. Homer Clark who is employed in the southern part of the state spent the weekend here with his wife and family. LAST HATCH GHOSTLE Y - PEARLS The New 3-Wcty Strain Cross Last Hatch June 19th miiax ' Also 12 Wk. To 16 Wk.-Old Laying Pullets . SPECIAL $1.25 and Up Hamilton Hatchery Main Office - Wesley Branch Stores - FOLKS WHO LIKE SAVINGS WAYS SHOP THE WAY There's no better way to save — everyday CORN - FED NICE - N - LIGHT QUARTERS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED TO YOUR LIKING - NO CHARGE CUDAHY'S SLICED 89c 5- BOX Back By Request SUN GIRL MARGARINE LB. FOR $ 1 ARMOUR STAR CANNED PICNI •lb. Tin* COLD CUTS SLICED PICKLE LOAF LUNCHEON LOAF OLD FASHION LOAF YOUR CHOICE LB. 49 CHOICE CUTS OF Beef Roast SWEET RASHER SLICED BACON 390 CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S&H GREEN STAMPS Wilh Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit . . . One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires June 13 M Mill! JIM Ml V KOOL-AID 1O for ALL FLAVORS DUNCAN NINES CAKE MIX CHOCOLATE WHITE 4^ FOR YELLOW YOUR CHOICE 89' FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE ib. 89C BANQUET PIES CHICKEN TURKEY BEEF 5 for FROZEN SEAMIST LEMONADE 6-OZ. CAN MAKES QT. 1fc THRIFT-PAK NEOPOL1TAN or VANILLA HALF-GAL. ICE CREAM- ,-59c MRS. CLARKS SALAD QT. HEAD Dressing 39 10c STALK AMERICAN BEAUTY Pork & Beans 4 for I LARGE i Lettuce - • • LARGE i CELERY- - 19c •• __ ! CANTALOUPE \ large 19c DEL MONTE SWEET 303 CAN CORN 3 tor 49$ Be Ready! Insect Spray Fly Ribbons

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