The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 2, 1959
Page 6
Start Free Trial

(la.) Upptr Oft Molftifc Thursday, July 2, 1959 1 .j;'.T---|-|»ii."iT---|-T- ,-..niirvti-i .n. iir.--r-.T--.- I L . I il" V^' '" '/fl JL.J.T -.- > .- -1 n -...a.- i. - r»m^ Lfc^iu^.^n—.. ,un — ___LJ TI1.--H--I-T -A Wed June 7 >4f lone Roc/c FREE! WIN A BRAND NEW 1959 c E V o L E T The Lone Rock Presbyterian L-lnirch was the scone of a wed- dins June 7 when Sandra Ann Marlwv became the bride of Marten Smith. Their parents are Mr and Mrs .Marvin 'Marlow, Bancroft, and Mr and Mrs Frank Smith, Algona. Rev. Clifford' Nordine officiht- d at the double-ring ceremony n the presence of 150 guests. \1rs Donna Steven was organist d Nancy Fisher soloist. Barbara Marlow, Bancroft, was maid of honor and Judy Marlow, Jurt, was bridesmaid. Flower was Joyce Gifford, Bancroft, and ring-bearer was Steve Shaf- r. Roger Hanson, Algona was jest man and Irich Smith was groomsman. Ushers were Ken- -ieth Schmidt, Lone -Rock, and Brian Rike, Algona. The bride wore a gown fashioned with a blouse of imported Chantilly lace, a Sabrina neckline trimmed with pearls anil long French sleeves. The .bouffant skirt was styled with a panel of lace with sides of imported illusion net with lace applique She wore a veil of imported illusion and a necklace of pearls a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a white Bible, a gift from the bridegroom's father, and' bouquet of pink roses. A wedding reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Violet Shaffer, Mason City, registered the guests ana Rqyetta Steinman, Algona, cut the cake. Mrs Laurence Presthus, Bancroft, poured and Roberta, Hanson, Truman, Minn., and Rose Ann Gilford, Lone Rock, were in charge of the gifts..,..Also assisting at the reception were Ann Rike, Sheryl Morris, Judy Marlow and Marlene Wik. The bride is a graduate -of Sentral high school and has been employed at Lone Rock. The bridegroom is a graduate of Algona high school and is in the U. S. Army reserve. He 'is employed here. After a week's wedding trip to Canada and northern 'Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Smith are at home in Algona.—(Glenn's Studio Pho- to—UDM Engraving). NOTHING TO BUY! NO OBLIGATION! REGISTER NOW AT THESE CHEVROLET DEALERS MEMBERS OF THE CHEVROLET DEALERS ASS'N. Kossuth Motor Co. Algona Elbert Garage Whiiiemore Peterson Chev. Co. Swea City Montgomery Bulck-Chev. Estherville H & N Chevrolet Spencer Boyer Chevrolet Hartley Burns Chevrolet Lake Park Swenson Garage Ruthven > Brookfield Chevrolet Sutherland Garner Motor Sales Garner Schaeff er Chevrolet West Bend Carr Chevrolet Milford Jensvold Chevrolet Buffalo Center Yeakel Garage ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner ;, ; John H, Junker 'f ^ ** \ ' ^,$wrtn •n, Qyafton Mrs Raphael Faber entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening with Mrs Laurence Thilges, Mrs Tony Weyderl and Mrs Adam Berte as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Milford Plathe, Mrs Harold Friders and Mrs Martin Friders. Dick Hammer, son of Mrs Florence Hammer, is on 17 day National Guard training at Camp Guernsy, Wyo. Mr and Airs Joe Sinnwell, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, drove to Minneapolis Thursday afternoon to get their daughters, Connie Sinn- well and Patricia Wagner, who spent tnc past four weeks at the McConnell Airline School. Mrs Ernest J. Gales entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs Nick Bormann and Mrs Ed Bormann as guests Prizes were awarded to Margare Reidmiller, Mrs Damain Cent graf and Mrs Nick Bormann. Kathy Gales, daughter of M and Mrs E. J. Gales, and Sheryl Reding, daughter of Mr and Mi- Harold Reding are home on two week vacations from St. Joseph's School of Nursing at Sioux City. Barbara Ann Reding, 2M> month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter C. Reding, was brought home on Tuesday afternoon from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been a medical patient the previous week. Nancy Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr and ^Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas from St. Benedict, was a visitor several days this week at the K, L. Kohlhaas home. Other visitpj-s were Marian, Theresa and Carol KoWhaas. Mrs J Thilges entertained .per §QQ on Wednesday evening with Mrs Bob Borfnann, Mrs Leonard Guire an4 Mrs Maurice .receiving prizes. JB*^ On Skyrocketing Prices, We're Lowering The Cfj * ">iJ ' U. S. CHOICE STEAK ROUND SWIFT'S PREMIUM DEFATTED - FULLY COOKED FRANKS 2 LB. CELLO BAG 89c HAMS 49c 89c SWIFT'S > CHEESE 69* CUT UP FRYERS BUTT END 59c Lb. 79c 10 Lbs SUG A LARGE FRESH ' . CANTALOUPE 19c LA ! RGE, FIRM LETTUCE--..—2 For 25c RED. RIPE. JUICY WATERMELON 98c AND up FROZEN FOODS FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 For 89c SEAMIST LEMONADE We 1/2 GAL. THRIFT PAC ICE CREAM 59c PATIO PARTY BUYS! ifcft«pm T «» nfT ILAND Potato Chips L4RGE Regular OP Wavees HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 For Si .00 HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES Qt. 29C LUNCHEON MEAT TREET 2 For..... 89? Large Jar AND 25 EXTRA GREEN STAMPS AIR CO 54 OZ. CAN FINEST PORK ' BEANS 3 FOR $ 14 OZ. PKG. Wlarshmailows 2 For „„„. All FLAVORS KOOL AID 10 For 39* FOR YOUR COMFORT!

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free