The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 4
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"if t 4-Algbnd fla.) Upptr Bet Mdtow ttftirtdcty, July 9, Wed Here June 24 First Methodisl church was the scene of a wedding June 2' when Roberta Fiddler became the bride of Thomas McMahon. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs George Weig, Jr.. Algona, -anc the bridegroom the son of Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson. Rev. James Boyd of the Congregational church officiated at the ceremony. Matron of honor at the wedding was Virginia Helmers.- Best man was Robert Witham. The bride wore a white ankle length dress of lace and tulle with a finger.-tip veil. Her flowers were a bouquet of red roses. The bride attended Algona high school. The bridegroom also attended Algona high school and is serving in the U.S. Navy.- After a short wedding trip, the bridegroom will return to duty at Long Beach Calif. His bride will join him iii the fall. (Glenn's Studio Photo, UDM Engraving). 5oci<?t-y Notes Tot Is Three Mrs Gene Scha^tsehneider gave a party Wednesday afternoon, July 1, for her daughter, Sally, who was celebrating her third birthday. Guests included Joan Bernardo. Joe and Bill, Peggy Lallier, Linda and Diane, MarUyn Benson, Debbie and Brett, Cookie Laubenthal, Cindy and Karla, Betty Wilcox, Kristy and Joanne, Teresa Ostwinkle, Joe and Steve, and Kyle Schattschneider, the honoree's brother. Returns From Trip Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilges, accompanied by Maureen and Garry Thilges and Betty and Alice Cink, drove to Des Moine^ June 21 to meet their, daughter iBrenda, who had just returnee from an interesting 9-day trip to Washington. Hoover Reunion Held A Hoover-Abel reunion was held July 5 at Mclntosh park at Clear take. Attending from this area were Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover and Kevin, Mr and Mrs Lu Hoover and Pat\of Burt, Mr and Mrs Teddy Hoov,er Jr. : and family, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Hoover, Wesley, and Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and family and Mrs Mary Olson, Algona. Baby Arrives , Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman became grandparents for the third ,time, Monday when a daughter was born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A. C. De Craine at Houston, Texas. Thtf baby weighed 8 pounds and has a brother David,, 4, and a sister ,Lisa, 2Vfe. Mrs De Craine is the former Joan Hoffman. Home On Leave Bill Robinson is . spending a month's'leave from the air force here with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. E. (Bud) Robinson. At the conclusion of his leave, Bill will go 'to Alaska for 18 months. Mrs E. 'E. Robinson returned Tuesday from Fort Dodge where she was a patient at Mercy hospital for •ten days. Ex-Burt Boy Hurt ; Word was received Wednesday of a serious- injury to a former 'Burt boy, Jerry Lee Lewis, 19, 'Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis inow of Westside. Jerry rejortedly was working with his father as 'a carpenter and fell from the top 'of a building. Relatives said the -youth may bo paralyzed from the hips down. Algona Girl Wins Kelly Scholarship One Injured, One Charged After Mishaps Three mishnps were investigated in this area during the wrek. Only one p?rson, Layns J. JOT- gens, 20, Algona, received injuries. He was cut and bruised at 3-:30 a.m. Thursday when his auto clashed into a ditch Hi miles wo?t nf AJgona on Mc- Grppor street road. Jergcns reportedly was ofj his way U> work at the time, and according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who investigated t h p crash, must have fallen asleep He was headed west, crashed into the north ditch and hit a driveway and fence on the Kenneth Brandpw farm. His auto was a total wreck and $25 damage resulted to the fence. He was treated at St. Ann hospital Autos driven by Ubbe E. Ubben, 38, Titonka, and John G. Huisinga, 68, Woden, collided at 10 a.m. Friday two miles north and one-half"mile east of Titonka on a blacktop road. Ubben wai headed south and Huisinga north at the time. Damage to the Ubben vehicle was estimated at $400, while the Huisinga car sustained $200 damages, accprd- ing to Patrolman Bill • T.ordof f, who charged Ubben with failing to yield one-half of the roadway At 5 p.m. Friday, an auto driven by Lavonno D. Kardpes 20, Swea Cily, slid into a ditch 7'/z miles south of Swea City on a * gravel road, "Wet MiW going around a traetof driven by Ordean L. Kabrick, 28, Bancroft, which had a four-row cullivafefrr attached and reportedly got too close to the edge of the road and wont into the dnch. Both vehicles were headed south at the time, There was M damage to the trac-' u>r or equipment, wmle .the Gin suffered an estimated $100 damage, according lo Patrolman Tojdoff who investigated. Pastor Is Ncmed For Swea Church Swea Cily — At .the North Iowa Conference of the Methodist churches at Mason City recently, Rev. S. H. Hammer received ah appointment to the CtJlmore City - Rutland charges. Rev. and Mrs Hammer with their children came to Swea City in the fall of 1945. While here all of their children graduated from Swea City school. Rev. and Mrs W. A. Farmer of the Archer-Baker chirrched will be the new'minister in the Swea City - Grant charge. The Farmers have two small children. Fire At Irvington Algona's firemen, short in number due to the Fourth of July weekend/were called to the Frankl gravel pit at the -south edge of Irvington Sunday afternoon when a bonfire, which was reportedly started by some children, spread to dry grass and pieces of dead wood in the pit. There was no property damage? according to Fire Chief Ira Kohl. Wed At Bancroft Judy Mcscher, Algona, wan awarded the second annual .Keley Lumber Company scholarship of $200, according to an" announcement by the owners, Mr and Mrs Louis Kclley. Judging was by... an impartial committee not connected with the lumber company. •Miss Mescher is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Mescher and is a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy here. She plans., to enter Briarcliff College at Sioux City for the fall term to major in elementary teacher training. Heavy Rain Here Follows Return To Hot Readings The mercury climbed -.-back into the nineties this week after H cool weekend. High temperatures were in the low 80's for ideal weather over the. 4th of July weekend. Thunder showers started early Wednesday morning and there was .80 of an inch of rain by noon. : : -•-•••• According to Wayne" Johnson, official weatherman at the .Algona Ail-port, the week's ..readings are as follows: H L July 2.— 76 49 July. 3 81 56 July 4 —85 65 July 5_. 80 55 July 6._-' 82, 49 July 7— 90 70 .07 War Prisoner To Be Speaker At Swea City Rev. Josef I. Herschkowitz will be speaker at nightly meeting July 13-16 at the First Baptist church at. Swea City. He will tell of personal sufferings and persecution of the Jews under the Nazi occupation of Austria. Rev. Herschkowitz escaped the infamous concentration camp at Dachau to a Christian Mission in Vienna. He studied lor the ministry -in Holland and is now itinerant missionary for the American Board of Missions to the Jews. The meetings begin at 8 p.m. St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft was the scene of a wedding June 25 when Patricia Mary Doocy became the bride of Philip A. Bernhard,. The couples' parents are Mr" and Mrs William F, Doocy and Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard, all of Bancroft. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated at the double ring ceremony. Ann "Vogel was organist.' Acolytes were Tom Schiltz, Dick Simmons, Dick Donahue and Richard Egan. Joan Baas was ,maid of honor and Cletus Pitzenberger was best man. Arnold Fangman and James Doocy ushered. The bride wore a gown of white tulle and chantilly lace over nylon net and taffeta. The bodice was fashioned of nylon tulle with chantilly bands forming the neckline. The skirt was redingote style, with the ruffled skirt of mile over a full taffeta undei skirt. Her veil of English Brida illusion fell from a half-crown of lace and seed pearls. Her jewelo was a necklace of pearls witl matching earrings, a gift of the bridegroom, and her flowers were an arrangement of red roses on a white prayerbook. A dinner was served at nooi at the Plantation ballroom a Whittemorc, A. reception for 20( guests was held in th eafternoon Mrs Gene Nemmers registered thi guests and Mary McGuire was ii charge of the gifts. Eileen Binge and Marilyn Doyle were wait resses. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school at Bancroft, The bridegroom is also a graduate of St. John's and served two •ears in the army. He farms five ,i.i«=o wesi 01 Bancroft, where-the nu"le will be at.home. (Glenn's itudio Photo—UDM Engraving). 4-H Livestock Set For July Galling All Kids! •:, Take An OUTBOARD, HYDROPLANE RACER For Water Fun I ity A ThimWf *. Drone Engine y^$semWe4 rr Ready Tc Qo Specially Pr|0cJ For "WatejvFun Weather" Reg, $9.98^ fpr A Limited Time Only Throe 4-H livestock judging training meetings, July 10, 15 and 16, at 6:45 p.m., are scheduled lor club members, parents and leaders wishing to learn more about the fundamentals of selecting livestock. Classes of beef, dairy and swine will be placed and discussed at the workouts. The schedule is as follows: July 10 — beef, dairy and swine judging at Thoreson Bros, farm, located on the west side of the road 4 mi. W., 3 mi. N. Swea City, July 15 — beef judging at James Bicrstcdt's, 4 mi. S. and. 1 mi. W. Fen ton. At 7:30, dairy and swine judging at Hilbert Bierstedt's farm, located first place south of Bierstedt's. July 16 — beef, dairy and swine at the Simon Henry, farm located on the north side of the road 2 mi. W. of Algona on the McGregor blacktop, i __.^_______— Bitten By Dog Bancroft — Eddie McGuire, 15, son of Mr and.Mrs Charles McGuire, was bitten by a clog while walking to town Thursday, The dog left teeth marks and a badly bruised leg, but no stitches were needed to close the wound. He was taken to Dr. Egan's office where he received treatment and the dog was ordered tied up. Injured In Crash Word has been received here that former Algonans, Mr and Mrs Ted Vaughn, were injured in a two-car collision seven miles west of Canton, S. Dakota, June 28. The Vaughns now live at Alma, Michigan, und were on lhc>ir way to visit Mrs Vaughn's mother in South Dakota. They are both in the Inwood hospital at Canton. Mrs Vaughn has a broken knee cap and broken ribs. \/A OI VMrfl «^ Fentpn Woman listed. As Critical. Mrs Paul Cornelius wlio will be 34 Sunday, is li.sted in critical condition in tho Eslherviih: hos- oilal.'.She suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Friday while riding in a car, •>• ' Mrs Cornelius five months ago injured her back in a fall. Sal' hud been up only two months following recovery hum the uc- «:»'-- s ' .-. fi s .=''i At FOR HOT DAYS RAYS JACK YEL Q- B*yn ftnsi LARGE SLICING FOR ICE COLD LAST GALL FRESH CALIFORNIA ' Whole Or Half •••BBBBl COUNTRY GARDEN TOMATO JUICE 46-OZ. TIN DES MOINES BLEACH GAL. FOR FREEZING MAYFLOWER LIGHT MEAT 18-OZ. FAMILY, SIZE Makes 1 Gal. ,.39c SNOBOY, 6-OZ. GLACIER CLUB HALF-GAL. CALIF. NEW CROP 6V2-LB. JAR . $1.89 •**» JACK SPRAT COLORED MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING. 3-LBS. PICNIC SPECIAL SU-Z-Q • 46-OZ. CANT SUNKIST ENRICHED CLOTH BAG BUTTERNUT 2-LB. $ CAN MA BROWN'S 12-OZ. ASSORTED PRESERVES Per HUNT'S, FRUIT;" ^ .', /» • Cocktail 303 CAN RATH'S LEAN DEFATTED COMBINATION . CHOICE BEEF IB. SPECIAL CUT PRIME RIBS - FOR YOUR BAR - B - Q DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT ARBECUED RibletS"> " . •*-. '* ;• '' RATH'S SLICED ONE-LB. CELLO PKG. I ARMOUR SMOKED CHOPPED HAMIb. c HOME DRESSED BABY BEEF LiverorTongue MQRREU SLICED , 5-LB, BOX *'^^^y . ^^f ^^^P HORMEL'S All MEAT Minced lb 1 BOONE RIVER JUMBO ALL-MEAT FRANKS lb.59c / "*1^*PiMB

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