The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1959
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(la.) fr* Metnet ThuHdety, July 9, Verno Schmidt Wecfs Mrs Heiden, Ringsted, Dies, Rites July 1 ftingsted — Mrs Louis F. (Bessie Maude) Heiden died June 29 at the Good Samaritan Home at Estherville where she nnd her husband have resided since last spring. She had boon ailing for several years, She was born July 23, 1876 at Garrison and her par- »Tii* were Mr and Mrs L. C. Pur- coll. She attended the Garrison school afid September 26, 1809, married Louis F. Heiden at Garrison. Mr Heiden was ihe Ideal druggist who has bjeeiljfStired Mr a number o$-yeflr.s. She Was a member ,of St. Raul's LutHefan church of Rirrgstod, ' She is survived by her husband and four children; Mrs ,Shtlon (Flossie) Snyder, Windom t " Minn., Horace Heiden, Minneapolis,' Mrs Henry (Marguerite) Webet, Waterloo, and Loland Heideh, Owa-, Minn., a sister,'Mrs Edison Thomas of Long Beach, Calif., four grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. ' • . Funeral services were held in St. Paul's Lutheran church "VVetl- ncsday afternoon at 2 p.m. ftev. Stanley ttansen offidated. feu*, ial was in the St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery. STromas funeral Hom^ of Ringsted, was in charge of fti* nefal arrangements. LEDYARD NEWS Mrs Melvin Wentworth and Mrs Ray We"ntworth left on Tuesday for Texas to visit Melvin at Lackland Air Force Base. Mrs Henrietta Dontje went to Titonka pn Tuesday and brought her grandchildren -t)ean and Brian Meckler, sons of the Douglas Mecklers, home to stay several days while their parents •were in Briti at the hospital Bedside of Mr MexJhler's father, (Ml- Clafrence Meekler of feritt, "jftio passed a^ay thefe earfy Thursday morning. Funeral services .were to be held fit Titonka on Monday. The Methodist Woman's Society will imeet at the church on Thursday afternoon, July 9th with Mrs Fred Button and Mrs Howard Thompson as hostesses. Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyit and Fred and .Ed Munyer .went to Minneapolis on last" Monday to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs Sehauckor. Th'ey returned the 'same evening. On Wednesday evening the following gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnson to help Mr JohWm celebrate his Wrtfcdaft Mf and Mrs Aft WM- Jes,and daughters of f/akata, Mf and Mrs Herb Beenken and sons &f Buffald Center, Mr and Mrs Roger Goete and family, Mr and Mrs John Walterman, Mr arid Mrs Epko Johnson an<d family, Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson, Mrs Henrietta DoMje, Mr and Mrs Eldon Donlje and family arid Mr and Mrs Jay Blome. Independence Day was first celebrated in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776, the day when the public learned the actual words of the Declaration of Ihdepen-1 dence. tipper Des Moines Verna Belle Schmidt became the bride of Raymond Glen Penning is a ceremony Juno Ifc in First Methodist church hero. The ' bride is a daughter of Mrs Ray Wessel. Algona, and the late Paul Schmidt. The bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs John Penning, Wesley. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs V. K. Rising was organist and Kim Deal soloist. Mrs Joe Penning was i\jatron of honor. August Schmidt was best man and John Marti ushered. The bride wore a gown of white i^ydon lace over satin. It was ballerina length. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a beaded headpiece and her flowers were an arrangement of pink roses on a white Bible. Following the ceremony a reception was hold at the Algona Hotel. Mrs Wilbert Baas kept the guest book, Mrs Beatrice Baldwin cut the cake, and Mrs John Marti poured. Table waitresses were Carol Shore, Pam Porter, Joyce Opheim and Martha Intveld. After a short wedding "trip to Osakis, Minn., Mr and Mrs Penning will be at home in Algona. (Missal Photo - UDM Engraving) Former Lakofa Teacher Dies In Wisconsin Lakola — This community was greatly shocked to learn of the sudden death of Donald Baum of Belleville, Was. Mrs Baum taught vocal music in the.. Lakota school for two years and has since been teaching at Sparta, Wis. Rev. La Verne R. Meinecke. with whom Mr Baum roomed while teaching here, received .word of his death on Wednesday Rev. Meinecke and V. A. Barrett attended funeral services held a,t Belleville on Friday. 3 Join Marines Terry Spear, Michael Ellsworth and Dale Junkermeier left Friday morning for Des Moines where they were inducted*- into the Ail Iowa Devil Dog Platoon of the U. S. Marines. Mr, and Mrs Marvin Junker meier, .Karen Wallentine, Mrs Sophie Ellsworth-and Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson, the latter o Bancroft,'drove to Des Moines on Saturday where they visited the boys and attended induction ceremonies. Engagement Announced • Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Gwendolyn Mae, to Leon Kremer, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kremer of Wells, Minn. The wedding date has been set for August 9 at St. • Paul's Lutheran Church in Lakota. Christ Reunion The annual Christ reunion was held Sunday at the school at Leland, with 68 in attendance. Present from this area were Mr and Mrs Fred Mabus. Mr and Mrs A. C. Klocke,.Mj- and Mrs Roland Smith, Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs John V. Dornbush and family and Mr and Mrs Hilmer Hanson. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Sidney Erdahl became the parents of a son« Brian Jay, June 23. The young man weighed 8 pounds and seven ounces. The same day a daughter Laura Ruth, was born to Mr and Mrs Dennis Lunn. Mrs Lunn is the former Erna Heidecker. The young lady weighed seven pounds, one and one-half ounces with Kathleen Christ. ... (Mrs Reinder Krominga of Tinka spent the weekend with icr son and family, the Raymond iCromingas. Mr and Mrs Yemen Dornbach and family and Mr and Mrs Raymond Krominga and family and the letter's ^mother enjoyed a 4th of July "picnic at Fairmont. Mrs ' William Kienitz, 'who underwent major surgery at Buffalo Center hospital last week, returned to her home Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Wilson Brack entertained at Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs Lawrence LeWls and daughters. Rfev. tmd Mrs Virgil Smith and family of Babliit, Minn, spent the weekend' at the John E. Smith and Herman: Jutting homes. Elton L. Head, who is in the service, is now Pfc. He has graduated from the radio course he was taking and is 'now an assistant instructor. ' Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff and family loft Friday morning for Woman Lake, Minn, for a..w.eek'& vacation. Monday evening callers at the Lauren Thompson home w iv "e the George Wempens of 'Buffalo Center and the Howard Thompsons of Bancroft. On Tuesday evening the Everett Thompsons of Ledyard, Iowa were ' there. They are expecting their son ~ lenn this week for a three week furlough from the Marines. Mr and Mrs Lynn Gordon and family of Carpenter were Sunday dinner guests of the John bursts. Mrs Russell Winter was hostess to a coffee party honoring Mrs Florence McAdarn.s of De Ridder, Louisiana. Present were Mrs Ray Winters, Mrs Glenn Mabus, Mrs Vernon Smith and Mrs Ronald Heetland. Mr and Mrs Leo Crawford became the parents of a nine pound 11 ounce daughter, June 29. Sunday afternoon and evening was ">Fun Day" for the Hawkeye Federation of Luther Leaguers at Mason City, Nine leaguers from St. Paul's Lutheran church of Lakota and their pastor, Rev. L. R. Meinecke, attended, Mr and Mrs J. W, Cook have had as guests the past week C. A. Eels of Des Moines, the Russell Castor family of Burl, Richard McKee of Fort Dodge and Mavis Ulveness. Mrs John Steenhard and son Edwin spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister, the Edwin Reeds at Fort Dodge. 'Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rieffer, Leslie and Kay returned Saturday evening from a two week trip at the Boy Scout Camp, Camp Philmont, near Cimmaron, New Mexico. A good crowd was present at Mrs John Steenhard spent Sun- . <„ & «wv. ^v/w^ *>=„ *««,=*,,. Ql day afternoon with her sister, Mrs I the Stag Party held at the Legion Tillie Wessels at Buffalo Center. *--" m --- j = -'-- «-'--- - ' Mr and Mrs J. A. Dornbush and family and Mr and Mrs J. V. Dornbush a.nd family enjoyed a 4th of July picnic at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Albert Rippentrop -.were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and family, the LaVert Fojlmans at East Chain, Minn.' Tuesday evening callers at the Ray Becker home were Mr and Goldtrap and family of Mrs Elmore. Mrs Waiter Sachs and Mrs red Bawnan were hostesses to the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon in the -L perish, hall, g-ave -Mrs Melyin Sch- topic, Irene Pet- read a poem, Cecil Mabus. Majbus, Jeanne gheldahl A*4JJ3S Christ played several on thus piano and sang hall Tuesday night. Robert Ruby won the 21 inch TV set, Mrs Herman Jutting the Sunbeam Electric Deep Fryer and Wilson Brack the electric coffee maker. Word has been received here that Mrs Vance Lester, former Lakotan now living at Rochester, Minn., underwent major surgery at the Methodist Hospital there Rev. Warren C. Bloyer, age 35, died last Thursday at the Waterloo Memorial hospital of cancer. Mrs Bloyer is a granddaughter of Grandma Frerichs and is Mrs Gerzema's niece. Sunday afternoon, Mrs Ernest Christ entered Mercy hospital at Mason City. She underwent surgery on her eye Monday morning. Byron Garrett, who was badly cut by glass, was allowed to return home Tuesday. FASTCO on tliese ICE CREAM Half Gal. £9$ GERBERS BABY FOOD J Cans 49c GALLON ADAMS WHOLE SECTIONS 303 CANS FASTCO ">•' 59C CH LUDINGTON DARK SWEET "BING" NO. 303 SIZE CANS LEAN LOIN END CHOPS & , ROASTS IB. RE-UNION PORK ¥ BEANS LARGE 2Y2 SIZE BOONE RIVER SKINLESS CENTER CUT SLICES YOUNG TENDER MOTHERS NOODLES BIG PKG. tux LIQUID BIG 22 OZ. CAN CHARMIN ROLL PKG. CAMPBELL'S EXTRA LEAN SAVORY SLICED BACON TOMATO JUICE 4601 CAN REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE HUNTS FRESH GROUND PURE PORK SAUSAGE Trait Cocktail NO. ,300 SIZE CAN USPfl BRUCE'S LIQUID FLOOR WAX HI-C Qt. 79c 46 OZ. CAN SUNSHINE GRAHAM CRACKERS 7 OZ. PKG. 1 POUND NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT 12 oz, PKGS, HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON Pound Can JELL-O Puddings PKGS. APPLES WINESAPS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES EFFECTIVE JULY 9 TO JULY 16 PEACHES CALIFORNIA ELBERTAS REG. CRATE $

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