The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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# * y , A. S. C, Township Election Complete; 140 Men Named The count of ballots naming 8-A!gona (Id.) Upper Dei Molfie* 140 townships committepmen was completed at the ASC office here last Thursday morning. The vote was conducted from Juno 25 through July 7 by mail. A total of 1265 ballots were cast, 419 less than a year ago. in the various townships. Newly elected chairmen and vice chairmen of the community committees will serve as delegates and alternate delegates to the county ASC convention which will be held on July 25 here. The one-year term of all newly elected county and community committeemen will begin on Aug 1. A complete list of newly elected community committeemen follows: Buffalo — Arthur Rode. Clarence Brandt, Burton Hanson. William Frit?., David C. Bollie. Burl — Russell PaUel-son, O. T. Cherland, Fred Davis, Ralph Thompson, Bernard Tigges. _ __ Cresco — Ross Calhoun, Ralph Morgan, John P. Simon, Ronald Sabin. Robert Buscher. Eagle — Richard O'Green, Walter Hans, Everett Thorson, Harold Carr, Michael GrabianoW- ski. Fenton — John Munch, Clair Bellinger, Robert Schmidt, Jr.. Harold Wehrspan, Albert Mitchell. Garfield r— Arnold Kctclson. B. J. Anliker, Clinton Stotzel, Arlie Banwart, Harvey Buenger. Thursday, July 16, 1959 German — Evert Sleper, Albert Sleper, Eugene Bcenken, James Mcinders, Ben Buss. Grant — Leon McCoy. A. M. Tokheim. Leslie Mino, W. L. Reynolds, Donald Mino. Greenwood — Joe Fangman, Erwin Heldorfer, Clarence Vaske, Alfred Bormann, Paul Inman. Hebron — Edwin Naumann. Buryl Berg, Swen Larson, Ronold Got'ke, Marvin Junkermoier. Harrison — James C. KoHasch, Marvin Simonsmeier, Richard M Anderson, Hollis Beadle, Roy Ehrhnrdt. Irvincfton — Robert Mayer, F. H. Froehlich, Loren Larson, Lyle Raney, Arthur Benschoter. Ledyard — Arlowe C. Blome, LaV«rne Edwards, Ted Thilgcs. Roland Smith Jr., Fred Christ. Lincoln — Menno Limberg, Ernest Heidecker, Elmer Haas, Alfred Melz, Alfred Christ. Lolls Creek — Wayne Gade, William Hannover, Harold Bjustrom, James 'Butler, Orville 'Muller. LuVerne — Edwin Marty, W. Raymond Legler, Albert Girard, Eugene Casey, Gail Wolf. Plum Creek — Ronald Gardner, Richard Compney, Lyle Davis, Jewell Larsen, Dixon Young. Portland — Harold Presthus, M/J. Trunkhill, W. J. Stewart, Robert II. Lensin-g, Roger- Scott. Prairie — Geo. B. Kunkel, Dan Froehlich, Louis Lickteig, Arndorfer, Phillip Arndor- Swing Your Joe Ford, Leander Vaske, James Antoine, Con J. Schiltz. Donald Degen. RSverdale — Bernard Thilges, Orville Wagner, John Capesius, Clarence Bormann, Wm. McGuire. 'Seneca — Donald Bollig, Lyle England, Charles Osborn, Fred Johannesen, Verl Smith, Sherman — Carl E. Swanson, Charles K. Hanselman, Robert Bormann, Harold E. Nielsen Jr. John Geisheckcr. Springfield — Ted Green, John Kramersmicr, John ; Darnell, Elmer Anderson, Herman Brandt Swea — Verne R. Johnson Bernard Verbrugge, Elvin Swanson, Sam Butcher, Eugene Peterson. Union — Kenneth Slrayor, Orville Gardner, Harvey Reid, Richard Sarchet, Maynard Wiegand. Wesley — Andrew Reising. Geo. Detmering, Robert Bolenius, Luther Nygaard, Joe Goetx.. Whii*emore — Carman Adams, Paul Ludwig, Ed J. Besch, Chas M. Bormann, Fred H. Kollasch. lessen. . ( /' * Sunday guests at the C. C. Smema frotoe honoring Mrs Serzema on her birthday Were, and Mris Alvin Gerzetna, Johrt Serzema, Mr and Mrs John Bruhns and sons, Mf arid Mrs Arnold Frerichs, Mr- ahd Mrs Carlyle Gerzetna,'-all of Buffalo Center and her son Larry, Helens, Mont. Mtr and Mfs V. A. Barrett and sons, Clare and Charold, attended the annual Ranney reunion at Hurt Sunday. of ttifr building. 4-H'crs over the county will be following the dance call demon strated by these county officers as they dnnce on the green at the annual County. Square Dance Party. This event is scheduled Friday evening, July 17, on the Athletic field at the Fairgrounds. The parly was planned and will be carriec out by the girls and boys county officers. Leaders are admitted free while a small charge will be made for club members. Ann Smith, Carol Hanisch, Howard Thilges and Philip Fisher, Jr. are shown above practicing for the event. (UDM Engraving). ttle Karen Kuchenreuther Is Bride Of Edwin Hammer SUNDA Y DINNERS Served EVERY SUNDAY IN BALLROOM PLUS MUSIC on the Hammond Organ 1 Delicious Food Graciously Served FROM 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Hotel Algona COFFEE SHOP And DINING ROOM Karen 'Kay Kuchenreuther, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchenreuther of Algona, ' became the bride of Edwin Hammer in a ceremony in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Saturday morning, July 11. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs John Hammer of Algona. Father Edward Mason officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. Kathleen Griffin was organist and Tom Hutchison, soloist. Acolytes were Dean Dodds and James Erpelding. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs Eugene OsteitfSanBt of Buffalo Center. Richard Dudding, Bancroft, was best marl and Richard Hammer and Richard Dornbier were ushers. The bride wore a floor length gown of nylon tulle and lace, over taffeta. It was fashioned with Ohantilly lace panels in front and back with a chapel train. The fitted bodice of lace over taffeta featured a sequin trimmed sweetheart neckline with short lace sleeves. Her finger-tip veil was caught to a crown of Chanitilly lace orament- ed with pearls and sequins. Her flowers were red rose buds and white carnations. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held at the K. C. hall. The bridegroom's sister,, Delores Hammer, registered the guests, and Mrs James Kuchenreuther, Marshalltown, cut the cake. Barbara Kuchen- reuther, sister of the bride, and Mrs Hank Elbert served the punch and Mrs Clarence Golla and Mrs Richard Duddinig poured coffee. Gifts were in charge of Mrs Charles Harmon, Beverly Hovey and Mrs Donald Hammer. Table waitresses were Mrs Donald Myers, Mrs Robert Kuhlmann, Mrs Robert Ernst, Darlene Seller and Shirley Sorenson. The bride is a graduaite of Algona high school and attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy hero and is employed at Hilton's .Service Station. After a wedding trip of two weeks to Colorado, Mr and Mrs Hammer will be at home at 530 North Jones St. here. 5 Couples Get Licenses To Wed Five wedding licenses were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson during the week. They went to: ;' July 9 — Robert J. Brown ahd Paula Gerike, Aigona; and Edwin Hammer and Karen Kuchen- reuther, Algona. '•' July 10 '• — Donald Fowser, Lake Wilson, Minn., and Lorelie Rupp, Algona. 'July 11 — Robert G. Wi'tham and Virginia Helmers, Algona; and Gerald H. 'Bormann, Whittemore, and Norma Bierle, Lone Rock. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. La Scot a News Portland News 'Mr and Mrs C. L. Young were Sunday guests at the Bob Young home in Clear Lake. Sue Rasmussen returned.home from a week's vacation spent with her, brother aftd family, -Mr and Mrs Richard Rasmussen and Kayla Rae. ' They came up for the 4th, and Sue returned home with them. Linda Fairbanks wont to Des Moines Tuesday, to spend a few days with her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs John Raedy. Linda and Sue returned together on a bus, to Algona, Sunday evening where their parents picked them up. Mr and Mrs" Paul Krueger, Marie and Lawrence surprised Herman Riggert of Lone Rock, Monday evening, when they drove over to the Riggert home to help him celebrate his birthday. . "The morte you flare up, the sooner you burn out." Clothing Store Damaged When Water Overflows A water softener ift the apart meftl of <Mr and Mrs- George Me •Mahon overflowed Monday night and did Some damage in the Hub clothing More on the first ftdor DON'T GAM '..... flOALITT Steeped through „, . ihe hewly-*waxed floor of the^Moffe and soaked some boxfes of ittjErchatidise. The water drijSjbed through to the basement in spots: The damage Was discovered when the store was opened fof busSriisS Tuesday morning. Although o[uite a bit o! mofrping up Was necessary, damage was descMtoed as minor by Bob Wiltiafris, ^tore owner. —.a......».-., The three circles of the Presbyterian chuiich met Thursday. The Esther Circle met in the afternoon with Mrs Albert Rippentrop. Mrs John Roelfsema was co-hostess. Mrs Ronald Heetland gave the devotions and Mrs Jerry Hoctland the lesson. Mrs Irvin Koppen assisted by Mrs John Steenhard sntertained the Miriam Circle. Mrs C. W. Buckels gave the devotions and Mi's Andrew Jansen the lesson. Thursday evening, Mrs Elmer 'Haas and Mrs Gene Garrett entertained the Mary Circle in the church. Mrs Lawrence Lewis gave the devotions and Mrs John Uke'na -the Uranium for the first atomic bomb was produced in a plateau region of Colorado. Deficiously Miterl PAINT WITH THE BEST Sate Price continues just as long as ' , the present stock lastsl So Hurry Inl OUTSIDE WHITE DAVIS LEADER, reg. $4.49 -—- $3.39 Gil. DAVIS EVERBRIGHT, reg. $6.19 _—— $4.79 Gal. DAVIS ONE COAT, reg. $8.25 _ _ $6.75 Gal OUTSIDE COLORS —' Fabulous Colors in every shade — 1200 colors plus innumerable shaefes. Deluxe Quality—Top coverage. Guaranteed Fadeproof and only $6.99 per Gallon. 'S Davis Paint Store Algona, Iowa We're Kookin' FOR HERE'S A RARE ONE! Men's Long - Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS TWO FER $4 These sold from $5.95 to $3.98. NOW they're ALL YOURS for d'STIAU Byy 'em NPW for Fall . , , All Sizes. We also have some TOP CHOICE items as well as a few PRIME PIECES on our sidewalk tables, These will be items of one or two of a kind, and early birds will really get some BARGAINS because WE DON'T WANT THEM ANYMORE) And, they'll be priced so you can't pass them up. AT THE Remember That's BUH Spelled Backwards ! How Crazy Can You Get? FRIDAY (We Keep On Trying) Fancy Costume's for One Day Only July 17th The annual RIDICULOUS DAYS have become an institution in Algona, something customers in this trading territory look forward to and enjoy. Once a year, merchants and their helpers, "let down their hair" and make fools of themselves to everyones pleasure. Crazy costumes, outlandish regalia only serve to add to the fun and frolic. You'll be missing the laugh ofiyour life if you don't show up at RIDICULOUS DAY, one day only, FRIDAY, JULY 17th. This is the only day you'll see the masquerade/ Merchants have decided that one day of dressing up is enough. SIDEWALK BARGAINS TWO DAYS, FRIDAY AND — JULY 17-18 Sidewalk selling will continue for TWO DAYS and fresh bargains will be added as stock is sold out. We really haven't picked out all our choicest bargains r— there are many small lots of desirable merchandise which will last only a few hours. Of one thing you can be sure — anything on the sidewalk tables at THE CHRISCHILLES STORE will be QUALITY ITEMS — NOT JUNK, Nothing will ever be purchased especially for these days; EVERYTHING WILL ALWAYS be from our stock of reliable, quality goods, CHRISCHILLES STORE

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