The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 6
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r n'flP , if ft-Algona (ta.) Upp»f DM MotnMThurtdltty, August 6, 1959 Karen Hutchins Wed Here Mf* ErtWn <3t*ifieft the District Iowa West L.W/M.L. Auditing Committee in Storm Lake Thursday. • . Rov. txmis Kollasch of Carroll spent several' days last week with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch. Miss Theresa Busherfold left (•this week) Wednesday for Chelsea, Mass., after spending a ten day leave here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Anthony Busherfeld. She is stationed in the navy hospital. The immediate families of Mrs Mathilda Meyer gathered at her home Sunday afternoon to honor her birthday which was the following day. Present were Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and son Roger, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family. Other guests were Robert Bell of Algona, Mr and Mrs fcmil Bicrstedt of Fenton, 'Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona. Mr and Mrs Dick Eklund of Killeen, Texas, are on a 30 day furlough, visiting the former's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Leroy Elbert. Around Algona First Congregational church j bouquet of pink roses, here was the scene of a wedding' Saturday afternoon when. Karen A, Hutchins became the bride of John D. Pirnot. The couple's parents ore Mr and Mrs Don Hutchins, Algona, and Mr and Mrs John Pirnot, Albia. Rev. James Boyd officiated at the double-ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Darlene Skogstrom was organist and Don Hutchins, father of the bride, soloist. Tom and Tim Hutchins, twin brothers of the bride, were candlelighters. Mrs Richard Allen, Des Moines, served her sister as matron of honor. Carol Harshbarger, Galesburg, 111., the bride's roommate at Drake University, was bridesmaid. . The bridegroom's brother, Walter Pirnot, was best man. Robert and Richard Hutchins, cousins of the bride, were ushers. The bride wore a white gown of satin, lace and net in three- quarter length. The long fitted lace sleeves ended in points al the wrists and the skirt was very full. Her finger-tip veil fell from 6 tiarra of white pearls and she ,vore a pearl necklace, gift of the bridegroom. Her flowers -were a A rehearsal dinner was held Friday evening for 30 guests at the home of the bride's parents. A reception in the church parlors was held immediately iullowing the ceremony. Linda Pirnot, sister of the bridegroom, •egistered the guests and Mi's Sugene Hutchins, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Mimi Wright poured and Ruby Sakata, Wailu- ui Maui, Hawaii, Ruth Wallstad, Moorland and Jackie Cook, Algona assisted the bride in opening the gifts. The bride was chosen Miss Algona of 1959, and was a finalist in the Miss Iowa (Universe) contest at Arnolds Park. She is a graduate of Algona high school and was 1958 Band Queen. She attended Drake University at Des Moines'and is affiliated with Delta Zeta sorority. The bridegroom is a graduate of Albia high school and was on active duty in the Korean, war. He formerly was assistant manager of a cafeteria in Des Moines and is at present manager of another at Lincoln, Nebr. ...... After a week's wedding trip to Colorado, Mr and. Mrs Pirnot will be at home at Lincoln. (Isaacson, photo—UDM engraving) Jerry Meyer> son of Mr ' and Mrs Fred Meyer, arrived home July 26 after spending some time at Seattle, Wash, with his sister, Marilyn, Mrs Max Flaig. Mr ahd Mrs Gene Heimer and Shirley, Linda and Judy, and Jean Sigsbee spent Sunday at Austin where they attended the Heimer family reunion. ' «i, r—if) Mrs Homer Lindhorsi is onca more a patient at St. Ann' hospital. She underwent surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, two weeks ago and came to A'lgona Sunday. Whittemore Scouts Earn Own Funds For Campout Mrs Clem Cavanaugh had as her guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Ben Shreier and children of Milwaukee, Wis. Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Dale Albright of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Joe Cogley and daughters, Dorothy and Mary Helen ,'artd 'grandson, Kirk Cogley, returned Friday from a trip througih Wisconsin, Michigan and Canada. , , , '* -i n --i Mrs Milo Rentz gave a party Wednesday asfternoon in honor o<£ the 13lth birthday .o-f her son, Danny. There were games and refreshments at the Rentz home. •Guests were Jim -Sires, David Logue, Richard and Ronnie Cook, Jim and Jerry Boudewyns and Richard Dreyer. Whittemore — Hildreth Pettit, Robert Fleming and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith took Whit- -temore's Troop 47 of the 'Boys Scouts to the Scout summer camp at Lake Okoboji, Sunday. There are 12 boys in troop 47 and all will spend this week with some 500 other scouts camping. \ , At various times during the past year, .the boys did odd jobs as a group and earned rnondy for the treasury. This trip to the summer camp is the pay-off. And all the boys need is only $6.00 o£ their own money for a whole week of fun at the camp, Aha balance to be taken from the treasury. They will return home Saturday 'afternoon, Aug. 8. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Peter W. Kollasch, Mi and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Charles G. Kollasch attended the wedding and reception of their nephew,. Gerald Hochford, son of Mr and 'Mrs Frank Rochford of New Hampton, to Patricia Baltes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nonbert 'Baltes of Charles City Saturday, in Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Charles City. The iRochfords are former residents here. Mr Rochford is a former superintendent of the Whittemore Public School Kollasch Reunion The eighteenth annual re union of the late Peter and Theresa Kollaseh was held last week'' Sunday in the Academy hall with Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink as chairman. 143 attended. Baas Reunion from Sleepy Eye, Minn., a week where he was a -patient in the hospital 'for a broken neck" for eight weeks after an auto accident. Lewis Gre-inert was released from St. Ann hospital..Sunday following a heart attack last week Monday. He 'will be confined .to his 'bed for several weeks. 'Mrs Ernie Meyer was released, from St.- Ann hospital Monday following surgery last ..week Tuesday. Rose Schumacher entered St. Ann hospital last week Monday and underwent surgery on Wednesday. ' Mr and Mrs Simon Weber and Mr and Mrs William Weber at- Mr and Mrs Berl Priebe arid son, Gary returned August 3 from a 2 week trip to the eastern states and Canada. Mr Prietoe conducted business in Virginia, New York and Canada and they stopped ,to visit the daughter, Paula,' who is attending summer school at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Mr -and Mrs George Faber in-: vite their friends and relatives to 'a wedding dance Wednesday evening, August 12, at the Plantation ballroom at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Faber were married July 22 and are at home on a fann near West Bend. The bride is the former Gertrude M. Thies of Odeboldt. tended the wedding of John Weber and Mary Ann Neubauer at Wells, Minn., Saturday. 'Mrs Anna Behnke announced that her son Edwin Gary, and Merna Sue Grimm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Klaus Grimm of Durant, Iowa, announced their engagement and approaching marriage. The wedding will take place Oct. 10 at Durant, Miss Grimm is a graduate of the Durant high school and Mr Behnke attended St. Paul's Lutheran school arid graduated from the Whittemore high school, attended school of Commerce at Omaha, Neb., and is employed with Rock Island Lines in Chicago, III, Mrs Charles Schultz of Kenosha, Wis. was a caller Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Schultz, the former Hulda Krue- 1 ger of Lotts Creek, and Mr Heidenwith were schoolmates, She also visited the Herbert Potratz home and other friends in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Orville Barber and family left Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Larry Sirayer, Biloxi, Mississippi, formerly of Algona,- became the parents of f daughter, Carla Jo", July 21. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtehdahl, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strayer, Hurt. Mr and Mrs Strayer became grandparents again the same day when a daughter Maria Jane was born to Mr and Mrs Melvin Zumaoh.. (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends The annual Baas reunion was f or a vacation at Rapid City, So held Sunday in the Sylvania Park in Fairmont. All present were descendants of the late Fred and ?- Dora Baas, who homesteaded four mi)es southeast of Whittemore 73 years ago. The only survivors of the Baas family ar* Mrs William Wehrspann of Ottosen, (Mrs Otto Wichtendahl and Mrs J p h n Geitzenauer of >Fenton. Iowa was represented by 22 families. 'Lou^is jBaas succeeded Lorenz Geitzenauer as president; Mrs Edward George was re-elected treasurer and Mrs William Lauek, secretary, Bisenius , Besch Reunion <• seven attended the Besch reunion at the „_,„, of Mrs Lucy.Besdh and! .tfE^awrence'Besoh Sunday, in, hon* .. -. _. ^ nftev.-K.arl'Benn «nd Mrs ^enn -at .Buffalo, New ^Others _out of the stats ,„„ ^ _,„ (Mrs William . ? Omaha, $e;b,, Mr and >-Mrs 3wute Connors of Adelphi, " area, families. Dak., and other points. Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer and family, Lake Crystal, Minn spent the weekend at the par ental home of Mr and Mrs Harry Schmelling. Injection B1CSLLIN FORTIFIED SWINE ERYSIPELAS Treat with a single shot for fast germ-killing action plus prolonged effect for five days or more. HONSBRUCH DRUG Polio Insurance PLUS 9 OTHER DREADED DISEASES For the family — Pays up to $5.000 / for each member, also POLIO - 9 other dreaded diseases and CANCiR for the family The cost is low, why try to carry this risk yourself. L. S. BOHANNON East of Iowa State Bank CAL FAME JUICE SALE Big 46 O'z. Cans for Lemon - Orange — * Pineapple - Orange — Pineapple - Grapefruit — Orange WILDERNESS I FOR Cherry — Raisin — French Apple COLORADO Slices — In Heavy Syrup 7 No. 2'/2 Cans f HEINZ Bottles FLAV-0-RITE 2 for Choc. Chips TIDE .BOXES .BOXES VANITY FAIR FACIAL 2 for TISSUES SPRING FRYE Average SUNGIRL FRESH, LEAN LB. HUMPTY DUMPTY 1 Lb. Can CUDAHY PURITAN 2 Lbs. Salmon THICK SLICE GOLD MEDAL 25 Ib. Bag CUDAHY'S — Alt MEAT iKlNLESS FRANKS 1 Lb. Cello Pkg. BRITT RING BOLOGNA Lb. Flour $ 1.89 DEL MONTE ^ SLICED OR HALVES Peaches 29$ BEEF QUARTERS: We have some real nice corn fed beef quarters. Stop in and look them over . . . ',Low- No. ;2Vi Can J esf prkes -, n Nortnern | owa and they wi || be cut, wrapped and marked for your locker or freezer at no extra'charge! CUPAHY'S SLICED BACON ENDS 5 Lbs. Box CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon I s Good For 50 FREE S & H QREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS Wiih Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit .'•, \ One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires August 8th » PRODUCE DEPT. NO. 1 RED [POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39c LARGE STALK " C E L E R Y FROZEN FOODS I M » mm •» « «• •-,«':>'«• H W « ^ V THRIFT PAK ICE CREAM Vi Gal. SEAMIST LEMONADE 6 for 10 W PRICES EVERYDAY PEACHES By The Crate or Bushel LOWEST PRICES

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