The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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6-Affono (la.) Uppw 5i§ JM&!n*ft Thursday, Aug 20,. 1959 Engagement Announced Mrs Olive Harden. Irvinglon, announces (he engagement and marriage- of her daughter. Marvel, shown here, to Dean Culbertson, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson of. Lone Rock. The ceremony will take place Sept. 20 in the Presbyterian church at Irvington. Miss Hansen is employed as a secret- at Shumway and Fristodt ary and Mr Culbertson (UDM Engraving) is a farmer. Bridal Shower Held Beverly Hovey was h'onoree at a miscellaneous bridal shower Aug. 11 at the home of Mrs Duane Woods near Livermore. 'Hostesses in addition to Mrs Woods were Mrs Duane Mawdsley. Burt. and Mrs. Wallace Hauck and Mardell Hauck of Livermore. Mrs Roscoe Ma\yd- slcy. Jr., of Burt, gave a reading and an. original poem. Games I were played and a corsage was presented" to the honoree. Thirty •women ..• attended. Miss Hovey •will be maVried to Gordon Hauck, Humboldt, Sept. 5 in First Lutheran church here. At Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning and their son and daugh|ter-m-law, • Mr and Mrs Ronald Doerning of Ottosen, attended a family reunion Sunday at the Grotto park at West Bend. Observe Anniversary Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. will observe the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage, Sunday Aug. 23. Their children will be hosts at an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home in LuVerne Egel Reunion Sunday - An Egel family picnic is planned for Sunday at the old home place near Irvington. Honored Al Shower Nancy Summers. Des Moines, whose • engagement to Merlin Schumacher and approaching marriage have been announced was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon fit Mrs Earl Shephard's. Cards were played and Mrs John Weydert was winner of the high score and travel prizes. Mrs Dan Fisher, was low * prize winner. The wedding will take place in St. Cecelia Cntholic church Sept. 5, Mrs Hovey Honored Mrs Don Smith, Jr. was hostess at a farewell party Friday night for Mrs Eldon Hovey, who moved with her family to liamp- lon this week. Guests included Mrs Faris Miner, Mrs Elsie Lindc- man, Mrs Ed Farrell, Mrs Ronnie Taylor, Mrs JinvDoocy and Mrs Cliuck Schlievert. The group played court whist before the hostess served lunch. Rites Held For Tifonka Infant August Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mr* Goetseh and family <*£ Lake and thfe Alfred, R and Walter Baade families, all of Titonka. Many More* Recent moving has taken pla£e lately when the Dick Baade family bought -the Harm Kelt* wick home rented by Donald Dallmans. They in turn bough* the Frank Reynolds home aftq moved there. Mr and Mrs Sheldon Bingston, who before her marriage was Marilyn Akker* man, moved into the vacated Dick Baade home. Mr and Mrs Earl Young and family have moved to Texas and moving into the Pann kuk hom*» ate Mr and Mrs Bernard Rieptrw and family wfto «tthe fftfcrt Edgerton, Minfc,, • , . ftev. and Mrs John of Gamavillo, a foftrtier Titotik fin's son, Will eetebrate th*lf> 25th wedding anniversary and also his ordination Jhto the ehufeh at St. Peter- Luthefaft chuttsh there Sunday, Aug. 23. Hfe and his wire are the parenta of five sons. His mother, Mrs Rentje Pannkuk as well as brothers and sisters live in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Lyle Ophebn and family entertained Darlene Oal- lies as a supper guest Thursday evening. tMr antf Mrs .lease ftfoves trf Newton scent 4he weekend at the home of Mr *tful Mrs MtrfMft Brandt. They tftere old friend* of the Brandts, Mrs Esther Vilienue and *a*n- ilv ot Pawtucket, Rhode,Island, spent the past week visiting her mother, Mrs Mary ffitt, ahd the jerry Boekeknan and Herman and Wm. Fritz families. Newly-elected members of the Titonka Chamber of Commerce are meeting Monday evening to select officers for the coming year. Mr Jake Larson and son Ray mond of Htimfboldt were Sun day guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lyle Opheim and family. Carole Ellen, daughter of M>' and Mrs Clarence Becnken, was baVtteud durlrtf services fet the Good Hope 'Lutheran church Sunday, Sponsors wefe Mr and Mrs Donald Skiff, Margaret Thompson and Kenneth Beenken. Also during the same services Loretta Kay Stetker, dau* ghter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Steeker, Wodeh, was baptized and h6f sponsors were Lorraine Steckef and Jeafi Krig. Rev. B. «. Schwerin was in charge ol the ser Vke. About 70 people attended- the Mission Sand program held at the Good Hope Lutheran church Sunday evening. Musical selections were given and also a skit was o» the entertainment program. Mrs June Goldman was guest speaker. Garfleld Gems Garfield Gems met at ,the home of Lyle Runchey Aug. 4. New business was about the Fair -booth committee. The girls who were elected to this committee wefe Carol Crirres, chairman, Rachael Habager, iEileen (Harms, Susan Thilges, Jeanneite Stetzel. Mrs Wayne Smith and Ann Smith, county historian, helped fill out ouf record books. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mary 'Pat and Jane Runchey. Divorce* v""Tatro Burt, else on a, cruel In^nSA^f.^ were married Sept. 15, 1958. Lancaster, Mass., established the first industrial school for girls in 1854. It has been created by popular subscription, but was made a state institution in. 1856. Tilonka — Graveside rites for the infant son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Brandt, who died Wednesday, Aug. 12, were held Aug...13 at the Immanuel Lutheran church* cemetery. Rev. H. A. JDiers was in charge of th6 services and Blake.funeral home in charge of arrangements. Legion Elects At the annual election at 'the American Legion Post, h e 1-d Thursday, Richard Isebrand .was elected commander, Dwight Gra- rtam, vice commander, Lloyd Bantlett, adjutant, Oscar Norland, historian; Rev. Max Goldman, chaplain; Howard Andrews, service officer, and Al Boekles, J3gt. at Arms. Farewell Parly A family gathering was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Dick Baade Sunday in honor of Jo Ann Baade who left Tuesday morning with Mr and Mrs <Ma> Bierstedt of Burlingame, Calif., a sister and brother-in-law who will take her to the Donald Bake home at Belmont, Cal. She wil enter the College of San Mate in California.- She will make he: home with the Bakers, Mrs Baker being her sister. Also attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Stanley Tryon and Linda of ANNOUNCING... THE CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP V OF THE NEWLY REMODELED ^"" CHROME CAFE and DRIVE-IN Effective Sunday, Aug. 16, we became new' owners and managers of the Chrome Cafe and Drive-in. We cordially invite you to dine with us. ENJOY EXCELLENT FOOD IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT. We will be open 24 hours a day, except closed from 2 p.m. Saturday until 5 p.m. Sunday, weekly. LEWIS & ALMA MARSHALL NEW OWNERS OF CHROME CAFE & DRIVE-IN . •—at junction of Hiways 18 and 169— JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER JUGQNA, CYpress 4-2061 ; OR 2-2344 -Call Worrell! UEOW < pdyToSell Congratulations 4H Members Fareway Extends Sincere Congratulations For The Very Calves Exhibited At The Kossuth County Fair. Fareway The 4-H Calf Sale As Usual. «^ t Fine Quality Will Support MAXWELL HOUSE LB. 59c MIRACLE WHIP QUART REGULAR CANS 10 EMERALD ENGLISH NUT MEATS DECKERS BIG 114 CUP BAG CANADIAN BACON TENDER PORK CUTLETS 49C BAKERS CHOCOLATE CHIPS BIG 12 OZ. BAG FASTCO ICECREAM HALF GAL. POR STEA CUT FROM LEAN PORK SHOULDER BUTTS LB. DOLE'S PINEAPPLE CRUSHED - TIDBITS HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRtiP BONELESS VEAL ROASTS 16OZ. CAN 19C 656 BOONE RIVER RING OLOGNA No. 211 TALL 100 FROZEN RED RASPBERRIES 2 Rings 69c I * - 390 BLUE RIBBON WAXED PAPER REGULAR ROLL FRANCO - AMERICAN SPAGHETTI REG. CANS 39C RED TOP PRESERVES RASPBERRY - STRAWBERRY - BOYSENBERRY 2 « 390 CAL-FAME ORANGE 4 TALL 46 OZ. CANS 95c PERFEX NEW LIQUID QUART 590 BURCH FUDGE CREME SANDWICH COOKIES BIG IB, PKO; 390 LIBBY'S ROSE-DALE PEAS 3 NO 303 CANS 390 GRAPE-NUTS 2 oz, PKGS. 390 POTATOES WASHINGTON LONG WHITIS 10 Lbs. 35c -PRICES EFF^CTMVE ONE WEEK AUGUST 20 TO AUGUST '27 WE HE 8 ER V E T HE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GRAPES RED MALAGAS OR WHITE SEEDLESS' 2 Lbs. 25c

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