The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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tntifidfly, Aug. 27, 1959 Algono 0o.) Upper Dei1^olnM-3 Auction Brings '68,000 One of the outstanding features'.of this year's Kossuth County Fair proved to be the sale of 4-H and FFA livestock. The 255 baby beeves, 39 lambs and 126 market hogs brought a total of $72,378 to boys and girls who 6ffered the' animals at' auction., In the photo above,, art unidentified farm yoilth leave'the auction tent after his baby beef was sold 'Friday morning. His was' one of the 255 sold during the morning for a total of $68>054.16, an average of $28.75 per hundred weight. Purchasers at the sale represented area firms and nationally known packing companies. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). Top Beef Sells For 92 Gary Priebe of the Plum Creek 4-H club showed the grand champion and reserve champion baby beef calves at the Kossuth County Fair. He is shown above with his grand champion, a 1120 pound Angus; which sold later at the auction Friday morning for a record price of $92 per hundred. Morea" Liquid Feed, Algona, 'purchased the animal. The price surpassed the old record of $85. The champion market barrow, shown by Richard Olson, Armstrong, brought $31 and the! champion rnaVket lamb, shown 1 by Linda' Fritz, Wesley.S brought $30 per hundred weight. • ' • •A .total of 420 baby beeves, hogs and lambs were sold during the 'fair. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). Carol HousekoSder Wed At Lone Rock August 15 Lone Rock — In a wedding ceremony solemnized Aug. 15 at 4 p.m. in the Lone Rock Pres-. bytcrian church, Carol Lorraine Householder, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder, ; was . given in marriage by her father to Paul G. Anglen, son-af Mi- and Mrs Edward ; A. Anglen Sr. of Omaha,'Neb. ; Rev. James Warren of Ringsted performed the double ring ceremony. Lael Pettit of Whlttemore was soloist and Mrs Pauline Flaig ws the orgnist. The bride was attired in a gown of silk bombazine with a petticoat of Chantilly lace. The fitted bodice was accented with appliqued Chantilly lace brought to, completion in a scalloped sweetheart neckline and short sleeves generously scattered with seed pearls and irridescent sequins. Elbow length gauntlets of lace gave -a crushed pointed effect at the wrists, An overskirt of silk bombazine was accented with shirred side panels that parted down center to reveal the petticoat of chantiUy lace. The full back cascaded into a chapel sweep train. The.bride wore an. imported English illusion three tier ballerina length veil held by a jeweled queens crown, • leaf design studded with sequins and seed pearls. She carried a rose cas* cade bouquet of light pink roses with-white streamers. Gloria Ann Hou B eholder wan maid of honor find Rhirley Muh- . flower ?irl. finrv R. •b' J st mnn. Edward was Rroomsm^n f>n Michael Blanchard wis An'slon Jr Jojra *•*!"" was ring. Clu'Tvl Hous'ehojc!?r. airl R'ch- firrl Paaa were ushers Oarryl Householder was cancl!e>li»ht<?i Mrs Leon Mai'low reiestered the guests as they entered the church Mrs fiarrvl Householder and Mr I|ims$lK44e»* pinned icito- bbns with Mr and Mrs Paul Anglen written on them to the guests. Following the wedding a reception was held for about 9C guests. The beautiful : decorated 4-tiered wedding cake was made by the bride's mother. Gifts were in charge of Rebecca Householder and Gail Pettit The Jo. Ella Circle were kitchen hostesses. Mr% Harlan Blancnard presided at the coffee service and Mrs Darryl Householder at the punch bowl. Mrs Evelyn Earing cut'the wedding cake. Mrs Eugene Blanchard and Mrs Gordon Hutchihson were waitresses. The bride is a graduate of Sentral high school and is employed at Omaha. The bridegroom is a graduate of North high school, Omaha, and ;served with the U.S. Navy. He is employed at Omaha. Miss Dittmer Honored A miscellaneous shower honoring Mary Ann Dittmer was held Aug. 10 in the Good Hope conv munity room. • Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs Arie Dittmer, .Floral cordages were presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and the groom-elect's mother, Mrs Max Sloan of Cprwith. Mrs Leonard Dittmer pinned the corsages. • • Karen Kueck sartg, accompanied by Jeannete Bjustrom. Mrs Marvin Kueck narrated the Weddin« Dress Review. Mary Ann opened her m-iny gifts assisted by Margare/t Dittmer, Jo Ann pi timer and'Mrs Eu Claire Meyer; 'Karen Kueck kept the guest book. The lunch table was 'arranged by Mrs' Harold Holmgren. Mrs Arie Dittmer and Mrs Leonard Dittmer. poured. •* Shower chairman was Mrs Marvin Kueck and hostesses •were Mrs Wm. Knoll, H. A- Dittmer, James Knoll, Marvin Marlow, Louis Broesdef, Glen Householder, Louis Berning'haus, Fred Schmidt, Arthur Zumneh, Durwood McArthur. Wilrnftr Wichtendahl, Ernest Jonsen, Wm, Marlow, Glen Blnck, George Long. There will be no school Labor Day in the Sentral schools. A birthday dinner held at Algona Wednesday evening ot last week. Those attending were Mrs Mary Flaig, Mary Genrich. Edie Long, Maude Blanchard, Ruth Krueger, Rose Kraft, Esther Flaig and Mae Quinn. iMikc 'Longs of Burt and. Mr and Mrs Jim Long of Lone Rock were Thursday guests in tho Mnry Flaig home, Sally and Gil Jones of Lincoln, Nob. visited over lhe. t weekend in the Don Houck home. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwitj were callers- in the Dora Ha'ack homo Saturday evening. They celebrated Mrs Haack's birthday. Three Coop,Elevator men of •his area, Bernard Reilly, Lecl- yard, Joe Welden, Blue Earth, VTinn. and L. W. Geitzenaucr, one Rock, spent three clays in Cansas City, Mo. as guests of tho Spencer Chemical Co. of Kansas City. They watched three big eague baseball games and other interesting highlights of the City while there. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker visited in the home of Wayne's oarents, Mr and Mrs Clinton Decker, Algona. Mr and Mrs Ff. W. Wet/el of Alma were Sunday guests in the Ervin Wetzel home near Lotts Creek. A stork shower for Mrs Wendell Steven of Tripoli was held in Algona at the Shackleford home. Games were enjoyed and Donna received many gifts. The Lutheran Ladies Aid of Lotts Creek met in the church Aug. 14. Hostesses were Mrs Dick Kuecker and Mrs Ray Laaibs. The lesson was presented by Rev. Martin Peters. Mr and Mrs R. G. Borcharclt and daughters, LaVonne and Gloria of East Chain, Minn, and Mrs Rose Kraft were Sunday callers in the Clarence Kraft home. jMr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt attended sthe wedding and reception of Pal Lufkin and Bruce Jensvold, Emmelsburg. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder and Tim and Kathy Lynch were Sunday callers in the Ortwin Tietz home at Lotts Creek. •?'« 1 Mr and Mrs C^etus/QuinnT-and ing in the Jack QurrlW'nbme. Mr and Mrs" Charles Morris spent Sunday at Cowrie in the Jack Johnson home. Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Michael and Kerm-i-t Krueger visited last week in the Ronald Christansen home at Belgrade, Minn. Mr and' Mrs Donald Blanchard and family returned from their vacation at Little Cut Foot Sioux near Grand Rapids, Minn. They returned home through Wisconsin and went through the Dells. Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven visited over the weekend with the Donald Blanchards. Donna Steven stayed lor a visit with her parents and Craig Blanchard returned to Tripoli with Wendell for a short visit. A Kossuth county teachers institute will be held Friday, Aug. 28 at Algona. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and two children called on Emil Person's Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammer- Strom and girls were Sunday callers in the Ray Zweifel home at Fen ton. Mr and Mrs Raymond Barllett of Titonka were Sunday'callers in the Ralph Bierstedt home; iMr and Mrs Gerhardt Riggert were Sunday guests in the Paul Krueger home in Burt on Sun- , Leoo83f4-P-ittoMitf, Arie te* 'home- at day. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna and Marilyn Simpson visited Myrtle Hanna in Sioux City on Sunday. They also attended the Ice Follies there. Mrs Dale Earing, Mrs Amanda Pettit and .Mrs Evelyn Earing visited the G. A. Sharp home in Algona Sunday afternoon. They also called* on the Ellwyn Householders. Mrs Dale Earing and Denise of Shell Beach, Calif, visited in the Darryl Householder home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs J. A. Wells of E1-. more called Sunday afternoon in the A. D. Newibrougn home. Carol Zumach is visiting at Des .Moines in the Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach home. Mr and Mrs Dale Earing and Denise and Kenneth of Shell Beach, Cal. have been visiting the past wtek in the Amanda P.ettit home. Mr and Mrs Henry Sohepp- mann of Algona were Sunday visitors in the Ben Schmidt home. ( On Friday afternoon, Mrs Howard Bierstedt and Mrs Franklin Mueller of Fenton called in the Floyd Salisbury home to celebrate Mrs Matale Salisbury's birthday. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer visited Sunday in the Art Ber- "guih home. Mrs Bernard O'D'mneVl, Mary Flaig, Mrs Marv Genrich, Mrs Dale Schroedor, Mrs Bernice Jensen, Mrs Ten a Jensen and Mrs Ed Ohm all attended a county auxiliary meeting held at Bancroft Tuesday. Mr and Mrs" Milton Madison and family returned recently from a vacation at the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park Mr and Mrs Clair Bollinger attended a picnic in the LeJa Ilei- MIRACLE WHIP n QT, WELCH 32 OZ. CANS for Si Grapefruit Sections DEL MONTE cans CONSUMER'S COUPON -This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S&H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! limit . . . One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires August 29lh FULL 1 POUND BAG - SANDWICH Pkgs. For MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT *1 49 60z. Jar 89* GOLD MEDAL 25 LB. 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