The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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f|lp3p"l^*'^' ~~ r '•S&'W-liMffi'tiock 2eta fail Alpha Sorority. • Mr, Joijfes attended the slty of Gedt-gia aftd is attending the TJftiversity of Nebtftska whefe fte Is bttiflated tfith ihfe Si|ma N.V5 Itatefnity. t . Mr and Mrs Jones will be at Lincoln, Nebraska after a Short wedding trffc, ,.- Mr "and Mrs Uoj>ti Gamp Jones Jr., entertained, at a rehearsal amner Friday eveniftg at the Algona Hotel. Twenty five guests were present. Honored Ai Shower A miscellaneous shower honoring . Mdrjdrie Jean Houck I was heid^Monday evening at the Syterian church parlors. ,,'Mi's «5ror(Jbn Mutchlttson had charge .o£ the guest book and Mrs Meyftr Md eliatgi t>! ,tt tkble. Musical numbers :* settled -'."By Mrs B.ob Mfttl Mt% Jde Lynch. A sty 16 snowf presented with ladies woa wedding dresses from many y ago to gowns of the present, wuh > Mrs A. A. Kruegef nafffr inf. Mrs Dennis Pricbe and Stf 11 Jones assisted in opening -•; — gifts. The teft table was cfecorated ' Kit- to* J- *iv. t\-« vou»^ »»w*j v*%-^-»in Marjorie's colors of gold, clow and capuchine, Mrs Snyder of GolUhctd poured,> joe Kulhayy, Mrs Chaf.Peti Mrs Ronald Edgar. Mr§ M. HA cs,.Sally Jones and Mrs Ray S; dot were out of towfi' g"" Mesd^mes Merwin Mariow, in Marlow, Geo. Klssner, L. ._, f^ ^ .-... ...' ... .-t.^—,.^t^_.,» ..j, Air'Vt"-'-- oss rs brough, Roy Jensen, Delmar Fischer. Ernest Jensen, Milton Marlow. W. J..Cotton, A. A. Kruegeir, Kd Ohm, Jack Quinti, Lyle Mat* low, Junior Hmltnift, Usivc Weber, Woodrow Pettlt, Geo. Ijong, Gicnn riousoholdef, Ralph Bior- r stedt, Joe dulbertson, Ed Blan* chard, Frank Flaig, Roger Jensen^ L. BernnghiuSt A. Schadendorf, Pauline Flaig, Mary GenricH, Evelyn Eariftg, Mary Flaig and Mrs Georgia' Marlow werfi hostesses, thuriday, Sftpt. 10, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper De* Ledyard Guild Names Officers Ledyard — The E. tm<j H. Guild mot at the church Thursday aflet- nonn with Mrs William Knoner, Mrs John Kramersmeier, Mrs Art, Kraiu'Tsincier nnd Mrs Engelbnrl Logemati as hostesses. Tho an- miiii cifciion of officers was held. Mrs Art Hunksmeier became the now president. Other officers chosen were vice president, Mrs Melvin Busch; secretnry, Mnurico Keil; treasurer, Mrs Marvin Simonsnieier. The now officers take office January 1. Announcement wns made of the Mission Festival which will be held September 20. Mrs Elmer Junkermcier wns in charge of the trogYatfi/the theme of which waff "Christian Courtship, Marriage and the Home". A birthday liy$» was sunir for Mrs Fred SfeTberj, Mrs Trvin Smith and Mrs Elmer Junker- meler. Meditation, Mrs Engelbart Logemam scripture and prayer; Rev. Vriesen; religious concern lor the family, Mrs Junkermeier; reading, Mrs Art Ruhksmeier; community opihiom and marriage patterns, Mrs John Kramersmeier} Working mothers, Mrs Soren Federson; the place of children, Mrs Myron Busch; hymtt; The Lord's Prayer; table grace. Mrs Clayton Koseboro was tak- en to Holy Family Estherville Moftday^ with asthma, Mrs Fftd i _. went major m fa ib Center h<Hi „_._,. come home ttiis'wiaefc Mr an$ Mrs Robe*| are parents of a fcafoy" #« the Blue Earth hogpital Mrs Rose MouttOft'oi spent several day* the ] visiting at the home ol Warner. , . •* Karen Schroeder, who teacttes at wellsburg, came homrytiiay to spend the weeketid With ner mother, Mrs Martha Set"—•*•*-' ' Marjorife Jean Houck, daughter - of Mr and Mrs Don W, Houck of Lone Rock and Lloyd' Camp Jones, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd - Camp Jones Jr., of Lincoln, Nebraska were united in marriage. August 29 in the Presbyterian ^church, Lone Rock. The ceremony was performed *by Rev. Clifford Nordine. „ Mrs Pauline' Flaig played hymns. Soloist was LeRoy Brass. The bride, escorted to the altar ' and given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Peau de soi and imported hand clipped *-Chantilly lace. Natural lace scal- , lops etched with seed, pearls and irrijclescent sequins fashibned the Sabrina hecklme of the" smoothly molded bodice of lace which featured long sleeves tapering to ' bridal points. Beneath the slender waist of the extremely bouffant skirt of Peau, scalloped ' bands of lace* traced'the "princess front and outlined the sweeping chapel train. Her finger tip veil of nyjlon tulle fell from a Venus crown of pearls and sequins. Her nnly jewelry was a diamond pendant, gift of the groom. She carried a cascade of Talisman roses Her maid of honor was Marilyn Dridesmaids were Ann Jones, Sal- .y Jones, ^Marilyn Holmes and Mary Beth Geisel. Susan Kullhavy, Mason City, was flower girl. " ; ' Karl Faher, Lincoln, Nebraska; served as best man & groomsmen were Larry Kline, Jack Hoppe, Dick Snyder and Dennis Alitz. Steven Alitz, served as ring bearer. f "•"-••• ;.-. Mr and Mrs Houck entertained 110.; guests at a reception in the church dining room.. Mrs Harley Alitz and Mrs Chas. .Pearce cut and served the thi ee'-tiere'd wedding cake. Mrs R. M. Houck and Mrs Jack Hoppe poured. Assisting with serving were 'Mrs Melyin Meyer, Mrs Gordon Hutchinson, Madonna Marlpw, Mrs Jerry Borman and the Marion circle of the church. Punch was served by Mrs Ray Snyder. Alitz, Diann , Alitz,. Mrs Melvin Meyer and' Mrs Gordon Hutchinson were hostesses at the gift table. Mrs W. J. .Cotton presided at the guest 'book. « oe bride is a graduate of Lone Rock high school with the class of .1956. and, attended Iowa State University, Ames, and the University of 'Nebraska, Lincoln, Arvidson, Lincoln, »Nebraska. The A'here she is affiliated with the Now gives you FULL HOUSE HEATING the miracle of and f here are no cosf pipes •• and reg/sfers f o install 1 . Does an ordinary heater force you to live in one or two rooms when the temperature drops? That s because the heat goes out the chimney or piles up on ' ' p , warm, floors inwem ropm p| Because pnjy SJegler MONEY. BACK GUARANTEE sfpppiog, in HARDWARE BURT, IOWA «•*• SCHOOL-TIME SPECIALS! Pie IX WILDERNESS BRAND APPLE - FRENCH APkE CHERRY - PEACH - RAISIN NO. 2 CANS COFFEE FOLGERS DIAL SOAP POUND CAN U.S.D.A. CHOICE BtEF FAREWAY'S FINEST QUALITY MEATS! BATH SIZE BARS KARO. WAFFLE SYRUP 12 OZ. BOTTLE HUNTS PEACHES SWIFT PREMIUM SWEET SMOKE TASTE SLICED BACON Lb. Big. 2'/2 Size Cans HUNTS FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 300 Cans SUNSHINE NEARLY BONELESS LEAN SHOULDER BUTT PORK ROAST Lb. SLICED - LEAN ,PORK STEAK BIG PKGS. 690 Lb. 3 20 Oz. Jars 00 USE AS DRIED BEEF Sliced Smoked Beef 1/4 Lb. Pkg. REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE 100% PURE GROUND BEEF REG. CANS KLEENEX TISSUES BIG 400 Count $loo U.S.D.A. CHOICE BLfDE CUTS BEEF ROAST 'Lb. RENWICK PIONEER LONGHORN CHEESE RAISIN KLEENEX BIG DEL CARA CELLO SEEDLESS PACK TOWELS RQIL BURCH FLAVOR-KIST CRACKERS POUND BOX OH Oz., PKOS. n«31 V**** ^'W"' H W* CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup REG, CAN SO-WHITI IIBBY'S FROZEN; Orange Juice 3189 TASTE p'S|A FROZEN Fish Sticks 2 ^ 59 MUiSH ,- > a' Acorn or But • ' i* 1 Each lOc WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES E F F,E C T I V E S E P T E'M B E R IP T P ,S E P T E M B E R • 1'7 A

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