The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 5
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y '" ifK.'-' !;„..-' f^, |,.;, * r,:frv "' - &ir#.'*'?\x.j :.- * * jy,&»j »v •!]'* AM Sbilde, daughter d Mi*' fttrfold 'Ipiide, fc the teide, :of soh bf iMt arid Algdtifc, , b£ Mr v , _ , .Lutheran sJitittsH ih .ftecofah. Hev. "Alyeti , kelson JeRfotttied the •double fifig ' followed in the The young couple , ,.,'Mir $fiM ihfei*" home 'in Viriton, < Wli£re*{thte/.bfidegtt>om is in the ltutHJ, business, ; " ! 'tt&ttiirtg the cerefnony from area were Mr and Mrs Willard Gregsott, "Patty and -Marilyn ofl, Mr artd Mrs John Jen- 0. ,W, Smith', Mr and Mrs , . ,, , an rs •^Virgil Jennings, Mr and Mrs Leo ' in' and family *and .Mr and Mrs .C. R, Canaday and family. 71 party Vas held in honor ol Glara Bollig of Bancroft, al tHe home of one of her daugh- • jets, Mrs . Louie . Kollasch of '-« ,-JJaiighters attending were 'Mrs ;'- Ql&rettce Metzger, Algbna, M Guetus 1 ' 'Mullet, Whittemore, M jHehry Iriniter, Armstrong. ;Dau- g'hters;- in'- laws, atendirig, Mrs Gbrdpn Bollig, Bancroft, arid Mri Gene' ' Bollig, • Seneca. Also Mr Mary Irmiter, Armstrong, and Mrs 'Gerald Irmiter, 'Armstrong IJwo tables of 500 were played and prizes -given to high and low 'players. Birthday cake was serv- . "ed'with lunch. .Gifts were .opened, Jand grandchildren sang. Maroa Keith Weds .L/Mrs 'Robert William Baily of > ' Ardmore, Pennsylvania, who is "^jcjiown to her Alg'ona friends "as x the 'former Maroa Keith, daughter -of Mrs Lynn W. Keith of • South Minnesota Street? -was i married on Wednesday,' .Sept. 30 t at'0$ o'clock .to Howard Dehner • iRpsengarten of Philadelphia, in "the' chapel of the First Presbyter. iah church of Ardmore> .' . ' - following , a wedding trip to ' JTew England,- 'the couple will make their home at Villanova, ..Penn'. Mr Rosengar.ten , . is ^an • architect with offices in Philadel' phia. , _ v ...;.., Hold Fall Rally * The Conservative -Baptist Association held (Jits ,faU rally,, in First Baptist - church here Sept. 28-30. Pastors; their wives and laymen from 23 cities attended A 'Rev. Bob^Jjehru Cherokee, pre- 5 sided -at we .tjusiness sessions - Speakers were-'Dr. ,S. P. Anderson, Lansing, 111., Rev. , Jacob . Thaews, 'a -missionary ' to -the Philippine Islands, and Rev. G R. .Siemens, of the 'Baptist Bern* Jriary 'at Denver; Colo. - : , - iiadies had" a . luncheon meet i'ng at the Algona, hotel as wel ' - Birthday PArty Mrs Eugene Schattschneider gate a blrty in hohor o! the second 'birthday of her son, Kyle, Sef>t, 21 Guests were Mrs Vih* ceftf Bernafdo, ,,Joey arid BllMe, Mrs Howie SUjphenson and'tfeffc Mrs Bin Clegg, ttowie, \Wayne and, .Susanj Mrs iChuck Betiso^ Itebbie and Bret, Mrs fiddle wilcox, Christy and Joanne 1 , Mrs Elton Rochleau, Kristl and Stevie, Mrs Bill Laubental & Carla t Becky and Jane Erpelding and the'honoree's sister, Salty.' Membership Drive St. Ann hospital Auxiliary will have its annual .membership buffet luncheon, Oct. 13 at 1 p.m at Algona Country Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling the country club. Mrs George Boosalis, Storm Lake, superintendent of BUfena Vista hospital, and Mrs William Julius, member of the state board of hospital auxiliaries, wil give short talks. , Bridge and 500 will be played vwith prizes being donated by local merchants. UNION sM & ,D * - ", . Union Mothers and Daughters club is having its regular monthly . meeting today (Thursday) at ,the home of Mary Sarc'het. Assisting hostesses are Dorothy McKim, and Eva Arend. Angela Dearchs will lead the program. .her Sunday with her parerits, Mt and wanes Hanselitian, Sr-r bro- Charles H*ns«lman's Jr, also visited her brother Arthur Hanseteah's at. 'Clear and sister, the Hammond Johnsons, Algona. EarL Violet and tuella Swiger Wefe Sunday guests in the $el* mar "Magge home at Clarion. Visitors pa'St week in the Swiget horrte were Mr and Mrs Lester Smith and Sharon, Mr arid Mrs Elwotod,Green and Mrs Geotge Rice. ,, ..Denny Ray Legle^ spent the past week with his pafents, the W. Raymond Legler family and his grandparents, thfe Wilson a*. Denny Ray, 10, ent6r< ed tfte Iowa School "I* a i cojtt^l Bluffs this e flea! as ^participating meetings. ' - ' , in - the/general • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings 71sl Birthday Surprise ' Mrs Albert Weishaar was' given a, surprise, party, Saturday evening in- honor, of -her 71st birth-* . day. In.attendance were .Mr,and Mrs Ed Weishaar of. Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Carl Peter and ,Geraldine Weishaar of Lone Rock,. Mr and Mrs violin -Rudisill, Mrs • Dale • Dillion, Charles Rudisill .' and Joan Zoroslick of Woden, Mr and Mrs Floyd Weisljaar, Mr.and Mrs Ralph Stalzer and the res- pecjivc families, - Mr Weishaar and the members of the family at • home. Cake ;and -ice cream -was served by the guests. Mrs French 'Honored Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore entertained Mr and Mrs Howard French, Phoenix,'Ariz., at dinner Sept. 18. It was a weeding anniversary of the Gilmores and Mr and Mrs French were then- attendants -at the wedding. Other courtesies for Mrs French were a cofifce 4aat Thursday with Mrs' Fred Geigcl and Mrs Luella Baker as "hostesses, a coffee Mon day morning a.t Mrs Lloyd Rpbm- •, son's and a coffee 'that afternoon -'with hostesses Mrs 'Lucille Zer- ''fass and Mrs Howard (Be4r.dsley. Silver Anniversary •Mr and Mrs . Victor ( celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on Sunday. They will be maiTied 25 years on Sept.. 29. .They .were dinner guests at the 'home *- William of Mi- Mr^ Leek is the> daughter. Relatives aqd Qloie friends wore in attendance S their ' home^ ;in .-the .evening. Their son Richard wss'hpme for weekend- He is employed in ,Mrs, Cecil, .Baker and^ Karen attended the funeral inf.Manson Friday for her uncle, ,W. ,1. .Umsted. ' ". '* , Mr and Mrs -Elwin 'Elston 'and iild.rej\ ,of ;Des lupines visited over the' weeke'nd" with' her grandmother, Mrs Dora 'Ramus They were, overnight guests in the George Sfuder home. Mrs Eleanor a Eustace was weekend visitor in Fort Dodge with her "daughter Erna,' the Delmar Blankenhagen .family (Alien Bla,)ce has .been a .medica! patient in. Mason City Mercy 'hospital since -Thursday. Mr and Mrs Henry Hefty and family were guests Sunday in the home of ,his uncle, the Dick Hefty family ..at Hardy. Mrs Jessie Stripling, 1 Mrs Clem Stripling, Mrs 'Martha Schneider, Mrs Eleanora Eustace, Mrs Elda Kollmann went to help Mrs Albert ' Schneider celebrate her : birthday Sunday evening. They brought the refreshments' and cards .were played. Visitors the past week at the John Hefti,-Sr. and John Zimmerman farm were Mr and Mrs ilenry Kubly.'Mr and Mrs Edwin VTarty, -Mr 1 and Mrs Arnold El- Dert of Harlan, 'Earl, Violet and ^uella ^Swiger, Mr and Mrs S. E. Maurer of'Renwick, Mr and Mrs R: G. Nolte of Goldfield, Mr and Mrs Terry Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Walter McPeak of Renwick. . Marie-.Stoddard'went Sunday to Fort Dodge for her routine nealth check'-.up. , .* P.atri,ek Gilligan, stationed at Orlando,' Fla.," has concluded a two week leave with his family and .parents the James Gilligan family, LuVerne. Mrs Patrick Gilligan and family who spent-several months here returned to Florida with Mr Gilligan. Mr and Mrs 'Bernard Seipker, Debbie and Dale of Des Moines visited her. parents, Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon over the weekend. " Mrs Anna Nelson has returned from a week's visit in 'Fort Dodge w.ith her daughter, Mrs Solumn K'r'ass family. concluded a his son, the Bvyce -Wickett family and returned to his.home in Laconia. Mrs Doris Kimzey of Milo came Friday to visit her daughter, the Bryce Wickett .family. John Werner was a Saturday overnight and Sunday guest in the home-of,his sister, the Billy Hardcopf family. The Birthday Bridge club were guests of' Mrs Adam Zweifo.1 Wednesday evening in.the Harry Lich,ty home. CGiiests were "— • -Charles Wickett month's'visit with, Brown, former resident here now living aU l brt.podge,.'was Qkserv- ed-"Sunday by otjief memborfi r ot tJue ^lub,- 'Mrs- James- .Alton, -Mia Rjy 'Cook, 1 Mrg > Jtoyier Helbeig, Atha Hargrove, Mus SPrank Qs- f Sm. MrFElizabeth , Post and M& Nellie . Van A]lpn... After dinner at Treloars they went .to SUi^ic for dessert and a social evening, t 0 ,. club 'gave a house-wannmg k pgo Saturday -evening 6>r ^modeled gtfests tobH the> refreshments f! w.aT flayed. High s wer^ ^& r on b v - Mr and Kin wuu by Mi» Travel , John' Ramus, Mrs Charles Hanselman Jr. and Mrs Cecil Beker. At play, honors, Mrs Duane Neal, The J. J. 'Clu> were guests Oct. 2 of Mrs Joseph Thorn in the JameS MallQry home. Mcs Harold Nielson, Sr., had the prq- gram and she presented Mrs Teji Wagner whg gaye a demonstration. Guests were -Mrs Viviap Erickson of Humboldt, sister qf .Mrs Thorn and' Mrs- Jerry Wolf. Karen Hanselma.n, j n second ye^r of nurses training at SIOUK City, spent the weekend with her parents, • Mr -and Mrs Cacl Hangelman. Robert Nielson was honored in his home Moncjay evening on the occasion pf his birthday wup guests his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold .NieJspn, S/., Mr and Mrs Dick NielsoQ, 3^r,and Mrs .George Sluder, Mr and Mrs Dean BOW* Mr and Mrs $ar» Johns and Born in the Clarion hospital Oct. I a seven pound, ,, three ounce sop, QaryU Lee, \g Mr ^nd Mrs Dennis Stoil"of Eagle Grave. The baby is thejirst grandchild for Mr and Mr and Mrs WiUSeun Cook of Aru. visited TiiiU'aUay to Bit FARM SALE CALENDAR Cdmpleie.farm' sale advertising service at tnfe Algdna tl>pper. Des Moines, including advertising bills, and free auction lilting. If bad weather forces sale .postponement, your ad rc-rpn without charge for new sale elate und^r our originin "weather insurance" guarantee 1 . See us for early Sale dates. An assortment of auction pales will be found in today's Upper Des Moines as follows; Oct. I, Thursday — Mrs Malt Fisch farm auction sale, 1 west of Sexton and •% south, 12:30 p.m. Yungebefg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa Stale Bank, Algona, clerk. Details last week. Ocl, 9, P*Wa.y — Sale of two Algona residences at Auction, in Estate of Lillic M. Young, at courthouse. H, W. Miller, exccU tor. Details in paper today. " Oct. IS, Monday —' Estate sale ot 160 Ernest Tjndcn ortale farm, ] 4 west afhd one *outh of Rin'g- 1 sted. Clark & Clafk, aucttoheer^; H, O. Bcneko, clerk. Details last week. Oct. 13, Tu*»day *— Peter Er* pelding & Sons, boar and gilt sale, one west and •% south ot highways 169-18. Details last week. Oci, IS, Thursday — Alfred Barslou & D, P. Perdue, 2M> miles ensl of Burl, selling 91 head Holateins and farm machinory. Krascr & Quinn, auctioneers; State Bank of Ladyard, qlork. Sale details in UDM today. Algona Upper Des Moines tnrm sale advertising reaches -more Thursday, Oct. 8, 1?59 Algona (la.) Uflpef fann homes each issue , than any other advertising medium; safe date listings are free — when you pick your dste, let us know. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. Legal Notices NOTICE OP Slntf of Town OF witt In Distf let 4 C0uft iKoSSulh County No. 7031 September Term. J9SO, TO ALT, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU AHK UEItEBY NOTIFIED, Dint mi Instriirtiont of wrltlnct purporting to be tltp Inst Will find Testament of H. H. , IDSS. iwvln* *nd read, October, JSS9. to proof of same at tl* _,.. lof m »f «wl<J Crtttnfy, or ttte Cf*rft --„.,,.Court; anrf at lm o'cloftk A. M,v <*£.$*< ,' torcKied arc h^rcfey < n»titteS>4^j| ' any they have, why Hwfmjm«nt ftwmld not to<« probated and slWwed a* £jm lot t«c iMt Will and Testament ot Wrfdf deceased. at Alg&fia, J«*w», OcioftcfS, ^.t'i Aitna Peats&n Clnrk of iHe Btsrtrfct Cftwrt, By:" Elizabeth Oafbralth. MeMflhon & Cas*«l, Attorney Algona, Ready To Defatted Tasty Summer Sausage Butt Portion MEATS U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS NO CHARGE FOR - CUTTING - WRAPPING SLICED or PIECE Pork Liver LEAN PURE PORK SAUSAGE . . . Lb. INDIVIDUAL BOONE RIVER BRAND RING BOLOGNA .. .«* BETTY CROCKER NEW DELUXE Chocolate - White - Yellow PKG. HUNT'S A PR1C 0 T Shank Portion SLICED THICK - THIN or REGULAR HOME STYLE BACON Lb. 3 Rings 99c HADDOCK -PERCH - OYSTERS - HALIBUT in Golil Medal Flour's BIG 2V2 SIZE CAN $15O,OOO o^^-v ^ a, See details on special sacks Pound Bag 79c Gooch Pancake Pound Bag PERFEX or DEXOL GIANT SIZE RAISINS 24 OZ. CELLO PACK 39* AERO WAX QUART DUSORB REG. SIZE BURCH FLAVOR-KIST •Round Pox WILDERNESS . Cherry — Apple — Raisin PIE MIX Cans BLUE BONNET ARGARINE 2 Pounds HI-C ORANGE Big 46 Oz. Can DOLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE No. 21) Tall Can 2 AJAX SCPURJNQ POWDER Regularl Size QUICK 1 CHOCOLATE DRINK MIX Can Bordens ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS HILAND POTATO CHIPS Big Twin Pok FRESH '^H)P >mfM VPM i^B* *•"• '^P' GAL, FRIDAY & SATURDAY BANANA:*om -:',. ICECREAM FRE15H - CRISP 4UMBO STALK ,OCTP&1.!1 PRICES IFFECTIVE WE RESERVE THE i , .. *f *• i v «• •> .t» v w .»,.•> ,'•;;«' ;v TKXF*, •„•„*.,.,*', ' , .>^> ,, i,/v,,^u>^v;J% To pffey for sale nationally known and popular local brands of high qwalUy meych3n.dUp at thp lowest price. Should 9hy Mem o{ like quality,be offered elsewhere jn {own the lowest price automatically becomes our price. SHOP WHERi YOU ©IT ALL THi IOW PRI0&$ IN TOWN

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