The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1967
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Fenton Chit - Chat 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 11, 1967 with the band for one number. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Gene Rlanehard and Lori, Spencer, were weekend piests at the Dennis Schmidt home, Sjfourney, and attended the baptism of Randy Dale Schmidt at the Trinity Lutheran church, Millersburg, Sunday. Mrs. Gene Rlanchard and Garry Schmidt were sponsors. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod w»s r, guest of her daughter, Nadine, at a mother-daughter banquet at Morningside College, Sioux City. Friday evening. N'adine \\'eisbrod has been pledged tc the Alpha Mu Gamma. Dr. and Mrs. U>Roy Henrikser. anc family, Armstrong, we re- Sunday afternoon guests at the- Harvey Henriksen home. Mrs. Sally Harris, Rialto. Calif., and Mrs. Doris Warner, Long Beach. Calif., are visiting friends and relatives at Fenton. Mr. anc Mrs. Edmund Krausf and family, Des Moines, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gus Krause home. From there the;, went to Fairmont to visit at the Enos Wrede home. Dr. anc Mrs. E. W. Ruske attended Die Iowa State Dental convention at Des Moines last week. On Wednesday they left from Des Moines and went to Chicago to visit their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Susie, and on the way home they -visited with another san and family, Mr. aai Mrs. Lynn Husie at Madison. Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Scnmitt home, Irragton, were Mr. ana Mrs. Atiolph Hansen, Mr. aai Mrs. Lyle Hanson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbocast and Ardian, Mrs. Olga Haskasp and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hiisfcamp. The dinner was for the birthdays of Adolph Hanson, Gerald Schmitt and Clarence Arbogast. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck attended the Pops Concert at Indianola Saturday evening and were guests of their daughter, Doris. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Beck visited at the Donald Beck home at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke visited Sunday evening at the Shirley Zumach and Dale Voigt homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elmers and fam'ly visited Friday evening at the Harold Elmers home. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles visited Sunday evening at the Pat ! McGuire home at Burt. Recent dinner guests at the Adolph Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and family, and Mrs. Rose Hansen. The dinner was for the birthdays of Mrs. S. E. Straley and Mrs. Rose Hansen. It was Rose Hansen's 75th birthday. Afternoon juests - were Mrs. Clarence Wepener, Mrs. Clarence Ge.nricli and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gappa. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiener, Jim and Paula. Mr. anc Mrs. Billy Wiener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iverson anc Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and family enjoyed a picnic dinner at Ingham Lake Sunday for Donald Hainsinger's birthday. They all returned to the Donald Hainzinger home for supper. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knudson, Julie and Kailsy, Bur; Bleckwenn and Mrs. Harvey Wilson, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte entertained Mr. and Mrs. L W. Melcnior and son of St. Paul, ana Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Schmidt, Xicollett, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emii Bierste± were Monday evening dinner guests at the Henry Schulte hams. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. 3ruh- and family visited Sunday evening at the Gayle Meyer home at Whirte- more. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold K?.?.sea, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rasch, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, aad Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nyman, Lone Rock, heard the Xavy Band at Garrigan High School auditorium Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig, and Mr. and Mrs. David Finnestad, Alta, were Sunday dinner guests at the Amos Finnestad home. Friday evening guests at the Ray Zwiefel home for the birthday of Mrs. Ken Zwiefel were Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and Arron, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend, Darrell Zwiefel, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy DeReus, Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. DeReus have been spending several days at the Ray Zwiefel home. They attended the funeral of an uncle, Charles Hendricksen, 93, of Plover, Thursday. Mrs. Ray Zwiefel, president, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, vice president, Mrs. Marold Schlei, treas- x urer, and Mrs. Ed Reimers, secretary of spiritual life of the Fenton Methodist church ladles aid attended the officer's training school at West Bend Tuesday. Mrs. Russell Eldridge, secretary of the district missionary personnel, was one of the teachers at the school. A bus load of Seatral High School students attended the afternoon performance of the Navy Baud a Garrigan High School auditorium. War. Lou Larsen, seaior a Seiiirai High School, played ti»e French Lori; Friendly Club Riverdale Friendly Club met at the home of Doris Miller, Alice Steele assisting. A May basket exchange and social hour followed. Mrs. Nell Potter was guest. Next meeting will be at Elizabeth Grill's, with Carolyn Weydert assisting on June 7. RETIREE Heine Eckhofl, 70 of Steamboat Rock, is retiring alter 51 years as rural mail carrier. Eckholf is believed to have been the oldest mail carrier in service in Iowa before retiring March 30. A 50-ton blue whale develops a.i/wt 10 horsepower when swim- isiag at five miles per hour. CHOPPER "*rT*-*ss&, •— , * * ->** * ;.**%, CREEN CHOPS NON-STOP! The Cehl J-C 72 H*iJ breezei* through tK«r l. green chop culfc a t>tyL-i<»i swath, rain Of bhi;>*' fx*u^«>*td to grazing, the Gehi '12 am 'i'j± ble the Uiablt feed Jt< a-nt 1'iv vide your cows with tta: lusti, fresh feed they need for U»jj. iJsu nistenl profjuctiorj. |X<»uUua« repairs? No protileui! 'Hie (Mil n it> the H)O4t trouble litsv ' ti.ti ,v 3 \.'»<'-, tvdfc/ fat t, lux >it:U,<slf J - w CViJUt \ti &!*$ bkj: '.'ii /OyiweU. 1. 39 foot cut). 2. Fl»il» (f'uU Make M Prove It ^itfi t JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA, IA. OPEN NIGHTS insDury s COOKIES - BUTTER SCOTCH SUGAR COOKIES CHOCOLATE COOKIES LEMON SPRACKLE for REG. 49c EA. NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE "I 2 ROLLS . . . WELL'S ORANGE DRINK QUART . . . BROWN OR POWDERED SUGAR 2V4 LB. BAG . . . AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SWANSON'S VANILLA ICE CREAM GALLON - *- fc e / At *- i .' i i • A At 5 f- *- n j> \ ^ > \ j ^ -J f \ \ ^r- I ? *f ' SLIM JIM FRENCH FRIES REG. 3 FOR $1.00 1% Ib. pkgs. ' 5 ' i GRADE A CHICKENS BREASTS, GIZZARDS. THIGHS OR LEGS GRADE A FRYERS FAMILY - PAC Ib. 33* FIRST CUT PORK CHOPS (the Sirloin of Pork) OR LOIN END ROASTS . . . DES MOINES AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY. CHECK OUR STORE MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FOR SPECIAL PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU! ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA BACON HORMEL'S ALL MEAT WIENERS ib. PORK TENDERLOIN , b . MORELL SLICED - 8 VARIETIES COLD - . CUTS 3P9S COD, CATFISH, Bu , k FLOUNDER Ib. U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF FRONT UARTERS Ib. OHNSON SQLOCO AT DECKER CANNED CUT, WRAPPED AND FROZEN - FREE ! MEYER'S OLD FASHIONED COARSE GROUND RING BOLOGNA .49* Valvita Canned APRICOTS Flour RECIPES INSIDE 6 pac NO DEPOSIT NO RETURN BOTTLES BLEACH . 9'f^ttfVfS^Saa^ ;WE RESERVE THE RIGHT • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 1 Ib. can 1.39 1.19 FLOUR Swansea's JOHNSON'S KLEAR 46oz I- -----JOHNSON'S PLEDGE I4oz 25 Ib. bag Fresh Produce! WATERMELON liV, *~i BRACH'S CHOCOLATES.... HAMM'S DRAFT BEER.... ROYAL MIRACLE AID CURTISS MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS at. Reg. Size 6 PAC * 16 oz. cans SWANSON'S Salad Dressing ROYAL PUDDINGS WATER SOFTENER 8 IMS__ WILDERNESS FILLING RSnTKETCHUP 16 Ib. average c 100 Ib. bag • APPLE • RAISIN • FR. APPLE • LEMON 41, $1 FREE PKG. OF ROYAL GELATIN lOVi oz. • pkg. 14 oz. Btl. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 10 lb 69^ (N^*^^-^*^ 11 *^ NAVEL ORANGES W i 5 FANCY WINESAP APPLES Family Size Bag Family Size Bag ears WIDE VARIETY OF MOTHER'S DAY PLANTS! Thursday, May 11, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Judy DeBoer, Titonka, Bride Of Lakota Man TITONKA - Judy E. DeBoer, Titonka, and Lament E. Junkermeier, Lakota, were united in marriage April 27 at the Titonka Methodist church at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Emma J. DeBoer and the late Ted DeBoer, Jr. of Titonka. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier of Lakota. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, George Andersen of Montrose, la. She wore a floor-length gown of crepe chiara that featured a slender skirt with a band of Venice lace encircling the empire line. An oval scoop neckline, long tapered sleeves extended to points at the wrist. Venice lace running the entire length of the chapel train accented the waistline with a triple bow. The elbow length bouffant veil was made of pure silk imported English illusion. She wore a necklace, a gift of the groom. Her bridal bouquet was white feathered mums and red roses. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Edward Uken, and Mildred Ullmann of Bloomington, '-.Minn.,- served as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Richard Friets, Swea City, serving as best man, and Rodger Neuman of Lakota Kim Junkermeier acted as flower girl and Kevin Meyer as ring bearer. Dale Junkermeier and Stephen Jensen were ushers. Soloist was the bride, by recording, and Mrs. Donald Tapper served as organist. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 200 guests at the church Fellowship Hall. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. DaleJunkermeirofElmore. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bjustrom, Whittemore. Mrs. Cecil Long, Algona, and Mrs. Wm. Kading, Burt, cut the cake. Mrs. Meindert Ullmann and Anna Logemann, poured. Jo Anne Junkermeier and Paulette Arend, poured punch. Presiding at the gift table were Clara Klasse, Margaret Brandt, Janice Folkerts and Jo Ann Asa. Debbie Junkermeir and Linda Arend acted as gift carriers. Table waitresses were Janice McGuire, Kathleen Eden, Jackie DeBoer and Jo Ette Junkermeier. The bride is a graduate of Titonka Consolidated High School and Mankato Commercial College. She is employed at Titonka Savings Bank. The groom is a graduate of Lakota Consolidated School, served in the Army for two years, and Is presently engaged in farming. The couple took a wedding trip through Missouri, and are at home on the farm south of Titonka. (Photo by Baker Studio, Forest City) WE PAY MORE! Give yourself a raise ... higher returns! By placing your funds where they achieve higest possible dividends, you can give yourself a raise. Your savings will be a source of income as well as provision for future security. Open your account today. 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