The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1967 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 25, 1967
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinet Tuesday, July 25, 1967 Mrs. Arnold Christensen poured coffee. LaVonne Beenken, Joyce Beenken, Arlys Pannkuk, Mrs. Terry Schutjer, Joyce Ubben, Sharon Ubben, Sherry Pannkuk, Mrs. Ronald Folkerts and Pamela Fogerlund served as waitresses. Ruth circle served refreshments. Presiding at the gift table were Mrs. Roger Swyter, Mrs. David Arndorfer, Cynthia Eisenman, Virginia Harringa, Judy Harringa and Mrs. Carol* Gossman. Gift carriers were Marlys Ubben, Rosalie Gray, Loretta Gray, Lorie Nelson and Christine Nelson. The bride is a graduate of Buffalo Center High School and Personnel Training Institute of Omaha. She has been employed as bookkeeper at Cooperative Oil Co., Buffalo Center. The groom is a graduate of Forest City High School and is in the army in the field of electronics. Following a short wedding trip, the couple left by plane for Germany to make their home where the groom is stationed, serving with the U. S. Army. Shirley Gray Weds July 1 At Titonka TITONKA - The Ramsey Reformed Church was the scene of a wedding July 1 at 7:30 p.m. when Shirley Carol Gray became the bride of Larry Carl Vaage. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray, Buffalo Center, and parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vaage of Clear Lake. Rev. John Janssen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a gown fashioned in chantilace, with long lilypoint sleeves, sabrina neckline, natural waistline, satin bow and ribbon trim; pearl trim on the dress; floor-length full skirt with a brush train attached at neckline. A three-tiered bouffant silk illusion veil fell from a miniature crown of crystal beads set in orange blossoms of silk organza formed her headpiece. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white daisies. Sandra Gray served as maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Judy Gray, sister of the bride and Mrs. Larry Nelson, sister of the groom. Diane Vaage served as junior bridesmaid. Marie Nelson, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. Harlan Rodberg was best man. Groomsmen were Royce Gray and Robert Norem. Junior groomsman was La Monte Gray. Steven Beenken was ring bearer. Melvin Gray, Rodney Gray, Duane Vaage and Glenn Vaage were ushers and candlelighters were Dean Beenken and Arlyn Gray. Mary Beenken acted as the bride's personal attendant. Faye Asche was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Donald Topper, organist. A reception for 300 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Presiding at the guest book was Mrs. De Wayne Hovey. At the punch bowl were Mrs. Martin Andersen and Mrs. LaVern Vaage. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penning. Mrs. Verdon Farrow and Mrs. Duane Vaage cut the wedding cake. Mrs. John Pannkuk and I TITONKA I n n H By Mrs. Mary Schroeder & Mrs. Mary Schroeder and Mark, Ames, returned July 14 after an extended trip west. They did much sight-seeing and visited relatives and friends at Pasadena, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Ore., and Grandview, Wash. They were gone three weeks. Mark returned to Ames to his work at University Barber Shop Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schroeder of Knoxville were house guests on Monday and Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Schroeder. Two Ledyard Classes Join In Reunion LEDYARD - The graduating classes of 1945 and 1946 held their annual reunion at Fairmont Saturday night, July 1. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. James Reece, Dr. and Mrs. W.O. Reece, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gelhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Haag, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. How- Those who know MINNEAPOLIS Know ; ~ MOTOR, HOTEL For Convenience ... For Luxury Accommodations.. I For Friendliness... For Budget Rates... For Resort- like Atmosphere ... 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During the evening, a drawing was held for prizes donated by club members, Leon McCoy, Jeanne McCoy, Farmers Elevator, Ternes Garage, Thompson Standard Oil, Meyer Standard Oil and the Farmers and Charmers Square Dance Club. - o - Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Bloodworth and Steven left early Monday to visit relatives in Georgia. They will be returning Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simons- meier and family of Princeton, Minnesota were Sunday night and Monday visitors at the Gus Si- monsmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog and Harold Warner attended a Lumberman's meeting at Spirit Lake Thursday evening and following the meeting called on the William Wiemers. The KC's will have their annual fall dinner Thursday evening, Aug. 10. All area KG members are invited to attend. Marvel Halvorson drove to Waterloo Saturday morning to meet her mother, Mrs. Marie Halvorson, and bring her home. She had been on vacation with Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson. They drove to Yakima, Wash, and Seattle where they enjoyed sightseeing and visiting two cousins of Mrs. Halvorson. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag received word of the birth of their .fourth great-grandchild Saturday when Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Downs of Algona became the parents of a son, their first child. Mrs. Downs is the former Diane Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reilly and Mr. and Mrs. James Kollasch were guests at a cookoutat the Joe Schissels Saturday evening. Weekend guests at the Harold Herzog home were Betty Herzog and Sita Johnson of Minneapolis and John Kendall of St. Paul. Lion Award To Herbst Ted S. Herbst, local real estate and insurance man, was named the outstanding member of the Algona Lions Club for the past year. The award was given at the weekly meeting of the service club Tuesday at the Algona Hotel. Miles Sloniker presented the Llon-Of-The-Year bronze statue to Herbst for his active participation in the club. More than 25 million men and women in- the U. S. today were former 4-H Club members. Among them are many of the nation's leaders. Delivery TWICE DAILY EAST END GROCERY ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 5-3762 9:00 a.m. MORNING SALE 9:00 a.m. M HIGH GRADE ft ft HOLSTEINSLL I will sell the following described livestock and dairy equipment on my farm located from THoWka, 2 miles north on the blacktop and '/. mile east; or 8 miles east, 1 mile south and V- mile east of Bancroft, on .... WEDNESDAY, JULY 26 Auctioneer's Note This is a calf hood vaccinated herd and now clean. TB and Bangs tested to go anywhere. Nunbers 1,4,10,16,17,19,20; 21 and 22 are all out of Curtis breeding and all females are now bred and bred to Curtis Black Angus No. 760. These cows show lots of quality and production. If you want dairy cows or good feeding cattle, be here at 9:00 a.m. sharp! 1. JEAN1E due with 2nd calf Aufuat 3 2. D1ANNE due with 3rd calf Auiua* 2 3. MILLIE due with 2nd calf Aufuat 3 4. BLACKIE due with 2nd calf September 21 5. SUSIE frah with 3rd calf June 14 & .WH1TEY freih with 2nd calf June 24 7. JANE freih with 3rd calf May IB 8. BOSSY freih with Sib calf May 21 9. TUBBY fre«b with lit calf July 11 10. DEBBIE freih with 2nd calf July 8 11. THELMA LOU freth with 3rd calf April 18; Bred June 17 12. JUDY freih with 2nd «alf Feb. 2; Bred IAfc.rU 15 13. BETTY freih with 3rd calf Feb. 13; Bred April 2» 14. BESS .freih with 2nd calf Feb. 14; Bred April 2t 15. SALLY freih with 2nd calf March 12; Bred May 13 16. PICKELS freih with lit calf Feb. 10; Bred June 4 17. ROSIE fre»h with 2nd calf Dec, 1; Bred May 16 18. MABEL frah with 2nd calf March 10; Bred May 24 19. PEGGY . . I lit calf heifer; Bred May 1» 20. PENNY lit calf Eeifer; Bred May 27 21. JANET lit calf heifer; Bred June 10 22 , ... ' lit cmlf iprintjer 24 - MIXED CATTLE - 24 7 Black W.F. STEERS, about BOO Ibi. S Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 750 Ibi. C.V. and open 1 Charlio. HEIFER, about 750 Ibi., C.V. and open 2 Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and open 1 Red W.F. HEIFERS, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and open \ Black W.F. HEIFER, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and open 3 Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 500 Ibi., C.V. and open 1 Black W.F. Steer and 2 Black W.F. Bull, about 450 Ibi. Theie are real good quality cattle, well itarted on feed. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Late model Surge S.P. U PUMP with large pipeline for 10 Cow* 2 Perfection Suipemion Type BUCKETS 6-Can Mailer Bill Side-door COOLER; only 4 yean old, in real good condition 6 lO-gallou MILK CANS Large Stainleii Steel STRAINER TERMS: CASH or make arrangement! with your banker; befc re the tale. 'No property to be removed from the premUei until fettled for* Not reiponiible for accidenti ihould any occur. Palmer Rurup, owner CHARLEY QUINN and DUTCH LEEK, Auctioneer* TITONKA SAVINGS BANK. Clerk

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