The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1968 · Page 6
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(la.) Upper Dei MoinM Thursday, Jan. 25, 1968 J^_j^^_^_ ^_^L-_^_^^. ^_—^^.^ _ . a _ Lora Burtis Funeral Held Here Wednesday Funeral services for Lora Anna Burtis, 94, lifelong resident of this area, were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel with Rev. Walter Mori officiating. Burial was to follow at Laurel Hill cemetery, Irvington. Pallbearers were Marlin Behrends, Ronald, Tom and Robert Burtis, Merritt Dale and Ronald KJos. Mrs. Burtis died at the Good Samaritan Home here Sunday at 3:30 p.m. She was born March 19, 1873 at Irvington, the daughter of Gillespie M. and Mary A. Baker Parsons. She attended Normal College and taught in a rural school in this area until her marriage to Merritt Burtis at Des Moines Aug. 28, 1901. He preceded her in death as did one son in infancy, one sister and four brothers. Survivors include seven children, Mrs. Zela Dale and Nila Behrends, Owatonna, Minn.; Verle M. Burtis, Denver, Colo.; Kermit Burtis, Waterloo; Ivan Burtis, Elk City, Idaho; and Cecil and Glenn Burtis, Algona; 23 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a brother, John Parsons, St. Paul, Minn. Pam Henderson, Donald Madsen Are Wed Pamela Sue Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Henderson, Algona, and Donald James Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Madsen, Sr., Burt, exchanged marriage vows at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14, in St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Rev. Milo Dailey, rector, officiated and was celebrant of holy communion at the nuptial mass. Acolyte was Mike Dailey. Organist was Mrs. Wilbur Bruns and soloist was Ervin Van Haaften. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Sharon M. Schuck, bridesmaid was Mrs. Boyd Shipler and flower girl was Shauna Larson. Best man was Merlin J. Madsen and groomsman was ToddD. Henderson. Ringbearer was Randell Reimers and ushers were William C. Madsen and Jeff Gilmore. The bridal gown was made of peau de soie, trimmed with lace and tiny cultured pearls. The veil was held by a white flower accented by tiny cultured pearls. At her neck, the bride wore a single strand of pearls and she carried pink roses and white stephanotis. A reception was held at the Country Club at 3 p.m. In charge of the guest book was Carolyn Madsen. Mary Jane Taphornand Margaret Elbert poured punch, and Marcia Grandgenett and Mrs. Merlin Madsen poured coffee. The cake was cut by Alice Elbert. Judy Thompson served ice cream and LaVonne Hauptman served sandwiches. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. John Schuck. Waitresses were Mary Carol West, Doreen Thilges, Bonnie Reising and Mrs. John King. Sherry Gilmore and Barbara Schlievert opened the gifts. Mr. Madsen is a graduate of Algona High School and is en^t, in farming. His bride, a graduate of North High School in Des Moines, attended the University of Iowa at Iowa City for one year. She is presently employed as a timekeeper at Weidenhoff Corp. After a wedding trip through southern states, the newlyweds are at home on a farm south of Burt. Fund At $725 The Jackie Roethler fund, money being raised to helpdefraythe medical expenses of the 14-year- old Algona High School freshman seriously injured in a farm mishap several weeks ago, has reached $725, according to Mrs. Dick Buscher, Algona, who started the drive. Any persons wishing to contribute may do so at the Security State Bank. . o PASTORS from Northwest and North Central Presbyteries will meet in Ft. Podge Jan. 29-31. The seminar is on "The How of the Teaching Ministry." A MEETING of the Methodist Men's Executive Board will be held Jan. 24 in the Fireside room, I. -, M .|, a ^- M ^^ ^^^^^^m^jgg^Oj^jjg^jjjjj^aj^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mm SUPER UALU Mlflonte CORN or SWEET PEAS DEL MONTE Fresh, USDA, Inspected and USDA Grade "A" Knew Your Quality - ARMOUR'S SLICED ****$ Fiuit Cocktail I c«* 'K :'/,, •'" OK. PEAS I CANS , FRYERS! BACON HAPPY HOST - 303 CANS TOMATOES EMPRESS Mand DEL MONTE CATSUP Oranq •MMMMMtML 20 OZ. BOTTLES FRESH - BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST REG, 200 COUNT OR DESIGNER 140 COUNT KLEENEX4 M ^^^^^^^^^^ 1 Robin Hood FLOUR LEAN - MEATY PORK STEAK BONELESS - NO WASTE LIBBY'S 46 OZ. IPORK CUTLETS •|M^^BMHH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•"Illll^MBHBllH^MHHBBBMi FRESH FROZEN SEA FOOD Salmon Steak Halibut Steak WILSON SMOKED Braunschweiger I LB. WILSON SLICED (6 VARIETIES) Ib. COLD CUTS PKGS. CARDINAL MARIGOLD DEL MONTE TUNA SQUAT CANS SATHER'S (REG. 39c SIZE) COOKIES Breaded Shrimp RICHLIEU - 16 OZ. BOTTLE WESTERN DRESSING 2LB. BOX FAMOUS NAME BRAND ITEMS DEL MONTE PEACHES T/2 CAN 3 LB. CAN Bottle An * JENO'S CHEESE 4)f>£ 49v Pizza Mix 39 ? GAL. JUG Wesson SUNNY SMILES PEARS T/2 CAN MRS. GRIMES CHILI BEANS PIONEER- 15J/20Z. CAN Dog Food MORTON'S SALT 26 OZ. TUBE ICE CREAM FINEST QUALITY AVAILABLE IN ALGONA SUPERVALU - POLY BAG ^^^^ Vegetables 29 J^li&L_ ^^^^ FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN A Orange Juice 0 6 OZ. CANS ELM TREE - WHITE BREAD DOUGH 3 LOAF, PKG. DREAM WHIP - 41/2 OZ, PKG. DESSERT TOPPING The AVERAGE JELLO - REG, SIZE PUDDING & 3 PIE FILLING FOB NAVEL ORANGES 5 LB. BAG U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS 10 LB. BAG CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY STALK TEXAS - RUBY RED Food Coif If LOWER AT HOOP'S - Pay After Pay, Wt Invitt You To Chtck Our Rtguler Shtlf Pricet ft COMPARE SUPER UALU AUJONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET [ PRICES IN SFFICT JAN, 25 - JAN. 29 INCl, Upper Thursday, Jon. 25, 1968 SOCIETY NEWS 60TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bradley, longtime Algonans, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, Jan. 21, with a dinner and reception for relatives. A dinner was held in their honor at the Johnson House by the couple's five children, Joseph, Walter and Garland of Algona; Emmet, Rutland; and Mrs. Howard Kelly of Clare. A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, with relatives from throughout the state attending. - o - CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained her bridge club Monday. The "Eight Specks" 500 Club will meet Jan. 31 with Mrs. John Dutton. - o - IS HONORED Mrs. Mary Kain's ninetieth birthday was observed Jan. 20 at the Johnson House. Open hpuse was held for her by two of her daughters and daughters-in-law, Mrs. Joe Loeback, Whittemore; Mrs. Clifford Young, Arvada, Colo.; Mrs. Robert Kain, Mrs. Ed Kain and Mrs. George Kain. - o - BREAKFAST GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe had as breakfast guests Sunday, Mrs. Dorothy Higgins and Bill, and Julia and Helen McEnroe. Bill was home on leave from Quantico, Va. and. reported to Pensacola, Fla. - o - COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGinnis were hosts to their couples 500 club Saturday evening. Three tables were in play. High scores went to Arnie Gerdis and Mrs. Arnold Lallier. Travel prize was won by Ed Ruhnke. - o - CARD HOSTESS Mrs. William Specht was hostess to her card club Tuesday evening. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY A pot-luck dinner was held Jan. 19 at the home of Mrs. Elaine Kinseth honoring the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Tillie Kettleson, West Bend. Present were her other daughters, Mrs. Loren Bell and Billy, Algona; Mrs. Dean Elbert and Steve, Whittemore; Mrs. Bob Gronbach and Julie, Livermore; and Bill Baas, brother of the honoree, West Bend. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Clair Blossom, Mrs. Regina Baas, Mrs. John Kettleson, Mrs. William Paetz, Mrs. Ralph Morgan and Edna Kettleson. - o - SHOWERS HONOR Among the guests who attended the pre-nuptial showers for Sandy Haag, who was married to Ronald Presthus, were the grandmothers of the groom, Mrs. William Baker and Mrs. Ann Presthus. The showers were held Jan. 12 in the Baptist church; Jan. 14 at the Country Club; and Jan. 15 at Burt. - o - CHURCHES MRS. THE LAI A Tschetter will be chairman of the Methodist Membership and Evangelism meeting to be held Jan. 25 at 7:30 at Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell's. MRS. RAY Cox was hostess Monday at the Nazarene parsonage at a luncheon given in honor of the birthday ofMrs.Orville Hurlburt. Other guests were Mrs. Dick Wheeler, Mrs. Alden McAdams, Mrs. Frank Mitt» leider, Mrs. A. E. Menneke and Mrs. Gale Towne. AT THE First Presbyterian church Sunday morning, Jan, 28, the worship service will be conducted by a member of the youth fellowship. Those who will paiv ticipate will be Linda Martin, Sandie Carlson, Kris Easter, Doug Jones, Karl Morz, Kathy Skow, David Riley, afcd BUI Burt. Ushers will be Barbara CoiweU» Virginia Hardgrove, Gary Jones ana Bruce Marshall.

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