The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1961
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Marilyn Kliegl Ofliftemore Wed Feb. II Whitlemore — Saturday, Feb. 31, at 10 a.m., Marilyn Kliegl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Kliegl of Whittemore, became the bride of William L. Bernhard, son of Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft, with Rev, Philip Dailey officiating at the double rirtg ceremony in St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore Acolytes were Robert Wright, Billy Elbcrt, Cletus Mosbach and Mark' Capcsius. Sister Mary Eleanor accompanied the high school choir which snng. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Her gow.n was of white imported hand clipped rdscppiht, chantilly lace Combined,, with crystal pleated tulle over nylon net and taffpta. The bodice was of roscpoint lace, and sequin adorned crystal pleated tulle styled with a basque modi-' iicd torso, with back buttons and a deep point front and back at waist. The sweetheart neckline was of sequined lace and a line of pleated tulle and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrist. Her skirt was floor length of roscpoint lace and crystal tulle, over foundations of nylon tulle and not, with a < chapel length train, The front skirt of lace edged in scallops at the hem line, caught up in folds and held in place with roses of lace and silk organza. Back of skirt was composed of deep scalloped lace and crystal pleated tulle. Her cloud veil was of. white dmported English bridal illusion with a queen's crown of pearl and sequined lace in scalloped effect. She carried a cascade bouquet of ;red roses and a cultured pearl rosary a gift of the groom. Carol Kliegl, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mary Walker served as' bridesmaid. Susan : Marie Berte was flower girl. Danny Bernhard was ring . bearer. .Mark Bernhard; .'brother attended his 1 brother* as best man tnd Charles Lickteig w,as ? groom- Jman. Ushers were Jerry Kliegl, brother of the bride, and Ronald Duscher. . • . ... A dinner was served. at the .Plantation to 120 guests. The 'brides table was decorated with her chosen colors. A reception was held from 2 to 4 to friends and relatives of the, couple. Helen Ginzo was in charge of the gue£t book. Marilyn, Hock, Janette Weydert, Twyla Jergens, Mrs Harlan Bonnstetter, Patty Bleich and Kalhy Cruise were in charge of the gifts. Mrs James Kollasch and Mrs Marvin Tigges served punch. The bride and groom cut the cake which was served later by Mrs Charles Bcrte and Mrs William Gocke, Mrs Ellsworth Wright' poured. The bride is a graduate of Pre* sentation high school in Whittemore and was employed by Dr. R. O. Drowns in West Bend as receptionist and - secretary. The groom graduated from St. John's high school at Bancorf t and served with, the army for two years and since his discharge has been' farming. Upon their return from their wedding trip of two weeks in Florida they will live on a farm hear Bancroft. Rites Friday, Titonka, For Grace Harms Mrs John A. (Grace) Harms of Titonka died Tues., Feb. 7 following a stroke. Funeral' services were Friday at 12:30 p.m. at the home and at 1 p.m. at the Ramsey Reformed Church. The Rev. William Kroon officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery with Blake Funeral Home in charge. Born in Germany, Sept. 27. 1871, she was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Meyers. She was married April 20, 1895. They farmed northwest of Titonka .until retiring 14 years ago., She was preceded in death,by. her husband, a son, Henry, two daughters,! Anna and Antje. Surviving are six sons, John, K'., Titonka; Jess, Buii;; Carl, Herman, Ralph and AlbeVi,;Tiionka; and a daughter, Jennie,! tv£th whom* she livdd;' 39 granadiildren : and 14 great grandchildren.' • : ! Wed Feb. 4 At St. Joe , : Donrta T.hjul n daughie? of ;Mt.' dnd JMtesi Eug'phe h?hul; St. Joe; and R'ayhionS'Forsyte', ; son'<of ; Mr: 'and 5 Mrs.' fto? 'Forsythej West Bend, were married Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic'CHurch at St. Joe. Rqv. JOeo; Schumacher; officiated. Followingitheir]wedding trip to Chicago/the newly weds are residing in Fort Dodge;'A cOm* plete wedding story appeared in last week's UDM. (Glenn's Studio Phato-UDM EncraVinel • '. ' ' ' . i ! . '• ', ' ' i ; ' • • v niary 9th to discuss plans for operating Union Slough Recreation Area. Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge was established for the protection and production of waterfowl and therefore has no appropriations for recreational developments or maintenance, The recreation area has been developed, operated and maintained for public use during non- hunting months through special use permits issued to community service organizations. The last special use permit for this area terminated December 31, 19GO. It is hoped that agreements can be obtained with four surrounding community organizations so that the 20-acre Union Slough Recreation Area can be reopened this spring and summer for nature study, picnicking, swimming and fishing. , Teachers, . scoutmasters and other youth leaders attended the National Rifle Association Instructors' School held at the Burt I City Hall at 7 p.m February 15. r This training session trained new NRA instructors how to teach 1 gun safely and marksmanship to young riflemen and was also a good briefing for former instructors, according to Frank Tellier, Stale Conservation Officer, Burt. Bowmen and other wildlife en- thusinss have been invited to the North Kossuth Rod and Gun Club meeting at Ssvea City Legion Hall al 8 p.m. February 21. Dr. A. O. Haugen, Secretary, National Bow Association and Leader of the, Iowa. Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Iowa State University, will .be the guest speaker and will give an interesting archery demonstration. I understand oyster, stew will be served and a hat will be passed to pay for the oysters. ing, Feb. 19 nt 8 o'clock with groups 1, 2 nnd 3 In charge. The public is invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Marvin Kramer and family were given a surprise farewell party Sunday evening when neighbors came to spend n social evening. A farewell remembrance gift was given and lunch was brought by the visitors. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs Bob Kirsch and Harold Friders deceiving prizes. Attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Adam Kramer and Mrs Harold Friders and Howard, Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges, Mr nnci Mrs Bob Kirsch nnd family, Math Kirsch and Delmar Plathc and Thursdoy, Fob. 16, 1961 Algonn (lei.) Upper De* Mo!n«-3 Suit Settled Ringsted — A damage suit, in which the plaintiff, Mrs. Mary Irmiter, Armstrong, sought $25,000 damages and $500.25 for hospital and mwlicnl expenses, was sol Hod out of court Tuesday in Emrnet county. Defendants were Jerry and Maxinc Dories, driver nnd owner of a pickup truck which struck Mrs. Irmiter on the main street at Armstrong Aug. 26, 1950. Nine prospective jurors had been selected Richard. The Krnmrrs are moving to their own farm near Algona. John B. Reding, Orville Wagner, Ralph. Reding, Harold Friders nnd Maurice Reding attended a sale at /Uchinson, Nebr. Tuesday. Donnld Wanner and Gary Friders accompanied Don Pricskorn from Algonn, Luke McGuire from Burt and Earl Schmit from West Bend to Quincy, 111. last week. Bancroft, Titonka To Aid In Union Slough Program 'R^rek6ritatives of 'the' Bancroft and Titorika Chambers .of tion Commission and- Union Slough -National s Wildlife Refuge Commerce,' the; Iowa .Conserva- met at th<J jrefifge'office on Feb•—•'•'•• , ; —;—• ' ; i—«_;—__ 1 , ..i -Hiy .' 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Parker, author of more than 70 booh* for younfj 'people, ww formerly president ol the National Coun-[ «U on Elementary Science and education contuttant lor the Columbia School o( the Air. PEVELOP * LOVE FOR KEAOIN8 AND LWRNUHJ IN YOUR CHILD AT AN EARLY ABE with these W magnificent encyclopedias, for they an) bound to help any youngster do WW hoiMwork and make JiighOK NOW at your NATIONAL FOOD STORE The publishers of the World Famous GOLDEN BOOKS Introduce you to a Brand New WOULD OF KNOWLEDGE 15 years in the making Every page in full color ST. JOE NEWS ; Julie Juanita -Borrnann, infant .daughter of-Mr and Mrs William Bormahn;born' Feb^.U,; was baptized •' Sunday in' St. 1 ' Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher 'with Nancy Willfong , and James Bormann as sponsors. The first of a serids of card parties to be .held in St. Joseph's school will be held; Sunday even- Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper 160 Acre Farm At Auction In order to settle the estate of the late Peter Lickteig, the following described real estate will sell at public auction on the farm located 5 miles west of Cresco, la. on Hwy. 9, then 1 mile south or 4 miles east of Davis Corners Junction 63 and 9, then 1 mile south. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 Sale Time 12:30 P.M. LEGAL DESCRIPTION - The South V* of S.W. Vt and the E. V4 of the SE Vt section 25, Twp. 99 N. Range 12, West of the 5th P. M. Howard Co., Iowa. BUILDINGS include large frame home and a complete set of out buildings. The soil is in good state of fertility. TERMS — 20% down day of sale, balance when deed together with abstract show a clear merchantible title is delivered. Real Estate will be sold to highest bidder. The purchaser will receive a court approved deed. POSSESSION March 1, 1961. Farm may be inspected anytime. Peter Lickteig Estate Lyle Erickson, Cresco, Auct. i BILL'S MARKET BILL'S MARKET i t FOOD jult we Will hold-a Pood Sale our place, 'located 8 miles .south of Burt, 10 Miles north of St. Joe, 7 miles west of Sexton, and 11 miles' As We. are |ust naturally in favor-of eating good food and living well, wi Hold-a Food' at east of Whittemore; or — one west of Rusk Drug and one door east of Charlie Fox's barber, shop, on State Street, in Algona, on • • THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Sale Starts at 8 a.m. daily, and open Su nday from 9 a.m. until noon, 4 p.m. to 6 JUST GOOD FOOD MOUNTIE FREESTONE PEACHES, in.2Vi size tins 3 cans for STANDY BRAND, 46 oz. Cans of TOMATO JUICE, take 'em home for -__ BORDEN'S GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM, all flavors, V 2 Gal FREE — box of 6 cone cups with each Vz gallon) 89c 29c 69c GARDEN brand PEANUT BUTTER, jumbo 3 Ib. jar for --. BORDEN'S CREAM CHEESE, large 8 oz. Pkg. is yours for BANANAS - Golden, Ripe and Nutritious, per Lb. RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT, No. 1 Grade, Take home 10 for 99c 29c lOc 39c • FROZEN FOODS • STARKIST TUNA PIES, 8 oz Ea. 29c PERCH FILLETS, 3 Lbs. $1 BOOTH BREADED SHRIMP, 10 oz. Ea. 59c BREADED FISH STIX 2 Pkgs. 69c MEAT DEPARTMENT WHQLE HALIBUT, Cut and Wrapped For Your Freezer. Lb. Easy to Prepare & Tasty! MINUTE STEAK, Tenderized, Lb. You Never Tasted Better! RENWICK COLBY CHEESE, Lb. 49c 79c 55c LEAN, TRIMMED >ORK CUTLETS, You'll Love'em Lb. FULL BEEF LOINS, All Sirloin and T-Bones, Cut and Wrapped For Your Freezer Lb. FRESH BULK KRAUT Lb. 49c 69c 19c SMOKED HALIBUT, SMOKED WHITING, SMOKED SALMON, SALT COD USUAL AUCTION TERMS: WE DELIVER TWICE DAILY - PHONE CY 4-4410 BILL'S MARKET Bill Gilligan, Auctioneer ALGONA, IOWA Al Bullock, Clerk of Sale

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