The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 4
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t 1 (la.) Upp»r DM , May 5S, 1*41 «Al$rws*» TO w«d "' Mr. and Mrs. Ravrteigh Byrn „of'Des Moines have announces •"the engagement and approaching **fttarriafe of their daughter, Wan w da. Virginia* to Phil G. Anderson »son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett An *d£rson of Algona. Wahda receiv ed her business training in De •Moines and is presently employ *ed in the insurance division o "general Motors Corp. Phil, *. •.graduate of Algona high school, "•attended the State University o ""Iowa at Iowa City, and is a mem- «iber of Alpha Phi Omega frater- "ttity, and is now employed bj ^General Motors at Des Moines. 4 The wedding, with a receptioi »to follow, will be held at 4 p.nx. 3 in Plymouth Cpngrega TUoiutl church at Des Moines. ^Newcomers Elect » Th£ Algona Newcomers Club "held a regular meeting on Tuefr- *day, May 16 at Van's Cafe at 8:00 *"p.m.,at this meeting the election ^jof: officers for the next six •-•months took place. w The new officers are Lavon 'Lellyri, president,. Pat Moen, vice•» president, : Bea, Beisell, secretary *and Jfudy Everds, treasurer. Fol- "*lowipg the business meeting the „* group? played' bridge and 500. * Gert Allen won high bridge prize, *Rita Long J&igh 500 and me door :,; prize was won by Lucille Na- ••voicheck. Pink-Blue Shower « Mrs. Kenneth Gorman, assisted *by Mrs.. ;William Kuhn. Jr., gave a pink an4 blue shower May 10 *for Mrs. Ed Reding. Present were IJMrs-. Sylvester Arndorfer, Mrs. * Kenneth Teeter, Mrs. Ted Wag- *ner and Mrs. Allen Walker. Gam- were played and refreshments •served. Fat»w«U Patty Mf*. Ernest E«*l, Mrs. DicH NEW LOW INTEREST Land Bank Loans INTEREST REDUCED TO Reynolds and Mrs. Dena Boekelman gave a silver coffee party for Mrs. Arnie Elbert Tuesday, a farewell courtesy. Mrs. Elbert and family are moving to Fonda June 1. Guests were Mesdames Perry Collins, Charles Hinken and Janet, Minnie Hinken, Ira Duttoa, Ranbey Leek, Art Riedel, Alfred Semon, Alex Reefer,: Margaret McGuire> Delmar Kern, William Daffy and Joe, CHffora Etheringtoiv Rose Loper, Alfred Scheeer and Mary, Pat Crowley George Jergens, Mrs. Anna Smith, Keith Christy, Kim, Lori and Jamie, Armour Lemkee, Duane Logue, Hugh Colwell, and the Misses Henrietta Boecketaan, Edna Smith and Dora Bierstedt, Mrs; Dick Reynolds* children, Linda and Betty and Mrs. Egel's children, Gwen, Rebecca and Bob. Daughter Honored The Fred Meyers entertained at a dinner at Hotel Algona Sunday in honor of their daughter, Juanita's confirmation. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Art Hasch, Whittemorev Mrs. Esther Hints, e Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Struecfcer and family, Mr. and Kirs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. ana Kirs. Wayne Boettcher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley nd family,. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vaudt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family, all oi Fenton. Afternoon guests were Mr., and Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz. William Tordoff Of Algona To Wed In June 20 Confirmed In confirmation services at Trinity Lutheran, Algona, 20 Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Jans, Brewster,, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, BondaJjta Kay, shown here, to William Lee Tordoff, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.. William Tordoff, Algona, Both Miss Jans and Mr. Tordoff will be graduating: from Northwest Institute of Medical Laboratory Technique, Minneapolis, Minn., in June. No definite wedding date has been set. (UDM Engraving) Irvington Marquerite M. -Hayes Land Bank Loans are now being made at a new lower rats of interest . . . and, In accordance with Land Bank Policy, interest on Joans mado previously at a higher rate u also being reduced. Land Bank Loam feature low interest, long terms, low payments—and can be paid off in advance without penalty. Look ahead when, you look for a loan on land — look for a Land Bank Loan that protect! you today and tomorrow, tool E. H. HUTCHINS, Mgr. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION (South of Penneys in Algona) Box 670 Mondays & Wednesdays Best for Otfica Calls young people and one adult were received into communicant membership of the congregation. In addition, five adults were received. The Youth group included the following: JoEllen Baas, Michael Baker, Norman Benson, Richard Dreyer, Darwin Engelbarts, Dorene Funk, Jane Geilenfeld* Judy Haag, Bonnie Hoernke, David, Hoetnke, Pamela Hopkins, David Logue, Juanita Meyer, Dennis Miller, Sandra Pergande, Gayle Phillips, Diane Smith, Dennis Walker, .Sharon WiMretk Hartan Wittkopf. Brother W«ds. Florenus «aKfeen, Bode, brottf- er of Ben and Oliver Bakken and Mrs, Harry Speogberg, and Mrs. Idah RippentroR Lakota, were married May 20 in the Little Brown church at Nashua. In attendance were the bride's daughters. Marilyn, Sandra and Coleen, her mother, Mrs. Mary Telkamp, and Robert Armstrong, of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Bak ken will be at home in Bode. daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. John Hopkins, was confirmed Sunday in Trinity Lutheran church and a femily dinner was held afterward in her home. Guests were Mr. and IMLrs. Martii: Potratz and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Bonnie and Bob, Mrs. Willmar Wichtendahl and Leon, Lotts Creek. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor. Mother's Day Visit Mrs. Emily Ringgenberg ha:= returtied from Blue Earth, Minn., where she spent Mother's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Algona Newcomers Club annual spring dinner-dance will be held Saturday, June 3, at the Algona Country Club at 7 p.m. OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK MISS KOSSUTH COUNTY PAGCANT SPONSORED BY THE ALOONA JAYCEES m ;« Name _. Address . Parents _ „.._ Education: High School v ear Graduated College ._.. Y»ars AHendad Sorority Birth Date Phone Special Training to Mi»ie, Dramatics, Daactag, Etc. Scholqrship Information: I Would Like To Further My Education At ... _ . ,M m :» « '• u •* * J Measurements; Height Bust Weight Waist .^. Hips ................ -..._ - Color Hair ..... Color Ey«s ....... ...... _ Complexion Give Some Interesting Facts About Yourself Far Publicity, Including Hubbies, Clubs, School , Contests Won, Russel and Richard Harms of Titonka spent the weekend at home of their grandmother, Mrs. Olive Haru-en. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Davis. Mrs. Colwell and Claude Fowler drove to Tuttle Lake Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Holland. Gerald Frankl and four oldest sons, Pat, Mike, Ronnie and Barney enjoyed some fishing at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mrs. Marie Frankl and Marguerite Hayes visited Sunday at the home of their neice, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stork at Bancroft and got acquainted with their new great-nephew, Anthony David Mr. and IVIrs.. John Dole and son Matthew of Lawton, Oklau arrived Thursday. John will be employed by his father Elmer Dole in road construction work. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ditsworth drove to Bricelyn, Minn. Sunday ;t» visit, at. the GSo.: Skarjf?,. hqmfe i The Skfare-'s. had a dinner & hoot- or of their datagh|er, Georgia Ann, who was a member of the confirmation class at the Lutheran church there. The Skares lived here for many years, Geo. being depot agent for Chi. N.W.! Ry Co. 85 YEARS Carstens Brothers Hardware sold out recently after 85 years in the hardware^ plumbing aha seating business in Ackley. A fellow wouMn't mind loaning his lawn mower if the borrower wouldn't take it out of the yard. 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TIN COOK OUT MEATS COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS THICK CUT STEAKS SMALL TURKEYS SPRING FRYERS MANY OTHERS TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT -WRAPtED- MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE GOLDEN BANANAS LB. 12c NEW WHITE POTATOES 10 .Lbs. 39c CALIF. ORANGES 3 Dozen $1.00 TUB! TOMATOES 19c SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE Cam98c FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 For Fricta Good THURSDAY - PW DAY - SATURDAY — MONDAY M ' y

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