The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 6
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«-Al0ona (la,) Upp«r DM MotnM Thursday, June 8, 1961 Beverly Warner Of Algona Weds Lone Rock Man Lone Rock — Beverly Jean Warner, daughter of Mr. and You get the happy taste of \ fresh,sun-ripened citrua v fruit in every bright and bubbly sip. flCKUPA6-PACK •OPtHIOHT INI, TH« laUNtr COHPANt Mrs. Leonard Warner,of Algona, was ftiarrled to Larry Alton HoUsehaldei 1 , son of Mr. end Mrs. Glenn Householder of Lone Rock, Saturday, June' 3, at 2 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran church at Blue Earth, with the Rev. Thompson performing the ceremony. t Attendants were Gloria Householder and Larry Ramus. The couple took a short wedding trip to South Dakota. The bride is a 1901 graduate of Algona high school, the groom I960 graduate of Scntral high school and is attending the Dunwoody Industrial Institute al Minneapolis. Shower Honoree A miscellaneous shower for Margaret Fischer was held in the Presbyterian church parlors Wednesday evening, May 31. The program was presented by Mrs. Milton Madison and Mrs. Roger Jensen. A skit was presented by Mrs. Milton Madison, assisted by Kathy Jensen, Mary Lee Madison, Jill Blanchard, Susan Montgomery, Susan Blanchard, and Steven Fischer. Mrs. Donald Bianchard assisted at the piano. Margaret was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs. Richard Krapp of Bancroft and Mrs. Dennis Priebe. Steven Fischer and Anna Menz carried the gifts. Mrs. Willis Cotton was in charge of the guest book. Hostesses were Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Frank Flaig, Art Priebe, Fred Dransfeldt, Roy Jensen,. Hugh Walsh. Lawrence Walsh, Bernard O'D noil, Dick O'Donnell, Don Houck, Eric Seegebarth, Robert Fourt- ney, Willis Cotton, Rose Kraft, A. A. Krueger, E. A. Lee, Lawrence Newbrough, Dave Weber, MiltOn Marlow, Ralph Bierstedt, Larenz Geitzenauer, Ray Laabs, Henry Schroeder,.' Andrew Thompson, Roger Jensen, Donald Blanchard, Mary Genrich and Eldin Marlow. ' Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer, will be married to Larry Menz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz of Fenton, June 10 in the Presbyterian church. Summer Pastor Benjamin Meyer, Algona, will be in charge o( the Lone Rock Presbyterian church during the summer. Church services will begin at 9. Mr. Meyer has 1 year left in .the Seminary. He is attending -the University of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer are at home in the Presbyterian manse in Lone Rock. Dick Bierle is home on furlough following completion 01 basic training. He will report to Maryland June 14. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton attended the wedding of Patsy: Sue Stow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stow of Dolliver, and Successor (jreefed Tops Class Of 159, St. Thomas Academy Sgi. Charles Simmons, who has served Kossuth and four oihet area counties as driver's license examiner for the past 11 years, s shown at the left in the above photo as he officially greeted Patrol-, man Tom Cogdall at the courthouse here; Wednesday. -^ Cogdall recently completed his Highway Patrol training arid will replace Simmons here. Simmons, recently elevated to his sergeant's rating, has been transferred to Manchester, effective in, July. He came here as a recruit in May of 1950. Cogdall is a native Of Dyersville and will, serve Algona, Swea City, Emmetsburg, EstherviHe' Britt, Garner and Forest City as Simmons has in the past. (UDM Polaroid Photo — Engraving) t •• • ' mony. Mr. Robert Dean Stebbins, sorf of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stebbins of Woodland Hills, California, June 4 at Dolliver. They also attended the reception following the cere- _ and Mrs. Glenn Doty of Mason City were Sunday guests in the Andrew Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and family attended the Bierstedt family reunion in Fenton recently. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mitchell and family of Des Moines were Memorial weekend guests in he home of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schmidt of Milford, Wise, were weekend guests of the Fred Schmidt's. They came to attend the Meyer- Dittmer wedding at the Good Hope Methodist church p Sunday, June 4. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were Friday evening guests in the Melvin Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Champion and Mr. and Mi's. Arnold Meyer were also guests. The group celebrated the birthday of Melvin Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt were hosts at /a cpnfirmation dinner in honor of their daughter; Margaret, confirmed in St.' John Lutheran church, Fenton, May 28. Guests in their home were Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt, Mrs. Mollie Kressin, Bertha Kressiij. of Fenton, . an4, Linda Lpcjcwood Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family were afternoon callers. Winnie Bilsborough and daughters of Estherville, Mrs. Clarene Golla and Mrs. Harpld Kuchen- reuther of Algona were Monday morning callers in the P. M._ Christensen home. ,.' • >,• \ Wendell Jensen of Princeton Minn, 'and Mrs. Paul Lemke and' son of Algona visited in the P, M. Christensen home Wednesday They visited J. M. Jensen who 'is a patient in the St. Ann Hospital in Algona.. • • Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 C. Pavik of Fairmont, Minn, were Sunday supper guests in the Walter Thompson home. • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson' visited Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener and Henry Kueck of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn were" visitors Tuesday in the Jim Thul horrie at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Janet of' Gowie were visitors' Sunday in' the Charles Morris home. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Nordine. were Thursday supper guests in the A.' A. Krueger home. They, were Friday dinner guests in the KruegeF. home before. leaving for their- new home in Osakis, Minn where'Mr. Nordine will be -the, pastor • in the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed Blanchard visited over the weekend in the Pictured ' above is Cadet Lieutenant Thomas D. Cullen, son of Mr and, Mrs Pat Cullen of Storm Lake, who ii to graduate tonight (June 8) Summa Cum Laude from' Si. Thomas Military Academy at St., Paul, Minn. He stands first in his class of 156, and had been active in a host of school activities. Mr and Mrs Cullen, former Algona residents, are attending the graduation, exercises. Tom plans on attending Notre Dame next fall. (UDM Engraving). Julie Preuschl Of Algona To Wed In July Wise. Mr. and>Mrs, ; Ralph Bierstedt and Mr.-ansl,,M,cs..,E.v.e,re.tt Hanna spent -a few days 'fishing near Deer River, Minn. , . Mr and Mrs John an„,•« „ *, „ i. ~i , i- Chfford Mueller home, Stanley,' 'nounce ,the engagement and ap- """"" preaching marriage of their daughter, Julie Ann, shown here, to G'drald, son of Mr and" Mrs Frank Goodman, Rochester. Miss Preuschl is a graduate of the Ro- 3-PIECE BEDROOMS AS LOW AS $89.50 STUDIO LOUNGES AS LOW AS $59.50 PLATFORM ROCKERS AS LOW AS $24.50 Bride & Groom m^^^^P ^HH ^^^H ^HH^^^H IMHMMH COME EARLY Get Your Share Now! 25% OFF SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Discontinued Colors NOW at Bjustrom's MAPLE DESKS AS LOW AS $44.50 Brides and grooms — come into our store — pick out the furniture, carpeting and draperies you need to start housekeeping. After you have made your selections WE WILL GIVE YOU A WHOPPING 20% OF YOUR PURCHASE PRICE IN FREE MERCHANDISE. Here's an example: You buy $500 worth of merchandise in our store — We give you $100 more Free. And best of all, you can spend that $100 on anything in our store. If you buy $100 worth, you get $20 in free merchandise. We are out to move furniture this coming month — more is arriving all the time and we need the room. So come in and SAVE NOW AT BJUSTROM'S. BUNK BEDS AS LOW AS $39.88 CHROME LOVE SEATS AS LOW AS $24.95 On your purchases of carpeting and draperies, we will give you 10% credit on free merchandise. On a drapery job of $200, you will get $20 in free furniture. On a carpeting job of $1000, you get $100 in free merchandise. Your choice of our entire 3-Floor Store from which to choose your FREE merchandise I Sales as low as $10.00 are eligible for this Bonus offer — SAVE now at Bjustrom's I MAGAZINE RACKS AS LOW AS BROADLOOM CARPETING AS LOW AS $4.88 Per Sq. Yd. DON'T WORRY ABOUT FINANCING-WE TAKE CARE OF THAT RIGHT IN OUR STORE I BJUSTROM FURNITURE EASY TERMS - ESTABLISHED IN 1925 - FREE DELIVERY BASSETT BEDROOM FURNITURE HHWHI^^^^W^^^^^* SIMMONS BEDDING , sehbM, af irife ana is eft/played 6t St. Mary's' hospital at present, Mr-Goodman ifr m$\6$<!& a| a rriefclttiHlb. A late July wedding^ Beirig .planned. ' Hold Dinner; 151 Present Oitosen — dne hundred fifty- one Ottoson, high school alumni attended the dinner Sunday at the school. The dinner was served by the United Presbyterian Wortten. • • ,,'•''-, Alumni 'attending ,from- the greatest distance were 1 Mrs. Ted Pefcry, nee Nancy Hellfckson of Long Beach, Calif-., J6e Longseth of ,'Longmdnt, Cola, ^and -Parrel] Enbckson of Minneapolis!, 1 Mrs. Earl Olson, president, gave the welcome. -Mrs. Ed Nessen' of West ,Bend, accompanied by her daughter, Maryi sang a vocal solo; Mrs; Roy Ermckson gave .the, secretary's report''and Mrs. John liar'sqn gave the treasurer's, report. '' • 'Naomi Struthers ,\vas'the matter of ceremonies; Short greet- 1 ings'from two'former teachers', Mrs. Helen,''Campbell and Wayne Truesdell.' Communications 'were read from' absent .alumni by Mrs. Donald Larson,-chairman-of the program committee, -\Mrs. Roy Enbckson -and Merle Holt. ' Alumni toured the school building, which.has been remodeled in many places since reorganization. . New officers elected were: president, Ralph Jacobson; vice- president, Allan Walnem; secretary, Mrs. Fred Kampen; and treasurer, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. ' Officers responsible for the dinner were' Mrs. Earl Olson, president; Mrs. Loren Daniel, vice-president; Mrs. Donald Usher, secretary; and Mrs. John Larson, treasurer. Naomi Struthers, who 'visited in Washington, D. C. and Hudson, Ohio, returned home Wednesday: Steven and gu9sn,Stfiithers returned Home with her for the and 4 Mrs. Joe and family of Longmont, Colo. visited his mother, . Mrs. i Anna Longseth from Friday until Sunday. Other Sunday afternoon visitors- were ' Mr. - and , Mfs. Art Longseth and Mr. aftd Mrs. Ste- Wart Longseth 'of Manchester Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Lemke.of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundfit. and family of Algona and the Melvin Longseths of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Waechter, Steve v and Sherry went to Ibwo City Sunday and brought Don Waechter home with thfm. They also visited the .Lyle Waechter? at Iowa City and Mr. 'and Mrs Bill qiemens at Waterloo. Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Oliver Christiansen homt were Mr. and Mrs, Doa Weinekei and her mother, Mrs. Ann Toll and Elsie Jecklin of Dubuque. • Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Jacobsen are parents of a 6 lb., 9 oz, daughter, Cynthia Lynn, born Friday, June 2, at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt are the maternal grandparents. MISS TWIN HlVEflS -'— Susan Olson, above, Twin> Rivers senior and a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald Olson of Bode, is the candidate of the Twin Rivers band and drill team, as Queen of tho Mason City band festivail. She is a soloist and pianist, and active in school activities of all types. "•..'.•' Every night except Saturday TRY OUR SPECIALS 5 Hamburgers (to go) $1.00 BROASTED CHICKEN BASKET 78c , Chrome Drive-In < 'Highway Jet. 18 & 169 Algona WEEK-END . FRESHEST STRAWBERRIES IN TOWN CALIF. STRAWBERRIES Quart 49c RED, TART, PITTED STANDBY CHERRIES 4 No. '36 Cans Jt STANDBY, NEW CROP EARLY JUNE PEAS 5 No. 303 Cans BORDEN'S yaw KING !/2 gal. 49 STANDBY FROZEN 6 Oz. Cans LEMONADE - 8 for $1 SNOBOY FROZEN 10 Oz. Packages PEAS .. 5 for $1 I JUMBO CALIF. CANTELOUPE...... 3 for $1 NEW, LONG WHITE CALIF. WHITE POTATOES 10 Lbs. 39c SNOBOY ORANGES 8 Lb. 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