The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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fttft iwot x c oad 2-Algona (Id.) U(Jp6^ bet Molnet , Thursday, June 15, -..iai-.-.A.... •-.*-.*»»- ..... .:.',...-- Alffiftffli W&d June 10 Karen Rae Barta became the bnae oJ: Lawrence A. Hutzell a beremony Saturday atternoon, June 10, in Trinity American Lutheran church, at Waterloo. Tne bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Barta of Waterloo and the bridegroom a son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E< Hutzell of Algona. Dr. G. E. Melchent officiated at the ceremony. ' Mrs. James Eick was matron of honor and Mrs. Donald Des' Planque and Carol Winslow, bridesmaids. David Richardson' was best man, Robert Johnson and Donald Reid were groomsmen. Floyd Hutzell and Roger Bohning seated the guests. The bride wore a white gown of Chantilly lace studded with sequins and seed, pearls at the bodice, tit 1 was v fashipnedtwitrtjaj Sabrina neckline, and appliques outlined with sequins ; scatter-e<J 1 r, over the skirt. Narrow nylon bias bands and bow accented the chantilly lace peplum design under Jwhich the nylon sheer skirt cascaded into a chapel train. Her English illusion fingertip veu was arrariged in a if lower design and fell : from a matching nylon sheer plateau outlined with seed pearls. Her flowers were a crescent .bouquet of'.yellow sweetheart roses and white frenched carnations with ; white. ,> ribbon streamers. • ' ' • A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. > ] The bride is a junior, majbring in English at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Larry is a graduate of Algona high school and is a senior at ISTC, majoring in Science. • After a. wedding trip fq nprth T a« Minnesota } !th[e! .couple' will live in Cedar Falls. I(UDM En- gV'aving) I ;. Weds HererJune 1 8 ; Frances Clarice, daughter • 01 ; | Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns, Algona, became the bride of Pvt. Leland Dale Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elof Pearson, Wesley, at the Methodist church, Algona ^June 8th. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at double ring ceremony. Attendants were Leslie Pearson sister of the groom, and LcRoy Bruns, brother of bride. ;' The bride is a graduate of Algona high school, class of 1U61 and is employed at Graham's •- store. The groom attended school at Titonka and is now stationed lit Fort Hood, Texas. Pvt. Leland - Pearson has returned to Ft. Hood, Texas after a 20 day furlough. Mrs. Louise Peter attended a family picnic Sunday at Thar at the home of her son-in-law and . daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson. Mr. and -Mrs. Merle Moxley. Mrs. Mayme Franklland Maijie Frafikl attended the wedding Saturday at Guttenberg of Ann Frankl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Frankl, to Dennis Erickson, Elkader, in the Lutheran church. Diane Frankl, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson will' be ai home in Cedar Rapids. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guclerian will hold open house June 17 starling at 10 a.m. in honor of their son and family, Mr.' and Mrs. Bill Guderian and Steven. Stockton, Cal. They extend 'r cordial invitation to relatives and friends. After a few days in Algona, the Bill Guderians will go to Rockwell City to visit Mrs Guderian's parents, Mr. and Mrs Art Henry. Min Hood TRY ROBIN HOOD PRE-SIFTED FLOUR TODAY - THIS EASY WAY. CUP THE COUPON (GOOP FOR 15c) FROM THE BACK PAQE OF THE FARM ANP HOME SECTION OF THIS NEWSPAPER ANP BRING IT TO - Pienk . A family $ichie Wis held Suh- day at the 'homfe of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Seek at Dickens. In attendance were William Beck, Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. , George Beck and Rickey, Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck and Claudia, Omaha, Mrs. Vern James, Bradenton. Fla., and Mr. arid Mrs. John Romer and James Romer. Birthday Party Mrs. Arthur Obrecht entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Briert, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kaiser, Rolfe, Monday evening, June 5, in honor of her husband's birthday. The time was spent socially. At Family Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer attended a family picnic Sunday at Swea City at the home of Mrs. 4 Palmer's brother 4 and sister-in- marta'ge'r, • JUhe ..** «, u .,»«-.i, the township are*jhvited and will meet at the Q, A. Bjustfo'tti home and leave promptly Cafd Clubs! ' "" :1 -' c ' ;! Mrs. Kenneth" Kickbush entef-- tained her card club Wedifgfljay afternoon. Mrs.'-Moyd 'Muftkdy was hostess to .her- <56r"a!'|lub Wednesday afternoon. V1 34 Loren A. Bryan of cently received a degree from Iowa State tfniverslty lt th«HJ he- first sought 34 years 'ago. Satidi- wiched between the date of-^his first enrollment, 1927) and his graduation were 28 years of military service and several depres raimer a uiuuiei aiiw oioi,*;*-***- -™-,, . —--- —- ---* law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierle. sion.years of assorted.,jobs. MitfSlfp Craig Rule Are Wed Sunday " Sharron Claudette Statfe? became (the bri'd'e of "Craig- Mitchel Rule ih the 'first, WeddiAg' ceremony in the new First Presby- tiSfJaft church here Sunday af- terlfldott. Rev.'Myrqa ; Hj*SroWei >»^*1 Ai *i+*Srt At , - i " n*' . officiated. » * ; 4Tie bride is the ' dVughW (A Mr. dnd Mrs. "Keith Strayed, of Algona and the bridegropnt a soh <df;'Mrs. Robert ' L> Rtile 6f Deftison. ' " \ , %' v ' ' Mrs, Richard -Mawdsle^ .. , , . organist and Sam Logsdon/ 'soloj • ',• IflSy Whitten Was maid 6f hen- t!lr a'rtd Virginia Magoon, brides* ,'fnald. IWbert li, Rule, Jr. served *arBesrtna-ft'Bfl.d J. Spendfe* Pink 'was groomsman. Ushers were Doug Bassett, Roger Meeker, Itpgcr McCulley and Sheridan Strayer. • A re'ce'ption followed ,ln the church dining room. "* Hostesses were Mrs. Ronald Ditswprth, Mrs. Zane t>o"ddS-dnd Mrs. .'Aft Grofirt, Mrs. dhertdan -Strayer and Mrs. Joe Aftdersdri cut the cake; Mrs. fed Abbott poured; Mrs\> Geflfe Nichols.-'kept, the guest book and •Mrs. tfStl .Chi-istensen. and Mrs. 'Shirley' Bufheit pnlside'd at the' •fltihch' bbwl. « ,'. y ;, , '- Thfe bride is a ffiridtifite_.'of Ai- gona high school and received pet.B. A. in elementary'eduoa- ti6tt-at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. 'She taught fourth grade last year at Eagle Grove. ' ' , The ^degtoom is a of loW Slate feathers Cpllege With a tSacMelors degree hi speedh arid drama. - : . , ' ' ; • Aftef fe-- two-week honeymoon at a lake resort the couple will live at Holstein where Mr. Rule will teach junior' high spefech and high schdol drams' next fall and the bride, thtfd' grade, > ' Mrs. Oitwud Of Whitteniort New ; "Officers w^e^iect^d ,fof 'tefms 'atlthfe ;St ( :- Ann w^ ( H o s p H ct 1 AujdliaW '' Itincheon June 6.< Mrs, RolanS Ostwajd, .Whittemore,' was Webted' president; Mrs. L. E.-Linrkfl, 1st vice- president; 'Mrs, Harold XErkksoh, £/l.GO&UWlllf f J.»AifcM ***** V>M < «™--— , 2nd vice-president; &nd- Mrs. , korh, Mrl. $.iH' Jfohsbruch, Mrs. Clem MqEv&y'&hdf'Mrk Clara Zendefl The nojttirtatinfc committee ,#111 beltefc C.'J. McEvoy, Mrs.,m,Hj IfoifrbrttHl, MA Craig and Mrs. * Bridge prizes* Were received by Mrs/ Chester . Schoby, Mrs. John Kohlhadi Mrs, .William T. Becker, and ' 600 prizes by Mrs. Louella fissef afld Mrs. C. H. Bronson. .Mrs. William Watkins received the, door prize. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the tippet Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. PRICES FOR JUNE IS-Wll OUAOTITY MOHTB WHflSRVBD ?„. — > __-**^ a^^^fcl flMVB MftUfc* WNQ KORN STAMPS BROIL A JUICY STEAK FOR-DAD — AH National Mtaili Guaranteed >• ICOftN FED. ' T-BONE STEAKS SUCCULENT BROILERS SIRLOIN STEAKS FREE; Can'i B«at Thai National Wecrf • 125 . .WITH THIS COUPON.WHEN YOU • , BUY A tS-OZ. PKG. OF RANCH HAND , ! B^EF STEAKS or VEAL STEAKS • l' ' AT YOUR'NATfONAL FOOD STORE { I , COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 17, 1961 ( T " "TENDER CORN FED FRONT '* Beef Quarers J?7° . * '; "."• ;:•-. r \ This Is 4he same fender corn fed beef that we $ut ; for the t ' juicy steaks and roasts soldi in our maritet. lt's ( National'i' fchoide guaranteed' beef. . '- *" 1 " l ' . • CUT and WRAPPED FREE — Come In 1 to Our - • .-.-.-. - - you Want 'Dad a 2nd Cooler and Pick Out the Quarter Y BONELESS MINUTE STEAKS TOP QUALITY Ic CORN FED ROUND STEAKS CUT THICK OR THIN BONELESS CUBE STEAKS WQNDERFUl FLAVOR TOPPY- fwrri * '• • •>. j_..~ '•j^f^'f,'^t • . Skinless Franks Sliced Ba^i .-•>^ orn HILLSIDE, HICKORY I-LB.I 53* 59' ._...•. Dad a CARTON-OF HlSJFAVORiTE I CIGARETTES bR'4'BOX'OF ^S^mm^ Ba Sure Dad Hai a Cool, Sparkling Drink, Too Natco BEVERAGES 24-Ot. No Depoiit BoHltl CHOICE ' OF 12 FLAVORS Royal Gelatin «P NuWay SPORT SHIRT FOR DAD , A»t. Colors and Machino Wathabb Fruit Cocktail J.B.C. CHOCOLATE OR VANILLA SANDWICH ^ ._,.., ,. . , ^ MI$TY VALE FROZEN RED Strawberries or Raspberries Both Are Wonderful on Ice Cream or Anget Food CoU I I WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY 4-oz. Natco Black Pepper At Your NATIONAL FOOD STORE / COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 17, 1961 Scotties • * *e*. SNEEZEPROOF WON'T SHRED GOOCH'S QUICK COOK MACARONI 2 1-LB. ^QC PKGS. •fj NATCO PLAIN PR IODIZED 26-ot Box ..< 2 for PAWPAW Grape Drink 44.*. ORCHARD FRESH Oraiige Drink JUS-MADE, Tropical Orang* . fN • L_ Orange-Grape, UrinKS Grapefruit, |/j 6al With 5c NEWSPAPER COUPON Large Tide N.» ... 7cDEAL 23 C 29' 29' COCK-0-THE WALK, ChoTe. Y. C. M Sliced Peaches 4 4 NO. ^ MYCO MANDARIN Oranges CYPRESS GARDEN Grapefruit NATCO OL' FASHUN PICKLES PINT JAR NATCO — M-OZ. BOTTLES _ Tomato Catsup GARDEN FRESH, FROZEN %|$SF C , ooz . $1 ^enchMes.:!Z,..0^*l STAR KIST 28 ' E fftb . n*tmmKit*tj AA* ©iant OxydpI rJ:— 69 3 ifc'»i *1 _ c^» » • 39' 31 GARDEN FRESH, CUT ©R6EN <* ' J Asparagus ............... 4 CANS NO. 300 CANS $1 * I Cut Corn FROZEN Aiigel food' CAKE MIX JUMBO ' Scot Tpwels , _ SUPREME Glub Crackers (it* JOLLY TIME |> Popcorn -SBaK_2 ft « Schilling's Famous Spices CELERY SALT, GARLIC SALT or ONION SALT ......Your CMe* Minced Onion Sfc"..... 33c Pepper 4«. 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