The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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^^fHrWW^ (la.) Schultz-Moxley Nuptials Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. F. William Moxley who were married 1 June 11 in Immanuel Lutheran church, Schleswig. Mrs. Moxley is the former Regina Schultz; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. falter Schultz,.Schleswig. Bill is ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moxley, A'Lgona.. The couple are graduates of Drake University where the groom is, now in law school. Following their wedding trip they will be at home in Des Homes. (Nels Isaacson. Photo — UDM Engraving) Mrs. Erpelding New Regent Of CDA,Sf.Joe .St. Joe — ;,Mrs. Francis Erpel ding was 'installed as grand re gent of C.D.A. Wednesday even. . ing, June 14. Mrs. L. J. Nenv mers of Bancroft, district deputy was ,the installing officer assisted by Mrs.'Irvin Ulses of Burt Other officers Installed for the coming year were Mrs, Nicholas Weydert, vice regent; Mrs. Vernon Berte, prophetess: -Mrs. Ted Hilbert, 'lecturer; Mrs. E. J. Gales financial secretary; Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas, historian, Mrs. Leon ard Studer,' monitor; Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, sentinel; Mrs Peter Becker, musician. . Three new trustees were installed Mary Jane Origer and Margaret Reidmiller for 3-year term arid Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, 1-yeai term. Other trustess who will continue in office are, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Wmi Erpelding and Mrs. George Wagner. $500 is to be used for parish needs, with Mrs. Erpelding grand regent, and Mrs. Albert Thilges to assist the buying committee Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Wm. Erpelding to consult with Rev. -Leo C. Schumacher. A social hour followed the ceremonies and meeting with Mrs. Wm. Erpelding and Mrs Maurice Reding receiving prizes in 500. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner received plate prize. Committee in charge of refreshments and social hour were Mrs. Wm. Bormann, Alma Illg. Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. John Origer, Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs. Norbert Friders. The annual K. C. and C.D.A family picnic is to be held Sunday, July 16, on parish grounds. St. Joseph's Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding and family entertained in their home Sunday in observance of Fathers Day and their 10th wedding anniversary, which was June 20. Attending the dinner and supper were Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- noh Berte, Marilyn and Margie, Mr. and Mrs. Delano Grimm, Mr and Mrs. Harold Becker, Janet and Darlerie and Alona Kinne Mr. and Mrs. Reding were presented a gift in remembrance of the occasion. Mrs. Alphons Berte has returned home from St. Ann hospital in Algona where she had been a surgical patient. Linda Reding is spending this week with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and family at Wesley. Sgt. and Mrs. Martin H. Thil- while their mother is on. vacation with the other Erpeldinp children remaining at home with their father. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church on Sunday for Catherine Hilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, of here and Jerry Krischel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krischel, Havelock. Catherine will be married in St. Joseph's church July 8. C.D.A.'. officers will have a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. E, J. Gales to make plans for the new program schedule fo t r the coming year. Mr.' and Mrs. John Thul visited with Mrs. Thul's sister, Sister M. Amalia at Mt. St. Francis convent in Dubuque, planning to re-, turn Wednesday,, accompanied by four sisters who 'are planning to spend the summer at St. Joseph's convent. . Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann and family entertained in their home Fathers Day with the following dinner and supper guests: Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bormann. Lisa and Dean all from Alta Vista, Mrs. Genevieve Weydert, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hilbert and family from' Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mr. and Mrs, Don Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Faber and family. Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and family, all from here, Mrs. Elmer Beck and family from Tempe, Ariz., and Pat and Mike darken from Lakota. Mrs. Maggie Zeller from here and her brother, George Zellei from Watertown, S. D., accompanied Rev. Francis Illg and Pea.rl Namer 'from Ogden on s 3-week trip through western states. ges and family Colo, are visiting from Aurora relatives and friends" and a family gathering was held here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thilges Sunday. Sgt. Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, Sr. of Algona formerly of here, has been in the service 19 years and is stationed at Fitzsimons hospital, Denver. Mrs. Alvin Erpelding left Tuesday for a 2-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schneberger and other relatives and friends at Cyril, Okla. Susan and Valdon Erpelding are with Mrs. Adeline Wagner and family $39,871 Sought For Injuries In Area Mishap A damage suit, in which the plainltiff, Joseph M. Fox, Bancroft, is asking $39,871 from Wiila Ruth Baldwin and the Burns Chevrolet Co. of Lake Park, de- end'ante, was filed in district cpurt here last week. Fox, according >to ithe damage petition, was employed as a mem- >er of a road construction, crew in highway 169 a half-mile east f Ledyard corner when an auto, driven by Willa Baldwin and iwned by the auto company, al- egedly struck him and caused in* uries. The plaintiff seeks $30,000 for uture damages, $8,000 for Boss of earnings and $1871.02 for hospital and medical bills. In other district court action, a Havelock man, Darwin Shimon, entered a guilty plea to an OMVI charge, second offense, and was fined $500 and costs by Judge G. W. Stillmian alt Humboldt. He was arrested here by local officers. Two divorce petitions were also filed here. In one, Dorothy Kubli, plainltiff, charges Guy Kubdi, defendant, Bancroft, with cruel and inhuman treatment and excessive drinking. The Kublis were married Nov. 8, 1937 and there are three minor children. Tre plaintiff asks custody of Ithe children. Wilma M. Dehnert, plaintiff, is seeking a divorce from Edward H. Dehnent, defendant, LuVerne, also charging cruel and inhuman treatment. They were married Oct. 9, 1960 and ithe plaintiff tesks restoration of her former name. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 9)1 »U»s, talon — Upper Pe* Moinon Pub, Co., Algona. 'WITH A $TOREWIDEiSAVINGS i FOR,YOUR_WHOLE FAMILY! DEL MONTE DEL MONTE WHOLE ' ' . _ i G Mfe KH no nn H B F~ BT"" &gy| 'K r p N 11 Im Wat II 303 SIZE CAN DEL MONTE STEWED TOMATOES 303 SIZE CANS DEL MONTE CATSUP 14 Oz. Bottles DEL MONTE SPINACH 3 303 SIZE CANS 5 DEL MONTE PEAS S 3 !ZE CANS DEL MONTE FRUIT DRINK PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ. CANS GOLDEN RIPE ANANAS IB. 4 DEL MONTE TUNA Oz. CANS 5 DEL MONTE CORN 303 GENERAL MILLS WHEATIES 12Oz. BOX GENERAL MILLS 25 CHEERIO S 10!/ 2 Oz. BOX 25 GOLD MEDAL FLAVORKIST COOKIES 4 —29c VARIETIES 25 RED DOT POTATO CHIPS Lg. Box COFFEE 2 Lb. CAN DIAL SOAP 2 BATH SIZE WILSON'S FULLY COOKED SMOKED JIF WHOLE HALF OR CUT UP PEANUT BUTTER 12 Oz. JAR FRESH LEAN Lb. 100% PURE GROUND BEEF STRONG HEART DOG FOOD Lb. CAN MULBERRY SLICED BACON 9 MA BROWN PRESERVES STRAWBERRY 2Lb. JAR MAZOLA Lb, OIL QT. Bottle 69 HOMEMADE POTATO SALAD I FRESH BULK COTTAGE CHEESE Lb. I9c COASTAL LEMONADE 6Oz. CAN 10 - POLICY - You Can Bo Sure When You Shop At Farewoy That You Get The Savings Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Farevyay. PRICES EFFECTIVE J UNE 22ND THRU JUNE 28TH ^ INCORDOR AT E D s 'ECONOMICAL, FOOD JDISTRIBUTION A i

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