The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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6-Algono (la.) Upper Pet MolnM Thursday, Jun* 23, 1961 THonka Girl Wed* Baby Baptized Brenda Kay,••daughter of Mr s and Mrs. Edward Reding, wa , baptized Sunday in St. Cecelia 1 ^ church, Mrs, Har6ld Frideres am" Roger Arndorfer were sponsors Dinner guests following baptisrr Were Mr. and Mrs, Harold Fri . dores and sons, Bode; Mr. am Mrs. JOe Arndorfer, Mrs. Veronica Roethler, Jo Ann Klemm Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndor fer, all of Algona; and Mauren Sheila, and Lynn Gould, Jacobson, Minn. The John Redings am' Sylvester, Arndorfers /are thf grandparents. Mrs. Veronica Roethler and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Am , dorfer are great-grandparents. Reunion Is • Held •A family reunion was-hele Monday evening' and supper was served at the extension, buildinr at the Kossuth ,} county fairgrounds at which in attendance were Mrs. Emma Boettcher anc 5 her children Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Boettcher, Conrad, Mont Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Boettcher Syracuse, N.-, ;.Y., Mrs. Leslie Hawes, Forga'n, .;Okla.. Mrs. Geo Corner:and'Mr." and-Mrs. Gerald Corner, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Geilenfeld and the respective families. In addition .were many other rela 1 lives, numbering* about sixty in allV Family Picnic ' ,A family picnic honoring Emil Stoffel on Fathers.Day was held Sunday .at ; the 1 Ambrose Call State park. • In attendance were Mr. and . Mrs.. Tony Stoffel. Emmetsburg, Mr.-and Mrs. Ray Besch, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Keith'Ballard; and the Charles Ulfers children, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long, Mr; and Mrs. Roy Stoffel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grandgenett and the 'respective families." : •'•' Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwel' attended the graduation June f of their grandson, William Galf DeKruif at Mason City. A re ception at which forty friends were present was given at the parental William De Kruif's following the commencement. He :left a few days afterward for si* months of .National 'Guard duty near Los Angeles, Birthday Host Mrs. Dallas Klein observed a birthday Sunday and had, as guests at dinner'her aunts, Mrs' H. J. Meyer, .Cleveland, Ohio Mrs. H.,'L. *Clum,' Emmetsburg- Dennis B'arnum, Cleveland, MJ and Mrs. Bob Kuhn and children Ankeny, the* parents, Mr. anr Mrs. Gordon Kuhn '-and Mrs. Le ota Halpin. 'Granddaughter Weds Mr.,and Mrs.- J.' T?. Smith ;attended the wedding. June 12 at Paullina of their granddaughtei Judy Knuth and William Skinner. ': , •-.•'• ; ( Retreat Planned ' : J ' A retreat for lay women of St Cecelia Catholic church will be held August 11, 12. and 13 ai Sioux City. Attend Reunion Mr.. and,Mrs.. Al J. Eischeid and Merlin attended an Eischeid famjly reunion at Carroll, Sunday. There were 180 in attendance. Recent visitors at the Eis cheid home were Mr. and Mrs Albert Hannasch, Arcadia; Mrs Mary Guderion, Phoenix; and . and Mrs. John Von Bank. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt anr son Kevin, Mrs. Jerry Garmar and John Thill, St. Benedict, attended the wedding June 17 at Cherokee of Eleanor Waters of Cherokee and Eugene Thill, Carroll. -V : Mrs. Selma Godfredson 'ana Mr. and Mrs. John Lundstrom. Santa Susanna, Cilif., are expected soon for a visit with Mr and Mrs. Lowell Samp. The Lundstroms will also, visit with relatives and friends in Minnesota. Mrs. Godfredson will spend the summere here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg had as guests Fathers Day Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. 'Edna Hagg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagg and Roslie, Dell Rapids, S. D.,- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, Mrs. Emma Hagg and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black, Louise and Jim, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude -White. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langmack, former residents, here now living TIT.ONKA — Darlene Fay Callies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl' F. Callies, Titonka, arid Dean Lust, son of Mr. anid Mrs. Leland Lust, Anchorage, Alaska, were married.'Sunday afternoon, June 11,. in the Titonka Methodislt church, with Rev. Max Goldman officiating at .the double ring ceremony. The bride is shown above' in her bridal gown. Matron of honor was Mrs. Raymond Burchett, maid of honor was Patricia Toland and brides matrons were Mrs. William. ArneS- bury and Mrs, James Engel. Best man was Gary Lust and groomsmen were Carroll Lust, Robert Baittles and Allen DaM. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school and 1961 graduate of Simpson College, Indaandla, where she was a member of Delta' DeWa Delta sorority. She will teach physical education and social studies in a junior high school at Anchorage where; the couple' will live. The bridegroom is a graduate of Newton high school and a 1960 graduate of Simpson where he was a member of Alpha Tau Ornega fraternity. He is an accountant employed by Northern Commercial Co., Anchorage. ' . ;• The newlyweds took a honeymoon trip through Canada via Alcan highway to Anchorage. (UDM Engraving) cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. graduation of their son Pete from Frank Rueb. They had been in Pratt Institute. Pete is spending New York City to attend the the summer in Japan with 'a . Wads Hansen Wa« >d!trnii««d ^Saturday from st, Arift hdSf>itai %here ,he has been since sUffer- jng a. heart attack fc few weeks jigo.'He will be confined to bed >4 lhree weeks. 'Visitor's have been Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose .Duriclf 'and son Nickie, Columbus, N. D. who made the trip by private ''plane. The Son Dirk Hansen has returned to his work at Orn'aha Neb. and the other 1 son Lynn it • home'for the summer. Cheryl, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, is spending the week at the Walther League camp at the Okcfeojis.' The family recently returned from a two week vacation at Bogalusa, La. with Mr. Rusk's father and two sisters. Mrs. Imelda Engeaser and Dan went to. Rochester, Minn. Sunday to see the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. William Dooley, who hat been hospitalized' the past' few weeks following Ian auto feed^dent in which she, her husband iflhd daughter Mary Were injured iThe family lives at West Bend Wis., and since Mrs. Dooley has been taken off the critical list she will be sent home Thursday itp enter the West Bend hospital. -.Funeral, services were .held Monday tit Bloomington, 111!, for Agnes Rice, 66, former resident here and sister of the late N. C. Rice and the late Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Graveside rites were held Tuesday at Grundy Center. Miss Rice had been in failing health for some time and had been in ^a Presbyterian nursing home in *Bloomington, later being hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Veveer, Chicago, a.-niece and husband attended both services and 'Mrs. Lucille Zerfass was at Grundy Center. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa have been at Waterloo to be with Mr. and Mrs. Rae Hutchison, both 01 whom have been hospitalized the past three weeks. Mr. Hutchison has had m'ajor surgery and Mrs. Hutchison hfcd surgery this week. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dor- ;weiler are also going there.this week. Mr. Hutchison is a brother 'of Mrs. Dorweiler. Mr. and Mrs. William Leek are •'parents of a daughter born June i 1,9. The baby weighed 5 Ibs., 10% 'ounces, and has been named j Sharon Kay. This is their first .child, i Grandparents are the Victor R'ochleaus -'and the Herman. j;Leecks| Mrs. Leek is the former i'Joanne Rochleau. ; In animal studies, diets and drugs which reduce thyroid activity also reduce resistance to tuberculosis, a team of Kansas City researchers reported. OUR SECOND ANNUAL ON EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNE 23rd & 24th •Vb- Nothing held back-all quality goods-but for two days only! NO STRINGS - NO RESTRICTIONS - NO LAYAWAYS THE MORE YOU BUY - THE MORI YOU SAVI11 Our first annual 10% off sale last year wq$ such a success that we are going to make it an annual affair. Everything is included. Sale merchandise too 11 Make 90c do a dollar** duty, Save during this two»day SYtnt , , , , but remember, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY, "WHERE QUALITY IS A TRADITION" THE CHRISCHILLES STORE Julia Nygaard Of Wesley Is Wed Saturday Wesidy ~- Julia Rachel Nygaard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard, became the bride of Robert Wayne Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers of Corwilh, Saturday afternoon, June 17, in' the First Methodist church 1 at 3 j o'clock. Rev. Robert Jones officiated at the double ring ceremony. The brides attendants ;were her sister, Mrs. Cecil Olawe, as matron of honor and Nancy Chambers and Marcia Hall as bridesmaids. Laurie Jo Chambers was flow er.girl. Best man at the wedding was Norman Chambers. Ushsrc were Christian Nygaard, Roger Flom, Luther Nygaqrd, and Kenneth Wagner. Todd Nygaard was ringbearer. After a short trip to the Ozar!f> the young couple, will make their home in Albert City, where the groom will teach vocational agriculture in the Albert City- Truesdale school. Hold Reunion A Weig family reunion was held Sunday at the Joe Weig home. Those who attended included the parents, Mr. and Mrs John Weig of V/esley; the Wall Drummer family of Williams,'Eo, Weig family of Hubbard; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Drummer and Joe Drummer of Marshalltown; Joe Drummers, Livermore; George Drummer, Algona; Mrs. Duane Drummer and children of Dows; Eugene and Carolyn Schuler, Charles Munson and Ray, John and Eugene Weig of Wesley. Mrs. Walt Drummer is spending this,week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Well as MM, Weig is ill. Mrs. Joe Drummei spent last week with her parents. A ,baby girl was bofri June 14 to 'Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tigges of Burl. She was baptized Sun« day in the Catholic church at Bancroft and named Diane Ma' rie. Her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mike Arndqrfer and her paternal grandfather, Fred Tigges, were sponsors. The new mother is the former. Mary Arndorfei and this is. their first child. A girl was born to • Mr; and Mrs. Tom Arndorfer June % 17 arto has been named Julie Ann. She has a one year old sister Jan Marie. The Mike Arndorfers are the paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flom were' Sunday guests of the Wallace Donovans at Spirit Lake. A baby girl was born June 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Becker. She was baptized Sunday, June IB', in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Joan Catherine. Mrs. Art Ch'izek and'Allen Vaske were sponsors. Beckers now have two , sons and foui daughters. Mrs. Justine Becker is the paternal grandmother. Mrs. Justine Becker is spending this week in Cresco with' her daughter, Mrs. Greg Augustine and family. '. TYPING PAPER — 98c a ream — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Federal Land Bank Officers Visit Algona Fifteen dJrecbft and officers 6f the Farm.' Credit- Bahk* of Omaha are visiting the Federal ' Land Bank 'Association .in S A1- goha. yesterday arid todays The group Mil be Oii'ia three- day chartered bus tour of Iowa which follows a business tweet* ing of the farm credit' directors Monday at Iowa State Univer-' sitjv Ames. Bach year the group 1 holds a „ summer meeting outside of Omaha on the campus at one of the land grant universities in the four states in the: district, Iowa 1 ,. Nebraska, South Dakota and Wy- . omihg. ' ' •• Following the stop at Algonia the men. will visit other farms, Federai 1/ahd :Bartk 'Associations, Production Credit Associations and farmer , cooperatives iri northern and w'estern":Iowa be* fore returning to' Omaha ThurS" day.' ' ... v ',•••.:, .v'. '.'.< ••V.'v • . ., ,i E. H. Hufchins, nia'nager of the Algoha FLBAj was s host for th$ group Wednesday; ,| NOTICE ALL ALGONA BARBER SHOPS WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JULY 3 AND JULY 4. PICK O' THE NEW CROP! FRES H . FINEST EATING CALIFORNIA • PEACHES - Doz. 29c PLUMS ...... Doz.2?c LETTUCE 2 Heods 29c QREEN ONIONS -.::: 5e PLENTY OF ICE COLD CALIFORNIA EXTRA LARGE _ . latmr UP ice IWLU CANTELOUPE 3 for $1 WATERMELONS .... 79c AND UP STRAWBERRIES CALIFORNIA OR HOME GROWN 49c Qf. THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS THOMPSON BLACK SEEDLESS RED CARDINAL GRAPES HOME OF ORANGES '-' ' . . '' V- - f. 3 Doz* 98c SNOBOY FROZEN LEMONADE 8 Cans 99c HILAND POTATO CHIPS ORANGE JUICE large Twin Pack Sack 49c 5 _ 6 Oz , Ca||S $1 flo SOMETHING NEW! MADE RIGHT HERE IN ALGONA. CINDY'S FRENCH DRESSING. EXCELLENT FOR GREENS, FRUITS, STEAKS, CHOPS AND FISH. GET THIS GOURMET'S DELIGHT TODAY! BORDEN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS USDA CHOICE BEEF ROASTS . Lb. 49c JUST HEAT & EAT BAR Q RIBLETS Lb. 49c FOR YOUR GRILL-WE NOW HAVi FRESH RIB £YE STEAKS LEAN MEATY SPARE RIBS ... Lb. 49c HORMEl'S SLICED BACON lb. 49c CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS CHICKENS OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4P.M.T04P.M. DON'T FORGET FREE DELIVERY

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