The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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» Embbie spent tast'Week hsffe ift'the hofftfe" of he* aunt and'Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred K&hihaad 'and fart* Erpeldings Get Mrs, Maggie Thllgea' and sons »A«.*i* $ftd M>.;afid Mrs..Edward Thil- iVlerlT geii and Mmiiy, had a picnic din- Petef firpelding 'and st>ns 6t ner at the Norfcert Thilges homeAlgona will receive the Poland ,itt Fenton Sunday, The Norbert China Certificate of 'Merit for Miilges -children had spent the qualifying five,.or more Produc- .past week 1 here with.their uncletion Registry litters this spring, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward according to word released today 1 tfhilges and fahiily. by the Poland China Record As- Mrs. E. J. Gales entertained sociation of Galesburg, Illinois, her 606 iclub Thursday with Mrs. Erpelding's qualified a total of Wed July 8 At M "Mary Capesius ar\d Mrs. Darrel i Baker*',ahd daughter, from Livermore as guests. Receiving prizes "were'Mrs, Alphotis'-Berte, Mrs. 'John B,fReding $nd Mrs. Peter ^Bormaiftn. ^.-Mafgaret Reldmiller ? entert|ifts l 'the club August 3. ; Mr. iartd'< v Mrs. Tbny Becker ,'were 'Visitors with Mrs. Becker's brother^ Mfrand Mrs.' George jBormantfattd family at Alta Vis>. %;' : • . ' John,,,-- Kennedy., Thul ( 8%» month'kOld .son,'of Mr. and Mrs VRichard Tftul./was brought home /MondaJ^" from'Mercy hospital in Fort Dftdge Where he had been •a medical- patient since Thursday. f[ ::<Mr. and'Mrs. Kenneth Lallier 23 litters for Production Registry this spring With an average of 9.6 alive pigs farrowed per litter. They had an average birth rate, of 2.84 pounds per pig. Plum Creek Elite.. . • Plum Creek Elite ~4->H' Club met June 10 at tHe Plum Creek Community Center., Demonstrations were given by .Harriet Benschoter and Audrey Gardner and talks by Joyce Gabrielson, Joan Ward and Ruth Benschoter. Jean .Mescher gay* a report. Achievement • day is planned for August 4. EYE , _. r Mrs. Bernard S s ullivan ' of and family from Humbotdt and .'Manchester 'recently suffered an' ;Mrs. and Mrs. Laurence Kirsch I eye injury in' a freak accident, -and family.:,,from Whittemore l She was folding clothes, when were 1 Sunday eevning visitors in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas. • the buckle on the Suspenders of a pair of overalls struck her in the :eye.j . :- ' 4 Mr. and Mr*.: Slchard Grort- bach and children joined hei sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pelt* ;ifid baby of Hiimbeldt to? a, pic- Jfiic Sunday at test Island Lake. I' Mr. and MfS; August Elber) 'entertained their children for u barbeque chickeh dinner Sun./ day. Present we're Mr. and Mrs fcrl Anliker family of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert tiavls family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Albert and Anna Marie of Cor- with, Mr. and Mrs. fid Elbert and Thursday, July Joey, Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert and Michael, LuVerhe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guy are the parents of an eight pound, 8 ounce ion born July 21 at Fori Dodgt Lutheran hospital. They now have two girls and two boys. Gratvdparehts are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy of Ronwick anc* Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marty of Hardy. . IF IT'S MEWS WE WANT IT i, Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Jerry KrJiohel whb were matried in St, Joseph's Cathodic church July 8 at 9:30 a.-tn.. Mrs Krischel is the former Catherine Hilberit, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank J. .Hilbert,. 'LuVerne. The bridegroom is the Son otMr and Mrs'Louis Krischel, Havejock. . -\ - • . . t Following fa wedding trip to Washington, D. C., .the couple is now at home on a farm near' Mallard. A complete wedding s'tOry appeared in lasit week's issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines. (Nels Isaacson Photo -r- UDM Engraving)" - • Lu Verne News V CONSULT DOUG DIEKMAN, JEWELER <• for Expert Watch Repairing and Same-Day Diamond Setting Service ... He'Hgladly Clean and Check Your Diamond Rings Free of Charge. • REGISTCDED JEWEIEB ALGONA. IOWA Mrs. Marie • Maass, Lavon, Belle and Bobby returned frorr a week's vacation trip Friday. They visited friends and The Dells in Wise., and stopped if Rockford,. 111., to call on friend? Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Satre and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Braynard and Colin of Pomeroy were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bray- ird and Mr. Van Hansen families Mr. and Mrs. H. ,J. Langbehn of Green Mountain 'were suppei guests Friday.with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and family. They brought Suzie Blake after spending- a itwo week. vacation with them. Rev. and Mrs. W.- F. Reddel and daughter Ann: of,; Dubuque were Thursday overnight "guests in the 1/awrence ~-Oberhelmen home. Rev. Reddel is a brother of Mrs. Oberhelmen and their parents were" the late Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Reddel, early residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Langbehn and. boys of Dysart were Tuesday overnight guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and family. They were. enroule home --from a "Black Hills vacation. "". Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Martin and Ronald of Jewell .called on Lu- Verhe ^'friends Saturday. Mr, Martin was former superindent i h ,. ,•- Mr-rowans of the LuVerne Community daughter, the Irvin McGowans. school, moving July 1 to serve in same capacity at Newell, : Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake Suzie and Robert joined friends; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preussner and family .of Mason City, for a picnic Sunday. David Morris of Waterloo wa? a weekend guest in the John BoCkes .'home. Mrs. Morris anc Kelley returned with him >aftei a two week 'visit with ,her parents. . ' ;' . - 1 ' Mr. and Mrs, Gerald .Ramut and Billy were weekend gues;s of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ramus and family at Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bateman and family of Mansfield, 111.; were Thursday' overnight guests of his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal. ' , . • . , Jerry Wolf Was at medical patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, the past week. • ' .•'Mr. and Mrs. Freci; Merkle were weekend-visitors SWithhes brother, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lehman and boys in Des Moines. Guests Sunday in the Albert Hefti home were their daughters Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Helm and girls of Thompson, Mr. ana Mrs. Ed Elbert and Joey. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christen sen of Humboldt were Sunday visitors . with Mr. 'and Mrs. their daughter. Jerry Wolf and son. Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Sanford were weekend business visitors in Marshalltown. Mrs^ Jessie Sanford went tc Clear Lake Sunday to visit hei w«.di •'"" ".' /-• Saddle Up and Head for the BEACH TOWEL • BEACH BALL • SUN TAN LOTION SUN GLASSES Packed In beauiifu/ BEACH BAG OFFER GOOD ON ALL ADMIRAL PORTABLE RADIOS 95 AND UP - - Algona's New Western-Styl? Pizza House — across the street --east of the courthouse square FRIDAY-JULY 28 _ OPEN U!00 AJVI, TIL 1:00 A,M, DAILY- EXCEPT OPEN AT 4:00 P.M. SUNDAY- SPK/Al PRICES ON OPENING DAY TOM'S Radio & TV ALGONA, IOWA SIOUX" TRUCKLOAD SALE on NOW! Right now, you can get a famous,-Stoox-Style "0" Grain Bin at a big cash savings. Better fltop in today and' let us show you why most people prefer -Stoox- Bins. This la the bin thnt Is weather- and rodent-tight, and precision-built for fast, efficient erection. It feature* a jumbo-aized, fully assembled double door... smooth floor ' ••' for easier cleaning and extra large bird-proof ventilator. To pbtain a facility loan which requires a 5% down payment inquire at the County ASC office. ROBINSON OOHSTRUCtION CO. HIWAY 18 -EAST CY 4-3374 — ALOONA CLEAN-UP SALE Never Have You Bought Shoes Of This Quality At These 435 NEW 4 GROUPS PRICES EFFECTIVE 9 A.M. THURSDAY, JULY 27 GROUP 1 MISSES & CHILDRENS FLATS & SANDALS • II PAIR These Are More Than Ridiculous Have To Be Here Early. You'll GROUP 2 WOMEN'S HEELS THAT REGULARLY RETAIL FROM $9.95 TO $14.95 PAIR Paradise — Jacqueline — Enna Jettick GROUP 3 WOMENS & MISSES FLATS & WEDGES REG. $6.95 TO $7.95 • II PAIR Connies - Buskens Hill Toppers - Paris Fashion _ GROUP 4 ENTIRE ST OCK — SUMMERETTES BY GOODRICH • II PAIR These are 1961 — Summer Canvas Slip - Ons, - Ties - IN SOME INSTANCES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. THE STORE WITH SHOES SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSE

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