The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 6
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I, Injuries Hamper Bears Injuries — injuries — and more injuries. Thai's Ihe slory of Garrigan high school's 1961 football squad so far. And Coach Beanie Cooppr is'frantic ally attempting ito shift players from one spot to another in time to get ready for the season's opener here Sept. 16 when Waseca Sacred Heart moves On to itne Garrigan gridiron. 'S|nce Aug. 24, Ihe .picture ait Garrigan has dimmed. On the injury list at the present .time are Bill Keed, -John Fandel and Jim NitchiaJs, backs, and tackle Paul Seller. It is not known for 5 certain just how much duty Reed or Fandel will see during the season. It is certain Reed won't get into action before the fourth game of the season, due to a. back injury and Fandel has re-injured an elbow Which has slowed him down. Seller is 1 expected .to be back soon and Nitchals will undoubtedly see action most-of the year. v ... In the above photo, Cooper is shown; as he continued his search for talent among his squad members m an effont to. bolster .the Bears' chances. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving. . boys are hustling '12 and thalV *prtri lot," said Coach Jim Hershberaer of school's Bulldogs i « the.lpeals wound up .another wfeek of ' the 6-Algong (|q.) Upper DBS Moines Thursday, September 7, 1961 Sandra Shumway Bride Of Daniel Howe Here Sandra Fay Shumway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gaylord B. Shumway, Algona, became the bride of Daniel Gething Walker Howe, son of Mrs. Maurice Howe of Washington, D. C. and the late Mr. Howe, in a ceremony in St. Thomas Episcopal ' church here Sept 3 at 4 p.m. Father Taylor of Fort Dodge officiated at the ceremony. John Gilmpre was acolyte and Mrs. Jame Brurter, organist. Mrs. Richard B. Hines of Wlash- ingiton, D. C., the bride's roommate at Radcliffe College, was matron df honor. John Howe served his brother, as best man and/Richard B. Hines seated the guests. The bride wore a blue sheath dress-and carried a single white rose. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Hostesses were Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mrs. John Kenefick, Mrs. M .G. Bourne, Mrs. Harold Fristedlt and Mrs. L. T; Mitchell. . The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and ~ 48-man.' squad. And Some 'of. th( are Paul Smith 11 . v""i.n, • . ~--~~, .Lulu it u.ut.i UALM. -inwi 'iiuiuiuiis — ana. mere arp nihpra AnA a inn. •*+.»* ElSn Wh ° 3re maki ^; a .^:^. Eluding .Chucik Streit, Lynn tSSS.^S^H^^^ ^J^^^^^^^C^KeUhChrigtieJs shown, left center, as " _ JWW ^^ • ' • • THIS SEASON'S FRESH PURE HONEY 1 LB. JAR 1 LB. JAR 3 IB. JAR 31c 59c $1.17 HOME OF, PEACHES $1.69 LUG BORDEN'S ICE CREAM A REAL TREAT! YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS THOMPSON SEEQLESS OR,' FLAME TOKAY ' ' ' , ' • i< GRAPES :.[ Lb^ College 'wMh .honors She is pre 9 ntly a student at S>t Anne's Col lege of Oxford University, Ox ford, England. • The bridegroom was gradual ed from Harvard Universitj with high honors and, is 'present ly a student at Magdalen Col lege of Oxford University He is \ second lieutenant in the Adjut ant General's Corps of the U.< S A. R. • After a few days honeymoon a Big Sandy Lake in northern Min nesota, the couple will leave for England, where after Sept. 23 they will be 'at home at 100 Banbury Road in Oxford. Speak I GARDEN PORK AND BEANS 3 No. 3()3; Cans 39c BOOTH FROZEN BREADED SHRIMP Mb. Pkg. 89c """^ BULK VINEGAR Gal. 59c BRING YOUR CONTAINER Reynolds Wrap Jr. roll lOc STANDBY SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 79c GIANT Green Peppers 2 for ISc NO. 1 RED POTATOES 10 IBS. 39c Nat'l F-Bureau Head To At Plantation Charles B. Shurnan, president of the American Farhi Bureau. Federation, has been secured as ' speaker for the Area Farm Bureau Banquet'to be held Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 27. at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore, Iowa.' r Also, appearing on, the pro gram will ; be 'the Foui- Nub bins Quartet from 'Spencer. Mrs. Clarence Brandt, Ti tonka, arid Wayrie Keith, Burt co-chairman of' the '1961 Kossuth County Farm Bureau Annual .Meeting, Jiave .announced hat -.tickets are' now on sale for the Kossuth County Annual Meeting at Titonka High School on October 3rd. Other members of the committee, to )lan the meeting are Mrs. H. Funeral Held i. . / ; , ' •..>:/, • I •, ,>-:• , AtTitonkaFor Lucy0ivens Mrs. L|Ucy Givens,, 75, who has lived for the^past several years with her son, Moms and family Titonka,/died! there/'Friday : Funeral services for Mrs. Giv- sns' were held Monday morning in the Titonka Methodist, church with Rev. Max Goldman officiating. Burial was at a cenieltery at Ailexamdria. Pallbearers . were Clarke Miller, John , .Welhousen, Russell Kronu'nga, Douglas Wildin, Ed Wolfe and Charles Beed. Blake. Funeral .Home of Titonka was in charge of arranigemenits. Bo'rn at Latimer Aug.. 5, 1886, she was a daughter .of Benjamin and Katherine A. Givens, and was married to Robert M. 'Givens at Hampton: Feb.' 15, 1911. Her msband preceded her in death n 1947 Sljie was also preceded in death by ah infartt eon> ; : The son, Morris, survives. CINDY'S SALAD DRESSING 35t STANDBY PURE CONCORD GRAPE JAM Giant 1 Lb. 4 Oz. Jar 49c ITALIAN PRUNES Ground Beef 3 >bs. $1.29 HOME MADE PURE Pork Sausage Lb. 33c LEAN - SHOULDER Pork Steak Lb. 39c U.S.D.A. CHOICE Beef Roasts Lb. 49c FRESH Ham Patties Lb. 59c OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY . . J . Mertz, Ottosen; and Laurel Peterson* Swea City. Highlights include a 4-H Club Beef supper; entertainment by "Red" Blanchard, well-known comedian from Mason City; and Dale Nelson, Administrative Director of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation as Guest Speaker. The tickets are on sale at 50c a person. Ex-Fenton Cancer Victim; Rites Septfr Fenton — Mrs. Kern Elrich, 49, •former Fenton • resident, died Monday of cancer at Jefferson following a lingering' illness. 'She had been in poor head'th for several years. , A .daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Fenton, she was born Aug. 5, 1912 alt Fenton. She was the former/Gladys Weisbrod and attended Fenton high school and later wais a beauty operator Infant Buried Bancroft — Burial was in St Johns cemetery for the infant son' of Mr. and Mrs, Darrell Neni"J e «- The baby was born Sunday at Holy Family hospital, ~ ' ville. Besides his parent survived by his grandparents, r ; o nd Mrs - Ro man Ricke and and Sylvster Nemmers FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination fil. mg-siorage cabinets in var- iely of sizes. Office Supply £eP»" Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. at Whittemore when her husband managed the creamery there. Besides her husband,' she is survived by an adopted son, Brian, and an adopted daughter, Judy; icr parents, Mr., and Mrs. L J. Weisbrod, Fenton; and a sisiter, Nettie (Mrs. Ernest Vaux), Davenport. A sister,. I Mrs; Alfred Meyers .preceded 'her in death three years ago. Funeral services were held at Jefferson Wednesday, Sept. 6, Wedding Licenses Five couples obtained' licenses to wed at the 'office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to the following: David Erickson and Zulabel Ankenbauer, Algona; Gary Frankl, Mason City, and Marlys Luthro, Moorland; Charles McNertney and Karen-Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Earl Eimore, Algona, and "Carol Studer, Wesley; and Leonard Heller, Emmetsburg, and Arlene Kramer, Algona. Lodge Meeting The Algona Rebekah Lodge will me,et at the. Izaak Walton hall all next Tuesday, :Sept. 12, at 6:30 p,m. for a pot luck supper. Please bring covered dish and own silver and table ser•vice. The first fall meeting will follow at 8 p.m. . Ben Meyer Of Algona Called To Area Church Ben Meyer, 26, Algona, has accepted a call' to serve afc pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, effective in June, 1962. tfeyer has served" the church as supply pastor this summer and expects to be ordained into (the ministry .early next summer. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer le|t s Lone Rock • recently for MbnticeUo Where they will'make 1 their home or the next nine months. He will 'attend; : ithe . University of >ubuque and she will teach"at Monticello. Mr. Meyer is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. JDick Meyer, Algona, and 1<as attended Bethel Seminary, it. Paul, for. Itwq years. He and .ife wife will return to Lone. Rock at the request 'of '.the' congregation: of the Presbyterian church. Algona Woman's Father Passes ''Mr. and Mrs. .A. D. Crawford and daughter, Giefrne, 'returned Friday from Exira after. attending • funeral services for Mrs. Crawford's father, Jacob Andersen. Mr. Andersen died Tuesday at Si. Anthony hospital, Carroll, from complications after falling and fracturing:a hip. Mrs. Crawford hals spenit the paslt several weeks alt her father's bedside. A few hours 'after, arriving home, Mr. Crawford received a cal fronvDes Moines to come immediately as his mother, 87, fell at .home find fractured her hip. Mr. 'Crawford returned Monday and reports his mother doing well. The daughter, Cleone, flew home from Denver to aittend her grandfather's funeral and returned Monday. REGISTKR TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Pe.s lyloinqs Puh. Co., Algona. September Special! Serving SMORGESBORD ivery SUNDAY All You Can Eat For $2.00 Special Children's rates HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 34-35-36 DON'T MISS THIS BREATHTAKING TRUCK SHOW! LORRAINE (IN PERSON) vill be showing a m $e& collectloa of LORRAINE'S latest Millinery at es » DATE WED., SEPT. 13 TIM! 1Q f.m. t* 5 p.m. SWEA SLACKS Shop where QUALITY is "tops" . . . the largest sportswear section in Northern Iowa . . .hundreds of slacks, skirts, sweaters, and blouses . . . shorts, TALLS, and regular lengths. BLOUSES

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