The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1961
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CHOICE, WELL TRIMMED BEEF R Ib. c ALL MEAT SKINLESS Weiners 3 |19 U. S. CHOICE LAMB ~~ SHOUIDER STEAK Lb. SHOULDER ROAST Lb. NEW CROP -NO. 1 -JONATHON APPLES 4 Lb. Bag 59 LAST CALL - BIG RIPE Watermelons 59 LARGE CELLO BAGS DOLE'S 46 OZ. TINS Pineapple Juice 29 PUNCAN HINiS BUTTiRMILK PANCAKE MIX 3 ,* LOG CABIN SYRUP 24 OZ, BOTTLE ^P3r CARROTS 2 For 25° PRICES GOOO THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING 89 2ms. 25 1 ^^^^^ ^^^^r^_, _ _ -^WW^^^^ SUPER VALU ALGONA WHERE YOU SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Thursday, September 7, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 36 Miss Weisol Weds Patricia Ann, daughter of Mr* and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel, Algon'a, and Earl Jordon, son of Mrs. Evelyn Jot-don, Des Moines, wefe married Sept. 2 in St. John Lutheran chapefl, Des Moines, at one o'clock. They were attended by Rebecca Wetzel and Stanley Jordon. A wedding dinner was held at Wimpy's Steak House At which among , the guests were the bride's parents ,and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel and Mrs. Clara Ppmpe. The bridegroom is employed at the Buttertop bakery and the bride is employed in the offices of the Equitable Life insurance company. They will be at home at Des .Moines.r Birthday Surprise Myrtle Turnbaugh was given a'surprise 1 birthday party last Wednesday evening at her home. Arrangements were made by Mrs. Dorothy Rieken and Mrs,. Betty Gallbraith. Other guests were Mrs. Hattie Burlinigame, Mrs. Goldie Guderian, Mrs. Louis Lynkj Mrs. Elizabeth Post and' Mrs. J. P. Smith. The honic-ree was presented with gifts and refreshments were served. In further celebration of the anni* versar'y, Miss Turnbaugh was dinner guest the following evening of her nephew and wife,'Mf, and Mrs. Oletus Turnbaugh, Buffalo Center. Miss Ankenbauer Honored. Zulabel Ankenbauer was honored ait- a miscellaneous showef Aug. 22 in. the church-parlors ot the Immanuel Lutheran church at Ldtts Creek. Mrs. Ken Baker led the iprognam which consisted of accordion selections by Virgene Bierstedt, readings by Lucille Gaide and Mrs, Don Wolf. A number of games 'were also played and prizes 'given*' Hostesses were; Mesdanies Arthur Gadte, Alfred Erickson, ,Alfred- Bierstedt; -Fred Erdcksori, Don Wolf, Bill Anken» •baiier, Larry Dreyer, Duane Ljeb, Edwin Lieb, Noah Reisner, Vernon Reisrier, Andy Hermiansen, Gerald Pedersen and Ethel Erickson and Linda Erickson. Miss Ankenbauer will be, married to David Erickson at the Immanuel Lutheran church on Septembeil Farewell Party A farewell courtesy for Rev. Eldon Weaver and family was given Sunday night at the Reg? ular Baptist church, following the evening service. The Weav- • ers were presented a gift fnoni the congregation. Refreshments were served and the evening was spent socially. Mrs. Sarah Nell Sjtebbins was chairman of t,ha decorating committee. Rev, Weaver resigned fram the local church July 30 and delivered his last sermon Aug. 27. He will serve as pastor of a newly-organized^ Baptist church at Alltoona. D.A.R. To Meet Th D.A.R.S will meet Sept. ll at the Algona Hotel for a ono o'clock luncheon. Guest speaker will be Mrs. William Ehmcke, Cleghorn. She is working with the C.A.R. (Children of (the American Revolution) which is being organized with various chapters. I Mrs. Margery Jolley and daughter Judy, a C.A.R. member, will be on iprogram. At each meeting a brief talk is given on Civil Defense of which Mrs. Cecil Will has charge. Grandchild Baptised Mr, and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller were at Ames Sunday to attend the baptism of their granddaughr ter, Leanne Ray, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Cordeld Schilmoeller, Sponsors were Robert Kain, Whittemore, and Mrs. Ronald Thurman, Ames. Attend Dinner Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and Ann attended a farewell dinner at Eagle Grove Thursday given by Naomi Kenefick for her sister Thelma, who is leaving for St. Louis, Mo., to resume her teaching. Niece Married Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws and daughter Debbie attended the wedding Saturday evening at Spencer of Mrs. Laws Niece, Judy Perry and Lee Witt, Sioux City. Enters Valparaiso VALPARAISO, Ind. — Eugene Wittkopf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gel-hard Wittkopf, 210 West Nebraska, Algona, is one of an estimated 1000 new students who are expected to enroll at Valparaiso (Ind.) university this fall. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER•U fit**, colwi — Uppt? P«* •9cUWi*HM

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