The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 8
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etft tfc I ,UHK«V oervjng reiresnments vfsi ' rpfcf .ttftttfta' £tf' and, Duate 'V«ttfcfy$fid DuaM Meftke. ' ' Following a Weeks trip ,. Denver, Celo., and surroundih territory, the coiiple will mak their home at Graettinger, wHert the briddgroom< is employed bj the Graettinger Freight Lines,' v The bride, a 1960 graduate 1 b St. John's was employed in th ^office atCWelp's Hatchery. Mr Tigges, a 1959 graduate of St "Johh'M,Vformerly" : was employed at Waterloo by the Valve Spring Compressor Co. (Isaacson Studio Miss Mary Jo Vaske, daughtc •of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske became the bride : of Eugen Tigges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Free Tigges, on Saturday, Sept. 9. The double ring ceremony was performed at St. John's Catholic church by Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. H Schultes 'who also celebrated the Nuptial High Maas. Ann Vogel, •organist accompanied the St. ;John's choir. Acolytes were Gene 'Ulses,, Richard Lensing, James Schrandt and Dick Simmons. Eileen Vaske was her sister's ,maid of honor, and Miss Kathy Faber of'Owatonna, Minn., was bridesmaid. • :The bridegroom's best man was his brother, Marvin Tigges. .Groomsman was the bride's brother, Bill Vaske of Lincoln, Nebr. Ushers were Kenny Farig man, Elma, and Bernard,Tigges Lone Rock, another brother o: the bridegroom. . > A wedding dinner for forty guests was served at noon at the Plantation, Whittemore, followed by a reception there from two until four o'clock for about 200 guests. ; Mrs.-Marvin Tigges,'Mrs. Bernard Tigges and Karon O'Don- lell opend the gifts. JpAhn Vas- ce, and Marjorie" Fangman were n charge of the guest book. Mrs. Ed Tigges and/Marine Meyer, Ernest Frieden Hospitalized After Crash Ernest Frieden, 23, of Fenton is at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for treatment of injuries suffered when his truck crashed into a ditch, near Humboldt at 5 a-m. Thursday. Extent of his injuries h'as not been determined as yet, but he did suffer a broken shoulder. • ' '•.',• The accident happened on Highway 169 about 2Vfe miles south of Humboldt. Frieden,] driving a gravel truck, was en route to Fort Dodge where he is. employed by. Welp and, Mc- ',"•""?«,' The truck went off the highway on the west shoulder for 160 feet, thejv went back across the road arid rolled -down a 20 foot incline. Frieden was thrown from the vehicle. , 12-Page Roto Section A 12-page tabloid rotogravure section comes with this issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines. While it carries no Civil War data, it does have good family features and pictures on farming in the 6p's, recipes and food hints, and a good article on farrowing the fall pig crop. Exclus- .vely each month in the Upper Des'. Moines. dent of Algona, « cic „ day 'in Mc'CU116ugh's' Chapel,' with: ft ev , ^j_ Boyd -of th#'-Congregational church officiating. Bttrial ftffldw- ed at the Irvingtpn ceme'tery. Mrs. Moore dfed Saturday at St. Ann hospital. „ (,.,".. i $ Born at Ryani.,«May, $ f . 1898 jhe was a daughter-of Andrew and Margaret Gilehrist, She,; tyas ater married to . Charles "W, Greene who died in 1942. 15 years after they < moved to-Al* gona. She was married to Fredick Moore in 1958* and hM been ivmg at We'sthope, N.- D/>Mrs. Moore was-a nurse-for mttfty ears and a- long-time member f the Rebekah Lodge. ... \ t« t( Mrs. Moore is survived 1 by Her usband, a son, Llpyd Greene, art Antonio, Tex., and a sister tfaude, Eckert, Lpstwpod> N. D. he was ^preceded m "death by two sisters and a brother, 18 New Girls Join Cadettes At High School p.m.,,M Classes" r . !? d 4 a 4H a fi (!ed are enou, fee will be;$S a ;Cti~ufseTftd course* Wlir eohstet of ten , i will /ojlow,.»tt}e ; ,,fi#3i 4 C^6s meet If 'anyone'Is 'Infefested In ithdP or f both && ) theseiq6'UJf$e8 l hey are fisketi to send'4ftTh"6tr •eservation not later than Friday, Se-m. UB/torSQtf;;* Harold * * ^ •' CIVIL WAR DAYS Madam! After Hie Baffle, feed your Warriors well!! BUtERMIlK PANCAKE MIX 3 Lb. Sack 36c HOME OF SNQBOY 21 FROZEN SHUIMP IN A BASKET!^ 69c fRESH PAPERS ZforfSc GARDEN UNREELED WHOLE APRICOTS 4 Large 2% £| A A Size Cans «pl*UU STANDBY PRESERVES • Strawberry • Red Raspberry • Blackberry > Apricot-Pineapple EACH BIG JUMBO 44 OZ. SIZE SOFT AS SILK CAKE FLOUR 31 GIANT 32 OZ. SIZE [Standby SALAD DRESSING Qt. 39 C NO. 1 RED POTATOES .11 Lbs. 29c ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^•^•HHUi SWIFT'S PREMIUM DEFATTED BORDEN'S ICE CREAM A REAL TREAT I YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS A complete membership- list 1 of the Cadettes, precision- • marching team at Algona high school, for the 1961-62 school year was announced this -week by Principal Elgin Alien; There are il new regular members and seven new alternates among the total of 32 girls. Trudy Bartholomew, sophompre, is manager of the group. ' , . ,;;. Returning for 'another. . year with the Cadettes are Barbara Brandow, Kathy Feaster, Wanda Grisham, Mary Misbach, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley and Brjs gitta Whittemore, seniors; Kay Agena, Anne Haase and Joan. Ward, juniors;' and Jodie Chally, Nancy Cole, Betty; Holt -and Sally Steele, sophomores! .'" New girls include Jan Olson and Carolyn PUrtt, seniors;:Barbara Boyd, junior; Marcia Angle, Joan .Post and Mary Ann Sigsbee, sophomores; and Trudy Alt, Jean Christiansen, Marilyn Deal, Gayle Phillips andi Diane Smith, freshmen. / . . i -.....' Alternates are Jane Cole and Judy Willrett, juniors; Gretchen Deim and Kendra. Seely, sophomores; and Jane Geilenfeld, lor- IW Walker and Ann W.ijsou' freshmen. : ,•'. ••(>'',-•'• ->i- The Cadettes, who have ibqen featured during the halftime in. termission at basketball games, here for several years, appeared on the program at the girls, stale basketball tournament in. Des Moines last-spring. >.? ^,, Expect Many At Open House Here L 23-24 LangfittSees Good Movie Year f Ray'Caggf'iti; manage^ of H the Algona ^rheotre, returned last weekend^ frpnx the,iannual,,meet- ng of the ^Jfintral,'fi6atfig Jlheatre Corp. heldjfit Clear kalf e. (Thirty ive cities and towns ..Were/represented, from two states. The. managers got a.pcevue of some ]sf Hh^'Aiajor' DQoJflngs for theatres during the fall and winter season*, There Js Bh imposing list of new pictures, 'tpof Mr. and "Mrs. Langfitt are to attend the. wedding of their son, Saturday, and will spend a few days fishing 4 afterward at Leech | Lake. It will be Jfay's first vacation in three' years.' a-n' -ese gene ^Wolf,, fiancroft» • $10, stel^ JPratt, Aj-gona,' $10, Rbben JW* 4\.0 MW.UO" c *6 fJlu** •vi ——-OO**"- 1 *«*»%.j 4T.iv/tj $Oi uonn -..'elfish, Foley, Minn., |10, Ber- flfard Qt&y,-< Hurtibbldt; $$, Kkh- "•d Streff, F6rt Dodge, $6, Helen •t KicWdson, Jefferson,'$8. . tf'&nes Hoffman, AlgonaT $l!>. Sateh EVans, Auburn, $17 S Ari|old Laurans, Mitchelvitfe, $16 •- J. aS L > */ Wedding 'isstted .TV.UUU15 juueuaea • were issued to <Dayld Erlcksfirf and Zulabel' Ankettbauekv Algona, an'd JaeWfe Rube, 'Sheffield, • and ^ sTudwi ykena 1 , AlgonaV by Cburity' Clerk Alftia Pearson? ,,ttied las Maflkati been & ! >Kefl J?AH mi WE A6SOtUttLY GUARANfES jjJC>;' PROFIT FOR OS I)' THfiSE BUSIED YAMkfBMAD ,T Assorted Odd Size Regularly Sold For $1.69 to $7.50 Sq. Yd. NFO President A Barnum man/ Melvin Oberhelman, was re-elected district president of the NFO at the sec- 6nd annual meeting of the sixth congressional "district 1 ' of. Iowa Sept. 9.,at Fort.-Dodge. Oberhel- m'an reported during thfe meeting that, all 15 .counties an the district are chartered in the organization. Respiiit|ohS and by- aws were discussed in preparation for the national convention in December. All other .district officers, were also re-elected. J.?' ',',•! ' I. . " Buy New-Bull ; ... Johh j&nd Eugene Henry,' Algona, recently ' purchased an Aberdeen-Angus bull from Addis Greimari and Sons, Garner. Joins Fraternity Gary, Angle, Algona, was pledged ' to Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at the completion of rushing at Iowa State, University, Ames, this week. He is aa» entering freshman at the s'chool and.-4-1961 Algona high graduate; Sept. HAMS LAMB WHOLE OR HALF CENTER CUT SLICES SHOULDER ROASTS SHOULDER CHOPS LB. 59c IB..ft LB. 39c LB. 49c BRITT RING BOLOGNA 49c LB. HOME RENDERED LARD I Lbs. 39c FRESH CUT UP FRYING CHICKENS LB. 33c OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY CIVIL WAR DAYS A free showing of Algona's first Gold Medallion Home, built by L & L Construction Co. 01 Algona, will be featured next weekend, Saturday land Sunday Sept. 23-24, at the house located on East North street. Conv plete details of the open house will be announced next week. ; Besides the construction firm, other local firms that had a hand in completing the project include Read's Furniture Ino Beecher Lane Appl., Sherwin- Williams, Carson's, Home Federal, Cowan Ready-Mix, Duncan Garden Center and Lindsay Soft THE SQUTH IS RISING AGAIN.. •;;.., BUT NOT OUR PRICES! It has been announced by L & L that all of the appliances in the home, from the heating unit to the mixer, are products of Westinghouse. Funeral Held At Whittemore For Baby Boy Whillemore - An Infant son; born prematurely to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kenyon in the Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Etni wH., wi Wednesday morning. An angel mass was held at 10 Thurs- st - Michaei>8 Mrs Kenyon entered the ho$r Pital Sunday afternoon to have her appendix removed that eve, nuig. The baby was born S next morning, The Kenyon's have seven other children | boys and two girls. 9 Kicked By Cow Wesley nwight Rasmussen 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs" Pat Rasmussen suffered a'broS ? n ,if W , and the loss <" several teeth when he was kicked by a cow at the farm home Wednesday evening, Sept. 6. eanes * Drive-In Closed The 1961 season of the Al. oiw Dnve-In Theatre cSne to a close with the NEW ZENITH T.V. (Last Years Models) , ON SALE FOR CIVIL WAR DAYS! WAS $369.95 NOW $275 WAS $269.95 NOW $225 WAS $249.95 NOW $230 Th«»e T.V/8 ar» not produc- ' tion or .tpeciaj modtli. They wei;e picked from Jh« regulw line for (heilr TRUE Value I Bt9 them fyr yourwlf •, . « You will not b« Mkt4 to buy I You Mil younelf as we fcijew ypu tpe. will w« a *ru« vajue. OLD CONSOLE- RADIOS Just A Few $1,00 A HUGE SELECTION OF RECORD BARGAINS *5 R.P-M, ,«,^_ T ,, lOc ALBUMS' JIIIZ-4l>00 Al*o ih» popular Disci, etc, i CIVIL* WAR DAYS JN ALGONA FRIDAY, SATURDAY ' } i ' J ' Color STONEWALL JACKSON CARLSON Latest FASHIONS SLEEPWEAR See The Newest Styles At ^ ' imp - ' CHRISCHILLES STORE •am. x i\ ••w^^ r- ,"\i / v*J W', C« You'll just love these new Sehrank Sleepwear creation* «« fhown here and in our show window*. They are touting a near riot among the yovnger wt because they are so n»w ( «p different, to reasonably priced. S, w the new GPIQR COORDINATES , . .cm enrirely novel id«a In sleepwear. See them all ;now r- p^ ready for fall Winter in Schrcwk THi OAIS FROM 80TH TH6 NORTH AND SOUTH WIU . i\

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