The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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;i ••'.Bey^lyv,, Ann' Garlock, Clear Lake} daughtei-: of Mrs. Roy Vol, ding arid the late Roy Voiding, v • of i,, Crystal. Lake, became the '.bride of James William Tindall 'of Corwith, son of Mr. and Mrs. : James W. Tindall, also of' Cor- '\vith, on Friday, Sept. 1, 1961 at ^4:00 p.m. 1 , in the' Zion Lutheran . 'chuirch at : Clear Like. Rev. Rich-. •• ard,-;Ellingson officiated. ,, ' : i Robert; Kraft -p^ Renwick; sang' ;:Vrhe ^liord's; Prayer and Because, ''•acco'mpaiiied , by- Mrs. Elmer ;Glawe, of Corwith, on the organ. V Mrs. James Jennings of Clear : Lake, a friend of the bride, wah ' imatrori of honor. , , ' V Dale . yeoman, of Corwith, .friend Of the groom, f served" as •best man.:Ushers Tyere Oscar and ;. Duane'fTindall ;of;;COrwith/ broth- "ers of,;tlie groomv ;• .•'•'.. '•'.'• /"•'••' : :\ A reception was .held: in the Parish: Hall;: ofK the church. .Mrs. 'Charles Bender was hostess. Mrs. iDuane Tindall poured the cof- iee, Mrs.; Robert Shipnian, cut riand (served the wedding , cake. Mrs. Richard Hanna'and Mr. Lar- iy Scott were in charge of" tht '.•gifts- •;-. • • ••: ;,-•: ••--;-•:•': The bride is a graduate of the Crystal, Lake .high school.. ;, ? The groom is a graduate from the Corwith high, school^ and spent 4 years in the Air Force 'during World War II , and is presently engaged in fanning. After a two week honeymoon to Niagara Falls and points east, they are 'making their home in Corwith. (Cut Courtesy Corwith Herald) . • ••••.;••:,. TURTLE A turtle at least 23 years old was found recently by Henry Rchwaller on: his farm, near Odebolt, He found the name C. Thevenot. Odebolt, Iowa, 4-11-38 carved in the hard shell of the reptile. Thevenot recalled the incident and said he found it while tramping along the banks of a creek at Odebolt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper took Gary to Des Moines Sunday and from there he went on to Kansas City to aeronautics school. Stork Is Busy A(|||ey;5 "' Babiesirrive • ,', '.- ':--'- •••>i**'j»., . ' ; . i • ••-:.-, '<-,'*' .-.'. Wesley — A boy was born Thurs- dayj; Sept. 14, to, Mr and Mrs Clarence Beenken in the Britt 1 hospital. They now have two sons and a daughter. Mother and James Allen \vere-brought home Mqnd.ay. Duane Edward was b'orh to Mr and. Mrs -Mike :Vitzthum in the Britt hospitar Wednesday, Sept. 13. They were brought home Saturday, Wayne was cared for by his grandparents, the George Rickes. r ' -Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton are parents Of a baby boy born in the Britt hopsital Saturday, Sept.. 16. They have one other child, Nancy, a kindergarten pupil, who was with her grandmother i Mrs Helen Johnson, . during her mother's hospitalization. The new one has been named James Allen. ' Mr and Mrs James Bleich are parents, of Jheinfirst child, a boy born Sunday," Sept. 17, at the Britt hospital. Mrs Mag Bleich and-Mr and Mrs Reese Martin are the infant's grandparents. The 7 pound, 7 ounce baby has been named John Russell. A boy was born to Mr and Mrs Raymond Bruns last week at the Britt hospital.. Also a'boy to Mr arid Mrs Harold Sankey, who now have-two sons and a daughter. Mrs Sanky is the former Joyce Hildman, daughter of the Tony Hildmans of Mason City, formerly of Wesley. Miss Bleich Engaged Margaret Ann Bleich, daughter of Mr' and Mrs Frank Bleich, will be married Oct. 28 to Vern S. Olson, son of Mr and Mrs Warren Olson of Rudd, in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. Miss Bleich is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Algona. Mr Olson is employed at Hamilton Hatchery in Wesley. The young couple will live here. POTATOES are cheaper! i. NEW CROP 10lbs.29c 25lbs.59c t J«»t irrivwlf Qwr flrit pftftw* «f the fflll . « « and th« priw« are lew, l«w, Isw! Cem« in thli weekend and 5AVSI B|8T in town! •Mf?: Johnv YiUflgWirth Md(:Mr atm Mrs-palVOf fettderf; • the - 50th -iriflWei ^entibn of WholeMe'gffip^ at Des «»h«itefe^s>fi»;y? m Sunday aftfeffibdfj.; Their wafe Mr and Mrs Leteny twi Wotfien ^r@ fli8teft.'i ;do«s yfoili; live a tuckt where both;ate employed;,m. . 'toother, Jhere with ' ' and/ toht dre brought fr'rM 'the Britt h$- »Wl» :bom(Sept. 13, , Paul livMyiof AJgbna js eratlrig "Carols "Beauty shop at the: :*ear of the barber shop for several' •Weeks, during the absence of the proprietor,, Mrs 'ififfl .'• Bleich, who '-Is getting acquainted With her new,; Son; John Russell, born .Sunday, Is Slated Here All boys 13?21 are advised that there will be< MI- ; organizational meeting iot the purpose, of establishing a , local DeMojay chapter Monday at &. p.Vn. at the Masonic; Temple. Parents are urged to attend this meeting with their sons. Several DeMoiay officials from the Superme Council will be In attendance and will discuss DeMoiay activities and purposes; Dick Chadwick, DeMoiay advisor , Sept, 21, .) U'ppw B« irom ; Port -Uadge, will be the featured speaker. DeMoiay is an organization fof young men ages 1421. There Is no Masonlb affiliation required fof admittance although it is sponsored by prudence Lodge. Bible Institute Now On Here With an attendance of 247, the Algona Circuit Bible Institute ran up the curtain Sept. 17, initiating an 8-week intensified Bible study program. Total enroUment exceeds 260. This is.the second,such:Institute held at Trinity LutherMl, Algona. Eight courses are being offered, which cover the areas of parent- hodd, teenage problems and joys, teaching in church scheiols, the stewardship Of life, learning how to get the most out the Bible; inter- pretatlon of Revelation, etc. IKVINCIBLE METAL ftJlfllMiTCrftE franc hi ted daalet — Upp«r Des Moiiies Pub, Co., Algona. USDA CHOICE •*—""V**-*--' BEEF lAREWAY'S U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROAST SAll I BEST BLADE POT POAQT* ROUND BONE ! CUTS rui-KUAbia ROASTS QUAKER OATS Box PORK CUTLETS « 49° Beef Stew S9 BONELESS CUBED WILSON & DECKERS BRAUNSCHWEIGER » 39 JUST 3 SIMPLE INGREDIENTS Mix 2 Ibs. ground beef, 2 envelopes Upton Onion Soijp Mlx,>J'tail'tan PET Evaporated Milk. Bake 1 hour at 350°. ' PFT Mil K re i niLi Tall cans UPTON 100% PURE LEAN CHILI STICKS EACH 39c EEF Ib. 43' REUNION Pork & Beans 30 rJ ZE CAN PUREX BLEACH S SUNSHINE GRAHAMS HL. 33' OCEAN SPRAY CRANBfRRIES2lT39 c TOWELS NORTHERN Roll 27 HERSHEY I CHOC. CHIPS P6kg0z 19 ( PET RITZ FROZEN PIES APPLE CHERRY • 39 NORTHERN TISSUE 4 Roil Pkgs. ii ** 3 ' >r *r mm 89 STARLAC INSTANT MILK 8 Qt. Pkg. 59 MINNESOTA WASHED RED POTATOES 25 Lb. Bag COMSTOCK PIE MIX CHERRY4 Nc ' ans2 IV! I J\ 89 LIBBY'S PUMPK 4 303 Size Cans 49 RITZ CRACKERS 12PK £- 31 BITTY CROCKER PIE CRUST HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 300 Size Cans II ROBB ROSS BUTTERMILK PANCAKE MIX 3 LB, PKG. ROYAL - ALL FLAVORS GELATIN 3 Pkgs. 23 < STALEY'S WAFFLE QT. JAR NESTLES QUIK 35' fen It l«rt Whtn At Fc?r»wey That Yew 6ft Th* Th* tawtMiJr PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 21ST TO SEPTEMBER 28TH STRIBUTION ECONOMICAL

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