The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 2
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1-AlfOfW (to.) Upp* DM Mfttfttt Thursday, JvfM 13, 195? Sports Move In At Wesley Wesley—The summer activities in Wesley are in full swing. One of the 10 Saturday night band concerts has been held. The inclement weather prevented the one last Saturday night. The swimming pool opened Saturday and some youngsters bfaved the warm water, but cold air to take a plunge. Red Cross swimming lessons began under the supervision of Billy Loebig atid his assistants. The three young lads baseball teams are organized and games scheduled under the management and coaching of Dennis Carlson. Mr ahd Mrs Stan Johnson of Sritt and Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough were Friday evening guests in the Gayle Studer home. Will Clements left Sunday evening for his home in Iowa City, following a weekend in the R. C. Bauer home. Willis Erdman is employed in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman spent several days over the weekend fishing in northern Minnesota. Marie Ostercamp has signed a contract to teach grades 2 and 3 at Fort Dodge next year. ";Dqn Kraus went to Kiester, Minn. Sunday to join his dad, Charles Kraus, on a fishing trip t§; northern Minnesota for a •week. jlDn Sunday, June 9th Ole K. Klom .now 87 years old, marked the 74th anniversary of his arrival at Wesley. ...Mrs Gertrude Swanson and two daughters, Jo Ellen and Jan Marlene accompanied her par- ems, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Harle o<. Britt to Chicago Friday. "Anna and Ethel Flom enter- tfined a group of friends at a party Sunday evening, June 10, in'honor of their parents', Mr and Mrs Ole K. Flom, 49th wedding ajmiversary. »Davld Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson suffered a fractured right leg May 14 and vgill be required to wear a cast and walk on crutches for several Bible School Gives Program At Lakota Lakota — The Presbyterian Bible schnrj ended a two week period Friday with an all-church picnic at the Blue Earth Fairgrounds. Sunday at 10 a.m. the Bible school program was presented. The Mesdames W. D. Ley, Burdette Hoeppner, C. A. Gutknecht and Robert Beomer and Lena Gutknedit and Sharon Apka were the teachers. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse left Sunday for Lake Okoboji where they will be counsellors at senior high camp. Mr and Mrs C. C. Gerzema and Kent went to St. Paul Sunday. Mary Ellen Farrow, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow graduated from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. She will teach at Graettinger. Miss lona Sachs entered Hamilton business college a week ago. Donna Hippen will begin a business course Monday at Mankato. Both are 1957 graduates of Lakota high school. Mr anrf Mrs John W. Cook, Donovan and Carmen have re•turned from a two week motor trip to the East. Duane Christ, son of Mr and Mrs George Christ, has left for Alaska, where he will work throughout the summer for the U.S. Wildlife Service. College commencements the past week have interested several Lakota families. The graduation of William Beemer from Morningside was attended by his parents, Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer, Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer and Monica. Frankie Lewis and Gerald Bierstedt were graduated' from Luther College June 2. The A. C. Bierstedt family, Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis and Mrs Frank Lewis attended. Lafry Gerzema, who enlisted in the army about 3 months ago was graduated from Macalester college, St. Paul, Minn. He had finished his course at mid-term. LuVerne's 7907 Grads Celebrate Six of the original eight in the graduating class of 190? at LuVerne held a fiftieth anniversary dinner here at the Johnson House Sunday, June 2. The entire class is shown in the above photo, which was taken at graduation time fifty years ago. They are, left to right, front row, Fred Genrich, Lone Rock; Vefna Mason (Mrs George Thompson), Ledyard; Geneva Hanna, deceased; and Bill Blumer, Miami, Fla. Back row, Phil Lichty, LuVerne- Mate Hoff (Mrs Christoph), Waukesha, Wise.; Ward'Hanna (Supt.), deceased; Gertrude Hoff, deceased; and Cora Hoff (Mrs Ross), Humboldt. The evening was spent talking over school days with Mr Genrich serving as toastmaster for the event. Mrs Gennch and Mr Thompson were guestfc at the dinner. Portland News Velma Larsen came home last weekend after completing a year's teaching at Clear Lake Monday, June 10, she left for Mankato where she will attend summer school. Weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern were Mr and Mrs Frank J. Murphy and son, Danny, of Des Moines. Mrs D. Heimbach. was also a visitor. The Portland Boys 4-H Club met Thursday morning for their tour and ^ith their families enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Portland Community Hall. Mr and Mrs L. G. Huber were Tuesday callers at the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr and Mrs, Paul Dickman of Sheldon, Wis, were guests at the Paul Krueger home Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf visited Sunday at the Paul Krueger home. Last Sunday guests at the Lloyd Bartlett home were Mr ALL- Algona Law Offices CLOSED Saturday JUNE 14 AND 15 Attorneys Attending Annual Law Chautauqua At Lake Okoboji and Mrs Donald Glamm Jo Ann and David. Mr and Mrs Fred Christ and Mrs ; Lena Bauman of Lakota were also Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen, Betty and Dennis, were Sunday evening visitors at the Lloyd Bartlett home, Betty and Dennis remained for a vveek's visit with their grandparents. A Campney reunion and picnic dinner was held Sunday, June 9, at the Portland Community Hall. Those attending th« dinner included Mr and Mrs John Buscher and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney, Mr and Mrs Harold Campney and family and Mr and Mrs Fred Davis and family of Burt. Mrs Mamie Speicher of Titonka was a Sunday visitor in the Minnie Larsari home. Donald Graham had a heart attack Friday morning about 2 a.m. and is at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen, Janice and Paul were visitors at the Earl Zwiefels' Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bob Jandl and family and Mrs George Sengbusch and boys of Milaca, Minn, visited from Monday till Friday at the Tony Jandl home. There will be a Portland Community picnic at the W. E. Groves farm Sunday, June 23. TitonkanWeds Harcourt Girl tlfonka — Shirley Jean Smith, daughter of Mf and Mrs George D. Smith of Harcourt, and Richard M. Peterson, soft of Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson of Titonka, were married Sunday, June 2, at 7:30 p.ifh. in the Methodist church at Harcourt. Rev. Glen L. Squires officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, fcrofe a white nylon net and lace gown, with irrides- cent trim, floor length with a long train. Her veil was waist length, and of white nylon illusion and the crown was trimmed with irridescent trim also. She carried a bouquet of white Calla Lilies. Matron of hotiolv was her sister, Mrs Gene Peterson and her bridesmaids were Rosemary Urn- sted and Marjorie* Powell. Can- dlelighters were George Smith and James Koppen, ushers were Irvin Welp and Bentley Danielson, flower girl was Lois Jean Bentley and ring bearer was Roger Grethen. The best man was Gene Peterson and groomsmen were Merle and Larry Peterson. A reception was held at the Harcourt school house for approximately 200 relatives and friends. Norma Johnson of Fort Dodge was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Everett Danielson was dining room hostess. Mrs Lucille Koppen and Mrs Lela Bentley poured. The wedding cake was cut and served by aunts of the bride. The groom is a graduate of the Titonka high school and served two years in the army and at present is employed in Britt. After a short honeymoon to Omaha, Nebraska, they will make their home in Britt. Llvermore News Enfag»rntftt Aftnouncsd Mr and MrS Ernest Haack of LiVfefrfterft announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Geraldine, to Lloyd Jerry Smith, son of Mr and Mrs L. F. Smith of Des Moines, formerly of LuVerne. The wedding will take place June 30 in the Immanuel Lutheran church in Livermore at 7 p.m. Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church Wednesday aftef- neon with Mrs Guy Rafiey as hostess. Devotions were by Mrs Raney and the lesson was Jivfijn by Mrs August Paulson. David McLean of Lytton, a student pastor will serve this church for a month starting June 18. For the present he will stay at the home of Mrs Edith Johnson. Lutheran Ladies Aid held their regular meeting at the church last Thursday with Mrs Clarence Wells and Mrs Gerhardt Myers as hostesses. The Walther. League held their regular meeting at the Lutheran church last Thursday evening. Wl FREE Registration Doily At Our Oarage or Station Now Thru July 4th This Pony, Saddle, Bridle Will Be Given Away FREE To Some LUCKY PERSON At Our 2nd Annual 4th of July Celebration at Kossuth Fairgrounds SCHULTZ NEW & USED CARS Premium Gas for Less & Premiums, Too ! STRAWBERRIES, 30 Lb. Tins - Sugar Added .39 CHERRIES, Red Pitted 30 Lb. Tins - Sugar Added FOB PRICES for JUNE,, aUAMTITY RIGHTS RCStRVE* U. S. GRADED •-"QdOBMEEfc- RIB ; ROUND and, STEAKS \ SIRLOINS ARIZONA 4EW RED POTATOES The first spraying of the city of Algona to eliminate the mosquito and fly nuisance will be held some day this week. The date will depend on weather conditions, but the spray machine can be heard for some distance, Alg-onians are warned to get their cars off the street prior to the spraying, and also to have pets inside and windows closed when the machine passes by. The City of Algona will not be responsible for my damage that may be caused. The spray used is not poisonous or harmful to people. The city has a new spraying outfit which will eliminate some of the problems caused by the previous outfit used* Dr. C. C. Shierk, Mayor NEW CROP VALENCIA ORANGES Sweet and Juicy DOZEN 10 jtfl LBS. !P%0 T-BGNE and SHORT CUTS U. S. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF C CHUCK ROASTS BLADE CUTS LB LBS. SUNKIST JUICY Lemons DOZ. MORRELL PRIDE SLICED BACON, Lb. Home Rendered LARD, 2 Lbs. CARROTS 2W 25 CANTALOUPES - WATERMELONS^, PLUMS - CHERRIES - LIMES - GREEN BEANS ASPARAGUS - CELERY - LETTUCE TOMATOES - CUKES PiRCH FILLETS FRESH 100% PUR* GROUND BEEF, SUPERB Brand HEARTS of GRAPEFRUIT SWEET PICKLES*. 33' twnHr»»». 39 e p-e HIM BTRAWBBMT ACo PRESERVES»~ « DAZZLE DIVINITY POPULAR BRANDS Candy Bars 10 Chewing Gum 6 SUM-R-AID PRUNES CORN 'B«r 2 !*M AOI fUVttt MttMMM PEACHES APRICOTS Fruit COCKTAIL |W VHI-IMI-IHIAB-MRW •*<(BHB>fllJMBI*P'Wi B^ ELBOW MACARONI CHEESE AFPLE 33c •HI* .1 • BAIMN 27* CATSUP FANCY SANDWICH COOKIES BLUE RIBBON OLEOMARGARINE Ib. IUOAR-RIPE COQKKP WIT UU BOMB OQOUD re* CLUB COFFEE . 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