The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Thuftday, Jun» 20, 1M7 Alfefta (la.) Upper Del Meffttt-S Virginia Fristedi Bride Virginia Alice Fristedt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold F. Fristedt of Algona, and Dr. James Herbert McLeran, son of Mr and Mrs Louis D. McLeran of Audubon, were married in the Algonn Congregational Church with the Rt-v. G. G. Hallauer officiating. Two hundred guests attended the wedding reception at the Johnson House here following the ceremony. Dr. McLeran is a graduate of aimpson college. He Was graduated from the college of dentistry at the University of Iowa tins June. He will enter service in the Navy at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif., in July. The bride will be graduated in August from the University of Iowa college of nursing. After her graduation, Mrs McLeran will live with her parents for a short time before joining her husband in California, M and D Club Mel The Four Corners Mother., and Daughters club met June 13 with Mrs Duane Arend, who was assisted by Mrs Vern Walker r.nd Mrs Merlin Walker. Twenty- four members and seventeen guests were present. Guests were introduced and secret sis- ter.s revealed. The program consisted of piano numbers by Mary Walker, accordion numbers by Marilyn Johannesen, song by Marilyn Simpson, reading by Ruth Harlan and Bernard Shaw. Irene Bjustrom gave a resume of the forty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker, and Helen Simpson gave a reading. Corsages were given to the. oldest grandmother, Mrs A. R. duikshank, the youngest grandmother, Mrs John Simpson, and the youngest mother, Mrs Ralph Steinman. Mrs Walker was also presented with a corsage, Card Pariy Mrs John Mahoney gave a card party Sunday evening, June 9, in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs Dora Ferrigan of Chicago. Guests were Mary Bieser, Mrs Eva Deim, Mrs Mary Nelson, Ada Schick Minnie Schick and Chris Wtrnert Prizes were given and lunc served., Personal Shower Mrs Arthur Glaser and Mr. Henry Geilenfeld gave a persona shower Friday evening for Jer Kay Voigt, who was married Sun day in Trinity Lutheran church to Walter Licht. In attendant were Mrs Perry Byam, Mrs Hugh Carroll, Mrs Webster Gillespie, Mrs Carl Morck Sr. Mrs Howard Stephenson, Mr.^ Ewold Voigt, Mrs Rosella Wolter and Alma Wolter. Reunion Held A Thompson-Merriam families reunion was held Sunday, June 16, at the home of Mr and Mr? Earl Thompson near Corwith. C. D. A. Installs The Catholic Daughters of America met Thursday evening June 13, for the installation o. officers. In the absence of Mrs Frank Bormann, district deputy Mrs Nellie Van Allen, resident district deputy, was the installing officer. The officer installed foi the coming year were: Granc Regent, Mrs Wm. Barry Sr.: Vice Grand Regent, Mrs Helen Mikes Prophetess, Ester Hilbert, Lecturer, Phyllis Elbert; Finnncia Secretary, Dorothy Woodcock Treasurer, Mrs Ed Wolfe, Historian, Mrs Virgil Roethler. Monitor, Mrs Marie King, Sentinel, Mrs Ed Friders, Musician, Josie McEvoy Trustee, Mrs Henry Holland and Mrs Ed Goecke. A highway shrine has been erected on St. Ann Hospital •grounds by the local court. A series of teas and coffees will be held to finance the erection of the shrine. A coffee will be held Friday, July 5, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. st Academy Hall. The committee in charge was Mrs R. N. Bickert, Mrs Tony Schmitt, Mrs Anna Wagner, Mrs John Eller, Mrs Carl Pearson, Mrs Merle Moore, Mrs Charles Hanson, Mrs John Kohlhaas, Mrs Charles Hamilton, Mrs Leo ThiK ges, Mi's John Weydert, and Mrs Frank Youngwirth. Donna Martin, Swea, Weds Ray Patterson , Swea & Eagle — Donna Patricia, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Martin, Swea City, and Raj Larson, son of Mr and Mrs Sari Larson, Armstrong, were marriec Sunday, June 16 at the R.L.D.S church at Lamoni. Both Pat and Ray graduated from Gracelanc Junior College at Lamoni June 2 They plan to live in Sioux Cit> were Roy will complete his education at Morningside College At Girls State Sharon, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. E. Patterson, attended the twelfth annual Hawkeye Girls State held at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls last week. Girls State is a project of the American Legion Auxiliary Ruth Ann Pehrson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Pehrson, finished her freshman year of Home Economics at Iowa State College, Ames, Friday. She will be employed at a Girl's Camp for the summer. Mrs O. L. Thoreson, who has been very ill at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, the past two weeks, has shown' signs of improvement. A Potluck dinner was held at the Maynard Jensen home Sunday. Present were Mr and Mrs Joe Preston, their children and in-laws, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, Mr and Mrs Roger Linde and sons, Mr and Mrs John Kelly and daughters, Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and two children, Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and Larinda Sue, Theresa, Frankie and Mathew Boever. The occasion was to honor six birthdays. Mr and Mrs Roy Pehrson received word Saturday that Mr Pehrson's sister, Mrs Edwin llovey, Keiiosha, Wis. was very ill having undergone surgery for gall stones. Mrs Mary P e h r s o n, Los Angeles, Cal., who is visiting relatives in Swea City, spent Tuesday at the home of her brother-in-law and his wife, Mr and Mrs Roy Pehrson. Bill Tokhoim recently received his army discharge at Fort Sheridan, III. He had spent nine months near Viiviua, Italy. He is spending a short visit here at parental Mr mid Mrs A. M. Tok- iu'iiu. He will leave Tuesday for Anu'.s lo attend summer school. Susan Halvorsun and he,r aunt, IHiris llrifigs, left recently I'm Los Anjjelcs, Calif, where Susan will remain at the home nf hor purt-'Mls, Mr and Mrs Harold llnlvi'i'sun, wlui loft here some mouths uj;o, Susan remained to finish school. Pick Ki»i>ry and Kay Carmen of Wlioatuii. HI. returned SuiuUi.Y alter n week's stay here. Duly ;it puu'nlal, Mr and Mrs Koiuu'lh rauovy, uml Kay at the hoim- of I »r. niu1 Mrs R. E, Weber | ami Umuly, St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Mr and Mrs Joe Erdman, ,. spent the week at the and Froehlich homes and at the Matt Erdmans at Wesley. Mr and ~Mrs Dan Froehlich spent the weekend of June 8 at Castana with their daughter, son- in-law and family, the Jim O'Haras. Aggie Roscnmeyer won high in 500 at the Philip Arndorfer home June 13. Regina Froehlich won high the previous week at the home of Annie Eischen. Frances Stevenson and her granddaughter, Suzanne, Chicago, arrived the morning of June 13. They will be in this vicinity a couple of weeks. Frances is a sister of Mrs Al Rosenmeyer and August Husehka. The last meeting of the Town and Country Club was held June 11 at Mrs Don McCarthy's. Jus; a few of the ladies were able to guess their past year's secret sister. New names were drawn for the year. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe had birthday dinner with their grandson, Bob Arndorfer. Mrs Leo McEnroe was a caller" in the evening. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer spent the afternoon June 8 at Bancroft with Nick's sister, Sister Marcelline. Mr and Mrs Leroy Grandjenett returned Friday evening from a two week honeymoon which took them to Chicago, Niagara Falls, Canada and Creston. The Philip Arndorfer .family had Father's Day dinner at the M. H. McEnroe home. Portland Twp. Mrs Lawrence Govern attended a family reunion in $e$ Moines a veck ago Thursday; Mr and Mrs Ii>\y Fitch and Mr and Mrs Howard Clark, Marlys and Bonnie of GranMineadow. Minn, were Sunday guests at the George Johnson home. Mr and Mrs L. R. Daniels of Burt and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and Gary were Sunday guests at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mrs Bernard Phelps and Merle attended a wedding anniversary Sunday of Mrs Phelps' sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Frank Walton at Plover. Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger were guests at a birthday dinner : n the Herman Riggert home in Whittemore in honor of Mrs Ri.ygert. Mrs Milton Farrow, Mr and Mrs Mike Muldodn and John, Mr md Mrs Milton Clemmons and family and Mrs Bud Harris visited Vincent Govern and Mr and Mrs Laurence Govern Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling of Irvington were Sunday evening callers at tin- Roy Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka and Mr and Mrs William ilauptley of Woden were Sunday guests at the Verle Nelson home. If we didn't love things so 'CONSUMERS 'CONSUMERS I By Popular Demand! Another Shipment of CONSUMERS POUND Armour's Fresh Clover-bloom NORTH STATE SLICED .Strawberries 5 Pkgs. For SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE « Ca n IQc FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 cF r 79c Just In From Texas! Full Truckload of rans GUARANTEED 'BLACK DIAMONDS' The Big Juicy Red Beauties That Rate Tops in Melons ! SELL-OUT Every Time! Fresh-Baked Coffee Cakes THRIFT-PAK Ice Cream Vi - GALLON Extra Large Size Rich T °P I, Frosting ANGEL-FOOP CAKES _ 39c WELCH'S DELICIOUS GRAPE Jelly For Salad ! Del Monte JAR Start CHEERIOS 5 Giant Boxes For «1.OO REGULAR BOTTLE LB. CAN Salmon 49$ 'TANG' Luncheon Meat! / . . 3 ARMOUR'S STAR Braunschweiger Chubs . . Each SWIFT'S PREMIUM QUARTER POUND PACKAGE ANOTHER LOT OF Extra Nice Quality Quarters WC CUT As Carefglly and Neatly As If It Was For Qur Own Use. WE WRAP Carefglly and Tightly $9 You Get NQ Freezer Byrn WE MARK Each Package So You Can Tell At a Glance What Is Inside Package. We Do This At NQ Ixtr« Charge SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD Cheese HERE ARE STILL MORE CONSUMER GOLD MEDAL WHITE FLOUR COMO BRAND TOILET TISSUE 16 rolls .1.1 HIGH QUALITY SHORTENING 2-Lb. Box TRIMMED TO A "V - THE CONSUMERS WAY - YOUR WAY Beef Roasts LEAN & MEATY CONSUMERS CRISCO . 3 pound can 89c GIANT SIZES OF TIDE OR CHEER ,.at We CALIFORNIA SHAFTER WHITE NEW POTATOES 10 Ib. bag CONSUMERS! CONSUMERS jgjP*W^Wl* MARKET ICONIUMEM I

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