The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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6-Atgeno (la.) Upper OeS Moines Thursday, August 18, 1955 No: Wed At Hurt Deloi i? I.ennt Trunkhill. daughter of Mr and Mis M. .1. Trunk- hill of Burl: and David Westnti. -on of Mr and Mrs O. S. West on nl Kellnii:. were married Wednesday alH-rtii'on. Aug. 10. at 2 30 .''clock. in the Presbyterian i liurcn al Burl. Rev. Smidt of Burt officiated. Gemgia Angus sang, accompanied \>\ Ruth Hodgson of Burt at the piano. The bride, given in marriage by her lather, wore a wall/ length gown of white nylon net over satin and carried a bouquet of white mums. Her finger-tin veil fell from a crown of pearls. She was attended by her sister, N.irela, as bridesmaid. Paul Gregory of Kellogg, friend nl I he bridegroom, served as best, man. Ushers Were Richard Trunkhill and Jim Burnidge, Kh'in. 111. A reception was held in the church parlors, with Eilen Stewart. Burt in charge of the Tiu->t lioi.k. Ni.ncy and Margaret Wes- lun of Kellogg were in charge of the gifts. The wedding cake wa-; cut and ;orved by Mrs Frank Becker and Karen Lavrenz. Table waitresses wen? Beverly Diers, Dov, na Heaney. Delilah Jandl. Marilyn Sydness. sister of the bride, poured. The couple will leave Aug. 24 for Fairfield. Calif., whore he is stationed in the Air Force. Shower For Miss Gardner A bridal shower for Dona Gardner was held Saturday. Aug. 13. at the Methodist church. Tin- program consisted of a piano duet by Eli/.abeth and Barbara .lean Brcnver, two solos by Mrs L. .1. Reed .accompanied by Mrs Vaughn Risling. piano solo by Mrs Rising and ;l reading by Mrs Harvey Jergenson. Hostesses were M e s d a m e s Wayne Keith. Howard Seely, Walter Bleic.h. Melvin Reiken. John Wilson. Edna Cruikshank, Ed Kain. Clifton Bensehon.'!', Floyd Bode, Hollis Benschn'.CT, Cecil Long. Jobn Scuffham, Ronald Gardner, Gevirgt; H. Johnson. Wm. Fitzgerald. Ralph Strayer, Lesley Huff, Wm. Kuhn and Lola Scuffham. • Reception Planned Mr and Mrs Lance E. Riebhoff cordially invite ' all community friends to a reception for Mr Mit- suyasee Saito of Tokyo, Japan, and Mr and Mrs John L. Bliebhoff of Kingston, N. V.. Tuesda-y evening, Aug. 23, 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of tin- Methodist church. Pink & Blue Shower Mrs Leo Elmoi-c and Mrs Wilfred St John gave a "pink and blue" shower Saturday. Aug. <• for Mrs Verle Elmore at the home >'l her parents. Mr and Mrs L. W. Gillespie. Those in attendance were Mrs Charles. Klmoie. Mrs James Elmore. Mrs Mark Klmore. Mis William Kinsey. Mrs l.eroy Mis Gene lleimers. Mrs William Clegg, Mrs William Kuhn Jr.. Mrs Carrie St. John, Mrs Polly Hanson. Mrs L. W. Robinson, Jessie Smith. Elva Ewold, Mrs George Manus. Mrs Bertha Mansmith and Mrs Ray Me Vay of Burt. Those unable to be present were Mrs Walter Boekholt, Mrs Art Alexander. Mrs Tom Sampson. Elvinn Minard and Mrs Howard Gibson. Former Algonan Weds Jean Lucus. who taught thiid grade in the Bryant school from 1!)45 to 1949. was married Sunday, Aug. 14. at Fairmont, Minn., to John Thomas of The Dalles, Ore. The couple was married in a ceremony performed on the lawn at the farm home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Fred Lucus, near Fairmont. Mrs Art Odegaard of Algona was matron of honor and the bride's brother, James Lucus, was best man. Mr Odegaard also attended the wedding. Mrs Thomas is a teacher at The Dalles and Mr Thomas is an office manager for a furniture store fit The Dalles whort the couple will make their home. Quite A Surprise Mr and Mrs William Salisbury attended the Martin county fair fit Fairmont, Saturday find while- looking fit the livestock, with Mr Salisbury-'s ' brother, they were surprised to hear their names called over the loud speaker asking them to come to the main office. Arriving there they found waiting for them their son. Lt. Ralph W. Salisbury who'had arrived from Korea where he was attached to the Marine corps component, U. S. Naval Advisory Group. He is in transit to Maryland for a new assignment. Leave For California Mr find Mrs Claude Dearths left Algona Wednesday afternoon to go to Omaha, Neb. to spend two month.-: with their daughter, Betty. Then they plan t:.i go to ManhaUen Beach. Cal., to make their home for the win'er. The new coach. Jason Lovin;', lias rented their home in Algona for the school term. Family Picnic A family picnic was held Saturday at Mr and Mrs W'Diam Funk's. Those pixsent weie Mr and Mrs Jerry FunK. A'b and Mrs Carl Goetscb. Mr and Mrs Duano Riley and David, an 1 Mr and Mrs TUi>Kell \fpokor of V/aferloo who vo.-e spending the weekend with Mr and Mrs Dunne Riley. They are cousins of Duanc. Enjoy Canadian Trip Mr and Mrs Walter Boekholt and Cheri have returned from a nine day's vacation at Mackinac, north of Winnipeg. They were guests of Mr Boekholt's cousin an.:i wife. Mr and Mrs Elso Brink, who farm in what is known as thi: bush country. They went via Devil's Lake, N, D. and were at ,ake Dauphin, a body of water 30 by 12 miles in si/.e. This lake is in what is known as the play area. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen have been visited by the Jailer's brother-in-law and sisler, Mr and Mrs Don Mertz. Donna and Diane of Grand Island, Neb. Mr and Mrs Hansen and daughter Sheila, spent Sunday at Mank'ato, Minn., with friends. Sheila is a Registered Nurse at the Iowa Methodist hospital. Des Moines, and is home on vacation. Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Kuyper and family. Rena. John David and Helen, visited in Algona on Tuesday, enroute to a vacation visil with Rev. Kuyper's brother at Bass Lake. Minn. They were guests of C. B. Murtagh at dinner Tuesday evening. Rev. Kuyper was formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian church here, and now is pastor of Knox Presbyterian church. St. Paul, Minn. Mrs Augusta Lavrenz was visited Tuesday by her cousin. William Fenske, of Detroit, Mich. He is a native of Whittemore, leaving there about 30 years ago. He and Mrs Lavrenz ha dnot seen each other in nearly 15 years. Mi' Fenske was accompanied by tiie Rev. A. Krantz of Fort W-iyne. Ind. The men were enroute from Omaha. Neb. lo SI. Paul. Minn., wher ethey were to appear for a lecture Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutchinson and three sons of Waterloo were guesls last week of Mr and Mrs Hernert Shcram at Clear Lake. Mrs Schram is a niece of Mrs Vera. The Hutchinsons" sons, Ted and Joe, have been visiting their grandparents the past few weeks. The sons came back with the Veras. Mr and Mrs Vera are taking them home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Merle Cooper and family of Des Moines spent the weekend in Algona visiting relatives. They brought Mrs Cooper's mother, Mrs Walter Stevens, home with them. She had been with them '.he past few weeka while Mrs Cooper was in the hospital with a new baby daughter. The new girl, who was born July 30 and weighed 9 Ibs. 8 oz., has hern named Valerie June The Coopers also have four boys. Valeric is the first granddaughter for Mr and Mrs Waller Stevens and tho 23rd grandchild for Mrs Cora Cooper, also of Algona. Otfosen Loses 15 Pupils To West Bend Ottosen—The Ottosen Consoli- i dated school will open Monday, August 29. Teachers this year will bo the following: Mrs Gertrude Smith, kindergarten (kindergarten begins in January); Ruby Zaugg, first and second; Mrs Leslie Hoversten, third and fourth; Mrs Goldie M. Luft. fifth and sixth; Mrs Frank Shoemaker, seventh and eighth; Mrs Myra McNitt, high •school. Frank Shoemaker, coach and high school: Mrs Kenneth Dunn, vocal and instrumental music, and K. R. McLuen, superintendent and high school. New teachers in the system are Mr and Mrs Shoemaker of Arnolds Park. Mrs Luft of Rolfe and Mrs McNitt of Cedar Rapids. Ottosen will lose approximately 10 grade and five high school pupils from the area which was voted into the West Bend Community school district. The grade enrollment is expected to be about 65 and the high school about 40. School wi.'l be held for a half day. Aug. 29 to allow teachers to get acquainted with the pupils and schedule the high school classes. The hot lunch program will begin Tuesday, Aug. 30. There will be two bus routes this year. The west route, number 1, and the east route, number 2, are each approximately 15 miles in length. The school board members are Fred Kampen, president, Edward ZinneJl, Silas Banwart, Donald Usher and DeVere Ne%vton. The secretary is Naomi Struthers, and the treasurer, Merle Holt. Ex-LuVeme Man Now In Germany LuVerne — Mrs Wilson Legler has news that her brother. Charles Konarska. arrived safely- mi his air trip to Brcmerhaven, Germany. Mr Kanarska. former LuVerne boy and son of I he late Mr and Mrs Charles Kanarska of Lu- Vcrrip. went to accept a civil service appointment, from Washington. D. C., to servo on the administrative stall' for the American Dependent Schools in Europe. Hfi.DOO American children are in the foreign school program. Good Ottosen Sale Ottosen — tended the • A good crowd at- mid-season Market Day sale held Friday afternoon in Ottosen. This is the first inid- season sale that the managers Kermit Fowler and Merle Holt hava-tried. Group II of the Lutheran ladic'S aid, Mrs Merle Holt chairman, served lunch and cleared around $115. Died At His Home P. M. Erickson, 87, Algona, died August 3 at his home at 314 South Harlan, not at the Peterson home us reported kist week. Finishes Course Ollosen — Verne Wa^chter accompanied by Peter Dalhauser of Whittemore. drove to Chicago Friday to get Lyle Waechter. Lyle has been taking a correspondence course and has been in Chicago the post two weeks finishing the course. In Mayor's Court Two cases were tried in Mayor B. P. Richardson's court during the week. John Elbert, Algona, paid $15 and costs for failing 'o have his car under control, and William Leininger, Whiltpmnro, was assessed $5 and costs for drinking beer on a public highway. Bitten By Dog Cecelia. 5-year old daughter of Mr and Mrs George Hamilton. 504 South Minnesota street, was released this week from St Ann hospital following treatment i '. .vournis received when a dog bit several times la 1 ".! Thursday. Mrs Cora Hunt Rites, Bancroft Bancroft—Fimonil si-i vices fur Mrs Cnrti B. Hunt, 8f>, won- held ;U 2:30 Monday afternoon from the Bnptist Church with Rev. August. Post official ins. Burial was in Greenwood Cemel.erv. Gfirry Funeral Home handler! fir- Mrs Hunt was a pioneer resident of Bancroft. She passed away parly Friday morning at St. Ann hospital where she had been cared for the past year. Her husband A Ivy Hunt, passed away nearly 30 years ;IK<>. Ono ^ son passed away three years ago. T\V" children survive. Harold of lU-n- ison. Iowa. (Doris) Mrs Uan M-* Gee, Bancroft. Weber-Meineke Nuptials, Aug. 31 Wesley — Mr and Mrs Nicholas F. Weber announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Jean to Calvin Meineke, son of George Meineke of Jamaica, la. The wedding date has been set for Wednesday, August 31 ',at Holy Trinity Catholic church in Des Moines. RAY'S MARKET OFFERS YOU "SIZZLING HOT" BUYS FOR THE WEEKEND Quality, fresh meats MORRELL'S COARSE SMOKED RING BOLOGNA 3 RINGS HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT LB. MINCED BOLOGNA..... 39c LOIN END LB. PORK ROASTS 39c DECKER'S VALUE LB. SLICED BACON 29c U. S. CHOICE LB. ROUND STEAK 69c BREAKFAST - DINNER - SUPPER Free Samples Saturday Only YOUR DOLLAR GOES FURTHER AT RAY'S JACK SPRAT OLEO 5 LBS. MARGARINE $1 GOODRICH (Heavy Syrup) No. 2 "2 can 4 CANS APRICOTS $1 Real Lemon or Real Lime — 46 oz. cans 5 CANS Mamho Punch £"',. 51 GIANT TIDE 59c KRAFT'S MARSHMALLOWS MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING.. BAG Ifc 3 LBS. 69c MAYFLOWER TOMATO BOTr.E CATSUP Ifc ARMOUR'S STAR 12 OZ. TIN CHOPPED BEEF 29c Starkist Fiozen Tuna Pies ea. 14 C PEACHES California Elberta For Canning — All Si?«s — Box 1.79 BETTER BARGAINS AT Crisp School Dresses From Graham's Bigger-Than-Ever Selection! Look, Mothers! We have assembled at Graham's hundreds and hundreds of sparkling new school frocks . . . gay, colorful plaids, flashing stripes, smart solids, and unusual new tricky patterns. All beautifully made with up-to-the-minute styling. Make your selection of dresses ihis week-end when Graham stocks are at their very peak! 198 298 398 SIZES 1 TO 14 Skirts-Blouses Send Them Back to School in Sweater- Skirt — Blouse Outfits From Graham's! SKIRTS We feature new girls skirts in a wonderful selection of corduroys, flannels, plaids and cotton prints. Sizes 3 to 14. 1.98 to 3.98 BLOUSES Favorites in the famous "Ship n' Shore" make—just like Mother's! In a choice assortment of cunning school styles in solids, plaids, fancies. 1.98 to 2.98 SWEATERS The most stunning girls sweater collection we've EVER nad! Thai's right — nylons, orlons, wools in slipovers and cardigans. Sizes 4 to 14. 2.98 to 4.98 WEATHERBIRD SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS At Graham's you find this famous make of children's shoes ready for school! Oxfords for boys — in black and brown. Stunning slyles for girls in suede straps and praclical leathers. Outfit their feet at Graham's! 5.98 6.98 Peters "HAPPY HIKERS" For Boys and Girls - $3.98 and $4.98 BACK-TO-SCHOOL FOR THE BOYS, TOOIff BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS The most -practical school shirts you can buy for a boy! Sanforized suede flannel, soft to wear, easy to wash. Six colorful patterns! Sizes 6 to 16. 137 BOYS' DENIM JEANS Graham's scores here with a PERFECT jean garment. 8- ounce blue denim jeans with zipper fly front. Extra sturdy construction all thru. Sizes 4 to 12. They'll wash and wash, mothers! 109 Budget-Priced! Girls' Wool COATS Reserve Your Choice Now on Our LAY-AWAY PLAN! As smartly styled in every detail as high fashion ladies coats . . . made from pure all-wools, warm and so soft to the touch, and so very gay in color shades. Select your girl's coat while stocks are at their peak! Sizes 3 to 6x Sizes 7 to 14 GIRLS' LEGGING SETS with Coat Sizes to 6x IfFl 12,98 Gingham Shirts Very, very nice shirts for school — especially during early fall. Assorted gingham patterns, mostly in dark "boys" colors. Sizes 6 to 18, and very special at this I n*| price! I iQ I Boys' Parkas Graham's features a wonderful PARKA JACKET valuel You'll agree when you see! Big. sturdy garments, fully quilt lined, with full zipper front and warm parka hood that is mouton trimmed and acts as collar when down. Storm sleeves. Elastic back for trim fit. Sizes 4 to 12 1Q98

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