The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 2
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27, Algona-Born Pastor Here A former Algotian, Rer. Knuie Ortoh, son of Mr and Mrs^Clatk Orton and his wife, medical missionaries under appointment to French Equatorial Africa with Baptist Mid-Missions, will be in charge of services at the Regular Baptist church in Algona this Sunday, June 30. Rev. and Mrs Orton are shown here. Rev. Orton is an Algona high school graduate and both he and his wife are graduates of Omaha Baptist Bible Institute and the Missionary Dental Training Institute. Recently ordained to the ministry at Omaha, Knute is also a medical laboratory technician" The Ortons will travel first to Paris to study the French language, then will go to Ippy in the Oubangui-Chari province of: French Equatorial Africa. There they will work in the Mid- Africa hospital. Mr Orton will head the laboratory and train natives in laboratory technique, while Mrs Orton will work in the field of 7t e t?!S t! 2> an often ne gkcted Phase of missionary work. (UDM Engraving) ' Mildred Hellman Bride Of Francis Erpelding, Sf, Joe Miss Mildred Hellman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Florian Hellman of Bancroft, became the bride of Francis J. E. Erpelding, son of Mr and Mrs John Erpelding of Whittemor6 in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Father J. H. Schultes, pastor of St. John's Catholic Church Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. The couple was attended by Miss Evelyn Hellman as maid of honor. Miss Marguerite Erpelding as bridesmaid, Gerald Erpelding as; best man and Gerald Hellman as groomsman. All are brothers and sisters of the bridai coltple. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white sniffle embroidered net over taffeta. The gown featured a modified sal?nna neckline outlined wijth scallops. -The long taperedsjeisves were tfim- in£d With embroidered shiffle. The. spit gathered skirt was highlighted with floral sprays,, and em- brSiderjId'. scaflbpicl Bottb'm. Her fingertip veil of imported English, bridal, illusion was attached tjo a hat of net petals trimmed with pearls. She wore a dOubl6 strand of pearls and earrings to match, a <eift of ' the bridegroom. She carried, a bou- qtiet of pink roses and stephanotis. She also placed a bouquet on, .Mary's Altan Ushers were WilUajn Heilman find Harold 'Erpelding, brothers of^ the couple. The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mr .and Mrs, Edward Fpertsch of Burt. The .wedding dinner. ,was served In St. John's Ha|l and a reception was held in the aJternoon for gOQ guests at the home-of the bride's parents, Jo .Ann Hellman; sister of the bride,, had charge :of the guest book. JWrt Eqward foerstch and MJS Martin Frideres* sisters ot the couple, cut and served the wedding cake. The couple entertained at a dance at the Planta- tior) Ballroom, Whtytembre, in the evfning. , The bride was graduated from St,. Jphn's high school and was e'hjjpldyed at the Iowa State Bank in Algona. The bridegroom was graduated from high school in St. Joe. After conipletihg two yeSfrs pi military service in Korea he hag' been farming With his father. They will live on a farm west pf 4 AJgona following a wedding trip in the west. Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Has Stroke In Calif, wick and Miss Marion Keyset- of Fort Dodge. has been re- thst Mi* Carrie Gardner, former v long tiipe resident h§n? and in Ateons has recently su|%re4 s bi'aio hffmorr^stgjt. Mrs Garcmer makes her home with daughter fidythe, Mr apd Mrs WUWnson us 6sn Fernando, , Any «l«l time friends msfr 9 write Mr the address is Ore Grande Stret-t. U»w Mr Wid Mff WUHam Marty, Anv^'* VMM*.***!. ^^.Ea &«^kl.^ u - -i*: Da ele uoday hon Visiting here _ Guesis Guests*the past week in the home of T:he Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittcnburg were their son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Wittcnburg, children, Kathy, Susan and Duane ol Glenwood City, Wis. While here they .visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf in Fort Dodge. On Friday they left to attend a reunion of the class of Mrs Wittenburg in Clinton, who graduated from nurses training in St. Luke's hospital, in Davenport in 19-17. Mrs Anna Blumer accompanied by her daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzer and family of Renwick enjoyed Thursday and Friday at Lake Okoboji fishing. Paul and Juanita Pettigrew of Mason City are spending two weeks on vacation with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Edward Pergande and their aunt, Mrs Gordon Lund and family near Vincent. Mr and Mrs Robert La Ford and family of Parkings, Idaho, visited Wednesday in the Mr and Mrs Earl T. Johns home. The men were buddies in the navy in World -War II. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle Charles and Margene visited aunts of Mrs Merkle, Mr and Mrs Fred Wagner, Steele, N. D., and Mrs L, L. Gillette, Wessington Springs/ S. Dak. over the weekend. Mrs Jessie Stripling, daughter, Marcia, Mrs Clem Stripling and >Mr,*.Charles Hinz visited Mrs Elmer Emery in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, Friday. Mrs •Emery underwent major surgery Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Ilarlan Helm and daughter of Cedar Falls visited her parents,. Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti and Jean over the weekend, Dr. and Mrs J. E. Shullz of Pella visited his mother, Mrs Mary Shultz Saturday and Sunday,' Cpl, and Mrs Dale Braynard have a cottage at Clear Lake this week for an outing. Miss Annette Braynard attended the wedding of her classmate Bonnie Fett in Moorland, Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston accompanied by their son, Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston of Iryington and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard o Wesley drove to Alcester, S. D Sunday to attend the marriagf of SP2 Rollin D. Eggleston to Miss Margie Louise find. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Alden Eggleston, son and brother of Mi- and Mrs George A. Eggleston, Vernon Eggleston and Mrs Nygaard. Sunday guests in the Francib Shorey home were her brother Mr and Mrs Clarence Lacour Linda and Freddie of Rockford Mr and Mrs John Hamilton pi THonka, Mr and Mrs Joseph Puizsiuck and their families were Sunday evening supper guests n.) the parental, Mr and Mrs Bert Puif£UJfk home. Linda Daley who was nine jrfears old Sunday, was honored w*t"n a birthday party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Veriion Daley Saturday afternoon. Linda received gifts from her neighbor friendjS, Roxie De Nio. Roxit- Penton, Jane Hansel* rnaii, Kathy Myer, Jerri Lynn Witt, Jo Ann Noreross, Mich,* and Kathy Andre. Lenarq, [ee» and Garnet Johns, Kris Jennifer Skogmo and two girls. Mi's Daley enter* .-T Jhc mothers, at a coffee. . family gathering and dinner th£ town hal^iynjay hqn- „ , and wjybp '•• mas S Steven of Kousdon, and Mr and Mrs Leland Davis and Krysti of Seattle, Washington, have arrived for a visit with their parents, Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll and family. They are th* former Denise "and LaVonne Carroll. Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye Godfrey had as guests Sunday io Thursday, their dau- phter and sisters, Mirs C. C. Anderson of Orchard and Miss Florence Godfrey of North Bend. Nebraska. Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Lindebak. Dawn and Layne were her parents and sister. Mr and Mrs Elmer Egli arid Miss Helen Egli of Manson. Mr and Mrs Edward Pergande accompanied by their daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond, Pettigrew. Paul and Juanifa of Mason City Were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister, M. and Mrs Gordon Lund nnd family at Vincent. They worn to attend the baptism of Arthur Gordon Lund, son of Mr and Mrs Lund in the Norwegian Lutheran Church in Badger. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Pettigrew and Miss Aldora Lund, Fort Dodge. Mrs Arthur Maass, daughter. LaVonne accompanied her sisters, Viola Beck. Algona, and Mr and Mrs Frank Asa of Rutland to Clarksville, Iowa Sunday where they attended tide ftfffftl of their aunt, Mrs Effia M6tfi. fessel Mrs Methfessei, ?9, fell in January breaking her hifi ind wa*> hospitalized sihce. Guests Sunday in thfe hWfif fit Mr and Mrs Albert tJenrieh were her aunt and cousin. Mrs Hattie Meyers and Mrs Rowena Sander* and their friend, Mr Mowrey ai of Waterloo. Kenneth Marty attended the wedding of his cousin, Cpl. Carroll D. Marty of San Diego, Cal. and Miss Elaine Wuflestad at Jamestown, N. D., Friday, June 21. John Putzstuck arrived home Saturday from Fort Sheridan^ 111., after two years service ih the army. Discharged now, he is the son of Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck. Mr and Mrs Gordon Whipple and family of Dakota City wfife Sunday dinner guests Ih the home of his niece, Mr and Mrs Joseph Putzstuck and children. Mr and Mrs Everett Stevens and children were Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Genrich. Mrs Fred Dutton left early Monday morning for Waterloo where she will attend the annual Conference of the Methodist Church and be the lay delegate from this Methodist church. ;• ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wogn§f Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding and daughter Joan accompanied by Mr and Mrs Frank Stattlemann and Karen Wingert went to St. Paul on Sunday where Joan and Karen, sophomores in St. Joseph's school, will attend the Summer School of Catholic Action to be held in St. Paul front June 84-29 They will receive full tUitioti scholarships for school participation in an ^ssay c&Htest. Mr and Mrs Redihg and Mr and Mrs Stattlemann returned home on Sunday evening after visiting with Mrs Stattlemanh's grandfather, Jake Garttiann and daughters Alviha and Elsie Garmann on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Sunder- menn and daughters Of Akron, Ohio visited here ott Tuesday and Wednesday in the John Bormann home. Mrs Bormann is an aunt of Mr Sundermann. ; Mr and Mrs Adolph Kass and family of Rock Island, 111. visited from Thursday till Sunday in the Nick Klein Sr. home. Mrs Kass is the oldest 'daughter of Mr and tefft. . Mf aM Mr* Alvin Rleift aftd f&nUly iperit the weeKertd at Watkini, Mififi. where thef attended tfte wedding of a nitee on Satefdif Mid Visited With Mr Klein's mother and other relatives. Cynthia Reding, daughter of Mr and MfS Deiriier Redihg of Algona, spent the weekend here with her patethal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John B. Reding. Mr and Mrs Ernest M. Gales entertained in their hditig Sun day evening with the following dlnnef itiestS: Mr lifld Mrs Mike Bormahn. Algona; Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Gales Sr. attd Mary LoU ( Mr and Mr* K, L. Kohlhias. Mr and Mrs John Bormaftn anc family and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. Mr and Mrs John Bormann Francis and Norman spent 8ev» eral days at Earling last Week visiting relatives and attending the wedding of a relative. A Wagner family gathering was- held on Sunday at th<? Orville Wagner home with a dinner and suppef. Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 met June 15 at 1:45. Demonstration teams were picked with Patty and Janet Reding winning in the junior division, Jeanne Marie Thul and Jo Ann Welter in in- and Kay Ann FridereS ted Aflene Bormann in senior 8ivi$tt>n\ with Betty Wagner and Dianrie Redihg as their alternates. lufte 27 waS decided as the day Diarm* fwding and Karen Zeimet shared their experiences of camp with us. OtHer talks included Carol Erpelding and Alma Illg. record books; faancy wflfong, good postttrej ahd, Alice pedin| and rWii ; itohlhaasj MIHM. DemonstrfUiSris Wtre given M Joahne Thul afid Jofce Ptacpi, buttorte anfl snaps^ tafUSt RedlRJ, mitered corners; and LSlI Wilfong. Bemadette Hilbert, Mary Ill| fcfld Patty Redifil, choosin| correct BcetsWrflS, A Helttibus liihcr} was sefved B£ PattJ PttttCT WWW BALAHCt KBWOI DtSlW EflfitME RWttDNESJ SELF MOPtllEft COMPLETE ffHtUHNfi INSTANT ftfffROl* M@ttAU.ettH imoottof, nunwivtn f««t«f, llVBpVrt pir(>T» {|tnfilt0r* JUp TnrU TWIw»T| tOO^ntHr «Mdi« Otv» fdur Uwn a "trtil". try Mt>Z-ALL Wl aflVH WtdCI ^f6W||lj rfCAVy Gnmti ^HflM^ Wih«», WiMeh, irttljMtjlrt^ »•»«*«» rOwSf OiCfWrOlf ytiQC* YVrnp iiW fvlT pMbtom" wtOteirf rtkMj «Ad bwntnj. •VWj THOUUNW Ot WtU «U fttftfONI \& KJWM LAWN i MOWS* AND 1 WBDCUjmi t-jB^'fOTli »**',-^\>..' win 'tev-v V i n t JBINGSUlKr >ttHHf(a»dil ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Here's to a bang- up 4th of July celebration with delicious hot dogs, potato salad, cold drinks and all the traditional fare ... Party time meats, cookies and cake mix, ice cream on special. Prices for June 28-29, July 1, 2, 3 Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED STORE WILL BE OPEN WED. EVE. 9 JULY 3rd FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING CONVENIENCE FRESH ICEPACK FRYERS PAN READY 89c Average SKINLESS FRANKS BEEF CHUCK ROASTS •k Lb 2 Bag U. Si "GOOD GRADE' BLADE CUTS, LB. .i, »V*.s BIG BOLOGNA [SWIFTS ORIOLE BY THE PIECE LB. LEMONS JUICY SUNKIST POTATOES NEW CALIF, jr WHITE >iVM^UTH| |6' CREAM ROYAL CROWN COLA Buy 6 Bottle Carton For 37c Get 6 More Bottles For Ic PICNIC HEMS ROYAt OAK CHARCOAL BRIQUETS PIONIOSETS A. * de PICNIC PLATES 7-INfJI WHITE PICNIC PLATES of**o 99 C 39 e Aluminum Foil S 29 C HCMC 6HOESTRINQ <4Al> POTATOES 'S 19 CATSUP 2i' 29° MISSION' • iwrfif-H-w iwwtPisklw...,..,.% ..w-21 1 WHITE liAg 10 TOMATOES LETTUCE 19c PLUMS Eo$a. Dor. 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