The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 3
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Jun» 27, 195? Algeria (la.) Upper DM MofnM-9 lren« Fraset To Wed Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser of Algona, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Irene, above, to Kenneth Wright, son of Mr and Mrs Norman A. Wright of Saxtpns River, Vermont. Miss Fraser attended Iowa Slate Teachers College and has been teaching in Owalonna, Minnesota. Mr Wright is a graduate of Vermont Academy, Grinnell Collage of Grinnell, Iowa, and is presently completing a Masters degree at the State University of Iowa. A fall wedding is being planned. Jane Dearchs Weds Jane Dearchs, daughter of Mr and Mrs C . E. Dearchs of Algona and Ronald Hlad, son of Albert H. Iliad of Sylvan, Kan. were • married at the Regular Baptist church Thursday, June 13 at 7 p.m. The Rev. John Kain performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of lace over satin with long pointed sleeves and an overskirt of ruffled tulle with lace panels and medallions. Her veil was fingertip length. She carried gardenius and stephonotis on a white bible. Mrs LeRoy Johnson, Minneapolis, was matron of honor and Marilyn Sample, Omaha, was bridesmaid. The bridegroom's attendants were Edward Hlad, Sylvan, Kan. and Bill Bursell, Omaha. Jack Amon and Ralph Sillcot «f Omaha were ushers. Michael Hutchings and Claudette Sue Hutchings, nephew and niece of the bride, served s as ringbearer and flower girl respectively. A reception for 125 guests was held in the -church parlors following the ceremony. MJ-S Duane Cumpston, Mrs Edward Casey. Mrs Ronald Hutchings and Mrs Edward Hlad served the refreshments. The bride is a graduate of Algona high and attended Baptist Bible Institute in Omaha. She has been employed in the Douglas County hospital the past year. The groom is a graduate of Sylvan high school and is a student at Baptist Bible Institute. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills the young couple will spend the summer on his father's farm in Kansas and return to Omaha in the fall. Dutlon Reunion The 51st annual reunion of the Dutton family was held Sunday, June 23rd at the fairgrounds in Algona. Tht.se attending were Mr and Mrs Ira Dutton, Mrs Margaret Dutton, Mrs Emil Lovstad and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton, Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter and daughter, Mr and Mrs A. Hildman and family, Vivian Dutton, Joe Koppen. Burt, la., Mr and Mrs Cliff Juhl, Forest City, la., Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson and family, LuVerne, la., Mr and Mrs Otto Richter and family, Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ross Coleman, Louisville, Ky., David Coleman, New Albany, Ind., Mr and Mrs Clifton Engelby and son, Sargeant, Minn., Mrs Ethel Walker, Lake Park, 1^. Mr and Mrs Geo. Worden, Hampton, la., Mrs Ruth Dutton, Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur, Bancroft, la., Mrs Rachel White and Ruby, Cedar Falls, la., Mr and Mrs Claude White and family, Bellevue, la., Mr and Mrs Eugene Worden, Ceylon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Art Johnson and family, Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Edwin Cassem and family, Dolliver, la., Leon Worden, Mr and Mrs Ralph Hefler and son, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton and son, Ledyard, la., Mr and Mrs Howard Arnold, DCS Moines. Fred Dutton and Mrs Glen Teeter were reelected president and treasurer respectively. Guests Honored Mr and Mrs John Gisch and Mr and Mrs Walter Mescher have been visited by the brothers a.nd sisters-in-law Mr and Mrs Edward Mescher, Joseph and Michael, of Silver Springs, Md., and Mr and Mrs Ambrose Mescher and son Dwight, of Kenosha, Wis. Dwight recently graduated from high school and a family dinner was held in his honor at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Mescher at Bancroft. A farewell dinner for the guests was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Walter Mescher's. Mis Eva Deim, Mrs John Deim Gretchen and Jon and Mary Bieser attended the Deim-Kollasch family reunion Sunday in the Legion hall §t Swea City, i Refund ftttn Catwp Girl Scouts have returned from a recent camping trip at Dolliver State Park near Lehigh. In attendance were Karen Alt, Barbara Brandow, Sharon Burtis, Elizabeth Brewer, Janet Bode, Barbara Bartlett, Kaihy Bay, Sandra Cook, Sheila Fain, Kalhy Feaster, Maxihe Helmers, Cindy Hardy, Phyllis Hardgrove, Janet Jergenson, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Lau, Sue La Barre, Charlene La Barre, Mary Mishak, Joan Mikes, Ann Mikes, Connie Munger, Rosemary Medin, Pauline McMahon, Siri Norton, Patty Peterson, Barbara Reinders, Diane Ramus, Jacqueline Rowley, Paulette Slobe, Rebecca Strayer, Margaret Sprague, Marianna Steele, Roberta Schwendeman, Sharon Scott, Tish Thompson, Linda Tague, Julie Vipond, Midge Williams and Beverly Warner. The girls were accompanied by Mrs Marian La Barre. Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs Richard Norton, Mrs Jerry McKean and Sue Sprague. Picnic Honors Visitors Mr and Mrs Merrill Moore and daughter Paulette of North Hollywood, Calif.j were honored at a family - picnic Sunday at the hnm" of the former's aunt and cousins Mrs D. C. Gardner and Curtis. • Out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs James Moore and iuartha, Mr and Mrs Robert Allen and two daughters, of Marshalltown, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ford and three children, of Iowa Falls, Mr and Mrs Emmert Dean and two, sons, of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner and family of Wesley. Local members of the family who attended were Mr and Mrs Marc Moore, Mr and Mrs James Camp, and other guests were Mrs W. W. Annis and Beth and Hattie Wilson. Merrill Moore is employed at North Hollywood in radio and T.V. work. The visitors spent from Thursday till Monday with local relatives. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and Mr and Mrs Max Bast attended the forty-eighth wedding anniversary celebration for Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz at Whittemore Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Potratz are oarents of Mrs Hopkins and jrother-in-law and sister of Mrs Bast. Others in attendance were Martin Potratz who lives with lis parents, Mr and Mrs Alvm Potratz, Mr and Mrs Wilmcr Wichtendahl, of Lotts Creek, Mr md Mrs Loren Barker, of Macksburg, Mr and Mrs Edward, Richard and David Potratz, children Of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz vho were unable to be present and the respective families. At Sheldon Wedding • Marjorie Strayer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Strayer, of Hartley and Terrance Baldwin, of Sheldon were married Sunday, June 9 in the Methodist church at Hartley. People in attendance from here were Mr and Mrs Irwin Malueg, Diane and Jean Marie, Mr and Mrs Chris Long, Keith Strayer, Sharon and Sheridan, Mr and Mrs Glen Strayer, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strayer, of Burt, Mr and Mrs Walter Theesfeld of East Troy, Wis., Mr and Mrs Henry F'arwiok end Mr and Mrs Jack Farwick, of Pipestone. Surprise Party Held Townsend Club members, and friends and neighbors gathered Tuesday evening at the Chester Willey home and then went down to the William Muckey home and pleasantly surprised Mrs Gusty Muckey on her 71st birthday, ft was also the Muckey's 53rd wedding anniversary. "500" and ''Bingo" were played with prizes going to Mrs Arne Lallier, Miss Myrtle St. John, John Heider- scheidt, and Gene Dawes. Mrs Muckey received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served. Mrs Muckey is the club's Financial Chairman. Wed 48 Years At Whittemore — The immediate families of Mr and Mrs Uicnard Potratz gathered at their, home Sunday to help their pa:w«»s celebrate their 48th wedding anniversary. Those who were present wen- Mr an! Me; L. ii'TKor and family of Macksburg, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Artmir 'Muai/. an.t family of Denison, Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz and fa.nily and Mr and Mrs Wiln'a:- V/'cii'cndahi and children of Lo'.ts Cret-k, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins ;UKI iam- ily of Algona, Mr :.nd ; vli>- David Berklund and. family an 1 Mrs Mary Gade of Fenton' and David Potratz of here. Mr and Mrs William Meyer and Mrs Mathilda Meyer helped Will-, iam Bell of West Bend, celebrate ' his birthday Thursday afternoon. The women and Mr Bell are sisters and brother. While in Fergus Falls, Minn., Sunday Arthur Heidenwith met Mrs Clarence Glascow of Fergus Falls, Mrs Glascow was the former Clara Haag of here, and is a sister of Peter and Henry Haag south of Whittemore farmers. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher of Whittemore attended the funeral of Mrs Martha Geilenfeld held in Trinity Ltiitheran church Monday t Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and boys spent several days at Lake Okoboji in the George Elbert trailer home. 'CONSUMERS RfOUlAR BOtTlM CATSUP.... Ihr ft CONSUMERS 'CONSUMER! STOCKTON All PHees In f hi* Ad Good this Week and Thruogh Wednesday, July 3 We Give S & H GREEN STAMPS . CONSUMERS MARKET NABISCO SUGAR WAFER COOKIES....2Pkgs. 49c MEDIUM SIZE PRUNES 2Lb.Bag39c FLUF BRAND REGULAR JAR PEANUT BUTTER .39c GOOD VALUE QUART JAR SALAD DRESSING _. 39c SWIFT'S SWIFTNING 3 Lb. Can 79c FIRST ARRIVALS! Short Crop Expected Bing CHERRIE CANNING LUGS .. At Lowest Price |Jj B By The Lug CALIFORNIA SHAFTER ( NEW POTATOES.. 10Lbs. 39c SNOBOY FRESH ORANGES, By-the-Bucket 98c Tasti-Ripe No. 2'/2 Cans These Beautiful BLACK DIAMONDS Are Really Getting The Compliments TEXAS Rosedale Brand No. 21/2 Cans Choice of: ORANGE BLENDED GRAPEFRUIT Gold JUICE SALE GIANT 46-OZ. CANS FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 0 Cans 19C WATERMELONS I Pick A Beauty at CONSUMERS i Complete Sell Out In One Day Last Time I HILAND TWIN-PACK 2 TWIN BAGS IN A BIG BOX A FULL POUND 59* FULLY-COOKED DRIP OR REGULAR SUNSET CLUB COFFEE — And You Can Watch The Man Wilson's Certified CANNED HAMS Special Saturday Feature at CONSUMERS FREE COTTON CANDY FOR ALL On Saturday - 9s30 A,M, tp 5;00 P.M. BE SURE TO BRING THE KIDS GW SUGAR..,..,... 10 Lbs. CONSUMERS READY-TO-EAT SKINLESS • SHANKLESS - DEFATTED Wilson Ham Ib. 59* RATH'S BLACKHAWK POUND Smokies i SWIFT'S FROZEN SANDWICH Beef Steaks 590 12-OZ, PKG. U. S, CHOICE ROUND Soy, Folks — We have had an unexcelled response to our recent offerings of finer Beef Quarters. L«st week, for instance, in addition to local pur* chasers, our beef quarters were selected, by folks from Corwiih, Swea City, Bancroft and other areas, even from near Buffalo Center. We invite you to come in and select yours I More of Thpse Good Beef Quarters After you have personally chosen your quarter, we then CUT it to your liking — the 'way you want U, We WRAP neatly, w there will fee no freeser burn. We MARK each package with rubber stamp, which shows clearly what's inside. We do all of this FREE, Cottage Cheese ay , It's Fresh From ANKENY BROS. - It's The Best! CONSUMERS! 'CONSUMERS

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