The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 26
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2-A'3«>na (la.) Upjwr Da* Molnef Thursday, June 27, 1957 Algona-Born Pastor Here A former Algonari, Rev. Knute Orion, son of Mr and Mrs Clark 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 3Q. Rev. and Mrs Orton are i shown here. , Rev. Of ton', 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 dentistry, an often neglected phase of missionary work. (UDM Engraving) Mildred Hell man Bride Of Francis Erpelding, St, Joe Miss Mildred Hellman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Florian Hellman of Bancroft, became the bride of Francis J. E. Erpeiding, son of Mr and Mrs John Erpelding of Whittemore 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 bridal couple. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white shiffle embroidered net over taffeta. The gown featured a modified sabrina neckline outlined with scallops. The long tapered sleeves were trimmed with embroidered shiffle. The soft gathered skirt was highlighted with floral sprays and embroidered scalloped bottom. Her fingertip veil of'imported English bridal illusion was attached to a hat of net petals trimmed with pearls. She wore a double strand of pearls and earrings to match, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis. She also placed a bouquet on Mary's Altar, Ushers were William Hellman and 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 Hall and a reception was held in the afternoon for 200 guests at the home of the bride's parents. Jo Ann Hellman, sister of the bride, had charge of the gues! book. Mrs Edward Foerstch and Mrs Martin Frideres, sisters of the couple, cut and served the wedding cake. The couple entertained at a dance at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore, in tin- evening. The bride was graduated from St. John's high schuol and was employed ut tno Iowa State Bunk in Algona. The bridegroom was graduated from high school ii. St, Joe. After completing two years of military service in Korea he lias been farming with his father. They will live on u farm wcs: of Algona following a wedding trip in Iho west. wick and Miss Marion Keyser of Fwt Dodge. Willenburg Guesls Guests the past week in the home of the Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittcnburg were their son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Wittenburg, children, Kathy, Susan and Duane of 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 1947. Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Has Stroke In Calif. LuVerne — Word has been n.- ceivfcd that Mrs Carrie Gardner. 85, former long lini" re.si.ii.»)t here and in Algona has verently suffered a brain hemorrhage. MrV (JardniT makes her lioinc with her daughter EdyDit.-, Mr and Mi:-, Lvl'j Wilkinson in ,San ir'oniancii, Calif. Any uld tjini 1 JVicnd-; vvi.-h- iny to wnle her tin- address is 14522 Oj-.> Cirawle Si ret t. New York Cily Guest Mr ;:nd Mrs William Marty. sous, Kenneth and Mi-lviu i-nter- tained at a dinner Sunday honoring his nieces visiting ha'e. Miss Dorothy Marty, New York City and Mrs Kdv. urd Link and children, Genoa, 111. Guests were Mr and Mrs J. O. Msr-ty, Mr and Mi'S Andrew Marty, Mr t ad Mr^ Henry Marty, Marie Kay, Miis Emma Mai'ty, Mrs Ann Marty Mr apd Mrs Donald Marty, Barbara Pep, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty and Norjran of Haixly Mrs JBarbara Elirer, rtauffnters, Luna, Martha and Clara, Ren- Mrs Anna Biumcr accompanied by her daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzor and family of Rcnwick 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 neai 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 Avere buddies in the navy in World War II. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Charles and Margcne visited aunts of Mrs Merkle, Mr and Mrs Fred Wagner, Stcele, 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 11 in/ visited Mrs Elmer Emery in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, Friday. Mrs Emery underwent major surgery Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Harlun Helm and daughter of Cedar Falls visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Hofti ;;nd Jean over the weekend. Dr. and Mrs J. E. Shultz of Pella visited his mother, Mrs Mary Shultz Saturday and Sunday. C'pl. and Mrs Dale Draynard have a cottage at Clear Lake this \veek for an outing. Mis.s Annette Lraynard attended the wedding of her classmate Bonnie Felt in Moorland, Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston accompanied by their son, Mr and Mrs Vernon Egijleston of Iivingtuti anil daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard of We.,ley drove to Alcester, S. D Sunday to attend the marriage o£ SKi Holiin D. E-gU'Ston to MIS.J Margie Louise Lmd. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Aldfii E»i;n.'.ilon, son and brother of Mr and Mrs George A. Eggies- tun, Vernon Egglujtoji and Mrs -Nyyaard. Sunday guest.,- in the Francis Slioiey home \vi-re lior brother. Mr anil Mrs Clarence Lacour, Linu'u tnd Freddie of Rockfoid. Mr atiJ Mrs Joim Hamilton o! Tilonka, Mr and Mrs Joseph Puti'oUick (aid their families were Sunday evening supper guests in the parental, Mr and Mrs Bert 1'ut/sUii.k hojne. Linda Daley who was nine years old Suiv-tay, was hoiioi-i.:i.; with a birthday party at tiv- home of he: parent*, Mr and Mrs Vernun Daiey Saturday afternoon. Linda received gift.; from her neighbor friends, Koxie De Nio, Ko:<a> J'enton, Jane Hanselman. KatKv M\..-r. Jerri I.vnn De \Vitt, Jo Ami NOIXTO.SJ, M'lch- ele ,vnd Kalhy Andre, Lenard, Colei n and Garnet Johr.s, Kri^ and Jenmur Sl.ogmo and two 1-erstl i!.ir!s. Mis Daley entertained the iM.'thcis at a eofiee. A family gathc-rin;; and dinner in the to\\n hall Sunday honored Cpl. and Mrs Dale Braynard. About 35 were in attendance. ' Mrs Tli.-imaiiMcNc'Jlly, Kothleen and Steven ui llou.-.toji, Texus, 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 the former Denise and LaVonne Carroll. Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye Godfrey had as guests Sunday to Thursday, their daughter and sisters, Mrs C. C. Anderson of Orchard and Miss Florence Godfrey of North Bend, Nebraska. Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Lindebak, Dawn and Layne were her parents and sister, Mr and Mrs Elmer Egli and Miss Helen Egli ol Manson. Mr and Mrs Edward Pergande. accompanied by their daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond, Pettigrew, .Paul and Juanita of Mason City were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and . Mrs Gordon Lund and family at Vincent. They went 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 the funefftl of their aunt, Mrs Erfia i^etrt- fessel. Mrs Methfessel, 79, fell in January breaking her hip and wafe hospitalized since. Guests Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Genrich were her aunt and cousin, Mrs Hattife Meyers and Mrs Rowena Sanders and their friend, Mr Mowrey-all of Waterloo. Kenneth Marty attended the, wedding of his cousin, Cpl. Carr roll D. Marty of San Diego, Cal. and Miss Elaine Wuflestad at Jamestown, N. D., Friday, June 21. -, ...';,' John Putzstuck arrived home Saturday from Fbrt Sheridan, 111., after two years service in the army. Discharged now, he is the son of Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck. Mr and Mrs Gordon Whipple and family of Dakota City were Sunday dinner guests , in 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 Wagner 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 from June 24-29. They will receive full tuition scholarships for school participation in an essay contest, Mr and Mrs Reding and Mr and Mrs Stattlemann returned home on Sunday evening after visiting with Mrs Stattlemann's grandfather, Jake Garmann and daughters -Alvina and Elsie Gar- marin on Sunday. , Mr &nd . Mrs Charles Sunder- man.A and daughters, of Akron, Ohio visited here on Tuesday and Wednesday in the John Bormann home. Mrs Bormann is an aunt bf 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 Mrs Klein. Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family spent the weekend al WatkinS, Minn..where they attended the wedding of a niece on Saturday and visited with Mr Klein's mother and other relatives. Cynthia Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmer Reding of Algona, spent the weekend here with her paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John B. Reding. Mr and Mrs Ernest M. Gales entertained in their home Sunday evening with the following dinner guests: Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann, Algona; Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Gales Sr. and Mary Lou, Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas. Mr and Mrs John Bormann and family and'Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. Mr and Mrs John Bormann. Francis and Norman spent several days at Earling last week visiting relatives and attending the wedding of a relative. A Wagner family gathering was held on Sunday at the Orville Wagner home with a dinner and supper. 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- iermedlateandKayAnnFrdcrcs and Arlene Bormann in senior division, with Betty Wagner and Dianne Reding as their alternates. June 27 was decided ns the day Dianne Reding and Karen Zeimet shared their experiences of camp with us. Other talks included Carol Erpelding and Alma JHg. record books; Nancy Wilfong, good posture; find Alice Reding and Doris Kohlhaas, health, Demonstrations were given by Joanne Thul and Joyce Ptacfik, bultohs and snaps; Janet Reding, mitered corners; and Lois Wilfong, Bernadette . Hilbert, Mary Illg and Patty Reding, choosing correct accessories. A delicious lunch was served by Pattj DAIANCE UNIQUE DESIGN EXTREME RU66EDNESS StlF PM™ COMPLETE SHIELDING INSTANT CONTROLS MOZ*ALL etrfi imoother, m«n*uvtr$ wlor, t we«h.'siv» your lawn * "t«a»". Try M° Z - ALL en d«n«« undiryowth, toty bn»h.vi.iM, »».«.. »um«eh. «nflgh«y w«d pa»eh»i. Marfmum'MMy-No riilfing. Tnm iene» . rowt, ercli«nl», yirdi. Whip «» "l" f probltm" without nUng ind burning. THOUSANDS OF USMS TBJ. EVtRYONK THFf KNOW— UN110 " fOWERUWN: MOWW ANO.V WHDCut ON EARtHI* —r G SULKT ^avtllaklf fir any morfrf at txtra tqutpmtnt ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ^ *• ^ :A/x 3' R3r x^ iK^W^' •¥ 1^^:^^ 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 *t mix, ice cream on special. STORE WILL BE •^ r 7/f Prices for June 28-29, July 1, 2, 3 Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED WED. EVE., JULY 3rd FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING CONVENIENCE FRESH ICE P^CK I lUiERSe PAN 89c EACH 2'/4 Lb. Average SKINLESS PRINKS \?s *\ WM BEEP CHUCK •If...5. "GOOD GRADE" BLADE CUTS, LB. BIG BOLOGNA SWIFT'S ORIOLE .BY THE PIECE LB. 1C LEMONS JUICY SUNKIST FOR POTATOES NEW CALIF, 0r WHITE TO LBS. |6- llm ROYAL CROWN COLA Buy 6 .Bottle Carton For 37c Get 6 More Bottles For Ic PICUICHEMS ROYAL OAK CHARCOAL BRIQUETS BAG ., V V V1 BA & • • « V VI BAG PLASTIC E}|f*feilffc OCTO 22 riVlllv Obl9 fiece 0 INCH WHITE PICNIC PLATES ...0% 7-lXCII WHITE PiSF^IC PLATES of/o KFVNOI.D'S Alominum Foil 25 &,n 39 29 PICNIC SHOESTRING H[ A POTATOES 4 ^ 19 MI SIO.V Aft RICH CATSUP 20 1 , 4 29 WOll-r.S THROWN 1 SU'FFKD AH MANZ. OLIVES N L 10 39 SHtlHEl-D OOC Sweet Pickles ,... 20 ^ oo SNO-WIIITE CHARMIN WHITE LUNCHEON NAPKINS TOMATOES Lb. 25c LETTUCE Large Heads. 19c PLUMS Rosa, Doz. 39c Bananas _ Watermelons — Oranges — Apricots — Cherries Red & Green Grapes — Celery — Radishes — Cucumbers — Nectarines — Cantaloups FLAV-R-PAK ~~™ ~"~ ~^ FRESH FROZEN V 1 LEMONADE 6-oz. Tim iKtMSSfS -*,.-9 TUP? ^f^pP' £AN CANWCHEKJUES STAR KIST TUNA CHUCK STYLE . . LUNCH MEAT ..... .^ tflAf 29 AA 39 CORNED BEEF ..... StA NOKTII SALMON .......... ..... SLTI:.':B 4%A» FRUIT COCKTAIL C3 £ 23 Q NoarAK AA» QUALITY PEARS 03 S 23 e SITtKB CUT Sl-EAHS ASPARAGUS ......... SCOTTS LARGE JU*MBO BAG POTATO CHIPS 49c Of 100. No. 2* CAN FINEST BRAND Pork & Beans 16-Oz. CAN ..... •• A* |J) 51-Oz. CAN KHAFT DELI7XE MARGARSNE Lb. 35c Flav-R-Pac Frozen STRAWBERRIES 10 oz. Pkgs. 49c AUD lowt K? WBPW -^

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