The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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l-A»t6«*a fla.) 0>f*w DM Mem«< thuwday, Ju!y 4, To Wed Aug. ? Mr and Mrs Joseph Krieps of Wesley have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan, above, to Merle Loss, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Loss of Algona. The wedding will bo held in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley, Wednesday, August 7. Miss Krieps graduated this spring from Wesley high school, while Mr Loss graduated from St. Cecelia Academy in 1955 and is at present farming with his father. (UDM Engraving) Helen Gade To Wed Mr and Mrs Hugh Gade, Algona, announce the engagement f ahd approaching marriage of their daughter, Helen, above, to Lee O. Hays, son of Judge and Mrs Norman Hays of Knoxville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Iowa Lutheran Hospital school of nursing in Des Moines and at present is employed there. Mr Hays was graduated from the State University of Iowa and is employed by Maytag Co. in Newton. The wedding is planned for Oct. 6. Judy McMahon To Wed To Wed Algonan Mrs, June Algoe of Gliddcn announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Dolly, above, to Bonn A. Hutchins, son of Mr and Mrs Don H. Hutchins of Algona. Miss Algoe is employed as n cosmetologist for Daniels Beauty Salon in Des Moines. Mr Hutchins is assistant manager for the Gold Bond Stamp company in Des Moines. The wedding will take place June 30 at the Lancsboro Methodist church. Reunions And Family Parties, LuYerne Area LuVerne — Children of Mr- Anna Goetsch gathered at lior home Saturday evening, in honor of her 78th birthday. They were Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of .entura; Mr and Mrs Ernest *Bei}nkendoi f. Mr nnd Mrs Donnld Behnkendorf and children of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs George Krof and children of Kannwha: Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and Sonja and Sheryl, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene, Lu- Vcr'fje. Also a grandson, Jerry Jonqs of Fontana, Calif., visiting here. Mr and Mrs Walter P. mrrman of Chicago, 111. Saturday to Wednesday the past week with his brother and Wife, Mr and Mrs John Zirhrheftftitfifl! in the John Hefti Sr., horne. Mr and Mrs B. E. Martin aftd son Ronald left Monday for a vacation trip up into Canada fifad at Seattle, Wash., with his brother, Mr and Mrs Hugh Martin and family. Mr and Mrs Howard Wille and children of Rock Island visited his mother, Mrs Otto Wille and his father. Otto Wille, hospitalized in Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital over the weekeKWL Mrs Helen Studer of Corwith who had visited in the home of her daughter returned home with them. Mrs Wille and children will remain with Mrs Studer for awhile. Mr and Mrs Homer Thiel and Rosemary of Hamburg visited Saturday in the home of Mr and Mrs Max Patterson and girls. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Roweh, Faith Ann and Larry Garnei were Sunday visitors in the Ray Agard home. They also attended the Smith-Haack wedding Sunday evening in the Liver-' more Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs James Mallory visited Wednesday to Saturday in Cedar Rapids with her grandmother Mrs M. S. Kohl. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty and son Norman visited her par-, ents, the Rev and Mrs A. S. Beckman in Cedar Rapids Sunday. Mr and Mrs Loren Apptn- zeller and son Mark oi Eagle Grove visited her patents, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel Satufday. Mrs lames Bowman, Marty and Martha of Lynn Haven, Fla.. arrived Friday for an extended visit in the parental, Mr aftd Mfl J. O. Marty home. Mr and Mrs ftichard Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson Jr., attended the auto faces Sunday evening in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Dale Centner, Gretchen and Tommy were guests Sunday in the cottage of Lloyd Phillips at Spirit Lake. Hauser-Hof Reunion Attending the Hanser-Hof family reunion Sunday at Cedar Heights. Cedar Falls, from Lu- -VGl'fie were Mr and Mrs Edward Hof, Mrs Ella Woito, Milo and Lyell Miller. Mrs John Weiner. Lincoln, Neb., who attended the reunion accompanied Mrs Woito home for a visit. ( At Kin's Funeral Mr and Mrs Harvey Will and sons attended the funeral services held at Rockwel City for his maternal grandmother, Mrs Therese Lenz, 88. Mr and Mrs F, L. McMahon of Algona have announced the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Judith, to G- James Chapman, son of Mr and Mrs J, 0. Chapman of Eagle Grove. • St. Cecelia Catholic church will be the scene of the wedding, which is scheduled for August 31. Miss McMahon is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa {State College, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr Chapman, is & student at Iowa State and a member of Delta Upsilaji fraternity. (UPM Engraving) Danny Smith* 4 Mr$ Don Smith, Jr. had 20 children and several mothers as guests at the fourth birthday party for the Smith's older son, JQanny, June 27. Games and refreshments furnished the afternoon's entertainment after Danny opened his gifts. Mr and Mrs D p. Smith, grandparents of Danny, Were gyestsf at another birthday observance with Mr and Mrs Dor. Smith, Jr. and family that evening. Sunday Brj3» Meal, infant son of Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilges was baptiwd Sunday, June 23 at St. Stiyrei» by Msgr. Qear- Js Tjillges, oldest dau- of Ifce 0*wgld TMJges and ward TbUges, son of Mr and rs Herman Tbilges, were spoo- Mr§ Hanselman Reunion A Hanselman family reunion was held Sunday at porweiler park at West Bend. Sixty-four members and two guests were present. A pot-luck dinner was served. It was voted to meet each year the last Sunday in June. Alyin Hanselman was elected chairman, and Mrs John Hanselman was elected secretary-treasurer. An accident marred the event somewhat when Marlene, three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Hanselman was ac- cidently hit on the head with a croquet mallet by another little tot. Sunday School Picnic An All Sunday school picnic for the Regular. 'Baptist church members will be held Thursday, July 4, at the farm home of Mr and Mrs Earl Loss near Irvington. Hours are from ten a.m. until after the meal. Those attending are requested to bring a basket dinner and table service for the family. Games and contests will be held. At Birthday Party Mrs Eugene Muller recently took her daughter Diana, Kathy and Betty McGuire to Fort, Dodge where they had been invited to attend a birthday party Mrs Owen Booth was giving for her daughter Karen's seventh birthday. Mr and Mrs Booth are former Algerians and Mr Booth was employed in the meat department of the Fareway store. He is with the Fareway company there. At Class Reunion ' Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey attended the 1^7 class reunion of the letter's school at Fairmont, Minn., Saturday. A dinner-dance was held at Hands Park. The class had 100 graduates and of that number 65 were present at the reunion. Visitor Honored Mrs Imelda Engesser gave a coffee Saturday afternoon honoring her sister Mrs Harlan Miller of Costa Mesa, Cal. Guests were classmates and friends of Mrs Miller and a few of Mrs Engesser's neighbors. Benefit Coffee Party The Catholic Daughters will hold a coffee Friday, July 5, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.,m. at the Academy hall. The proceeds are to be used for a highway shrine which has been erected at St. Ann hospital. Faculty Farewell Mrs George Sefrit entertained wives of the schools' faculty, Wednesday evening, in honor of Mrs Robert Stephenson who is moving to Ames and Mrs Earl Legier who is moving to Seymour. ASC Vote Ends Monday, July 8 Only a few more days remain for farmers to cast their ballots in the annual A&C election of community eommitteemen who wilj administer the price-support, acreage allotment, soil bank and cost-sharing conservation programs on the township level the next 12 months. Each of the 5251 farm owners, operators, landlords and ten anti- eligible to vote in the ASC elections in Kogsuth County has be£* mailed a ballot listing the candidates for community committeemen in Ipis township. Next Monday, 4w!y 8, is the final day for marking and returning the ballots to the county ASC office, according to Richard I. Anderson, chair- Win, of the county ASC committee. Veters have a choice of returning their markpd ballots by mail or in person Visitors From Washington Mr and Mrs Norman Larimer of Washington, D. C. have arrived to visit his mother, Mrs Dean Bowman and Mr Bowman and his brother and sister, Dale and Myrna Larimer. Hints Family Reunion Children of Mrs Martha Hintz and the late Fred Hintz gathered at the town hall Sunday for a family reunion. Attending were Mr and Mrs Homer Dodds and daughter-in-law, Mrs Robert Dodds of Algona; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hintz of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Percy Wcgener, daughters, Cynthia and Vivian of Sioux City; Mr and Mrs Francis Wai- rob and children of Mt. Vernon; Mr and Mrs Wallace Rusher and children of Long Island, New York. DUST CAPPING The City of Algona will undertake to duitcap the streets in Algona where* ever the resident* request the service. It will be the responsibility of the MMUT^IW- ^" « Mm i — *». people living in the Individual blocks to petition the city and raise twenty-five dollar* for the work. By bringing in the petition and the $25.00 for each block of work required to the City Clerk, the City will dustcrop your block and go over it as necessary for the balance of the Summer and Fall. Due to the great amount of work the street department has to do this season, this dustcapping will be done in the order of requests submitted, and if we are not able to take care of all requests, we reserve the right to return your money. We assure you we will try to take care of all your requests on k><S**39u»- dustcapping within the physical limits of our department. Signed Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor I I I I I I R LAST CHANCE Side Dress Co rn With Mor-Gro Phillips 66 Anhydrous Ammonia Thttges Good Will Truck The aoad.WUl truck will be in Algona Tuesday, July 16. 4»ye«i Wilton tp danaie is asked to bring them to' the residence ol $4's* r WiU Runchey REMEMBER! IT'S ECONOMICAL! ACTUAL NITROGEN! ONLY We PER LB. DELIVERED TO YOUR FARM RAYS Market ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT RAY'S SPECIAL PRICE I • JACK SPRAT OLEO I I I I I I I I I I 4 89$ I DES MOINES BLEACH And Cleanser 37 4 No Gal. Dep. I I SHINA DISH SPECIAL i Free 39c Sponge 69 The Giant Size I WAFER PICKLES \ • I Shedd's Brand Extra Pt. Fancy NEW POTATOES California White Shafters 10 Ibs IMPORTANT FACTS 1. An adequate supply of nitrogen will HASTEN MATURITY of your corn from 10 days to Two Weeks, and is good insurance against ''Wet Corn," 3. Now that we have adequate moisture, every two or three pounds of Mor-Gro nitrogen will give you an extra bushel of corn. Where else can you buy corn for 20 to 30 cerfts per bushel? Iro? DONT DELAY! Order now from one of the following authorized Mor-Qrc Dealers. Rent an applicator at an unbelievably low cost dealer will applicaie for you for a nominal charge per acre, • ICE CREAM SPECIAL I i Glacier Club Gal. 69c Glacier Club I FROZEN LEMONADE I I SUNKIST 6-Ounce Can IOC Redeem Your SUNKIST Coupons Here LOIN BACK RIBS • For Your J Week-end | Barbecue 49$ Ib Meaty and Succulent E. K, JOHNSON Fenton MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft DAViNPORT ELEVATOR West Bend KRANTZ & KITZINGER Titonka CHAS, EGGERTH City JENSVOLD, INC, Center BODE CO-OP ELEVATOR 6949* Iowa TAYLOR IMPLEMENT Algons HERMAN * ED NORLAND Cylinder FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR LuVerne DE VERE NEWTON Qiiosen LOWELL & GIB SANDVEN Humboldt & C»n«rul Offiw * §t. - ALGQNA, (A. Phone CYpress 4-3548 I DRIED BEEF • Fancy No. 1 • Grade I I I Sliced Neatly HORMEl'S ALL MEAT WEINERS 39c Ib. PAN READY SPRING FRIES 79c *. And Up HOME-MADE BULK (And If* Really Home-Mode) i Potatoe Salad Ib. 39c i i RAYS Market

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