The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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2-Algona (Id.) UpfMf D«i Motn»t Thursday, July 11, 1957 Wed Ai Ooftd Saturday afternoon, June 22, Alice fi^arl Smith, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Frank A. Smith of Algohfr, became the bride of Elvin R. Moore, son of Mrs Harold Smith of Algona, at Good Hope Methodist church with Rev. Paul Hanson officiating at the double ring ceremony. 'Allen Reed of Algona sang "Oh Promise Me" and "I Love You Truly." The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a ballerina length gown of rose point lace over-satin, with heart shaped neckline studded with pearls and came to a point at the waist, A floating panel was attached at the shoulders. The gown was sleeveless and had a full skirt. She wore elbow mitts of net •which came to a point at the wrists. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara effect headpiece, studded with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of red and white rpses on a white Bible. The maid of honor was Dorothy Beisch of Algona. k Gerald Hanson of Algona, cousin of the groom and Eric Smith a brother of the bride served as ushers. A reception was hold in the church parlors with 100 present. The guest book was in charge of Mrs Raymond Hanson, a sister of the bride. Gifts were in charge of Judy Gregory and Linda Penticost of Algona. Betty Beisch and Vera Behrends poured while Mrs Lloyd Stciman of Algona cut and served the wedding cake. Members of the church ladies aid were on the kitchen committee. The couple left immediately on a short honeymoon. The bride attended Algona public school and for the past six months has been employed by the Algona Produce in Algona. The groom graduated from the Titonka high school in 1950 and served four years in the U.S. Navy. Since his release on Feb. 20 he has been employed by Safl- de Construction Co. of Humboldt. They will nuke their home in Algona. Stell • CummingB Nuptials Elizabeth Ann Steil, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Gregory, Algona, and George Steil, Clear Lake, became the bride of Larry Cummings, Friday evening, June 21, at 7 p.m. in the home of Dr. and Mrs B. K. Bahnson of Burt. The candlelight, double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Paul Hanson of the Good Hope Methodist Church. The bride was attired in a blue nylon street length dress with white accessories. Her attendant, Mrs Joel Miller, Grand Meadow, Minn, was attired in a yellow street length dress with white accessories. The groom was at tended by Joel Miller, Grand Meadow, Minn. * A reception was held in the Bahnson home. Dorine Fraser. Burt, cut and served the wedding cake, after tb° traditional first piece of cake was cut by the bride and groom. Mrs Joel Miller had charge of the guest book. The bride is a graduate of the Burt high school. The groom attended Burt high school and is presently in this Navy. The couple will live in Corona, Calif, where the groom is stationed. Diane Sheppard, 3 Mrs Duane Sheppard entertained several little boys and girls and their mothers on July 2, in honor of the third birthday of her daughter, -Diane. Those present were Mrs Louis Ferstl, Judy and Nancy, Mrs Louis Schumacher, Patricia, Darlene and Jimmy, Mrs Francis Kollasch, Kathy and Paul and the honoree's grandmother, Mrs Earl Sheppard. Coffee Party Hostess Mrs George St. John entertained at a coffee Tuesday morning for Mrs Mattie McWhorter and her guest, Mrs Ada Webster of Pocahontas. Card Club Hostess Mrs Veronica Roethler was hostess to the members of her card club Tuesday afternoon. At Family Picnic Mrs Leslie Ross attended a Van Gundy family picnic at the Mason City park Sunday. CHAMPLIN SERVICE OH, BY THE WAY. - WE GOT SOME GOOD GAS AND OIL OVER HERE Mr and Mrs Claude Samson had as a guest Tuesday Clarence "Jack" Stebbins, of Good Thunder, Minn. Dr. Charles Cretzmeyer and his wife have been hero from Philadelphia, Pa., visiting his mother Mrs C. H. Cretzmeyer and Jane. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool returned home Wednesday alter four weeks at their ranch near Gokl- cn, Colo. They also visited friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders are being visited a few days by Mr and Mrs Henry Schurrman, of Denver, Colo., who arrived Thursday (today;. Mr and Mrs H«Vey Raih plaft io attend the Rath family reunion Sunday at Fairmont. Minn. Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf and Brian spent 'Sunday evening .at Swea City with Mr and 'Mrs Marvin Simonsmeir. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley are in Minneapolis, htis week Visiting their son-in-law and daughter VIr and Mrs Richard Boisjolie. Mrs Leo Thilges was hostess io the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous week Mrs M. R. Wagner was the hostess. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath had as dinner guests Sunday' their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, Connie and Jerry of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Arthur Risiau have been visited by the latter's sister Eleanor Rahm, of Richland, Wash, pick Ristau, the son, droye back with her and will remain for an indefinite time. . Mrs Melvin Olson and Mrs Loyal Young drove to Fairmont, last week Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs Carroll Johnson. Mr Merman Lindeman underwent surgery at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday, and is convalescing there now. Mr and Mrs A* J. Rlcklefs, the former's parents Mr and Mrs W. H. Ricklefs and Mr and Mrs Herbert Klasse, of Titonka spent July fourth at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Chris Bowen of Des Moines are parents of a daughter, Karen Kay, born there July 9. Mrs Ann Madsen is great- grandmother of the baby. ' Lloyd Martin. Springfield, Mo., arrived July 3 to transact business here. He also visited his mother, Mrs Cora Martin. They spent July Fourth at Webster City and he left for home July 5. Mr and Mrs Karl Willason were visited one day recently by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Don Willason and family, of Waterloo who were en- route to the Black Hills on vacation. > Mr and Mrs Claude Samson were visited this week by Mr and Mrs Robert Bates and four children, of Phoenix, Ariz. Robert is Mr and Mr* Ira Bonneite and Mr and Mrs Orrie Peterson spent Sunday al Marshalltown attending a Bonnette family picnic. Mr and Mrs Roy Richardson are being visited a few days this week by the Rev. and Mrs Ray Richardson and family, of Stew- arfville, Minn. Bert Cronan and Mrs Joe Hen* ry drove to Mason City Monday to meet ,the former's daughter Mrs James Cronin, of- Plainview, Tex., who will spend two weeks here with her pafents. Marilyn Kay Renlz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz, has been confined to her home the past ten days with pneumonia and the three day measles. Mr and Mr* C. 3. Erlander have as their guest, Mr Erlander's mother, • Mrs J. C. Erlander of Minneapolis. 'She arrived here last Thursday and will remain until this weekend. f Mr and, Mrs Oliver Carlson have returned from a vacation trip to the west and Pacific Northwest and to British Colum- bia. They stopped at Boise, Ida. and visited Governor Robert Smiley, son of ,a former Methodist minister here. The governor was born at Corwith. Mrs Martha Van Dorstan and daughter Thelma concluded a visit here Sunday with Mrs Alice Pierce and Mrs Elizabeth Post and left for Clear Lake to visit Mrs Van Dorstan's brother and bister-in-law Mr and Mrs Walt Post. The visitors will also go to Spillville before returning home. Johnson was recently dismissed ^ nephew of 'Mrs Samson. They from the hospital following sur- • -•--"-' »» ---» »«— in.!—. gery. , •-.....->• A picnic dinner was held Sunday at Mrs'Alice Clayton's. In attendance were Mr and Mrs W. C. Dewel, Ida Peterson, Mrs Vernonca Roethler and Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler, of Livermore. vi g ited Mr and Mrs victor Parsons. . ' , j ! Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer have as guests this week and over the weekend their son Dr. Floyd Sawyer of Kansas City, Mo., and their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs H. W. New:and family, of Neveda. See 'em made right in our store window ! FRIDAY FROM p.m. & 7-9 p U)M 2-4 p.m. AND WHILE YOU'RE AROUND LOOK OVER OUR Beta ounters They'll 60 Parked Right Out On The Sidewalk Where You Can Rub Elbows, Trying To Pick Out Ypur Bargains! AT rifc I The Hardware Store On The North Side of the Street : ( LARRY'S SPECIAL COUPON RIDIKALUS DAZE SPECIAL ! Bring This Coupon IT ENTITLES BEARER TO: CREDIT On 6-Pack Of Beer CREDIT On A Case Of Beer LARRY KNOLL, Prop. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Good On Any Brand of Beer — 6-Packs 78c Up — Cases 2.93 Up Larry's Recreation Prices for Thursday, Friday, S&tmfay (July 11-12-13) Quantity Eights Reserved WORRELL'S PRIDE READY-TO-EAT Skinless and Shankless f6-!8- BUTT PORTION 12-LB. LUG MORNING LIGHT WHITE MEAT CHUNK STYLE FRESH WASHINGTON MOORPARKS 20-Inch HOME COOLER LETTUCE SUNKIST FRESH FROZEN OUR SPECIAL PRICE UTAH BING CHERRIES 12-Lb. Lug . 17c I TOMATOES 23c 3ooch'i Great Northern Beans/ Superb Whole Peeled Halves Apriccfs c Cabin Brand Cut Wax Beans . 21 .Superb Dark Red A l?t KIDNEY BEANS 2<^Z5 Superb, Finest Packed SPINACH Bupcrb Medium Size SWEET PEAS Finest Brand SPAGHETTI Superb Hearts of GRAPEFRUIT Morning Light Golden CORN 1 No. 303 Cans LEMONADE REGULAR or PINK fie?. Robb-Ross SUM-R-AID COFFEE Drip or Regular Grind Vacuum Pack Tin BEVERAGE SYRUP ASSORTED FLAVORS | Ik>Ule .1'-. Make. .V' 1 7 PlnU .' •!'.' PINT "'BOTTLE'- SARAN WRAPV CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE NEW! REAL KILL SCOTT'S POTATO CHIPS 14 01, bag 39c DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. can 25c "S 33c DETERGENT LARO6 pices. SHEFFIELD DILL PICKLES qt. jar 25c KRAFT DELUXE MARGARINE Lb,

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