The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 5
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New Girl's 4-H Club The 29th firl't 4-H club in Kossuiii County wat ttCttUly organized in ihe town of Algona. These girls selected the name of "U-Go-I-Go." Charier members of the group include Judy Ann Alexander, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Evelyn James, Diane Markla, Donna Reefer and Jo Ann Mino. Mrs Wm. Ankenbauer was named as leader. One of the tint activities of the U-Qo-1-ao club will be the holding of a local achievement show. They will **to participate in the county achievement show in the style revue contest. ,t i, Any $irls interested in joining ihe club may contact the local 1 leader or the' County Extension office. Pictured above are the newly elected .officers of the U-Go-I-Go 4-H club. Left to right, front! Diane Markla, vice-pres.; Evelyn James, pres.i sealed: Zulabel Ankenbauer, historian and Judy Alexander, secretary. (UDM engraving). ,i • Carroll Van Hove/ Tftorika Weds At Buffalo Center Titonka —^.Baskets of. white mums and- red roses and slanting candelabra provided the background for the wedding Friday evening, July 5, at 8 o'clock of Leona Mae HeiUand, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Heitland of Buffalo Center, and H. Carroll Van Hove, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove of Titonka. The ceremony took place at the First Congregational Church in Buffalo Center, with Rev. John Engels officiating at the double ring ceremony. The soloist was Sylvester Van Hove, cousin of the groom, who sang. Ushers were John Van Hove of Buffalo Center, cousin of the groom and Roger Aukes, also of Buffalo Center, cousin of the bride. The bride's sister, Donna Heitland, served as maid of honor and another sister, :Judy was bridesmaid, wh.ile Karen Van Hove, sister of the groom and Janice Intermill, cousin of the groom, ww-ecahdtelingtert The groom's brother, Keith Van Hove, was best mail while the bride's' brother, Gerald 'Ifeitlahd served as groomsman. The reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the church parlors with the bridal table decorated in blue and white. Gifts were in charge of Mrs Donald Geiken, Mrs Miller Roskamp, Mrs Keith Hagenson and Elizabeth Wubben. The four tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Herbert Klasse, aunt of the bride, and Sylvia Van Hove, cousin of the groom. Dining room hostess was Mrs Carlih Egesdal, friend of the bride. Mrs George Sachau and Mrs Lermond Intermill, aUnts of the groom poured. Waitresses ^were Janice and Joyce Aukes, Janice Cline and Ellen Van Hove. Helpers in the kitchen was Mrs Raymond Milbrandt, Mrs Joe Abels, Mrs Nordy Nelson, Mrs John Shorlenhaus, Mrs Ingvald Asheland and Mrs Nick Thomsen. The bride and groom left for a few days honeymon when they will return for a few more days and then they will go to Lawton, Okla., to make their home. The groom is in the armed service at Fort Sill, and has six months more to serve. The bride has been secretary to Irving Larson, Superintendent of Buffalo Center schools for the past two years. Auxiliary Election The newly-filected ; officers for ttie American liegiqri. Auxiliary of Titonka met for the first time at the^home of Mrs Bea Garrett. .Those elected -ai .the. July ^meeting were"plresTtfent;^eanSSrfett; Isr 'vice, Mary Oftsterreicher; 2nd vice, Ollie Bruns; Secretary and Treasurer, Patricia Haines; Chaplain, Louise Mechler; Sergeant at Arms, Esther Peterson and Cleo Nelson; and Historian, Galena Zwiefel. Mrs Henry Graefen and daughter, Can-oil of Chicago is visiting at the home of their sister and aunt, Miss Louise Senne and other .relatives. Mr and Mrs John Pannkuk and family, Mr and Mrs Irvin Pannkuk and family, and Miss Alice and Minnie Pannkuk attended the wedding of Alvina Pannkuk and NO. 6 OF A SERIES Home of Mr and Mrs Mike Arends of Algona LENNOX Another ALGONA Home Gets Warm-Air Comfort HEATING WORRIES and furnace-tending chores will never bother the family living here I A NEW, automatic LENNOX warm air furnace gives this extra large house modern comfort and fuel-saving economy with noiseless heating, making living a new pleasure in this home. WHY DON'T YOU, too, plan now to enjoy this modern heating comfort. Whether you're planning on building » new house or modernizing your present one* w« would bo happy to discuss our LENNOX Aire-Flo Heating System with you. AND COMPLETE PLUMBING FIXTURES AND INSTALLATION BY L. S. MUCKEY PLUMBING & HEATING Your Certified LENNOX Pealer - Expert Phone CY 4-2104 12 N. D«4g«, A10on« Donald Hoinke »t Blue Earth, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bradford Buffington sM family, Mr and Mrs Louit Hath tfwl family, Mr end Mrs ftfnff Vlft »6Vt and ftmily and Mr and Mrs J. L. Interrnill and family attended a picnic and outing at Cleat Lake Sunday. " Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe and lune of Algona; Mrs John Rabes *nd Stephen of Norwalk were Sunday evening callers at the Lowell Bentley home. Mr and Mrs Russell Krominga and sons are vacationing ot Superior, Wis. Mf and Mrs Arthur Peterson spent Sunday at the hom* of Mr and Mrs Arthur Loat* and returned Cathy Letts to her horn* after a vacation iti Titonka with her grandparents Mr and Mr* Tom Loats and Mr and Mrs Qeo. Peterson. Mr nd M« Eitert Boyken and family, ec«omj>flfti*d by Miss Jani« tfumnill attended a family reunion of the Boykens at Albert Lea Sunday. Harlan Harms, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Harm** Mferlfn Van hove, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove, Wm, Smidlt, s«n of Mf end Mrs Simon Smidt, and Merle Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson left Tuesday July id, for MaSofi City to re*port for thoir physical examination for the armpd forces. Mr and Mrs. Henry Van Hove were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family. A reunion picnic was held at the Call Park Sunday in honor of MM If Petersoh who will leave for the armed forces Monday, July 15 M: and Mrs Luther Faye and daughter Elaine of Des Moiftes, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Faye of Oakland. Calif., were Sunday guest? at the home of Mr and Mr? Arthur Htnch and sons. Mr and Mrs Richard Isebrand nnd family arrived home Monday after a week's vacation tisiting in Chicago and other points e*st, Mr and Mrs Edward Sathfeff spent the weekend visiting Mra feathoff's mother, Mrs Amundson and Mr and Mrs Arthur Eady at tndianola. A «hower in honor of Mrs David Honken was held Friday evening at the Good Hope Lutheran church parlors with about 60 in attendance. Hostesses were Mesdames Wm. Boyken, Loren Hans, Arend Neeland, O i 1 i e feruni, Jbhh Johnson, Bonho Schutter, Frank Fisher, George Alke, Telko Stecker, Howard Andrews, Henry Baade and Miss Doris Kuchenfeuther. Thursday, July IS, 1957 Atgftfttt (la.) Upp»r Dvt Mettm-S A kitchen shower waa heH Monday evening in the Good Hope Lutheran Church parlors for Mrs ted Andrew Van Hove Assisting with the girts were Wilma Wubben and Florence Spear, sisters-in-law of the bride. Mfs Clarence Van Jtove poured Hostesses wf>re Mesdames: Clifford Krantz, Dick Cosgrove, Del- rnar Kinseth, Herbert Rakow Lester Callies, Arthur Boyken, Ed Brandt, Wm. Rode, Glenn Miller, Frank Fisher, Wm Boyken and Mrs Marjorie Rand. btisineSi Businest Livetmdrt — places in hands July 1st. The Livermofe Texaco Oil station and tank wagon service are now operated by two brothers, Keith and Donald Logue. "Kelly" Gronbnch has taken over the D-X ga$ station which wa.<? formerly opefftt 4 Cd by Harry Clark. El Salvador is the otoly Central American country an Atlantic coastline. PHONE CY 4.383S - YOUR NiWSPAPUt Kool-Aid LEAN! LEAN! TENDERIZED Pork Cutlets Ib. FILLETT - BONELESS PERCH & HADDOCK Ib. Delicious - Easy to Fix - Breaded Ham Patties Ib. Sliced For That Ouick Sandwich HERSHEY'S HAM CHOCOLATE SYRUP _ £ Ib. 59 SMOKED READY TO EAT - BONELESS COTTAGE BUTTS INDIANO CATSUP 2JS5 29c REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE.... 2 6Oz. Cans 29c RATH'S LEAN SLICED MULBERRY B A C ON Ib. HUNT'S TOMATOES No. 303 Cans 336 - A BARGAIN - HORMEL'S & RATHS CANNED HAMS ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 Ib. 1.89 MORRELL'S GOLDEN LARD 69c OUR U. S. D. A. GRADED CHOICE BEEF IS THE FINEST TRY OUR STEAKS AND COMPARE! Wheaties PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY VAN CAMP'S PORK AND BEANS. 2 16Oz. Cans 25C SALAO DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP By Popular Demand Quart Jar 49C FROZEN LEMONADE 2 6Oz. Cans 19C Spam 12 Oz. Can 39' Creamettes 8 Ox. Pkg. FLAVOR-KIST Sandwich COOKIES Hi Lb. PEAS 45$ 2 29 •••••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••• DOLE LIQUID STARCH STA-FLO BORDEN'S All Flavor* SHERBET CRUfHID -CHUNK - TIDBITS CIDER - BULK VINEGAR SUNKIST LEMONS dozmXc CHARLESTON OBEYS WATERMELONS.... from 89c

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