The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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i Zender's Summer Thursday, July 35, 195? Algdna (to.) Uppif Dts Sf. Joe Man To/tes fir/We , 1/vermore, Ju/y 76 KNTFUE STOCK MEN'S SHORT SLKEVE SPORT SHIRTS! Straw is 1 I OB ENTIRE STOCK Entire Slock Men's Summer Weight Slacks Swim Boys' and lien's Styles MEN'S BERMUDA VALUES TO $3.50 VALUES TO $5.00 Sport • Cotton Weight $ Men's Sizes 3 pair! Boys' Slac SUMMER-WEIGHT REDUCED to $ 1". Miss Audrey Jean Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Di'Verne Holmes, of LivcM'mon. 1 , became the bride of Raymond F. Gales, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Gales of St. Joe, on Tuesday, July Iti, at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Livennore. The double ring ceremony was performed at nine o'clock by the Rev. P. M. Sturm, followed by the nuptial Mass. Miss Margaret Gales and John Gales, sister and brother of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaid and best man. Altar boys assisting with the Mass were Bobby Lenertz and Teddy Collins. Nuptial music was furnished by Bill Devine Jr. of St. Joe. He was also the soloist. Ushers were Keith Smith, brother of the bride, and James Gales, brother of the bridegroom; A dinner was served at 12 o'clock at the Maid Rite in Humboldt for the Wedding party and immediate relatives. Forty-five attended. A reception for 75 relatives and guests was held at 3 o'clock at the parish hall. Assisting were Mrs Dale McKibben, Donna Holmes, Mrs Bob Thornton, Mrs Willard Johnson of Waukee. Mrs Harold Frederick, Mrs Ernest Gales, Mrs Bob Wonderly and Mrs Francis Mur- Phy. The bride is 'a 1957 graduate of Twin Rivers High school at Bode. The bridegroom was graduated from St. Joseph's high school at St. Joe. After July 28, the couple will be at home in Des Moines, where Mr Gales is employed. '45, '46 Class Reunions For Ledyard Held Ledyard — The graduates of the Class of '45 and '96 met for their first reunion since graduation on Sunday, July 21, at the Legion Hall with a family picnic dinner. Present representing the class of '45 were: Kathryn Doocy, now Mrs Vincent Engelby of Elmore; Dorothy Klinksiek, now Mr Fred Ploeger, cement contractor, lay the new floor. As the day wore on the heat became more unbearable but the men persisted, with the help of. frequent lunches brought in and served by the women and girls ;md by 2 o'clock a beautiful new floor was completed. Mrs Harold Warner of Ledyard; Rose Marie McDonald, now Mrs Virgel Gelhaus, Ledyard; John Dontje of Buffalo Center; Milton Jorgenson of Swea City; Vis-gel Gelhaus of Ledyard. Representing the class of '46 were: Faye Berhow (Mrs Bob Knutson) of Algona; Phyllis Busch (Mrs John Richardson) Ledyard; Marion Stenzel (Mrs Howard Klinksiek), Ledyard; Lawrence Ternes, Ledyard. Looft Family Reunion Mr and Mrs William Looft from Major, Sask., Canada came last Tuesday to visit brothers and sisters in this vicinity. On Sunday a family reunion was held in their honor in the park at, Swea City. Those from a distance who attended were Mr and Mrs William Looft from Major Sask., Canada, Mr and Mrs Nick Looft, Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Peter Looft, Algona, Misses Amanda and Minnie Looft, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Fred Rasmussen, Renwick, Mrs Anna Reimers, Burt, Mr and Mrs Gnrrett DeWard, Wesley, Mrs Bertha Palmer, Algona, Mr and Mrs Laurance Pingel and family of Algona, Mrs James Harper and sons Waterloo. Those from nearby towns were Mr and Mrs Fred Looft, Mr and Mrs Allan Looft, and children, Mr and Mrs Dennis Looft and children, Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft, Mr and Mrs William Mather Jr., Dr. and Mrs R. .F Snyder all of Swea City, Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel and Mr and Mrs Edward Looft of Ledyard. They Ignored Heat In spite of the intense heat of the past, weeks the work of remodeling the Methodist church has been continued with most of the labor being volunteer work Mrs Lloyd Jorgenson returnee home last week Tuesday afle; spending a week visiting at the home of her daughter and family the Hubert Ketchells at Babbitt, Minn. Marvel Halvorson spent the weekend at Minneapolis visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter and Ann went to Olin to visit Mrs Carpenter's parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swartzell over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Danny Jorgenson are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, July 18th, at the Buffalo Center Hospital. She has been named Cindy Lee. WATERMELON Received WATERMELON Shipment CANTELOPE 29 t 5 ibs - $ COLORED William Fennema left on Monday to begin his new work as traveling agent for the Northwestern Railroad in Des Moines. Mr Fennema has been the local agent here for the past 12 years. Mrs Fennema plans to remain here for the present, being the fourth grade teacher in the Ledyard Community school. Donna Goeke, who is local telephone operator, spent the weekend at her home in Ocheyedan. Mrs Charles Hilferty is assistalft operator. Mr and Mrs William Daley and daughter of Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs Mae Dyer and Mrs Don Dyer and two daughters called on Mrs Eunice Dyer on Thursday of this past week. Mrs Daley was Lucille Dyer before her marriage and lived in Bancroft many years. Mrs Tom Lynch is in the Park Hospital in Mason City. Mrs Mary Bashara and son Thomas left early Sunday morning for Rugby, North Dakota, where they will visit Mrs Bas- haras' brothers and sisters. Mrs Bashara will be sponsor on Sunday at the baptism of her niece. Ella McDonald was in the Blue Earth Hospital on Thursday of last week having her tonsils removed. Mrs Dora Bigelow, Mrs Eleanor Felker and Mrs Marie Orr of Mason City spent last Tuesday visiting Mrs Anna Togerson in her new home here. Mr and Mrs Jerry Warner and Mrs Rose Moulton and Mrs Lena Warner spent Sunday at the lakes at Fairmont. The Methodist Circles will meet as follows this Thursday: The Esther Circle at the home of Mrs Albert Looft at,2:15 in the afternoon with Mrs Marie Halvorson as assisting hostess. The Mary Circle will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs Lena Warner. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and Graig of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and Russell were Sunday evening suppei guests at the home of Mrs Marine Schroeder and daughters Karen Schroeder accompanied the Gades home to visit the rest of the week. A Rabid Skunk Six people in the Titonka area are receiving anti-rabies shots as the result of an experience with pet skunks. Sometime ago three pet skunks were found near the Forrest Willis farm. They were apparently orphaned according to the Tiionka Topic. Two of the smell animals died shortly after being found but the third lived for several week*. It finally reached the stage where it was biting at and chasing children, dogs or anything else. When it died, Dr. R. K. Hill. Titonka veterinarian, was called to examine the animal, and the head was sent to a state laboratory at Ames fo? examination. It was determined that the skunk was rabid. Person* in the area with pets thai Have not received raMn shois have been asked to have the shois administered *! once. Vi GAL. I ICE CREAM HAVANA CLUB, Crushed and Sliced Pineapple 7ozcan JACK SPRAT GUARANTEED FLOUR 10 LB. BAG JUMBO LEMONS LIBBY'S GRAPEFRUIT 2 SECTIONS 303 CANS for PETER PIPER SWEET PICKLES Pt. Jar JACK SPRAT Peanut Butter 12 OZ. JAR MAYFLOWER SPANISH STUFFED OLIVES No. 16 Jar Ic 59 LAKE VALLEY CHEESE 2 LB. BOX C LARGE ROUND CAKE TREAT ANGEL FOOD ..:. Ea/Jc JIFFY - SEVEN VARIETIES CAKE MIXES...,. I for Jc SO GOOD WE SOLD OUT LAST WEEK BUT THERE'S PLENTY THIS TIME ! ! Heiferettes, 100-120 Lb. Quarters NO CHARGE FOR CUTTING AND WRAPPING 33c Ib. FRONT 41 c Ib. HIND SUNKIST - 6 OZ. LEMONADE 5 f°r 49 SNOBOY - 6 OZ. CAN ORANGE JUICE 6 for 89c MINUTE MAID FROZEN COCKTAIL 5 TENDERLOIN END PORK CHOPS...... Lb, HORMEL/S ALL MEAT WEINERS,...__..Lb.39c LEAN, EXTRA GOOD PORK CUTLETS .... Lb, DES MOINES BLEECH GAL. JUG 35 ASSORTED COLORS LUX BEAUTY BARS FRESH WRAP - HEAVY WAX PAPER ASSORTED COLOR BOXES 2 for 49c HORMiL'S ALL MEAT MINCED Lb.49c FOR BAR-B-Q - LSAN SPARE RIBS ....Lb. ALL CUTS - ALWAYS GOOD LAMB and VEAL

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