The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 11
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Go Back To School WITH A TYPEWRITER New and Used SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON HUTZELL'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES Read The Want Ads - It Pays I ONE COW OR STEER SAVED May Pay for Several Season's Supply of Nox Bloat The Cattle - Sheep Mineral With BUILT-IN BLOAT CONTROL SELF FEED or TOP DRESS or MIX NOX-BLOAT GIVES YOU MORE • Increased Penicillin Protection • Increased Rumen Bacteria Activity • Increased Trace Mineral Content • Stabilized Vitamins A and D • Increased Control of Shipping Fever Get NOX-BLOAT for Cattle and Sheep At Your Feed Dealers Now Another Farm Tested Product of the AMERICAN YEAST CO. - CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. Listen to Uncle Stan, the Weatherman, WHO — Tuesday and Thursday at 5:55 A.M. Dealers in This Area PLUM CREEK ELEVATOR Algona REIDEL FEED Burt MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft FARMERS COOP' Fenlon ROBINSON PRODUCE Algona BURT PRODUCE Burt JENSEN FEED Fenton IRVINGTON COOP Irvinglon FARMERS COOP Lone Rock ELEV. FARMERS COOP Ledyard ELEV. FARMERS COOP Titonka WALLINGORD COOP Wesley ISENBRAND PRODUCE Titonka WHITTEMORE COOP Whittemore Seneca Man Weds Aug. 3 In Armstrong Nuptials Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper — Miss Maxine Hypes, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Hypes of Armstrong became tha bride of Jerry Crouch, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch of Fenton in a double ring ceremony performed at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, Aug. 3. Rt.'v. L. J. Eisenbacher performed the ceremony and celebrated the- nuptial high mass. Mrs Ed Schwartz accompanied Kay Fitzgerald of Armstrong who sang. The bridal bouquet was of sweetheart rosebuds on a white prayer book from which fell white satin streamers entwined with white carnations. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs Robert Schrieber of Armstrong, Cheryl Garde also of Armstrong, and a cousin, La Vonne Leonard of EstheWille. The bridegroom's attendants were Bob Swartz of Armstrong, Roger Osborn of Esthei ville and Albert Eleason of Plainfield, Minn. The flower girls were cousins of the bride, little Rose Mary Higgins of Curlew and Kathy Giltnan of Emmetsburg. The ring bearer was Lynn Priest of Wells, Minn., a cousin of the bride, who carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Ushers were Jerry Beaver of Ringsted, Gerald Kennedy of St. Louis, Missouri and Billy Shafer of Fort Dodge. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Joleen Hypes and Bonnie Crouch registered the guests, Janice Carrey of Des Moines and Shirley Leonard of Emmetsburg served punch and Dorothy Cas- s'em and Mrs Roger Osborn were dining room hostesses. Presiding at the silver service were Mrs Leo Gilman of Emmetsburg, an aunt of the bride, and Mrs Gene Abbott of Algona, a cousin of the groom. The beautifully decorated 4- tiered wedding cake topped by a lace heart motif, blue birds and bells centered the refreshment table which was beautifully op- pointed with silver and candelabra and decorated in the bride's colors of blue' and white. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Russel Kauffman and was cut and served by Mrs Dick Higgins of Curlew, an aunt of the bride. Waitresses were Marilyn Haworth, Karen Loofl, Marlene Askeland and Helen Kinander all of Armstrong. The gifts were opened and displayed by Charlene Easly of Des Moines, Charlene Gangsted and Janet Halvorson of Armstrong and Irene Correy of Rippey, Iowa. • v ' ; • The bride is a graduate 01 Armstrong High School and has been employed at Bankers Life at Des Moines. The groom was graduated from Seneca High School and is taking a veterinarians course at Iowa State College. The young couple will be at home early September at 1215 Clark St. at Ames where the groom will continue his college work. The Seneca Stars 4-H club WW / never an after-thirst t* What a difference! Unlike syrupy soft drinks, Squirt really quenches your thirst. Squirt is refreshing, not filling. You'll like its clean, fresh flavor of pure fruit and the tangy sparkle that makes Squirt the perfect mixer. Buy Squirt in the thrifty 6-pack ""-- Carton, CRYSTAL SPRINGS BOTTLING WORKS, ESTHERVIUfi, IQWA held their local achievement show at the Seneca Lutheran church parlors Thursday evening. Many mothers and other guests were present and watched the articles which the girls had made judged by Mrs Charles Gutnecht and Mrs Henry Looft. The Senior girls judging contest was won by Lois Wilberg while Barbara England will represent the Sparklers. Both girls will represent their clubs at the county judging contest at the fair. Marilyn Johannesen was chosen as the Style Revue girl and the team demonstration will bo presented by Sharon Dorsey and Marilyn Johannesen. Mrs Melvin Madsen, Dorothy and Caroline and Mrs Sig Loge spent last weekend at Des Moines where Caroline was the recipient of a sewing machine which she had won through a contest. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge took their son Gary also Janet Geilenfeld and Marlene Jensen to Decorah Sunday where the young people will attend a Luther League Leadership School being held this week at Luther College. The group left early Sunday morning so that they might do some sight seeing. They planned to stop at Spillville and see the Billy Clocks and also go through the museum at Decorah. Loren Holmes Rites August 1 AtLivermore Livermore — Loren Ellsworth Holmes was born in Livermore, Sept. 6, 1886, and passed away July 27 of a heart attack at his home in Livermore, at the age of 70. He grew up in Livermore, graduating from high school In 1906. He was a member of the Methodist church. Loren was united in marriage to Ruby White of Livermore, Jan. 18, 1915. To this union 4 children were born. Loren was a retired carpenter and but for a few years away had spent his life in Livermore. Survivors include his wife, Ruby; daughter (Lorene), Mrs Ed Reimers of Fenton; son, Donald D. Holmes of Livermore; son, Herbert L. Holmes H.M.C. of the U.S. Navy and other relatives. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Livermore, Thursday, August 1, with Rev. Robert Phillips of Laurens officiating. Casket bearers were Herbert Raney, Stanley Seger, Howard Barton, Robert Gronbach, Virgil Smith, and Forbus Stiltz. Burial was in the Union cemetery-at Livermore. ' Dr. and Mrs Beardsley drove her mother, Mrs Annie Boeynik to Rhinelander, Wis., recently where she will stay with her daughter, Mrs Bernice Purmal. While there they attended a family gathering and an alumni and dedication of a new high school at Matton, Wjs. All the classes back to 1910 were notified of the dedication and 600 attended. "Skip" Davis, son of Mr and Mrs Cramer Davis, has signed a contract to be head football coach and industrial arts teacher at Wabasso, Minn. He expects to start football practice Aug. 19. There was a dinner and social afternoon Sunday at the Ralph Kenne home in honor of Mrs Kenne's cousin, Sister Mary St. Joseph of Phoenix, Ariz., and her .companion, Sister Mary Urslina. There was a family gathering at the Henry Zeimet home Sunday in honor of Mrs Zeimet's sister, Sister Marcellita of Chicago and her companion Sister Erno- gena. Relatives who attended came from Hazel Green, Wis., Mountain Lake, Comfrey, Marshal and Glenville, Minnesota, Sioux City, Lone Rock, Algona West Bend, Cylinder, St .Joe and Livermore. 115 attended. Sister Marcellita is the daughter of Ben Geisch of Livermore, David McClean of Lytton will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday in the absence of Rev. Stevens who is attending a camp at Cedar Falls. Rev. Sturm is a surgical patient at Rochester. Services were conducted last Sunday by the Rev. Dwyer of Sioux City and next Sunday a priest from Fort Dodge will be in charge. At this writing Father Sturm is recovering satisfactorily. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met in the church fellowship hall Thursday with Mrs Donald Armstrong and Mrs Danny Insko as hostesses. The lesson was given by the president, Mrs 'Fred Hintz. The Walther Leaguer held a "Slave Auction" July 29 at which time the young people sold their services to make money to help defray the expenses of the con- v-ntion they will have here in October. Their regular meeting was held Thursday evening, with Colleen, Mike ,and Ronald Boge as hosts. Rev. Heck and family are enjoying a visit from his sister and her family of Milwaukee. The Equality Club held its annual mid-summer meeting last Thursday. It was a picnic supper at the home ofJessamjne Miller. Plans were discussed {or next year's calendar. Mr and Mrs Karsten Kvitli have sold their home to Mr and Mrs Otis Lane and left for San Diego, Calif, where Mr Kvitli expects to find work. Charles and Gloria Jennings have returned to their home in South Dakota alter spending a week with their aunt end Thursday, Atfgtntf 6, 19$? Alaena (la.) Uppit D«* MolnM-9 Mr and Mrs K. C. Howard. Mrs Clytie Roepke who is staying with Margaret Malin, became ill last Thursday. Mr and Mrs Alan Cameron of Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs Ed Roepke of Algona visited her Sunday. • Portland Twp. iy Mn. Victdf Fitch Mr Henry Hi* and daughter, Mrs Lawrence Kelly of Westover, South Dakota, and son Ivan Hix of White River arrived in Algona Wednesday for the funeral of Mr P. W. Hansen and were Thursday evening supper guests at the Victor Hix home. Mrs Ray Fitch and Charles Clark visited Saturday afternoon at the George Johnson home. The Johnson's daughter, husband and family, the Chris Hells of Bay City, Oregon and granddaughter, Patty Craven of Warrenton, Ore. are spending a few days visiting at the Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Leo Clark were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga of Rockford, 111. are visiting at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Frank Walton and children, Mrs Ed Hubbel and Cindy and Mrs Minnie Sperring of Plover. Mrs Sperring stayed for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson Barry, Randy, Kevin and Holly returned home early Sunday morning from a ten day visit in Oregon and Washington. They stopped Saturday at the Black Hills and Bad Lands. Miss Myrna Norland spent Sunday visiting Miss Linda Nelson. George Wagnon, Tracy Stone. Gary and Greg Michaelsen and Terry Nelson were Sunday afternoon callers at the Nelson home. A fellow doesn't need to be ashamed of what he didn't do as much as what he didn't try to do. 4 From County S.U.I. Graduates Four Kpssuth county students. Mrs Virginia Frislodt McLeran, Algona; Diane R. Welp, Bancroft: Randall L. Webb, Swea City; and Mrs Anna Diers Geske, Ti'tonka, were among 677 gradautes who received degrees during summon commencement exercises at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, last night, Wednesday, Aug 7. University President Virgil M Handler conferred the degrees at 7:30 p.m. in the university field- house. Mrs McLeran received a bachelor of science in nursing degree- Miss Welp a bachelor of arts; Mr Webb a master of arts; and Mrs Geske a master of arts during the ceremonies. The class was the largest to graduate at summer exercises since 1951., TWIN CALVES The Lauren Stapher farm near New Hampton produced two seta of twin calves, within • a single week, recently. They are Hoi- steins and all are in good health. 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