The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
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*~Alg»fta (lo.) tfpptt DM MolnM Thursday, August IS, t957 NA U P P E RD,£ G AA O .1 N E S ' Krieps-Loss Nuptials Joan Krieps, daughter of Joe Krieps of Wesley and the late Alice Forburger Krieps, and Merle Loss, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Loss, of Algona, were married August 7 at 9 o'clock in -. Sfc Joseph's Catholic church in ^Yesley. Fr. L. N. Klein read the double ring ceremony and nuptial mass and 500 persons attended. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white chantilly tulle over nylon net and satin with a Sabrina neckline and long sleeves. A Basque bodice with deep points in front and back and a headpiece of imported English illusion was held in place by an open crown of pearls and sequins. She wore a pearl necklace and ear rings, gifts of the bridegroom, and carried a spray of carnations centered by an orchid. Her attednants were Darlene Dornbier, Faye Loss, and Mary Ann Erpelding. Jackie Krieps was ring bearer and Mary Jane Mergen was the flower girl. " The bridegroom was attended •by Dean R. Loss, Darrell Downs, and Jerry Krieps. All wore white jackets, navy trousers and white carnation boutonnieres. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party in the Al Erpelding home by the bride's aunts, Mrs Erpelding and Mrs Larry Youngwirth. Mrs Joe Henry and Mrs John Bleich of Britt poured and Mrs R. J. Ryan of Garner served the cake, Merle Garman and Russ Bleich, cousins of the bride, were mass servers at the wedding mass. A noon dinner for 158 guests was served at the Plantation ballroom near Whittemore. A reception was held at 2:30 p.m. and a dance that evening. As- .sisting in the reception were the Mesdames Ryan, Maydalene Bleich, and Joe Henry. | Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple will live in Algona. To Wed Sept. 11 Mr and Mrs Mark McGuire oi St, Joe, announce the engagement; and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ann, above to 3Ey»est Berte, son of Mr and .Mrs John Berte, St, Joe. The wedding is planned for Sept. 11 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe, Jjeverly Gerber and Janice were honored by a double .jji shower on Friday eve* at the Arthur (Jade home. ..„., honorees received many lovely .gift*. The evening was 'ing games and contests, Betty Be»ch end read- Gade and Delores •be opened their Beverly " Legion Auxiliary Meets The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night, and a report on the state convention in Dos Moines was given. Mrs Robert . Carr, Hospital Equipment Chairman, reported another bed was purchased for use of people in the community. The following committees and chairmen were named by the •President, Arlene Kenyon: Gold Star — Mildred Nelson, Florence Bjustrom; Membership — Fern Specht, Ada Hardgrove; Education — Dorothy Muckey, Joyce Heeren; Rehabilitation — Marie Lampright, Marie Ogren; Legislation, National Defense, Civil Defense — Nell Larson; Americanism — Maxine Merryman, Delores Hopkins; Community Service —r Erma Lea Deim, Anna Merrill; Child Welfare, Pan-American—Golda Guderian; Poppies and Memorial — Ann Clark, Rena , Hanson; Junior Activities — Phyllis Carr; Unit Activities — Jane Cowan; Pub- .licity — Bert Carr. The Auxiliary sponsors the crippled children clinic held at St. Ann Hospital each year, of which Nell Larson is permanent chairman. Rich Family Reunion A Rich family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Ethan Light and Patty of Emmons, Minn., Mr and Mrs Howard Vandergrief of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Don Nelson of Glenville, Minn., Mr and Mrs Walter Rich and Mr and Mrs Raymond Walker of Burt, Mr and Mrs Robert Walker of Whittemore, Mrs Nettie Rich, Mr and Mrs John Rich, Mr and Mrs George Rich, Mr and Mrs Ed Rich, Mr and Mrs John Sabin and granddaughter, Nancy Swanson, of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Dan Fisher, Mr and Mrs Vern Walker, Mr and Mrs Merlin Walker, Mrs Violet Walker, Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom, Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin and Mr and Mrs William Drayton and the respective families, Mrs Nettie Rich was the oldest person in attendance and the youngest was ' the nine months old son of Mr and Mrs Vander- grief, ' The Royal Neighbors had a picnic supper Wednesday at 6:30 at the lodge hall. ftafherlfie Prase* Weds Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser and son Bill, Mr and Mrs Charles Schlievert, Doreen Fraser and Opal Kern went to Minneapolis Friday to attend the wedding Saturday morning, August 10 of Kntherine Fraser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser. to Joseph Dews. The ceremony took place in St. Michael's Catholic church at St. Paul. Mrs Dews has been employed with the telephone company. Mr Dews is a student at St. Thomas rollegc-. Coffee Party Honors Mrs Melvin Christensen was honored at a coffee party and handkerchief shower Friday at the home of Mrs William Ridge. Hostesses besides Mrs Ridge were Mrs Paul James and Mrs Richard McGinnis. Neighbors who attended were Mesdames Glen Raney, Hugh Willey, Alton Quintard, Alvin Petersen, Louis Egel, Tony Elbert and Robert Carney. The Christensens are moving to a home on East State St. Butts Family Reunion A family reunion was held at Mr and Mrs Frank Butts with all the children home: Dorothy, of Washington, D. C., Mr and Mrs Charles Buss and Stevie of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Bob Butts and Mr and Mrs Herbert Butts of DCS Moines and Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson. Mary Wirt- jcs, a sister of Mrs Butts, was also here from Colorado Springs. Seventh Birthday Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl entertained at an evening party Friday, August 2, in honor of the seventh birthday of their son Larry. Guests were Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and family and Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen and family of Whittemore. The time was spent social- At Wallher Convention Norma Gallon, Donna Reefer, Carl Kinne, Jerry Meyer and Dennis Seefeld attended the National Walther League convention held August 11 to 14 at Stillwater, Okla. They are members of the Trinity Lutherap church. Nancy Schmidt, 7 Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt entertained at -dinner Sunday in honor of the seventh birthday of their daughter Nancy. Guests were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover of Burt, the grandmother, Mrs Hattie Schmidt and the aunt, Mrs Leone Baker. Mr and Mrs Al Eischeid and son Merlin spent Aug. 1 at Car- rojl attending the wedding of z niece, Verena Eischeid. That evening a group of relatives and friends surprised the Eischeids on their 30th anniversary at a hall in Roselle. The evening was spent socially. Mr and Mrs Lyle Anderson have as guests the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs M. B. Knoll and family of Baltimore, Md. They are moving to Denver, Colo., where Mr Knoll will continue in the employ of the Martin aircraft company. Mr and Mrs M. C. Mclcalf have returned from the Okobojis where they had spent the summer at the cottage. The daughter Ronette is returning Monday from San Diego, Cal., where she had spent several weeks with her grandmother, Mrs Virginia Metcalf, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall spent the weekend at the Oko-' bojis in the Mrs William Oatman cottage. Mrs Oatman is mother of Mrs Bob McDougall. Bob is a son of the W, C. McDougalls of Menasha, Wis. The senior Mc- Dougalls left Wednesday on a business trip to Winona, Minn. Mr and Mrs Al Eischeid attended a dinner given in honor of their new granddaughter, Diane Evelyn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Knecht of Wesley, who was baptized Sunday by Rev. Klein at St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mr Wilbur Knecht, Whittemore and Mrs Francis Froehlich, Algona. Little Diane arrived at St. Ann hospital, Aug. 1 which day also was the 30th wedding anniversary of the maternal grandparents, the Al Eischeids. , A font of type is a complete assortment of all the characters of a particular style and size of type. Two Injuries In County Crashes Two mishaps during the weekend on county roads resulted in injuries for two persons, George Uken, 27, and George Doocy, Jr., 26, both of Titonka. Ukcn received cuts, bruises and contusions and Doocy contusions on his back when an auto driven by Frank L. TJll- mann, 24, Titonka, failed to make a curve three miles northeast of Algona on the Plum Creek black- Strange Illness Strikes Girl, 12 Swea & Eagle — Janet Preston, 12 year uld daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Preston, became ill sometime ago, and entered Estherville hospital two weeks ago. A week later she entered St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn, where the past week she has undergone examination to determine her illness. No definite report has been made. Her mother, Mrs H. Preston, and grandmother, Mrs Olson remained in Rochester. Other members of family have made trips to Rochester. Boy, 2, Has A Narrow Escape A two year old Iryington lad, Kirk Vitzthum, luckily escaped serious injury when run over by a wagon load of oals Monday morning on the farm of his parents, MJr and Mi's George Vitzthum. He suffered a cracked rib and arm injury in the mishap. Kirk's brother, Gar'y, 10, was driving a tractor pulling the wagon loaded with oats while preparing to grind some feed. Kirk got between the tractor and wagon and the wheels of the wagon went over his shoulder and back. Kirk was treated by a doctor and is now being cared for at home. WANT ADS For Sale Specials at ALGONA IMPLEMENT • * * APPLIANCES SPECIAL 1 Used Hot Point Deluxe Elec. Range. A-l 1—New RCA 3 /4 T Air Cond. 189.95 1—New 11-fl. upright Admiral freezer Special $199.95 I—New 10 ft. Admiral refrigerator Special $179.50 TRUCKS 1—1948 K5 with 16 ft. stock rack and grain box $575 1—1949 F5 Ford 6 with rebuilt engine & LWB $550 1—1951 I.H. L185 truck-tractor with near new RD-372 engine, air brakes and 5th wheel $1295 TRACTORS 1—1950 Ford 8 N tractor with mounted Superior, Jr. Farm Hand Loader. 1—1948 MH 44-6 overhauled and , with 4-row cult. 1—1941 M—A-L with power pack MOWERS 1—No. 16 I.H. 7 ft. mounted mower for H or M tractor. A-l shape , $75.00 1—20 Inch Mozall mower with 3.6 H. P. Kohler motor. A 1 condition 1—Near-new 7 ft. New Idea semi- mounted mower with rubber caster wheel $250.00 1—18" Jacobson rotary mower. 1—Mounted 7 ft. mower for F-14 or H FarmalL Several reel type mowers. MISCELLANEOUS , 1—1952 IH No. 62 Combine with motor and pickup attach. Always shedded 1—Steel flare box. like new $90 I—No. 8 I.H. L-G 214 plow on rubber with high speed slat bottoms.. A bargain. 1—Char-Lynn Hyd. pump with mountings for F-20, 1—Used JD Hammer Mill 1—1955 Long 60 (Dearborn) Baler IN ALGONA SEPT. 4th! SEE IT AT t ft Sclmltz Bros w!ih motor — gfweial 1—No. 8LG 3-14 Plow with Plow Chief slat boMcan* and tub* her tires. 2—Used Mounted Sprayers — bargains 1—2 wheel HItiftf flat bed frailer 1—JD Hammer Mill 1—Hammer Mill Belt 1—3F Power Washing Cream Separator (near row) — $150 1—M-M Wire Tie Bailer (A-l)-~ $250 1—J. D. cylinder shatter, complete _| 50 2—IH single unit milker pail* complete with pump and pipe line. 1—Overhead wagon hoist 1—Speed jack BALEft TWINE 'Yellow Devil', made in Denmark $8.10 SEE OUR SPRAYERS AJJD GET A DEAL • * * ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1417 Commercial St. Phone CY 4-3501 Wanted WANTED — CLEANING LADY for one day a week. Algona Theatre. See Dick Phillips, Mgr. 33tf. WANTED — MIDDLE AGED woman to care for 4 yr. old child and live in. Write box 69-0. Algona. 33* FARMER WANTED IN THE Algona area for full or part time work in artificial insemination. Must have farm background and late model car. No training necessary, be trained by the Curtiss Candy Company Farms. When applying give complete details references and telephone. Apply to Curtiss Improved Stud Service, Box 404, Mason City, la. 33-34 WANTED — TO BUY SCRAP iron, tractors and old machin- ery, fin and wire picked up fro<\ Leonard Pesicka, phone CY 4-4508. 32-33* MAN WANTED — FOR McNESS Route. Make good money, be your own boss. Sell famous McNess Products — sealed medicines, Vitamins. Extracts, Food Products, Brushes and Brooms to town and country families. Use your car and our capital. Get the facts. Write me today giving your name and address. Mr Millard Clawson, FURST-McNESS COMPANY, Freeport. 111. 33-35* HELP WANTED — WAITRESS and part-time cook. Closed Sunday and Holidays. Grotto'? Cafe. 32-33 WANTED 4 Farmers in this County to act as Farmer Dealers for our Livestock Feed Supplements and Supplies. Write FD in care of this paper for confidential interview 1 . 32-33 Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful thanks toward neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughfulness will always be remembered. Mr and Mrs Howard Funnemark. 33* CAftD 6f THANKS We want to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for the many kind and sympathetic acts shown us during mir recent bereavement. Also thanks to the ladies that prepared and served the meal. Mrs August Harig and family 33* CAftD OF THANKS Words cannot adequately express our deep appreciation for the many kind and sympathetic acts that came to us at the time of our recent bereavement. Mr and Mrs John F. Weber, Mr and Mrs E. Robert Stephens. 33* From Rusk Dr ug BIG 25c TABLET : 19c 15c PENWORTHY STENO BOOK 13c 25c PENWORTHY COMP. BOOK 23c LOOSE LEAF ORGANIZER LV. 9c 98c »c SWINGLINE TOT "50" - Complete STAPLING KIT .... REG. CARTER'S 15c WHITE PASTE PLUS MANY OTHER BACK-TO-SCHOOL BARGAINS CLIPBOARDS Regularly 59c • FOR 39c REG. 39e CARD INDEX FILE BOXES 29c BINNEY & SMITH Box of 48 CRAYOLAS Only 39c 25c Penworthy WRITING TABLET Only 19c SCHOOL PRANG'S WATER COLORS, 8s, Reg. 69c . . 49c ENVELOPES, Reg. 25c Only 19c KODAK SIGNET Reg. $69.00 At Rusk's '59 50 BROWNIE Movie Camera Reg. $79.50 At Rusk's 63 95 50c PENWORTHY TYPING PAD 39c 50c FILLER PAD 39c SCISSORS 14c LILT PARTY CURL PERMANENT '1.00 PENCIL BOX 69c REG'. 15c RUBKLEEN ERASERS 13c REG. lOc PRICES NOW IN EFFECT Buy Your Vitamins at RUSK'S UNICAP VITAMINS rZ...... $3.11 VI-DAYLIN Pln , ^ $4.19 HOMOCEBRIN Pln , „„„ $3.96 ONE-A-DAY MULTIPLE T&. $2.94 MULTICEBRINS T Z., $5.08 ABDOL KAPSEALS JSL $3.10 VITAMINS - for school age children - 50 free with the purcase of 100 150 for $2.29 RUBBING ALCOHOL .....2 pints for 49c 24 HOUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 44393 CARTER INK 7c Run Down Because of Tired Blood ? Take FAST-ACTING GERITOL Feel Stronger Fast! 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