The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 8
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I 8-Algcno fie.) Upp«r D*» Molnw Thurtdoy, Sept. 12, 1957 "-'i •*--" -•-"•• UP P E R D.E,.S. M O I N ,E..S.'J ocict-w , . ;.^-f:V., t . ,./«fc Wed Al Sioux Falls a graduate of the Illinois schoo! for the deaf and is employed as a linotype operator at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Following a honeymoon trip to the Black Hills, the newlyweds are now making their home in Algona. (UDM Engraving) Wed At Whillemore Evelyn Andre, Fort Dodge, and George J. Winkel, Whittemore, were united in marriage Monday m<Jrning, Sept. 9 at 6 o&dek at St. Michael's church, Whittemfcre, with Rev. Phillip Dailey officiating. A wedding mass was read at Corpus Christ! church. Fort Dodge, at 9 o'clock The bride was attired in a royal blue crepe street length dress with bolero Jacket, large white feather-trimmed hat and match' ing accessories. She carried a corsage of pink rosebuds and pink carnations. Mrs Hiffco Protratz, daughter of the groom, was bridesmaid and Eldon Andre, son of the bride, was best man. A reception -was held in the home en Hugo Protratz and a wedding dinner was in the Garden Room oi tne Wakonsa Hotel. Guests from this area included Mrs Mamie Winkel, Algous; M; and Mrs Al Elsbecker, Bunctoft, and Mr and Mrs Harold V/umel, Whittemore. After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home on the groom's farm in Whittemore. Doris Jean Rehfeldt, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Rehfeldt, Hartford, So. Dak., and Jack Purcell, Algona ,son of Mr and Mrs Everett TPurcell, Latham, 111., were married in Faith Lutheran church at Sioux Falls Sunday, Sept. 1, at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Robert Cordes officiated. The bride was attired in a gown of ehantilly lace and net with a tiered skirt. Her veil was secured to a half-hat and she carried blue and white carnations in a cascade. Bridesmaids were Mrs George Nosko, Chicago, 111., and Mrs Roy Rose, Jr., Williston, N. D., the best man was Alfred L. Purcell, Latham, 111., groomsman was Harvey Rehfeldt, Hartford, S. D., flower girl was Barbara Hoekman, Sioux Falls, ring bearer was Howard Rehfeldt, Hartford, S. D., and ushers were Jim Hoekman, Sioux Falls, and Chester Armstrong. Barbara Dawson, Sioux Falls, was soloist. A reception for 250 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Donna Rehfeldt, Hartford, S. D., was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Harry Van Kekerix and Mrs M. Van Kekerix, poured, Mrs Helen Harding and Mrs Herman Zach- arais, cut the 4-tiered wedding cake and waitresses were members of the Lutheran Ladies aid. Gifts were displayed by Bonnie Zacharais, Peggy Van Kekerix and Bonnie Mueller, cousins of the bride. The new- Mrs Purcell is a graduate of the South Dakota school for the 4eaf and has been employed as a laboratory te^ch- ni«an''at Sioux Valley hospital, Sioux Falls. The bridegroom is Gold Star Mothers The Legion Auxiliary entertained the Gold Star members and affiliates at a party Monday evening. Those honored were Mrs Walter Hagen, Mrs Harvey Steven, Mrs Frank Stebritz, Mrs William Batt, Mrs Dean Taylor, Mrs Frank Moulton, Mrs Roy Bjustrom, Mrs Homer Clark, Mrs Leo Immerfall, and Mrs John Kohlhaas. Those on committee were Mrs Roy Bjustrom, Mrs Don Nelson, Mrs Anton Didriksen and Mrs Lloyd Robinson. The program consisted of a reading by Mrs Fred Snilts, piano number by Sharon DeGroote, and a vocal number by Mrs Casey Loss accompanied by Sharon De Groote. Honor Ex-Resideni Mrs Walter Loren of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. was honoree at a dinner given at the Country Club Sunday evening by Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison, Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sr., Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch Sr., Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick and Mrs Marie Kunz. Mrs Lprenz was also honored at a bridge luncheon Monday afternoon. Hostesses were Helen Dingley and Mrs Joel Herbst. Three table of cards were in play. Four Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met Friday, Sept. 6, with Mrs Earl Miller who was assisted by Mrs Otto Harlah. Twenty-six members, 1 guest and four children were present. The club song was first on the- program, followed by roll call "School Days Recollections , Song, Iowa by club, a paper b- Mrs Russell Walker, "Do Vti. Know." A hobby shah*' ^ H . directed by Mrs Henry Schulh Hostess number was a pieno sol' by Marilyn Miller. Plan Tea At Butt Burt Homemakers organizational tea will be held at thr home of Mrs Leonard Dittrrtrr Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 2 p.m. will Mrs James Knoll and Mrs Met wyn Cunningham assisting host esses. Topic program will bi by girls 4-H and a surprise num ber by Mrs Alex Crueger. Guej' speaker will be Mrs Randal: Clark. There will be election 01 officers for the coming year and all ladies of Burt township arc welcome. Family Picnic A family picnic was held Sun day at Satuary Park, Emmorix Minn., honoring Dale Light whc has been in service and recenth I'Mim ret t\om uermany. Tho^ present were Mr and Mrs Joins i-i^m, Mr aim Mrs Howard Van riergriff, Mrs H. L. Vandergriff, of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr arui Mrs Donald Nelson, of Glenville. Minn., Mr and Mrs Ethan Light and Patty, of Emmons, Minn.. Mr and Mrs John Rich, Mr and Mrs Walter Rich, Mr and Mrs William Drayton, Mrs Dan Fish er, Mr and Mrs George Rich, Mr and Mrs Leroy Schraaer, ana Mrs Nettie Rich, grandmothe: of the honoree, and the respec live families. Baby Shower Mrs Robert Winter was honoree at a baby shower in t.h; home of Mrs Don Smith, Jr. Tuesday night. Hostesses wen Mrs Smith and Mrs Ronald Taylor. Guests, besides Mrs Winter were June Winkel, Ruth Robinson, Helen Schlievert, Bev Miller, Helen Webster and Arlenc Kajewski. The honoree won high at court whist after opening her many useful gifts. Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met yesterday afternoon at the home of Jean Haas. The regular party meeting will be a steak fry with the membqgs'. husbands to be held at the Shelter House at Call State Park on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 6 p.m. Members are asked to bring their own steaks and dishes. Mrc Kajewski, Hostess June circle of Methodist WSGS will meet Sept. 12 with Mrs Don Kajewski at 8 p.m. Co-hostesses will be, Mrs Harold Shugart arid Mrs Glenn Chally. The lesson "Understanding the WiS.C.S." will be given by Mrs L. M, Pruel, pledge services by Mrs Edwin Mino, and devotions by Mrs L. J. Reed. / , Offical Notice to AUCTIONEERS Your attention is called to the provisions of Chapter 252 of the acts of the 57th General Assembly (1957), which law is now in effect; "The county board of supervisors may license a person in its county as an auctioneer for hire, which license, while unex- pi red, shall be effective any place in the state of Iowa. Such license shall be issued by the county auditor and shall authorize the licensee to conduct the business of an auctioneer for hire for a period of one (1) year. Before such license is issued the licensee i shall pay into the county treasury a fee of ten dollars ($10). Provided, that a resident of another stale may be licensed as an auctioneer in Iowa upon complying with the laws of the state of Iowa relating to the issuance of auctioneers' licenses," .(•: The county is prepared to issu e such licenses upon application and payment of fee. Applications are to be made to MARC MOORE Count/ Auditor PuWUhed by order of the Board of Sujwrvfeerf of Kowvth County, Iowa. WHIN HUKTERS BIG WEEK-END AT RAY'S I p[j[/k§ EARLY JUNE TALL NO. 303 CAN DREW WHOLI (In Syrup) No. 2Vi Cans COTS 4 ^ si CONTADINA YELLOW CLING PEACHES 3 No. 2'/2 Cant CHEF BOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI & 'Tall Cans MEAT BALLS 4 i $1 DUNCAN HINES ' BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY FROZEN PIES MINUTE MAID (12-oz. Cans) FRUIT COCKTAIL FRESH FROZEN (10**. Pkg.) STRAWBERRIES While They Last! 30-Lb. Tin Frozen STRAWBERRIES $4.98 Snoboy Frozen Orange Juice 6 cans 1.00 SWEET-VIN1-RIPINID rapes FLAME RED TOKAYS c Ib. FRESH EATMORE Cranberries 2 fr 49* PEACHES - PEARS - PRUNES By the Lug for Your Canning SOMETHING SPECIAL! fifi SALAD DRESSING Qt. HORMEQRANKS Hormel's Best Dairy Franks Mb. Cello KRAFT DELUXE (Reg. 39c Ib.) OLEO ..3Lbs.$1.00 (IMITATION) CHEESE SPREAD 2Lb.Bx.59c FANCY VALLEY BREAKFAST J PRUNES 2lbs.39c LIBBY GRAPEFRUIT No. 303 Cans SECTIONS 2for39c REGULAR TIDE .2forS9c REGULAR BABO .2for23c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT POUND MINCED 496 LEAN TRIMMED PORK POUND WESSON OIL. -.1^ Gal. $1.19 CRISCO ...... 3-Lb.Can89c PEANUT BUTTER (J.S.)... 35c CUTLETS 49C TENDERLOIN END PORK CHOPS OR ROASTS POUND Spring Fries CERTAINTY FIOUR ......... 50-Lb.$3.79 HEINZ Tomato Soup 3 *• 29< FLAVOR FED Ready for Pan Fine for Locker EACH U.S. GOOD CHOICE CUTS BEEF KOASTS Ib. 45 LEAN AND EXTRA TENDER VEAL ROASTS.. Lb. FRESH, TASTY, BONELESS HAM ROASTS. Lb, 59- HORMEL'S DAIRY SLAB BACON Lb. 69c • HP wM ^(PWHI ^^^f- ^HUF^ I A S. Good & Choice Beef Quarters CUT AND WRAPPED FREE FOR YOUR LOCKER ALL CUTS of CHOICE IAMB •

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