4-Algona (lo.) Upper Dei Moine* April 6, 1967 TO BE FETED SIllllllllllllllllllllllillllllMiniimilill! I AROUND ALGONA | jg . 3 liiiiiitiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiitwiiiiifiiiiitiiim BY RUTH SHffiRK MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent returned last Sunday after a vacation at Pompano Beach, Florida. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith and family attended the Sports Show inDesMoinesSunday. Their son, Bob, left from Des Moines to return to classes at Iowa University at Iowa City. Another son, Mike, left Monday to return to classes at St. Mary's at Winona, Minn. Mrs. Smith wiU entertain her bridge club this evening (Thurs.). Two tables will be in play. MRS. DEAN Parrott took'their daughter, Judy, to Cedar Falls Sunday. Judy is a student at State 'College of Iowa and had spent her vacation with her parents. Her father, a patient at St. Ann with a back injury, will remain hospitalized for at least another two weeks. He is making excellent progress. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Hutchison became grandparents March 25 when their daughter gave birth to a son, Daquiri Scott who weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. The baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donn Minier and joins a sister, Del Rae, three years old. The family lives at Scottsdale, Ariz. MARILYN HARRIS, student at State College of Iowa, was taken back to Cedar Falls Sunday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris, after her spring break which she spent here. The family visited Mrs. Harris 1 sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Randall Bebb in Cedar Falls. MRS. H. M. Smith went to Fort Dodge yesterday (Wed.) and visited Mary Streit, who is hospitalized there. She brought back with her Mrs. Fred Streit of Celina, Ohio, who will visit here. The latter and her late husband are former residents of Algona. MRS. LAURA Hough entertained her two table bridge club Tuesday afternoon. She spent Easter weekend in Owatonnawith a close friend, Mrs. Gertrude Y/oith. Her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holcomb, visited her last weekend. Mrs. Holcomb is the former Joyce Anderson, and the couple had accompanied Joyce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, to spend Easter in Nashville, Tenn. with Mrs. Jim Anderson, who is with her family while Jim is in service. MRS. R. Gillingham had as Easter weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillingham and family, Aurora, HI. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chastain and family, Miami, Okla. VINCENT MATZ is a patient at Park Hospital, Mason City, having been admitted last week Saturday. It is not known how long he will be a patient here. AIRMAN 2nd Class Jim Parsons left Saturday evening after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons. He was enroute to Travis Air Base near San Francisco, Cal. after two weeks of training in parachute rigging at Chanute Field, HI. He expects soon to go to Homestead Base near the Florida Keys for training in sea survival. Previously, he had training in winter survival. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals were their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Coloff of Cedar Rapids, and their new son, James Anthony. The infant was born Feb. 25 at Cedar Rapids. He was baptized a week ago Sunday at St. Cecelia's, with James and Linda Nitchals, children of the Louis Nitcuais as sponsors. Present for the ceremony and guests of the Nitchals were the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Petroff of Mason City and Mrs. Nitcuais sister, Mrs. Kathryn Curran of Ruthven. EASTER GUESTS of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and Susan, James and Mike of Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland and Suzann and Eddie of Indianola. EASTER GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post were their daughter Joan, student at St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Sioux City, and a schoolmate, Pauline Reichardt of Rochester, New York. MR. AND MRS. Don Hum returned Tuesday from Altus, Okla. wtiere Mr. Hum has been stationed. He was discharged from the Air Force Sunday, hav- ing completed his tour of duty. He is the son of Mrs. Irene Hum and she the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn. DR. AND MRS. Melvin G. Bourne left Sunday for a vacation at Hot Springs, Ark., from where they will go to Chicago where Dr. Bourne will attend a convention for three days of the American Association of Railway Surgeons. They expect to be gone two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Milton Coonan of Des Moines spent Monday in Algona and visited his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit. WAYNE JOHNSON, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson, Sr., wrote to his parents March 29 telling them that he is being transferred from Bankok, Thailand, where he has been teaching, and is going to Paksi, Laos, which is on the Mekong River. He will be working in agriculture, administering aid for the Agency of International Development. Jim Johnson, student at State College of Iowa, returned Sunday to Cedar Falls after spending his spring break with his parents. ALMOST 30 planes landed at the Algona port last weekend, carrying visitors to the McGuire machinery sale, which was Monday. A plane from Missoula, Montana, was probably from the longest distance and arrived Friday. Others came for the weekend from Lincoln and parts of western Nebraska. Alarge number of the planes were here only for the sale Monday. MRS. GENE HOOD spent a few days last week in Des Moines visiting her sister, Mrs. Frances Bonder, who left April 6 on a three week trip to Spain and Portugal. - o - PLAY 500 Mrs. Mabel Lee is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. An open house miscellaneous shower will be held for Kathryn Ites, Buffalo Center, April 14 at 8 p. m. at the Methodist church, Buffalo Center. No invitations are being sent and all relatives and friends are invited. Miss Ites will become the bride of Kenyon Gabrielson, Sexton, April 28. - o - IDLE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Pearl Potter is entertaining the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday. - o NIT AND SO Mrs. Merle Webster is entertaining the Nit and So Club Tuesday. PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club Thursday. Open Spring Meeting Set For Diocese The Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will have their Open Spring meeting for the women of the Northeast Deanery April 12 at St. Patrick's church hall, Estherville. Board meeting at 10 a.m. for all deanery officers, deanery chairmen and parish representatives, also presidents of all affiliated organizd- tions. Luncheon will be served at Gardston Hotel. Reservations must be made to Mrs. Floyd McDonough, 709 N. 14th St., Estherville, by April 8. Registration and viewing exhibits at 1 p.rn. Open meeting at 1:30 p.m. Special guest speaker is Mrs. Dennis McGregor, Jefferson, Diocesan president. Nurses To Meet, Eat At Bancroft The 16th district of the Iowa Nurses Association will have a dinner meeting, Monday, April 10, at 7 p. m. at Roy's Grill at Bancroft, la. A business meeting and program will follow. Opening April 15 Hillside Golf Club Membership: Family $50 — Single $40 Green Fees: $1.50 weekdays; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays $2 Serving Dinners, Sandwiches, Cocktails & Beer GOLF LESSONS AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT Jack & Irene Lichteig, Mgrs. Wesley, Iowa Phone 679-4264 When it's too wet to cultivate and too dry for old fashioned weed killers. refaE That's when soybean growers are extra glad they used Treflarr, the weather-proof weed control recommended by AUTHORIZED DEALER CROP CHEMICAL SERVICE CENTER ALGONA FLOUR & FEED Algona, Iowa Phone; 295-2701 ARMOUR'S MIRA-CURE BACON VAN CAMP'S PORK OEANS 6 HOOD'S ALGONA CHUCK ROASiT No. 2 Cans KLEENEX White or Colored Facial Tissues 4 No. 200 Count Boxes DEL MONTE CATSU 14 oz. Bottles Blade Cut Ib, CENTER GUT ARM CUT i 49 C ,, 59' HEINZ HILAND - REGULAR or WAVEE POTATO CHIPS MUSHROOM or VEGETABLE SOUP HORMEL'S Reg. Size Cans ALL KINDS - ROYAL .,^^.'.-r-i*--,,-*-y.-:>.[r.^i^,: - LIQUID DETERGENT , Plastic Bottle 22 oz. All-Meat Weiners ib. 53* GUS GLASER'S Smorgasbord full ib. 79°I LEAN, BONELESS Stewing Beef - 69* Freezer Filler Sale Of BEEF QUARTERS ALL U.S.D.A. CHOICE FRONT % - Lb. 39 HIND '/ 4 - Lb. 49 1 / 2 BEEF - Lb. 440 Cancer Drive Area Chairman Are Named Mrs. Lyle Anderson, who is serving her second year as chairman of the South Kossuth Education and Fund-raising Crusade for the American Cancer Society, has announced names of the town and township chairmen for the April Crusade. Since Algona operates under the United Fund, no campaign has been appointed for the city, Town Chairmen include Mrs. Bryan Stewart, LuVerne; Mrs. Ken Roney, Irvington; Mrs. A. J. Grandgenett, St. Benedict; Mrs. Stanley Harris, Titonka; Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Wesley; and Mrs. Martin Potratz, Whittemore. Township Chairmen include: Buffalo, Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Titonka; Cresco, Mrs. Leon Martin, Algona; Lu Verne, Mrs. John Voss, LuVerne; Lotts Creek, Mrs. Francis Bjustrom, Lone Rock; Irvington, Mrs. John Haag, Algona; Plum Creek, Mrs. Dean Benschoter, Algona; Portland, Mrs. Howard Sparks, Burt; Riverdale, Mrs. Lawrence Thilges, Algona; Sherman, Mrs. Terry Johnson, Irvington; Union, Mrs. Earl Angle, Burt; Wesley, Thursday, April 6, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei-5 Bill Goetz, Wesley; Whittemore, Mrs. Raymond Zinnel, Whittemore; and Prairie, Mrs. Jack Lickteig, Wesley. New memorials include those for Roy Buenger, Anna Steven and William Klawither. Memorial Chairman for South Kossuth is Mrs. Clifford Anfinson of Wesley and for North Kossuth is Mrs. Lance Riebhoff of Burt. Chapter Chairman of the South Kossuth Chapter is Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Titonka. Mrs. Ariderson stated that the visit to hbmes in the area are being made now and will continue throughout the month of April. Ex-Buttermaker At Ledyard, 76, Burial Monday Services were held Monday for George Jacobson, 76, of Ledyard. He died Saturday at the Blue Earth Community Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past two years. Mr. Jacobson was born Dec. 31, 1890 at Egersund, Norway. He came to the United States 1904 and settled in Chicago. The family then moved to Elmore 1909 where they farmed. Mr. Jacobson married Jen- r.ie Anderson, Sept. 23, 1914, I No Extra Charge For Cutting & Wrapping WILSON'S CERTIFIED LOTTS CREEK COLBY I WHOLE m 4* A i PORK LOINS ». 49C STURGEON BAY c CHERRY PIE FILLING GOQCH'S 12 oz. packages LONG SPAGHETTI . ^ ^ BLUE BONNET 19 VARIETIES FLAV.O-RITE COOKIES (pkgs. *•' SHAMROCK MANDARIN ORANGES 5 cans $1 OLEO LARD SLICED HAM BUD,G SLICED BEEF . CORNED BEEF A greener lawn in 10 days— or your money back! GOOD VALUE V7WWL/ VMLUE ^^^ ^, •• FRUIT COCKTAILS'" ? l SUPER VALU GRAHAM CRACKERS Full Ib. Box SUPER VALU SHAMPOO . . 39c Reg. $1.63 BAYER ASPIRIN.'^ $1.29 HEINZ DINTY MOORE'S DELICIOUS BEEF STEW CEtRY LARGE, SOLID FRESH and CRISP ,,.'£." "> JUMBO STALK MIX or MATCH RADISHES GREEN ONIONS CARROTS 3 for 25 LETTUCE JUMBO SIZE HEADS HEADS FOR Turf Builder makes the difference! TURP UUILDP.R is the only fertilizer that's Tr/oiiizetl. Helps grass take full advantage of every available drop of moisture. Result? Your grass grows greener, and stays that way longer. Gtiar- iiiiict'd! 5,000 sq ft 4.95 10,000 sq ft 8.95 Frederick V&S Hardware 105 E. State ALGONA Ph.: 295-5122 at Elmore. After marriage he took up buttermaking at the Elmore Creamery, and also Matawan, Minn., later moving to Ledyard where he also was a buttermaker for several years. He retired in 1950. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Gilbertson of Ledyard, and two sons Jerry of Osage and Vernon of Hartley. Two sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Ogllvie and Mrs. Janette Balk, both of Kenosha, Wis., 11 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren also survive. Burial was in the Highland Cemetery in Ledyard with the Garry Funeral Home in charge of arangements. New Vehicles To 16 Registrants In Recent Days Sixteen new vehicles was the most recent total of new registrations at the county treasurer's office in Kossuth county, as follows: Fords - Bonnie Lee Winter, Algona; Edward Mayland, Titonka; Ronnie Buenger, West Bend; Raymond Krominga, Lakota, pickup; Howard Bollig, Fenton, pickup. Lincoln — Ricklefs Insurance, Algona. Pontiac - David King, Algona; Eugene Huber, Algona; Marvin Calhoun, Algona. Buick — Kenneth Jones, Lone Rock; John Shaw, Algona. Chevrolets — Alvin Weber, Lu- Verne; Alfred Christ, Lakota; Ed Skilling, Algona. Chamberlain - Stephen T. Wickliff, Algona (2). Concert Drive Coming Down The Stretch The final week of the campaign for the 1967-68Community Concert series is now in progress, with memberships reported to be coming in very well. The new member drive began at the kick-off dinner attended by workers and board members Monday evening at the Methodist church. The campaign will conclude . at noon, April 8. Concerts for the coming year will be chosen at the annual meeting to be held at 2 p. m., Saturday, April 8, at the Algona Higli School Annex. All members are urged to attend and help choose the talent for the next season. Lois Holler, Community Concerts representative, will be present with information on various artists and groups available to our association next year. "The Singing Boys of Monterrey" have been selected as one concert for the coming season. RETIREE Lester Crumley, Minburn, has retired after nearly 40 years working at the Dallas County Savings Bank in Minburn. Crumley started as a. cashier in 1927. 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