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4-Algono (la.) Upper D«» Mo!n»« Thursday, April 13, W67 \ *_ __, __ r -r -r— -— — Brent Keil Of Lakota Bridegroom In Illinois READER ICOMMENTI Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Dear Sir: On behalf of the Algona Com- mnity School, I wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your assistance in publicizing our adult education program. Through your interest, cooperation, and efforts, increased public attention was focused on the program which we had to offer. The participation this year has been very satisfying. We have had an enrollment of 435 in the general adult education program plus a membership of 150 in the Farmer's Evening School. Thank you very much for all the assistance that you have provided to help us make this part of our school program success- nil. Sincerely, Frank Brusie Director Adult Education Algona Community School ISWEA-EAGLE! The Jim Koons were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, the S. B. Nelsons at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith were hosts to their card club Tuesday evening. High scores went to Jim Koons and Mrs. Art Larson. It was a hard time party and prizes for the best costumes went to Wally Dawson and Mrs. Jim Koons. . Friday evening guests at the Elvin Godfredson home were her father, Frank G-ippa, Ayrshire, his parents, the Alfred Godfred- sons, and Don Ditzler, Fairmont, Minn-.;-for the birthday -oMtie Godfredson's twin sons, Ronald and Robert's 2nd birthday. The Roy Andersons attended a reception at East Chain Sunday, for the newly-married M::. and Mrs. Hirold Peterson. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer of Humboldt were Saturday and Sunday guests at the Darrel Bishops. Mr. and Mrs. FredLangerman were callers at the Harold Carr home one evening last week. The Ed Godfredso.is of Algona were Saturday guests attheMer- vin Johnson home. The Johnsons were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, the Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her brother, the Vernon Cutlers, Trimont. Sunday evening guests at the Tom Preston home were the Sam Links and Wendell. The Sam Links and Tom Pres- tons drove to Minneapolis with Wendell Link who leaves from there to go on duty in Viet Nim. Wendell has been home lor one month, on leave from Ft. Irwin, Calif. Wendell has been in the service for about a year. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelson of Henry, El., have been here visiting relatives in the area. LEDYARD - Carol Lyrm er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Eugene W. Mader of Rockford, Illinois and Brent Lee Kell, son of Mr, and Mrs. Maurice E. Keil of Lakota were united In marriage on Saturday, April 1, 1967 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Rockford. Matron of honor was Mrs. Leon Larson, sister of the bride, Belvldere, HI. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry DeBoer, sister of the groom, Mrs. Mary Henson. Rockford, Illinois, friend of the bride and Junior bridesmaid was Cathy Lynn Batchelder of Rockford. Bruce Lynn Kell of Minneapolis, twin brother of the groom, was the best man. DavidRitchey, Hockford, Iowa, Larry Wolf, Minneapolis also attended the groom. Scott Keil of Lakota was Junior groomsman. The reception for 200 guests was held following the ceremony at the church. Mrs. Bruce Keil was In charge of the guest book. A buffet luncheon was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mader, parents of the bride for out of town guests, members of the wedding party and close relatives. The bride is a graduate of East High School In Rockford and was employed at Barber-Coleman Co. in Rockford. The groom is a graduate of the Ledyard Community High School and South Dakota State University at Brookings, S.D., a member of the Kappa Psl National Pharmaceutical Chapter and Is now serving in the army and Is stationed at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Local friends and relatives who _attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kell and Scott, Lt. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Klinksiek, Mr. and Mrs. Orvile Runksmeler and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kell of Minneapolis. - o Weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. Lillian Worthington in Lone Rock and the Murl Jorgen- sons of Ledyard were Mrs. Lillian Dettloff and her daughter and hjisbandj 'Mr; : -as44/Ii»8i«Blllr-Kai^.'.. sten, Paul and Steven of Hampshire, m. Mr. and Mrs. John Walterman and Sandy Walterman were In Williams, la., Monday, where they attended the funeral for Jerry Walterman, 80, uncle of John and Sandy and brother of Mrs. Albert Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kuecker of St. James, Minn, visited with her mother, Mrs. Zilphy Hardt, Sunday evening. Mrs. Lillian Worthington of Lone Rock visited with her daughter and family, the Murl Jor- gensons last week, she returned to her home Sunday afternoon. Wednesday Mrs. Margaret Hinrichsen visited the Jorgensons and on Thursday Mrs. Ray Estle visited them. Sunday, April 16 the Choral Readers from Northwestern Col- leage in Orange City will present a program ol reading, drama and music ai the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here during the 10:00 morning worship services, they -»H1 be appearing ar the Ramsey Reformed Church in a. concert that aftsnaoa at 2:30. Mr. and Mrs. ELdic MacVey of Rolie and Mr. nd Jirs. 3111 Goetz of Wesley vers sapper guests of the Gus SiH-orsmelers in observance of Gus's' U. Larry tVPoor left Friday from Minneapolis for San Francisco, enrouta to Salmon, he *x» r*ctpd to arrlra at his destination on Saturday nl£ht. Mrs. DeBoer will visit with her parents, the Maurice tolls andSupt. and Mrs. Glllvrt IVPm for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Art Richardson and Eppo Walterman of Webster City visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Walterman and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes over the weekedn. Mr. and Mrs. Man-in Simons- meier and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Johnson and girls were at the Gus Simonsmeier home Sunday night to help Gus celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. C.Jack Countryman of Maple Hill are the parents of a daughter born on April 4. She weighed 7 Ibs. 13 ozs. and has been named Jill Ranae. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Zwelrs of Redwood Falls, Minn., are the parents of a son born at the hospital there on April 5. Mrs. Zweirs is the former Ruth Ploeger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger. Mrs. J. J. McDonald returned Wed., afternoon after spending four weeks In Calif, with her two sons, Joe, who works for the Santa Fe Railroad and Jim of Alham- bria, California. Mrs. LouJunkermelerfellFrl. evening following the wedding of her grandson Lamont Junkermeier and Judy DeBoer at the Methodist church In Tltonka and injured her shoulder. She is now a patient at the Blue Earth Community hospital. Mrs. Thomas O'Brien and Pat- • ricla of Tulsa, Oklahoma arrived Sat. to spend a few days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mildred Ternes who returned home on Monday after spending a month at the University Hospital in Iowa City. Miss Agnes Olson was released from the Buffalo Center hospital, Thursday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the John Darnells were Mrs. Ida Darnell and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Gilbertson and daughter of Blue Earth. Ledyard Girl April 8 Bride In Minneapolis --Madonna livan, daughter of Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and the late J. F. Sullivan of Minneapolis were married at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Minneapolis at 10 o'clock on April 8. Father H. R. Siebs officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her brother Patrick of Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. T. Whitcomb, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, Jeremiah Sullivan, brother of the bride, was best man. At 12:30 p.m. dinner was held for sixty guests at the President's Cafe. The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard Community School and the Antonian School of Nursing at Carroll, Iowa. For the past several years she has been employed at St. Mary's Hospital in Minneapolis. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Ledyard. Plum Creek Elite The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held at the home of Annette Gilbride on April 8, with a roll call of 15 members. Talks were given by Diane Bode, Joyce Gabrielson, Sandra Zwlefel, Alice Bode and Kim Priebe. Ademon- stration was also given by Debra Spear. r It's No Gamble, JUST A GOOD DEAL During Our Annual SALC KEN'S AUTO SERVICE 1107 NO. MAIN ALOONA PLYMOUTH-VALIANT SALtS « $fftWCC Thursday, April 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des FULLY COOKED BUTTER KERNEL "\ VEGETABLES WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN GREEN BEANS PEAS CAN BERMUDA & SWEET SPANISH ONION PLANTS 25 Bunches TOOTHPASTE^ CABBA ARMOUR'S STAR PICNICS CUT UP 33c GREEN, SOLID H CREST WINESAP APPLES FAMILY SIZE GOLD MEDAL IDAHO U.S. NO. 1 KING OF POTATOES Russet Potatoes 1 10 LB. BAG <*V* J yr RED i POTATOES 20 LB. BAC£9V RED PONTIAC SEED POTATOES 50lb. bag $1.25 Ri USDA CHOICE EASY-CARVE 3 0B4tAB V.nwiV.C CAdT-lAKVC tB.BAG59aBONELESS BEEF BOASTS IDAHO I GUS GLASER SMOKED B sset Potatoes ISLICED CHIPPED BEEF 3 •» $• WHOLE OR RIB HALF 20JILBAG93?| PORK LOINS LB 45* PEAT CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS LB. FAMILY PACK FRYING CHICKENS ' SILVER JUBILEE' RICHELIEU Bartlett Pears NO. 2Vi CAN for i 3 FLAVORITE ZESTEE PRESERVES RED RASPBERRY - BLACKBERRY 2LB. JAR Sweet Rolls 7 VARIETIES - REG. 39c PKG. 33$ SUPER VALU BLEACH or® 1GAL. JUG 39« GOOD VALUE PEANUT BUTTER SUPER VALU SALT FREE WITH COUPON i FROM TONES PEPPER OR BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 Ibs. $|l Hdrmel Spam ABOUT PIECES WISLON'S CERTIFIED FRANKS 49? 12 OZ. CAN ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA BACON IB. 59$ 6 *" 79 W cans § W FLAV-0-RITE FROZEN Grape Juice ELM TREE WHITE Bread Dough 3 ,39° GOOD VALUE FROZEN French Fries 2 & 29 e NESTLE'S Chocolate Chips' P V 9 ?-39 e Sta Puff Rins CRISCO ASSORTED FLAVORS POP Grape, Orange, 9 awberry, Root Beer, Quick) Coke PIUS BOTUE DBJSIT SILVER JUBILEE P No Fuss, No Muss - HONEY SUCKLE - Boneless, Waste Free TURKEY ROASTS B4 LB. FLAV-O-RIT'E., i ASSORTED FLAVORS ICE CREAM 47 Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK ANN BOHANNON and Pamela Kees left Sunday after spending their spring break with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Kees. The girls are students at Christian School for Women at Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Kees made the trip to get the girls and Mr. and Mrs. Bohannon returned them to college Sunday. W1LLAIM WYATT, custodian and caretaker of the Call State Park, has been confined to his home with sciatica for the past ten days. He reports that the shelter house has been spoken for on all Sundays through June, July and August. He also has some bookings during the weekdays with family reunions and club meetings. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Clermont at the home of her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tatro, where they celebrated the 51st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pratt of West Union. Mr. Pratt is a brother of the late Dennis Pratt and Mrs. Pratt is a sister of Mrs. Hobson. MR. AND MRS. James Kolp entertained their couples bridge club Saturday evening following dinner at the Algona Country Club. DR. AND MRS. M. R. Baldwin have bought a house at Bell Court from Don Tietz, contractor. They expect to move, with their 13- month old daughter, Laura, about the middle of May. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker spent Monday in Webster City on business. MRS. PEARL POTTER entertained her Idle Hour bridge club last week, with Mrs. Betty Granzow and Mrs. Edith Buchanan winning first and second high scores. This evening, Mrs. Potter is to entertain two tables at bridge. Her son, Lyman, left Wednesday last week after a visit with his mother. His home is in Bloomington, Cal. and It has been four years since his last visit here. Mrs. Potter entertained six persons last Friday evening at canasta. DOUG BARR, student at Iowa State University at Ames, will spend this weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.EverettBarr. Having acted as a substitute this semester, he will be ahead-resident at Friley Hall at-the university next semester. BILL BAKER, student at Mankato State College, spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoreson and children spent last weekend at Nelight, Nebr., visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. James Asmussen and children. MR. AND MRS. Perry Byam will leave April 22 on an extended trip to Europe. They will travel by jet -from Minneapolis to Frankfurt, Germany, where they will be met by their son, Lowell. They plan to tour Berlin, Brussels and Paris, as well as Spain, Portugal and Italy. They will then go to England and tour the British Isles. They plan to return home about June. MRS. A. J. EASON spent last weekend at Nevada, where she visited their daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and family. IN DUPLICATE BRIDGE April 3, 5 1/2 tables were in play for master point. Holding top score were Lannie Paul and John Kerber of Emmetsburg; second, Don Prieskorn and Dean Kinsman ; third, Beth Miller and Lucille Everds; and fourth, Mrs. Walt Hall and Mrs. Murray Mowers. Next play will be April 17 at 7:45 p. m. at the Legion hall. MR. AND MRS. 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HAWK BILT JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA Larry Wicks. Weighing 7 Ibs., 6 oz., the baby has been named Shannon Christine. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Leward of Knightstown, Ind. MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton spent the weekend in Kansas City, where Frank attended a reunion ol his naval air squadron. MRS. RICHARD Kahler, the former Delores Krebsbach of Ledyard, will leave April 13 via jet to join her husband in Germany. PFC Kahler has been in Germany since last October. The couple will be living at Mannheim, Germany. MRS. BILL Eisenbacher, accompanied by Mrs. Glen Burlingame, took Debra Sue to Forest City last Thursday to the Children's Clinic. AN ALGONA COED, Jane Arndorfer, student of Brair Cliff College, Sioux City, was one student from the college attending a spring meeting of the Northwest Iowa Foreign Language Ass'n at Qrange City. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Arndorfer. TWO KOSSUTH county people, Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier of Ledyard and Bill Goetz of Wesley, will preside at the 8th district joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Webster City, April 23. They are district commander and auxiliary president, respectively. MR. AND MRS. R. B. Waller attended the wedding of Marilyn Anderson of Grundy Center and Nick Estes of Dundee, m. last • Saturday at Grundy Center. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson. JACK LIMBAUGH will be the guest of honor, Friday noon, at a luncheon at Charlie's Supper Club sponsored by the B. F. Goodrich Co. Max McGee noted professional football player, will also be a special guest. Local business men were guests of the company. Mrs. Anna Meyer Last Rites At Fenton, Tuesday FENTON — Funeral services for Mrs. Anna W. Meyer, 89, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church. Rev. Rex D. Spicer officiated. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Immanuel Church cemetery, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Meyer passed away Saturday afternoon after a short illness. She was born April 7, 1878 at Diamond Shaft, HI., a daughter of August and Rosalina Luedtke Krause. She married Henry Meyer in 1897 at Lotts Creek. He preceded her in death. She is survived by 3 children Martin, Ottosen; Elsie, Fenton; and Mrs. Edwin Peter, Silver Grove Kansas; 10 grandchildren & 25 great- grandchildren. Also one sister, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and one brother Gus Krause, Fenton. Pallbearers were Victor Meyer, Edgar Meyer, Eldon Meyer, Paul Meyer, Henry Meyer, Victor Peter. - o The Ladies Aid of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday April 6 at the Church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Ray Zwlefel. Mrs. Jack Gerhart gave the worship service and the lesson was given by Mrs. Charles Lovejoy and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn attended the wedding of Barbara Grienert and James Zaugg at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whltte- more Saturday evening and the reception at the LaFlesta club at West Bend. Mrs. John Weisbrod, Mark and Mary Louise - left Monday for their home at Trenton, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Retta Eigler attended the funeral of Mrs. Agnes Nellis at the Burt Methodist Church Monday afternoon. Mrs. Nellis was an aunt of Paul's. The Fenton Town council met Monday evening. The beer permit for Bernie's Recreation was renewed, and a new beer permit was granted to the Fenton Cafe to serve beer in the basement of the cafe. A building permit was given to Fred Mortenson to move a building, and a building permit was given to Fenton Cafe to remodel the basement. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOWE8 PUB. CO. in Algona- competitive catalog prices.

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