The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1967
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6—Algeria (la.) Upper D«i MoinetThursday, April 20, 1967 Sp. 4 Arrowood To Crew Chief On Helicopter e=> Sp/4 Gregor Arroworxlisliome on a 15 day leave from Ft. Camji- bell Ky. Sp. Arrowoocl will l)e [joint; overseas the first of May and is a crewchief on the troop- carrying helicopters used in Viet Nam. The helicopters arc used In troop and equipment moves into areas where air planes can't land. As a crew chief, he protects the helicopter in flight with an M-60 machine gun and docs minor repair work. Ledyard Senior Class Play Is In Rehearsal LEDYARD - The Ledyard senior class play will be presented Tuesday evening, April 25, in the school auditorium. The play, entitled "The Skin Of Our Teeth," by Thornton Wilder is a three-act comedy. There is a company of 40. Leading parts are played by Mark McCoy, Roger Mayne, Gretchen DeBoer, Carol McGregor and Frances Packer. - o - Wedding vosvs were exchanged April 8 at Crofton, Nebr., by Arlis M. Drelsmeier and William Green of Omaha. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dreismeier of Crofton and Mrs. Dallas Green and the late Theodore Green of Ledyard. The couple is now at home at Omaha following a wedding trip to Kansas City. The bride attended Crofton High School and is employed by the N. W. Bell Telephone Co. of Omaha. The bridegroom attended Ledyard High School and following Naval service now attends Omaha University and is also employed by R. D. Transfer of Omaha. An open house reception will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ledyard April 22 at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simons- meler visited Mrs. Herb Zielske of Lake Mills at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea, Sunday. Mrs. Zielske fell at her home Tuesday morning and broke her hip. She is making satisfactory recovery at this time. Supt. and Mrs. Quentin Hurdt and family of Havelock visited Mrs. ZUpliy Hardt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson Sunday. Thursday night members of the Youth Fellowship of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church were guestsoi'tiie Congregational church in Buffalo Center at a youth banquet. Mrs. Ida Darnell ami Mrs. Bertha Stanley left Monday to go to Rochester where they wore with their brother, Fred Trouth of Amboy, who submitted to surgery on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Ber^ of Elmore visited Mrs. Zilphy Hardt Sunday evening. Mrs. John Enrich of Elmore was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grunhovd, Clear Lake, spent the weekend with Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. William Fennema of Humboldt were also dinner guests Sunday. Esther and Alice Olson of St. Paul, and Rev. Charles Stodskler and two grandsons visited the Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James White and daughter visited the D.O. Friets family Monday night and were overnight guests at Agnes Olson's. The Whites were en- route to Denver. Mrs. Regina Poppe of Blue Earth visited in Ledyard Sunday. At Short Course T. James Palmer, Algona municipal light and water superintendent, was in Iowa City this week attending a management short course sponsored by the University of Iowa. "Kossutli County's Favorite Newspaper" /"*! Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday Thursday, April 20, 1967 Afgona (la.) Upper Des Moin«-7 DEL MONTE GARDEN SHOW- HOOD'S i DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL ileUnontd JelJItonte QUALITY TOMATO JUICE DEL MONTE-46 oz. can IOMATO JUIC \\x DEL MONTE, YELLOW CLING SLICED No. or 2J/2 HALVES can DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE CRUSHED, SLICED, CHUNK No. 2 ^^ P- <V ^L Fnt* * • Can *p rui • DEL MONTE Pear Halves Apricot Halves Stewed Tomatoes Grapefruit Sections 303 Cans DEL MONTE ORANGE or GRAPE DRINK 79 if DEL MOM GARDEN SHOW DEL MONTE CflTSU 5*' TRIBE SIZE 26 OZ. 46 oz. Can DEL MONTE GARDEN SHOW DEL MONTE LIGH ii»< DEL MONTE SAUERKRAUT No. 303 Can 2 For 39 Squat Can DEL MONTE SPINACH No. 303 Can 2 ror 35 IV DEL MONTE GARDEIV SHOIK DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 OZ. CAN GRADE A LARGE 2 FOR 29 BUNCH 29 ZESTEE 13 c: aop'e 3 FOR LAY'S RED DOT POTATO C TW ; N PACK BOX DEL MONTE GARDEN SHOUi DEL MONTE CUT GREEN BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN EARLY GARDEN PEAS 303 Cans ALSO REDUCED PRICE ON PEPSI-COLA WITH THESE CHIPS! HEIiNZ STRAINED BABY FOOD JARS HERS HEY 16 OZ. CAN CHOCOLATE SYRUP ••••Mi SUP ER VALU FACIAL 200 SSUES COUNT, 2-PLY BISQUICK 40 OZ. BOX 49* ZESTEE Preserves STRAWBERRY LB. JAR •i NABISCO 2 PKGS. FLINGS or SHAPIES —— NORTHERN TOILET ISSUE rolls ROBIN HOOD 25 Ib. $ Linda Gardner Of Algona To Wed In July USDAi CHOICE USDA Choice Round Bone USDA Choice >••••••*••••••••••••• USDA Choice Round Bone CHUCK!CHUCK swiss R AACT i STEAK CTEAIf ^^ JMk 4|P • • TRY THESE ON THE GRILL 4^T • K f^L Im '•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••<*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••( BRITT BOLOGNA Each 59' ••••••••••i ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*• LINDA GARNDER Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner of Algona wish to announce plans for tlio July wedding of their daughter, Linda Aileen and Dennis Leo Haack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Einil Haack of Lone Rock. Miss Gardner will be a '67 graduate of Burt Community school. Mr. Haack is presently "inployed at Weidenhoff Corp. GHS, Bulldogs Split Track, Swift's Premium No. 1 SLICED BACON Lb. 69 c l Twin Rivers Horm^^ GUS GLASER BIG BOLOGNA "slfceT Lb "^^^^[^^^^y^'' rAMILYP Wilson's LUNCH MEAT APPROX. 26 PIECES 6 VARIETIES Lotts Creek LONG HORN CHEESE Lb CALIFORNIA NAVEL (LAST OF SEASON) ORANGES MARIGOLD 3DOZ. ALL FLAVORS half gallon U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO ••4t*|^fe^^^ — — — RUSSETS 59* CREAM GREEN-TOPPED RADISHES & GREEN ONIONS JUMBO STALK CELERY FLORIDAGOLD Fresh Frozen Pure Florida Grade A ORANGE JUICE 1O< Lobster Tails ALLFLAV-O-RITE FROZEN Vegetables 6 TTxi- each CALIFORNIA CARROTS .. THE FINEST EATING iEici'pl Aspoiayus or Btussi'ls Sproo'i RUPERT FROZEN Cod or Perch Fillets .. ^ ^ -•j\\ . ' ii '> 2 LB. BAG SUPER UALU Garrigan downed Twin Rivers, G7-37, and Twin Rivers downed Algona High, 80-53, in a double dual track meet at the high school track here Tuesday afternoon. The Bears, under Coach Beanie Cooper, set a pair of school records on the way to their win. John Winkel ran a 2:08 880 twice, liestiiiy the existing mark each time and Dave McCarthy went iJ-9 in the high jump, upping his record by one inch. Other firsts were picked up by Neil Nurre, 100 and 220; the 2-mile relay team of Dave Smith, Jim Walker, Tom Black and John Winkel; the 880 relay team of Nurre, Jim Youngwirth, Bill Obrecht and Bill Reding; the mile relay team of Obrecht, Goetz, Reding and Black; and John Studer, who flipped the discus 125-4. Seneca Club Picks 4-H Camp Delegates SENECA - The Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H club met at the home of Teresa and Tirn Lynch on Monday evening. Darrell Nyman and Tim Lynch will attend the District 4-H Camp at Clear Lake; the club president, Brian Johnson will attend the State 4-H Conference held at Ames in June; and Dick Lynch will attend Health Camp. Teresa Lynch gave a talk on table manners. Two new members, Jeffrey, Bauer and Lee Bergum, were welcomed into the club. - o Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl spent the weekend visiting their daughter and family, the Bruce Hills at Webster City. Enroute home they visited another daughter and family, the Jerry Jacobs, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch were last Friday evening guests at the home of their son and family, the Dr. Jerry Crouchs, Armstrong, and helped their granddaughter, Barbara, observe her third birthday anniversary. Other guests included themat- ernoJ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hypes, also Mrs. Tom Gibson and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pape and family, Mrs. Libbie Hakeman and Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Plathe, all of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt visited Mrs. Helen Wood, and also the John Blumers, Livermore last Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Andy Burt of Armstrong. Sunday visitors at the Joe Crowley home included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley, Jr., Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston and family, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen Jr., of Minneapolis and Albert Klein. Mr. Joe Crowley had been confined to the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, for several weeks, following a heart atfack. Mrs. Marilyn Rubiano and Kaven of Romney, \V. Va., are staying with the former's mother, Mrs. NinaKracht,

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