The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1967
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4-Algona (fa.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, April 27, 1967 First Communion For 78 Children At St. Cecelia's Sunday, April 30, 76 children will receive their First Holy Communion in St. Cecelia's Parish. A private Mass for all relatives and friends win be offered at 11:30 o'clock. This year for the first time parents receive the sacrament with their child. After the Mass a proup picture will be taken. Following the picture i brunch will be served to the children and their parents in St. Cecelia's Lunchroom, third praae mothers and students of the upper grades in charge. Members of the first Communion Class are: Debra Airman., Delia Aitmau, Michael Bell, Steven Bode, Robert Bray, Briar. Buseher, Brace Buscher, Mark Buscher, Timothy Buscher, Th:- mas Cordali, Timothy Crowiey, John Dear ens, Dar Downs, David Elbert, Ro-rer Eller, Annette Erpelding, Betty Erpelding, Richard Farrell. Karen Ferstl, Christine Frideres, David Frideres, PaiiFri- deres, Thomas Geelan, Darlene Gisch, Mari: Goodman, Julie Haas, Donald Kansea, Donna HEI>- sen, Antoinette Hanson, Charles Hanson, Susaii Hanson, Eoben Holtzbauer, Laurie Hoover, Teresa King, Gary Kollasch, Larry Kollasch, Barbara Kramer, Cathy Kramer, Terry Kramer, Robert Krapp, Jaaet Lallier, David Leigh. Kimberiy Lickteig, June Long, Larry Loss, Paul Marti, Michael McCali, Alvin McCarthy, Mark McEnroe, Jo Ana McGuire, Karen Meyer, Darrell Miller, Denise Miller, Dennis Miller, Melanie Miller, Mark Moe, Larry Mo- iacek, Martha Nash, Steve Pederson, Dennis Pentecost, Shaun Reilly, Jo Ann Rich, Cindy Ringsdorf, Kathleen Rooney, Sharon Schumacher, Patrick Shey, Sheryl Simmons, Daaette Skilling, Connie Subject, Connie Utt, Mark Von Bank, Laurie Walker, Rick\- Watson, Kathleen Weber, Sandra Weishaar, Scott Winkel, Bruce Winter, Jeffrey Wood. Letts Creek 4-H Plans A Tea The Lotts Creek Lassies met April 11 to St. Michael's hall "; with Maureen McDonnell presiding. Hans for Mother's Tea next month was discussed and committees were assigned. Delegates for camp were chosen. For district camp — Nancy Elschen and Colette Capesius; and for health camp — Maureen McDonnell. Jackie Detrick will attend the state 4-H conference. Susan Walker gave a talk on "how to plan a color scheme for a room." The leader's presentation was a talk on "basic shapes and forms." Hostesses were Pam Kirsch and Linda Dogotch and their mothers. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY PROBATE NO. 5420 Notice of Reappointmem of William G. Kading as Executor of the Estate of A. A. Kading, Deceased. To all persons interested In the Estate of A. A. Kading, Deceased ; You are hereby uotified that on the 24th day of April, 1907, an Order was entered by the above entitled court reappoiming William A. Kading as Executor without bond, of the estate of A. A. Kading, deceased, fur the purpose of administering and performing certain other acts as art now deemed necessary and advisable therein, and which were not considered necessary to be done by said executor when lie was heretofore and on date of June 15, 1959, discharged as such executor. You are further notified that the Last Will and Testament of A. A. Kading, deceased, was admitted to probate and Win. G. Kading appointed executor thereof on date of February 10, 1940, and that this one publication of such reappointmenl of said executor will be the only notice thereof. Dated this 24th day of April, 1967. /S/ William G. Kading Executor of said Estate Lone Rock, Iowa Winkel i Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa (33) Your Family •H5HHR5———" —^J '—••"^ \! GUS GLASER I iPsMORGftSBORD PACK, •• I I 4 VARIETIES LUNCH MEAT FULL LB. ARMOUR'S STAR BACON I a SPATTER V———•—'——"" 1FRESH ICE PACK ?f WHOLE SUPER \IAIU SAV.NGS I RICHUEU i PURPLE « 71/2 Cans r I RKHLIEU IftPRiCOTS l-tt-'j^ers*^! j^ ^ 2$ 2 'Cans r REClPt VALU J Family Pack n>. 29 | Cut-Up Fryers u>. 31 ( I Breasts or Thighs \ 49 <b. ! LEGS ib. 59 i *** v ^'*^ v>A/> ^^ SHOP *E STATES AT HOOD' TEXAS RUBY RED | m ^^ FOR GRAPEFRUIT CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES FLORIDA CHERRY TflMAT WASHINGTON WINESAP PPLES PERFECT FOR SALADS NEW CROP CALIFORNIA ASPARAGUS MINNESOTA POTATO SAJJ NO.1 RUSSE 100 LB. BAG NEW FLORIDA SWEET CORN NO.1 RUSSETS LB. BAG NEW CROP FLORIDA RED • *• • • ^P 5 LB. BAG 49 WILSON ALGONA'S OWN AUTO-GRO TOMATOS AVAILABLE AT HOOD'S **+*&***+***^^ U^ff^mfmmmf^nMnamttaammmmmmmmmmmmm^unmi^a*mmmaBm V' CERVELAT CHUBS K.....79' EACH MORRELL •• ! 1 SKINLESS WIENERS 2 LB. BAG MORRELL J' 1 "" I Via lift OV» POLISH SAUSAGE \ GRKHM?? « i 1 LB. BO^ ——.aS" " 69<? LB. CLEARFIELD WISCONSIN '^LVER JUBILEE pSB==^-^ Ole-N-Sharp Cheese ™ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^ ICK^ 1 *^' ^1 , H SAVINGS | O A£ I WOODEN BOX PACK fV^9 Y KOOL AID 3 PKGS. 10 <************************! HILAND Potato Chips TWIN PACK BOX 49' :**#************ COCK OF THE WALK PEACHES CAM>BELL'S SOU 39*60 TIDE GIANT SIZE CHICKEN NOODLE AND^ MUSHROOM 6 FOR RICHLIEU YUM YUM CROSS CUT Sweet Pickles PINT JAR -$' 4 VAN CAMP | CLEARFIELD CO R o I MARGARINE BEANS i $ EACH 6 303 CANS SUPER VALU ASPIRIN 100 COUNT BOTTLE WILSON'S SMOKED i... i CANADIAN BACON I ^^ fm^Ji We LB. <************************J KINGSFORD CHARCOAL 20 LB. BAG HOLLYWOOD Candy Bars 6 PACK 19' 5*' CLOROX Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday HOOD'S GALLON ALGONA 49 JR. M.Y.F. BAKE SALE THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 29 STARTING AT 9 A.M. CYPRESS GARDEN UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 02. 29 HOME-STYLE ARCHWAY COOKIES C & H BROWN, DARK BROWN or POWDERED 2 LB. CELLO BAG 2-1 Ib. pkg GOOD VAI PRUNES CREAMETTES DEBBIE LIQUID DETERGENT SUPER VALU VEGETABLE OIL 59 2 LB. BOX 39 32 OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE 29 24 OZ. BTL. 39 FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES OR 10 OZ. RED RASPBERRIES 4 89< BIRDS EYE CUT CORN and PEAS 6 FOR 10 OZ. PKG. MARIGOLD FROZEN DESSERT MANY FLAVORS 1/2 GAL. COFFEE RICH NON-DAIRY 16 OZ, Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—5 Thursday, April 27, 1967 HOSPITAL APRIL 18 - Admitted: Mrs. Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, medical ; no dismissals. APRIL 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 8 oz. APRIL 20- Admitted: Patrick Jerry Shaw, Algona, surgery; Charles D. Gunder, Algona, medical; dismissed, Armour Lemkee. APRIL 21 - Dismissed: John Origer, Bode, George Powers, Mrs. Ann Fechner, Mrs. John Elbert and baby, Algona. APRIL 22 - Dismissed: John Zeller, Jerry P. Shaw, Algona. WANTED NEED : Four ladles to take orders and deliver Fuller Brush Products part time. Choose own hours, 3 to 20 hours a week. Earn $2 to $4 per hour. Write C. VON BANK, 2308-12U1 St., Emmetsburg, la. (33-37) WANTED: Three ladles to distribute advertising, take orders and deliver merchandise, part time. Choose your hours. Others average $1.50 to $4 per hour. Write K. F. KNUDTSON, 750 W. 7th St., Garner, la. (33-37) FOR INFORMATION on Farmers Hybrid, Am Beef, and other new Issues, contact HAROLD W. MARTIN, 436 LoomlsAve., Ft. Dodge, la. (29tfn) SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money from NEW TYPE high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2,900 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly income. More full time. For personal interview write P.O. BOX 5888, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 55419. Include phone number. (33*) OPENING FOR WOMAN TO" ASSIST IN PARTS DEPT., DO SOME BOOKKEEPING, TELEPHONE ANSWERING, COUNTER WORK. SHOULD BE ABLE TO USE TYPEWRITER. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., 108 SOUTH HALL ST., ALGONA, PHONE 295-3554. (Sltfn) Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to everyone who attended the Open House in our honor, Sunday, April 16, and to those who sent cards and remembrances. You all helped to make it a very enjoyable day. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zurnach. (33*) CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all who contributed to the success of the Grand Opening of Hank's Dairy Creme. Florence and Hank Furst. (33) An Appropriate Memorial See or Call FLOYD H EIM An Experienced MEMORIALIST Phone Collect 332-1302 HUMBOLDT Largest Selection IN IOWA K ALL IN OHNtOH MONUMINI CO. Display and I'rnJm (Inn I'Unt NEW LOCATION 1914 North 15th Street (South ot I'reloars Inn) Fort Dodge, Iowa OVtK 40 VKAKS SK.KVICE

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