The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1967
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6-Afgona (la.) Upper Des Moin«i| Thursday, May 25, 1967 SOCIAL EVENTS LINEN SHOWER Mrs. Russell Walker, Mrs. Howard Raney, Mrs. LyleRaney, Mrs. Murl Potter and Lorna Walker gave a linen shower Saturday for Pamela Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter of Emmetstmrg. She will be married June 10 in Ihc Bethany Lutheran church in Emmetsnurg to Michael Hermanson of the Air Force. Tv/enty guests were present. - o - AT WEDDING Mrs. Lydia Wetzell and Willis went to Chester Sunday, May 21, to attend the wedding of the former's granddaughter, Lind.i Cook, to Larry Kntft of Henwick. The bride is ,i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cook. - o - AT CONVENTION Ten members of the Garden Club attended a district convention last Tuesday at Lolir- vllle. The club entered six arrangements and received two blue ribbons and two yellow ril>- bons. AJI interesting talk on interpretive arrangements was given by Alice Anderson. Li attendance from the Algona club were Mesdames Polly Mc- Qulston, Jessie Reid, Henry Geilenfeld, Hertlia Dau, Florence Hayden, Agnes Dreesman, Vivian Kuhn, Mllo Dailey, Harley Troutman and Mrs. Fred Christensen. - o - SON GRADUATES Dill Bartlett will be graduated from Morningside College, Sioux City, next week, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Fern Foster, and his paternal grandfather, Dr. G. E. Bartlett of New Sharon, will be in attendance. It is possible his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seller, Storm Lake, will be able to be present. Mr. Seller expects his summons for further army service in a short time and will perhaps be gone at the time of Bill's graduation. - o - GOP WOMEN The Republican Women's Club of Kossuth County will meet Thursday, June 1, in the high school Annex at 8:30 p. m. Speaker will be Russell Buchanan. Hostesses will be the Algona women. - o - FIRST COMMUNION Mrs. Bertha Spear was taJ^Ri by Mrs. Jerry Thuente to Brltt Sunday to attend the first holy communion of Mrs. Spear's great-granddaughter, Janet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Richter. The rites were held in the Catholic church. - o - TO PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Marie Lamplight is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, May 24. - o - HOST DINNERS Mrs. Merlon Baker, Delia Welter, Edith Welter, Mrs. Don Gevings, Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, Mrs. Claude Slagle and Mrs. Dean Taylor entertained at brunch and dinner at the Country Club Monday. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. John Cash was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, May 24. - o - PLAN SHOWER The Plum Creek women are giving a miscellaneous shower Saturday, May 27, in the community rooms for Harriet Benschoter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter. She will be married in St. Thomas Episcopal church June 11 to Denis Green of New York. Miss Benschoter has been in New York, but at present is in Iowa City. The groom-elect's parents will accompany him here for the rites. FRIDAY CLUB Mrs. John Kohlhaas was hostess to her Friday club. Winners were Mrs. Walt Uchter, Mrs. C. J. McEvoy and Mrs. Mel Griffin. Mrs. Torn O'Brien was a guest. Prices Good Thursday, Friday/ Saturday & Monday HOOD'S KOOl-AID FRESH ICE PACK ALL FLAVORS ALGONA 8-PACK COCA-COLA \ FLAV-O-RITE OTATO HIPS for FRYERS KINGSFORD CHARCOAL ' 1 * * 16 OZ. BOTTLES full Ib. * box GENERAL MILLS SNACKS FOR WHISTLES, BUGLES, DAISIES HEINZ KETCHUP FAMILY SIZE 20 oz. Bottles GEDNEY PICKLES HAMBURGER SLICES OR PANTRY PICKLES M JL U, GULFLITE CHARCOAL ^^ ^fe JL * LIGHTER^ 29 C WHOLE FAMILY PACK CUT UP SUPER VALU OPEN MONDAY NIGHT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE KRAFT MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS Broiler Foil 49* I 18" X 25' EXTRA HEAVY DUTY NABISCO 100Z. PKG. 10CRITZ 1ST CRA CKERS VEAL AND LAMB AVAILABLE J 7 s / ~ Evsryon. will hlrdwood . fully cooked^ bon.|, M \ ' OPEN PIT HUNT'S * * BARBECUE I SAUCE REGULAR, GARLIC OR SMOKEY FRUIT COCKTAIL 300 CAN FOR CHEESE SPREAD COLGATE parti style s ham , GUS GLASER SILVER JUBILEE FRANKS SWIFT'S ESSEX Cervemt ARMOUR'S PARTI STYLE HAM $ LB. 1.19 LOTTS CREEK LONGHORN CHEESE IB. 59* Toothpaste69*1 CHIPPED BEEF PKG. FAMILY SIZE TUBE MA BROWN StokeW FLORIDA FULL EAR VAN CAMP'S SWEET CORN ^^^ I LARGE EARS EA. ''I' MM I' RELISHES OLD FASHION - HAMBURGER HOT DOG - SWEET RELISH 13 OZ. BASKET JAR for U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET 10 LB. BAG POTATOES MIX OR~MATCH LEMONS _Q_!?MGE_S. IG88SIZE fixes'SUGAR'S WEET ~~ NO, 2 CAN 59* OLIVES STUFFED OR QUEENS SHOESTRING REFRIGERATOR JAR 49 < j i - —-••—•» w«*-«—»i% WVVkkl TERMEION BUTT'R TOPP LARGE ROUND ICE COLD MELONS AVAILABLE 20 LB AVE. NONE HIGHER ANGEL FOOD CAKES i each 2 M 39« MORRELL PRIDE ALL-MEAT, SLICED BIG BOLOGNA LB. 49* ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA SLICED BACON LB. 65* WILSON'S CORN KING CANNED HAMS 5LB. *3.99 FLAVORITE POTATOES LARGE! 2 OZ. CANS (or • SNACKS CARMEL CORN CHEESE POPS CORN CHIPS for ZESTEE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES (SORRY WE RAN OUT NOW HAVE LARGE STOCK FEATURING THEM AGAIN) 2 LB. JAR [Algona ((a.) Upper Des Moin«-7 Thursday, May 2$, 1967 AROUND ALGONA JAMES H. AiNDREASEN and Vern McClure will attend the Iowa Bar Association convention in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. They will be joined Friday by their wives. THE EXECUTIVE committee of the Kossuth County Young Republicans met Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen. Retiring presidents are Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther of Corwith. Newly- elected presidents are Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen; vice presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Holmes, Lu Verne; and secretaries, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chambers, Corwith. The evening was spent in planning the programs and agenda for the coming year. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish this weekend are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish of Iowa Falls, and Mrs. Constance Stewart, a sister, Mountainside, N. J. WILLIAM F. STEELE was named a director of the executive secretaries of the Iowa Chamber of Commerce at a meeting last week in Des Moines. Mr. Steele served as president of the organization in 1959. DOUG BARR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr and a junior at Iowa State University at Ames, returned today (Thurs.) for a brief visit with his parents. He will leave May 29 for Mansfield, Ohio where he will spend the summer in accounting for Standard Oil of New Jersey. The younger son, Gary, a freshman at Centerville College, will be employed by the Directory Service of Algona for the summer. MICHAEL BOEKELMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boeckelman and a freshman at St. Benedict College, Atchlson, Kans., will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to spend summer vacation with his parents. MRS. FRED WEGENER returned Thursday from Park hospital where she had been a patient since April 29. MR. AND MRS. Luke Linnan will spend Wednesday through Friday in Des Moines where they are attending the convention of the Iowa Bar Association. Mr. and Mrs. Linnan and'her sister, Fredrica Wassenberg, Spokane Wash, last week went to Marysville, Kans. to visit relatives. Mr. Linnan returned to Algona, while his wife and her sister spent Mother's Day weekend in Omaha where they visited Brian Linnan and family. Mrs. Linnan and her sister will go to Minneapolis Saturday to meet another sister, Alvina Wassenberg, also of Spokane, who will stop briefly enroute to New York City, to attend an annual meeting or representatives of Kayser Aluminum Co. Mrs. Linnan and Fredrica will then proceed to Lac Couer D'Oreilles, Wise, to open the Linnan summer home. MICHELLE CASSEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel and a student at St. Teresa's College at Winona, Minn., will arrive this weekend for a visit with her family. She will leave early in the summer for Connecticut where she will be working during the summer. BUCKY (Glenn) Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan, will spend the weekend with his parents before continuing his education in medicine during the summer at Iowa University, Iowa City. He will bring his brother, Greg, who has finished his freshman semester at Grinnell College and who will spend the summer here with his family. MIKE SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and a schoolmate, Tom Kuschner of Arlington Heights, ni., returned to classes at St. Mary's at Winona, Minn, after a weekend here. Bob Smith arrived Wednesday to spend a few days here. Both Mike and Bob will work with their father during the summer, along with Greg Buchanan. LEO IMMERFALL spent last weekend at Iowa City where he had a routine check-up. MRS. C. D. SCHAAP became grandmother again May 5 when a daughter was born to her son and wife at Gardenia, Calif. Two other children in the family are age 4 and 2. Mrs. Schaap is now in an apartment in Napa, Calif, and plans to make her home on the west coast,

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