The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1967 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1967
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moinei plliiiiiiiNiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM ! AROUND ALGONA | ''HiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuimiiiNiiiiiiiiw RKCti.VT GUESTS OF Dr. ,IIK! Mrs. Harold W. Kjickson we re- tier mother, Mrs.O. ,J. ArKlc-rs-jn, Buffalo, Minn., liisfath'/i • Andre-v.- Erickson, Mmne.ipijli.s; arid her brother and -.vife, Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Anderson, Mankat'i. They were here to attend the confirmation of Lynn Hi k-kson, daughter of Dr. and Mi s. Krirkson. The parents name f-,i tin. >,i'<l;end and th<. l,iotli>-i ,md wife for the day." -.'.MS Ma\ 1-4, Mother's Da\. MH. AND MRS. H'-mei Clark will have as LU'-sts foi three days Christine GnaKtsik, her father, Francis Gn.iUisik, and her sister, Lorraine, all of Milwaukee, U'is. The;, will arrive June G. Christine is the bride- to-be of Nick Clark, with plans for the weddiiij.; to be in August. Nick is stationed sin<;(- Oclobei at Charleston, Smith Carolina at the Fleet li.ilistics Missile Submaiine Training Center. A SIIOU'KK WILL be ;;iven for Christine Gnabasik the evening of June r, at the j/ ;i<l k Walton Hall. Hostesses will include Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Mis. John Fotli, Mrs. William Fotli, Mrs. Mary Dim/j/id, Mrs. UV.s H.irt- lett, Mrs. J. V. 1 lard;;rove, Mrs. Donald D. Jornenson, ,md Mrs. A. E. Bri f ; f ;s. GUESTS LAST THUKSDAV of Mrs. Milton Dahl were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zimmerman of Des Moines, enroute home from a fishing trip in Minnesota. MARY JEAiN HOOD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood and a teacher at Bloomington, Minn, will arrive to visit her parents about June 12. She will remain here for a few days and then with her roommate will travel to Mexico and California. KB54 FIELD PROVEN FAN HOUSING A.nilublr wiih Mmjnel • Innh i: ,i|i.u. it v- • lin the t»(> silo--,' • IIMI'II Hlcil I,,, h,i>l.i(.;c' % ;>., •.•-- T h<- ;i, , :• ,., ,. • \ h .it ".I i> piovn .tM'il .in thf hii' silos It s '••,•., r • SHAKER PAN Ptr. i.'ff.. '.Mini up in hopiu'r VV.uls .!•,. 'I'snii'd Smoother LMISM.I. • ' . .-. V t,in • WIDE. LOW HOPPER Projects M housing *.} f IM s v a | [ • i, i. i,- h • NO BLOW BACK No b.ifthiif', to restrtn forat'e (low • LIFETIME LUBRICATED No f.rt'asiiv rt'C)i..'oc! • SHRED KNIVES Keep tli,- ti;-s .• IMP Ad lustalHc , ,,(iiM ',.,• lii.ules. AVAILABLE BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. MCI in Alcicnq MH. AND MRS. Irving (Pudge; Millar am! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshirf' v.-erc hosts at the- Miller huriif- Siinday evenirig at a coffeo follov/iiii; HaccHlauroato Sol'vio'.s. Honoro'l '.veie Connit- Uartjyshiro and Deimis Miller, irifinbcis of the ,;iadiiatiru; class. Dennis v.111 be employed by the North lo'.va Director, Seivic ( - diirinr the summer. MRS. R. A. Cowan v/ent to Cedar Falls last evening and brought her 'laughter, Cindy, home from State College oflov.'a. Cindy will be here until June 11, when she will return to Cedar Falls to attend surnmei school. GUESTS OF' Dr. and Mrs. John Scliutter have been }iei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riif-en of Clearwater, Florida, whoai rived to attend the graduation of James Scliutter. His summer plans are indefinite, and he plans to attend St. Ol.if College in the fall. MR. AND MRS. John Sires, Jr., and daughter, VVondy, Cedar Rapids, spent from Friday until Tuesday visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. JLANNIE MILDER was honored on her seventeenth birthday by 4") friends at a surprise party at the Milder home. Colors were blue and white. Her birthday cake was in the shape of a large guitar. She had helped her father decorate the recreation room, thinking he was to entertain some business friends. Several of her friends arrived to take Jeannie to the theatre. She was blindfoltxJ and brought back to her home. The evening was spent with games and dancing. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan and three year old Molly left Saturday to go to Lake West Okoboji. They were joined there on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. James Milder, who were sponsors at Molly's baptism. MRS. A, J. Eason spent Tuesday in Nevada, where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs . Jim Potter. They were joined there by the other daughter and children, Mrs. Ervin Ogland of Indianola. DIANE MALUEG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg, was honoree Saturday at a shower at the First Presbyterian Church. She is to be married Sunday, June 4 at 2:30 p.m. to Keith Dwire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dwire of Tyler, Minnesota. The future groom teaches at Lakeville, Minnesota. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. William Fuuk, Mrs. William Finn, Mrs. Ivan Long, Mrs. A, J. Eason, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs. Allwin Huenhokl, Mrs. Casey Loss, Mrs. Bob Kollasch, Mrs. Duane Klein, and Mrs. Laura Hough. Mrs. Eason offered two readings. JEFF ALLEN will again work for the Soil Conservation Service this summer, and his brother, Greg, will be employed by \Vei- clenlioff Corporation. The boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen. MRS. G. RUSSELL COOK returned Thursday after a week in Minneapolis, where she attended the weddim: of a ^real-niece. MRS. A. J. Eason recently gave a talk on Australia to the two Gth grade classes of Walter McBride and Mrs. Art Odgaard. She displayed items and gave statistical figures and talked about the history of the country. Kossuth county's Favorite newspaper Stock up on Hamm's Thirst Aid Kits From tlie land of sky blue waters comes the water best for brewing . . . Hamm's never stops refreshing you . . . glass aftc- glass, round after round. POTTER DISTRIBUTING CO. ALGONA 295-3202 (42-43-45) ? CENTER CUT CHUCK ROAST Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday HOOD'S ALGONA The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE >5«5ii5f8f5«5«5««*!«f3«B*^^ Thursday, June 1, 1967 Algono (la.) Upper Des Moin*s-7 '0/v '"10 USDA Choice Round Bone CHUCK ROAST 'or I USDA Choice SUPER UALU USDA Choice ARM CUT TRY THESE ON THE GRILL \ CAKE KRAFT ICE CREAM TOPPING HOT CHOCOLATE BUTTERSCOTCH CARAMEL CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE STRAWBERRY "CH H COyp, ' J £°n FOR USDAl CHOICE; FRONT BEEF QUARTERS Cut and Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge — Select Your Own If You Wish! \ U USDA CHOICE BONELESS STEWING BEEF N/n£S> NO- \ HEINZ LEENEX ALL VARIETIES 200 COUNT BOXES LOUS creek LONGHORN CHEESE CRYSTAL GRANULATED STRAINED jars SUPER VALU FRED STEAK APPROX. 26 PIECES BROWN & SERVE FULLY COOKED JUNIOR PORK & BEANS 300 CAN OR 6 STEAKS Ib. bag RED KIDNEY BEANS 300 CAN FOR CLEARFIELD COUNTRY ROLL MARGARINE FLAV-O-RITE OR FLORIDAGOLD FROZEN 6 OZ. CONCENTRATE CAN ORANGE JUICE 69^ FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN DINNERS CHICKEN - TURKEY BEEF - SALISBURY STEAK FLAV-O-RITE SHOESTRING POTATOES LB. PKG. FLAV-O-RITE |CHOCOLATE I CHIPS OLD SALEM CHARCOAL n oz. BRIQUETS SILVER JUBILEE OR SCOCOANUT SUPER UALU 14 OZ. WESSON COOKING OIL NEW CROP CALIF. U.S. NO. 1 LONG WHITE 24 OZ. BOTTLE POTATO SUPER VALU TOILET PAPER $' HORMEL'S LB. BAG GLAZED ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. John Hanselman, Mrs. Anna Meyer and t'vo children, and Helen Wichtendahl attended a bridal shower Sunday at West Bend for Carol Brandt, Omaha, Nebr., whose marriage to Paul Hanselman, West Bend, will take place June IT in the Lutheran church at Omaha. Paul is a nephew of Mrs. Hanselman. - o - FAMILY GATHERING A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mary Young, and in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lane, Ventura, Mrs. Beulah Hansen and Daryl, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Hansen, Clear Lake, Mrs. Wanda Hudson, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Daryl, Mr. and Mrs. Erman Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and family. - o - SHOWER PLANNED An open house shower will be held June 1C at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Burl, for Mrs. Wendell Willrett. She is the former Sharon Kelly, Algona. All relatives and friends are invited. — o — FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby joined a family group Sunday at Spencer. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg, parents of Mrs. Nasby. CHURCH NEWS W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church was to meet June 1 for a one o'clock luncheon. Chairmen were Mrs. George Scuffham and Mrs. Stanley Gardner. The program "From Faith to Faith" was given by Mrs. James Andreasen. Beginning at 8:30 a. m. the March circle will serve coffee, June 8, at Mrs. Joe Tschetters. The free offering will go toward the building fund. Circle cochairmen are Mrs. James Andreasen and Mrs. Jon Putnam. Women of the United Presbyterian church were to meet June 1 for a 1:30 luncheon. The national missions program was presented by Mrs. Glen Stockdale of Apllngton. Mrs. Laura Hough was in charge. Devotions by Mrs. Leon Martin and music by Mrs. Fred Geigel. MR. AND MRS. Louis Nitchals visited her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clasing, at Ruthven Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nitchals will spend a few days later this week at Cross- lake, Minn, at the Schneider Bungalow Resort. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sindelar were Mrs. Wilma Kooksey and Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham of Silvis, Illinois. MR. AND MRS. William Finn and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Welp of Bancroft will go to Dubuque Saturday for overnight. They will attend the graduation of their son and brother, Jim Finn, from Dubuque University. His major has been English, and he will receive his Bachelor of Arts degree, which he earned in Jan- uary, on Sunday, June 4. He will spend the summer in the Chaplain Interne program at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas. MR. AND MRS. Russ Waller and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Waller and Melissa spent the weekend at the Waller cottage on Cross Lake, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Homer Clark went to Mason City, Tuesday afternoon, to meet their son, John who arrived from the west coast by plane. He has received a full discharge. MICHAEL NITCHALS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals, was graduated from Garrigan High School Sunday. Guests to attend the ceremony were Mrs. Nitchals' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Currans, her sister, Kathryn Currans, two of her nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clasing and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clasing, all of Ruthven; her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Currans and daughter, Kathy and Mr. and Mrs. Keyron Currans and family, Emmetsburg; Mr. Nitchals brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nitchals, Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Molacek, and Mrs. Arlys Lupkes, AJgona. Also, the Nitchals* son, Jim, came from Mankato. Michael will work this summer for the city streets department I/iferesfRafes Go Down... Mil You Be'' Left Up What interest rate will you be paying in 1970? With a Federal Land Bank Loan it could be less. Interest rates on existing loans have been voluntarily reduced four times in the past when economic conditions permitted. This is one of many advantages of a Land Bank Loan. For a long-term, low- cost loan on your land to pay debts, buy land, make improvements or for other farm and family needs, see us today, LAND BANK LOANS LATMDBATMK (South of Penneys in Algona) — preferably Mondays and Wednesdays — Eugene H. Hutchins, Manager Helen Haas WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY ROLLS BUTTERNUT 12OZ.CAN JENO'S UGHNUTS ... LB. BAG COFFEE co «<•*, s —•—•—- 14UOZ. PKG. NEW CROP TEXAS SUPER UALU CABBAGE SUNKIST ORANGES • S ******** NOTICE! ALL DENTAL OFFICES IN ALGONA WILL BE CLOSED EACH SATURDAY DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST. DR. J. G. CLAPSADDLE DR, A. J. EASON DR, J. B. HARRIS, JR. DR. KARL HOFFMAN DR. KEVIN NASH DR. L. I. STROHMAN (42-43)

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