The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1967
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Thursday, June 8, 1967 A| 9 ona < la '> U PP er Des Moinr: 4-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinej ThurjdaY, June 8, t067 New Jersey Girl Bride Of Timothy L Dailey, Algona minil'llil! AROUND ALGONA CHANCESARE SHE SAVES EVERYDAY OF THE WEEK AT BUTTER-NUT ygsmaumnnm mmammmam -*WHV v&eam HKmeuim WANSON'S TOO! til NEIGHBOR SWANSON'S ALL FLAVORS COFFEE ICECREAM GAL. lV _ SWANSON'S KITTY CLOVER POTATO CHIPS TWEN PAC - REG. 59c WE RESERVE THE RIGHTS TO LIMIT QUANTITIES J (••*•(>•«•• ••*••*••*••»••»•»••< AN EMPLOYEE STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OWNED KITTY CLOVER CHIPS & DIP FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ***************************** $ AD PRICES GOOD 6 DAYS - | | THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th | $#*************************** U.S. CHOICE 7-BONE-CUT BEEF ROASTS '^ POUND At an 11 o'clock nuptial mass Saturday morning, June 10,1967, Kathleen Ann Kimak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimak of Bloomfleld, N. J., became the bride of Timothy L. Dailey. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dailey of Algona, la. The Right Rev. Monsignor George Durisin officiated at St. Michael's Cathedral, Passaic, N. J. A reception followed at the Friar Tuck Inn, Cedar Grove, X. J. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a skimmer line silk satin gown trimmed with alencon lace accented with seed pearl trim on the hem, designed with a cathedral train. The matching beaded crown held her French illusion finger tip veil and she carried a cascade of white roses and stephanotis. Paula Sudol of Wallington, N. J., who attends Regis College, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Irene Pietrowitz, Wallington, a student at Newark State, and Mar jorie Dailey, sister of the bridegroom. William Lontz, Fargo, N. D., graduate student at the University of Washington, was best man. Ushers were Edward Kimak, brother of the bride, a graduate student at the University of Chicago, and George Hagen of Clif- ton, J. J., ' 4 "ho attends St. Peter's College. Larry Sisco, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer and Donna Fenkaayn, the flower girl. Mrs. Dailey has completed three years at Grinnell College, Grinnell, la., and will transfer to Syracuse University, Syracuse, X. Y. to complete her degree in history. Mr. Dailey is an alumnus of Grinnell College and is employed by the General Electric Co. in Syracuse, X. Y. After a wedding trip to Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Dailey will reside in Syracuse, X. Y. 8 Enlistments In County, May Enlistments from Kossuth county for the month of May as reported by Selective Service are: Marines - Russell L. Shaw, Algona. .Air Force - David H. Matthiesen, Fenton; James D. Payne, Ledyard. Navy - Derald W. Berg, Swea City; Eugene F. Dontje, Swea City; Larry S. Scobba, Algona; Donald C. Haase, Algona, and Danny A. Anderson, Swea City. Xo inductions for May. STOKELY'S FROZEN HUNT'S FRUIT WELL'S BLUE BUNNY i COTTAGE CHEESE 9 ^_ ^-~_^— — —- -— • ^-—•^-'7^-T;—•r^-^^Pi' DINNERS HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE YOUR CHOICE .... . ARM CUT 300 SIZE CAN ROASTS Ib. ARMOUR'S FIRST CUT HAMS JENO'S w PIZZA double size SIRLOIN OF PORK ! Ib. be a smart gift-giver... \^M$MJMM££1~* IN ALGONA, SWANSON'S IS THE MELON KING ! i WATERMELON 9 ^*>"*sL - 6 PAC C 20 Ib. average PLUS DEPOSIT . . . WAGNER'S DELICIOUS DRINKS QUART • NEW RED POTATOES give electrically! Smart June grooms keep their June bribes always looking smart with a houseful of electric. appliances to save time and work. Smart June wedding gift givers give electrically . . . because they know an electrical gift /,<H ^-i used and appreciated for years to corne. There are so many work-saving electrical app'.- ances, all sure to please that newly-married co j- ple . . . and anyone else on your gift list, too Be a smart gift-giver . . . give electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities 0: •«£ RED RIPE SQUARE CAN- SLICE FOR COLD HAM SANDWICHES 3 Ib. can ___ ,,_ -—==—=====• ARM CUT - CHOICE BEEF SWISS S T E A K Jb. HORMEL'S LITTLE 8IZZLERS i^^^H^HH^HHEH HORMEL'S OR DECKER'S • RATH (END SLICES) SLICED CANADIAN BACON MR. AND MRS. Marvin Kramer and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests of the Herbert Knechts, Charles City. Elaine Kramer and Dennis Knecht were sponsors at the baptism of Catherine Elaine, infant daughter of the Knechts. Mrs. Josephine Knecht and Edward also-attended. NANCY ANN, daughter of the Wayne Dugans, was honored at a surprise party on her ninth birthday. Guests were her former classmates from Lone Rock, Karol Jensen, Janice Laabs, Debra Johanneson, Patty Parsons and Marie Kabrick. May 28, guests in honor of her birthday were the Jess Dugans and the Ray Blacks. Mr. and Mrs. V.'ayne Dugan, Nancy Ann and Jess, Jr., attended graduation exercises at Sioux Falls June 3 of their niece, Kathleen Kelley, daughter of the William Kelleys. Kathleen returned with the Dugans for a visit. LINDA LICKTEIG, (laughter of Ed Lickteig, will leave by plane for Chicago June G to v.ork as a governess. This will l>e her third year with the same family. Linda will return to college in the fall. MR. ANT) MRS. James Dodds entertained at a reception following commencement exercises for Sutira Soipet. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodds, Linda and Jean Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutm.ii., all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt , Terry and Cindy of Burt; Mrs. Richard Dugan and Ward of Elwood; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll 1 Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Dodds, Rev, arid Mrs. Merlin | Davies, all of Lone Rock; Mr. > and Mrs. Elmer Greinert and Ted, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bleck' wenn, Mrs. Robert Krause and J family, all of Fenton. \ k MR. AND MRS. James Dodds I had as guests over the Memorial " holiday Mrs. Don Allen and Mrs. ^ L. R. Kresensky, Mankato, Minn. ) Others attending a Memorial dink ner at their home were Mrs. |. Claris Kresensky and Mr. and J Mrs. Elmer Greinert ajid Ted, 9 and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause f and family of Fenton. IT MR. AND MRS. Jarnes Dodds ' and family attended the ordin- 9 ation of Mrs. Dodd's nephew, ) Mark McGovern, into the pries- fe hood at the Cathedral of Saint & Raphael, Dubuque. The following ? day they went to Riceville for 9) his first mass and reception. ( Mrs. Dodds assisted at the or- ft gan during his first mass. an indefinite length of time with Mrs. Mergen's sisters, Mrs. Paul Riff and family, Niles, 111., and Mrs. James Castress and family, Glenview; also her cousin Mrs. Al Biver and family. Her twin daughters JoAnn and Diane will be cared for at the Vernon Plathes, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Catherine Krieps, Algona, will attend to the household duties during Mrs. Mergen's absence. Scholarship To Briar Cliff, Garrigan Grad I JAXETTE MILLER Janette Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, rural Burt, and a 1967 graduate of Garrigan High School, was notified this week that she is recipient of a $300 scholarship and a $300 grant, renewable for four years of college, from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. I DECKER, / ////////// FRANKS WSTf"WGHT. 0-5^=^ '•^^: BEEF BACON"> WILSON'S TID-BIT EASY TO OPEN EASY TO USE EASY TO CLOSE BaconEnds 4" MR. AND MRS. Jerry Schimmel and family of Aberdeen, So. Dak., Mrs. Dyrl Jones Joyce and Debbie of Laurens and Mrs. Onalea Murphy of Clinton were weekend visitors in the John Schimmel home. Mrs. John Schimmel is hospitalized in St. .Ann Hospital. Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Jones are the Schimrnel's daughters and Jerry is their son. LARRY MERGEN will take his mother Mrs. Joseph Mergen and Susan to Ft. Dodge Thursday evening where they will leave by train for Chicago to spend IIRVINGTON) g By Marguerite Hayes g Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe entertained a group of relatives and friends at their home Friday evening honoring their daughter Kathleen a member of Garrigan's graduating class. Kathleen will attend St. Theresa's College at St. Paul in-Sept.•••• ; '• • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Me'sarros"' and children spent last weekend with relatives in Kansas City, Kansas. George Vitzthum expects to return home this week. He has been a surgical patient at Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp of Boone, Iowa called on friends here Sunday. Mr. Sharp was depot agent for C i N'W Ry Co here several years ago; he later went to Boone as a telegrapher for them. He has now retired. Farewell For Curtis Olsons Of Lone Rock The public is invited to an Open House Farewell Party for the Curtis Olson family, beginning with a Pot-Luck supper at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 10th, at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. Coffee, kool-aid, dishes and silverware will be furnished. BOONE RIVER CHUNK STYLE BIG TOMATOES b.x HAMM'S BEER LEMONS .-—••--{ $ .° L °. G . N A. S KRAFT'S TWIN-PAC ! CHEESE Ib. - WHILE THEY LAST RUBBER PLANTS ea. LARGE 16 OZ. CANS Green Giant MUSHROOMS (WHOLE STYLE) Moz. cans or • I • HIDDEN MAGIC PREMIUM HAIR SPRAY TOOTHPASTE Reg. $1.99 Can SAVE Vi \ Reg. 79c King Size Tube VALUABLE COUPON Hellmann's SPIN BLEND Salad Dressing Jar COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 14, 1967 ^ *\. ./ REDEEM COUPON AT SWANSON'S ! YOU CAN DO A FIGURE no skipping, no missing, no wrapping, with this new, positive twin drive BRADY HAYMAKER! E'ady nay concitiorers .mprc.e your hay crop by 50% . . . dr;es 50'; faster, softer, more palatable. Saves the prcte:n, carotene, and otner .itamin content. Your BRADY HA.f'.'AKER /.MI crimp the stems and release excess moist'-re /,';tr,ojt camaging nutritious leaves. Call today frx a free Demonstration on your farm L BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA

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