The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1967 · Page 4
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Three Changes In Pastorates Announced Three pastoral changes in this vicinity were announced during the final session of the North Iowa Methodist Conference at Davenport Thursday night. Rev. Galen W. Peckham will go from West Bend-Bradgate to ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Sibley; Rev. W. Marion Bloodworth will go to Swea City-Ledyard from Hinton-Merrill; and Rev. Charles L. Birchmier will transfer from DeWitt to West Bend-Mallard. Dog Tax The deadline for paying current city dog license fees for Algonans will lie reached witli the close of business at the city clerk's office Friday. lllllllllllg CHARGE IT 1 OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 1 Thursday, June 29, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 Miss Lockwood, L-Rock Is Married June 24 A A end-bf- month clean - up! uvu BALCONY I Ladies § Sleeveless Printed Shells 2 for $7 1 Striped Cotton S. S. Rich Girls $3.22 1 Cotton Knit Rich Girls Tops i Originally $2.99 NOW $2.44 | Nylon Stretch Knit Tops 1 Originally $2.99 NQW $1.50 1 Cotton Sleeveless Shells 2 for $3 1 Printed Jeans - Orig. $4.98 NOW $3.88 | Slacks & KneeKnockers - Cotton & Dacron __ 2 for $7 1 Dressed Reduced ! i ladies, misses, juniors, halfs $2 to $10 1 2 ONLY | Spring Plaid Coats - Orig. $18 NOW $5.88 i GIRLS | Playsuits 88e 1 Girls Penn Prest Blouses - Orig. $2.98 _ NOW $1.99 i Acrylic Sweaters — Orig. $4.98 NOW $1.44 1 SHOES | 14 Pr. Women's Flats | Orig. $5.99 to $6.99 NOW $4.88 | Men's Canvas Low Cuts, black only, sizes 8-13 5 Originally $3.99 NOW $2.88 | 22 Pr. Boys Hi & Low Canvas Shoes 1 Originally $2.99 NOW $2.44 1 7 Pr. Mens Slip Ons • § Orip r $9&$10 NOW $7.88 & $8.88 | MISCELLANEOUS | Boys Belts - wide selection § Originally $1 NOW 50c | Boys S.S. Plain and Plaid Shirts $1.66 to $1.99 1 Mens S.&. and L.S. Dress Shirts NOW $1.44 1 Linda Lou Lockwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allwin Lockwood, Lone Rock, and Oscar John Froehlich, son of Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich and the late Francis (Shrimp) Froehlich, Algona, were united in marriage at the St. Benedict Catholic church at a 10 a. m. nuptial high mass, Saturday, June 24. Father Nicholas Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. p i i • i The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a floor-length gown fashioned in organza over taffeta with soft centered pleats, a Sabrina neckline and long, lily- point sleeves. The gown featured a natural waistline with chantilace appliques gracing the bodice and a bow detail. The full skirt flowed to a full brush train enhanced by bands of lace. The forward headpiece of jeweled lace RUTA'S CAFE HOME STYLE COOKING Serving This Sunday | TURKEY & DINNER STEAK I VEGETABLE - ROLLS - SALAD 1 HOME MADE MEALS PIES ROLLS SOUP S Plastic Bathroom Window Curtains = | Orig. $2.98 NOW $1.50 | WIIIIIIHIIIIIII Illlllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM IlllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJn I I *i SERVED DAILY (Except CLOSED MONDAYS) e .! ? * . ' ". • . • • •• •;*! GwmfiCed. •..' ' The Friendly Store . •. • COUPON SALE! Fantastic Bargains —Clip and Save Quick-Mount 'Duchess' INSTALLS IN MINUTES! • Adjustable Thermostat • Washable Filter • Air Flow Louver 5,200 BTU CORONADO AIR CONDITIONER Take it home tonight and sleep in cool, quiet comfort. Dehumidifies, tool Just place it in the window, extend the accordion side panels, lower the window and plug it inl .44-jo Reg. $124.95 NO MONEY DOWN Low Cost Cooling! CORONADO 20" PORTABLE FAN 24-PIECE Stainless Set *4 83 with Coupon It can create a breeze though your home! Handsome s-'J Q'-y finish with polished b'cu'es. « Bamboo Laundry BASKET Reg. BOWL BRUSH AND HOLDER SEE-THRU BREAD BOX Reg. 98c with Coupon Keeps a 12" loaf fresh for dayi. Clear plastic top. IB-SOS Reg. 55c Plastic SHOE BOX 44 C with Coupon Protects good shoes. See-thru type for easy selection. 20-11 If FREEZER Storage Boxes Reg. 4 8c ea. for with Coupon Keep foods petals, aurora borealis and tear drop trimmed, held a full bouffant shoulder-length pure silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and sequined stephaiiotis. The bridesmaid's floor-length slim skirted dresses were fashioned of nile gieen dotted nylon sheer over taffeta with scoop necklines, belo\v-elbo\v sleeves that had double ruffles of sheer over white crocheted lace. The gowns featured high rise waistlines with green velvet bows and streamer details on the bodice. The matching foreward headpieces of flowers and leaves held nose-tip pure silk illusion veils. Mrs. Don Froehlich, Sioux City, served as matron of honor, and Margia Froehlich, sister of the groom, bridesmaid. Paula Lockwood, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. The bride's personal attendant was Inez Hannover, Algona. Don Froehlich, Sioux City, brother of the groom, was best man, and groomsmen were Lloyd Schilmoeller, Algona, and Tom Froehlich, brother of the groom. Serving as ushers were Lee Froelilich, brother of the groom, and Kenny Arndorfer, Algona. The music was furnished by the St. Benedict church adult choir, accompanied by Mrs. Bob Eischen. Following the ceremony, a dinner was held for 150 guests at the Algona Country Club at 12:30 p. m. During the short program after the dinner, Father Ruba served as master of ceremonies. A rpppptiou followed later in tlie afternoon. Cindy Lockwood was in charge of the guest book, and gift openers were Judy Thompson, Darlene Heinrich, both of Algona, and Andrea Stefanski, Mankato, Minn. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, the young couple will be at home on a farm six miles east of Algona. The bride is a 1965 graduate of Sentral High School, Fenton, and has been employed at The Algona Upper Des Moines. The groom graduated from Garrigan High School and is presently engaged in farming. (Photo by Thomson Studio of Britt) MR. AND MRS. A. J. Eischeid were visited Sunday by Mivand Mrs. Peter J. Eischeid of Plelbur, la. They also visited other relatives in the area. NEWLY-ELECTED officers of the Women of the Moose were installed Monday evening at the Moose Lodge by Francis Bunting, installing regent and former governor of the Moose Lodge. Officers installed were Mrs. Daisy Schauer, senior regent; Mrs. Helen Klooster, junior graduate regent; Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin, junior regent; Mrs. Elizabeth Plathe, chaplain; Mrs. Alberta Garbett, treasurer; Mrs. Rose Olsen, recorder; Mrs. Elizabeth St. John, sentinel; and Mrs. Josephine Bunting, argus. Mr. Bunting was assisted in the installation by Mrs. Vicki Steburg, installing chairman. After a short business meeting, a social evening followed. MR. AND MRS. Dale Hannover Had as supper guests Sunday evening, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olsen and iamily. MRS. JOHN K1SSNER attended the Minnesota Twins-White Sox baseball game at Minneapolis June 24 and wlu'le there met her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, who live in Minneapolis. MRS. MARY OLSON has returned home from St. Ann hospital after having been a patient there for several days following an attack of bronchial pneumonia. DEBRA ANN SPECHT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Specht, and Mary Lou Boudewyns, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Boudewyns, spent from June 19 through June 28 at the Girl Scout camp, Camp Gaywood at Clear Lake. Mrs. Specht picked up the girls Wednesday and brought them home. * MRS. LYDIA Wetzel was visited Saturday by Mrs. William Steil and Richard and Karen Cooke, LuVerne. MRS. EVA Deim and Mary Bieser entertained Helen Zitt- ritsch, Gardena, Calif., and Mrs. Glen McMurray, Glendale, Cal., Mrs. Tracy Kelley and Mrs. Elizabeth Post at dinner Monday. The Californians were the honored guests and all are sisters. MRS. JOHN Dutton entertained Helen Zittritsch, Mrs. Glen McMurray and Mrs. Mary Zittritsch at dinner Tuesday evening. The sisters are leaving this week for their homes in California. ENJOY THE FOURTH! f I \ T » But Be Careful, Please... | We hate to lose our friends and customers — . especially in the manner shown above. Drive f with caution over the holiday weekend and have A your car safety-checked before leaving town. A We care what happens to you ! ! SPONSORED BY THESE ALGONA SERVICE STATIONS: i SUPERIOR 400 STATION 719 So. Phillips KAJEWSKI CHAM PUN SERVICE! 302 E. State HOPKINS SKELLY SERVICE 702 E. State WAGNER DX SERVICE 304 No. Jones STRUECKER CONOCO SERVICE 701 E. State JOE'S TEXACO SERVICE So. Hwy. 169 AL'S NORTH SIDE TEXACO Jet. Hiway 18 & 169 SCHULTZ BROS. STATION South Phillips VIKING OIL COMPANY 902 No. Main BEHR STANDARD SERVICE L 400 East State J

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