The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1967 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1967
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4—Algono (la,) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, June 29, 1967 VICTORIA DR.-VDLEY spent tho weekend -.vith her parents, Mr. ajid Mrs. Joseph M. Bra .lie;.. She returned to Omaha, Nehr., Sunday evening where she is employed in t')f person.' el department of an employment aijeiic;.. Victoria v/ill enter •.;ra<liutr> school next fall at the L'niveisit-. of Iowa where she -A-ill work toward her master's i Soiree in liiology. DR. AND MRS. Donald Kirir- field plan to sjjerid the holida;. weekend at tiie lake home of Mrs. Kingfield's father near Brainerd, Minn, on Like Uulx.-r. They plan a reunion with friends at MoonliKht liay, Cross Lob.-, Minn., while in the area. MR. AND MRS. Armin Sclmltz are spending a week's vacation at Silver Like, Minn., at the Schtiltz cotU:»'. MRS. MARIE I'RANKL recently purcliased a home at -11" No. Church St. in Al;;ona from D. C. V'ogel, Hand oft. SliopliiiiE to have the house remodeled and an addition built in July before she moves from her present home in Irvinyton. A RECEPTION was held at Charlie's Supper Club in Algona last Saturday evt-nlny for the parties involve'! in the Miss Algona Pageant. Loycal JayCoes ;uid their wives, the contestants anil their parents, and the sponsors attended the yet-together. MR. AND MRS. James Esser returned recently from a week's vacation with their two sons. The Essers traveled through Illinois and Missouri visiting friends and relatives. They spent some time enjoying the Lake of the Ozarks area before returning to Alyqna. MR. AND MRS. George Harris have as their guests this week their son Joel and his wife Ann and infant son from San Francisco, They are on vacation and will spend about a week here before Joel returns to his job as a sales representative for a major drug firm. MH. AM) Ml-.S. P i •_• ; K>::.'., Jr., Kiist;. ui'l H;ii':-'-, s; f -:it £!,<•• '.V'-.-f-kon-i .it V.'illni.ii', Mi;..-;, visit- in. Mr. an! Mis. b i ,;. Lof- ..IK! Mi'. AM.) MI'S. Jin. Sy-.i", \Villriiai, Minn., f'inr;'.-; Al- ,'.;i.ins, -<:*<• },'•:•'•• [•_, ,itt</;. i t!.> C"-.v,in-ii..-;ri;fjr.s •:••>. !'!i:i.-. TU-ir S'Jii-i.'i-i.r.v aii'i (iaii'.'.'.U-i, Mi. .iii'i Mrs. Esjft, Wui'itui, Miii;.., •.vero als'i j/if'Sent. MH. AND MI'S. Hi: ii. ,;,:: Hr.uiii, mal Al.-ir,,i, i(.-c:.--ivfj<: • J .-''i<i fr-iin tl.'.-ir <;-'! •;.•<••!, J.i.vt, '•'•in is '.•Hiju-j;.'-; ; in K<U.if!;,'./>,, Mich., that sh'- rf."-.T-:,th -i.-i'if :'•'•''•lit sur: f.'i;. foi tht.- i f.-in' >( ki'iur;. st',:i<-s. S!,'- is n-, •. ii.,i;.fj ii'iiii tlif-!i';si;it<)];i:,'; r'^-jw-r;;,. s.itisfacto: il;.. JEANN!•. MILUtR, 'lau.'l.t'.-i ,i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mil'k-r, is i'j.r/iiu; rii'i.i-. f'n Okohoji i',: the- .suinii.r-i .•.ti'.'n sit'- '-.111 c.:i • i'ii the chiHn-ii ',f Mrs. AJ l)f- Cr,iii(-, i'.i'.iixviili;, ;;.y. MLS. D'rCnuif.' is tho •laii;-!it(jr of Dr. KJIJ] Hoffiii.ui a.'i'i v/ill siMi'l tlif; f'liti:'-- SHiniii'-i v.ith hi-r father. MR. AMj MRS. Fi.-'!K-nt,Si., SlJf.'ht tli" .'.'.'i.-k'.-:,'! VaCati',IllU. at U.ij.i'ian, Mini,. GARY KKLI.KV, r;..,!.,] Falls, St'j[)ii';il at tti<- li'illii; 'if lil£> |i.U'- «.-nts, Mi. .mil Mis. Ru.s.s'-'ll Ki'lh.'-,, Thuisila;, I'Vt/iiiiiij i.-u- rouU' to Kstli'.'i vilh' fni (!,(.. •.v.-l- 'lin;; of his rMdininat'j at St.iti; C'jlk'i'A' of lov.a, Gar. Hro'.u.'i, R»'l <)-dk. Six frii-n'ls of Gary's acconijaiui.''! him to K,sth«jrvill(/. Gary, an art majoi at tin' Ct' Falls school, has taJ-;un a position in tlif art ilopartnioiit of Hath I'ackin;;, \Vati.'ilnu. MRS. RAY WALBR1DGE (nee Judy Co-.van) and (Jain;hters Lori ajul Ann of Olympia, Wash., arc here for ,ui extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan. Mrs. Walbridge came here for the wedding of her sister, Cynthia, to Larry Heltners, June 24. The daughter Lori was a flower yirl at the wedding. They are also visiting her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Nelson. MRS. il. R. COWAN had as guests June 24 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parsons, Eagle Grove. They were here to attend the Cowan-Helmers nuptials. Chuck Roast POT SHOOTING THE WORKS •^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^ HOOD'S AIGONA FOR THE The AVERAGE Food Cost U LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. Wt Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE ™,,™,™ I OPEN UNTIL & i 9 P.M. MONDAY, ^ ^ JULY 3, FOR YOUR ^ SHOPPING i CONVENIENCE YOUNG TENDER, WHOLE " ROAST / "*> ,-. il * * '& v Ib. FAMILY PACK APPROX. 26 PIECES CAMP'S PORK & BEANS 2 _fo» 25? NO. 303 CAN KRAFT" USDA Choice KOSS KOSSUTH COUNTY ASSOCIATION Swiss Steak USDA Choice CHUCK STEAK WILSON'S CUT UP PAN READY PKG. Ib. ! i DELICIOUS, QUI IK MEAL jGUS GLASER CHIPPED BEEF | 2 PKGS. 79$ 12 oz. can FRANKS GDrdlASER :rr ~" ! WILSON'S FESTIVAL Smorgasbord Pack EA 69^ IH A M FLAV-O-RITE SNACKS CARMEL CORN CHEESE POPS CORN CHIPS RED RIPE .-'.-tt.'it-A'Otfo../.,-.'.- 1 .'/.'.-.... von WATERMELON / S \ *, •&.< ^L^^^^a r ,•••• ——'•"^•^^^"^^^^ OLD SALEM YOU CAN DO A FIGURE no skipping, no missing, no wrapping, with this new, positive twin drive SHADY HA YMAKER! Brady hay conditioners improve your hav cron hv w NEW LOAD BONDWARE PAPER PLATES 100 COUNT PKG. NABISCO OREO GULF CHARCOAL STARTER AND UP QT. CAN 1 LB. PKG, for for H o free demonstration on your farm. CALIF. NEW WHITE 20 LB. BAG 89c POTATOES BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT NABISCO SNACKS CHICKEN IN A BISKET BACON THINS MERRY MAKERS SOCIABLES MA BROWN C : RELISH I OL' FASHION HAMBURGER HOT DOG SWEET I 13 OZ. BASKET JAR 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA SUPER VALU ALUMINUM FOIL 25 FT. ROLL SUPER VALU SHORTENING ool-Aidr ALL FLAVORS 3 LB, CAN LAY'S RED DOT PILLSBURY POTATO CHIPS TWIN PACK BOX ALL EXCEPT ANGEL FOOD FLAV-O-RITE VITA STUFFED MANZ. OLIVES NO, 12 REFRIGERATOR JAR COOKIES 4 22 VARIETIES ] PERT ASSORTED i NAPKINS 200 COUNT PKG. ARGO SLICED PEACHES PACKED BY PACKERS OF DEL MONTE NO. 2'/ 2 CAN FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 10 OZ. PKG. i FLAV-O-RITE or SEA MIST j FLAV-O-RITE POLY BAG LEMONADE i SHOESTRING e | POTATOES ! 1H LB. BAG 6 oz. can FLAV-O-RITE ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS .**:,.. VALU Thursday, June 29, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dej Moines-5 Earl Berg, Swea City, Is State VFW Commander EAEL BERG Earl Berg of Swea City lias been elected state commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, succeeding Louis Boysen of Audubon. The organization met in Des Moines over the weekend. Other new officers chosen are Lloyd Rockne, Estherville, senior vice-commander; Mark Buchkeite, Oelwein, junior vice- commander; Wayne Rome, Des Moines, quartermaster; Ivan Evers, Clinton, chaplain; W. T. Jones, Creston, judge advocate, and Kenneth Guthrie, Oskaloosa, surgeon. Delegates approved resolutions urging an end to discrimination of denying burial to veterans at Arlington National Cemetery, support for legislation to provide punishment for willful desecration of the U. S. flag and support of the U. S. policy for South Vietnam. Mrs. James Schmidt of Schaller was chosen president of the V.F.W. Auxiliary. Des Moines Persons Hurt, Tuesday Crash Three Des Moines residents sustained injuries in a 2-car mishap three miles south of Bancroft on highway 169 at 2:15 p. m. Tuesday. Taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment were Terry Van Langen, 10, ellxnv injury and bump on the head, his sister, Diane, 12, back injury, and their mother, Ja^uiline Van Langen, 33, left hand injury. An auto driven by Nicholas Sandt, 81, Bancroft, was demolished and the Des Moines vehicle, driven by Orvin Van Langen, 37, sustained $1,500 damage in the crash. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated the mishap charged the Bancroft driver with turning left at an intersection. According to the report, the Sandt vehicle made a left turn in front of the Van Langen machine at the intersection of highway 1G9 and a gravel road. A Dolliver man, Robert M. Scliwidder, 29, was charged with OMVI after the truck lie was driving left a blacktop road and rolled over in a ditch three miles north and 3 1/2 miles east of Armstrong at 1:20 a. m) Tuesday. Sheriff Lindhorst investigated and estimated damage to the vehicle at $200. READ THE WANT ADS NEW DRESSES -Nancy Frocks- 5.98 New Sleeveless — Shifts — Sleeves 12-20 12 1 /2-24 1 / 2 ;*** Colonial Frocks- Jersey — Lawns — Dacrons Shifts - $7.98 Elite Hat Shop 204 E. STATE ALGONA ALGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET ANOTHER BIG SUPER STOCK CAR RACE AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA) WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 30 TIME TRIALS - 8:30; RACES - 9 P.M. ADMISSION: ADULTS - ONLY $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - 25c COME ONE - COME AU ! KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA

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