The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1967 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 11, 1967
Page 11
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Tuesday (la.) Upp« | r July it, 1967 MoHm-^-S i •^ — » • «• »^^^» LOCALS MRS. JOSEPHINE KUNKEL, assistant manager of the high school Annex hot lunch program here, recently attended a one- week school lunch short course at Iowa State University, Ames. A total of 149 school lunch cooks attended and studied menu planning, etc. The course was sponsored by the University and Iowa Department of Public Instruction. CAL AND SCOTT Tschetter, Eagle Grove, son and grandson of Mrs. Thelma Tschetter, Algona, were featured in two large pictures that appeared in the Eagle Grove newspaper last week. Cal and his son Scott were members of an Eagle Grove delegation that attended a baseball game in Minneapolis on July 4th. They were introduced to the stars of the Minnesota Twins teams and the photos showed them talking with Harmon Killebrew and Jim Kaat. REV. AND MRS. Knute Orton are back in the United States on a furlough of a year. They are in the missionary field at Campell, Africa and have been house father and mother to a group of children whose parents are at various missionary posts and unable to have their families with them. They have visited with Knute's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Web Orton, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Orton at Marshalltown and at Mason City with his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abernathy. They also will see the mother, Mrs. Clark Orton at Terre Haute, Ind. During the month of July, Rev. and Mrs. Orton are at the Baptist camp at Clear Lake. SEVERAL 4-H GIRLS assisted in the serving of the Good Samaritan homes picnic dinner July 4th, including Marilyn Roethler, Sue Smith, Debbie Specht, Zelda Meehlhause and Becky Buscher. MR. AND MRS. Dick McGinnis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves spent the weekend at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves were also at the lake with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook of Mason City. Mr. Hargreaves came home a day sooner than Mrs. Hargreaves. MR. AND MRS. C. R. McQuiston are being visited a couple of weeks by their son James and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Mulligan, Closter, N. J. They were also visited over the July 4th holiday by their son Lee and family of Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. "Dutch" Honsbruch and Mrs. Elizabeth Post are at Okoboji for a while doing some fishing. The Honsbruchs have a large house trailer. MRS. OLGA JORDON has been visited by her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Jordon and children, Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS, James Walker are being visited by Mrs. Gil Fosnaugh, Lavonne and Luellen, Guttenberg, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have been at Iowa Falls and were with Howard Walker and Howard Johnson. JOAN POST, Sioux City, came lor a few days vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dick Post, MOST NUTRITIOUS PRODUCED! PRODUCT LEHMANN'S DAIRY ^^ NOT LESS THAW It's Superior to Regular Milk BUTTEMFAT SUPER VITAMIN NUTRITIVE VALUES As much CALCIUM (2.8 gnu.) as Is derived from 7 loaves of Cracked Whe/nt Bread. As much PROTEIN (88 gms.) as Is derived from IS large eggs. AM much VITAMIN C (2«0 mg.) as Is derived from 8 good-sized oranges. A. much VITAMIN A (8000 USP Units) as Is derived from six * lb. peaches. As much VITAMIN B, (2 mg.) as Is derived from 5 cups of cooked green peas. As much VITAMIN B, (4 mgs.) u u der | V ed trom eight 54 lb. lamb chops. (2 ° «"*•>•• to derived toad. ** ° f enrlched wh "« As much IRON (20 mg.) a. Is derived from Stt cups of canned spinach. Asmuch IODINE (.8 mg.) as is derived worn ft teaspoon of Iodized salt A. much VITAMIN D (800 USP Units) as to derived from ft lb. of tuna. BBS SUPER ENRICHED EXTRA COST! 25%MORE PROTEIN IN THIS HALF GALLON CARTON OF SUPER 2 + C THAN IN REGULAR MILK ^/wvt r^ f^ ^7 CONTAINS " 12O mg. per qt. VITAMIN . ^=234^ IT'S DELICIOUS! GIVES YOU LOTS MORE OF THE NUTRITION YOU WANT Here's -the Secret/ LOTS LESS OF THE FAT YOU DON'T WANT! NOW, ANOTHER NEW PRODUCT AVAILABLE AT YOUR GROCER'S . . . One word describes if... Try some today! NORDICA Cottage Cheese EMMETSBURO. IOWA

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