The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 13, 1967 Former Algona Girl To Wed MARY HALLAUER Rev. and Mrs. Gerald G. Hallauer of Spencer announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Sue, to Richard Alexander Schafroth of West Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix H. Sciiafroth, also of West Des Moines. Miss Hallauer, \vhoisiffiliated with Delta Delta Delta sorority and with Angel Flight, is a spring graduate of Iowa State University in Ames. Mr. Schafroth attended West Point Military Academy and is now attending Iowa State University, where he is a social affiliate of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He is also currently trying out for professional football with the Atlanta Falcons. LOCALS MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney has been visited by her cousin, Paul Ferrigan, Chicago. He was met at Fort Dodge by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart of Humboldt and brought here. He also visited Mrs. Mary Nelson at the Humboldt nursing home. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Mahoney and cousin of Mr. Ferrigan. MRS. FRANK VERA has been visited the past three weeks by her daughter, Mrs. Don Johnson (Elvie) and Tommy andTim- my, Phoenix, Ariz. They are leaving for home Wednesday. MARY ANN BRAD LEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, was honored at a kitchen shower Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.Joseph Bradley. Hosteeses were Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr., Mrs. Emmett Bradley, Mrs. Dennis Waller, Mrs. Garland Bradley and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. Mary Ann will be married to ThomasE. Cronin, Oak Park, HI., July 29, at St. C Delia's church, Algona. MRS. LEO SPILLES of No- vata, Calif, came June 8 for a visit at West Bend with her sister, Mrs. Ed Anliker and other relatives and friends. She will be well-remembered as a former Algonaan until she and her late husband sold their hardware store and moved to California. She plans to be here through July. Mr. Spilles died five years ago. ALGONA HIGH School's Class of '57 will meet in thuir 10-year reunion August 5 here. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton will have as guests from Omaha, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton and family. With them will be Mrs. Jerry Dutton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks, London, England. They will also visit friends at Minneapolis. Mr. Brooks is near retirement and it is probable they will come to the United States to make their home near their daughter and family. L/C PL. RONALD Waldera, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera, left Monday for Seattle, Wash, after spending a 10-day leave with relatives. He will be stationed at Whitbey Island. His wife and son, Bobbie, accompanied him. LT. COL. AND MRS. William Purcell and sons, Annadale, Va. spent a couple of days visiting his brother Jack and family. They are on their way to Hawaii where they will be stationed. ALBERT HAGG is making good recovery from a back ailment diagnosed as arthritis of the spine and with a brace, is very comfortable. He and his wife are leaving early in August for Monrovia, Calif., and are putting their property there for sale. They will then return to Algona and purchase a home. They will probably spend a couple of the cold months in California. Sears SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. "HOT WEEK" SPECIALS ^^tf^^^^^^^tf^^^M^^^^i^ku^i^ku^^^^M^h^-^^^k^^^^k^^^^^. ^^^^•^^^^^^i^^^W^^^^i^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^ On Hand For Immediate Delivery AIR CONDITIONERS starting as low as $122^ DEHUM1D1FIERS 14 pint capacity Sears Catalog Sales Office 115 E. State Tele. 295-3549 Summer with SUMMER FOODS! FRESH PORK SPARE LESS FRY-AWAY Price! Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday SUFERV/ALU ALGONA WILSON'S B:>NELESS FULLY-COO USDA CHOICE CHUCK STEAK >». GROUND CHUCK ! WILSON'S CERTIFIED SKINLESS 59? FRANKS 2>kgs. TRY ONE 0 GUS GLASER PACK SMORGASBO FULL LB. P USDA CHOICE ROUND BONE A ft A ' WILSON/S CERTIFIED ASSORTED SWISS STEAK >b. D3 V COLD CUTS j LOTTS CREEK LONGH | CHEESE | ...•• -n. IT -r-r — —•••. ! RUPPERT FILET I PERCH KRAFT ICE CREAM TOPPING CHOCOLATE - BUTTERSCOTCH CARAMEL - PINEAPPLE STRAWBERRY 10 OZ. JAR BETTY CROCKER POTATO BUDS LARGE 16 OZ. PKG. WESSON COOKING OIL LARGE 48 OZ. BOTTLE SOFTEX FACIAL TISSUE ASSORTED COLORS - 200 COUNT GEDNEY HOME STYLE DILL PICKLES REG. OR KOSHER QT. JAR FLAV-O-RITE TEA BOXES ! DEL MONTE PKG. OF 12 (TOMATO JUICE 46 OZ. TIN GEISHA MANDARIN ORANGES LARGE FAMILY SIZE - 6 OZ. PKG. - ALL FLAVORS 11 OZ. TIN BETTY CROCKER FOR CAKE MIXES L>»t&JfllKX«<v-X*XX»X^^^^ NEW LOAD STRIPED CHARLESTON GREY ALL KINDS ^1 1 '••' ••' ™ ' "' » ~^i™^ -^m*^ KOOL-AID ALL FLAVORS WATERMELON 98 23 LB. AVERAGE PKGS. BUTTERNUT LB. TIN RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT KING-SIZE TWIN-PACK SPECIAL 2 -$1 SPRAY CANS LIDO NYLONS PR. PKG. AND UP CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE 2 LARGE HEADS QUALITY POTATO FLAKES GALLON CAN SERVES 70 GOOD VALUE TOMATOES ! SO SOFT FABRIC (SOFTENER No. 2Vi CAN • FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN WHITE OR PINK ! LEMONADE CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE POTATOES CALIFORNIA MIX OR MATCH ORANGES LEMONS MED. SIZE DOZ. HEINZ FAMILY SIZE KETCHUP * 38 ************'^^ 20 OZ. BTL. FOR SUPER VALU GRAHAM CRACKERS 1LB. BOX 6 OZ. CONCENTRATE CAN FLAV-O-RITE MEAT PIES CHICKEN - TURKEY BEEF - TUNA FOR^ FOR The AVERAGE Food Cost 1$ LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE SILVER JUBILEE SUPER VALU LOCALS Thursday, July 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-5 guests have been the Evans' daughters, Mrs. William Holten, John and Debbie, Des Moines; Mrs. Thelma Conlon and Joan and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 0*Donnell, Jeff and Linda, Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. Joe Bradley, Jr. will have as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. James R. Daly of Chicago. Mr. Daly and Mr. Bradley served together in the Marine Corps in California and Haiti. Mr. Daly is a vice-president with the Northern National Bank in Chicago. The Dalys will spend several days here before traveling to Hawaii for an extended vacation. DR. JOSEPH Rooney and Dick Biesell with 20 boys of Scout Troop 70 went to camp at Okoboji and will be there till Saturday. DR, AND MRS. M. G. Bourne have as guest this week their grandson, Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes while the parents are vacationing at Okoboji. The other Hayes sons, Jeff and John, went via bus to Mason City and spent till Thursday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, former Al- gonans. MR. AND MRS. Tim O'Brien have been visited by their sons- in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorpe, Tim and Ann, Sterling, El., and Mr. and Mrs, John Duffy, Jane, Paul, Sarah, and Steven of Elgin, HI. The Dulfys also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy, who moved here from Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. Loyola 0> Brien are going to Ames to spend the weekend with their daughter Maureen who is attending summer school at the University. MRS. LEO CASSEL is spending a few days this week at Omaha with her father, Ray Neary. MR. AND MRS. A. B. Oakland have been visited a few days by the tetter's sister, Mrs. W. R. Jensvold, Rake. MR. AND MRS. Vernon Evans are being visited by their daughter, Mrs. James Reichard, Karen and Donna, Pacifica, Calif., who will be here until July 18. Other MRS. JOSEPH ROONEY was visited from Sunday till Wednesday by a friend, Irene Wessling, Odebolt. WEDNESDAY, July 12, Boy Scout Troop 71 will meet. Darrell Stevens, Scout Master. BECKY JO Hemmingsen came home Wednesday from Camp Foster at Okoboji where she has been a counselor since June 1. NANCY GEORGE, Storm Lake, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. MR. AND MRS. Beecher Lane left Tuesday for Estes Park, Colo, to attend the annual get- together of the firm with which he is employed. He will be working in Nebraska and Mrs. Lane will accompany him. 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