The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des MoinesJ Thursday, July 27, 1967 New Officers installed By Ottosen Aux. OTTOSEN - The Lelst-Veer- kamp American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Worby at Bode. Annual reports were given. Installation of officers was held. President is Mrs. Victor Meyer; vice president, Mrs. Richard Kinseth; secretary, Mrs. Eugene Struthersj sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Howard Thompson; chaplain, Mrs. Dean Telford; and historian, Mrs. Mike Coyie. The treasurer is Mrs. Allan Wehrspann. Mrs. Richard Kinseth brought along a new shipment of rugs made by the veterans. Several of these were sold. - o - IS ON TRIP Mrs. Donald Usher' left from Ft. Dodge by plane Thursday morning for Rochester, N. Y. where she will visit at the home of her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stone. July 31, they will fly to Norway where they will visit relatives and see the country. They will be in Norway three weeks. Sara Usher, who has been attending summer school at Iowa State University, will be home during her mother's absence and will be the news correspondent. - o - • Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, celebrated his fifteenth birthday Sunday night. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and daughters of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, and Don and Gene Hintz of Sioux City and Darcy Rood. The Kropf family enjoyed a dinner Sunday at the Marvin Kropf restaurant in Bode. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kropf and family of Kimballton and their "Friendly Town" guest, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kropf and family of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kropf and family of Ruthven, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf. Mrs. Bob Fehr of West Bend was honored at a bridal shower at the James Banwart home Thursday evening. Forty friends and relatives attended. Mrs. Victor Banwart was also one of the hostesses. Mrs. E. G. Tyler of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. Millie Thomas of Ft. Dodge, came Thursday to visit a week at the Raymond Wehrspann home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wehrspann and Jeffrey of Des Moines were also weekend guests. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Til Rogness of Minneapolis, and Ronnie Beerman, Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Habegar of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors. Sunday supper guests at the .home of Mrs. Jennie Bratland were Mrs. Laura Halsrud and Gordon, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christiansen and Jana and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Sil- baught and Zoe Ann of Humboldt, and Mrs. Mina Wehrspann. They celebrated Mrs. Christiansen's birthday, which was July 22. Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobson and children of Marysville, Ohio, visited his mother, Mrs. Kate Jacobson and LeRoy from Wednesday until Friday, when they went to visit the parents of Mrs. Jerry Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter at Storm Lake, before returning here to complete their visit. Thursday night picnic guests at the home of Mrs. Kate Jacobson were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bartlett and family and Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family of Titonka, and the Rev. Jerry Jacobson family. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson attended the Ronning family reunion at the Oliver Munson home at Lamberton, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler had the following guests for Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algeria, Mrs, Mark Fowler and Edna Fowler of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs, Kermit Fowler. They celebrated Edna Fowler's birthday and also that of Jason, son of the James Fowlers, who was two years old, Ruth Speich and Helen Aasheim of Ames returned home from their vacation at the Black Hills and Colorado Friday night. At Longmont, Colo, they were morning coffee guests at the Joe Longseth home. Ruth Speich spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich. Other Sunday dinner guests at the Speich home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heggen of Renwick were also Sunday visitors. JOIN THE I WINNERS AT SWANSON'S Mrs. Eldon Winkel, Algona Mrs. James Fittpatriek, Algona Mrs. Glen Rike, Algona Mrs. James P. Elbert, Algona Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Algona Mary Hannover, Algona m> •_«• ' iinnn^y — CASH UNLIMITED! CASH EVERY WEEK- '350.00 UNBELIEVABLE PRICES ON QUALITY GROCERY ITEMS! ****************************** ^ GIANT BOX ***************************: GOLD MEDAL - 25 LB. BAG HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING t — TIDE FLOUR AD PRICES GOOD THRU WED,, AUGUST 2 ! TOTAL IS NOW '/2 GAL. - WELL'S FROZEN DESSERT *•> > t 5 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK NO. 1 JACKPOT - $250.00 NO. 2 JACKPOT - $50.00 1st PRIZE - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 Winning jackpot numbers will be posted each Monday. Bonus jackpot cards given with each $5.00 purchase. ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT Jackpot Game is Given in Algona Store Only NOOBUGATl! #**»' "yf^^jid •.'^^^^^^^^ #########******4:T^#****##**** SWANSON'S - BIG 10 OZ. BAG POTATO CHIPS *************************** FULL QUART - SWANSON'S Salad Dressing FREE SAMPLES FRIDAY AND ISATURDAY SWANSON'S ICE CREAM V4 GAL. 59c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANITIES. POTATO CHIPS SWANSON'S OLEO POUND CARTON MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3 SUNKIST FROZEN c; LEMONADE 10 SANTA ROSA PLUMS fine * WINESAP •ffcife APPLES &&' '—"i-. \&9* m\ fsrtffi '-- m\ 10 IBS. - FINE GRANULATED SUGAR **************************** BIG 33 OZ. BOTTLE *t m DOWNY BLEACH 5 QT. JUG i.->, ESKIMO KNIGHTS •»•* 6PAC CALIFORNIA TOMATOES SNO BOY CARROTS SATHERS [COOKIES DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS: 30 LB. FREEZER PAC STEAKS - ROASTS GROUND BEEF - BEEF RIBS ALL FOR ONLY ... U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF HIND QUARTERS '.is \\ V USDA CHOICE BEEF / ROASTS 7-BONE CUT NS BEAUTY SHOP JOHNSON'S BRECK REG. 39c PACKAGES STYLE| BAND-AIDS! 5 ™?; 00 HAIR : ECONOMY BOX • CREME SPRAY : REQ>89c : RINSE : USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE RENWICK LONGHORN REG. OR ; EXTRA-MOID • 13 OZ. CAN ! \ 8 oz. en. plastic stripsl . BRECK S H AMPOO CHUCK STEAK RIB STEAKS CHEESE BEEF SHORT RIBS FILLETS OF DECKER'S ALL MEAT CATFISH WHILE THEY LAST! WIENERS Thursday, July 27, 1967 Algeno (la.) Upper D« Meirtti-S Don's Taphorn, John King Married Here On July 15 Doris Tapliorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tapliorn, Algona, and John L. King, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James King, Algona, were married at 11 a.m. July 15 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona. Hev. Francis Schiller, the bridegroom's uncle, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Wayne Tapliorn, and attended by her sisters, Mary Jane Tapliorn as maid of honor and Judy Tapliorn as bridesmaid. Donald King, brother of the groom was best man, and Kenneth Frideres was groomsman. The couples brothers Frank King and Steve Tapliorn ushered. Ruth McEnroe was vocalist and Ruth Cassel, organist. The bride's white organza gown featured an empire waistline, with the bodice and long sleeves of lace. Appliques of lace and sequins detailed the floor length skirt, as well as ttie train which extended from the waistline. She wore a necklace given to her by the i^room and a gold pin which was worn by her great-great grandmother on her wedding day. A beaded crown held her shoulder-length veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses and white stephanotis. A dinner and reception were held at the American Legion. Mrs. King graduated from Garrigan High School and N. B. T. College at Sioux City. Mr. King graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy and later served in the U. S. Navy. Both are employed at the Weidenhoff Corp. (Glenn's Studio Photo) SWEA-EAGLE. =3 By Mrs. Kenneth Bronei g The Francis Sullivans wen- visitors at the James Jensen home at Ames, and brought Sandy home from a visit there. The Jim Koons family were Sunday visitors at the Mike Christ, Jr. home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ricliey called at the home of their cousin, Mrs. William Tobin, the home of Mrs. L. F. Newstrand, and at the Elmo Brainard home. The A, K. Nelsons were guests at the Tom Preston home. The Prestons, Nelsons and Roger Lindes attended a farewell for an uncle, Dr. George Keeney at Mallard. Dr. Keeney will make his home with a daughter in California. The Tom Prestons spent last week vacationing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Francis Walsh and Joe and Leonard Walsh were recent guests at the Carl Schauberger home. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Cassem were Saturday supper guests at the .Walter Magnusens. William Tobin returned home last week after a month visiting in Minnesota. The C. K. Myers and sons, Virginia Beach, Va., have been visiting at the Mervin Johnsons and Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt. Mrs. Truman Johnson has been hospitalized for the past two weeks at Holy Family hospital for treatment. Her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niessen, Tulsa, Okla. came Monday to the home of the Walter Hanses. Tuesday they visited friends in Lakota and with another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiese at Fairmont. In the evening, the Loren Hanses and family and the E. G. Jorgensens and boys joined them for a picnic supper at the Walter Hans home. Sunday evening, the Walter Magnusens and Archie Dits- worths visited at the home of Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Estherville. The Vernon Cutlers, Trimont, Minn., and the Walter Magnusens were visitors at Charles City at the P. C. Madsen home. M-D Club The Four Corners Mother and Daughter Club held a farewell party July 20 at the Call State Park shelter house for Mrs. Robert Pingle who will be moving soon to Ft. Dodge. The program, in charge of Janice Undhorst and Betty Fisher, consisted of games and contests. Judy was presented with a gift from the club. A lunch of cookies, coffee and lemonade was served. Nineteen members attended. The time to tell a creditor, "I'll pay you when others pay me, " is when we ask for credit and not after we get it. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ESTIMATE NOTICE — The County Board of Education of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 14. 19C7. at 8 P.M., at Kossuth Courthouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1. 1968. This is in accordance with Chapter 273. Code of Iowa, creating a county school system. A M. Quintard. County Superintendent and Secretary of the Board 1234 5 0 Expenditures For Year e/i Q D U. Co Bd of Edu (Genet ul) -. 28.-143 TOTALS 28.4-13 Expenditures For Year 1 si" *it-v,~ 1965 27.5W 27.5-JU 1966 50,637 50,637 87,922 87,922 4,000 4,000 49,507 49.507 34,415 34.415 T«>U No. 1 Dlitributlon of General Fund Expenditures Expenditures For Year Proposed 1965 1966 Expenditures 1968 Administration Instiuction ...... Other Education Fixed Charges Capital Outlay ESEA Title I County Coop TOTALS Cost 12,411 7.290 6,626 1,222 27,549 13,683 8.136 7.166 1.682 327 16,668 1,700 49,362 14,720 8.860 21.100 1,340 200 37.511 4,101 87,922 T«ble No. 2 PUUlbuUon oi Genei*! Fund Receipts Olher Than Receipts Other Than Taxation 1965 1966 Special Education Aid Federal Aid Title I ... Transfers County Coop. Other Receipts TOTALS 1,937 140 2.077 2,846 28,300 2755 190 34,091 Estimated Receipts 10W 7,596 37,911 4.101 300 49.507 Taxable valuation for year 1966 S72.503.2W 167)

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