4-Algona (la.) Uppftr Oei Moinej Thur*day, Aug. 10, 1967 Wed July 28 At Corwith Charlene Sorensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Sorensen, Corwith, and Ronald L. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hughes, Kanawha, were united in marriage July 28 at 8 p. m. at the First Methodist church in Corwith. Rev. Louis Runion performed the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a gown of silk organza, sheath style, with waterfall style chapel train re- embroidered with rosepoint lace appliques of rose point lace scattered on the skirt and train. The headpiece was fashioned of silk organza petals edged with seed pearls to which the silk illusion veil was attached. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis. The maid of honor was Sheri Ramus and bridesmaids were Glenda Hughes and Sue Sorensen. Jan Raber served as best man, and Tim Sorensen and Ronald Hansen were groomsmen. Craig Dawson and Howard Hughes were ushers. Candle- lighters were Sue Jergensen and Karen Wahrer. Mrs. George Casper registered the guests. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Jack Niewald, Mrs. Richard Fox, Maebelle Maas, Nadine Engen and Barbara Theiland. Gift bearers were Bruce and Michelle Marshall. Steve Dawson was soloist accompanied by Jane Nail, organist. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson were dining room host and hostess. Waitresses were Vicki Fisher, Jane Fisher, Jerry Maw, Julie Youngwirth, Jeanne Weber and Barbara Bartik. Mrs. Wendell Jergenson and Mrs. Joe Wahrer cut the cake. Mrs. Willis Marshall poured coffee and Mrs. Joe Thielen poured punch. Following a trip to Colorado, the young couple will make their home on a farm east of Corwith. COME JOIN THE FUN! State Fair 19G7 ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST ENTERTAINERS IN PERSON! TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD And The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show featuring THE YOUNG AMERICANS with Teddy Phillips and His Orchestra NIGHTS: AUG. 22-26, MATINEE, Aug. 25 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Rodeo NIGHT, Aug. 21 AFTERNOONS: Aug. 21; 22 Topflight rocloo as lending cowboys butlln outlaw stock for points thai count in national championships. SIZZLING AUTO RACING BIG CAR BATTLES Afternoons: Aug. 20; 26 SUPER STOCK CLASHES Night, Aug. 20 SEMI-MODIFIED DUELS Night, Aug. IB SUPER-MODIFIED THRILLS Night, Aug. 19; Afternoon, Aug. 27 LATE MODEL STOCK CAR CLASSICS 200 lap, Afternoon, Aug. 19; 250 lap, Night, Aug. 27 JOIE CHITWOOD THRILL SHOW Afternoon, Aug. 18 HARNESS RACES Afternoons: Aug. 23; 24 2 GREAT HORSE SHOWS SOCIETY HORSE SHOW Nights: Aug. 18-24; Matinee, Aug. 20 ALL WESTERN HORSE SHOW Nights, Aug. 25-27; Afternoon, Aug. 27 HUNDREDS OF FUN FEATURES INCLUDING: Mammoth Midway » Talent Championships * Baton Twirling Championships • Festival of Bands • Travel Village • Radio-TV Shows • Art Exhibit • Photo Salon P Wildlife Building • Checker Championships • CooKout King Contest * Fiddlers' Contest • Garden Show • Arts and Crafts •' Show * Horseshoe Pitching Championships • Team and Pony Pulling • Iowa Championship Tractor Pull * Hall of Health • Farm Gadget Show So toil That's Ne\v! IOWA TOWN & COUNTRY ALL GAS HOME More than a model home! Filled with new ideas to help you better enjoy the good Iowa hie. 1865 STEAM TRAINS Authentic V4 scale models with sightseeing cars. Exciting new way to get to and from the huge parking lots and all around the fair. PIONEER HALL A fascinating museum of early Iowa history. Artifacts, photographs, antiques and antique auction. Exciting new addition to the fair. IOWA'S FIRST CHURCH Exact replica of the first chuich ever built in Iowa. The original was built in Dubuque in 1834. Daily services. VIET NAM VILLAGE Full scale reproduction of a typical village in South Viet Nam. See Vietnamese homes, furnishings, how they live. You've read about it. now see the real thing. GRAND CONCOURSE All new and beautifully different. Fabulous new Celebrity Stage. Special decorations and plantings. Free entertainment all day every day. HALL OF BETTER LIVING All new layout of exhibits in the huge Varied Industries Building. Bigger, more beautiful displays. MORE FUN! TEENTOWN CHILDREN'S DAY, Any. 18 HERITAGE VILLAGE AMERICA'S GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION OUR FAIR LADIES NIGHTLY FIREWORKS CAMP ORDER GOOD SEATS NOW! Gold Circle-Stage, or Gold Circle-Box (Specify) $3.00 Blue Chip Section, $2.50. Green Section, $2.00. Send Check or Money Order Today To: Secretary, Iowa State Fair, Des Moines. Children under 12 admitted to fairgrounds free throughout the fair. ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT ANNUAL FAIRS! SWANSON'S BANQUET TELEVISION DINNERS CASH UNLIMITED! CASH EVERY WEEK- CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY EACH ALGONA'S FINEST GROUND BEEF IN THREE - POUND PKGS. HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! — SHORTENING TOTAL IS NOW CRISCO 4 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK JACKPOT IS list 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 NO OBLIG/m! i JOIN THE Mrs. Allen Vaske LIST OF WINNERS ^ £^ w AT SWANSON'S ! Mrs. James Elbert MRS. ALBERT BOEKELMAN MRS. DICK SIMPSON Mrs. Glenn Rike Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Mrs. Eldon Winkel $250 JACKPOT WINNER - MRS. NICK ARNDORFER BLEACH CLOROX AD PRICE GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9 CANADIAN STYLE KRAFT AMERICAN BACON •••••••••••••••••••••• CHEESE SLICED POUND TWIN-PAC 1 1/2 LB. PKG. DECKER'S i -»* u -\ 1 Skinless All Meat WIENERS PORK NECK BONES LB. >••••••••••••••••••••••••*. HORMEL'S LEAN BEEF Little Sizzlers SHORT RIBS "*•- W" jjitf ' PKG. Ib. pkg. LB. DECKER'S GRADE A * LARD ALL LEAN MINUTE POUND £%%m V SHOP SWANSON'S - IN AIR CONDITONED COMFORT. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! _^^ ********************* GAL. CARNATION JOHNSON'S JOHNSON'S Little Debbie ^m oz. qt. bottle •\ I ZED- TABS WATER SOFTENER LIMIT 3 PER CUSTOMER - 25 Ib. bags SAVE O* on your grocery purchase* this with proof of purchase of any TM size of GROUND (or Electra-perk ) and INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE 9 COFFEE (Except 2 oz.) MAXWELL HOUSE * MAXIMUM REFUND $2.50. No Refund on tobacco end liquor purchases. Get Your Cash Refund Certificate and details at our Store. 3lb. can j Instant-6 oz. $169 BRACK'S SALT - WATER If' % \ LV :« f$\ (\ Suianson's i;<f COTTAGE CHEESE POUND CARTON && rr SWANSON'S VANILLA X ICE CREAM *************^^ Swanson's Fresh Produce I K*****************************************^ CALIFORNIA I Charmin Bathroom TISSUE 12 Rolls fcjfcnM, PV V '/> 11 DELICIOUS SELECTIONS SANTA ROSA • EL DORADO - WICKSON LA ROTA • DWARTE • MARIPOSA QUEEN ANN • NUBIANA •RED ROY ROSY GRANDEE • ACE ^^* K*****************************************% II I nn Rf 1 ^ilx^ . <•••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••< JUMBO SIZE f v^ : <A~ F'*:V c v< 'W CANTALOUPE DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS: "; SCOPE ! MOUTH- VAIABIMri SHAMPOO! WASH COLORING! REG$,« i I«"»ITII ^^ ^^ ~ • HAIR PRELL CONCENTRATE FAMILY SIZE REG. $1.09 BOTTLE \ SLIM JIM SHOESTRING GOLDEN POPPY NABISCO POTATOES •••••••••*»**«**t**«**«**««»«4 PEACHES •**t«««»t«*ttt»***t*t*«tt***« —, », PUPPET CEREAL Ib, pkgs, ••••< T/2 $1.00 pkg. HEIDEL BRAU 24 bottle case ' - ^ ™= T ^^^^WW^WWWWW^ $2.99 PIUS DEPOSIT ^ * >.^' '•«!. . & * REG. $2.00 KIT •* * •H^ * ^ #••••' ^H;*^*************************^^ y^|p£ VARIETY & WIDE AISLES AT SWANSONS! VINE - RIPENED 5 TOMATOES Thursday, Aug. 10, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moin**-5 _ . .. ' <i Happy $250 Winner Mrs. Nick Anulorfer, whose husband farms near St. Benedict, won $250 Monday morning after her mmil>er was drawn in a promotion at Swanson's Store in Algona. Li the above photo, assistant store manager Hay Kelly presents the money to Mrs. Anulorfer- 500 new half-dollars, weighing 13 pounds I CAMP PENDLETON,CALIF.- July 25- Marine Private Russel Lowell Shaw, son of the Eldon L. Shaws, Algona, lias completed four weeks of individual combat training at Camp Pendleton. He will now receive at least four weeks of socialist training before being assigned to his first permanent unit. Marines going to combat units will get detailed training in the particular combat skill they are designated for. Those who are going into technical fields will receive their advanced training at one of a variety of technical schools throughout the country. Notes Of [Servicemen U.S. AKMY, VIETNAM-Army Private First Class Holcrt H. Beck, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck, H.R. Hi, Lakota, is participating in "Operation Pershing" in Vietnam. He and other members of the 1st Air Cavalry Division have evacuated more than 19,000 refugees from coastal areas to numerous refugee centers in secured areas as well as inflicting heavy damage on the Viet Cong. During the search and clear operation, the men have been engaged in dragging the VC from their vast network of tuiuiels and bunkers. They have been driven underground by constant U.S. artillery and air strikes. Pvt. Beck is a rifleman in Company A, 2nd Battalion of the division's Dth Cavalry. - WITH THIS COUPON FUNNY FACE DRINK 5 for - WITH THIS COUPON - USS CHICAGO, July 20-Data Systems Technician Third Class John J. Clark, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer R. Clark, Algona, took part in the 18th annual "Sea Fair" celebrations in Seattle, as a crewmember of the guided missile cruiser USS Chicago. "Sea Fair" provided an opportunity for the citizens of Seattle to better understand the nature and mission of the U.S. Navy. For four days, Navymen of the U. S. First Fleet held open house aboard their ships, complete with guided tours. Other events which highlighted "Sea Fair" included a reception and ball for the visiting Navymen, hydroplane races on Lake Washington, and an evening Seattle Torchlight parade. FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO.,- Arrny Private Kenneth L. Egel, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Egel, Algona, completed an eight- week general supply course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., July 28. He was trained in maintaining stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. He also learned typing and general administration procedures and storing of various Army supplies. FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO. - Arrny Private Dennis M. Long, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Long, Algona, completed a field communications crewman course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., July 28. During the course, he was trained to string wire from the field to the communication center. Instruction was also given in basic electricity, switchboard installation and operation and pole climbing. FT. WOLTERS, TEX. - Warrant Officer Candidate Robert W. Besch, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Besch, Route 1, Whittemore, Iowa, completed a helicopter pilot course at the Army Primary Helicopter School, Ft. Wolters, Tex., July 21. During the l&»week course, he was trained to fly Army helicopters and learned to use them in tactical maneuvers. He next will undergo advanced flight training at the Army Aviation School, Ft. Rucker, Ala. Upon completion of advanced training he may be appointed warrant officer. AMARILLO, TEX. - Airman James D. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Payne of Ledyard, lias been selected for technical training at Sheppard AFB, Tex. as a U. S. Air Force water and sanitation specialist. The airman recei.tly completed basic training at Amarillo AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Mi Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide the technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Payne is a 1967 graduate of Ledyard High School. ABERDEEN Proving Ground, Md. - Private First Class Kenneth W. Beaver, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Beaver, Fenton, completed a small arms repair course July 11 at the Army Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. During his eight weeks of training, he received instruction in repairing pistols, rifles and other weapons. LEMOORE, CALIF. July 24- Seaman Robert C. Boldridge, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge of Algona, is a member of the Navy's newest aircraft squadron, Attack Squadron 147 (VA-147), at the Naval Air Station, Lemoore, Calif. Pilots of the newly commissioned squadron will fly the A7A Corsair D, the newest light attack jet in the Navy. Members of VA-147 just completed an extensive training program with Replacement Group Attack Squadron 122 in preparation for a tour of duty aboard an aircraft carrier operating in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of Vietnam. FT. BENN1NG, GA. - David J. Mueller, 20, son of Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller, LuVerne, Iowa, completed Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps basic summer camp at Ft. Benning, Ga., July 22. He received six weeks of training designed to evaluate his potential as a future Army officer. Successful completion of the basic camp enables him to train towards a commission while in college under the new two-year ROTC program, Training is similar to that given Army basic trainees, including rifle, hand-to-hand, and bayonet training as well as leadership orientation. FT. GORDON, GA, - Private Collyn L. DeNio, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burtis H. DeNio, Lu Verne, completed a radio relay and carrier operation course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga., July 28. During the 12-week course, he was trained to operate different types of field telephone, telegraph and radio relay equipment.
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