The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
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4-Alflerta (la.) Upp«r DM Molnw thursday, Oef. 12, 1967 Ruth Bakken Of Bode Is Married September 30 Ruth Ann Bakken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bakken of Bode, was united in marriage with James Alan Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins of Livermore, at noon Saturday, Sept. 30. Father G. A. Skahill officiated at the double ring ceremony held in the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Livermore. Mrs. Bob Wonderly was organist. Singing were brothers of the groom, Monte, Ted, Danny, Mike and Frank. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of white sparkle crepe with an empire waist accented with a white satin bow, scoop neckline, and bell sleeves, accented with Chantilly lace. She also wore a pearl crown with an elbow-length veil, and a white pearl necklace and earrings. She carried a bouquet of yellow gladioli. Sister of the groom, Mrs. Ray Welter of Bode, acted as matron of honor. Flower girl was Donna Becker. Ring bearer was Randy Bakken, cousin of the bride. Ray Welter, brother-in-law of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Paul Bakken, brother of the bride, and Roger Collins, cousin of the groom. Following the wedding cere- mony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Alise Sorenson acted as dining room hosts. Cutting and serving the cake were Mrs. Richard Bakken and Mrs. Max Janssen. Pouring coffee was Mrs. Gus Janssen; Becky Aure poured punch. Chris Sinclair and Sandy Thul were waitresses. Opening gifts were Mr s.Derold Abbas, Moni Aure and Mary Melavin. Jeanne Bakken had charge of the guest book. The bride is a 19G7 graduate of the Twin Rivers High School. The groom is employed at Ft. Dodge where they will reside. Promenade rs Not Superstitious Algona Promenaders Square Dance Club ,.\yill have a Friday the 13th dance Friday night. The dance will begin at 8:30 p. m. and will be held at the K.C. hall in Algona. Callers will be Bob and Nona Griffith of Des Moines. Free lunch will be served. All guests and visitors are welcome. No dance Saturday nigat. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER THA NKS... ... TO ALL OF YOU NICE PEOPLE WHO VISITED OUR SHOW ROOM FRIDAY FOR A LOOK AT ALL THAT'S NEW FROM RCA FOR 1968. WE ENJOYED HAVING SO MANY STOP IN FOR A CHAT. TWO PERSONS RECEIVED FREE RADIOS WHEN THEIR KEYS OPENED OUR TREASURE CHEST. THEY WERE REV. NELSON, BANCROFT, AND LEONARD OLSON, ALGONA. A THIRD MAN, ANDREW HANSEN, ALGONA, ALSO WON A FREE RADIO DURING OUR DRAWING. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THREE ! WE'D LIKE TO INVITE ALL WHO MISSED OUR PREMIER SHOWING LAST FRIDAY TO COME IN ANY TIME AND SEE THE '68 MODELS FROM RCA. TOM'S THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS 219 i, Stott Algorni Remember, Swanson's Is Giving Away AD PRICES 60QD tHRU WIDNSSDAY, OC1 thurjday, Oct. 12, 196? Algono (la.) Upper D*s Moin*»-5 FOLGER'S 1 V TURKEYS ^COFFEE 2 Ib. can - AND - SWANSON'S VANILLA ICE CREAM full gallon . . . I f r. •.-.- FREE CASH -T HI NEIGHBOR r •***•• <"' TOTAL IS NOW '245.00 llfnlfr- AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _ PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! — [PRICE APPLIES ONLY WITH THIS COUPON \ «S -SB? , Ml« \ 5 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK ! 1st JACKPOT - $120.00 2nd JACKPOT - $75.00 ,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. NOTHING TO BUY FOR EITHER CASH OR FREE TURKEYS - JUST PICK UP A LUCKY NUMBER CARD AT THE STORE ! 10 Grade A Dressed Turkeys Will Be Given Away Each Week Until WILDERNESS • BLUEBERRY + RED RASPBERRY • STRAWBERRY PIE MIX No. 2 cans S Pillsbury 2 LAYER CAKE MIXES FOR COUPON GOOD ONLY AT SWANSON I COUPON EXPIRES OCT. 18, 1967 u Thankgiving . . . This Jackpot Game In Algona Store Only ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT > 1LB. BOXES SOl SECTIONS 2 THROUGH 9 [OF THE RAND-McNALLY ILLUSTRATED ATLAS ALL FLAVORS ROYAL NOW ON SALE EA. \ REG. SIZE BOX . ,...,£ ir* tfrf *« ir-S- H "••:• --•>> £ •'t* VB'V $» Pure Ground ox. HEINZ TOMATO SOUP Pride Wagner's Breakfast DRINKS jjyeBomwt OL|O. Jeno's Plain PIZZA QUART I IB. CARTONS • It CAN... REJOICE... JT'S NATIONAL APPLE WEEK! I ! DELICIOUS OR JONATHAN APPLES JONATHAN BUSHEL FAMILY PAC '/a BUSHEL JONATHAN APPLES RED POTATOES Flame Tokay Grapes 100 ibs, $ BAKER'S CHOCOLATE CHIPS X 12 OZ. BAGS . . PARTS MISSING 4 T014 LB. AVERAGE FRESH FROZEN, THRIFT BRAND Ib. FARMBEST CANNED PICNICS 5 Ib. can SEA PAC ROUND OR FANTAIL BREADED SHRIMP 2lbs. '•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. DISCOUNTED HEALTH SUAVE HAIRSP'RAY Suave H4IRSPIM Reg. 99c Can SUAVE SHAMPOO Gus Closer 16oz. Bottle *«t«*»t *•••••*• SUAVI CRIWi BINS! 16 ox. Bottle SKINLESS WIENERS Sweet Cure Smoked SLAB CROSSWORD POME LAST WEEKS ANSWER — ACROSS 1. Squabble 5. Belonging: to a Biblical country 10. Glisten 11. Rubbish 12. ReplonaJ 13 Wash in clear water 14 Absent 35. Baler 36. River bottom 17. Vulpine 38. Map abbreviation 19. Ra-icaJ 21. Cushion* 23. Russian dynasty 25. Mildew 27. Pert, to sound 29. Overhead 30. Female fowl 31. Divine law: Rom. 33. Apportions 36. Asiatic weight 37. More painful 38. Drench 39. Greek epic poem 40. Island in the Philippines 41. John Qulncy or Maude 42. Hebrew month DOWN 1. Cloudburst 2. Matador's assistant 3. P.I. white ant 4. Communications: comb, form 5. Wander 6. Man's name 7. Tier 8. Affirm 9. Fragments of pottery 10. Stone 15. Gratifies 17. Aggregate 20. Obtained 21. Japanese badge 22. Birds of a region, collectively 24. Not: prefix 25. U.S S.R. 26. Sustain 28. Roman emperor 30. Flocks aaa ana 32. 34 35. 36. 38. Weaver's reed Melody Quantity of paper Batrachian Resort '#. 11 zs 19 SI 41 Zl to 1* 50 Z* 4O 21 Ik It 16 it, ^ 51 PURELY LOCAL- A, MR. AND MRS. A. W. Ober- wetter and daughter Tana of Adel were weekend visitors with Algona friends. They are former residents. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pratt spent last weekend with the Merle Pratts at Iowa Falls. Both families drove to West Union to visit the Bob Traegers and to Harper's Ferry as guests of the E.A. Traegers at their cottage on the river. JOHN BRADLEY and Jim Tierney, Carroll, spent the weekend with John's parents, the M. Joseph Bradleys. Both are sophomores at Creighton University, Omaha. BRIAN LABARRE and Jim Milder, students at St. Benedict's in Atchison, Kansas, were home for Garrigan homecoming. GAYLE PHILLIPS, student at Grinnell, was home for the weekend with her parents, the Grady Phillipses. CHARLES B. FOX of Algona, has just completed an intensive course in advanced his styling at the Sioux City School of Advanced Hair Styling sponsored by the Sioux City Barber College. MR. AND MRS. P. 0. Dorweiler visited her sister, Mrs. "Bud" Lawson at Iowa City last week and his sisters in Waterloo. They spent the weekend in Minneapolis visiting his brother, Harry. MR. AND MRS. Orley Hobson, Ft. Dodge, and Ray Hobson, Marcus, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson. The group drove to Elmore, Minnesota to visit relatives. MRS. LOUISE PENTECOST had her sister, Mrs. Rose Mack, Phoenix, Ariz., and brother, Edward Butts, Gary, Ind., as guests during the past two weeks. Mrs. Harold Hobson entertained members of her card club, the Eight Specks, Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Esther Helberg, Mrs. Beecher Lane and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Guests were Mrs. Esther Wibben and Mrs. Bjustrom. Reagan Dinner Tickets Still Available Here Gov. Ronald Reagan of California will be the main speaker at the Iowa Republican Party $100 a plate fund-raising dinner Oct. 25 at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines. Net proceeds will go toward financing Republican activities in Iowa. "It has been our pattern to provide lowans with top political speakers," said State Chairman Robert Ray. "In the past two years we have heard former Vice-Pres. Richard Nixon, Gov. George Romney of Michigan and Sen. Charles Percy of Hlnois." Gov. Reagan, 56, was elected in 1966. He was a WHO Des Moines sportscaster for four years, becoming a movie actor in 1937. He served six terms as president of the Screen Actor's Guild, was on its board for 14 years and was president of the Motion Picture Industry Council for two terms. Iowa's Republican office holders from Washington, D. C. will also be at the dinner as will the elected state officials. For full or partial tickets to the dinner, contact Kirk Hayes, county ticket chairman, or Royal Nold, county finance chairman, Box 22, Algona. GMC Truck Training Joe Bradley, Jr., salesman for Joe Bradley Equipment in Algona, recently completed a specialized truck sales training program for GMC dealership salesmen. The comprehensive program was conducted by the Truck Marketing Institute and was specially designed for GMC trucks. 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