The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 11
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(la.) V'<f-r )*•, 'v, Thursday, C>' ?.i. . . Register 38 New Vehicles As Sales Boom Thirty-eight new vehicles were registered in Kossuth county in the past ten days, including a mixture of 1967 and 1968 models, most of them the latter. New car owners follow: Chevrolet - Fenton 66 Service (PU); Irvin Kenne, West Bend (PU); Duane Darnell, Ledyard (PU); Chris Feddersen, Swea City (PU); Buryl Berg, Elmore (PU); John Schnakenberg, Irvington, truck; Marvin Tish, Swea City (PU); Lotts Creek Cheese Factory, truck; Helen Klein, Algona; George Ricke, Wesley; John Boyken, Algona; G. H. Berg, Elmore; Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock; Adrian Harig, Algona; A. R. Deitering, Bancroft; Milton Espe, Whittemore; Garrigan High, Algona; Arthur Banwart, Ottosen. Ford - Allyn Brink, LuVerne (PU); John J. Dixon, Lone Rock; Cunegundes Sullivan, Ledyard. Jeep - Alfred B. Schenck, Algona, (PU). Rambler - Terry Brandow, Algona. Oldsmobile - Harriet Hedrick, Algona; Ronald Taylor, Algona; Nicholas Ruba, Algona; Hugo Meyer, Whittemore; Dau's Garage, Algona (3). Volkswagen - Mona Bonacher, Algona. Pontiac - Edwin Marty, Corwith; Arthur Kramersmeier, Lakota. CMC - Sinclair Petrochemicals, Burt. Plymouth - Ken's Auto Service, Algona; Henry Bahling, Burt. Dodge - Garrigan High School, Algona. Mercury - Earl Ogren, Lakota. IOTTOSEN I By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Anna Purely was dismissed from the hospital at Ft. Dodge Friday and will spend two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson at Lanesboro. Mrs. Purely* s eyes are such that she can no longer stay alone. A/C Jim Halsrud received his promotion from A/2C at Ellsworth Air Base, S. D., before his furlough which began Saturday and will end Nov. 15. He j£ the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marie Halsrud. tylr. and Mrs. Russell Hanson and two daughters of Rochester, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Humboldt, were Thursday visitors at the Eugene Struthers home. Russell Hanson is a brother of Mrs. Struthers and the R. M. Hansons are their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann spent the weekend with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehrspann and family at Brookings, S. D. They attended the 50th anniversary services at First Lutheran church at Brookings. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters were Sunday night visitors at the Earl Osbornhome at Cylinder to help Jon Osborn celebrate his 10th birthday. Howard Zeman, who attends Iowa State University at Ames, spent the weekend with his par- fcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eeraan. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker and family, Bode, Marilyn Zeman, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman and Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme went to Iowa City Sunday where Mrs. Alme will have a checkup at University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve of Santa Ana, Calif, were Tuesday and Wednesday overnight guests at the Olvin Haug home. They were here to attend funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Lily Naeve, Gilmore City, Wednesday. Also attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. James Barber of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson visited a cousin, Mrs. Grace Beauman at the rest home at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormack and Mr, and Mrs. Chris Albertson and Christian of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowsld and Patty were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Etta McCormack at Bode. The Albertsons will leave for Columbus, Ohio, where he will be stationed at the Air Force Base. Mrs. Robert Hansen and Kenneth of Spirit Lake were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper. HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AD PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. »•*••••••••••••••••"«»""* Remember, Swan$on f s 1$ Giving Away TURKEYS Aunt Jemima - AND FREE CASH SWANSON'S VANILLA ICE CREAM full gallon . . . TOTAL IS NOW 270.00 41M»» \l Jemima WAGNER'S ALL FLAVORS 5 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK ! 1st JACKPOT - $150.00 2nd JACKPOT - WO 1st PRIZE - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 Winning jackpot numbers will be posted eaqh 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 ! , AuntX 1 Jemima) SYRUP 10 Grade A Dressed Turkeys Will Be Given Away Each Week Until AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKES & SYRUP SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 ONLY! FROM_ZQ_A.M. TO the treat's on us! bring the family! A GREAT COMBINATION' BREAKFAST DRINKS Thankgiving . . . This Jackpot Game In Algona Store Only ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT Quarts for tit JOLLY TIME POPCORN 2 LB. BAG . ^J- Jemima, SYRUP Aunt Jemima SYRUP 24 oz. 1C Aunt Jemima Easy-Pour QUAKER OATS 46 oz. Tube INSTANT QUAKER OATMEAL made in your bowl...instantly! OATS \lgono, (la.) Upper Des Moinw- 3 Thursday, O«f. 26, LARGE FULL SELECTION OF HALLOWEEN CANDIES ! HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED . STORE mm— PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I • Simmon's FLOUR 25 Ib. bag GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Ibs. $1.89 SWANSDOWN LAYER ALL KINDS EXCEPT ANGEL FOOD FOODS HALVES OR SLICED No. T/2 CANS 196.' HANK Kf TCH CRUSHED, CHUNKS OR TIDBITS PINE APPLE 211 CANS 1967 HANK KETCHAM REG. SIZE CAN 196? HANK KETCHAM THANKSGIVING 303 CANS 1%' HANK KfTCHAM WILSON'S OLEO ICE ICREAM CAKE ROLLS AUNT JEMIMA MILLER'S HIGH LIFE Swcrnson's Fresh Produce Pancake Mix - PLUS FREE AUNT JEMIMA SYRUP - BOTH SWANSON'S DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS: TAME lllltl Crane Rinse REG. $159 BTL. FAST ACTING BUFFERIN 'uitnTr; REG. $1.49 BTL. VICKS iVAPORUB REG. 55c JAR FRESH CRISP LETTUCE RED POTATOES CHERRY TOMATOES pint JONATHON APPLES WHOLE OR HALF PORK LOINS ARMOUR STAR MEAT TYPE Center Cut Rib PORK CHOPS WIENERS New twin "totem pac' END CUT mmm MM mmm ••• mmm ^ ^ «•* ™" mmm "• «•* •"• "•* •••••" ^ mmm mmm mmm — — mmm ••» *•• mmm ••» mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm —•• mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm , in Pork Chops ib 69^ PORK CHOPS ib 49$ ARMOUR STAR WHOLE OR SHANK HALF ^^•.^•^^•^^^•i* 1 ^^'*** 1 ' 1 *!^' 1 ^^^^*^*^ H m IjLM £* AJVla SEA PAC ROUND OR FANTAIL SHRIMP $1.98 KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE BOONE RIVER BOLOGNA CHUNK .. Ib. 45 SLICED . . Ib. 49 HORMiL'S LITTLE SIZZLERS 12 OZ. PKG, WIHIHIHIIIIIiminiNlllllllltlHHnilHHIIHIHI LOCALS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiufluiiiii PFC. AND MRS. Virgil LeRoy Wolf arrived Friday from Colorado Springs, Colo, for eight days at the parental homes of the Virgil Wolfs, Bancroft, and Lawrence Riedels, Algona. Mrs. Wolf, the former Lynda Riedel will celebrate her birthday while they are here. They will leave Saturday for Ft. Carson where Pfc. Wolf will be C. O.'s jeep driver and mail clerk. MK. AND MRS. Jim Chalstrom have returned from four days in Des Moines, Osceola, and historic Madison County. While in Des Moines on business they also visited Harry Greenbergin Luth- er.ui Hospital. MRS. JIM ANDERSON, Mrs. Jim Andreason, Mrs. Daniel Hr.u, and Mrs. V. L. Guilder .itk'iideil the Leadership Training Da\ for the State League of Women Voters in Ues Moines List week. ELAINK HHUCIi, daughter of Mrs. M. L. Hruch, 512S. Jerome, Alcoiia, is a senior majoring in elemental} education at Marycrest College, Davenport, and Kvi'hn Makuiichi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. James, GOU S. Jerome, is a senior majoring in elementary education. MH. AND MRS. Harold Roth, former Airmails who moved to Vail several months ago, are moviiit; from there to Sioux City. Tlie\ were here over the weekend to see IVte Haag at tlie Good Samaritan Home and visited relatives at Whittemore, also. MR. AND MRS. Ted Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValois attended Homecoming at Ames over the weekend. MR. AND MRS. John Sires were visited over the weekend by their daughter, Jean, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Crandall moved Sept. 1 to an acreage. Mr. Crandall will do a little farm- ini; and stock raising. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crandall. LINDA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Frederick, is employed in the Etanezar Nursing Home at Minneapolis and has a vacation of a week. She is leaving Thursday for Davenport to take pre- nursiiiB examinations and will return to Minneapolis Oct. 29. FRIENDS OF Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor of Sitka, Alaska, have received word that they plan to fly to Wellsville, Pa. Nov. 3 and visit with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher. Both women are former Algonans. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton were visited last Wednesday and over night by Mrs. Grace Lavrenz and Mrs. G. Gunnerson, Minneapolis, who had gone to Union, Mo. to attend funeral services for Kenneth Martin, husband of the former Elda Lavrenz. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and Mrs. Richard Groen drove there and the Minneapolis residents returned here with them. MR. AND MRS. William Cook went to Winnebago, Minn. Sunday to spend the day with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook. GRAN HUDSON and son Larry went to Omaha Saturday to see the former's father, Paul Hudson, Fenton, who is critically ill and in a nursing home there. His wife is staying in Omaha to be near him and stays with the daughter, Mrs. Arvilla Volentine. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson were visited Sunday by the former's cousin, Russell Jones and wife of Flint, Michigan, who were enroute to points in Colorado. Dr. M. G. BOURNE attended a medical meeting in Omaha a few days this week. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Harris spent the weekend at their cottage at Lost Island. They have made considerable improvements on it which makes it available in colder weather. MR. AND MRS. Fred Christensen, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crane of Dickens, have returned from a visit with Ed Henderson at Milwaukee, Wise. MR. AND MRS. Herb Hedlund are being visited this week by the latter's mother, Mrs. NevaMun* ger, Spencer. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER

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