The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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Thursday, Ndv. 2, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei MolftM-l 4-Algona (la.) Upp«r Dflt Molnw Thursday, Nov. 2, 1967 Wesleyans Are Guests Of Algona C.D.A. WESLEY - Mesdames Mary Rockwood, Mary Bode, Marie Doughan, Mildred Arndorfer, Sally Studer, Elsie Kunkel, Clara Erdman, Mary Weber, Maude Studer, Rosemary Dornbier, Hazel Studer, and Viola Studer, officers and past Grand Regents were guests of the AlgonaC.D.A. court Monday evening. Officers from St. Benedict, St. Joe, West Bend, Bancroft, and Whittemore were also guests. Following a very entertaining program Court Whist was played with Sally Studer and Mary Bode, prize winners. - o - ATTEND FUNERAL Out-of-town relatives and friends who attended the funeral of Frank Frimml, 87, on October 20 included Sister Mary Gayle Brabic, Butte, Montana; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rice, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cavanaugh, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ryan,'Washington, la.; Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan and family, Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Frimml, Gilman; Lloyd Frimml, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Kapler, CrescojMr.and Mrs. LeoGossman, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Gossman, Mrs. Lee Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gossman, Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tebben, Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. John McHale and family, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber, Springfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Frimml, Mrs. Arlene Brecht, Gertrude Wolf, Blairstown; Dewey and Trancy Hutchinson, Clear Lake. Pallbearers were Don Hanig, Joe Goetz, George Ricke, Ed Eisenbacher, Harold Weber and Clarence Siemer. - o - FIRST COMMUNION The twenty-two youngsters who received their first Holy Communion in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Sunday morning at the 8 o'clock mass were Patricia Axness, Michael Becker, Carol Bode, Randy Cink, Kenneth Forburger, Dean Golwitzer, Alan Grandgenett, Damon Hauptman, Debra Kirsch, Jeffrey Koppen, Marjorie Lickteig, Debra Loss, Sam Rasmussen, Raymond Ricke, Craig Studer, Jeffrey Studer, Lisa Studer, Michelle Studer, Roger Studer, Wayne Vitzthum, Daniel Youngwirth and Dean Young wirth. - o - Commissaryman Second Class Paul Miller, USN, son of Mrs. Gladine Miller, has completed his third on-the-line period off the coast of North Vietnam aboard the attack aircraft carrier U.S.S. Constellation. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith and small son, Charles Lee, Chicago, fll., spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and with her sister, Mrs. Chas.Ves- trem and family. They went to Cedar Rapids to visit her brother, Bernard Erdman and family. Mrs. Olive Erdman, Mrs.Cliff Anfinson, Mrs. Clare Robinson and Mrs. Lester Larson attended the October 20 Britt Hospital Auxiliary meeting. Mrs. Lilly Robinson of Corwith spent Wednesday in the Chas. Vestrem home. A group of Wesleyans attended the Democratic meeting in the All Vets club rooms, Algona Tuesday evening. A pot-luck lunch was served. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 7. A county meeting will be held here Tuesday afternoon, November 14. Mrs. Nate Studer and Mrs. Everett Ackerson were guests in the Ernest Gerdes home in Woden last Monday evening. Mrs. Gerdes* sisters, Mrs. Elaine Downs of Mason City, Mrs. Phyllis Kelch of McGregor and Mrs. Richard (May) Harden of California, were also visitors. Clarence Acker son and his son, Everett Ackerson and wife, attended the funeral of the former's brother-in-law, Nicholas Nemmers, 82, Friday morning at 10:30 in St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. Mrs. Mary Weber entertained her contract bridge club Thurs- fay evening. Mrs. Mary Rockwood was a guest. Mrs. Len Arndorfer was high scorer. She will have the next party. Mrs. Sarah Raney entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Pauline Pfefferand Mary Lou Studer were guests. Erma Kunz and Margaret Root were prize winners. Mrs. Root will have the next party. Mrs. Rose Hauptly entertained a large group of women at an Artex painting party Monday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Bentele of Truman, Minn, was instructor. The Prairie Neighbors Homemakers Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer. Mrs. Dora Rasmussen was assistant hostess. Mrs. Agnes Stevens and Mrs. Rosemary Dornbier gave the lesson on "Laundering and Caring for Perma-press Clothing." They also made nut-cups for the Britt hospital. Mrs. Frank Richter returned home Wednesday from the Hancock Memorial Hospital in Britt where she had been for medical care. Mary Beth Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Wesley, a senior at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, has teen chosen as a member of the Academic Affairs Committee on campus. In this capacity, she is a part of the Student Senate at the college. She is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona. Guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home Sunday, Oct. 15 were George Welliks, Charles City, Bill Bauers, Whittemore, and the Wm. Hrubes family. The Tom Everetts, who live southeast of Wesley, have purchased the north 97 acres of the late Vic Loebig estate farm and will move onto the farm. The south 80 acres has been sold to the Ed Lickteigs of Burt. A group of children will receive their first Holy Communion Sunday, Oct. 29, in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Yeoman Mike Weig left Monday for his base at Corpus Christi, Tex., following a two weeks leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig, who took him to Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roach and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roach and family, all of Mason City, were Sunday, Oct. 15 guests in the Weig home. Janet Ostercamp, a student at Drake University, Des Moines, spent the Oct. 15 weekend in the parental George Ostercamp home. Guests of Mrs. Emma Olson over the Oct. 15 weekend were her two sons, Kay James Olson and family of Jefferson, and the Bob Olsons of Sioux City. The Kay Olsons spent Friday night with his brother Don and family at Ft. Dodge. Don is able to get about with a cane. He was shot in the knee in a hold-up at a gas station. Famed Cattle Future Expert Here Nov. 6 The Iowa State Bank, Algona, has secured the services of Bill Hauser to talk Nov. 6 about cattle future trading as a hedge for cattle feeders. Mr. Hauser is a partner in the E. G. James Co. of Chicago and has been dealing with beef and pork products for the past 21 years. He was asked by the Mercantile Exchange to serve on the committee that initiated the dressed and live cattle contracts and he also participated in all the seminars leading to the development of futures trading. He has been one of the prime developers of the cattle future trading business as it now stands. The bank invites everyone to attend tliis meeting and to listen and ask Mr. Hauser questions. There will be coffee and doughnuts after the meeting, which is at 7:45 p. m., Nov. 6, in the Garrigan High School auditorium. 2 In Race At Bode For Post Of Mayor Two candidates have filed for the office of mayor in the Nov. 7 election at Bode, including incumbent Arthur Jenson who lias held the post since 1955. Opposing Jenson will be Leo Holthaus, custodian of Twin Rivers High School in Bode. The five incumbents on the city council are seeking re-election and a sixth candidate has also filed nomination papers. The incumbents are Walter Bakken, Gene Benjamin, Howard Curry, Floyd Palmer and P. W. Qually. The sixth candidate is Darrell Johnson. Town Treasurer L. M. Gange- sted has indicated that he will seek re-election to that post. SPORTSMAN Melvin Wilson of Milton was awarded the trophy for best sportsman at the World Championship Coon Hunt held in Mississippi this year. Remember, Swanson's Is Giving Away |~«HGA TE MMILY Sl « FREE TURKEYS 63< - AND FREE CASH : • • VO*5, REG. $1.89 SHAMPOO SAVE OVER 50% TOTAL IS NOW '295.00 HIDDEN MAGIC PREMIUM HAIR5PRAY ™ ,„. SAVE QV6R_5q% 97* WELL'S BLUE BUNNY ICE CREAM SWANSON'S ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM ! /2 GAL. AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING V4 GAL. \ 5 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK ! 1st JACKPOT - 5150.00 2nd JACKPOT - WO 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 NOTHING TO BUY FOR EITHER CASH OR FREE TURKEYS - JUST PICK UP A LUCKY NUMBER CARD AT THE STORE ! Brown or Powdered SUGAR 2% Ib. ARMOUR'S STAR MEAT TYPE 10 Grade A Dressed Turkeys Given TO po^ steak & Roast Each Week Until Thankgiving . . . This Jackpot Game In Algona Store Only ^ ,'e*^, w^^ 9 • • • v • ^^ • v" • • • ^ SALAD DRESSING quart Ad good thru Wed., Nov. 8 - Open every nite - Closed Sundays - See You in church... Ib. WILDERNESS BLUEBERRY PIE 0 MIX 3 cans HAWAIIAN PUNCH 3 46 oz. cans STARKIST TUNA Reg. size can ARMOUR'S STAR MEAT TYPE ARMOUR'S STAR SEMI-BONELESS Pork Steak ; 59 C I Pork Roast • 49 C WILSON'S SMOKED PICNICS 2 LB. CAN - BUTTERNUT COFFEE Second can reg. price HEINZ CONDENSED TOMATO SOUP WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. PURINA DOG CHOW 25 Ib. bag CURTISS MINATURE ARSHMALLOWS 10V2 OZ. bag 19' TOMATO SOUP SLICED Ib. He SEE OUR GIANT 1-LB. Supplied Especially lor This By Wilson & Co,, Inc. FULL CREAM CHEESE - 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. FRIDAY ONLY Guess the weight of the piece you slice, YOU WIN IT FREE! This unique cheese is as delicious as it is huge! Over 25 Inches High, 20 Inches Across! It Took Over |87 Quarts of Milk to Produce This Mammoth Cheese-the daily production of over d6 cows! GIB GLASER'S ALL MEAT WIENERS Full pound. . . SUE PRICE. | 6US6tASER . s QUIPPED BEEF <** Jl lw«* —*- — «> — -» — ...»»,•...*..*.«.«,.,*, OT «•.,_,«. mf*mm***mmm.-. IV JIFFY CHICKEN FRIED STEAKS 6 for While It Lasts) 39 | b> I ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA BACON 2 ""' 98' TOMATO GIANT BOX f5ly7/75V^?r75r77o?^feJ GOLDEN RIPE \ BANANAS ! Ib. HEINZ KETCHUP NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES (10 LB, BAG • • * $4.99) MclNTOSH 3 BIG 20 OZ, BOTTLES.., 4lb. bag LARGE 125 SIZE FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES doz, SHOWER HONORS On Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1, a miscellaneous shower was held for Sue Hoft, bride of Bernard Goecke, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Grill. Hostesses were Mrs. Elizabeth Grill, Olivia Elbert, Mrs. Edward Goecke and Henrietta Tripp. The bride received many gifts. - o DINNER HOSTESS Mrs. Ann Harvey gave a dinner Wednesday evening for Mrs. Milton Dalil who is leaving Nov. G for Germany for an indefinite length of time. Other guests were Audrey Frye, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Selma Gcxl- fredson. Miss Heinrich Of Whittemore Is Engaged HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Hotnennikers Clul) meets Nov. 15. Hostesses are Phyllis Kulm, Clara Keith, Millie Slagle and Hazel Seeley. Roll call, "A New Thanksgiving Dish," lesson - Money and Credits; Leader, Pearl Etherington, and inspiration, Eleanor Gardner. - o - SOROPTIMIST MEETING Soroptimist Club will meet Nov. 8. This is a business meeting. - o - PLAN MEETING Women of the First Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening, Nov. 2. Hostesses are Margaret Heerdt, Mildred Rot>- inson, Doris Culbertson, Elsie Lindeman and Noreen DeBoom. The program on Thanksgiving will be given by Thea Sparks. - o - SHOWER HONORS Mrs. DennisStrayer, nee Linda Cole, was given a miscellaneous post-bridal shower Friday evening at her parents, the Don Coles, Whittemore. Another shower was given Wednesday evening at Mrs. Gerald Thilges'. DARLENE HEINRICH Mr. .uid Mrs. Harold Heinrich of Wliittemore announce the engagement of their daughter, Darlene Kay to Gregory L. Hatch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen of Algonu. The bride-elect is employed as A secretary with Hutchison and Andreasen law firm. The groom is a salesman with Nelii Royal Crown Bottling Company of Mason City. Botli are 1965 graduates of Algona High School. Prairie Farmers Bernard and Gerald Askeland were hosts for the Prairie Farmers -1-1! Club on Octotier 16, 19G7. Four new members were as follows: Dean Trenary, David Trenary, Duane Widen and Daniel Froehlich. Twenty-two of the twenty-five members were present. Groups were organized to present skits for Award Night to be held in November. G.O.P. Women Meet The Kossuth County Republican Women will meet Tuesday afternoon, November 7, at 1:30 at the Titonka library. Concern with Presidential candidates is the topic to be discussed. Hostesses will be the G.O.P. Women of Titonka. The meetings is open to any interested persons. Party Partner Here's the partner you'll want for that next party. Big, plump and juicy G. B. Franks satisfy even the most hearty appetites. The natural hickory-smoked flavor makes G. B. Franks everybody's favorite.

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