The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 19
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4~»Alg«na (la.) Upper Dm MolnM Thimday, Dec. 14, 1967 *• -- ttnaiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiui LOCALS nniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MRS. J. THOMAS ZENDER and Tommy left Monday from Mason City for their home in Glen Ellyn, 111. They have visited 10 days with Mrs. Zender's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller while Mr. Zender attended business conferences in London, England; Milan, Italy; and Paris France for General Electric of which he is division manager for their computer department. A NUMBER OF LOCAL area people attended the annual meeting of Farmland Industries in Kansas City, recently, among them Ervin Gerber, Gerald Haas and Leonard Schulz of Algona, and Alfred Schultz, James Kollasch and Art Elbert of Whittemore. WARREN KELLENBERGER and John Scuffham have enrolled for the 1967-68 winter quarter farm operation program at Iowa State University. Robert Schaefer of Wesley, Jack Smidt of Lakota and Gerald Bormann of Lu- Verne have also enrolled for the special course. STUDENT TEACHING assignments have been given to several Algona young people at the University of Northern Iowa. Lawrence Braun has been assigned to West Waterloo High, Tom Hudspeth to North Junior High in Ft. Dodge, David Long to Orange High School in Waterloo and Sally Steele to Jefferson Elementary in Mason City. Cheryl Anderson of Lakota has been assigned to Price Lab School in Cedar Falls. They will be on assignment for nine weeks. WAYNE JOHNSON and Leighton Misbach of Algona recently attended a four-day flight instructors recertification course at Iowa State University. MRS. LARRY PLUMMER and three children will arrive Dec. 15 to spend holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith. Their home is in Wilmington, Del. MR. AND MRS. John Connolly and Mike of Denver, Colo, will visit Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris on Christmas. Mrs. Connolly is the former Charlene LaBarre. JEAN SIBSBEE, Sarasota, Fla., will arrive in Chicago Dec. 15 by plane to visit her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Zender, Glen Ellyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waller, Mount Prospect, HI. She will spend the holidays in Algona with friends and relatives. FRED PLUMB and Verne McClure, president and secretary of the Kossuth County Fair, will be in Des Moines attending the Fair Managers Convention Dae. 11-13, representing the local fair. Mr. Plumb is the delegate from here. SOCIETY NEWS CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the W.S.C.S will meet as follows, Thursday, Dec. 14: May - 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. C. R. Schoby; June- 1:45 p.m. with Mrs. Sam Shipler ; Sept. 12:30 p. m. with Mrs. Bertha Spear; Oct. - 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Perry Collins; Nov. - 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Cecil Will; Dec. - 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. William Noland; Feb. - 1:45 p. m. with Mrs. Vic Parsons; March - 8 p. m. with Mrs. Andrew Cubit j and April, 12; 30 p. m. with Mrs. Don Nelson. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY C.D.A. Court 283, St. Cecelia, will hold their dinner meeting and Christmas party Dec. 14 at Academy hall. There will be a $1 gift exchange. - o - PLUM CREEK WOMEN PJum Creek Homemakers Club will be guests of the Plum Creek Women's Club for a Christmas party Pec. 13 at the home of Doris Kueck. Assisting hostesses will be Pearl Etherington, Joyce Keith and Marcella Gar* man. There wW be a $i gift exchange which can either be made or purchased. THE WANT AG6 OPEN NIGHTS I U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS 7-BONE CUT WE CUT ONLY FEDERALLY- INSPECTED MEATS! ARM CUT A*M**V**M^ rrs'holiday SHOP OUR STORE FOR YOUR HOLIDAY BAKING NEEDS - GLAZED AND CANNED FRUIT, NUT MEATS, SPICES, EXTRACTS, CHOCOLATES, ETC. AD PRICES GOOD THRU MOM., DEC. 18 SWANSON'S GRADE AA RIITTPP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW WITH ANY OF OUR FINE MEAT BUYS! ARM CUT BEEF ROASTS ib. wisssraKT BEEF ROASTS ~* 69* LEAN BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib. BRITT "LARGE " RING - EACH FRYING OR ROASTING TURKEYS 4-8 LBS., PARTS MISSING Ib. RENWICK LONSHORN QHEESE Ib. FISH STICKS 2*.H»*1 19 FRESH BULLHEADS ib. NICE & FAT FROZEN STEWING HENS ib "WE MAINTAIN THE FRESHEST PRODUCE DEPT. IN THE AREA! ZIPPER SKIN X.lrrCI\. JIXII-* mmm ^^^ TANGERINES 49 DOZEN T^r RED Ib. POTATOES bag bs ed Potatoes _ FRUIT BASKETS $1 98 PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW - TEXAS RED GRAPEFRUIT RED RIPE GIFTS; TOMATOES AND UP Quart box -POUND - SWANSON'S VANILLA ICE CREAM - FULL GALLON - AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _ PLENTY OP FREE PARKING I • GOLD MEDAL GIANT 26 OZ. BOTTLES LARGEST & BEST SELECTION IN TOWN OF CHRISTMAS TREES EACH -AND UP- HUNT'S 4 300 size cans DOUM^K'OR'C'URTIS MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 10V2 OZ. bag $|00 W WES-PAC OR SUPER MARKET FROZEN RED 1Q pz. boxefr- CRANBERRY SAUCE HILAND POTATO CHIPS REG. 59c TWIN PAC 49 AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE FLOUR 2 Ib. bag 39 SHAMROCK CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 8 8V2 oz, cans $100 MA BROWN SWEET GERKIN OR SWEET DELICIOUS PICKLES 3 pint jars AWAKE FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Visit Santa! He'll be at our store Friday Night, from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Bring the kids for a visit and candy! HEALTHl&BEAyTY AIDS: ^fc^-^H^fc^^B^h^-^i^k-^B^^-^ ^••^^^•^^•^^^•^•^^•P Do Wave Set Gel Reg> $i 2s • • •""* • ir- v • ^^^•^h M ^B^ta -- ^B^h—^^^h_^i^ ^•^^^^^^•^^^i^p^^^i^^^ 76 Bti.of Vitalis •**..., Hair Groom _Algona (la.) Upp«r Oe» Moinw-5 Thursday, Dfcc. 14, 196? Michael Cruise Of Wesley Is Wed Nov. 1ft WESLEY -Michael Cruise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise, Wesley, and Marie Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leif Nelson, Britt, were married Nov. 18 at 10:30 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Father R. W. Phillips officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mary Jo Becker, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Margie Becker, sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor-length white satin wedding gown with a scalloped neckline and long finger-tip lace sleeves with a scalloped edge. The bodice was lace over satin with a high raise waistline. A satin train attached at the waistline flowed to full chapel length. The full Iwuffant chapel-length pure silk illusion veil was held in place by a headpiece of fabric rose. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. Her necklace and earrings were a gift from the groom. Ella Nelson, sister of the bride, was moid of honor. Jan Swanson was bridesmaid. Diane Nelson, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Edward Cruise served his brother as test man. Groomsmen were Ervin Nelson, brother of the bride, and Don Potthoff. Ushers were Bill Cruise and James Nelson. A dinner reception for 180 guests was held in St. Joseph's parisli hall after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lauben- tlial were hosts. Mrs. Edward Cruise presided at the guest book. Punch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sheitz. Mrs. Grant Haugland, Pat Bleich and Bonnie Bleich opened the gifts. Jeannie and Ann Nelson were gift carriers. The cake was cut by Mrs. Norman Staudt, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Jerry Jansen, aunt of the bride. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Phyllis Mullin, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Henry Jansen, aunt of the bride. Waitresses were Gwendolyn Bleich, Kathy Besch, Carol Kligel, LeAnn Jansen, Joan Jansen and Marietta Loclier. Lorraine Hill was the bride's personal attendant. The bride is a graduate of Britt High School and Mason City School of Cosmetology and was employed at Veronica's Beauty Shop in Algona. The groom is a graduate of Garrigan High School and served "two years in the armed forces and is presently employed at K & H Oil Co. in Wesley. The young couple are living in an Al Loebig apartment in Wesley. 18 Men From County Enter Armed Forces Recent enlistments and inductions from Kossuth county are as follows, reports the Kossuth Selective Service office: Inductions — Paul S. Moellering, Swea City; John W. Salis* bury, Armstrong; Darrell W. Isebrand, Titonka; Marvin D.Eisen- barth, Algona; Ronald J. Root, Wesley; George J. Elsbecker, Bancroft; and Douglas L.Geitze- nauer, Fenton. Enlistments in Army - Gerald E. Miller, Clear Lake; Wilbur E. Johnson, Wesley; John H, Luedtke, Fenton; Jerome R. McCarthy, Algona; and RexD. Bristow, Irvington. Navy - Don R. Ennen, Lone Rock; Roger Allen Mayne, Ledyard; and Ervin M.Thilges.West Bend. Marines - Wayne A. Christiansen, Algona; David W. Kohlhaas, Burt; and William Patrick Higgins, Algona. Is Promoted Richard Grotte, 30, grandson of Mrs. John Grotte, Algona, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grotte of Pico Rivera, Calif., an Engineman First Class in the U. S. Navy, recently learned he will become a Chief Petty Officer in March. The iO-year Navy veteran is now a basic submarine instructor at the New London, Conn. Navy base. One of his most recent cruises was a 70* day underwater cruise on the Arsub, u.S.S. John C. INVINCIBLE NITURE francWsed dealer '._ Pe$ Moines Pub. Co. ! $i A' W*, : : ,M'1§

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