The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1968 · Page 4
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(la.) u>p»r 0tt M thurtdtry, Jan. It, 1968 Auction dates that "have been listed with the Upper DesMolnes 'tot the aear future follow: FRIDAY, JAN. 12 - 1 p. m., Farm Auction sale of Forest CutshaU, at farm located 2 1/4 miles east of Corwith on blacktop, or 7 miles south and 5 3/4 miles west of Britt. Selling tractors, machinery, livestock and misc. items. Complete details in this issue of UDM. Johnson and Murra, Auctioneers; First National Bank of Klemme, Clerk. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1 p.m. Ed Donovan farm auction at farm 3 miles east of REC bldg. in So. Emmetsburg, or 1/2 north and 3 west of Cylinder. Machinery, hogs, cattle, etc. Sale details coming up. Auctioneers: Lloyd Berkland and Tommy Mehan. Clerk: Cylinder State Bank. WEDNESDAY JAN. 17, 9:30 a. m. -Willis Pingel Estate Farm Auction. Tractors, other machinery, miscellaneous, household goods, etc. at farm located from Ledyard, 1 mile east, 2 north and one east; or four south and two west of Elmore, Minn. Quinn &. Clark, Auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, Clerk. Sale details Jan. 11 issue of UDM. JAN. 18-THURSDAY-12:30 p. m. Levi Banwart Farm Sale, at farm located from West Bend, I 1/2 miles south on 44, then 1/2 east; from Ottosen, 3 miles west and 4 north, then 1/2 east. This sale includes a large listing of power machinery, wagons, truck, household goods, miscellaneous items as listed in detail in Jan. II issue of this newspaper. Auctioneers, Charley Quinn & Jay Arnold; Clerk, Iowa State Bank, West Bend. Auto Sustains $600 Damage In Crash Here An auto driven by Douglas F. Moehle, 19, sustained an estimated $600 damage when it sJddded out of control and struck a power pole on Fair street here at 12:20 a. m. Tuesday. : City police were called to investigate the mishap. The auto was headed west on Fair when it came upon some ice and the rear of the vehicle was thrown out of control. The driver couldn't keep the vehicle from sliding into the pole. Takes Lot Of Doing For Licenses During 1967, a total of 26,285 operator's licenses, chauffeur's licenses, beginner's instruction permits and temporary licenses were issued by Bill Tordoff, Algona, driver's license examiner in Kossuth, Emmet, Hancock, Palo Alto and Winnebago counties. And, proving that he gets a lot of mileage with new drivers (and some whose licenses had expired, etc.), Mr. Tordoff also managed to ride with no less than 3,787 persons during .the same 12 months. Largest single category during the year was for renewals of operator's licenses. There were 19,121 of those, while 3,411 persons renewed chauffeur's licenses (and they weren't all men by any means). There were also 1,863 beginner's instruction permits okayed and 1,890 first year (temporary) licenses issued. According toTordoff, two of the busiest centers in this 5-county area are Algona and Swea City. Hurt In Crash LuVERNE - Darrell Ristau IJB a patient at St. Ann Hospital, Algona. He sustained cuts and a back injury Friday night when the auto he was driving crashed into a ditch four miles north of LuVerne. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau of Lu Verne. U-Go-l-Go Kathy Payne hosted a meeting of the U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club Jan. 8, with Becky Tieiebein presiding officer. Talks were given by Kathy Payne on why if s ira* portant to measure properly, Lee Ann gclienck on bow to measure liquid and dry ingredients, and Diana Muller on parliamentary procedure points. Demonstrations were given byMarleneGol- jrttwr on how to beat, fojd and stir, and by Debra Bui ten on quick breads. GIANT SIZE TIDE JOLLY TIME POPCORN PRICES EFFECTIVS)HUR$DAY THROUGH MONDAY, JAN. Ti-ii U. S. NO. I IDAHO RUSSET LB. BAG POTATOES GRADE A LARGE EGGS 2-lb. can BAYER ASPIRIN MINNESOTA WASHED RED POTATOES 100 COUNT BOTTLE 100 LB. BAG REG. SIZE BOX ALL FLAVORS HORMEL'S 15 OZ. CANS III TEXAS - RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 5-LB. BAG 10-lb. MICHIGAN REDROMES JONATHON APPLES MB. BAG SUPER VALU TEXAS - NAVEL ORANGES 5-LB. BAG SALT1NES I LB. BOX DUNCAN MINES CAKE MIX DEVILS FOOD DEEP CHOC. SWISS CHOC. WHITE LEMON YELLOW ZESTEE - 18 OZ. JARS PRESERVES The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER AT HOOD'S-Day Afttr Day. W« Invite You To Cluck Our Regular Sh«lf Prices & COMPARE SUPER VALU SUPER VALU STEWED Tomat 303 CANS FOR AUNT NELLIES SUPER VALU - SMALL CANS ^^ VEGETABLES 8 ALGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET I 8 OZ. TINS USDA CHOICE'- CENTER CUT DRINK ORANGE GRAPE GRAPEFRUIT quart JARS CUT GREEN BEANS FRENCH STYLE BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN WHOLE KERNEL CORN OUTWAY BEANS PEAS PAPER TOWELS KLEENEX ASST. COLORS OR DESIGNER PACK 2 ROLL PACKAGE Chuck Roas USDA CHOICE BUDGET STRETCHER 3 DIAMOND BRAND MANDARIN CRUSHED SLICED ORANGES PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLE Chuck Stead USDA CHOICE - ROUND BONE Hunt's—Slices or Halves LEAN - TENDER - BONELESS"" Stewing HORMEL LITTLE SIZZLERS GUS GLASER - CHUNK STYLE BIG BOLOGNA iC GUS GLASER - OLD SMOKEY Summer SAUSAGE AGED CHEDDAR CHEESE FLAVORKIST 14 OZ. PKG. FIG A BARS 4 | FLAV-O-RITE {GRAPE ! JUICE * 6 OZ. CONG. CANS PKG. FOR * * •* * * •* •* * * GOOD VALUE FRENCH FRIES 2 L B. BAG •* t* * * * *\ # * -x-l *\ *\ * * SUPER VALU POLY BAG 1 VEGETABLES * ALL VARIETIES JENO'S £EAC H I No. 2'/2 Cans PIZZA Double Size - Makes 2 Pizzas SUPER VALU LIQUID DETERGENT BLEAC 22 OZ. QUART r r 48 OZ, DECANTER GOOD VALUE Algeria (la.) Upper D«i Molnat-4 Thurjday, Jan. 11, 1968 Miss Lappe Of Burt Marries Tifonka Man BURT — In a high noon ceremony Saturday, Dec. 20, at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, Charlotte Grace Lappe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lappe, Burt, became the bride of Dennis Franzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Franzen, Titonka. Father Victor Ramaeker officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of imported candlelight brocade . Long sleeves, bateau neckline and fitted bodice topped a sheath skirt, and a removable cathedral length train encircled the waist line. She wore a shoulder length veil held in place by a candlelight fur headpiece. A matching fur muff with a bouquet of red roses cascading from it completed her wedding attire. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her twin sister, Charlene Lappe. Gene Schiltz, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents in Burt. Following a short honeymoon in Minneapolis, the couple are at home at Ft. Dodge. The bride is a 1967 graduate of Burt High School and prior to her marriage was employed as a nurses aide at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona. The groom is a graduate of Titonka High School and is attending Ft. Dodge J. C. He is also employed at Badger. Social Club At Portland Has A Party PORTLAND -The Four Corner Social Club met Jan. 2 in the home of Wyona Harms. Members attending were Sandra Harms, Hazel Carroll, Agnes Stewart, Viva Ringsdorf, Leita Phelps, Marian Spear, Janice Moore, Marilyn Bengston and Flossie Bar tie tt. Secret sisters were revealed and new sisters drawn. There was also a Christmas gift exchange. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held in the home of Velma Nelson. - o - Several Portland folks are down with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet entertained at a New Year's dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCormick, Mrs. Mabel Van Horn, Richard and Mary of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet and Jessie Sarchet of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, Burt. Mary, who has been in Africa for some time working for the government in the U. S. Embassy, showed many beautiful and interesting pictures she had taken while in Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch of Lone Rock were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Jack Tieman home. Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa attended a shower for Peggy Pettit at Lone Rock. She will be married Jan. 24 to Wayne Preston of Swea City. Monday evening, Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa attended a shower at Burt for Pam Henderson, who will be married Sunday to Donald Madsen. "Nothing stops a rolling stone like the bottom of a hill." Dog Owners Must Provide Shot Proof Larry Hudson, Kossuth county assessor, announced this week that dog owners living in the county must furnish papers showing proof of vaccination of their dogs to field assessors when they begin making calls soon. It is important that dog owners have the necessary vaccination papers in their possession so the dog can be legally licensed. The shots required for dogs usually are good for two years, according to Mr. Hudson. Card Party LONE ROCK - A 500 card party will be held at 8 p. m, tonight (Thursday), Jan. 11, in the Legion hall. SMITH-CORONA Portable Typ«- wrlter, Victor Adding Mftca- ines at THE UPPER DBS WOINES PUB, CO.,

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