The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
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12-Alflona, (|g.) Upper Das Molnet Thunday, Nov. 19, 1964 Thanksgiving Services Are Planned, Burt HURT - Union Thanksgiving services will be held at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 25 at the Durt Methodist church, with members of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches participating. Music will be furnished by the joint choirs under the direction of Mrs. ErnaGrover and Jearleen Conard. Messages of Thanksgiving will be given by Rev. Bruce Calbreath and Rev. Merlin Davles. - o- ELECT OFFICERS Mrs. Lawrence Presthus was elected president of St. John's Lutheran ladles aid at their November meeting held Thursday. Mrs. Presthus, a life long resident of the Burt area, will be assisted by other officers, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, vice president; Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, secretary; and Mrs. Walter Dacken, treasurer. In other business transacted, the members voted to holdabake sale on Saturday, Nov. 21. The sale will be held at Cunningham's Tea Room and will begin at 2 p.m. Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs. Rudy Wlllrett packed and sent Christmas boxes to boys from the church who are in the armed forces. Members of the Friendly Four club met at the home of Lorraine Campney, Wednesday. Mrs. Esther Cook, Mrs. Cor- Inne Brunner and daughter, Renee, Mason City, and Mrs. Florence Edwards, Clear Lake, were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Lorlna Roark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney attended the concert at Algona, Saturday evening, Mrs, Dean Andrews and Mrs. Walter Campney, accompanied by Mrs. Louis Kelley and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Algona, and Mrs. Joe Dunn and Mrs. Agnes Tabor, West Bend, attended a meeting of the sub-district W. S. C. S. executive board held at Spencer, Thursday. Bill Hamilton, freshman at the University of South Dakota, spent the weekend at the parental Bob Hamilton home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter spent from Monday through Wednesday at Omaha, where they attended the Annual Bank of Cooperatives Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Don Mitchell's. They were accompanied home by little Rhonda Mitchell, who had spent the past week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Campney spent the weekend with the latter's sister and family, the Jim Rules, Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zelmet, Englewood, Cal., spent Friday with an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer and family at Waseca, Minn. The seventh and eighth grade students had a day off on Monday, while Sister M. Mlsael and Sister M. Celestlne attended a music workshop at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mrs. Harold Reding attended the wedding of a cousin, Eugene Illg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Illg, Currle,Mlnn., and Dorothy Scheonbauer at New Prague, Minn., Nov. 14. Saturday evening and Sunday, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Illg, Falrbault, Minn., and their daughter, Sister M. JoAnn, New Market, Minn., and with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Xayser and family at Waseca, Minn. Paul Gales, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Gales, came home Sunday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he was a surgical patient the past two weeks. Jennifer Plathe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Milford Plathe, was brought home on Friday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been a patient a week. St. Joseph's high school students have scheduled a breakfast and bake sale In St. Joseph's school hall, Nov. 22. 'ihe sixth annual Garrigan Carnival will be held In the Garrigan gym, Nov. 22. Shelley Lynne Kohlhaas, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kohlhaas, born Nov. 5, was* baptized In St. Joseph's church, Sunday, by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Joan and Michael Kohlhaas. Clarence Erpeldlng, Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived here Thursday for a visit with relatives and friends. Sunday, he accompanied his sister, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Betty and Mrs. Florlan Faber, all from here, to Colorado Springs, where they plan to spend this week. Kenneth Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann, left Sunday with the Humboldt National Guard unit for 6 months basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrissey, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. George Berte and son, Kansas City, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. John Berte. Sunday, a Berte family dinner and supper was held at the parental John Berte home with all children and their families attending. Honor Past Masters Prudence Lodge of the Masonic order, Algona, will hold a Past Master's Night, starting with a 6:30 dinner, this evening, Thursday, at the Masonic Temple here. All Past Masters will be appropriatRly honored. A Correction Tuesday's paper reported that Ted and Elaine Vera had purchased a grocery store at Buffalo Center, and also bought the stores owned by LuVon Kuchen- reuther at Thompson and Titonka. Mr. Kuchenreuther did sell the latter stores also, but not to the Veras, who purchased only the Buffalo Center store. Parents who are afraid to put their foot down usually have children who step on their toes. COOQOOC oat ELK Cleaners SPECIAL Any CAR COAT JACKET 79' EACH [WATERPROOFING ON THESE GARMENTS WHITE SHIRTS LAUNDERED LIMITED TIME ONLY CASH AND CARRY OR FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY IN ALGONA STORE HOURS: 7 - 5:30 DAILY EXCEPT FRIDAY 7-6:30 P.M. PHONE: 295-3447 PRICES GOOD THROUGH NOV. 25 FLAVORITE - Cello Bag SUGAR Brown or Powdered 2'/2Lb.Bag 39* COLONIAL TEA BISCUITS 15 Package of 12 DOLE'S Crushed Tidbits or Chunks PINEAPPLE 5 No. 211 $ Cans 1j I I KELLOGGS CROUTETTES, box 29c DEL MONTE PUMPKIN, No. 303 Can -10c BIG VALUE PRUNES, 2 Ib. sack... 59c| DULANY Sweet Potatoes 2 S H 40 Cans ^^ ^ HUNT'S 1C NO. soiTrmT OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES FRUIT COCKTAIL.. 5 for $1 No. 300 Tin 19c BUTTER KERNEL - Mix or Match CUT GREEN BEANS Cream or Whole style CORN 3-SIEVE PEAS 6 1.00 BAKER'S 14 Oz. 809 Angel FLAKE Cocoanut 39c NABISCO Idea! Bars or 1 n L nc I Ar On. Choc. Pin wheels L P K 9$- lOF WC 200 Count NAPKINS, asst. colors. 25c K . A . IS1ER 25 Foot Roll, ALUMINUM FOIL 23c BORDEN'S NONE SUCH 9 oz. pkgs MINCE MEAT 2 for 49c PILLSBURYS CAKE MIXES, 3 pkgs... 89c GLEAM - EXTRA LARGE (R eq 75e > TOOTH PASTE .59c U.S.D.A. Graded CHOICE NO. 1 - Land- Olakei FRESH, HOME DRESSED ©SCW.INC. FOR THE POCKETBOOK TOO... HERE! 8 to 24 Lbs. Your Choice LONG ISLAND DUCKS Extra Fancy Trimmed U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROAST Lb. 49° HOME DRESSED CAPONS TRIMMED, MEATY HAM SALE TWO TONS OF LUCIOUS, FULLY COOKED HAMS SHANK '/ 2 Lb. 39 BUTT !/2 Lb. 47 Whole Ham Lb. 43 ——- —— . ^ ^^^ I r\IITll vlkt^f ITlbr^ • I " • ^"« V tfmm ^ SPARE RIBS Ib. 23 C Little SizzlersS BACON Hormel's THICK SLICED 2lb.box89c No. 1 THIN SLICED Ib. box 3k GRAINY, OPEN KETTLE Rendered Lard 2 ; 39 G LASER WEINERS Lb. 49c SUMMER SAUSAGE Lb. 59c v.nssiv*c wr FL JELLO 6 ONE PRO. STRAWBERRY JELIO FREE WITH PURCHASE ANY 6 OEDNEY PICKLES Sweet Mixed or Sweet Chips 3-16oz.jars$l GRANDEl OLIVES Plain or Stuffed HEINZ CATSUP 14 Oz. Bottle 19c MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Refrig. Jar 39c 12 oz. Jar 25c MARIGOLD - NO. 1 - ALL FLAVORS 1 / 2 Gal. 79' FIAVORITE ICE CREAM All Flavors '/i gal. 59c FLAVORITE Frozen Vegetables 6 Package '1.00 FLAVORITE ~~ STRAWBERRIES or RED RASPBERRIES 10oz. pkgs. $ 3 DIAMOND MANDARIN ORANGES 11 OZ. TINS 4 for 89c Fruits (^Vegetables * — <jt . h^V \ ^ WIM^-DVOW - \^_X W >\—' *-"^ RED PONTIAC POTATOES WASHED AND WAXED 20 LBS. 98° GREEN ONIONS or CELLO RADISHES 2 FOB JUMBO STALK CELERY 19 ALQQNA Known for Famous Brands PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25

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