The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 4
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,,„,>< *,r»* •I- •*•'/,. ^j ,500 Goal, County For New Iowa 4-H "" ' ' Quota Camp * . . • i Biafte, and Cttfbl, Mr, and IMrs. Geofge Mienke, Mary Emt-, llle 'arid twb grandchildren: Mt aftd Mrs.- Martin Ohm, Adoiph 'Pertl, ail of tfenton, Mr. and Mrs, Delond Bolte and family 01 Cylinder. ' Mr. and Mrs. Prank Dfeyer Jane and JoAnn, Dennis Ohm, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer 'and family, Mrs, E. H. Dreydi. -and Dick Peterson, 'all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walkei 'and daughter of Whittemore and 'Mr, and Mrs. Roger Dreyer of Sioux City were picnic guests in th(i Harry Richards home at their cabin near Lost Island Lake" Sunday. 'Mr, and Mf8. Garbs' and family ttere Sunday" in the EfHll' torsion htiffle.r ' ftosemaly tfeii&h. of ' V Union and Cheryl Engleby bf Swea City are Visitittg in thet home of their g«mdf5ate«t9, the Emil Person h6fn6 for >a, fpW days, ' '' i Mrs. Emma HurlbUft aftd girls' wete Sunday supper guests 1| the Dale Schroeder- home. • Beverly WehrSpann 6f Fehtor) was a Sunday overnight guest of Mary Hurlburt. Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyei were Sunday visitors in the Frank Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause Of Fenton are the parents of a |on born Sunday, July 10, i Ann hospital, Algbna. The weighed 1 Ibs. tod 4 ozs. Diane and Betty Walker 'daughters of Mr. zifid Mi?s. Mel- Vin Walker, returned hdme recently from a week's, vacation jii the - home of Mr. and Mrs Harry Vigdal at Armstrong. • Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ijtehtz 01 Algona visited in the Dale Wege- her hbme recently. Mr. arid. Mrs. H. A. Holmgren Visited Sunday in the Henry Junkannann home at Bradgate. Mrs. Everett-Hanna, Mrs, Margaret Gardner and Julia Taylor attended the Billy Graham Cru- Ctfy Sunday. , 4 Mrs. Evfefe,tt Manna wllll at-. tend ft-coitfeteflia-ifl Ames Wed- ne'sdV arid'ThuMay as a, delfc gate- to the ' Homiemakers- DJad-. ershJp, Cftftfetefldev , , • •„• fiaftyl Hkflsefl of Ne^¥crf}< is visiting in 'tne Maty GenfieH " . Mr,, and Mrs. Ben -Schmidt and Mri;Gene Blanchard arid children attended a 1 family [fe> union at Fairmont, Minn. Sunday, - ;• ,' Mr. arid Mrs, Andrew thomp- sen attended the' Blue Angels show at ; .Mason. City Sunday. !ITOrjiG %** »*»^ • —— 'SJtiihrt ih A'rtttatfoftg, '-•'Mr. ahd Mrs. Jack Johnson and'Jaftet 6f Gowfie were SUfl< day visitor's in the Charles ,,Mbr* ri£ tyoftie. . . • , ', , Mr. rand Mrs. fioMld Biahdh* afd, Mf. and Mrs, Eltner, Ffanfi; rind Mrs. 'titifea Erickso?!, of .'Swea City attenddd; the funeral tof 0, ft Olsgn at Wilwar, Minn, Wednesday. Grooming Contest of.^Kossuth County jf .will hold, a fltttfc Gwwntaj Conteft at the Burt Gym, Sat* titday at 1:00 p.m., July 22 k 4-rf, ttemtse'A, - parents end Mend* are invited, There 'will be thre* &&& classes iiS th& contest, 10-i2| ! 1346 and '18- aftd over. Each member has a choice of selecting his wardrobe to> fit onfe of fouf. appropriate dress groups— schobj wear, sports wear for sehooV ?ports outfit and church or drew- suii ' ' ' •'•; ' *' MA6IC ltd ittm. ItafHEr ».« M " i A "drive, for $4i5dO as the Kpa- suth quota for'a'4-H camp fund is soon to get underway. ' | preliminary plans for the drive were made recently by the com-, ipittee pictured here. Workers will make their contacts during- the first week in August. The Kossuth goal is part of. a statewide program to raise $500,000 in development of a campsite on &15 a'cres nine miles 'south of ^oone, along the Des Moines river." ;i- Pictured are rhembers of the County 4-H State Camp Fund Raising Committee—they are front row—Avis Lettow of Al- gbria; chairrnan, Joseph Skow of Wesley; treasurer, Mrs. Henry Looft of Fenton; back, John Mosbach of Whittemore; vice- chairman, Eugene D'rager" of Algona; vice-chairman, Roger Lm- Ke of Swea City and Bernarrl jhilges of Bode. On the commit- tj'e, but not. pictured- is Harold Elark of Bancroft, and Charles- Nygaard of Wesley. ' '. More 4-H members in Iowa cprnp than do any other group The first $12,000 came from Iowa 4-H clubs and was used to buy die site. A swimming pool has already been built, while an ad- rpinistration building, crafts lodge and dining facilities are planned as future improbements in the central camping area.. • The camp 'site with hundreds of acres of timber makes an ideal place for both wilderness and cabin camping. Sleeping cabins, and lodges have been located around the central camping area and within easy walking dis-. tance from it. If a 4-H'er,wants to rough it for a few days he can pack his tent and hike to the northwest corner of the camp, an area reserved for ..primitive camping. Whittemore Girl Weds June 11 At Fort Dodge Wilma Mao Wagner became the bride of Larry Wayne Harvey, Sunday, June 11 at -5:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Fort Dodge at a private wedding. The bride is the daughter o. Mrs. Margaret Wagner and tlu late Arnold Wagner of Whilto more. Mr. Harvey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Harvey of Fort Dodge. The Rev. James Mach officiated. Mr. E. O. Hillman was organist, Mrs. Charlenp Rossow was soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Wayne Wagner. Mrs. :Jarnes Scuffharri of Al gona, sister of; the bride, Was rnaid of honor. Dale Harvey brother of the groom was best man. '•''•• '; Following the ceremony, s dinner was held at T^eloar's Iniji at Fort Dodge. The bride is a graduate of the Whittemore high school. She is employed at 'the Central Telephone Co. in Fort Dodge. The groom attended the Fort Dodge high school and served 4 years in the navy. He is now employed at the Nielson Electric Co.. Fort Dodge. LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder The Happy Hom.emakers Club met recently in the Andrew Thompsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompsen and family of Creston were recent'lr guests in the Andrew Thompsen home. They spent a fcw-'days at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adams p, f San Dennis, Cal. were visitors in the Andrew Thompsen home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Godden called at the Andrew Thompsen home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scblultz 01 Ottosen were Sunday visitors in the Maude" Blanchard home. The Lucille circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday in the Mary Genrich home with Ruth Krueger assisting Grace Fischer•' will present 1 the lesson. Mrs. Merrill of Bancroft ana her two daughters were Sunday callers in the Maude -Blancharo home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Ottosen and Mrs. Maude Blanchard were Sunday supper guests in the Donald Blanchard home. Several Lone Rock people attended the Billy Graham Midwest Crusade in Minneapolis Sunday, » Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener recently attended the Rath family reunion which was held at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl House holder and Danny attended i birthday dinner in honor of Mrs Fred Mortensen in the Mortensen home Sunday. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolf and family of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Reinold Laabs ol Fonton, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and family, Amarid; Schutt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Drive in here for on EXPERT WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCING ON OUR NEW BEAR EQUIPMENT JOHN ELBERT'S ENCO Station Get reqdy for smooth summer driving. Preserve, your ear's quiet ritjf lay seeing us today! on these su.itim.ex* SUNSHINE CdQKlES 6-29c VARIETIES BORDENS - ALLFLAVORS SHERBERT PURINA DOG CHOW 5 LB. PKG. 59 KEN-L-MEAL DOG FOOD LG. BOX HILAND OTATO CHIPS BOX 59 SNIDERS ATSUP DUBUQUE & DECKERS SMOKED-BONELESS COOKED PICNICS 3 POUND TIN $499 EXTRA-LEAN BOSTON BUTT _^^.* * PORK cTciiir STEAK u KRAFT IRACLE W Qt. JAR 43 TENDERED PORK CUTLETS'49 BOONE RIVER BOLOGNA 3 Rings THICK CUT SWISS STEAK WHITE OR CIDER VINEGAR Gal. BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER RALSTON RICE CHEX 35 13 OZ. PKG. Whole PORK^ LOINS For Your Freezer Ib. 47c ^•mM DUNCAN MINES CHERRY ALMOND CAKE MIX 3 pk s s - 98 BALL DOME F1A1S 2 ^ 25' GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5Lb. BAG 43 MA BROWN SWEET GHERKINS Pt. JAR 39 CALIFORNIA EARLY ELBERTA PEACHES $|89 17 LB. LUG MA BROWN PRESERVES GRAPE - APRICOT - PLUM PEACH - PINEAPPLE 12Oz, JARS 98 MR. CLEAN GIANT SIZE BOTTLE ^WBI^^^ ^ftHf ' GRIFFIN - LIQUID™ SHOE POLISH SCUFF COVER 2 2QZ, BOTTLE COASTAL - FROZEN LEMONADE 3 CANS 29 . HUNT'S APRICOTS SIZE CANS ^^^^^^^ ^^^^F- 6 REUNION PORK & BEANS 2'/2 SIZE CAN! -POM6Y- YPV C«o |Q S«rt When Y9V Shop At Fqreway Thflt Y»v G«t Tn« Spying* Of All Tbi i«W9!»t Price*. Forewpy. PRICfS |FFi€TIVi JU4Y ?RTK TH8U JUIY ?§TH

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