Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1966 ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCt-3 Carol Kemna married Ottosen — Carol Jean Kemna, daughter of the Edward P. Kem- nas, was married to James Melvin Roupe, son of the Melvin Roupes, West Bend, at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. The Rev. Louis Greving performed the double ring ceremony. Virginia Kemna, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Th£ bridesmaids were Judith Goer, gen, Sioux City, and Marlys Kemna, sister of the bride. Flower girls were Debra Jergens, niece of the bride, and Helen Kay Mertz. Ronald Schafer, West Bend, was best man. Richard Wilderman of Iowa City and Terry Schafer, West Bend, were groomsmen. Mark Elbert, Rodman, and Victor Jergens, Humboldt, were ushers. A brunch for 150 guests was held in the church .following the wedding. Mrs. Richard Wilderman, Iowa City, had the gues book. Elizabeth Fogarty and Kathleen Blair served the punch Mrs. John Mersch and Mrs. Art Lutz cut the cake. The H. P Hertzes were the dining room hosts. Helping with gifts were Mrs. Victor Jergens and Sherry and sa Roupe. Waitresses were Valerie Mersch, Susan Mersch, Jeannie Mersch, Cheryl Mersch and Lynnette Mersch. They went on a week's honeymoon trip to Colorado. She is a graduate of the Twin Rivers high school at Bode and St. Vincent's school of nursing at Sioux City. She is employed at Dr. Bray's office in Algona. He is a graduate of the West Bend high school and is employ- ad at the Roupe Furniture store, They will live in West Bend. Guests attended from Norfolk, Neb., Wakonda, S. D., Long Lake Easton and Eveleth, Minn., Whit temore, Sioux City, Sheldon, Spi rit Lake, Granville, Fort Dodge Paullina, Iowa City, Humboldt Hardy, Gilmore City, Eagle Grove, Ottosen, Rolfe, Rodman Plymouth, Bancroft, Dolliver, Es therville, McGregor, Emmets burg, Remsen, Des Moines, Algo na and West Bend. Date reception for faculty at Sentral school Fenton — Sentral Band Moth ers will host a reception for faculty members in the Sentral schools at 8 p.m. Oct. 11, at the high sohool building. Patrolman James Bonnistettor of the Iowa Highway Patrol will be the guest speaker. There will be a quartet from Fenton also. Mrs, Ralpi Hammerstrom, president of the Band Mothers will preside. The reception is open to the public Refreshments will be served by the Band Mothers. | Gerald Cody. Low went to Mrs. rtiarlin Wegener and Arnold sfeilsen. Lyle Hanson took travel mzc. Members brought and erved the lunch. The Alts will e married 25 years October 5. NEW GOLDEN ACER The Fenton WSCS met in Seip tember for the annual "Golden Age Service". Mrs. Charles New el was honored as the new "Go! den Age-r" with her niece, Mrs Calvin Vaudt pinning her Worn an's Society of Christian Servic Pin, a gift from the society. Mrs Raymond Stoeber was in oharg of the program which included a solo by Mrs. Jack Gerhart and a duet by Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mrs. Russell Eldridge. There were nine guests. DATE FALL MISSION St. Luke's Lutheran church at •airville will have its annual •all Mission Day October 16. Rev. Ostermeder of Peace Lutheran at West Bend will be the speaker. Time of services will be at 8:30 with Sunday school at 9:30. Services Oct. 23 will also be at 8:30 and Sunday school at 9:30. had eve MARRIED 20 YEARS The Arnold Hantelmans their 20th wedding Sunday ning with a family supper at the Sirloin House at Fairmont. At tending were the Hantelmans Norman Bollingers, Allen Han telman and J&an Kunkel, and Renee Han telman and Bill Ha sel. MAKE HIGH SCORES Two Fenton boys, Ervin Roo and Ricky Shaw, both Sentral | seniors, have received letters of i commendation for scoring in the top 2 per cent of the students taking the 1966 National Merit scholarship qualifying test. NO OCTOBER TRUCK Word has been received by the Fenton Methodist church that there will be no Church World Service truck stopping in October, so quilts will go in December instead. The quilting project has brought just short of 2 quilts and there are parts for many more. Mrs. Dale Voigt or Derwood Voigt are accepting donations including money as they will need lOc per pound to ship the articles which also include used clothing. OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR SHOPPIN8 CONVENIENCE Keep "rtTES* USDA CHOICE BEEF RU BUTTERNUT, ACORN or BUTTER CUP SQUASH 2 Ibs. 15< Standing Rib ROASTS - AGED FOR TENDERNESS - NEW CROP YAMS FULLY COOKED —CHUNK or SLICED Canadian Bacon «>. 98 SORRY WE RAN OUT HJJR, ^^\ •&' £7] y 'X LEAN SHOULDER BUTT PORK STEAK FRANCO AMERICAN Spaghetti 15 '/z Oz. Cans c BAKER'S SHREDDED Coconut 8 Oz. Pkg. FRESH SLICED TENDER CALVES LIVER FARMKIST BETTY CROCK$R Prunes 49 2 Lb. Bag OREGON TRAIL FROZEN Bisquick 45 40 Oz. Box RED RASPBERRIES 2 10-ozPkgs 45c WILSON'S oiTismM CROCK QUUflT SHAW CHEDDAR SHARP CHEDDAR CHEESE FOOD SPREAD 8 Oz. FRESH LEAN PORK SPARE Rl COCK-0-WALK COCK-O-WALK GOOCH'S STALEY'S Peaches No. 2'/i Cans Apricots $ 1 Pancake Mix Waffle Syrup No. 2'/z Cans 3 Lb. Hag Quart Jar POST'S Corn Toasties 18 Oz. Box C FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE folgers 10 Oz. Jar $ CARROL 12 VARIETIES Assorted Cookies pkgs. $ JIFFY The Rex Wolfes were recent quests of the Wilbur Holldorfs, Algona. The Kenneth Bollingers were entertained Saturday at Charlie's Suipper Club in Algona for their 33rd wedding. Attending were the Wayne Bollingers, Lone Rock, Gene Tietzes and Norman Bollingers. The Rev. Clifford Blisses, Cylinder, are grandparents of twins, a boy and a girl, born last week to their son, the Paul Blisses, Phosnix, Ariz. Mrs. Richard Hansen, the former Diane Snell, Fenton, has completed the necessary medical requirements and will leave soon to join her husband, stationed with the armed forces in Germany. Guests Saturday of Mrs. Ida Dreyer and the Darrel Dreyers were the August Maases, Wil liamsburg, and Bob Kaloupeks C & H AT GOLDEN WEDDING Attending the Geigel golden wedding in Algona recently were the E. C. Weisbrods, Rex Wolfes, Bay Stoebers, Ed Bruhns, Lyle Newels, Martin Hantelmans, Mrs. Charles Newel, the Eugene Hus- kamps, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. I Emmetsburg. Olga Huskamp and the Gerald Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs Voigts. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp Russell Eldridge recently wen assisted in cutting the wedding to Fort Dodge to a meeting cake. the National Fellowship Methodist Musicians. They at HAVE SILVER WEDDING tended a class on church choirs The Fenton 47 club met Sun- The Paul Eiglers attended day at Larry Alts for their silver picnic Sunday at Emil Zender wedding. There were eight ta- Terril, with nephews and nieces blesoflcourt Whist. High"prizes helping, Mrs. TUlie Kohlwes on went to Mrs. Robert Krause and 1 ncr 90th birthday. Brown or Powdered SUGAR CAKE and FROSTING MIXES Size Lb, Bag POWDERED DETERGENT RINSO Giant Size c LIQUID DETERGENT LUX 22 Oz. liottle c PRICES EFFECTIVE OCT. 6 THRU OCT. 12 POLICY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will G«t The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Price* For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. » /j\ <*iF^('*F*\'' i ii"'m'r'-'A L -i* ir 1 AHEWAY •CONOMK: AI, i oo i> IMS i uim i ION

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