The Races... We notice that stock car number 54 has changed from red to blue. We've tried to tell Mike Woltz that the 'Til! Peddler" and the "Auto Medic" and the "Race Car Driver" use American parts - not Japanese. WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON 59* Lb U.S. CHOICE ROUND STEAK U.S. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS 49« b REAL GOLD Orange Drink 6 oz. tin MONARCH MANDARIN ORANGES 3 Tin, 6O< w %gr JF MONARCH FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 tin 19 MONARCH CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 8 oz. tin 10 MONARCH APPLE SAUCE 4 % 69 BUTTERTOP HOME STYLE Dinner Rolls doz. ARCHWAY HOME STYLE Cookies ALL FLAVORS JELLO MONARCH FROZEN LEMONADE can PINEAPPLE - ORANGE GRAPEFRUIT Hi-C 46 oz. fin LARGE JUICY SIZE CANTALOUPE 3 For Starkist Tuna 2 69* BONDWARE Paper Plates 100 ct. pkg. 69* GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 300 size tin can Philadelphia Cream Cheese 3 oz. pkg. Coming July 14 - FREE PONY RIDES!! VQGEL'S Cardinal Store Mi. anil Mrs. Ho'.vanl Sparks .!i!---;iii':."'l A 4th "f July f.umly I ii iiic at HIP h>>me' ''f Mr. ami M:s. (i. \V. Frk.'ilo-A. This was .ils'i in honor nf Mr. and Mrs. H .-VIP! Dawsnn nf C.tsper, \Vyo- n;!:\ L -, who havi 1 bvpn visiting !:>•;•('. Alvnit "iO relatives at- t-ndH. Mr. and Mrs. Haiold Becker, Kicluinl Hiii-Mii and Trudy Alt '.'•re Sunday dinner puests in the Turn Trenaiy home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliester Fitch •if Rockwell were Sunday supper •.-.nosts in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitcli, Mr. ;uid Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Frendahl, Mrs. Karl Cushnian, Linda Fitch and An- n.ibelle Fitch of Lebanon, Mo. v.-ere Sunday evening quests in the Ray Fitch home. Mrs. Avery Fitch was unable to attend as she had gone to Iowa City that day to visit a niece, daughter of the Meryle Cushmans, who has been in an Iowa City hospital since the first of March, due to a car accident. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harm sand family enjoyed a family picnic supper and fireworks Sunday evening at the Andrew Harms in Hurt. Others attending were the Bill Champions of Swea City, James Harms and family, Fort Dodge, the Phil Carlsons, Algona, the Leroy Davis' Burt, the Gary •' Algona, and John Lov- BURT, IOWA Davis, stad. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson and Tom and great-granddaughter, Jill Peterson, Portland, Ore., were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul. Mrs. Richard Samuelson and Sharon came to spend the 4th of July with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, after spending a week in Fort Dodge visiting in the Carl Samuelson home. • Mrs. Robert Wood was co- hostess at a shower Sunday in the home of Mrs. John Von Bajik in honor of Kay Judge of Boone, bride-elect of Bob Von Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms visited Jennie Harms in Titonka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs . Jesse Harms, Mary and Norrna went to Algona Monday evening to watch the fireworks. Harlan Fitch, Janice Danielsen and Linda Fitch of Lebanon Mo. were 4th of July visitors in the Victor Fitch home. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy to Ottosen for the carnival and fireworks. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister entertained at a noon cookout in their back yard the 4th for Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret, Bill and Eugene Meister and Mary Ann Goetz of O sage. They attended the ball game at Bancroft in the afternoon, Eugene playing on the Junior Legion team, and an evening cookout at the North Kossuth Golf Club, band concert and fireworks. Valerie Holding was a Saturday and Sunday nite guest in the Frank Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and family of Peru, Nebr. came to Burt Saturday where Mrs. Holding attended a class reunion. They have been staying in the P.W. Marlow home. Linda Becker, Janine Chafee and Debbie Stenzel are spending the week at the Great Lakes Bible Camp at Okoboji. Mrs. Stenzel and Mrs. Chafee took them over. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker went to Rochester Tuesday where they visited Tom Johns, in the hospital, who had surgery for a slipped disc. He has now returned to his home at Marshall, Mo. Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Mrs. Billy Gifford and William Gifford went to Ft. Dodge Tuesday to be with Mrs. William Gifford, who has undergone surgery for a tumor. She suffered a stroke after coming through surgery and is critical. Liza Marlow is staying at present with her aunt, Mrs. Richard Bristow. "There are two ways to get to the top of an oak tree, you can climb it or you can sit on an acorn". Couple Engaged The engagement of Janet Black, daughter of Glenn Black, and DuWayne Gebken, son of Fred Gebken, all of Burt, has been announced. The wedding will be held Sept. 4 in the Methodist church at Burt. OMVI Charged A county attorney's information, charging Thomas J. O* Leary with OMVI, was filed in district court here this week. He was apprehended by police here June 21. Ex-Resident Of Bancroft Dies; Rites Tuesday BANCROFT - Funeral ser- vi<vs for Mrs. Josephine Sut- nifif'V, 83. of Minneapolis, for- rneilv of Bancroft , were hell at 0:30 a. in. Tuesday at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Ttic Rev. Ms.-,r. J. H. Schultr-s officiate!! and Uiri.iJ was in St. John's cemetery with Garr> Funeral Home in rhaixp of Mrs. Sutmeier died Friday morning at St. Joseph's hospital in Minneapolis. She was the d.uiditfr of Mr. and Mrs. John Winkel, pioneer settlers in north Kossuth connh. Mrs. Sutmeior. who wasUnn M.iy 31, 1883 in Bancroft, is survived bv her husband, Bon; two sons, Jolin of Minneapolis and Richard of Utiluth, Minn.; one daughter, Elixalwtli, serving with the armed forces in ImU.v, .uid six grandchildren. Hatchery At Whittemore Sold Don Jones of Whittemore recently sold his hatchery and equipment to Hy-Une Poultry Farms at Spencer, la. The hatching equipment and supplies •ire Utiiu; transferred to the Hy- Line Hatchery at Spencer. Mr. Jones will be employed by ily- Line as area sales :uid service supervisor. Chicks for this area will all be hatched in Spencer and delivered to delivery points in the 3-c<mnty area served in the past by \Vhittemore Hatchery. Flock service crews will work out of the Spencer plant, and are on call at all times for Hy- Line Chick and started pullet customers. The Jones family is building a new home at 711 S. Jerome in Algona, which will lie more the center of the area for them. They expect to move into their home about August 1. After July 1, the hatchery phone #4161 will be the residence phone of Don Jones. Thursday, July 7, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moinej-7 411 D E S AA O I N E S OCVCtA? U-D-M Subscription Drive Continues The subscription campaign of the Alfjona Upper Des Moines, which opened the middle of June under the direction of Mrs. Bill Bestenlehner, is progressing nicely and will continue through July 1. Some areas of the county have not ln'on canvassed door-to-door vet, but will IK? in the near future. Saleswomen ami men working during the campaign on a commission basis art 1 Jim Butler, Mrs. John Kajewski, Mrs Jim Kimkel, Mrs. Dean Meyer, Mrs. Lillian Ringsdorf, Mrs. Viola Studer, Mrs. Howard \Veydert and Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. While the campaign has not yet been completed, we would like to thank the many hundreds of iwrsuiis who have either purchased new subscriptions or renewed present subscriptions during the drive. Bike Wreck Russell Frazoe, 6, sustained abrasions and bruises when the bicycle lie was riding on South Hall street here took a tumble Wednesday morning. A dog apparently caused the mishap, according to Police Chief Al Boke- liniui who investigated. The animal nipped at the boy's foot, causing the mishap. Four Birthdays OTTOSEN - Four birthdays were observed at the same time in the Fowler family here, with a dinner at the James Fowler home Sunday. The birthdays were those of Lyndon Fowler and Bret Meyer, Jason Fowler and Edna Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer of Algona were among those attending. How sorry I am to have to again mention the death of a friend - Rosetta Johannsen, who died June 27, just a week after her 50th wedding anniversary observance. And what a brave woman she was - never mentioning an ailment she knew was serious - not even confiding in her husband, Henry. My deepest sympathy to him and her relatives. Marg Dahl, Lizzie Post and I made a trip to Mason City, June 27. A pleasant day, but we drove home in heavy rain. It is amazing how many Algonans we saw. First, Mrs. Clarence Wiltgen, then Leona Lindqu»st with whom we had a nice chat, then there was Mary Olson, her daughter, Mrs. Tom Sampson and Mrs. Jake Godden. On South Federal we saw Lizzie's sister- in-law, Mrs. Walt Post, son Kenneth and his wife. They are going to Denver soon to visit with relatives but Walt, who isn't too well, will not accompany them. Ken is employed with a pharmaceutical company. Gosh - svhat a difference the years make. When I was a girl there was always a big celebration. Once on State street, a few times at the fair grounds and others, I recall, were going to Bancroft, Emmetsburg and Clear Lake. I wouldn't repeat the program for all the tea in China! But it was fun then. Celebrations seem to have gone the way of the Model T, etc. Enroute home from Mason City we stopped in front of Margaret Hofmaster's house she bought from the Mrs. L. C. Copp estate. She has enclosed a part of the porch to add to her living room, added an iron railing to the steps and an iron prop it has greatly improved the place and if it hadn't been raining, we'd have gone in. * * * Through Maggie Haubach, a resident here, I received some literature sent to her with the request that she pass it on to me. It was mostly poetry of an uplifting nature. She is in a rest home and has arthritis badly, she said. I never really knew her but she has seldom failed to send me Christmas greetings and she says she enjoys my Tid- bits, which of course pleases me. Thank you, Mrs. Lillian Mathison. * * * Casper Thilges was visited this morning by three of his nieces and their father, Chris Fields. The nieces are Sister Marguerite, Sister De Chantal and Sister Carla, all of Techy, HI., and the Convent of the Holy Spirit. I asked to meet them and they are charming, full of merriment and I enjoyed the visit. I told them I had a dream the other night that Casper was all dressed up and looked so sprucy and had invited me to dance. I had accepted - but the dream ended before we got on the floor. I told him about it. He chuckled and then said wistfully, "I wish I could." I wish so , too, Casper, though >:mr eleven years of invalidism is shorter than mine. * * * Having read about Mrs. Fairie Kuhn's early potatoes but no peas, Mrs. John Schimmel called me the other day to tell me she has had peas from her garden, the first picked June 20. * * * Mrs. Grace Newville is a resident here now and celebrated her 84th birthday June 30. Mrs. E. J. Evers and her mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, brought cake and ice cream to serve the women on Mrs. Newville's floor. * * * Sign over nylon stocking display - "For contented calves.' * * * >••> Just to look at the card jfent from Luzern by the John Kene- ficks makes one feel cooler on a hot day. Snow-capped mountains, beautiful lake, and quaint buildings. A part of Audra's message said, "This is a beautiful city on the lake. Sat on a bench near it today and watched the boats and swans.'' * * * Also had a card from Dorris Long Pitcher. She says, "Iowa was so lush and green. Here we are dry and lawns look like late August. I just think Algona is the nicest town." I agree with her heartily. The Matt Streit's clock, which must be rather close to the phone, and my watch are synchronized - it struck the hour right on the time my watch keeps, on a recent call. HONOR MISS RINGSORF Pat Reding, Michelle Cassel, Marilyn Stoeffel, Marilyn Platt and Mrs. Gary Alberts of Klemme were hostesses at a linen shower honoring Nancy Ringsdorf at the Ralph Reding home. Games were played and prizes won were presented to the bride-to-be Nancy Ringsdorf was honored at a miscellaneous shower on Friday evening, June 17 in St. Cecelia's hall. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley, winning high score and Mrs. Sarah Haney, Wesley, low. Mrs. Phil Ballard won the door prize. The bride-to-be received many useful gifts and a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses: Alice May, Pat Doughan, Mary Krieps, Rita Youngwirth, Ardell Young- wirtli, Minnie Bleich, Helen M. Youngwirth, Ann Bleich, Dorothy Becker, Toots Youngwirth, Ann Carman, Marilyn Thompson, Darleen Immerfall, Mary Elaine Quiim, Donna Jean Lynch, Marjorie Lattimer, Margaret Wempe, Mary Forburger, Joan Loss, Darlene Forburgsr, Vera Erpelding and Julia Forburger. Miss Ringsdorf will become the bride of Larry Lee Youngwirth on July 9. Nancy Ringsdorf was also honored at a miscellaneous shower on Friday evening at the Plum Creek Center school. A program was presented with models wearing wedding gowns of GO years old to one year old. Gowns were modeled by Donna Larsen, Mary Degen, Mrs. Roger Scott, Joan Degen, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Theresa Carman and Mrs. Gary Alberts. Music was f- - nished by Mrs. Roscoe Mawc •« Jr., Misses Nancy and Linda Becker, Linda Gardner, Patrice and Linda Bode, Norma Bode and Annette Gilbride. Nancy received many lovely gifts. Mrs. Gary Albert poured and Audrey Youngwirth was at the punch bowl. Marcia Sampson registered the guests. Hostesses were: Mrs. L. L. Hoover, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Mrs. Tom Sampson, Mrs. Robert Degen, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley^ Jr. and Mrs. Gerald Gar- rnan. - o HOSTESSES TO GROUPS Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Granzow was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Ed Hagg entertained her Knit and Sew Club Wednesday afternoon. - o - LUNCHEON HOSTESSES Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Marie Kunz and Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained a few friends at a luncheon Thursday at Clear Lake. Mrs. Marie Kunz also entertained a few guests last week Thursday at the Gretten House, Clear Lake, honoring Josine Coonan of Minneapolis, Minn., who was a house guest of Mrs. Matt Streit. - o MR. AND MRS. Larry Eveis. are parents of a daughter whom they have named Kristi Lynn, born June 27 at St. Ann hospital. Larry is in service and stationed at Fort Riley, Kans. Mrs. Evers and baby are staying at Whittemore for a short time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. MYRON ALDERSON, who has been a resident at the Good Samaritan Home for some time, was taken sick suddenly Monday and was taken to St. Ann hospital. MR. AND MRS. Jess Riddle have rented the Roy Hutzell apartment for a couple of months while the new Swanson store is being remodeled. Mr. Riddle owns the property and the ground west of it which will be used for parking. MR. AND MRS. Dale Collins have been here from Sulphur, La., and visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton had their son Jerry and family of Omaha as Fourth of July weekend guests. JOAN POST, who is taking a special course at the Mason City College before resuming her nurses training at Sioux City, spent the July 4th weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post.
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