The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 4
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4-Algene (la.) Upp«r DM Molnti Thorsdoy, Jufy 21, 1966 DR. AND MRS. Harold Anderson have as guest this week the latter's mother Mrs. O. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn. MR. AM) MRS. Fred Lang- mach, Cedar Rapids, were here for the weekend having come to attend the former's class reunion. The Langmacks ran the ~ Ben Franklin store here a few years ago. MR. AND MRS. James Will and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rochleau and family, and Mrs. Mildred Putz spent Sunday at the Okobojis, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Price, Sioux City, who have a cottage there. MRS. ALFRED SCHULTZ and Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and daughter Evelyn returned last week from a visit of several weeks with relatives in Germany in various towns. Mrs. Schultz was in Bonn most of the time but spent some time in Italy. Mrs. Ferguson and Evelyn spent a longer time in the former's home at Wuerzburg, Germany. MRS. MAURICE MORTENSEN came from Mason City last week to assist hei mother, Mrs. Ann Hanson, move into an apartment at Cooks. She has the unit that was occupied by Esther Quinby, a retired teacher, for many years. MR. AND MRS. Merle Webster have had as guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmutz and daughter Shirley of Salina, Kans. MRS. MAGGIE HAUBACH was visited Tuesday at the Good Samaritan Home by her cousins, Mrs. Mary Raskopf, Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. L, Rosenmeyer, St. Benedict. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hendrickson and family came from Chicago, HI., to attend Gene's class reunion. They were guests of Mrs. Hendrickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Baker. MRS. JAMES ALLEN, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mrs. Ralph Brown, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Monday at Wesley at Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raneys. Mrs. Raney, the former Sarah Doran was being visited by her mother, Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, sister-in-law of Mrs. Posts and a former well-known Algonan now living at Monmouth. MR. AND MRS. Nels Anderson, Neil, Mickey and Liz, were to leave Wednesday for a five day vacation in the Black Hills. MR. AND MRS. M. L. Vander Waal are being visited by their granddaughter Terl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vander Waal, Kankakee, El. MRS. HAZEL LUSBY took her daughter, Marguerite, to Mason City Wednesday where she took a plane to Chicago, and from there will go via plane to her home at Corona Del Mar, Calif. MR. AND MHS. J. B. Asa went to Rochester Monday where Mrs. Asa will have a check-up on her hand that she injured some time ago when It was cut on a fruit jar. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes and son Kirk and family went to Keota to attend the funeral services Saturday for Mrs. Haye's mother, Mrs. E. L. Kirkpatrick, 88, who had been in a rest homo there for some time. DIANNE REEFER came from Des Moines and spent the week- ejid with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reefer. THE DICK POST family and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Sunday at the Okobojis at the cottage of Mrs. Lloyd Scott, mother of Mrs. Bob Post. Mrs. Scott's sister, Mrs. Edith Kubeck, Is with her from their home at Topeka, Kans. Mrs. Bob Post and Kathy of Denver, Colo., were also there and Bob and son Scott will join them later. MRS. ELIZABETH POST has been visited by her nephew's wife, Mrs. Nick Wazlwich and son John of St. Paul, who came to attend the funeral of Elmer Kelley. Mrs. Kelley is a sister of Mrs. Post. Mrs. Kelley has as guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley, who came from Vinton for the services and remained a few days. Carol Kemna Of Ottosen Is Engaged To Wed CAROL KEMNA OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kemna announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Kemna, to James Roupe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roupe, West Bend. They will be married Sept. 24. She will graduate from St. Vincents school of Nursing at Sioux City Aug. 7. MR. AND MRS.Richard Groen and family have returned from a vacation of a week at the Black Hills and Mt. Rushmore,So.Dak. MR. AND MRS. Al Kent came from Mesa, Ariz, to attend Mrs. Kent's high school class reunion. She Is the former Anna Nelson, daughter of the late Mrs. Alma Nelson, and for a number of years she and her husband lived at Chadron, Nebr. where he was a professor in the school system. MR. AND MRS. Burton Thorpe came last week from DesMolnes where they had visited with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Lodwick and family. After a few days here they will return to Des Moines, then home to Margate, Fla. MR. AND MRS. Elvln Moore and family came from Muscatlne to spend the weekend with the parents, Mrs. Harold Moore Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, and much of the time was spent at Britt with Elvln's grandmother, Mrs. Edna Richter, of Titonka. Mrs. Rlchter is hospitalized at the Hancock Memorial hospital. FRANK MOULTON, SR. came this week to take home his wife to their home at Mitchell, So. Dak. Mrs. Moulton has made an extended visit with her son, Frank, Jr., and family. MRS. ROY BJUSTROM returned Tuesday from Minnesota where she had visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker atDela- van and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker at Easton. MR. AND MRS. Don Sherman, Linda and Claudia, have returned home from a vacation In California where they visited with various relatives from San Diego to San Francisco. They got home Saturday. MR. AND MRS. George Jergens, Mr. and Mrs. DickSar- chet and Mrs. Larry Steinman were at Bioomington, Minn. Sunday to see the Yanks-Twins baseball game. HOSPITAL NEWS July 12 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert, Rodman, boy, 8 Ibs., 3oz.;admitted:Mrs.Harold Becker, Mrs. Bertha Rippentrop, Algona, medical; dismissed: Ronald Hutzell, Bancroft; Mrs. Aina Berte, Bode; Mrs. Agnes Pearce, Whittemore. July 13 - Admitted: Mabelle Rente, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Donald Peterson and baby, Algona; David Loss, Kevin Loss, Irvlngton; Clement Crahan, West Bend; Daryl Becker, Bode. July 14 - Admitted: Luther Fairbanks, Algona, accident; Francis Harris, Algona, medical; dismissed: Theresa Sucker, Algona. July 15 - Birth: Dr. and Mrs. Donald Kingfield, Algona, girl, 7 Ib., 4 oi.; admitted: Peter Arend, Algona, medical; Adolph Yotmgwirth, La Verne, medical; dismissed: Otto Schaller, Bart; Mrs. Corrlne Laing, Algona. July 16 - Admitted: Mary Ann Goetz, Osage, surgery; dismissed: Luther Fairbanks, Algona, Mrs. Harold Elbert and baby, Rodman. July 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hilbert, Conrith, boy, 8 IDS., 4 1/4 oz.; admitted: Clifton Benschoter, Gale Stockwell, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Westling and baby, Francis Harris, Peter Arend, Algona; transferred to Mason City hospital: Gale Rockwell, Algona. July 18 - Admitted: Mrs. Clara Bolllg, Bancroft, minor surgery. John Saathoff Services, Bode, On Wednesday John C. Saathoff, 66, a resident of Bode for the past 20 years, died at his home early Sunday morning, following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Bode with Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial was in St. Olaf Lutheran Cemetery at Bode. Mr. Saathoff was born in Mon- tecello and in 1923 married the former Etta Kurth at Dubuque. He was creamery manager at Coggen, Amber and Alden until 1946, when he purchased the creamery and locker at Bode. In 1954 he suffered a heart attack and had been in ill health since. Mr. Saathoff was a member of St. Olaf Lutheran church and was a former member of the Bode Town Council. He is survived by his widow, Etta; one son, Duane of Dakota City; three daughters, Mrs. Charles Thatcher of Bode, Mrs. William Jaas of Alden and Mrs. Harry Bestweber of Goldfield; ten grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Fred Wendt of Ryan; and four brothers, Ernest and George, both of Oelweln, Henry of Ryan and Edward of Mt. Vernon. Sister Of Two Algona Women Dies, Livermore Mrs. Edward B. Miller, 73 of Livermore, died at the Sisson Nursing Home in Humboldt Sunday evening. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart church In Livermore with the Rev. Gerald M. Fisch officiating. Burial was in Mt. Calvary Cemetery In Ltvermore. Mrs. Miller is survived by four sons, John J. of Livermore, Gerald E. of Long Beach, Calif., Bernard D. of Fort Dodge, and Richard E. of Iowa Falls; two daughters, Mrs. Karl Claude of Woolstock, and Mrs. Keith Logue of Livermore; one brother, Frank Staebler of Ogden; three sisters, Mrs. Ralph Valentine and Mrs. Louis Murphy, both of Algona, and Mrs. Edward Doyle of Fort Dodge; 22 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Mrs. Miller was born at Haverhill. The former Mary Staebler, she married Edward B. Miller in 1917 at Williams. The couple farmed in the Williams area until 1952, when they moved to Livermore. Mr. Miller operated a smoke shop at Livermore until retirement. He died in 1963. Two Youths Are Hurt In Area Weekend Crash Two county youths, Perry D. Radig, 17, Lone Rock, and Kent E. Vaudt, 15, Fenton, sustained bruises and cuts on the head when an auto driven by the former crashed one-fourth mile south of Lotts Creek at 1 a. m. Saturday. The auto was totally demolished and the pair were taken to Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for treatment. The auto was headed north at the time. It ran off the east side of the road, hit a drive into a field, then continued on, hitting an intersecting gravel road while still in the ditch. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated. Couples To Wed Two wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Charles J. Smith and Myra K. Mino, July 15; and Vernon Wilberg and Jane Struecker, July 18. The AVERAGE Food Cott It LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shell Prices & COMPARE FRESH CUT-UP family Pack GIANT SIZE TJDE59? HUNT'S - HALVES or SLICES PEACHES No. 21/2 Cans HUNT'S APRICOTS Size 21/2 Cans BEEF ROAST Qv)< r Ib. "^•^^" FRYER PARTS Legs •Thighs •Breasts 1C Ib. DARKM WHITE M QUARTERS QUARTERS Lb. Lb. tic «•• — vu m 0* S\te (Reg o\v Armour's STAR 930 Cfl- &A- Can CANNED HAMS 3 Ib. can KINGSFORD Charcoal bag ^J^W* FRESH SUPER VALU SALTINF GULF CHARCOAL Lighter. i quart Del Monte CATSUP 14 oz. Bottles Assorted Flavors — Billy Boy JAMS 1 Ib. box GROUND CHUCK (Less Fry-Away) Lb. 59 SUPER VALU PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING Ib. can SUMMERTIME REFRESHMENT Kool-Aid reg. pkgS. 3 int New Load Texas, Red, Ripe White or Yellow, FLAVORITE POPCORN 2lb.pkg. 25c NEW! NABISCO COOKIES CHIPS AHOY 2pkgs. 89c 20 - 22 Lb. Average SLICED BEEF ^ CORNED BEEF HAM or TURKEY Mix 'Em, or Match 'Em Pkgs. L Can FLAV-O-RITE Potato Chips FLAVORITE CHICKEN - TURKEY - BEEF - SALISBURY STEAK SUPER VALU BLEACH (Made by Hilex) Gal. Jug twin pack box CREAMETTES MACARONI DINNERS 2 7 oz. boxes HIAWATHA DILL or HAMBURGER SLICE PICKLES.... . r 29c * V««»>»' "" • ATERMELON 6 VARIETIES MORTON'S FROZEN SCOTTIES - White or Colors FACIAL TISSUE- 5 'A™ •,v 200 count 2 ply boxes POTATOES Calif. No. 1 Whites Large, Lucious CANTALOUPE ALCOA HEAVY DUTY-18 in. X 25 ft. Size 25ft, rn r roll J7t ?>&<?. ALUMINUM FOIL 14 oz. Size Each • .— — — «— — _ _ _ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ « ^ ^ ^ B^p I Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat. and Monday J immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm •••••§ • I GOOD VALUE FROZEN . M f± ( i French Fries .... 5 X O™ AND MANY OTHERS Ib. eog Seedless euros SUPER VALU Algeria's Only Home-Owned Super Market Woden Man Has Neck Whiplash In Mishap A Woden man, Elmer M. Engelbarts, 44, sustained a neck whiplash in a two-car mishap at Titonka Saturday at 9:30 a. m. Driver of the other auto was Dean C. Stecker, 16, Titonka, and he was charged with a speed restriction by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. The Engelbarts auto was struck from the rear by the other machine. Damage to the autos was estimated at $300. At 2:36 p. m. Sunday, autos driven by Michael J.. Dreyer, 16, Algona, and Marcia L. Grandgenett, 18, Algona, collided at the intersection of Kennedy and Thorington streets here. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $260 by police who Investigated and charged Dreyer with falling to yield the right-of-way. 9 Enlistments In Armed Forces Enlistments in the armed ^forces as reported here by * Selective Service clerk, Sheryl J. Thul, are Thomas Fox, Algona, Air Force; Dennis Funnemark, Wesley, Air Force; Terry KoJlasch, Buffalo Center, Air Force; Dennis Hudspeth, Algona, Air Force. Franklin Heinen, Algona, Navy; George Vitzthum, Irvington, Navy; Terrance Wagner, Algona, Navy; Gerald Luedtke, Lone Rock, Navy; Duane Brlggs, Swea City, Army; There were also three Inductions in the Army, David Culbertson and Jerald Bode, Algona, anddKelth Holm Swea City. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Thursday, July 21, 1966 AI 8 ona (la.) Upp*r D« MotftM-S DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY The eightieth birthday of Ted Fisher and the fifty-fourth wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were observed Sunday. In attendance were Willie and Conrad Fisher and Eva Jorgen, Sioux City; Messrs and Mesdames Ray Fisher of Garner, Elmer Lauman, Laurens, Ted Fisher, Jr., Granada, Minn., Jack Fisher, Stacyvllle, Victor Fisher, Corwith, George Fisher, Whitehill, Mich., Paul Fisher, Hawthorne, Calif., Larry Lauman, Laurens, and Don Fisher. - o - AT WODEN NUPTIALS Mrs. Albert Welshaar, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weishaar, Ottawa, ni., attended the wedding Saturday morning in the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Woden of Betty Rudisill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rudisill of Woden, to William Walling of California. - o - OLD SETTLER'S CLUB The Old Settler's Club met Sunday evening at Dr. and Mrs. Ray Pottars In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Margate, Fla. Others In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cash were unable to be present. - o - BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON Mrs. Merle Moore gave a luncheon Thursday noon honoring the fifth birthday of her son, Gordon. Guests were Harold Peter, Jr. and sister Lynn, Krlsty and Kathy Ballard, and the honoree's sister, Nancy. The afternoon was spent at games. Dinner guests In Gordon's honor that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr., Mrs. Ronald Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert King, San Francisco, Calif., and the respective children. - o - FAMILY RE UNION A family reunion was held Sunday at Mrs. Milton Dahls and In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, David and Debbie, Pella; Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vlnson and family, Rock Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Tom .Vln- son and family, Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs. James Chrlstensen, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Tom Vlnson will teach in the Spencer school system this year. Mrs. Dahl Is moving August 1 to the downstairs apartment at the Harry Wards. Mrs. Pratt and children remained for a few more days to assist her mother in packing. 35th ANNIVERSARY CLOSE-OUT CAR SAIL! 35 DAYS OF THE BEST BARGAINS IN THE AREA LOOKED IT UP THE OTHER DAY AND DISCOVERED WE HAVE BEEN SAILING ALONG FOR 35 YEARS IN ALGONA. WE DECIDED TO CELEBRATE THE OCCASION WITH THE BIGGEST CLOSEOUT SAIL BONANZA EVER! A SAMPLE OF NEW CARS IN STOCK: OLDSMOBILES 2-98 Town Sedans-turquoise and white- air conditioning and tilt steering with full power, standard equipment. 1-Tornonado hardtop coupe-front wheel drive-the greatest feel in motoring. Air conditioning and full power standard equipment. Autumn bronze color. 2-Delta 88 sedans-almond beige and lucerne Mist-the nicest and most plush of the 88's equipped the way you want them, less factory air. 1-Delta 88 hardtop sedan-air conditioning of course, with full complement of equipment. 1-Jetster 88-the economy champ of the 88's-lhe most car and wheelbase to be found for the price I I Full power, autumn bronze color. 2-Dynamic 88 sedans — almond beige and aqua mist. The breadwiner of the 88's. Only 2 leftl 1-Dynamic 88 hardtop coupe-vinyl roof- a sleek model for the sport or the young at heart. Lucerne Mist with 2-F-85 4 dr. sedans-blue or green-1 with full power, 1 without. Oldsmobile quality and ride at Chevy and Ford prices. RAMBLERS 1-Ambassador DPI sport coupe — Blue with vinyl roof. Real class for a modest price. 1-990 Ambassador demonstrator, air conditioning, 4 door, with full power and contoured seating. 250 horsepower. 2-880 Ambassadors, 155 hp., 4 door sedans. American Motors most popular car for the second straight year. 1-880 Station Wagon — solid white with overdrive. Economy with size 1-Classic 770 4 dr. sedan, automatic transmission. Brisbane blue with 145 hp. engine. 1-American hardtop — a sweet little car with lots of get up and go — and economy tool black vinyl roof. SPECIAL FACTORY YEAR-END DISCOUNTS PASSED ON TO YOU, THE BUYER. SEE WM. F. DAU, TOM FRANKL, OR WM. C. DAU DURING BUSINESS HOURS OR CALL FOR AFTER HOURS APPOINTMENT. DAU'S OLDSMOBILE * RAMBLER WHERE THE ACTION IS SO, DODGE ALOONA

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