The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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*-*!»•••, (to.) Upper DM Metax Coup/e Wet/ 50 Veers Mr. -aA itrt Walter •Sentz their VXL weeing anting? ssu? ttjWfc'j cburd paries. AL 1 r 'jJ Fairnioot, r-IIi te ceiebratiar Suatoj, Oct. 2, ai tb* In eiatiret sj/i .'nenij ar* ^'.-r va. 2 - 4:i'. p.m. Three Sentral Students Get Commendations U/5E ROCK - Letter tv.'vj^ e^-lidi'A SiT.ivn.iii; the.: lugi. ajii»% y:. ti»% 2 HC Kfc'uvuJ T«rst '.'"'KSVT; i*v% !*%:, zvfej-i«ri to tliitr*: rtirttalE i.t Stu'.r K! Ki% Li.t icu»'Jir»c*:'i. TLty ij«r .•li'ja;; U.'/jO zAuie^'.s. ii tiit .'Tiite-: olvdes. viio tvv: e'J i^ the jppe: two perceat vf tiivs* vho .-., \V.'. TIA MioVT it de- u.'e svme 'A the v! i jr.u-leat8 e'Jio- tec*.6 are uvt reared to the speci- Lc extent -A atn particuiu iurJ;. fccliovi curncuiuuj. it. reuer-aj., 'juestivni; do irj 4 . c.ii Iv; i&'jiatw lacti but require tlie student to rLii.t accu r ate inte rp: etati -JLE ur- critical e^'tluativra vf pro- blenu in Ki;iterisJ£ s-tt'llar to tiio&e he wili encounter i^ iu.& career. Students tahe tlie M^i'v'T lor •<. variety 7? reas'jiiS. V.arn tahe it hecau&e they Lope to »la & sdbo- iarBhip tLiwigbthe Merit Pro- gj-aiii o; aii organization that utilizei KKO/r results in teleo- Un;; recipients. Others tahe it to vtAau* aiore inlormatiyij about their educational development irj tfj% aresu. measured by the test, or to compare their perlonnance vjtt that of other participants. little. one is too big to be i±id ourteoue, but inanv are too EXPENSIVE WATCHES FROM «29 95 DOWN! CARAVELLE DIVISION OF BULOVA Now you c»n chooto lfifup«n«iv« pncu! Eveiy C«f»vbll» ollen ihum qucl- lly (natural - pr«cl»lon jew- «!«0 inov*rn«nl • ihock-rtt- il*t«nt • arill-magrivllc • unbroikcble mdntprlrig * up- to-Uiv-mlnulv »l/ling. Qu»ran- l«id by Bulova. Sen our corn- plttle »«lecllon of C»f«velie WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA Burt-Lone Rock MONITOR CHURCH CALENDAR SUET METHODSCT CEVRCE ?.?r. Ktrlii C. DarifeE, Pastor Sept. 21 E at 2:]J p.n.. - Si. M Y.F. 21 7;Slp.JL. SUNDAY, Oct 2 - 8e it IVIiWE: it; OS i_H.. - ST. LLTEERA5 Suiiiii}. It>;X' i.a. y School. SDAY, Ost. £ - Geir- *r«J Kiting oi tnt w.S.CS. at 2:'/j p.n.. - Offcast! Bai 7:31 ^,IL. HOPE METHODIST CHUKCE Ktv. KiriiL C- DtTits, Paslcff TUESDAY Mii WEDNESDAY, Sept. 27 4 2fc - Cni;;ci Cleaning TUESDAY, Sept . 27 - Aigaaa Muusttrj-iJ Uaiya. SUKIMY, Osl. 2 - S%mtt6 i.£ Icillyvs: - iC^f/j a. IE. Sua-Jay Scbx/1. - ll:D'j a»a. Service. World Wife Saniay. 7:30 p.m. - Ycrong Married Gryup. THURSDAY, Oct. C - W.S.C.S. Meetzae, 2:CTj p.m. - M.Y.F. surf LY.F. Meetings, 7:30 p.m. JOHN'S CHURCH Her. A noli Vehliag, Pastor SUNDAY, Oct. 2 - 6:00 a.m. Sunday Sebcoi - &.-00 a,m. Worship ferric* - WorlsJ Vide Comruumos Sunday. WEDNESDAY, bet 5 - e : o9 to 6:00 p.m. - EeligioD Class meets. THURSDAY, OcL 6- 2:00p.m.- Laftes Aid Meets. BURT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rer. Bruce Calbreatb , Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 24 - 6:00 Circle Leaders meet -with Pastor SATURDAY, Sept. 30. - 3:45 p.m. Communicants Class SATURDAY, Oct. 1 - 6:00 p.m.- Communion Preparatory Service SUNDAY, Oct. 2. - 9:00 a.BL Sunday School - 10:15 - Wordiip Services - World Wide Communion 'Sunday. WEDNESDAY, Oct 5 - U.P.W. Circles meet in afternoon and evening 7:30 p.m. - Sr. Hi. yougb meet. Rally Day Is Held In Lone Rock Church LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock Presbyterian church held its ao- nual Rally Day worship service Sunday. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Jerry Wibben, Sunday School Supt. and KennJt Krueger of St. Paul were in charge. Mrs. Ralph Harnrnerstrom, Cradle Roll Supt. had charge of enrolling several babies in the cradle roll dept. Music was furnished by Mary Lee Madison at the organ, Aon Fortney and Marilyn Person at the Piano. Children of the Sunday School dept. sang several songs. The Family Night pot luck supper and program with Rev. Henry Eggink of Buena Vista will be held at the church Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. Note the change in date. - o - SONS PROMOTED The Lorenz Geitzenauers have received word from their sons of promotions in the army. They heard from Lawrence, who is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas, that he has been promoted to the rank of corporal. Larry is in the artillery. They heard from Torn, who is stationed at Ft. Kucker, Alabama, that he has an SP4 specialist rating in the Screarrung Eagles Paratroop division. Torn received an award after 50 jumps from the board a r d at present has 72 Jumps to his credit. Leon was graduated last week from Hamilton Business College in Mason City. Leon is a Jr. accountant graduate and is employed at Clear Lake. Hs is married and the fattier of a daughter, Jeana. - o L. R. Roderick of Algona and daughter, Mrs. Margaret Jensen of Clear Lake, were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Miude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. John Sones were also guests for the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Blanchard. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson attended the funeral of Mrs. Olga Holland of M.Uro/, Minn., an aunt of Mr. Olsoa. Mrs. Holland was buriedatBode. The Olsons also attended an open house at Hardy Mathodist church. This was a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wigans anl girls who are moving to Iowa City Oct. 1. Mr. Wigans will be receiving treatment at Iowa City hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. AndrewThomsen visited Mr. Andrew Anderson at the Lake Park hospital Sunday. Mr. Anderson, brother-in-law of Mr. Thomsen, has recently had his leg amputated. After visiting Mrs. Anderson at her home in Lake Park, the Thomsons went to Estherville where they attended aii open house of a niece who had been recently married. It was in honor of Mr. arid Mrs. Gary Paulson. lUchael Hurlburt, who Is attending St. Barnabas School of Nursing in Minneapolis, visited her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Hurlburt, over the weekend. Racaael was entertained in honor of her birthday by her sister, M.-s. Dale Schroeder. Guests at the party were Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Clinton Rath & Cindy, Mrs. Jr. Hurlburt and children. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Torkelson at Bode last week. The Torkelsons had a few guests in tor the evening to hear Ruth Hall, missionary assigned to Swaziland, Africa. Miss Hall is home on a furlough and ias been speaking at various places in the area. She showed pictures of her work and her collection of souvenirs of various articles made by AMcna natives. Kermit Krueger, St. Paul Mion v was a weekend visitor with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Kermit was home because he had been invited to be the guest speaker for the Rally Day program at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Bud Marlow entertained several ladies at her home last week. The ladies all attended school together. Guests were Mrs. Richard Simpsaa and Kim, Wesley, Mrs. Wayne Ekles and Monte of Britt, Mrs. Donald Thornpsen and childrer^Iowa City, Mrs. Andrew Harms & children of Burt, Mrs. John Kadow and children of Burt and Mrs. Tom Kissner and children of Algona. Phyllis Cherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amy Cherland, was horn e over the weekend from Waldorf College. Pauline Barber of Bird Island, Minn, was a weekend guest of the Cherlands, Don Cherland is attending Mankato State College. Don, who was discharged from the Army last May after serving two years, is a graduate of Waldorf and attended Luther College. Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn of Orlando, Fla. have concluded a 10-day visit with Mrs. Flynn's mother Mrs. Maude Blaachard. While here, the Flynns visited friends and relatives In the area, the John Sones of Laurens, the Gordon Blanchards of Mason City, the Chester Almes of Ottosen, the Alfred Schultzes of Whittemore, the Harlan Blanchards, Don Blanchards and Jess Blanchards, all of Lone Rock. Linda Knoll daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, returned home from the hospital in Buffalo Center Monday. Linda was in an automobile accident and was taken to the hospital where it was determined that she had a concussion, whiplash and a gash on her knee. Mrs. Dale Schroeder had a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Henry Schroeder Friday night. Guests were Mrs. Clair Bellinger and Marilyn, Mrs. Merwin Hulburt, Mrs. Jr. Hulburt, Mrs. Adela Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Algona, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and Neva Thompson. CACTUS A six-foot-high 150-lb, cactus owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanburg of Burlington, after 13 years has bloomed this year. Four blooms, which are seven inches wide, white with green centers, open at night and by morning the blooms close. WILSON'S All MEAT WIENERS 2lb.bag Our Dr. Clapsaddle hurt his back climbing over a fence. Don't know if he got what he was after, but he's sure taking an awful lot of snakebite medicine ... WILSON'S RING BOLOGNA LEAH.MIATY BOSTON BUTTS Ib. PERT FACIAL TISSUES GAIETY PRINT ASSORTED NAPKINS boxes 200 Count SPECIALS OF THE WEEK 1 BOX SALT1NES 2 CANS OF CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP all for SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag „ with[.$5.00. "v T r ? i •' •** "•••? <*. " order? ^ —rr vrrinrrrrr^rwrwfYrwvvrrtyrW' V/n > Monarch TV Dinners each VAN CAMP'S . fitoWly Van (amp* PORK BEAN* PORK & BEANS 5 Cans MONARCH. RED POTATOES 20 Ib. bag _ .. _ Mandarin Oranges HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE for BUTTERTOP SWEET ROLLS for YACHT CLUB DRY PRUNES LARGE FAMILY SIZE BOTTLE HEINZ CATSUP each WAGNER'S ORANGE DRINK COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORPER - EVERYDAY

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