The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1967
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Ottosen Church Holds Election Of Officers OTTOSEN - Trinity Lutheran church members met Thursday night for their yearly business meeting. Rev. Robert J. Le Mont gave devotions and also a yearly report. Others giving reports were Treasurer Oscar Oppedahl, Secretary Louis Jacobson, Synodi- cal'Budget, Edwin Spelch, Sunday- School report, Mrs. Le Mont, American Lutheran Church Women, Mrs. Chester Alme, choir report, Mrs. Richard Kinseth, and Luther League, Mrs. Leo Tofteberg. It was voted to accept changes In the constitution. The pastor will appoint a study committee for. the four hundred fiftieth anniversary of Reformation Sunday. New officers elected were: president, Donald Usher, deacon, Allan Watnem, trustee, Cletis Hundertmark, secretary, Richard Kinseth, treasurer, Edwin Speich, financial secretary, Louis Jacobson, and those reelected were Sunday School supt. Mrs. Charles Welter, and choir director, Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mrs. Carroll Olson is the new assistant Sunday School supt., head usher, Leo Tofteber, nominating committee, Oliver Kinseth, Earl Olson and Mrs. Loran Daniel, Iowa Convention delegate, Percy Watnem, and alternate, Oliver Kinseth, and Ingham Lake board member, Darrel Jones. A lunch,was, served following the meeting. All church officers were installed ^at the the services Sunday. - o - Larry Telford Wd two other men are enjoying a, couple weeks of warm Florida weather. They left Jan. 13. \ A/3c Jim Halsrudj son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle HUsrud, has completed basic training at Amarillo, Texas, and has 1 been transferred to Chanute Air Force Base, Illinois. Mrs. Anna Purdy accompanied her grandson, Wilbur Johnson of Bode, to Lanesboro this weekend where Mrs. Purdy will visit Mrs. Everett Johnson for a few days. The Watnem family enjoyed a party Saturday night, at the Allan Watnem home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watnem of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Watnem of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jergens of Burt. Mrs. Mike Coyle entertained at a Canasta party Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Mrs. Percy Watnsm and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann, who took Mrs. Oliver Kinseths place. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Jon of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Car roll Olson home. They celebrated Carroll Olson's birthday and that of his daughter Denise who was eight years old. Their birthdays are Jan. 26. Jennifer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem, had a ton- silectomy at Palo Alto County hospital at Emmetsburg Wednesday. Mrs. Beulah Adams was a Sunday dinner guest at the Lloyd Adams home at Humboldt. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Adams and Charles. They celebrated Charles' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams entertained at a 500 card party Sunday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Knudsen of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hankins and Mr. and Mrs. Erling Olson of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel visited Mrs. Caroline Telford at the rest home at Rolfe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson were Sunday visitors at the Sidney Lothian home at Gilmore City. Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Speichs were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Ft. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and daughter were Sunday visitors at the James Gregory home at Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Ripperger and family of Gilmore City were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Zeman home. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Enockson of Ft. Dodge were Sunday visitors at the Roy Ecnocksons. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bruvik and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brunvik and Krisite of Humboldt we re Saturday night visitors at the Erling Malmln home. Margaret Holt visited Mrs. Orlando Grefstad at Bode Friday. Former Algona Girl To Wed son at Denver and also attended the National Western Stock Show there. Enroute home Mr. and Mrs. Reding also visited their oldest daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Berte returned home Wednesday from Denver, Colo, where they attended the National Western Stock Show and visited Carol Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding. Others attending the Stock Show were Bob and Dick Erpelding, Lenora and Duine Hilbert. Ttie Hilberts and Erpeldings showed livestock. * Complete Red Cross Drive In Swea Area SWEA-EAGLE - The following is a report of Red Cross receipts from four townships and JOYCE CRAIG Mrs. Jack Craig of Humboldt announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Joyce, to Bob Brownfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brownfield, Humboldt. A February wedding is planned. Joyce is the daughter of Mrs. Craig and the late Jack Craig. She attended the Algona schools and graduated from the Humboldt High School. She is employed as a bookkeeper at Bayse Hatchery and Mr. Brownfield is employed by Farmland Industries of Humboldt. ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding returned home Wednesday evening from a weeks vacation and trip to Colorado where they visited with daughters and son- in-law, Janet Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gldley in Colorado Springs. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ellingson and ATLAS SNOW TIRE - ALL MUST GO - We have over 370 Atlas snow tires that we are placing on sale at terrific Reductions. Most are quality 110-4 ply Weather-Guard nylon snow tires. plus fax off/suggested exchange price this' is lower than the list price. RE TIRES This 30% savings can make a big difference too! For example, a 7-75 x 15 Atlas nylon snow tires would be $18.87 on the suggest exchange price — we are offering you the same tire for $13.211 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY WHILE THE SELECTION IS LARGE I SALE ENDS JAN Jl-HURRY!! Chuck Behr's Standard Serv. 400 E, State ALGONA Phone 295-3372 the town ol Swea City; Eagle $62.50; Grant - $65.50; Harrison - $81; Swea township $144.35; and the town of Swea City - $228. Mrs. Robert Holm is the chairman of the aforementioned townships and Swea City. Chairmen of the town were Mrs. Chester Fisher and Mrs. Paul Sanftner who were aided by Mmes. Norine Danielson, Lynn Pulver, Elmer Franks, Ruth Carlson, Freida Barger, Gladys Hanson, William Christensen, Kenneth KoUasch, Curtis Kluger, Gene Tague. Mrs. Eddie Kollasch was chairman of Harrison township with solicitors Mmes. Walter Peterson, Robert Jorgensen, Howard Thompson, George Harner, Joe Johnson, William Mather, Jr., Eddie Kollasch, Eldon Isaacson and Hollis Beadle. Workers under the chairmanship of Mrs. William Thompson for Swea were Pauline Newlin, Mmes. Dettmer Thompson, Floyd Brekke, Wayne Thompson, Virgil Preston, Vernon Pehrson, Marlyn Paul, Charles McElwee- r*ft****************! and Harold Jones. Mrs. Warren Brones, Eagle township chairman, was aided by Mrs. Irvin Smith, Mrs. Everett Thorsoo and Mrs. Walter Gor- aczkowskl. Mrs. Otto Kelly, chairman of Grant township, was aided by Mrs. Jim Hacker, Mrs. Robert Briggs, Hubert Govern, and Mrs. Vernon Hutchiason. - o - Mrs. Guinn was hostess to a coffee party Thursday in honor of Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, with Mmes. Everett Thorson, Irvin Smith, Johnle W. Tobin, Walter O'Green, Jack Reece, Wallace Dawson, Andrew Brones, Walter Magnusen, Harvey C. Larsen, Die Kvamsdale, Walter Goraczkowskl, Mancil Hurlburt, Carl Lofstrom, Warren Brones, Arthur W. Larson, Virgil Tokheim, Arnold Duer, Terry Johnson, Paul Wiechmann, Kenneth Brones, James Koons, Laverne Larson, and Arthur Kracht as guests. Recent dinner guests at the R. S. Mather home were Mr. Thursdoy, Jon. 26, 1967 Algeria (la.) Upper De» MoinM-S and Mrs. Harold Swanson and family, Mrs. Christine Swanson, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. William Mather, Jr. and Billy and Mrs. William Mather, Sr. Lt. Ronald Buhmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Buhmann; Emmons, Minn., has been visiting his parents and relatives In this area. Lt. Buhmann Is the grandson of Jay W. Brones, Swea City. Vf**********************:Mc****** COMING SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 THESIR-VELLES OF FORT DODGE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA »u*a»U*^AAA^^^U»«fr*tv*ku»»fau»u»u»«fr»i»«fr>i»u»»i»* r T^ T^ *f"l" *I* 1* "1* 1* *!• *f* w r 1* *** *r T* 1* T* *r 1* *I* *** *^ *l* T* *I* * MCKESSON JAN. 26 thru FEB. 4 •'W AXON COUGH MEDICINE FOR ADULTS Non^narcotic cough suppressor Reg. $1.39 4 oz. RE0. SPECIAL PRICE PRICE .98 AXON COlO TABLETS FOR ADULTS 24's ________ SS Decongestant and cough suppressor. .98 AXON NASAL SPRAY FOR ADULTS 15cc ----------- W 1,89 AXON COUGH CAPS 20's ...................................... ...Ui Cough medicine in tasty, chewable capsule. .85 AXON COLO TABLETS FOR CHILDREN 24'$ ..„„„...„. .59 Pleasantly flavored, chewable, fast. .98 AXON COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN 4 or. .... .11 Non-narcotic, pleasantly flavored. ,69 AXON NOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN % or. ..... nwm . ,41 For head colds, hay fever, allergies. .89 AXON CHEST RUB 1% or .......................... „.....,. .41 External application for adults and children. 1.09 AXON MEDICATED ROOM VAPORIZER 5 oz. ...._„. ,75 Vapor mist gives prompt relief from coughing, throat and bronchial irritations. 1.49 FEVER THERMOMETER ................................. ............ .17 '.4.95 SUN MARK VAPPJJIZER ............................. , M ________ 3.77 Hot steam— 6 to 8 hours. Guaranteed. .87 MCKESSON MOUTHWASH & GARGLE .....„..„.» J fir .17 Antibacterial. Pint. 4.95 ST. REGIS HEATING PAD .......................... ,H««,.H«.2.W 3 positive heatj. 1 year guarantee. ROSEMARY TOILETRIES REfi. SPECIAL .79 GLYCERIN I ROSE WATER Cream— 2Vt oz 2 fir .71 1.00 BATH OIL PERLES lO'l M 1.00 CASTILE OR EGG ' SHAMPOO—Pint 2 far 1.00 «nul* HAIR SPMY-13 01. Specill .M. MORE GOOD BUYS St. Reels ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK Ivory. Loud Alarm fill Sun Mark MARKING PEN. Nylon tip, fine point. Reg. 29c 4 fir Jl Sun Mark BALL POINT PEN Reg. 19c 4f»r.4l Sun Mark ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH Rechargeable. Cordless. In storafi case with 4 replacement brushes. U.L. Approved. Reg. $14.95 10.U Sun Mark CIGARETTE LIGHTER Windproof, chrome , ^^^ J| CHAMOIS 15" 115" square. fi/Jt Qualify ««« M ^«. W ^ M , MM , H 1J» MCKESSON FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE TWINS for titan sparkling teeth 2iC53^ $1.06 VALUE MCKESSON RUBBING ALCOHOL PINT Ref. 59* tich MCKESSON SUPER FOAM SHAVE 6% or. Regular or Menthol* 2 f°r 89* Reg. 89« AFTER SHAVE LOTION ....~........ 2 lor J 1.00 Refresher with "he man" aroma 3.9 oz. Reg. $1.00 MCKESSON VITAMINS & TONICS BEXEL < IMP loo's (Maintenance Plus) tiny power-packed vilmia cipsulett I »«" ll; Re|ulir price-J2.89 tneiu. rm« for JI.98 IW " ll- . Mice .. 1.98 IECF. IRON I WINt-fint _ 1.98 lEmCMIOUMETMfc-. <B " 5.95 BEW^^WICHSbTiHCTi-'lrJb'i"-:!. Sil 2.98 BEXU LIQUID FOR CHILDREN (12 oi.).... H 1.49 7.89 SUPER HICH POTENCY VIT/MIN-100-S.... 3.95 2.59 VITAMIN A CAPS-25.000 units-100's.... 1.29 2.58 VITAMIN C TWINS-100 mg ..... 2/IOQ'i lor US MCKESSON MILK OF MAGNESIA 43* PINT •ilk of magMstt Reg. 65« MCKESSON ASPIRIN TWINS ADULT CHILDREN sO'f for 2 100's O for L 69* 59* $1.38 VALUE 78t VALUE SUN MARK FACIALTISSUES WJiile-400'l 4 for GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES Adult or Infant )2'i Reg. 49C HEAT MASSAGER Deep, penetrating infrared combines heat with massage. Snap-on applicator (or scalp massage. $999 ST. REGIS Electric KITCHEN CLOCK White or beige, decorator designs $£99 TEEN PURSES Assorted Colors and designs $249 Reg. $3.50 SUN MARK TRANSISTOR; RADIO 10 Tr. with case, battery, Carphone. Guaranteed. $799 MCKESSON MAGNEX POWDER! 4 OZ. ANTACID 2'894 Reg. 89£ each MCKESSON AlBOLENE LIQUID, Medicinal .Mineral Oil PINT Reg. 89? MCKESSON WITCH HAZEL 2 69c PINT • Reg. 69* each *HSS»u s .«*«• '" f «'S CO. Bsraw* 8 * .!$!«$£•**. TIER TRW j ilS, OUR 15th ANNIVERSARY SALE! Rusk Drug & Jewelry 117 EAST STATE STREET

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