The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1967
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Poin: vas g.'li eas ani TSS: play were: first, Heiec Lsing ani Jackie Muiler; second, Heids Ferguson and Mrs. John Airman; third, Mrs. James Geeian and Mrs. Elbert. In north and south play, in first were Clara Zender and Mrs. J. C. Everds. TEERESE Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, who has worked with the Mexicans in the southwest and in Gaut- emala, started working in a Head- start program a: "Omaha Monday. DELPHIAN Society will meet nest Monday at the home of Mrs. Theo Hutchison. The program wfli be presented by Mrs. G. W. AUCTION Having decided Ufo int« i ne» bunion*. 1 <* ill tu<ld 4 publir iiortJon un the firm I 4-"i, Blleixxth of Kiaflted or 4 mile. »e« ir.d I Kilr ounb u( Featon or 2 mil« north ud J mllei cut ud 1 mik nortk of I>epe< on: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1967 fti> Time 12:30 International Equipment 1965 IHC 806 DIESEL TRACTOR Kit HOUBS, COMH.KTE WITH WIDE FKOST-tMJ. FAST HITCH, FLUID Pi TIKE* miXrVisiuN CAB ud reoxT-nvD WEIGHTS. • IK7 WC «M Uu Trtttor, Hud in ana, (~TT, T 1 ^ ' Other Power Equipment • IHC -li' Tractor, an tins ud fliid, A-lHlupc • IHC 'If Tnettr, tew tiro ud A.-e pku wni totflacr, hi«nfrtride, die ud Eo-WhecU ucd M 2W ura • U« IHC 5-ir Semi-liMjiu.d Tn>-B«- Uo Plov, ued Mir « JW um • 1*H IHC as. 47 WWd Tu4«B buk, *iU • IMC IHC 1C S*TB, Tooii Hvnr. • IM« IHC u. * («nfaue, KTO bme. Huu nd u>d BKXU • 1*M IHC BeMi-BowMf M tkfauk rTO far dinner , • im fflt 2Mt C« WeteT • IHC ». U4A (tsiek-T • IHC W£ C«n Heker, tt Wt.diw.o- • IHC « bu Sd* K«kf • IHC tladcat* Staler • 111! i-ll'FWa • till I* fc*t hU^V Ihii OTKI • fitu HtiMl R»»«4JMf Geu «iU C ' j UT BledB«i • Jet» Dcen tttuiaf Ces/ uU Htt iu<s « h«U«« i-Seetiw line • Nor Idea 4-W K*xt • lUbber Tin K«uii( ticv • O IHC tomka* r«uJ AaetiMi Tenu No Croturt, itewn«d L'.tl gculrd K I iti ( mtitfi.jn hUj l»6i Ne» Hbliud 6V Rlj CaiTrrw rci 1M2 Nf» HUiud t*. 9. Hi; bri.r, bo e&£UiA verk 1*2 Nr» H<<iud M. 47; Beradcr, LK bu&H nu PTt> Itt3 IjMOrii .%Uli I lOer. 4 fin V ice* W-«f. 13*1 < Ifrltr. ft« CK^UA stu Hout TVtt 244 0»i f>u burci A «.'.*** NT LxaJ •A- 2Tnrur iudwt Kn J-m-Ui TMr4l I fwtfarrd Siwtt«Ti EMI 4kMr nllle vUU* ta*g*.Tattt, I <x Kurt t nwrfc »UI < «ul«a: « BUtt-fxr tj»a. Krtd u litck-ttet fcaikt. U .Ui-i I*. _ 4VCTlOfieeitS fiCaU: TU, M daeU uMt kr uu <J tkt Ugta, trtlr, mlt* vt Urn ***. Ur.TrteUn viUkattt ttaluicx, vUk tllui »,c,U,,rrv iu not ur iuur-aaf aMtitltA. CfttU tad Skttf art tf go* tuaUt,,. ,V« m nun •««'/ <'"»* •« *» >>"" «* >*••» **«*_ Uttae* t fUrt. DOUG SEIBERT, owner •ir ^:^#5sr.ior Krs- ??£.•£(•••'? ;~-c^r. Mr* ^TJ;;.- '".;.-Ss-r- reiirs iis-r 4t } ^- Itflr llratm * K»».l ( «uol> SUI.- IU B t. -sr. ?E.— isi. LyU , ?ir7=H. Ma:: Srreit, ajcc Jois- scr.. Wflliajr. Steels, DazFischsr, ?,;isr. Riedsl. Dr. X. J. Keller, H. M. Smith, Anton- Sorsnsoa and rrinA Saitsr. Over 7CO vsre in atrsndance, with the featured SDsaksr being Nanonal Com- Einacr Davis of South Dakota. iir. Lairc was presented »lth a num^r o: special gifts, *iich include; a silver cup from Hagg- T-omer Post of Alg-ona. Also, there vere books, cards, letters, east donations and a painting. A number of stales were represented, and present were GOT. Harold Hughes, Mayor Witmer of Des Moines, and a number of legislators. Lone Rock Man And Minnesota Girl Are Wed Bunny Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore N. Thomas, , Forest .Lake, Minn., and Hermit Krueger, son of the A. A. Kruegers, Lone Rock, were married Jan, 14 at 2 p. m. in Forest Lake Grace Alliance church. Rev. Benjamin Meyer and Pastor James F. Conner performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted by her father, was attended by Kitty Thomas as maid of honor and Toni and Jeri Thomas, bridesmaids. Attending the groom as best man was Thomas Johnson, groomsmen were Harold Thomas and David Gade. Ring bearer and flower girl were Mark Thomas and Becky Lynn Thomas. Ushers were Jonathan and Larry Thomas. Candlelighters were Tim, Danny and David Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markey vere accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Pe-g Witham. A reception vas held in the eirirci. parlors following the csrestony. Eosts vere Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dilgard. Cindy T^z-is iz2 tie ^^. book; Peg WilLiz. &ir-,-%<j p-jncii; Mrs. Carl Sfci^cc yj's.-.'i; ii:: Mrs. Evelyn T'L's^' f '!/Ji. <zi\ tie fZJA, Opening gifts -%r% Mrs. M%lTin Meyer, MJE. Eay^vai ;>%r«ola, Jane d Bible Portland Clubs Having Busy Meeting Slate 'll^t^'^ - /-vrJLuii SocUJ ' tv.- 'i wi £'i;z<J>%!i WfeUt 10 . Clrrk c»J MJ. A X&ld>' <•'<!£ Usiti iii home yi Mr. <tui Mi«c. li fey w&uti£, 'r Bint Calendar • + : >vv, VON p.m.- £^<M>+++^+<<t< Clay moves to Texas cause they're the greatest. He kept asking Ernie Terrell "What' my name?" We think hell change his name from Mil- hammed Ali to Georgie Hamilton --*—~ f U.S. CHOICE .-^.\. ;>^i^-! ?f'. Sirscs C^rsiii - Pastor rfv. 1? - 9 a.m. - ^-ocl - 10:15 a.m. - Zririas .-rs^-ip services 3 p.m.- Sr. ^jrt vcc± sset. ft. .TOEVS LUTHERAN ?.*T. Arnold Vehling - Pastor 7HVHS,. Feb. 16-6 p.m. Religion class 7:30 p.m. - Lenten services. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Regional Stewardship School at Trinity Lutheran, Algona. SUN., Feb. 19-8 a.m. Worship Services - 9 a.m.- Sunday school, p.m. Walther League workshop at Lotts Creek. BURT METHODIST CHURCH Merlin C. Davies, - Pastor WED., Feb. 15 - Cirles of the W.S.C.S. meet as announced -3:45 - Confirmation Class. 7:30 - Lenton Worship Service. - 8:15 - Evening Circle meeting. SUN., Feb. 19 - 9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Sermon, "The Right to Dissent" 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. WED., Feb. 22 - Fidelis Class at 2:00 p.m.-ConfirmationClass at 3:45 p.m. - Lenten Service at 7:30 p.m. - Commission meetings at 8:15 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Merlin C. Davis, Pastor THURS., Feb. 16 - 7:00 p.m.- Confirmation Class. - 8:00 p.m. - Lenten Service. SUN., Feb. 19 - 10:00 a.m. Sunday school - 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Sermon "The Right to Dissent." THURS., Feb. 23 - 7:00 p.m. - Confirmation class. 8:00 p.m. - Lenten Service, followed by : meetings of the Commissions. LONE ROCK PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock, - Pastor SUN., Feb. 19 - Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m.-Sundaychurch school - 11:00 a.m. - Special Lenten Service - 7:30 p.m. Guest minister will be the Rev. John Reiners, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Lakota. THURS., Feb. 16 - U.P.W. Circle meetings as scheduled. MON., Feb. 20 - Adult Bible study - 8:00 p.m. WED., Feb. 22 - Choir rehearsal - 7:30 p.m. Valerie Miller, Titonka, Top Homemaker TITONKA - Valerie Miller, senior at Titonka High School, has been chosen Titonka High School's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She attained this honor by receiving the top grade on a written test on homemaking knowledge and attitude and is now eligible to compete as a state finalist. - o - Thursday, Feb. 9 was meeting day for Immanuel Lutheran ladies' circles. Esther and Mary met at the church and Dorcas circle met at the home of Mrs. Ella Brandt. In the evening Wi.rtha circle at the Mrs. Ray Franzfcn home, Naomi circle at the church and Ruth circle at the home of Mrs. Lina Sonnen- BEEF ROASTS U.S. CHOICE v 4 • CHUCK STEAKS GUS GLASER v CHIPPED BEEF Folger 5 COFFEE 2 v : ROBIN HOOD or t GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Ibs. LETTUCE head BAHANAS Ib. • VELVEETA CHEESE Jr.iiU. 'iruxt~., tfif'tii; TISJU^S- s. <;f. t--u i'va:*-. HvU Call TLA 5, 'JL. *.W i,V!i* '/ HiZfcl LfcJt'A. /-vnifeiiC >.'v,;ifefci Ciiii. wlii IL**', fti. 'ii y. 5* CumsL'<i£UJfc Cfcte is- bvn. £.&*. Sttitt feuc W/rti* iU-fcifcl I-ViS!*fcl*£. fcvii Cfeii, "A b>'^ « l£i£i/it.4 I tij'-VfcC feiC .a/', i"l'/i!l'tJ&. Mm. Ray Budlong, Mrs. How- Mrs. Garrit De- and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr. citfetdfed a one-day area meet- iig, (/.liquated by the American Cfc&cfcr Society in Algona. Adult Farmers' classes began livjAi;- evening, Feb. 13, at the viu/Jl, with Don Davis in charge. Mrs. Martha Boyken and Mrs. Miauife GfeKtemicher are spending &oai% tiitfe in Brownsville, Legion Auxiliary <d the home of Mrs. , with Mrs. Gertie &%%%%%¥ft Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. te&fima, Mr. and Mrs. W*.Ji*r ud Mr. and Mrs. 77 KRAFT SANDWICH SPREAD 39 v I pint COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I VQGEL'S Cardinal Store EU1T, IOWA w • • • I

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