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4-Alfdna (la.) Upper Dei Melr,-i Thursdoy, March 7, 1968 """""""••»""•«•»«"" wmmmminiiiimnimiiiir pper Des Moines I SOCIETY NEWS LONE ROCK HOSTS the L.W.M.L. of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lone Rock, was host to the Algona Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary- League Day of Prayer service held March 1 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. One hundred fifty ladies of the zone attended. The offering of $148.79 was sent to the Lutheran Bible Translators. - o - ALGONA GARDEN CLUB The weatherman provided a perfect pre-spring day Monday, March 4, for the regular monthly meeting of the Algona Garden Club. The members of the club and three guests met at the home of Mrs. Iris Hinton who was assisted by co-hostesses, Mrs. Marion Trupke and Mrs. Beulah McVeigh. These ladies chose a springlike St. Patrick's Day arrangement for their tea table display. The March program emphasized conservation with an excellent and informative talk on trees, shrubs and their care given by Frank Haag of Elmore Nurseries. The next meeting will be held April 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Perry Byam with Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. Albright as co- hostesses. - o - CRESCO M-D CLUB The Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet March 13 with Iris Hackbarth with Veronica Roethler assisting. There will be election of officers. Roll call will be an Irish joke. - o - "HIPPIE" PARTY HELD The Zeta XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a "hippie" party last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cagwin. A potluck buffet was followed by a skit and dancing. Attending were Messrs and Mesdames Joe Bradley, Jr., Bob- Bomgaars, Jim Cowan, Jerry'.Cowan, Bert Hanson, Dave Cagwin, Steve Krasean, Lynn Kueck, John Vint, Louis Krull, Loren Nelson, Gary Priebe, Terry McGuire, Steve George, Dick Psychodzin, Dwight Seaburg and Dennis Waller. - o - HOMEMAKERS MET Plum Creek Homemakers met Feb. 28 at the home of Florence Kain with Marcella Carman, Eleanor Wilson and Jean Benschoter assisting. Inspection was given by Leola Gardner, followed by roll call by 24 members. Minutes and treasurer's report were read and approved. Lesson on buymanship of food was given by Beulah Seely and Doris Ruhnke. Recreation by Norma Paetz was enoyed by all. Winner was Maude Jorgensen. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be March 27 at the home of Maude Jergensen, with Emma Paetz and Maxine Marshall assisting. - o - FOUR CORNER CLUB The Four Corner Mother and Daughter Club met Feb. 8 at the home of Eula Rich, with Janice Lindhorst assisting hostess. Herlinda Kirsch and Minnie Walker were the program committee. They invited Floyd M. Rombough from the Equitable Life Assurance Co. to talk about wills and property ownership. For Club Cheer, Rose Sabin invited Mrs. Grace Jackman to tell the club about the Historical Society and its activities. The next meeting will be a 12:30 casserole dinner to be held at the Good Hope church. Betty Fisher and Gladys Eisenbarth will be hostesses. Minnie Walker and Bev Kuecker will give the Extension lesson on one-dish meals, preparation, cost and buy- manship. Roll call will be a suggestion on how to improve my club. Ruth Harlan will give Club Cheer. There will be an election of officers at this meeting. - o » BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. William Eisenbacher gave a party Saturday evening iu honor of her husband's birthday, which was March 1. - o * "*• SENIOR MYF Senior MYF of the Methodist church met Sunday evening. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey and Mr. and Mrs. James Powell. Mrs. Thelma Tschetter is chairman of the membership and evangelism meeting which will be held in the Fireside room of the Methodist church at 7:30 Thursday evening. March 9, the MYF will hold a bake sale at the Swanson Store. Proceeds will go to the MYF fund and donations will be accepted. - o - SHOWER HONORS A pre-nuptial shower was given Saturday evening at Mrs. Francis Bunting's ant! assistant hostesses were Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, Janalee Hutchison, Mrs. Roy Hutchison, Nancy and Bea K. Marshall. The honoree was Vicki Heller, whose marriage to David Camp will take place Saturday evening, March 9, in the Trinity Lutheran church at 6:30. A reception will be held at the Legion hall. The groom-elect is in service and the bride-elect will go with him to Charleston, S.C. where they will have an apartment. About 30 guests attended the shower. - o - CLUB MEETINGS The Idle Hour bridge club met March 6 with Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs. Alex Dermand was hostess to her bridge club March 6. Mrs. E. B. Carlson entertained her card club March 4. Mrs. Dick Post was hostess to her bridge club March 7. Mrs. Ralph Morgan entertained her sewing club Monday. . - o - HOSTS COFFEE Mrs. Larry Fox gave a coffee Friday for Mrs. Leroy Wyatt, Mrs. Wilfred Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox. . - .0 - AT REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Mrs. Osta Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase and Sally were recently at Storm Lake visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, a cousin and his wife. It was not a planned reunion, but about 25 persons were there. - o - SEWING CLUBS Mrs. L. R. Kees was hostess to the Knit and Sew club Tuesday. Mrs. Lyle Steele was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday. New Library At LuVerne Is In Operation LuVERNE - Mrs. Patricia Hardcopf, librarian, and Mrs. Alice Hinz, assistant librarian, announce that the new LuVerne Library is now open to the public. The hours are as follows: Monday - 3 to 5 p.m.; Tuesday - 7 to 9 p.m.; Wednesday - 2 to 5 p.m., 7 to 9 p.m.; Thursday - 7 to 9 p.m.; and Saturday - 2 to .5 p.m. The date for the open house at the new library will be announced at a later date. NIAPRA Meeting IRVINGTON - Sunday afternoon, the NIAPRA Car Club held its monthly meeting at Irvington. The members agreed on a special vest to be worn at car meets and various tours throughout the year. After the regular meeting, members discussed the April 21 Swap Meet to be held in Irvington. Cars, parts and miscellaneous items of all types are being gathered now for this event. Tall tales and several sales will be in evidence throughout the day. The next event for the NIAPRA Car Club will be held March 22 at the Algona Country Club. It will be a dinner banquet for the members and wives. Anyone interested in information about the NIAPRA Car Club should contact Elmer or John Dole at Irvington. One License One wedding license was issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. It went to Terrill L. Brandow and Diane K. Johnson on Feb. 29. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES >••<*¥ A U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 10 LB. BAG 59c LB. BAG SN °- BOY PKG.OF 4% J^/J CELERY HEARTS 2 OV V [ LARGE 80 SIZE SWEET JUICY ^ J|i^ A| EATING ORANGES «*. LARGE HEAD LETTUCE FOR DETERGENT BOLD GIANT SIZE CHEF BOYARDEE CHEESE PIZZA IS^aOZ. PKG. LIBBY'S RED SALMON 1 LB. CAN HAPPY HOST PEAS 303 CAN FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN VEGETABL •CUT GREEN BEANS .FRENCH GREEN BEANS .BROCCOLI .CORN .COOKED SPINACH • MIXED VEGETABLES .PEAS or CARROTS .LEAF SPINACH .CHOPPED SPINACH • COOKED SQUASH BIRDSEYE STRAWBERRIES 10 OZ. PKGS. PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 7-11, INCLUSIVE HORMEL'S ft , -W **tf ft ALL OF OUR STEAKS' ARE USDA CHOICE 15 OZ. CAN SUPER UAIM MORE MEAT POUND ISUPER VA FOR WITH TRIM it',' /'*/ HEINZ ! TOMATO SOUP REG. CAN WITH EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! 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Upp«r DM M«5rt««-S I Notes Of Serviceme AHS To Meet Forest City In District Finale Here Forest City moved into the finals of the Class AA District Basketball Tournament here Tuesday night with a come-from- behind 68-64 victory over Humboldt's Wildcats. The Indians will now face Algona's Bulldogs (51-45 winners over Garrigan Monday) in the finals at Garrigan Fieldhouse tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p. m. The winner of that fray advances to Sub-State action this weekend. Humboldt was on top practically all the way against the Indians, holding the upper hand, 16-14, 32-28 and 51-49 at the quarter stops. Forest City came back and knotted the count at 64-64 with slightly more than a minute left in the final stanza, then went ahead as Ron Albertson hit a field goal and sewed it up when Albertson canned a pair of free throws with eight seconds left. Garrigan's Bears downed Forest City, 64-60, Dec. 28 in the Holiday Coaching Clinic here earlier in the season. Dan Schmidt led both clubs in scoring as he counted 25 points for the winners. Albertson added 16, all in the final half, and John Gahan got 12. Rick Green and Randy Kuhlman led Humboldt with 14 points, while John Sleiter got 13. Sentral and Emmetsburg were slated to meet in the Class A division of the District Tournament here last night (Wednesday) and the winner will tangle with the winner of the Thompson-Garner- Hayfield contest, played the same night at Buffalo Center, Friday night at Garrigan. The Friday winner also advances to Sub-State action. Spencer Expands In Sales Barns Virgil Spencer, owner of the successful Algona Sales Barn, has acquired ownership of the well-known Marvel Sales Barn at Webster City, arid will also continue that operation under the name of Webster City Sales Barn. Virgil will continue his sales in Algona as previously, on Mondays, and the Webster City sales will continue of Saturdays. Near 2 Million Bu. Of Corn In County Reseal Farmers are continuing to use the price-support loan programs for 1967 crops much more than they did for the 1966 crops, according to Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, Kossuth Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. The amount of 1967-crop corn going under loan through Jan. 31 was 5,978,956 bushel compared to 4,644,015 last Jan. 31. Farmers are also indicating their intention to reseal substantial quantities of the eligible 1967 crops at the end of the loan period. Eligible 1967 crops include corn, wheat, barley, oats, grain sorghum and soybeans. Through January, the 1967 crops signed up for reseal in the county include 1,938,918 bu. of corn. Total reseal from the 1966 crop amounted to: Soybeans - 643,231 bushel and Corn-3,304,759 bushel. Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Sessions of Storm Lake announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose Ellen, to David C. Logue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue of Algona. Miss Sessions is now a secretary at Vilas & Co. Her fiance is a junior at Buena Vista College. A June wedding is planned. Lt. BOYKEN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA - 1st Lt. Jeffrey W. Boyken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Boyken, Titonka, has helped his F-102 Delta Dagger unit win the Hughes Trophy as the best fighter interceptor squadron in the U. S. Air Force. Lt. Boyken is a pilot with the 317th Fighter Interceptor Squadron headquartered at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. He supported the 317th in becoming the first unit to win the prized trophy three times since the award was established in the early fifties. The squadron was selected for the award by USAF headquarters for its outstanding achievements in operational readiness, weapons reliability, intercept capability and flying safety. The unit safeguards the northern aerial approaches to North America as a component of the Alaskan Air Command. Boyken was graduated in 1961 from Titonka High School and received his B.S. degree in 1965 from Iowa State University where he was commissioned through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program. His wife, Carolyn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Sr., Ellsworth, Iowa. Ronald Becker Of Irvington In Viet Nam Hiway 18 NW Algona, la. RONALD E. BECKER Pfc. Ronald E. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, Irvington, is reported to be stationed in Can Tho, 120 miles south of Saigon. He is with an engineer division. He took his boot camp at Ft. Campbell, Ky. His AIT was at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. From there, he had a 24-day leave and left for Vietnam Feb. 4. (Glenn's Studio Photo) INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Bub. Co. SPECIALS: COMBIOTIC 100 cc MILK REPLACER 50 Ib. PIGDEX INJECTABLE IRON 100 cc $5,29 DRY MOLASSES 50 Ib. bag $2.49 [Check our close • out tgfalel

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