The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1965
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Algona (la.) Upper Des MolnM-3 Thursday, October 7, 1965 MR. AND MRS. Richard N. Kohlhaas are parents of a daughter, Kimberly Rae, born Sept. 27 at Mercy hospital, FortDodge, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mehlisch, Baltimore, Maryland. The maternal grandmother is helping with household duties. A SURPRISE BIRTHDAY party was held Saturday in honor of the 85th birthday of Mrs. Kathryn Doege, Algona. Among the guests were her daughters, Nina Kracht, Lone Rock and Eunice Riebhoff, Algona, her sister Edith Hayenga, Fenton, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke and Diane, Mrs. Iva Witham, Lone Rock Mrs. Kathryn Bacon, Burt, Mrs. Robert Liesner, Rose Lope rand Mrs. Earl Sheppard, Algona. She also received many birthday cards and letters. JIM OBERWETTER will leave Oct. 16 for a years duty with the Air Force in Thailand. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Oberwetter, Adel, formerly of Algona. Mrs. Oberwet- ter and daughter, Jill, will remain in Des Moines with her parents. HOWARD AND Donald Bollig of Seneca, held a birthday party at their home for their mother, Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft. on Friday evening", Oct. 1. To the boy's surprise, it also turned out to be a house warming for them too. MR. AND MRS Larry Plummer, Pat and Mary Beth, Wilmington, Del., came Saturday for a visit at the parental Craig Smith's. This is the first time the grandparents have seen Mary Beth who was four months old Oct. 10. MR. AND MRS. Carl Hutchins have been visited by the latter's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kirk, Hyattsville, Md., who also spent some time at Titonka with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller. MR. AND MRS. Earl Miller were at Lake City, Minn, not long ago and visited their son and family. TRUSTEES OF the First Presbyterian Camp at Lake Okoboji met there Oct. 5 for their annual meeting. Rev. Walter Morz of the local church was in attendance. MR. AND MRS. John Stevenson have moved to 108 East North street. MR. AND MRS. Dale Cole are moving to Peoria, m. where Mr. Cole will manage a grain terminal. MR. AND MRS. James Steele have moved to Wilmar, Minn. AND MRS. Gordon Ira- land are moving to Perry. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood will go to Minneapolis Wednesday to attend the opening game of the Worlds Series. They also will visit their daughter Mary Jean, who is teaching at Blomming Prairie, a suburb of Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn spent Sunday at Okoboji. MRS. CLINTON Godden and Mrs. Richard Kuhlmann visited friends in Ft. Dodge ' Friday. MRS. L. E. Linnan and Alice Condon drove to Dubuque last week where the former visited her sister at the Dominican Villa and Miss Condon went on to Plattsville, Wis. for a visit with friends. MRS. VERNELL Ludwig went to Mason City last Monday to see her mother, Mrs. T. P. Joynt at Mercy hospital, whose eighty- fifth birthday was that day. En- route home, Mrs, Ludwig stopped at Clear Lake to see her brothers, Paul and Vincent Joynt. MIKE, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, was home for the weekend. He attends St. Thomas College at St. Paul, Minn. AMONG THOSE who plan to attend the Iowa- Purdue football game at Iowa City Oct. 8 are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob, Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thoreson. "Kossutn County'* Favorite Newspaper" At HOOD'S ™-- m i 41 \ ; Price* good Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday / FOOD TODAY TAKES A SMALLER SLICE OF YER PAYI In 1947-49, the overage U.S. worker ipent 26$ out of each dollar for food. Today the figure has dropped to only 19$ out of each dollar. ^^^••i ALL FLAVORS The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER At HOOD'S - Day After Day. We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices and COMPARE J.^ Vi :$^ ''.-S' 1 -.?, .,'v'«p.<-(Vi"\ fe$ Pkg. KM LUORTH t (MM mm®. m VAN CAMP'S PACKED INSIDE SPECIAL BAGS OF. PORK & BEANS I ROBIN HOOD No. 300 Cans FLOUR • • • • < BUTTERNUT COFFEE HIP-O-LITE MARSHWALLOW CREME Jar... 19c Lb.Tin SUPER VALU JUTCR VMLU ^^ Grape Jelly or Jam 2 VELVEETA CHEESE 2 U. Box FLAV-O-RITE WHITE or YELLOW Popcorn . 2 Ib. pkgi. BIG VALU Small Prunes ... CREAMETTES Macaroni 7 oz. pkgs. HEINZ VEGETABLE SOUP 2 cans 25c NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS - FOR BAKING POTATOES FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN eat Pies FLAV-O-RITE ASSORTED Cookies pkgs. • Chicken • Turkey Beef •Tuna APPLES BETTY CROCKER No, 1 JONATHANS GOOD VALUE FROZEN French Fries . . . 16 °' pkg. FLORIDAGOLD FROZEN CONCENTRATE ORANGE JUICE Michigan MACKINTOSH Bu. Basket 0.49 Bu. Basket g.98 JREEH PEPPERS Large Stalk PASCAL CELERY White or Colored NORTHERN TISSUE roll P<<9- Each 19* Large Solid CABBAGE 2 us. 13 C SUPER UALU

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