Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 2
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Marine called , ,.A .. • . ; .'. ' ."''-"• from Viet Nam will go back Burt Lt. David Christensen is home bit a 30 day * fur* lough, called from Viet Nam by - the death of his father, James Christensen. He will report to San Francisco Jan. 19. The Kenneth Sabos, Fremont, Nebr., visited the Christensens Sunday. Sabo and Christensen were buddies in the marines. OFFICERS INSTALLED Mariners Club met Sunday at Burt Presbyterian church with hosts, the Larry Holdings and the Frank Beckers. Devotions by the Leonard Stenzels. Surprise number by the Robert Anguses. A film "Me in a Pulpit" was shown by the Harold Beckers. Several letters were read from the Korean Orphan. The following officers for 1966 were installed: skippers, the Robert Anguses; 1st Mates, the Duane Mawdsleys; Logkeepers, the Russell Pattersons; pursers, the Roscoe Mawdsleys Jr.; chaplains, Rev. and Mrs. Calbreath, look outs, the Larry Holdings, and doctor and nurse, the Bernard Giffords. AID TO MEET Aid will meet at St. John's Lutheran church Jan. 6. Bible study is on Amos. Topic, "Mes senger of Christ", Mrs. Edward Bruhn, Fenton. Hostesses are Eunice Meyer, Barbara Pannkuk, Lana Trunkhill. Altar flowers are by Lois Scheer ami Barbara. Pannkuk, and market basket by Arlene Schneider Elizabeth Radig, Melinda Mey er and Bertha Benkendorf. Rev Scheer-will install-the new of ficers: President, June Prest hus; vice, Mary Lou Marlow sec., Verona Schmidt; treas. Florence Koestler. Five car crashes in first three of year 2-ALGONA (lew.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. A, Mr. and Mf«. Leo Dunlap, and Pat and Mike, near Los Angeles, are Visiting his parents the William Dunlaps, and With his sister; the Glen Sniders. Mr. and Mrs. Je»* Duqan had as Christmas Mrs. William guests Kelly Mr. and of Sioux days Personal injuries to two per sons and over $1,100 damage t r cars were the result of five co lisions in the first three day of the new year, all within the city limits. Icy condition of the roads was a probable factor in four of them. At 1:00 a.m. ,on New Years Day both Gerald J. Studer, 19, and Katliy Larson, 20 of West Bend, were taken to St. Ann for lacerations after a collision with a parked car. .The Volks- wagon driven by Gerald J. Studer was headed north on Moore street when it crossed the center line of the street and crashed into a parked car on the west side of the street owned by Arlo Ranney, Fenton. The Ranney auto was pushed onto the parking and had estimated damage of $250 to the grille, fender and bumper. The Studer car had .$350 damage to the front end, hood, and windshield. He was charged with hitting a parked vehicle. On Tuesday morning two collisions, were investigated in one hour. At 8:15 a.m. cars driven by Kathryn E. Weber and Mary Jane Frideres collided at the intersection of Elm and Diagonal streets when the Frideres car which was going southwest on Diagonal turned south to go on Woodworth. When she cut across the left lane to make the turn the cars collided. Estimated damage to the Weber auto was $75 to the right front fender and about $150 to the headlight, grille and left front fender of the Frideres car. Half .an hour later at the intersection of McCoy and Poplar streets cars driven by Richard L. Muller, 16, and John R. Zaugg, 17, collided. Estimated damage to the Muller auto was $75 and $100 to the left front end of the Zaugg car. John Zaugg was charged with making an improper turn, During the noon hour at the intersection of Minnesota and Kennedy streets there was a collision between autos driven by Nicholas J. Daneelser and Jackie J. Davis. Estimated damage to the Dangelser vehicle was $20 to the grille and about $75 to the bumper and light rear quarter Panel of the Davis machine. No charges were Falls, S. D., and the latter's daughter Kathie who spent much of her time with her father, Jim Kelly, going with him to Sioux 3ity one day. Other guests of he Dugans were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan of Lone Rock. Floyd Holt, Algona, wa» »d- nitted to Veteran's hospital at 3es Moines Sunday for a checkup. His address there is Room 289, Ward 2B, Veteran's Hospital, Des Moines. Mrs. Hugh Colwell left Tuesday morning for Boca Raton, Fla., to visit her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hill. She also >lans to visit Mrs. Lee Lichty in St. Petersburg and will be away several, weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lett and three daughters, Council Bluffs, visited the Bill Colwells Sunday. She is a former elementary teacher here. Gary Colwell returned to Iowa ity Sunday after the holidays with his parents, the Bill Col- wells. Delos Dohlman was transferred to Grinnell where he started his new job Jan. 3 with the Farmers Implement Co. which handles John Deere equipment. He has been in Algona at Ernie Williams farm equipment for 4 years. The family will move there Jan. 21 at the school semester break. The J. F. Milder family spent Sunday visiting his brother and family, the C. E. Milders at Emmetsburg. The week before Mr Milder, Bill, Jean and Anne spent two days with Mrs. W. S. Milder and son, Louis. JoEllen returned to St. Teresa college at Winona, Minn. Jan. 4, where she is a senior. Mr. and Mrs. Les Foxhoven became parents of their first daughter when Sheila Lynn was born on December 30, 1965 weighing. 5 Ibs. 12 ozs. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Les - Ketiyon and great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. There is one other child in the family, Craig Steven. At 4:05 p.m. two cars both headed south on Phillips collided when one driven by Walter J. Barr attempted to go from the outside lane and make a left turn. He turned in front of a car driven by Merle D. Dahl Estimated damage to the Barr auto was 180. No charges fll#4, Irvington By Mae McLean Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, accompanied by two of their grandchildren, Randy and Becky, son and daughter of the Charles Colwells, St. Benedict, left Dec. 22 for Dallas, Texas, where they visited for a week with Mrs. Maxine McCaffery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Capesius. They returned home Dec. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer and Vickie, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius drove to Ackley New Years Day to visit Mrs. Helen Hanig, sister of Mrs. Siemer and Mrs. Capesius. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer and daughter Vicki were the Wm. Taphorn family of Algona. Patty, daughter of the Albert Harms, Titonka, recently visited for a few days at the home of her aunt and uncle, the Durwood Walker family, Irvington. Mrs, Robert Black entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family, Spencer, the Wm. Geerings and Mrs, Beulah Richardson, all of Algona, at the Black home on New Years Day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell, Chicago, left Saturday for Davton, Ohio, where the couple will enter Cedarville College. The Mitchells have been employed in Chicago, since their marriage August of 1965. Mrs. Mitchell is a daughter of the Robert Blacks of this vicinity. The Durwood Walker family, Irvington, were New Years Day dinner guests at the Merlin Walker home, Algona. Other guests were Mrs. Violet Walker, the Ronald Buscher familv, Algona, and the Robert Walker family of West Bend. Durwood, Merlin and Robert are sons of Mrs. Violet Walker and Mrs. Buscher is a daughter of the Robert Walkers. Mrs. Robert Casey returned home late last week from Fort Dodge, where she had been a patient at Mercy hospital for several days, having a series of x-rays tests etc. Wayne Patterson, student at Junior college. Mason City, spent froiin Dec. 22 to Jan. 3 at his home here. The Verl Pattersons were Christmas Day dinner guests at th,e Marion Huntleys, at Renwick. FRESH FRYERS FRESH OYSTERS •••' •''•'•* f, r' 1 ''•' FULL ASSOHTMPNT SEA FOODS orv/ Government Graded Choice Beef UOUAI BEST BLADE SS Beef Roasts BONELESS LEAN BEEF STEW BEEF Ib. HOMEMADE — FRESH GROUND — EXTRA LEAN — HAM LOAF Ib HAM n PATTIES lb HOMEGROWN — BROAD BREASTED CAPONS 59 BONELESS — READY TO EAT innino Q"• 7 Ibllluo 0 c " L Ib ALL MEAT MILD FLAVORED SKINLESS Illll liiir ton FRANKS II MM Franks MORRELL SLICED BACON Per Pkg. (aeon 1 IN VUIOI ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag WORTZ SODA CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box PURE SHORTENING CRISCO 3 Lb. Can FARMKIST PRUNES PRODUCE DEPARTMENT SUNKIST 2 Lb. Bag EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES Bag C SCHULZE & BURCH FIG BAR 1 Lb. Pkg. FOLGER'S COFFEE MANDALAY Crushed Pineapple 8 Oz. Can 1 Lb. Can REUNION KEUroiUNj- ^^m Pork&Beans4 No. 300 Cans HOT CEREAL COCOA WHEAT Reg. Box ROBB ROSS PANCAKE MIX GOOCH'S Elbow Macaroni 2 Lb. Bag 3 Lb. Bag BETTY CROCKER Date Bar Mix ss ROYAL PUDDING MIX Family Size Boxes VERMONT MAID SYRUP 24 Oz. Bottle FROZEN FOODS Cal Ida French Fries Silverdale Vegetables 6 9 Oz. Box 9 Oz. Pkgs. BLUE BONNET MARGARINE JOHNSON'S PLEDGE 7 Oz. Can VETS DOG FOOD POWDERED DETERGENT RINSO BLUE Giant Box v UBBY'S KIDNEY BEANS PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 6 THRU JAN. 12 PODGY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. Yqu'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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