Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 5
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$ 350°° STEREO Register today and every day until Feb. 5 for thi* beautiful $350 GRUNDIG STEREO CONSOLE, distributed in this ire* by the North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Some lucky perton will win it at RON & JACK'S FObD CENTER. It't a German-made unit with expert German crafttmanthip in beautiful Walnut from the Black Forest. See it in our store now and register every time you come in. Register Every Time You Are In The Store From Now Until Feb. 5 25GiftHouse Stamps with purchase of 4 Rolls of Tissue Wagner's ORANGE DRINK LIMIT OF 2 TO CUSTOMER 32 Oz. Size 19° Imperial 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Boxes of Facial Tissue VWWtfWIMAAM OLEOMARGARINE 3 1-LB. $ Gerber's Strained 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Boxes of Any Breakfast Food BABY FOODS MIX Maxwell House 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 10 Lbs. of Potatoes UMVWWMIftftfVWMWMM 1 Jar 7' Pkg. 10° With $5 Order 2 *• 1.19 Monarch 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 25 Lbs. of Potatoes SALT YACHT CLUB Mixed Peas 7 303 Cans YACHT CLUB CORN (Whole Kernel or Cream) Lb. box MONARCH PEACHES 5° 7 303 Cans 5 303 Cans - DEL '.MONTB& Fruit Cocktail 4 303 Cans 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Heads of Lettuce MONARCH Sauerkraut ... .7 303 Cans 5 1 SKINNER'S SHORT CUT Macaroni 2 Ibs. 39' 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Packages of Cold Cuts 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 3 Lbs. of Ground Beef tAMWWMIAAAAMWWIMIflAA MONARCH 8 Oz. Jar Western Dressing ... 3 for S 1 GOLD MEDAL Flour . . 25 Ibs. *1. 50 Gift House Stamps With $2 or more of Health or Beauty Aids SNOBOY APPLES FOR Delicious came, FRKH RED ROME GOLDEN DELICIOUS RED DELICIOUS WINESAP DDK • SUNKIST NAVEL JUMBO SIZE Oranges ** 89 C FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT for 49< RON AND TMUdSDAY, JAN, 1/1 H* James Kelley is married at Washington, D.C. Baiba Aboltins, Washington, D. C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas /vboltins, New York "^itv t)GC£UTl£ tilC 01*1(16 James Louis Kelley, son of and Mrs. Norbert J. Kelley, ru-i . gbna, Friday, Dec. 31. J ud S e and ThP~nr'o^ranT <r fhe F ^"F 1 ' ^"^reSwSTuie ^Geo^- ^ * PwSSd b?lL? Me- home of friends, Mr. and|J^^'J^f 16 ? ^ ^rigdL^Mary (Iowa) 0 ** Tiie«BAV s TUESDAY A. Ks are^nming prv Algonf ifiSTS on. Mrs. in char * e nessed by only the immediate family, a reception was held ior relatives and Iriends. Ambassador of Indonesia and Madi l j alad, as well as several mem bers of the embassy staif, were among the guests. In addition to those from the Washington area and New York City, tne groom's sister, Susan Keiley, Lexington, Ky., and former residents of Ida Grove, James Murphy, now of New Orleans, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Donald fchierk, West Point, N. JACK'S Food Center Open Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. — VISITOR HONORED now has a apartment a series lore will be given. She also gave a dinner Dec. 20 for a few guests honor- of , f cnan S e OI The bride received a B.A. degree from the university of California at Berkeley and has one graduate worK at Colum- )ia University. She is a resear- ler at the Indonesian Embas- y. Mr. Kelley graduated with lighest distinction Irom the col ege of liberal arts at the uni ersity of Iowa, where he also btained his law degree. He is nember of Phi Beta Kaj der of the Coif, Phi D Phi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He is an attorney in the civil ights division of the depart ment of justice. They are living at 1830 R. Street, N. W., Washington, D.C. Gary Peer gels safe-driving award WEDDING DINNEER Dr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Kel ley gave a dinner in the Presi dential Room of the Hotel May flower in Washington, D. C. on Dec. 30 honoring baiba Aboltins and their son, James, who were married Friday, Dec. 31. Engaged STEELE ELECTED William F. Steele was elected second vice president of the Northwest Iowa Executive Secretaries of Commerce at a meeting in Cherokee last Thursday. About 30 northwest Iowa towns in the organization. CHURCH WOMEN MEETING Women of the First Baptist church are meeting Thursday afternoon at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff, Mrs. Walter Steven and Mrs. Paul Richardson. Mi-, and Mrs. Felix Thilges, of West Bend, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Elizabeth, to Sylvester M. Berte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte of St. Joe. The wedding will be Jan. 26 at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church. M & D CLUB TO MEET The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, Jan 13, with Bernice Walker and Opal Simpson assisting. Roll call will be "The nicest thing a neighbor has done for me." Extension lesson will be given by Irene Bjustrom. Charter Cheer is to be given by Iva Witham. |WSCS TO MEET The Methodist WSCS meets on I Thursday, Jan. 6 for a one o' ' ™r TI ^ • r. i , . Gary W. Peer Craig, Colo. dock lun ' cheon . The lesson theme won a commendation for safe L .. Automation and Leisure." for driving and will compete or M R Burris and the Highway Safety Award. He u c £ are chairmen , Rus . was presented a commendation card (billfold size) and a windshield sticker for his car. He was on an elk hunting trip and stopped at a treacherous part of the road where there was a narrow bridge to let an oncoming car go through first. A patrolman saw him operating his vehicle-ln ari ; exceptionally careful, defensive man ner and he was issued a "congratulation" card. The patrol- lan also recommended that Mr. 3 eer be considered for the cur- ent month's Highway Safety Award and a $100 savings bond Gary is the Biology teacher n the high school in Craig. OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS January birthdays of residents on the first floor of the Good Samaritan Home were observed Tuesday afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN -Women of the United Presby terian church will meet Thurs day, Jan. 6, for a 1 o'clock des seat luncheon. 500 CARD CLUB MEETS Mrs. Mary Cink was hostess to her 500 club last week Wednes day. This week it meets with Mrs. Rose Sabin. OPEN HOUSE DATED Rev. and Mrs. Milo Dailey will have an Open House on Thursday, January 6, at the vicarage from 2-4 and 7-9:30 p.m. 'or members of both parishes and friends at 533 S. Jerome Street. HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Anne Milder was honored on her tenth birthday, December 28, with a dinner party for ten friends at her home. The evening .was spent at games.. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Frank Moulton is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. up to 20% SAVE $1.00 "Living"® Stretch Bra only $3.95, reg. $4.95 Adjustable stretch straps: sheer back and sides. 32A-40C ("D" sizes $1.00 more) SAVE $1.00 "Living"® Long Line Bra only $5.95, reg. $6.95 Bias cut side panels. 32A-44D Also % Length Long Line only $4.95, reg. $5.95 32A-44C ("D" sizes $1.00 more) SAVE $1.00 "Living"® Long Line Stretch Bra only $6.95, reg. $7.95 Adjustable stretch straps; sheer back and sides. With or without 2-inch waistband. Also % Length Long Line only $6.95, reg. $7.9532A-44D SAVE $2.00 Golden Playtex Girdles only $8.95, reg. $10.95 Cloth lined with fingertip panels. Girdle and Panty Girdle only $8.95, reg. $10.95; Zipper Girdle and Zipper Panty (shown) only $10.95, reg. $12.95 AS SEEN ON TV SAVE $1.00 Playtex made with Lycra* Girdles only $5.95, reg. $6.95' Hold-in power that won't wash out—machine washable. Girdle only $5.95, reg. $6.95; Panty only $6.95, reg. $7.95; Long Leg Panty (shown). only $8.95, reg. $9,95

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