Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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Mr. arid Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley have left for a vacation in the south. At Houston, Tex. they will attend the wedding of Dennis O'Rourke, son of Mrs. Alice Rist O'Rourke; From there they will go to Brownsville, Tex. and will be gone several weeks. Ann Kaase was home from Mason City for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase. She is doing prarv tice teaching there and will soon he returning to Cedar Palls to resume her studies there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian at dinner last week Thursday before they left for a six weeks visit at San Diego, Calif, with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guderian. Mrs. Celestine Eisenbarth was visited one day last week by Mrs. Matt Erdman of Whittemore. Sunday she had as guests her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Pech of Svvea City. Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore were visited over the weekend by the lattor's son Eugene Harbour, of Minneapolis, Minn. A daughter, Lee Jennifer, was born January 7 at Minneapolis, Minn, to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harbour. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. James Elmore. The Dick Lalliers and Mrs. Velma Patton were in Des'Moi- nes Sunday to pick up Bob Patton, son of Mrs. Patton. He arrived Saturday from San Diego, Calif., where he is in the navy. He just completed boot training and after his leave here will return to California where he will attend school. The Lalliers, Mrs. Patton and Bob had Sunday dinner with the Walt Franz family and visited other relatives there returning home that evening. Mrs. Josephine Pruyn and daughter Polly of Cedar Fall* spent the weekend here to see the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Murtagh at Good Samaritan Home. Maj. Charles Crapser, after a year in Viet Nam came home January 1. February 4 his family will move to Fort Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska where he has been transferred for a three year term. He is with Hercules missiles and has been in service fifteen years. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa were recently at Mason City to see the former's sister, Mrs. Gordon Davidson, who is a patient at Mercy hospital. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa, Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peterson, Humboldt. Rev. Milo Daileys were visited during the holidays by their son, Milo Jr. and daughter Becky, both of whom are students at Wesleyan University at Mitchell, S.D. Becky was able to be home the longer. A fiftieth anniversary class reunion is being planned for June 11 and 12. Florence Stein berger and Lloyd A. Hanson are members of the class whose addresses are unknown. Anyone knowing the whereabouts o! these persons are requested to contact Mrs. J. D. Burns or Gene Scheme!. Mr. and Mrs. William Dau Sr. and the latter's sister Mrs. Alma Sornson, of Walnut left last week for the Keys, Fla. where they will spend the winter. This is an annual event for the Daus who have a house trailer they leave in the custody of a man who looks after several others in the vicinity. It is expected Simon Henry will be dismissed from St. Ann hospital in a short time. He suffered a slight stroke a couple of weeks ago. He is a brother of Mrs. Earl Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby and son John of Jackson, Minn, returned Sunday night from Albuquerque, N.M., where they visited with their daughter, Mrs. Mac Poling and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Rasmussen went to Fort Dodge Sunday to see the former's brother Glen who is hospitalized there following an accident when he and a neighbor boy crashed head-on not far from his home at West Bend. He was in a coma for awhile but is slowly recovering and is now in what is termed a semi-coma. Mount Kinseth who has b««n at the Park hospital, Mason City, was brought from there to St. Ann recently. He was released from St. Ann but is now a patient there again. Mrs. Tom Forberger, the former Julia Raney of Wesley, has returned from a few days visii there with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney. Mr. and Mrs. James Andrea son had as weekend guests the latter's parents, Mi*, and Mrs Kenyon Kendell of Sheldon They were joined Sunday bj James' .brother, Dick of Hum boldt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollatch had Mr. and Mrs. William Lamp- right ahd ohildrfen as dinner gitests Sunday. Mr, and Mrt. 0, W. N*yl«r visited Mr. and Mrt. Art Astv ton at Humboldt Saturday. The Ashtons are former Aigonahs. Judy Naylor, a student at ths Ames university spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G/W. Kaylor. The son Gary, a student at Simpson college, Indianola, is home for his quarter break. Mrs. Amy Johnson had as caller Saturday her brother-in- law Jack Stavers of Emmetsburg. He was etiroute home front Fort Dodge having visited with his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stayers, and little daughter Lynn Ann. Mrt. Katharine MeMurray was brought back to the Good Samaritan Home Monday after several days spent at St. Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lallier and the latter's nlother, Mrs. Velma Patton, went td Dei Mot- ties Sunday and were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franz, another son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Patton. They were met there by Bob Patton who was on leave from the navy. He will return to San Diego, Calif. ALGONA (l«w») ADVANCE-DAKOTA THURSDAY. JAN. 20, 1966 Mrs. C. A, Buchanan, Cedar Rapids, returned to her home after a ten day visit at the home of the Albert Metzgers, Lone Rock and the Wilbur Boekholts of Garner. Lakota — Aft opefl ,HoUSe bridal shower will be helti'-,next Wednesday, JaU 26 at f :3d p.m. in the First fresbytefiaft church here for Shirley Smith, who will become the bride of 1 ftolland Willett oil Jan. 20. IANT TIDE 57 HILAND TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS Reg. 59c 37 c CAMPBELL'S Can TOMATO SOUP 7 SWEET ROSE ^YVbK I r\W*Jb c Oleomargarine Lbs. 1 00 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 |, A A WILDERNESS "»• 39' Cherry Pie Mix No. 2 Can 25 **************<l 25 Gift House i Stamps I with purchase of i 2 boxes of Cereal i llAAMAMM*************** FOLGER'S With $5 Grocery Order VAN CAMP'S COFFEE 3 ik 1.88 Ground Beef 3 VAN CAMP'S ppj Pork 'N Beans 5 No. 2 Cans HERSHEY INSTANT A paj f* Cocoa Mix 2 Lbcn 59' MMMMM***i 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of ! 2 Pkgs. of Marshmallows i a**^******************, MONARCH ^ •• f|k Shortening 3 Oa lOOGift House Stamps with purchase or $2 Health & Beauty Aids ' MONARCH PORK Lb. SPARER 33 FIRST CUT Lb. Pork Chops 47 BEEF ROASTS Choice Blade Cut tb 47 e Choice 7-Bone tb 57° Choice Arm 16 67° MONARCH f^ Tomato Juice 3 46-Oz. Cans tioo 1 ^«******************» *********M*********I LEAN RIB BOIL b 37 c jHjjSjjSjjSjti^ EXTRA GtftXouse STAMPS With S 5 00 Grocery Purchase AT RON & JACK'S FOOD CENTER 0 Limit One to Customer • Good Thursday Thru Monday, Jan. 24 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Heads of Lettuce «*AAM*AAMAM*AM 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Wieners t WwWVWVWWVMWWtfWVM j MMMMMWIAAMMAflMMAAMAAAMj 25 Gift House Stamps Truckload I 1 I I IT! 1 JOL MONARCH Corn 6 303caB "1 Butt'r Topp or Elm Tree 3 LOAVES Frozen Bread 39° NABISCO Lb. Crackers .. 29° NABISCO CHOCOLATE Cookies 2 pkE$ 89° Be sure to register for Free $350 Stereo Set every time you come in - drawing Feb. $! SAVE ON THIS BIG SALE! PRICES HAVE ADVANCED SINCE WE BOUGHT THIS TRUCKLOAD. THESE POTATOES ARE FINE FOR BAKING AND WILL KEEP WELL! FISH SALE 9 CODFISH FILLETS • PERCH FILLETS • NORTHERN FILLETS • HADDOCK FILLETS • PERCH BREADED PORTIONS • HADDOCK BREADEP PORTIONS U. S. No. 1 Wisconsin Russets U.S. No. 1 Wisconsin Russets U.S. No. 1 Wisconsin Russets U. S. No-j^ *^"s«i^scts_ Minnesota Reds or Whites No. 2 20 lbs. 59° 100 £ '3»8 20 £ 98° 10 £ 59° with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Cold Meats Celery stalk 10 Bananas SNOBOY Head Cabbage 19 c Oranges 3Doz. $400 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 3 Lbs. of Ground Beef MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMIMI 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Paper Towels lOOGift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Nylons J faf*~~ ~:i Ron & Jack's Food Cente t OPEN EVERY NITf UN1U 1:10 M* *- SUNDAYS FROM 1:90 A.M. TO 12:30 P,M. - USE THE BIG FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE t 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Lb. of Bacon 1^

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