Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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4k- AUGONA (Iowa) ADVAMCB THURSDAY. JAN. 20, 1 Chamber banquet is dated Tuesday night ROLLIE FERRELL The annual Chamber, of Commerce banquet will be held Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the high school Annex dining room. Pat Montag, Chamber of Commerce President, will be master of ceremonies. The new Chamber officers and new board members for 1966 will be introduced. The Kossuth County Chapter Barbershoppers Chorus will be an added treat to the evening program. The speaker of the evening will be Rollie Ferrell, a St. Paul, Minn, business executive. He is a well-known humorous lecturer, and master of dialect and is also known as "The Human Echo." He comes very highly recommended by the President of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Executives Association. He has. appeared on the Garry Moore TV Show, The Art Linkletter House Party Show, and several other television shows. Rollie Ferrell is a distinctively different speaker who will be both interesting and highly entertaining. Tickets must be purchased at the Chamber Office on or before Friday, Jan. 21. Bancroft council votes to continue paving Bancroft — The City Council voted by a 3 to 2 margin to continue the portland cement street paving program starting a month ago, at a meeting of the council last Friday night. The vote was held after a lengthy discussion involving councilmen, mayor and about 30 townspeople. Final decision as to whether the program will be permitted to continue will be left to the court, which will hear arguments concerning the recently imposed injunction which restricted the council from entering into any contract for letting of bids on the program. The street concerned is about six blocks, beginning from the intersection of the Mrs. Helen Doocy residence and Ramsey proceeding east past the gol course, Heritage Home and to the James Oliver corner. After a discussion of abou two hours in which most pres ent gave comments, a vote wa taken. Voting yes were Elsbec ker, Rockier and Marlow and voting no were Welp and Me Oarthy. The letting had originally been proposed by the 1964-Go council. The injunction, requested by Art Long, Lawrence J. Kockler, Henry Hellman, Edward Kennedy and S. L. Robinson, restrained the council from entering into any contracts for said work. Three crashes here are caused by icy streets Three automobile accidents have occurred on Algona streets since Friday. That morning Howard Frideres, Ottosen, 19, was driving west on Johnson street and turned south onto Maple. The streets were icy and he couldn't stop in time to avoid hitting a parked car owned by Elmer J. Evers. Estimated damage to the Frideres auto was about $400 and only taillight damage to the Evers car. No charges were filed. In a similar collision Sunday Afternoon, a car driven by Roger W. Brandow, 20, turned a corner coming onto State street and collided with the parked oar belonging to Floyd S. Gregory of Eagle Grove. Estimated damage to the Brandow vehi cje was $200 to the grille anc right front fender. The rear o: the Gregory auto sustained about $300 damage. Brandow was charged with failure to have control. Tuesday morning at eight o'clock cars driven by Lewis J. Pomplum and Milo R. Durant collided at the intersection of Roan and Lucas streets. Mr. Durant saw the oncoming car but slid about 80 feet after applying his brakes. Estimated damage to the Pomplun vehicle was $300 to the left front door, center post and the bottom. The Durant auto had about $125 damage to the right front fender, light and bumper. He was charged with failure to yield the right of way. 16TURNS TO VIET NAM iwrt — Lt. David Christen§en, son of Mrs. James Chris- teRsejij left Jan. 18 to return to yiet Nam. SALLY BAY TALKS The Union Township Mother's and Daughters club met January 13 with Ada Hofius. Afiter the club song, roll call was my favorite magazine. Saly Bay had the program and showed pictures and told of her experiences in Spain as an exchange student. Marguerite Gardner and Julia Taylor were co-hostesses. The next meeting will be Feb. 10 at noon. The 60th anniversary of the clul will be observed. Jerry Hupp third in national essay contest Jerry Rupp, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkland, Algone., was recently honored as third place winner in a nationwide ASPA (American Society for Personnel Administration) es- sav contest. He completed graduate work for his MBA at Arizona State University this summer and is now training with the American Institute for Foreign Trade at Phoenix, Ariz. He is married, his wife is from Phoenix, and the couple have one child. Jerry graduated from Algona hieh school in 1958, did undergraduate work at the University of Iowa and continued his ma- ior course of studv in finance at Arizona State University in 1962. After graduation, he enrolled at the University of the Philionines where he studiec unt'l last year. He was a 1962 Wall Street Journal Achievement Awardee. The essav contest was nationwide and his prize-winning work was printed in the magazine "The Personnel Administrator," which is puMshed by the ASPA. NEW 5TME HOURS * •,.*. OPEN (Week Days) I \ti- i 1 EVENINGS T» - ; f8r V»^ .hopping convenience 9, p.m. SWIFT'S PREMIUM ;• TASTY. ESSEX SUMMER j SAUSAGE . r L ib 79c & GOVERNMENT GRADED U.S.D. A. CHOICE MEDIUM SWIFT'S PREMIUM HOME GROWN PAN RfeADY DICKER'S lOWANA FRCSH, LEAN arid TASTY FOR BREAKFAST —_, USDA CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS ib. 89c BONELESS CUBED LEAN STEW BEEF pei WELL. TRIMMED BUTT THIS IS AN INTRODUCTION OF A NEW PRODUCT— FULLY COOKED ROAST BEEF 1 Lb. 14 Or Can WILSON'S, CERTIFIED 7 BEEF Quick.'Nfosyf. 1.99 CRISCO SALAD OIL 48 Oz. Bottle HUNT'S CATSUP DUTCH MAID Sugar Wafers 1 Lb. Pkgs. $ PILLSBURY FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag BUTTER-NUT MACARONI I Instant Coffee 6 Oz. Jar BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 3 ib can 1.85 TANGERINES 2 *«• 39 c DUNCAN HINES WHITE Angel Food Mix ADAM'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 4 6 oz. cans 49 SWANSON'S BEEF, CHICKEN, and TURKEY T.V. DINNERS 2 oto 89c SWIFTNING Pure Shortening Potatoes WHITE SYRUP pint botl. Dark Syrup pint 27c GENERAL MILLS Cheerios or Wheaties KAISER Aluminum Foil v " «u 23c HILAND POTATO CHIPS Twin Pack Bag BUTTER Floor Wax Oven Cleaner Pancake Mix 22 oz. can T QC lb. pkg. 4| C 3 Ib. box 55C PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 20 THRU JAN. 26 POLICY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash l»y Shopping FARE WAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AREWAY irONOMUM i ()()!> DlSlUIItt I ION

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