Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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THURSDAY, JAN. Vf, MM AUONA (Iowa) Gary Frsnkl, Mason City, brought his two Httls girls, Julie Kay, 2>/ 2 and Karen Elaine, 8 months, to his parents, the Ken Frankl's Jan. 10. Gary's wife was ill in bed and unable to take care of the children. Jan. 15 she was taken to the hospital at Mason City. She is now home and slowly recovering. The children are still with the Ken Frankls. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand were visited Sunday by the latter's niece of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter spent the weekend at Iowa Falls with friends. Mrs. Alice Wilkins took her sister, Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew, as far as Mankato one day last week and Mrs. Bartholomew went from there to Minneapolis, Minn, for a visit with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Crawford. The Young Republicans met Saturday, January 15, at Cunninghams in Burt. Mrs. Len; Belle Bach of Humboldt wa: speaker. The Golden wedding anniver sary of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bode was observed Saturday a Rochester, Minn. They are for mer Kossuth residents. Mrs Bode is the former Marie La,- muth. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook, Mrs. Robert Bickert, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode, Wesley. Robert Bickert spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb. with his sister, Ella, who is ailing. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Reefer and Dianne spent the weekend at. Des Moincs with Mr. and Mrs. John Lozana and little daughter. Mrs. Lozana is the former Donna Reefer. Dr. M. G. Bourne went to Des Moines Saturday to attend a medical meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. s guests Sunday their son-ill' aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena spent unday at Eagle Grove with the atter's mother, Mrs. Dora Roh r, a resident of the Rotary <\nn Rest Home. Mrs. Floyd Holt is going to Des Moines Thursday to be vLth her husband who will have gall bladder surgery Friday at ;he Veterans hospital. His room s fifth floor 505. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Lindquist and family will be sorry to learn he has 1 been given a leave of absence from the management of a Good Samaritan Nursing Home at Osceola, Neb., and is in Mercy hospital, Mason City, undergoing treatment. He has been troubled with arthritis and. other ailments for some time. Mrs. Lindquist has taken a house at 801 Polk street during his hospitalization. The family was located at Davenport after he had served the Algona Good Samaritan Home a few years. It was only a few months ago he was assigned the position at Osceola. Mrs. Charles Curtis of Burt and her daughter Audrey, Mrs. Dennis Johnson of Lincoln, >Jeb. were guests of Mrs. Gerrude Faulstick Thursday. Mr. ohnson has recently been re- eased from the army. Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick at- ended the funeral services Friday at Burt for Dale Dundas, 60, who had been hospitalized at St. Ann. His wife was with him most of the time and oth srs who came to be with him were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke of Grenada, Minn., Dr. and Mrs. Ross Dundas of alifornia, and Mrs. Beulah Anderson, R.N., of Rochester, Vluin. They stayed with Mrs. Faulstick when not at the hospital. J. C. L&tt of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones of Milford. They spent considerable time at the Good Samaritan Home with Mrs. Bessie Jones mother of Mrs. Lett and Harold Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helm crs and family of Duncombe were dinner guests Sunday o his mother, Mrs. John Helmers They were joined in the afternoon by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen, Lynne and Larry, of Fort Dodge. Postal employees and their wives met for dinner Friday evening at Charlie's Supper Club, a farewell courtesy for Kenneth Harris and John Dutton who have retired. Mrs. Elizabeth Post entertained a Canasta foursome Wednesday evening. Mrs. Dick Post is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Post is being Mrs. Henry Holland entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Daniel Lynch, retired Bancroft farmer, passes Bancroft — A retired Ban- roft farmer, Daniel E. Lynch, '8, died Friday night in the !stherville hospital. He had li- 'ed at Mason City the past 16 •ears. Funeral services were held or Mr. Lynch Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. at the Holy Family Catholic church at Mason. City vith Msgr. Breen officiating. Msgr, J. H. Schultes of Bancroft officiated at graveside rites at St. John's cemetery at Bancroft, hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Peter entertain ed at a birthday party Friday honoring the fifth birthday of her son, Harold Jr. Guests were Mrs. James Sparks, Jerry and Cheryl, Mrs. Merlin Mertz and Craig, Mrs. Phil Ballard, Kathy and Kristie, Mrs. Merle Moore and Gordon, and Mrs. John Alt man Jr. and Julie. The women spent the time socially anc games were played by the chil dren. Mrs. Fern Foster stayed witl her grandson, Bret Bartlett while his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wesley Bartlett, flew to Phoe nix, Ariz, and thence to a resort where a Kiwanis meeting was held. They returned Monday and were gone only since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haas left Sunday for points in Arizona and will probably visit on the west coast before returning home. The "Union Suits" card club met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Collins. High score prizes were won by Alice Thilges and Carroll Willrett. where burial rites were held. Mr. Lynch was born June 27, 1887 at Ridgeway, Wis., the son of John and Mary Lynch. He farmed for many years in the Bancroft area until retiring in 1949. He moved to Mason City the following year. He was married to Laura Sandschulte on Jan. 9, 1917 and she survives as well as seven sons and a daughter: John, Algona; Robert, Lone Rock; Den- mis, Bancroft; Wayne, Fenton; Dr. Paul Lynch, Richland; Daniel, Chicago; James, Indianola; and Helen, Mrs. Paul Calvert, Rochester, Minn. Also surviving is a brother, Dr. J. H. Lynch, San Antonio, Texas and 29 grandchildren. Two daughters preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Tom, Donald, Richard and Gerald Lynch, Joe Whalen and Jim Haensch. Viekl ThllcM is Lriyard Homemaker Ledyard — The Ledyard Low score prizes went to Ann King and Marvin Leigh. Joe King won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Beeker had as dinner guests Sunday their son William Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool spent Tuesday here with friends. They recently moved to Renwick. Mrs. Max Bast had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe, Charles and Jane of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldorf at tended the funeral servicies Monday at Fenton for Clyde Humphrey, 70. Internment was at Ringsted. Mr. tnd Mrs. W. Holldorf had Community High School 1966 Jetty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Vicki Thilges daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted ["bilges. She scored highest in a written knowledge and atti ;ude examination taken by sen or girls on Dec. 7, 1965, and s now eligible for state and na ;ional scholarship awards. Vick has already earned a specia award pin from the program' sponsor, General Mills. Vicki is active in all school activities, plays forward on the basketball team, is active in both vocal and instrumental music, is on the Put-U-Wiz staff, annual editor, is in speech, is president of the local FTA and is also president of CYO of the Sacred Hearth Catholic church 100% PURE — FRESH GROUND Ground BEEF ~^^^r -^^^r- -* USDA CHOICE GOVERNMENT GRADED AND SELECTED &Y DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE — CHOICE — THE BRAND OF DISTINCTION 3 Pounds ALL MEAT — BEST QUALITY Large Bologna 1 IEST BUM ROAST STMf MtMS •NEVEN (weekdays) For Votr SMpphg DECKER'S IOWANA — FRESH LINK SAUSAGE package 49C CUT TO YOUR DESIRED THICKNESS — AGED TENDER & JUICY CHARLES BUDDIG— SLICED SMOKED BEF 99 c CLUB STEAK !! FESTAL FOOD SALE !! FESTAL WHOLE or CREAM STYLE CORN No. 303 Cans Festal Med. SWIFT'S PREMIUM —ESSEX Summer Sausage 79c FROZEN FOODS MORTON SOFT FESTAL CUT SPEARS ASPARAGUS No. 303 Can 2 FOR 45c ORE-IDA No. 303 Cans FESTAL CUT No. 300 Can Green Beans 2 French Fries 2 Lb. Bag WORTZ SODA CRACKERS 1 Ib. Box 19C BRER RABBIT SYRUP 32 Oz. Jar 33e DEL CAR A GOOCH'S CUT Spaghetti <•• 39c MRS. GRIMES WALDORF TOILET TISSUE Chili Beans 10c RAISINS 1 '/j Ib. tag 3 3 C 4 Roll Pack 27c JENO'S PEPPERONI PIZZA Double Batch Size 79( LIQUID DETERGENT CAPRI 32 Oz. Bottle 29e CLOROX PUSS 'N BOOTS TUNA FMITS SUNKIST GAIDEN FIESH KCETUUS Cat Food •* lOc BLEACH Gallon Jug 47c BETTY CROCKER HUNT'S CAKE MIXES ORANGES 3 Dozen 89C APRICOTS I Reg. Package 25C No. 2'/2 Cans (ANGEL FOODS NOT INCLUDED) FOLGER'S WASHINGTON Delicious Apples PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 27th THRU FEB. 1st NEW SOFT BLUE BONNET MARGARINE Ib. package 35C COFFEE 3 Ib. Can POLICY You Can B« Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE C*sh by Shopping FAREWAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AtXP'WAV /-V. !<_ E/ Y I ±\ JL 1 ( 0 NOMU *OOI> IMS

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