Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 2
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2-AL66NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1966 | Wesleyan gets more leave on camp illness Wesley — Paul Goetz, who was to have left Feb. 14 for Lackland AFB, Texas, was given another week at home because of the meningitis epidemic and may be sent to another base. Sunday guests of the George Goetzes were Arlene Goetz and Wanda Doerner, Minneapolis, the Frank Kisches, Algona, Lou Goetzes, Britt, Tom Derner, Whittemore, Leo Goetzes, Helen Johnson, Ed Johnsons and Martin Hamiltons, Wesley. ATTEND FUNERAL Neighbors and friends attended the funeral of Henry Engstrom,, 75, Monday at the First Congregational church in I I I na at 1:30 p.m. Burial was in East Lawn. Mr. Engstrom died at his home Saturday morning SOCIETY Engaged MRS. WILMA KUHLMANN, of Algona, announces the engagement of her daughter, Diartne Faye, to Albert Louis Fish Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish, following a stroke. He was born Corwith. The late R. L, Kuhl- Nov. 13, 1890, at Wesley to Au gust and Hedda Thorn Engstrom. They farmed in .the Good Hope and Wesley area moving to Algona in 1954. Survivors include his widow, one son, two daughters, two brothers, one sister, and ten grandchildren. ATTEND WEDDING The Pave Ypungwirths attended the wedding of her sister Patricia Dorweiler, daughter of tHe George Dorweilers, Algona, to Marvin Bode, son of the Cal vin Bodes Feb. 5 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Mrs. Youngwirth poured at the reception at, the VFW hall. They are-living-in Algona: He is employed by Pioneer Seed and his wife is a nurses aid at St. Ann hospital. ••••••'• mann was the father of the prospective bride. Miss Kuhlmann is in Algona high school graduate and also of Hamilton business college, Mason City, and is presently employed at the Iowa State Bank here. Mr. Fish is a graduate of Corwith-Wesley high school and Gales Institute of Indianapolis, Ind. He is presently stationed with the U. S. Navy at San Diego, Calif. A spring wedding is being planned. MISSIONARY SPEAKS Anna and Ethel Flom had as guests Feb. 9-14 the M. D. Chri- stensens, missionaries from So. Africa. He was speaker at the Evangelical Free church and the Upper, Flat church Sunday. All were Saturday guests at A, C. Discher's. Mr. Christensen showed slides taken in Africa. Other guests were the H.',. E. Hem- mingsens and Theron Hansons CLUBS HAVE MEETINGS Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met Feb. 10 at the home of Eula Rich with Janice Lindhorst assisting. Present were 24 members and a guest. Hand-made gift items were displayed by Violet Walker. Her, linda Kirsch and Judy Pingel had the lesson on storage. The evening club of Four Corners Mothers and Daughters had a pot luck dinner Feb. 11 at the Lutheran hall at Whittemore. Slides were shown and a talk on Ethiopia were given by H. E. Rachut, Jr. of Burt, a Peace Corps volunteer. CREAMERY MEETING > » Farmers Co-op, creamery had a meeting Saturday in the Me>- thodist church basement with 60 in attendance. Wives of directors served lunch. Karl Kiilsholm, candidate for representative, was speaker. He and his family gave several musical numbers. Burton Davidson, Jerry Nielson and Geo. Kunkel were re-elected to the board of directors. TO CALIFORNIA Mrs. Clara Erdman left Thursday by train for Anaheim, Calif, for several weeks with hej daughter Patty, the Gene Wolfs, and with her son the Willy Erdmans. Mrs. Erdman is employed as bookkeeper at the K & H Oil Co. HAS 90TH BIRTHDAY The Tom Beckers joined oth er relatives at the 90th birthday party for her father, Matt Hil bert, at his home in Algona Saturday. The grandchildren anc great grandchildren attended the open house that afternoon OPEN HEART DRIVE The Heart Fund drive is be ing conducted this month, Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen is town chairmen. Workers met at her home Tuesday morning for coffee before the campaign began. WED 47 YEARS the Will Martineks will have their 47th wedding Feb. 26. Be^ cause of ill health no open house is planned, but visitors will be welcome. The Phil Bollards, Algona, vh sited her father, Vine Doughan Sunday. The George Seabergs visited the Philip Seabergs at Ames and David Seabergs at Burlington, February 5-6. Mrs. Henry Van Hove accompanied, them to Ottumwa where she joined Mrs. Robert Van Hove- They went to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., where Pvt. Richard Van Hove is stationed. He received orders to be sent to Germany after completion of his training Feb. 21. Gary Loebig was one of the 21 students from Garrigan in the CYO speech contest at Po- cahqntas Sunday. He won a .superior rating. The music department of Garrigan will give the operetta, Music Man, Sunday and Monday. Jt will be held in the school auditorium at 8 o'clock. The L. U Leases spent Sunday jn, Iowa Falls at their son Loren's. The A! Loebjgs and Lou Simp- fon attended g Mercury motor meeting in Minneapolis, Minn., Thursday and Friday of last week. The baby born to the David Gilberts, Algona, at St. Ann lospital Feb. 9 was baptized Fohn Joseph by Msgr. Gearen. Judy Hilbert and Joe Eisenbacr lier were sponsors by proxy. The baby was taken to an Iowa City hospital Feb. 10^ for medical treatment. Wesley township homemakers met Feb. 15 with Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel, Mrs. Ray Carlson assisting. The lesson was given by Mrs. Grace Simpson and Mrs. Phyllis Zwiefel. New members on the library board are Mrs. Herman Studer and Helen Lickteig. Mrs. Veva Lease resigned after many years service, The Valgene Hansens, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the parental Chas. Price's and Theron Hanson's. The Richard Madsens returned from Rochester where he had gall bladder surgery. The L. T. Roots went to At>- oleton, Wis., Friday to visil their daughter, the Richard Murphys. Enroute they visited their son Ronnie, student at Loras college. "Dubnque / They returned Monday. Ardis Eden, employed at Standard Oil Co., Minneapolis, sqe- nt the weekend at her parental Ben Eden's. Mrs. Kate Flom was expected to be brought home this week from a Lake City hospital where she had been a patient a week following a car collision near there Feb. 7. She had a broken nose and other facial cuts and bruises. Her son Roger, who was driving, escaped in- iuries. He is employed bv Collins Radio at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Joe Skow, Mrs. Lester Elaine. Mrs. George Seaberff and Mrs. Bob Bolenus attended a women's committee meeting in the Farm Bureau rooms in Algona Feb. 7. Mrs. Bolenus gave the lesson on safety. Mrs. Joe Meurer and Jim were guests of the Ralph Kramers at the Holiday Inn, Ft. Dodge, Sunday for the Kramer's silver wedding. Vine Eisenbacher was expected home the fore part of the week from Mercy hosnital, Mason Citv. where he had surgery on his leg that was badly injured when he was hit by a cow at his farm home 10 days ago. He will wear a leg cast for six weeks. Sheila Studer, 7, daughter of the Kenneth Studers, Ban- cx'oft, formerly of Wesley, had major surgerv at Mercy hospital, Mason City Feb. 8. She is a granddaughter of the Joe Stu- ders, Algona, formerly of ley. FOLGER'S COFFEE 3 Lb. $ Can ROYAL--ALL FLAVORS GELATIN Pkgl STORE HOURS OPEN EVENINGS ; * '•• .' •"'!•' (weekdays) For Your Shopping Convenience GRADiD U. S. D. A. CHOICE- AGED TENDER ROUN ! ! BUTTER KERNEL SALE ! ! FRENCH OR CUT Green Beans 3 BUTTER KERNEL TENDER PEAS BUTTER KORNEL WHOLE or CREAM CORN 303 Cans BUTTER KERNEL Kidney Beans 2 No. 3001 Cans BUTTER KERNEL Navy Beans No. 300 Cans Northern Beans No. 300 Cans ; „.&> * EXTRA LEAN GROUND Round Steak WELL TRIMMED BONELESS — ROLLED Boneless Top Round STEAK Rump Roast ,m Boneless L Beef Heel ROAST lib SKINLESS jmm ^^ Frankfurters lb - 49< FULLY COOKED CENTER CUT SLICES BETTY CROCKER (White) ANGEL FOOD Reg. Box COCK-O-WALK NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE MIX . es i KRAFT'S TASTY Box SPICED HERRING Boneless — Skinless CUTLETS 8-Oz. Jar 2 Lb. Can*- ROASTING OR STEWING HENS 'A" GRADE TURKEYS Fruit Cocktail 3 59c APRICOTS FLUFFO Shortening 3 Lb. Can 69c KLEENEX CATSUP NESTLB'S Chocolate Chips - 35c ELM TREE FROZEN Bread 3 l-Lb. Loaves C C f GOLDEN YELLOW BANANA Ibs. REYNOLDS Aluminum Foil 25 Ft. Roll FABRIC SOFTENER NU SOFT SCOURING POWDER LIQUID DETERGENT Reg. Cans Comet Cleanser 2»29c HILAND'S (SI,17 Value) Assorted Snacks 3 PKGS. PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 17 THRU FEB. 23 POLICY You C«»n 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 by Shopping FAREWAY, WE RESERVf THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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