Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1966
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AL6CNA (Iowa) ADVANCE—d THURSDAY, FEB. 1?, 1964 SOC/ETY 90th birthday GRANDMA Rose Harms celebrated her 90th birthday Sunday, Feb. 13. She has made her home at the Grotte's rest home for four years. She had lived in Titonka for many years. Her many friends will ba happy to know she is in the best of health. There are six living children. Two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Winters, Mason City; and Mrs. Fred Steil, Charles City. Four sons, Timer, Titonka; Hank, Buffalo Center; John, Riceville; and Ralph, Emmctsburg. There are 22 grandchildren. 90TH BIRTHDAY The ninetieth birthday of Matt Hilbert was observed Saturday, February 12. A buffet lunch and birthday cake were served in the afternoon and a family dinner was held at noon. Mr. Hilbert, a former farmer near St. Joe, now lives at 7.04 East North street. He has three sons and three daughters who with their families were in attendance, and are Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona; John Hilbert, Frank Hilbert and Ted Hilbert, Laura (Mrs. Herman Becker) IT- vington; and Dora (Mrs. Thomas Becker), Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hilbert, St. Joe, were accompanied by daughters, Bernadette and Lenore, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker were accompanied by Ronald. Mr. Hilbert has twenty-four grandchildren and thirty-four great-grandchildren. Nearly all ..... of the family,.as r welL as many **"* friends and neighbors''called in the afternoon and the honoree received many gifts and cards. MARRIED IN DALLAS Isabel Laverne Delmere, Ft. Worth, Texas, and Dennis O'Rourke, Dallas, Texas, the son of Mrs. Alice O'Rourke, the former Alice Rist, were married Saturday, January 22, at Meadowbrook Methodist church in Fort Worth. A reception followed the ceremony in Fellowship Hall. Guests attending the reception familiar to Algerians were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs. T, F. O'Haire, Des Moines; Elizabeth H.orton Bedfor, Dunkirk, N.Y. The bride is an airline hostess for American Airlines and Dennis is employed at General Motors in Dallas. CARD PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained at a card party Saturday evening. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Ed Kain, Clarence Siemers, Barney Capesius, Henry Eisenbarth, Louis Cink, Harry Hargreaves and Joe Divis. High score prizes were won by Henry Eisenbarth and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, second high were Mr. Cink and Mrs. Ed Kain. It was also the birthday of Mrs. Capet- sius and she was given a surprise handkerchief shower and birthday cake. MASTER POINT NIGHT Duplicate Bridge group met Feb. 7 at the Legion hall. It was master point night. Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer, Wesley, were first; Clara Zender and Mrs. Don Hutchison, second; Dean Kinsman and Don Prieskorn, third. The next meeting will be Feb. 21, at 7:45 p.m. at the Legion hall. NEWCOMERS MEET Newcomers met Feb. 15 at 7:45 at the Algona Hotel. Hostesses were Phyllis George and Barbara Everist. New members were Marcella Westling and Ma rita Hedeen. The program was by Bill Wyatt who demonstrated the making of jewelry from stones and the barbershop quartette, "Megatones." BRUNCH AND PINNER Mrs. B. A. Frankl, Mrs. Donald Gant, Mrs. Earl Lierly, Mrs. Lowell Smith and Mrs. Craig Smith gave a brunch Monday forenoon and a dinner Monday night at the Country Club. SATHEH CARD Mr. and Mrs. William, Tor- dorff were hosts to their card dub last week Sunday evening. Box 23« BUTTER-NUT Coffee 3 IT GIANT SIZE TID E TWIN PACK HILAND • ••• ••• BB 59' BOX GOLDEN ICECREAM 99' Gallon DI-ZO Gallon BLEACH 29' HOSTESS Cinnamon Rolls Pkg. OLD FASHIONED PINK Can Apple Sauce 8° NESTLE'S Chocolate Chips 5 6-oz.pkgs. $ 1°° Ron & Jack's Food Center GRADE A FRYERS - LAME & CUT UP - GROUND BEEF IBS s 1.17 HICKORY SMOKED PICNICS LB PORK CHOPS FIRST CUT CENTER CUT 49 C 69° BOONE RIVER ALL MEAT FRANKS 55 Ib CLUB STEAKS 69 Ib Beef Roast 49c-59c-69c Hinds BEEF Quarter 41H Sides 46S, I *** 51Pb POTATOES U.S. No. 1 Minnesota WISCONSIN No. 1 Russets $198 5(K S 1 10.: 39 SNOBOY ORANGES 5lbs.79 CELERY IB 19 Onions 10 ^ 39 AVACADOS10 "Always the freshest produce at Ron & Jack's" yvyWUWy^^ "THE WORLD'S FINEST" RICHELIEU CANNED GOODS SALE Kidney Beans 6 s. <1 PEAS COR TOMATOES %iF I 9 PEARS 'EARLY BARTLETT' 5 "'< '1 Green Beans 4C1 PEACHES.. 4 3 c 3 ,° n3 , 1 5 c 3 £ "I 4 c 3 " 1 VW^ Ron & Jack's Food Center t OPEN EVERY NITE UNTIL 9:00 P4A. — SUNDAYS FRQM i:$0 A.M. TQ 12:30 P.M. — USE THE BIG FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • 39c MfMM lOOGiit House Stamps with purchase of ' $2 Health & Beauty Aids MAAMMAftAMMWVIMVMAAAj 25 Gift House j Stamps \ with purchase of ' 2 Boxes of Facial Tissue ' « 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Boxes of Snack Crackers 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 4 Cans of Shasta Orange Drink 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Nestle's Quik 25GiftHouse Stamps with purchase of 2 Heads of Lettuce SOGift House Stamps with purchase of 10 Lb. Bag of Potatoes •A* 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Quart of Western Maid Salad Dressing

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