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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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THUftSPAV, MARCH 3,'WW ALeQNA' (Iowa) AOVAMCI-S 40TH WEDDING . Mr. and Mrs. James Allen celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary Sunday and had dinner at Van's Cafe with their attendants of forty years ago, Mr. and Mrs. William Geering. Other guests were Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook,, the latter of whom was also observing a birthday, Mr. and Mrs. William Bestenlehner, and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Van Allen. Arrangements for the dvent were made by their sons, Jack, of California and Dick and William Allen and their Wives. The honorees were presented with a money tree. Mr. and Mrs. Allen were married in the Methodist church by Rev. Charles Seward. Mr. Allen at that time was employed at the American Express office by his brother-in-law, Walter Good. \ ville, Ky., former Algerians, will iave their 50th wedding March 4. Because Mrs. Cpleman had & stroke seven years ago there will be no celebration. However, cards and letters would be appreciated. Their address is 2714 SoUth 7th, Louisville; 15, Ky. Two daughters live here, Phyllis, Mrs. Emil Lovstad, and Elizabeth, Mrs. Homer Greg- dry. 40TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herberts, former Algonans came from Montevedeo, Minn, to attend, the Mr. and Mrs. James Scuffham fortieth wedding anniversary Saturday evening. They have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe. Sunday they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erickson whose son Leslie's tenth birthday was being observed. ICE CREAM SOCIAL The Algona Promenaders had their ninth ice cream social Saturday night at the VFW where they served 53 gallons of home made ice cream and 400 persons square danced. A display of square dance clothes was shown by Wigwam Pony Farm, Blue Earth, Minn. Winners of door prizes donated by Taylor Motors were Harold Hynes, Ruthven; Everett Johnson, Harvey Work and Monford Petersen, Swea City; Jerry Oxley, Corwith; Hank Boisen, Roi)|'<3; Darrell Johnson, Bode; Jim Justice, Ringsted; David Angell, Mason City; AJ Larson, Granada, Minn.; George Curtis, Blue Earth; and Kenneth Voight, Fairmont. Caller David Lightly, Des Moincs, is married to the former Ruth Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons. BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuma cher entertained at dinner in honor of the birthday of Earl Sheppard, 70, February 22. Oth er guests were the honoree's wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haag and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wagner of Wesley. ENGAGEMENT DINNER Mrs. Sally Arrowood entertained at. dinner Sunday for her son. Gregory, and his fiancee, Judy Kay Abbas, on their engagement. Guests were parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abbas Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Abbas. Harold Abbas and Louis Bastian, all of Humboldt. Others attending were the Ted Abbasses Jr. and Sheila, of Bancroft, and the D. A. John- Sons, Dickens. '-Miss Abbas's birthday was also observed Gregory is home on furlough and will leave tomorrow (Friday] for Fort Rucker, Ala., to attend an aircraft maintenance school. HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. H. W. Miller was hostess .0 her bridge club Friday after noon. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs W. Stillman and Mrs. M. G 3ourne respectively. HOMEMAKERS MEET Union Township Homemakeiv met at Mrs. Harold Hunts fo a pot luck dinner Feb. 24. Mrs Darrol Mosher gave the extension lessor on storage, and Mrs. John Rich had the lesson on safety. SILVER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard attended the Silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James Besch at Whittemore February 19. Ron Griffin, new manager at Iowa Finance Co., was transferred from Clarion and began his duties here Wednesday. Doug Schuster^ former manager of the firm, was transferred to Dixon, 111. in the same capacity. Mrs. Griffin and the three children will move here as soon as living quarters are found. SELL MOVIE TICKETS Zeta Zi Chapter of Bete Sig ma Phi met February 21 at Marcia Nelson's. A short business meeting was conducted by Corrine Shimel. Tickets are being sold by the chapter and also Xi Xi chapter for the movie, "For the Love of Mike", plus six color cartoons. It will be March 5 at 10 a.m. at the Algona Theater. Orville Duncan spoke on outdoor landscaping. Next meeting is March 14 at De McGuire's with Virginia Seaburg co-hostess. Jeff Priebe will have the lesson. BAPTISMAL RITES Baptismal rites were held Sunday at Storm Lake in St. Mary Catholic church for Cheryl Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton, born February 6. Sponsors were Mrs. Walter Woods and Don Intermill, the latter of Titonka. Others in attendance were Mr. Woods and Mrs. J. L. Intermill of Titonka, spouses of the sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'Metzger Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore and family. M-D CLUB TO ELECT Union Township Mothers and Daughters club will meet March 10 at Hazel Johnson's. Co-hostesses are Audra Heerdt and Mildred Richter. Roll call is my biggest laundry problem. The program is in charge of Lois Busch, home economist, and will be on changes in laundry methods. There will be election of officers. The nominating committee is Mae Schenck, Bernadette Reilly, and Julia Tay lor. Hot line news is by Helena Dodds. Evelyn Earing is honored at an open house Lone Rock — An open house was held Sunday afternoon at the Legion hall Feb. 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. for Mrs. Evelyn Earing, who was postmistress for 42 years in Lone Rock She retired last month. There were 100 present. Mrs. L. Newbrough presided. Mrs. Roy Jensen read a poem of the life of Mrs. Earing. Mrs. Wm. Marlow sang a solo, Lucille See- gebarth read a poem. A quartet from the Presbyterian church .sang. The quartet was composed of Rev. Bullock, Michael .Lee, Mr. LeRoy Bras and Gary Rath. Lunch was served by the Legion Auxiliary members. A cake was made in the shape of the ocal postoffice and the bricks f ice cream had a United States eal on them. It was sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary and backed by he business people. WED 25 YEARS The Hollis Benschoters cele brated their 25th wedding on Feb. 27 with an open house at their home. Assisting their daughters, Harriet and Ruth, who are both students at the univer sity of Iowa, were Mrs. Floyd Bode, Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs Clifton Benschoter, Mrs. Arthui Benschoter, Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter, Mrs. Stanley Gardner and Mrs. Ronald Gardner. Alice Jane Bode had the guest book. WED 50 YEARS . The Ross Colemans, Louis 1961 FORD 2-door Hardtop Galaxie, V-8 engine, Cruise-a-matic, radio, two-tone turquoise and white with turquoise interior, NEAR NEW TIRES, extra nice. 1195" TAYLOR MOTOR 00, FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Monarch PEACHES 4 No. 2 V» Cans $ 1 8 Oz. Bottle Box Dutch Loaf CHEESE 2>49 C Western DRESSING GIANT CHEER Hormel's QLEO Ib. 19° Gold Medai FIOUR 25 1.79 Folger's COFFEE 2 1.39 1-Va Lbs. Raisins HUNT'S 46 Oz. Can Tomato Juice 3 for 89° Teddy Bear Toilet Pink or White Tissue 10 rolls 79° MONARCH 303 Cans Fancy Beets 8 <" si COLLEGE INN Chili 4 cans $"J SKINNER'S Shortcuts 2ii»-39c VAN CAMP'S No. 2 Cans Pork 'n Beans 5'«$1 SUMMIT MANDARIN 11 Oz. Cans Oranges • • 4'° r 99 c JENO'S i. Size Pizza Mix* • • -43 C MONARCH TV Dinners 39 Orange Jc. 6 5 1 MONARCH FROZEN 6 Oz. Cans FISH SALE Codfish Northern Pike Haddock 12 oz. portion Perchl2oz. portion Perch Fillets PUT 4 SNO BOY Head LETTUCE 1 9c QREEN ONIONS . . 2 for 1 Be GREEN PEPPERS 2 for 19c RADISHES . . 2 bunches 19e TOMATOES , . , Ib. 19e ENDIVES , , . each 19e AVAGADOS , , .each lOc EXTRA LARGE SNO BOY Oranges Dozen 49c NEW & DIFFERENT: Green Top CARROTS 2 bunch "19« MMMMIMMMI 25 Gift House Stamps with ptirchftfte of 2 Pltgs, Marshmallow* 25 Gift House Stamps with purttitit df 7SK 25 Gift House Stamps • with purchase of Bag of Popcorn 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Lbs. Sno Boy Carrot* 25Gift House with purchase of Bag of Potato Chips (49c size or larger) ICOGift House s with purchase of $2 of Frozen Foods MMMAAMMWMMMMWIMIMMVIj 100 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Canned Ham (3 Ib. or more) 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 10 Lbs. of Potatoes i ;! i s . CUT UP - GRADE A FRYERS "%, -,. Legs • • • Hi- 49° Wings lb - 29« Thighs • • Hi- 49° Breasts lb - 59 C Backs & Necks 19' Giblets ">• 39' COLUMBIA BACON 59 C Ib RATH'S ALL-MEAT Red Leaf LETTUCE bunch Camelia Lb. WhiteGrapeslO WIENERS ib.5& Spare Ribs n>. 33< Pork Tenderloin 8*1 BEEF LIVER 3 u» 1 Ground 17 Jack's Food Center ,s* 9 OPEN EVERY NITE UNTIL 9:00 P.M. — SUNDAYS FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M. — USE THE BIG FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • '""

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