Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 2
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a*-ALGO>iA (Iowa) 17, M-D CLUB ELECTS The Union Township Mothers and Daughters' Club met at Ha- 2el Johnson's March 10 with Audra Heerdt and Mildred Richter as, corhostesses. Eighteen members and a former menv ber, -Mrs. Louise ftomstad of Des Moines, was, a guest. Officers fop the coming year were elected: president, Irene Nit- cfials; first vice, Luella McWhorter; second; vice, Mildred Richter; secy.,, Eva Arend; treas., Hazel Johnson; corresponding secy., Maurine Hovey; historian, Bertha Sarchet; publicity, Juba Taylor. The new year begins September 1st. OFFICERS ELECTED March 10 FOUE Corners Mother and Daughter club met at Alvena Walker's With Annette Arend assisting, with 21 members and two guests. Newly elected officers are pres., Ruth Arend, vice, Gladys Eiseribarth, 2nd vice, Minnie Walker, sec.- treas., Bernice Walker, assistant sec.jtreas., Betty Fisher, historian, Ula. Rich. Bernice Walker gave facts of times that happened in the past. Marlys Bjustrom and Beverly Kuecker gave the lesson on care and use of sewing machine attachments. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The winners of the March 7 Duplicate Bridge games were: first, Dean Kinsman and Bill Easier; second; Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman; third, Mrs. Harry Hull and Mrs. Jini Everds. The- next meeting will be at the American Legion Hall on Monday, March 21, at 7:45 p,m. LEAGUE MEETS The annual meeting of the League of Women Voters will be Tuesday, March 22, at the Algona Country Club with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Herman Rach- ut Jr., PCV stationed in Ethopia, will be, the speaker. Reservations must be made by Saturday, March 19, by calling either 295:3223 or 295-5933. KITCHEN SHOWER Mrs. Kent Immerfall, nee Kay Moulton, was given a kitchen shower Wednesday at Mrs. Cecil Will's preceded by a 1:30 luncheon. Other hostesses were Mrs. Ted Chrischilles, Mrs. Bob Williams, and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, HOSTS XI XI CHAPTER Mrs. Phil Diamond, and .Mrs. Willard Zeigler were, hostess to the, Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi at. a. progressive seven o'clock dinner Tuesday evening. A French menu was served. CLUB PINNER The B.p.W. and Soroptimist clubs met for dinner Tuesday eyening at the Algona hotel. CLUB MEETS Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained her birthday club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, Will Runchey and Mrs. Myrtle Lighter were guests. BRIPGE CLVB Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Services are Thursday for Algona woman Funeral services for Mrs. Loren J. White,; 67, will, be held at 1:30 p.m. today (Thursday) at McCullough's Funeral Chapel with Jehovah Witness, Kenneth Davis, Emporia, Kan. officiating, Pallbearers are Dr. Potter, Webb Orton, Gerald Rochleau, Ross Calhoun. Harman Bosworth, Clifford Etherington! Burial is to be in' Evergreen cemetery at Wesley. Grace M. Grubb was bom August 29, 1898 in Clarence, Mo., the daughter of Lawson and Martha Rail iff Grubb. She was married to Loren J. White in 1934 at Bethany, Mo. They had lived near Algona for 25 years. She died Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. Survivors besides her husband are four brothers and a sister: Grover and Walter Grubb, Wesley; Jess Grubb and Mrs. Willie Crail, Algona, and George Grubb, Mesa, Ariz. John Simpson, 79, Whittemore, dies Monday John Wallace Simpson, 79, Whittemore, died Monday at the Nora Springs Nursing home. He was a lifelong resident of the Whittemore area and a, re tired farmer. c^ Funeral services were this morning (Thursday) at 10:30 at the First Lutheran church, Algona, with Rev. Robert Lorenz officiating. John (Wally) was born January 28, 1887 at Whittemore, the son of John A. and Elizabeth Antliffe Simpson. In 1943 he ijiarried Opal Christian at Ruthven. Surviving besides his widow are two sons and two daughters: Mildred, Mrs. Richard Sampson; Santa Anna, Calif.; Eugene, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mrs. Margaret Park, Graettinger; John, Whittemore. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Grace Brunson, Spokane, Wash! There are 12 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Burial was in Plainview cemetery at Whittemore, Pallbearers were Alfred Meyer, Harold Bjustrom, John Mosbach, Joseph Besch, William Hannover, and Vern Teeter. HONSBRUCH WINNERS Names drawn for $10 in gift certificates at the Honsbruch Drug's 12th Anniversary sale .last weekend were Trudy Schil- moeller, Mrs. Clarence Eraser and Mrs. D, L, McArthur, all of \lgona; Betty Krull, Ames; and Diane Pompe, Whittemore, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE . . . Tht Charles Russell Orchestra featuring JIMMY NOONAN, Vocalist (Flaying good standard dance tempos) MTWMY, MUCK It "Home pf Goocl Entermtauiment" On Hwy. 1*9 Next to Johnny's Steak Harbor 1QWA fll FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE HORMEL'S BEST-MEAT TYPE-POM LOWS WILDERNESS PIE MIXES i CHERRY, APPLE, RAISIN, LEMON. i . and FRENCH APPLE:* > MIX or CENTER OUTS ^T , 1 ^U> *•'•• " .\«*< s \ 3 • 1 . LOIN CENTERS mil LOIN END ROASTS IMPERIAL Whole or Rib Half Pork Loins ">• 59« Margarine FRESH SLICED REYNOLDS HEAVY DUTY Aluminum Foil 18 In. Wide 25 Ft. Roll GESHIA 11 Oi. Cans , - • • • • ^r+f %•(•••< Mandarin Oranges 3 i 69c '~ —-••..»••..•-•»•*——*.«•»,-~. i .i.rt a .», J ..,.,.»n^,^ —> «»„»«**., . ^j • ^^^ ^^^ End Pieces GESHIA 15 Oz. Cans Crushed Pineapple 3i59c DELICIOUS HOME MADE LEAN HAM 100% PURE BEEF 3 Lbs. RENWICK GESHIA Cove Oysters 3 1. Longhorn Cheese 59c MY-T-FINE — ALL FLAVORS Puddings 2 19c LIQUID DETERGENT CORAL 32 Oz. Bottle BLEACH CLOROX POWDERED DETERGENT TIDE BERRY VALLEY FROZEN RED RASPBERRIES 4 10 Oz. $W Cans • A I I RED RIVER VALLEY No. 1 RED POTATOE 59 C 20 Lb. JOHNSON'S 14 Oz. $ Can FABRIC SOFTENER STA PUFF Bottle LIQUID STARCH STA FLO A NEW PRODUCT DEL MONTE FRUIT DRINKS ORANGE, FRUIT PUNCH, APPLE, GRAPE 2 46 oz. BOWL CLEANER SANIFLUSH BUSTER MIXED NUTS 13 Oz, Can SCHILLING'S Dlack Pepper PEARS PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 17 THRU MARCH 23 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 fey Shopping FAREWAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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