Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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AtOONA (itwi) AOVANCI-S THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 19*6 Alionan to collt|i as hall hommotliir ERMA LEA DEIM Storm Lake — Erma Lea Deim, Algona, will begin he work as White Hall men's resi dence housemother at Buen Vista college, beginning in Jun for the first summer session City, was • we«k«nd visitor *t the Robert Blacks. Sunday Mrs. Belilah Richardson, Algona, was also a visitor for a bitthday dinner tor Roberta, 9, daughter of the Robert Blacks. The Robert Blanks and Hugh Black and cnildren went to Des Monies ladt Thursday tor the SKetoaii tournament. Harold Sabin was one of a group ot men who toured the Jargiil Research larrn north of Minneapolis last week Monday. 1 ne, trip was made in a Cargui bus equipped With table, ciiairs and rtmgerator stocked with ood. • • -v. Mrs. Harold Sabin, David and 'eggy, accompanied the Uuane Kiieys to Lies iviomes last Tiiurs- ttay. Tney attended the basket- bail games. George Olsen had a birthday March 14 and evening guests were the Gilbert Benschoters, Artnur benscnoters and granu- son Kevin, and the Harold Sabins. uuests at John Simons' Friday evening tor Mis. Simon's birthday were the Harold batons. bunday visitors at Ronald Sabin's were the Charles Rieset- ters, Eldora. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mrs. Ardain Eastman went to White Hall has 144 freshman boys at present; a 100-bed addition will be completed by September. Mrs. Deim, a native of Algona. is a widow and the mother of a son and daughter, Gretchen, 19, and Jon, 17. She attended Drake university and Emmetsburg Junior college and has been active in the Congregational church, League of Women Voters, Republican Women, Legion Auxiliary, Garden club, United Fund, Adult Education Program, 4-H, Girl and Boy Scouting, and is a nationally accredited judge of flower shows. Irvington By Mae McLean The Clarence Siemers left Saturday for Dyersville for the weekend with Mr. Siemer's uncle, the Otto Hagemans. The Siemers also visited a cousin of Mr. Simer's at Greely, the Albert Hunts. They returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Gales, St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker, Livermore, were Sunday guests at Bernard Capesius's for Mr. Capesius's birthday. The Howard Lowmans and Robert Skillings were in Fort Dodge Saturday on a combined business and pleasure trip. The Jack Frideres, Wilming ton, 111., visited his parents, the Marvin Eischens. They also visited her parents, the George Rickes, Wesley. They returned to Wilmington Monday. Francis Froehlich entered the Methodist hospital in Roches- City, was a weekend visitor of ter, Minn., Tuesday, March 15 where he had major surgery Monday. Mrs. Esther Hendricks, Siou Ogden Tuesday to visit the former's mother Mrs. Henry Stevens. The woman Mrs. Stevens keeps house for recently broke a hip and is hospitalized. Tne LeRoy Cnmtiansens were Sunday guests oi tne Merrill Tornows, Carroll, and were sponsors at the christening of Kelly and Keith, o months old sons ot tne Tornows. Mrs. Tornow is a sister of Mr. Cnristian- sen. Guests at Kenneth Potter's, Algona, last Tuesday for son Loren's 7th birthday were the A. J. Eastmans, Carroll Potters, Gerald Colemans, Judy Coleman and Jim Romer. Cindy, Kay and Theresa, laughters of the Dewey Skil- ings, Algona, were Sunday vis- tors with their grandparents, he Robert Skillings. The par ents were evening visitors. Truck loaded with 49 cattle mired in mud Bancroft — A semi-trailer loa ded with ,49 cattle became mirec in the mud here Thursday whil enroute to the Algona Livestock Market and had to be pulled out by a city maintainer. The accident occurred about 6 a.m. when the truck ran off the road and into the ditch south of the Hy Grade Food Products Livestock Yard. The truck became mired in deep mud and the cattle were unloaded and reloaded into a Menke Truck Line straight truck and taken to the George Merron livestock yard. Fay Asche, operating a Bancroft city maintainer, pulled the semi out of the mud and the cattle were reloaded. •xptct complimtnU in Spring suits by 50 00 New two-button side vent or 3 button center vent styles with plain front trousers. Lightweight wools, fancy weaves or solid colors. Regulars, shorts and longs. CHARGE IT and SAVE, too at SAL FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE ROYAL —ALL FLAVORS Gelatin 3 Reg. Pkg, GOLD MEDAL FLOUR SUNSHINE KRISPY Crackers SWANSOOWN Cake Mixes BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 2 Ib. Can S 1.29 LAUNDRY AID Miracle White 69 < LIQUID DETERGENT CAPRI 22 Oz, Bottle CLEANSER 2 ,| •> n -l,t>, --rl ^frll Reg. Cans LETTUCE Radishes and Green Onions Bunch ^^**^*^ m ^^ USDA ! CHOICE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^gg^g PR i as- MORI U.S.D.A. GOVERNMENT GRADEl} CHQIClTplEEF AGED FOR FINER EATING PLEASURE .««»*«' .- ;(d H , » ,< -'.)J| ,...,-.-; .. e STAN DING RIB ROAST r-jn SWIFT'S PREMIUM ALL MEAT SKINLESS Pound Package FRANKS 59 HORMEL'S A SWIFT'S PREMIUM MORRELL'S 12 Ox. Pkg. Sliced Bacon BUY YOUR HOLIDAY CANNED HAMS EARLY!! THESE ARE THE FINEST & -'•'I 4 69 5 FRESH FRYING CHICKENS ROASTING CHICKENS & CAPONS SEA FOODS: PERCH HADDOCK - CATFISH COD - SOLE - HALIBUT CAL IDA FROZEN French Fries 2 9 Oz. Boxes 19c HUNT'S Spinach 3 35c WITH, THIS COUPON!, 24 01. (Hseokoifc 75* REDEEMABLE ONLY AT: FAREWAY STORE, ALGONA LIMIT ONE COUPON COUPON EXPIRES: ' PER PACKAGE PURCHASED MARCH 30, 1966 (ML HUNT'S Fruit Cocktail 3 No. 300 Cans 59c HUNT'S Tomato Sauce HUNT'S Cling Peaches c NO. 2 CANS HUNT'S, 2 8 Oz. Cans 19c GEDNEY SALAD Dressing Whole 3 No. 300 Cans SUNSWEET 32-Oz. Bottle Quart Jar 33c Prune Juice 39c MA BROWN Apple, Grape, Crabapple, Mint, Cherry or Cinnamon Apple Assorted Jellies 2 '• 39c BRACH'S CANDY Circus Peanuts 2 11 Oz, Bags 49c MA BROWN Chips, Sweet Mixed, and Sweet Gherkins Sweet Pickles 12 Oz. Jar c PET INSTANT Powdered Milk ' 89c PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 24 THRU MARCH 30 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 by Shopping FAREWAY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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