Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1966
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ji>'^ • Hve;' .' '-••V< '*'< U .'••>"i*-f«it'ffUAiiil 2-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST A Flower Garden Fellowship Breakfast will be held thurjs- day, March 31 at the Methbdist church, This replaces the, former Spiritual bazaar and offerings will be applied on local expenses. Everyone is invited arid Mrs. Roy"Hutzell will be in charge of the program. Come to this unusual breakfast. You wear yotu* flower. A different kind was made for each of our circles and guild, with, a flower for eacn. member. You wear these at the breakfast and you will learn all about your flower. You will find a huge flower garden specially made with a place for each person's flower. The circles with the largest representation will make the most glorious and beautiful garden. LORD'S SUPPER Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered on Maundy Thursday, April 7th at 7:30 o'clock in the Presbyterian church. Baptism of infants will be given Easter Sunday morning, April 10. Monday, March 28, the Guild Circle meeting will be, c , held at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Henrietta Bowman, Mrs. Clifford Carlson, program by Mrs. Hazel Markovetz and devotions by Loyern Johnson. POT LUCK DINNER Mrs. Earl Armstrong of Livermore was given a: tpot-luck surprise dinner Sunday by members of her family. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider and grandson, Gary Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and Linda, Verhon Casler and Adrian Casler. ORDINATION The ordination of Rev. Mack Carlson was held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist church, the rites being performed by Rev. Harvey Steven of Corrall, Minn. Mrs. Steven is a (laughter of the Warren Bowmans. PLAY AT SKATING RINK A The "Mprtician,s." will play at "the skating rink Saturday evening. The group consists of Randy Crail, Denny Guster and Lynn Schmidt. The instruments are two guitars and trap drums. SEWING CLUB Mrs. George Harris entertained her sewing club Monday evening. Lillian Dixon, 89, formerly of Bancroft, dies Bancroft — Mrs. William Dixon, 89, died at Park hospital in Mason City last Wednesday. She had made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Fred O'Dell Sr. of Mason City and had been ill for about three'months.' Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the First Baptist church here with Rev. A. W. Nelson officiating. Burial was in the Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft. 'A Serving as pallbearers were Lee Dixon, Fred O'Dell Jr., William O'Dell, Arthur Berguni; Bert Baldwin Jr. and George Anderson. She was born Lillian Estella McKinnon August 21, 1876 at Marble Rock, Iowa, the daughter of Uriah and Nancy McKinnon. She was -educated there and was married to William Dixon on May 8, 1902 at Bancroft. He preceded her in death'; in 1950. He operated a drayline and Standard Oil 'bulk "station until 1917 when the couple farmed, retiring to Bancroft in 1927. Surviving children are four sons and three daughters. They are Orville Dixon of Bancroft, Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin of Algona, Lloyd Dixon of Bancroft, Mrs. Fred O'Dell Sr., of Mason City, Joseph Dixon of Bancroft, Lyle Dixon of Marshalltown and Mrs. Iva Budrow of DeKalb, Illinois. Two brothers Harry and Earl McKinnon of California and a sister, Mrs. Frank Maxon survive with thirty-one grandchildren and ninety-six great-grandchildren. A brother, the late Glenn Me Kinnon, was the first World War I battle casualty from Bancroft. McKinnon Post of the American Legion was named in memory of him. AUXILIARY MEETS The "Pink Ladies" auxiliary of the Good Samaritan Home met last week Tuesday at the new Home. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. John McGuire entertained her knit and sew.club Wednesday afternoon. Mary lichter rites Tuesday at St. Cecelia Funeral services for Mrs. Joe Lichter were Tuesday at St. CP- celia's Catholic church with Mser.'P. P. Gearen officiating. Pallbearers were nenhews: Phillip Specht. Ronald Kohlhaag. Thomas Arend, Thomas Lichter. Patrick Lichter, and Garv Ludwig. Burial was in Calvarv cemetery with Hamilton funeral home in charge. Marv C. Gisch was born Aug. 22. 1911 in Moorland, the daughter of Lorenz and Eva Lentsch Gisch. The familv came to Kossiath county in 1932. She was married to Joseph Lichter on Mav 7, 1938 in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lichter died Saturday, March 2(J. in the University hospital at Iowa City where she had been a month. She was preceded in death by her mother. Survivors besides her husband are eight children: James. Duke University, Durham. N. C.: Robert. U. S. Army, Viet Nam- Judy Kay, Mrs. James Wibben. Eagle Grove: Dennis, Algona: Betty, student at Mount Loretta Dubuque; Phyllis, Beverly, and Mary Jo at home. Also surviving are her father Lorenz Gisch, and seven brothers and sisters: John. Larrv. and Francis Bernard Gisch, Algona- Fern, Mrs. William Specht. Algona: Dorothy, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Livermore; Ruth, Mrs Puane Arenrt, Algona; Rachel Mrs. Luke Hamilton, Bancroft ^Siere is one grandchild. Mrs. Lichjer had been a niem- t#r of the C D of A, American Legion Auxiliary, and the Union Movers 3Bd Paughters club. Fear of change U a breke on jrofreit, ' ",.;. , Lions plan "Radio Day Algona Lions Club annual radio day will be Sunday, April 3. This is the day when radio station KLGA allows the Algona Lions Club members to play the records and announce the advertising which has been solicited from Algona merchants. Proceeds from the solicitation will be used for the Iowa Lions Sight Conservation Foundation in Iowa City and for local Lions Club activities. Tune to KLGA radio station on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., 12 noon to 12:45 p.m., and 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. when Algona Lions Club members will be doing the announcing and spinning the records. The Lions Club wish to thank all participating merchants and advertisers for their help in mak ing the annual radio day pro ject a success, CANES — Rev. Paul Potter, Alden, has collected walking canes for the past 20 years ancl has a rare collection. Each cane has a story or point of special interest. 1962 FORD Galaxie "50Q" 4-door, with V-8 engine, Cruise-a-matic, radio, solid white with black vinyl interior. 1195" TAVUW MOTOR 00, FORD i MEfiCURY SALE? ^ SERVICE Open Evenings for Your MOfiRELL'S SHANKLESS —ALL EXCESS PAT REMOVED — FULLY COOKED. — TEMPTING i FULL BUTT PORTIONS Center Cuts 98 DUBUQUE BONELESS COOKED Canned Ham 5 IB. con '5.89 H & G FROZEN WHITING 5 Ib Box 1.29 FESTAL PEAS C 0 RN Gulf kist BREADED FANTAIL COCK • O • WALK COCK-0-WALK PEARS 303 $ Cans POST'S NEW Honey Comb Cereal 25c DEL MONTE Grape, Apple, Orange, and Punch F *J_ k^ * I Mix f| /•'„ ~ Aft ruit Drinks 3 69c HILAND POTATO CHIPS Twin Pack Bag 39t FOLGER'S COFFEE 3 Lb. Can 1.98 STRONGHEART DOG FOOD 3 1 Lb. Cans 25c NESTLE'S Chocolate 12 Oz. Pkg, 33c HILEX BLEACH Gallon Jug 49c VAN CAMP PORK & BEANS PRICJS EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 THRU APRIL 6 «—»* POLICY —*«• YPU Can 6« $vr« Wh»n You Shop FAR6WAY, That You Will @ft Th. SAVINGS AQVANTAGES At All Thf Low««t Prictc For Equ*! Quality. You'll SAVE C«*h by Shopping FABEWAY, Wi MSf RVf THi RIGHT TO LIMIT COCK-0-WALK Fruit Cocktail 5 £'1.00 KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUE 3 200Cnt. Boxes KLEENEX PAPER TOWELS 2 Roll Pack 39c CARNATION Evaporated Milk 2 25 JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT 46 Oz. Can 98c JOHNSON'S GLADE Aerosol Can 39c NABISCO COOKIES Oreos and Fig Newton 39c Value ARE WAY I ( ( ) \ ( > \ I 1 ( \ 1 »()()!) 1)1 S 1 U 1 1 t 1 I M > \

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