Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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St. Joe girl selected for Girl's State St. JM — Jeanne Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kayser, a junior at Garri- tail high school, has been se lected by the Uvermore American Legion Auxiliary to attend Girls State in June. Trudy Ros* sing, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. D Rossing of Uvermore is alternate. ALGONA tl*wa) ADVANCE-S THUMDAY, APRIL 7, 1*66 TROJAN 4-H CLUB : The March meeting of the St Joe Trojans 4-H Club was helt on March 31st at the home of Dennis Berte. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Don Erpelding. Roll call was answered by naming your favorite TV program. Dennis Berte reminded members the annual club dues are due. Marvin Kohlhaas and Mike Berte were nominated to attend 4-H Camp with Don Erpelding and Jerome Kohlhaas as alternates. Annual 4-H Day was held in Algona on Saturday, April 2nd, with Ken , Erpelding and Rich Berte reminding members and suggesting that all should attend. Projects, which are mostly livestock, were cussed. The meeting closed with the 4-H Pledge led by Randy Berte. Lunch was served by Mrs. Alvin Berte. Marvin Kohlhaas is Club reporter. AIRMAN SELECTED Airman Harlan N. Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert, has been selected for training at Chanute AFB, 111. a: an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman, a 1965 graduate of Garrigan high school, recently completed ba sic training at Lackland AFB Texas. Engaged ST. JOE — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, St. Joe, announce ;he engagement and approach ng marriage of their daughter Mary Susan, and Robert F. Nel son, son of Mrs. Henry Zwick Chicago, 111., and Mr. Gunnen A. Nelson of Temple City, Calif A May 28th wedding is planned Miss Zeimet is a graduate o; Garrigan high school, Algona and is employed at the First Na tional bank at Fort Dodge. He is a graduate of Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., and is doing graduate work at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Mrs. Orville Wagner entertai ned the R-Nu Five Hundred Club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Ed Bormann. Mrs. Peter Kirsch entertains the club on April 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine have returned from a winter vacation with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zeimet and family and Margaret Gales, Hawthorne, Calif. Mrs. Devine is a sister of Mrs. Zeimet and Margaret. Donnie Wagner and George Illg are returning this week af ter 4 months spent in Phoenix, Ariz., where they were employ ed with George Stewart in irrigation work. Enroute and returning they spent several weeks in Colorado Springs, Colo. and were accompianied home by Betty Wagner, employed at Hoi ly Sugar in Colorado Springs. Donnie and Betty are son and daughter of Mrs. Adeline Wagner and George is the son of Mrs. Rosalia Illg. Dick Erpelding, son of Mr and Mrs. Francis Erpelding re turned from Highmore, S.D where he was employed with the Ankeny Farms show cattle the past two months. Lucille Illg assisted with the household duties in the home o her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed M< Guire and family during Mrs McGuire's stay in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and her convalescence. Mrs. Adeline Wagner and daughter Sandy were guests of honor at a birthday dinner at the Imperial Cafe in Bode Monday evening for the former with relatives sharing in the courtesy. Following the supper the group gathered to the home oi Mrs. Wagner for an evening of cards after which birthday cake and ice cream was served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wag ner, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs Orville Wagner and Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner nd Thomas, and John B. Red ng. Graveside services held far baby Graveside rites were held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. at Ca /ary cemetery for Mark Math ew,. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. \ent Hoover, who was horn a the Emmetsburg hospital and ived a day and a half. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the service. Survivors are two sisters and a brother: Kim Marie, Michael D.. and Kay Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover are the paternal grandparents. The Hoovers had moved to Emmetsburg from Algona recently. COUNCIL OFFICER Mount Vernon — Trudy Bartholomew will assume the du ties of the secretary-treasurer of the Student Council at Cornell College for the 1966-67 school year. She will be a junior at the college and is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew Algona. FARM AUCTIONS TWO SALES IN ONE MORNING We will hold a Public Auction on the farms located 15 miles East I'/z North of Estherville; or 3 West, 1% mile North of Armstrong Iowa — On Wednesday Forenoon, April 13 SALE STARTS AT 9; 15 A.M. OLAF McMANUS SALE FARM MACHINERY — 1957 Ford "860" Tractor, with new rub ber; Ford Loader, with snow bucket, manure bucket and crane 1948 Allis Chalmers "C" Tractor and Cultivator; Ford mounted 3-16" trip bottom plow; Ford 7-Ft. Mower; Ford 7-Ft. Flail-type Mower and Stalk Cutter; Ford 2-Row Cultivator; Ford 6-Ft. Blade; Two Rubber-tired Wagons, with Hoist and 6' x 10' barge boxes; Allis Chalmers No. 60 Combine; 4-Section Harrow; McD. Spring- tooth Harrow; McD. Model "440" 4-Row Planter. PICK-UP AND CAR — 1962 CMC Pick-up Truck; 1954 Buick Century Car — PLUS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. JOHN W. LANE, JR. — SAME LOCATION FARM MACHINERY — IHC "400" Gas Tractor, with Power Pak, Hydraulics and Torque Amp.; 1944 Model "H" Farmall; 1946 Ford Ferguson Tractor; McD. F-20 Tractor, with mounted 2M Picker (to be sold as one unit); Allis Chalmers 13V?-Ft. Disk, with grease less bearings, with 14-Ft. 2-Bar Harrow; McD. "60" 3-16" Trip- Bottom Plow; McD. 2-ME 2-Row Mounted Picker, with blower and "400" mountings; McD. "440" 4-Row Corn Planter on rubber; McD. "455" 4-Row Cultivator, with rubber gauge wheels; Horn Manure Loader, with snow bucket and McD. mountings; New Idea 17-A Manure Spreader; Case A-6 Combine, with motor; &• Line 6-Row Trailer-type Weed Sprayer, with 110-Gal. tank; McD 15-Ft. Land Roller; Humboldt Stalk Cutter; M,cD. 8-Ft. Binder Windrower; J. D. 12-Ft. Springtooth Harrow; D^vjd Bradley Ham mermill, with PTO drive; Ford Ferguson 6-Ft. Mounted Mower McD. Rotary Hoe; Case 15-Ft. Tractor, Disk; A. C. 7-Ft. Semi-moun ted Tractor Mower. LIVESTOCK — Smooth-Mouthed Pony with Bridle and Saddle; ' White-faced Coming 2-Yr--old Steers; 2 White-faced Coming 2-Yr. old Heifers; 9 Feeder Cattle. 195? 3 /4-Ton Ferd HtivvQwty PicNp with 4-speed Trans., and 8 Ply Tires. Plui Other M«chin«ry, iuiWingi «"<* FM^in^ iquipmtnt, «nd Household Go«d*. Usu«l Auction Ttrmi •*- Not rtf^onulilf f«r «««i«ltnt$. Olaf McMam I John W .Uie.Jr«, owien CUrk «nd Clark, Auctioneers. Trufl fjB S»vingt JtnJk, Etth«rvill^ Clff k f EVERY WEEK DAY NIGHT FOR YOUR SHOPPING Our Values of Quality Groceries Will Complete Your Easter Feast GOVERNMENT GRADE "A" — 5 TO 14 LB. SIZES GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES CRISPY Green Onions and GREEN TOP Radishes TO 14 LB. SIZES ^ •• TURKEYS 45 HORMEL'S RED SHIELD Bunch SLICED BACON SWEET GOLDEN Yams ALL FLAVORS WILSON'S CORN KING CANNED HAM 5 Lb. 5.59 DUBUQUE CHOICE QUALITY' CANNED HAM 5Lb. 5.89 JELL-0 3 Reg. Pkgs. DESSERT TOPPINGS SHANKLESS — ALL EXCESS FAT REMOVED Worrell's - Swift's Decker's - Kennel's LUCKY WHIP HOME GROWN LIBBY'S Bartlet Pears NO.2J4 CANS USDA CHOICE WELL TRIMMED BEST BLADE CUTS DUBUQUE'S FINEST • BONELESS I '1 59 KRAFT Cream Cheese o MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 3& 69c KRAFT MINIATURE 1 Lb. Pkg. Marshmallows 25c GOOCH'S HILAND 39c VALUE Snack Items 3 BUSTER Noodles 2 39c YELLOW, RED, and LOW CALORIE 46 Oz. Can Hawaiian Punch33 CHARMIN Toilet Tissue 3 « 89c Mixed Nuts 13 Oz. Can SCHULTZ & BURCH COOKIES 3 39c C Value * Pkgs. 00 BUTTER KERNEL SALE BUTTER KERNEL PEAS I9c 303 Can BUTTER KERNEL BUTTER KERNEL CUT Green Beans BUTTER KERNEL Kidney Beans ff 13 BUTTER KERNEL NORTHERN or Navy Beans I". 12 c BETTY CROCKER Cake Mixes 25c Reg. Box Gedney Sweet Chips, Dixie Splits, and Gerkins Sweet Pickles PRICiS EFFECTIVE APRIL 7 THRU APRIL 13 POUCY YPU Can B« Sur« Wh«n Ycu Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get Thf SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At AH The Lowest Prices For fqu«l Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Fastco — All Flavors 33c Ice Cream GRANDEE STUFFED 49c PIZZA Olives 39c 43c

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