Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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I^AIOONA (l*w«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AMfl U. tffc i »»-..».-••..-. j. .... _.i . .. » - "ft. - D.A.It M1ETS D.A.R met Tuesday for a ncKm luncheon at the Algona hotel, Hostesses were Mesdames Dot Smith, Grace Johnson. Elizabeth Sfehenck. Gladys Sttalfey, and tt*lUi^«ttersott. Mri. OfWl Bourne gave * report on. the State conference held recently at Des Moines which she attended. DtLPHIAN CLUlfO MEET The Delphian Club will meet Tuesday, , April 19, with Mrs. Matthew Streit. The foreign exchange student Sana Svedman of Stockholm,, Sweden will give a talk on her native home, HOSTS BRIDGE CLUft Mrs. E. B. Carlson is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evenlngr ..... ----------- ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. RuSsell Cook entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. -' ' if '' _ _ _ COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore are entertaining their Couples Club Saturday evening. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Ted ChrischUles will be hostess to her bridge dub Thursday evening. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson •»•»•»»•«•«•»•**»*«»*»•« „ Mrs. Carl, Opheim returned Thursday after several weeks visiting at her son, the Keith Opheiras, Chula Vista, Calif., and with the Bill Wilsons who are also spending the winter in California. Mrs. Opheim accompanied her brother, Clifford. Sween; Marshalltown, to California and also returned with him. He , visited relatives in Arizona. The Dr. P. W, Quallys visited last weekend with his daughter, the Bob Torrances, Red Oak. Mrs. Nora QuilJ ^pccompaniedi the Quallys \f> Red Oafc and visited her daughter, the Randall Fishers. The Dewy/, HuntsJ. Moro, Minn., and Mrs. Bill Hunt and two. daughters, Milaca, Minn., have been visiting several .days, at John Dale's and with other relatives. They came for the funeral of Mr. Hunt's sister last Wednesday! at Cedar Rapids. Bill 'Hunt 'and sons Of Milaca vi sited in Bode over the weekend and his family returned home with him. Mrs. Syneva Dale accompan-i ed %e, Albert •Helles to Wes1 rtelle* were guests of Mrs. Dale. Easter Mrs. Dale was a guest of the Gene iHelles at Dakota City. • ,'•'->> , ; . •.-.•.;. • ; Easter guests at Sophia Etlg- strom's were the Vfernoh Tomp- fcins, Gary Krafts, Larry DUn- lavys, Newton, Jerry Hawkins, Hardy, and Einer Kristianson, Humboldt. It was the 3rd birthday of Mark Kraft. The: Burton Roods had the Garrold Schultzes, Humboldt, as Easter guests, The Seth Amelungs, Iowa City, were weekend visitors at Leon Gangestad's. J. P. Jenson and his daughter, the Chet Younkins, Great Bend, Kan., came home to Bode last weekend after the winter at. his daughter's, home. , Larry Torgerson, Cedar Rap ids, spent the weekend at his mother Mrs. Lucille Tprger spn's. : Mrs; Torgerspn and Larry visited at Marlin Torgerson's in Hutchinson, Minn. Easter. The\C^ W v Hamands, Sac City were guests Easter?of their daughter, the Basil Brocks. The Don Torgersons, psage, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Tor-- gerson's mother, the BiU Reeds. ••'•; ::;',':,;.j;;;':'; : . ... ^ The Art Hansons were guests Easter of their daughter, the Jennings Nielsons, Humboldt. Mrs. Judy Hoover spent several days laiBt week in Des Moines at her daughter, the Gary Bragas. Mrs. Gena Holden, Valley City, S.D., is staying at her brother, Severt Nelson's. The Merle Opheims, Iowa City, Mark Palmers, Dakota City, Mrs. A. J. Onneram, Thor, and Art Monson were Easter guests at. Floyd Palmer's. Sunday guests at Ronald Ol son's, were the James Olsons, Humboldt,. and Mrs. Olson's father, Bert Gardner, Cowrie. Mr. Gardner will visit several days at the Olsons and with the Arnie Wigahs family in Hardy. Mrs, P. W. • Qually, chairman of the Delana Township Red Cross drive, reports volunteers in they drive: /Mesdames Charles Bend Sunday to visit, Mrs,. Hel le's. : mirtheir, Mrs, Barber. • The Thaftoher, Lyle Siefken, Ronald Olson, Art Jenson, Arlis Kinseth, Evelyn Mitzven, Thor Selvig, Riol[iard Matheson, Lucille Torgersbn; P. W. Qually, Orren Olson; Wilfred Wuiff, Grant Olson, Carl Hanson, Donald Rutz, Kenneth Underberg, Ferris Hundermark, Gordon Larson, Conrad Rossing, Carroll Jenkins, Allen Olson, and Marlyn Pflibsen. Roger Broers, English teacher at Twin Rivers, is a surgical patient at Ft. Dodge hospital. The Jim Christiansens, Atlantic, and Don Larsons, Kansas City, visited the parental Art Christiansens Saturday. Specialist or Jack-of -all-Trades? ^•^ m *?^ m •• ^^ More and more, our graduate schools are preparing young men and women for the "Age of Specialization. The jack-of-all-trades can nd longer give satisfactory service if he tries to cope with all of the problems in any particular field. Specialization has become almost mandatory as the horizons of knowledge continue to expand. Savings and loan associations are specialists. They specialize in two fields-savings and hom<* loans. - Today, savings and loan associations provide the facilities for 37,000,000 people to s?y« their money with safety and profit. • " Today, savings and loan associations make more home loans than all other financial institutions combined, over" J. 000,000 in 1964 alone. This specialization provides better services for you and the people in your community. If you are planning to open a savings account or want a home loan to fit your individual need, come in and see us. We are specialists.. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH AccftWftti fully niwtd *i §10*000 Save frojoi the 151h--Ear(i frcw the 1st SINCE Ifl7 - ALCONA, IOWA Saving Aecou»t« insured yg to $JQ,000 by the Federsl Savings »nd Lo»n Insurance e9ff9f»tto» of Wwjbingtoo, p. C. OPEN EVENINGS FQR YOUR SHOPPING OH EVERY SHELF/ i U, S. D. -A. CHOICE BEEF AGED FOR FINER EAfiNG PLEASURE EXTRA APPLES 3 Lb. Bag BONELESS FRESH GREEN Asparagus BEEF HEEL MAST Ib. 73 BONELESS STEW BEEF Ib. 6* 8 Oz. Bunch ALL MEAT BOONE RIVER FARMS SKINLESS MORTON'S FROZEN Lb. Cello CLEARFlELD AMERICAN PROCESS 2 Lb. Box Cheese Spread 8 COUNTRY STYLE. PORK RIBS MORRELL'S PRIDE SELECTED LEAN Sliced con 12 Oz. $ I" GENUINE SPRING MORRELL PRIDE LOIN LAMB SKIPPY KELLOGG'S Special-K •' - •. - • <J Boxes HERSHEY'S 16 Qz. Can 1C BUTTER-NUT BONUS PACK Instant Coffee 1.09 NABISCO 1 LB. BOX Premium Crackers 29c HEINZ Tomato Soup 4 > 39c Buy4-6ilOneFrti! POWDERED DETERGENT ^<J^^> li^JJ^ il^^^Xt ^^^m< '^^^ CHEER King Size JOHNSON'S PLEDGE 14 Oz. Aerosol s SCOTTIES Facial Tissue IQc 100 Count Box JOHNSON'S 46 Oz. Can LIQUID DETERGENT Quart Bottle VETS FOOD VAN CAMP & Beans 4 300 Cans COFFEE WITH THIS COUPON! g REDEEMABLE ONLY AT: FAREWAY STPHf, ALGONA LIMIT ONE COUPON COUPON EXPIRES: PiR PACKAGE PURCHASED APRIL 20, 1966 Gold Medal FLOUR PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 14 THRU APRIL 20 POLICY YPU Cm §• $vrt Wb«n Y»M Sh»p FARiWAY, Th«t Ytu Will Sft Th, SAVINGS APVANTAQES At AH Tilt Uwtftt Prifff F«r EqMii QMiUty. Ypu'H SAVE Ctih by Shoppina FAREWAY. WE If$iiVi THE RICJHT TQ LIMIT QUANTlTlfi

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