Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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Susan SUSAN IRENE Nitchals, .daughter of,MiY and Mrs. .Louis Nitchals, and Anthony .George,Col: off, .son ,of Mr. and Mrs. {Chris Petroff .of. Mason, .City, .were married at .eleven o!clock <on April 23 at St. Cecelia's sCatho- lie,church with Fr. James Bruch officiating. 'The. bride was attended by Mrs. Vernpn Leister, of Sioux Falls, S. D/, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were 'her sister, Linda Nitchals, and Mrs. Carol Schaefer, Rockwell. , jBest man was \pU Jtessler, of St. Paul, Minn. Groomsmen were James Nitchals, ^brother of tfie <pride, and David garner, of l)es Mqihes! i ,, ! JJgihers yimp iCiir.pl Schaefer, Rockwell, and Michael Nitchals, Brother of"Uie bride. Josei>h JGb- ecke and'Mark ^litchals, brother qf ,the bride, weije acolytes. So- loisi v was .Florence -McGwire ac- conipajued jiy "Sjstef Virginia Marie. -"" •' i^ buffet dinner was served at the Algpna (^untry "Club following;'the "ceremony. Mrs. Richard McClairi, Ceklar Rapids, had the gijiest book.""" Eleanpr-Punn, Karen ,Swift, and tiayid Curtis, '.all of Mason City, "served punch'."" Kathryn Cumins, Ruthve,n, and Mrs.' Alfred Schenck poured. Mrs. Richard Brbiyn, Osseo, Minn., and Jeanne .Christianson, Mason C$y, ,«& >the cake. Mrs. David garner, Des Mbines, Mrs. Jloger .'.' Kelber, M^rshantown, anti Mary Lou Nitchals bj>ened raiarried Photo by PouncUtone. t—ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY. APRIL Ss, 1966 Harlcy Adams, COCK-O-WALK THICK FOR BROILING OR REGULAR FOR FRYING No. 2'/z Can Hosts and hostesses were. Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Clasing, Ruthven, and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nitchal3J ,Qmaha, Neb. , . . Waitresses were Cathy Currans, Emmetsburg, Sharon Andreasen, Charles City; Sherry Thomas, Estherville, and Jeanette yigdal. She is a nurs^ at Mercy hospital and he is a radio announcer for station KRLB in Mason City where they are living. Four from FFA lo slate meeting Four AHS members of Future Farmers of America will attenc the state leadership conference Friday and Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Ce*- dar Rapids. Official delegates of the local chapter are Matt Clark president, and Tom Kain, vice president. Others going will be Roger Meyer and Merlin Metz ger with Mr. Sefrit, advisor. carpenter, dies Funeral services were held for 'Harley L. Adams, 69, at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the McCullqugh's Funeral Chapel. Rev. N. .Cbughenour officiated. Burial was in Riverview Cemetery. John Golwitzer, Ray Sewick, August Schmidt, Bennie Wibben, Kenneth Meyer, and Fred Hagen were pallbearers. Harley L. Adams was born August 15, 1896 in Algona, the son of William and Rebecca Pettit Adams. He married Grace Wilson in. Fairbault, Minn, on May 24, 1920. Mr. Adams was a retired carpenter. He died at his home on Saturday, April 23. Survivors besides his wife are a son and three daughters: Marlys,.Mrs. Robert.. Etherington, Ridgecrest, Calif.; Letha, Mrs. loward Redemske, Burt; James Sagle Grove; Lois, Mrs. Kenneth Dillon, Springfield, Mo. A sister, Mrs. Laura Kelley, Vinton, also,-survives. : , ,;,. - '^' *"*•' :.,.' t •> :*M --.",' play to be presented Friday night . Ledyard —• The Ledyard senior class play, "In Case of Murder", will be presented on Aprjl 29 in the school auditorium at 8:00. The cast is as fol- lpws:_ Steve Barslou, Bonnie Udstuen, Fred Munyer, Sue Richardson,. .Ci'aig .Lloyd, Jim .Richardson, Eugene Dontje, Vicki Thilges, Barbara Schroeder Betty Beck, Scott Blome, Clau^e Wilhelmi, Carolyn Johnson Junior Bartolo and Ron John son. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. La vern Sifrit and family of Stew art, Minn, visited with her mo ther, Mrs. Mildred Ternes. Den't Miss The TITRATIONS FRIDAY, APRIL 29 DANOIM STARTS AT 1:00 P,M, FRWAY, DAY 6 Conversions THE PINE ROOM HOTEL- ALOONA OPEN EVENINGS CONVENIENCE HILAND STICK or TWISTS MORRELL'S SHANKLESS - A»-L EXCESS FAT .REMOVEb ~ PULLY COOKED — FOR A PJJLL mi ft, PORTION WILSON'S or DECKER'S TASTY BRAUHSCHWEKER Ik 59c CORN KING LEAN BACON FULLY COOKED CANADIAN Ib DRESSED H & G WHITING SHORTENING COUNTRY ^ LEAN MEATY $119 1 Reg. Pkg. Family Size CURTISS ROYAL MINIATURE CURI ^^ ^^ ^ Marshmallows 2 39 C Strawberry Presv. 3 MA BROWN 12 Oz. Jars $ 1 NESTLE'S Chocolate Chips 2 12 Oz. Bags 69 FASTCO —l ALL FLAVORS ICI CREAM half gallon 49c HERSHEY'S 1 Lb, Can Chocolate Syrup 19< SUPREME Club Crackers & 37< See Free Butter Offer FLEISCHMANN'S rLciav.nmMnri a ^^^ Margarine 2 Pkgs, •.•V'.'.T 69° DIAMOND 18 in. x 25 ft. Roll 49* BUTTER KERNEL Peas 5 BUTTER KERNEL Corn STRONGHEART 1 Lb. C«n» Dog Food 3125 PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 28 THRU MAY 4 CELLO RADISHES, CUKES and 8REEN PEPPERS for CLOTHES CONDITIONER Sta-Puff s 39 LIQUID STARCH Sta-Flo Half Gallon 39 BAR SOAP Dial 4H59 POLICY You Can Be Sure When Y«y Stop FAREWAY, TM You Will Q»t Tht SAVINGS APVANTAGES At AM Tht Lewtft Priw* For Equ#l Qy«lity. Y«v'li SAVE Cash by SMpping FARAWAY. WE RESERVg THi 1J9HT TQ LIMIT QUANTITIES A R EWAY » ( <) N < > \ i K ' \ i TORE i *•> i u l it i I M > \

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