Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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/• , (l«wa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 5, u ^ fii- Titonkans Golden wedding Titonka — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson \Vill have their golden wedding with an open house Sunday, May 8, at Fellowship hall of Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka from 2 to 5 p.m. There will be a program at 2:30 p.m. Hosts will be their children: Mrs. Lowell Bentley, Titonka; Mrs. Wayne Koppen, Elmore; Gene and Richard, Fort Dodge; Merle, Wesley, and Larry, Clear Lake. Charles Fox and son patrol school at Des Moines was ,Tom have returned from Der- fonda, Wis. where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Fox 1 nep (hew Richard, son of Mr. and iMrs. Howard Morton and Cyn- 'thia Phaneuf. They were also %t St. Croix- Falls, Wis. visiting Vith Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barslou 'and came home via St. Paul, 'Minn, to visit the son Kenneth JFox. V. Mr. and Mrs. Robtrt Drtycr -and son Mike spent Sunday at 'Estherville with the former's ^brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ^and Mrs. William Zumach. f Wendell French was dismissed last week Tuesday from St. ;Ann where 'he was hospitalized •for treatment of pneumonia. „ Mrs. Howard French is hospi talized at Iowa City but is now ;able to walk a little. She had .surgery- for adhesions from pre- Jvious surgery. ;< Mrs. Minnie Hinken has re .tyrned from a four months visit at Altadena, Calif. with her 'sister, Mrs. W. J. Storm. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley iwent to "Minneapolis, • Minn. Monday and for a couple of days will attend the General .Motors meeting. They will also t yisit their daughter Cindy who •attends college at Stv Pau'l. ; ' Mr, and Mrs. Tom Verhuel h,ad Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allison of Chariton as weekend evests. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakhnd 'Attended the funeral services Monday at Rake for W. R. Jens- jvold, brothfir-in-lsw of Mrs. Oakland, He died Friday in the :Veter»ns ho«t>ital at Minneapo- ;])<?. Minn, Mrs. Oakland left /Saturday to be with her sister Mr. *nd Mrs, Boh William* the Drake Relays Saturday. at Des -Mr. *hd Mrs. Andrew Hanson had Mr. and Mrs. Garmer Ewen of Amboy, Minn, as guests Sundav. ; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk were recently visited a dav by their son and dauehter-in-law home for a weekend visit with his-parents,"Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert,, Bob and Jimmie Bernau, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bernau of Charles City spent the weekend here with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert while the parents were attending a meeting in Des Moines. The oldest son David stayed at Whittemore with the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau. Mrs. Milton Dahl spent the weekend at Rock Rapids' with her son Craig Vinson and wife. Mrs. Vinson is making good recovery from a disc ailment which has troubled her for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graniow were visited Saturday by their son Rev. Boyd Granzow and family of New Ulm, Minn. Rev. Granzow had a meeting to, at- 'tehd at Fairmont, Minn., so they came here for a brief visit. Kathleen Griffin Who teaches in the school system at Garner ; spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mel Griffin. Mrs." Tom Ellefson, sister of Mrs/John" Hanselman is expected home this week from Mason City where she had surgery at Park hoswital. Mrs. : Edna Harr is spending several weeks at Colorado Springs,'Colo, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. M; Conlcv. Mrs. Georqe Harris spent "Mothers' Weekend" with her 'laughter Marilyn, a student at *he State College at Cedar Falls. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. John Schultz. vyho.yisjtert.. with her son-in-law •>nd daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Randall Bebb. Other mothers from here in attendance were Mrs. W. F. who was «*uest of her Mr. anrj Mrs. Fred Funk Hnmboldt. o<" Mr, end Mrs. Kenneth Geilen- will have as guests the weekend their over and friend Richard Shaw of Toledo. Both are students the state university at Iowa Ci- tv. Jacqueline Kinden will also he home to visit her twrents. Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Kinden. and is a student at the univer- sitv. Mr. and Mrs, John Gerber were visited one dav this week hv their daughter Mrs. George Bruellman of West Bend. Other guests Sunday were Frnma Luthi. Marv Elizabeth Trout and Jessie. Fehr of West Bend. John Gilbert who attends the daughter Sally, Mrs. Dean Parrott who was guest of her dan- iter Jndv. and Mrs, David Smith, guest of hor daughter Diane. Mr*, Hilda Gronwall has returned from California where she spent tne past six months •>t San Dieg.o with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, George Savles, and 9t Fnllerton with her son and daughter-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gronwall. She. made the trip via olane and noon landing at Minneapolis. Minn, spent a few days with another son and his wife. Mi*, and Mrs. Robert Grnnwall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Happ are exnected this week from Monrovia, Calif, and will spend the. summer here with various relatives and their many friends. For Mom's big day, what better way to celebrate than to dine out in honor of Mother! It will be our pleasure to serve her. VAN'S RESTANUMT Hwyi. 1| A IOWA ?fS47)7 and we're kinda on pw«««w 'too! YOUR SHOPPING . • ,-.,•, "''0!! %lu.- , ,'. i ;,••'.'. '/ -.•...•I*. .;«r- t "\ GRADE "A" F RESH ICE PACKED CHICKENS LMNT MEAT QUARTERS DARK MEAT QUARTERS BONELESS - m» , C A N N E D HAMS 4-lb. Size ALL MEAT — SLICED OR CHUNK BOLOGNA LARGE BEST BLADE ROASTS GOVERNMENT GRADED USDA CHOICE BEEF FOR TENDERNESS & FLAVOR BONELESS CUBED — LEAN STEWING RENWICK PIONEER LOKGHORN CRUSHED SALAD BOWL PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 29c ROYAL — ALL FLAVORS DESSERT TOPPING Quart Bottle Lucky Whip 8 otpkg. 69C DROP-O-GOLD IMITATION Pkgs. U M» it VANILLA 8 01. bod.. 23C KELLOGG'S Special-K 6'/ 2 Oz. Box TENDERLEAF Instant VAN CAMP BETTY CROCKER SUMMER DRINK ROYAL PORK&BEANS I MIRACLE PKGS. CAKE MIXES N0.2- CANS 1 Box Royal Gelatin Reg. Box CREAMETTE Elbow Box KRAFT PLANTERS Cocktail % Oz. Can 2i69c Salad Oil 55c WATER SOFTENER Quart Bottle TENDER CRISP PUFF'S Facial Tissue LETTUCE CALGON 25c 1 Lb, Box FURNITURE POLISH Heads 400 Cnt, Boxes JUST IN EACH DAD'S Root Beer AVACADOS 10 PLEDGE 1.09 14 Oz, Can Quart Bottles EFFECTIVE MAY 5 THRU MAY 11 POLICY Y9V C«n §• |ur« Wh«n Yeo Shop FAREWAY, Thit You Will 9ft Tht SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All Tht Lfwtit Prifti Pinr fqvtl Qu«li»y. 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