Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 3
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r Presides over Conference THE NORTH CENTRAL District Student Council Conference was held at Rockford April 28, Sue Moulton, Algona, presided over both sessions of the conference. Main speaker for the day was psychologist Lyle Kelley from the Mental Health Center of North Iowa. Newly elected district officers are; Back row: Steye Nannenga, North Manly, and Chris Murray, Mason City Public, District Cabinet officers; Jirn Flemming, .Mason City Newman, State Cabinet. Front row: Shelle Hook, Mason City Public, State Cabinet; Dave Bailey, Mason City Public, vice- president; Larry Jones, Charles City, president; Phyllis Moulton, Algona, secretary; and Doug DeRock, Mason City Newman, treasurer. ; ", . •/.. '•;• Ex- New York stock fight Bancroft — A former Bancroft /man, Arthur J. Lonergan who owns 40,500 shares'in the Crucible Steel Co. of America, is one of a committee seeking a change in the management of the company according to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal. The committee of which Lonr ergan is a member has 131,550 shares of the 4,250,698 outstanding. He was born and raised in Bancroft, is a graduate of St. John's high school and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lonergan, who owned and operated the Bancroft theatre for many years. Also on the committee with Lonergan is Dr. William H. Rosen bail, who was an intern in a Chicago hospital at the same time Mrs. A. J. Berens was taking nurses' training there. Crucible Steel was quoted at $30 per share on the market May 2, making Mr. Lonergan's holdings at $1;215,000 in the company. Ex-Bancroft lady dies in Minnesota Bancroft — An ex-Bancroft woman, Mrs. William Benson Sr. of Mapleton, Minn., the former Dorothy Welp, died suddenly at her home Monday. She is survived by her husband, three sons and a daughter. Also surviving are three brothers including J. H. and Art Welp of Bancroft and four sisters including Mrs. Roy McGuire and Bertha Welp, also of Bancroft. OPEN HOUSE SHOWER Ledyard — There will be an open house shower honoring Miss Delores Krebsbach, daughter of the Jack Krebsbachs, at the Sacred Heart Catholic chu< rch May 7. She will be married to Richard Louis Kahler, son of the Herman Kahlers, Bancroft, May 14 at the Sacred Heart church. LuVerne host to zone rally of Lutherans LuVerne — The Lutheran Layman's League of the Algona Zone of Lutheran churches met at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church, LuVerne, Sunday: About 220 attended the 6:30 p.m. dinner. The Fellowship club served. Towns represented were Whittemore, Cylinder, West Bend, Fenton, Burt, Garner, Livermore, and LuVerne. In charge of entertainment were the Clarence (Skip) West- phals, Manson, who showed slides and gave talks on trips, and books he has written. Mr. Westphal is a Calhoun county farmer. He has had three books published, most recent was "Come Along to the Congo", also "The African Heritage" and "Mooney, the Pet Lion". They have an adopted five year old daughter, Kimberly, of Korean descent, and just re* ceived her naturalization papers in, Federal Court in Fort Dodge. COMMITTEE NAMED The Legion Auxiliary met Monday in the town hall with 15 members present. Mrs. Anne Smith was hostess. The nominating committee was named, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. L. B. Sheltbn, Mrs. Lucinda Stone and Mrs. Jack Guy. Poppy Day will be Saturday, May 28. Auxiliary members will get together that day and make sprays for the graves of the soldier dead for Memorial day May 30. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Carl Swanson. HERE'S THE PITCH! Friday May 6 THE CONVERSIONS Dancing Starts At 9:00 p.m. The Pine Room Hotel Algona LIKE SIX PACK 33 MMMM •M BLUE STAR BAQ 29 i C JIFFY Pl<g. WELCHADE f* CAKE MIX . . 10* Grape Drink 3 - , JIFFY Pkg. MONARCH , 4fe FROSTING . . .10° West Dressing 3 -' THANK YOU CHERRY BIRDSEYE BREAKFAST DRINK MONARCH GREEN 4'•£.' $ 1 4 FRANCO-AMERICAN YACHT CLUB AWAKE 3 *...,. MONARCH m Mushrooms 4 303 5 Cans p BEET Sugar . • WITH I GROUND BEEF MR. G. French Fries 10< - MONARCH FROZEN VEGETABLES Chopped Broccoli Cut Corn . . 5 Peas . . . . 6 Mixed Vegetables 5 1 1 WESTERN WONDER FROZEN Strawberries 4 RADISHES Bunch 5 C LETTUCE 2 Heads 29c Jumbo 36 Cantaloupe each 39 PORK WILSON CRISPRITE BACON u, 49c WHOLE Cut & Wrapped FIRST CUT Pork Loins lb 49< Pork Chops lb 43 CENTER CUT LOIN END VEniEt* vw i .. kwin KHV ^^_ ^^^^. Pork Chops ">.63< Pork Roasts lb 49 Spare Ribs H> 43< Pork Cutlets 49 C Pork Sausage lb 49 Chopped Ham ">• 69< Club Steaks lb 69< Ground Beef 3i $ 1 29 Ron & Jack's Food Center t PilCjf$ QOPP THRU WIPNI50AY, MAY 11 — U$i TH| BIG FRii PARKING LOT IN EiAt OF ST0RE f> ? «? ' J*^l %*

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