Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Thursday, May 12, 1966
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WITH $5 ORDER HAMBUROEft OR 1(K89< HOT DOG BUNS > l < 19< SKINNER'S i 2 **• » ROYAL Gelatin 4^28' BLUE BONNET 0!eo . . 4lbs.'1 PRESTO Charcoal 10 ^ 59 GERBER'S Jar Baby Food ... 7' SATHER Peanut Butter 49 18 Oz. Jar c FROZEN 6 Oz. Cans CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 7 Cans 1 oo FROZEN FRENH FRIES Ibs COASTAL PRE-COOKED 1 i -, ' RON & JACK'S BEEF STEAK and ROAST SA Round Steak ib. Sirloin Steak ib Club Steak ib. Minute Steak ib. Sirloin Tip ib T-Bone Steak ib. Swiss Steak ib. Chuck Steak ib. IVIMWMAAAfl MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi CHICKEN PARTS AT WHOLE CHICKEN PRICK BREASTS . . Ib. S9 e LEGS-THIGHS Ib. 49 C NECKS-BACKS Ib. 13 e WINGS . . . Ib. 19° MMVMftfl MMMtflJWIMIMMMMMA Blade Roast -$%$' «fcss fe ^ T,u '-. •.'•*;.'. : • .••'". v-".'" 7-Bone Roast ib. 59c Arm Roast Whole Hams Cut & Wrapped 55 G Ib Palace BACON 2 Double Gift House Stamps Mon. - Tues. -Wed. - Thurs., 6 to 9 P. M. 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Two Cant of House * Garden Spray t! ,uiln!itt|t|tt! i Bananas 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Boxes of Pop let CALIFORNIA WHITE LAST OF THE SEASON! CALIFORNIA NAVEL Oranges 3 Doz. FRESH FLORIDA A Sweet Corn bears 25Qift House Stamps With purchase of 4 Leaves of Bread 25 Gin House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs, of Sweet Rolls MMMMW Titonka girl initiated by Mortar Board Titonka — Kathleen JJden, daughter of the BrWin Ederts, a junior at Ames, was one of 16 women to be selected for Mortar Board. This is the, highest honor which can be given to an I.S.U. C02tl. The Wm. Orthels have a son, Thomas William, born April 15 at. the Britt hospital, 8 Ibs. 8 oz. Maternal grandparents are the J. P. Studers, Algona, and paternal grandparents are, the Henry Orthels, Titonka. The Or- thcis now have three boys .and tlrrpe girls. . The Art Loats, Spencer, and Art Petersons were guests y at George Peterson's, Mother's Day. .,.:;. .-,- .,..<;-.. • t -^--.^The Titonka.; Methodist, W,S. C.S. 'held an, annual breakfast Wednesday followed, r iby the oledge service, ; Hostesses were Mesdiames Wm. Amesbury, George .Peterson, Roy Budlong, Paul Ferguson, John Isebrand, ; Wm. Schiram, Glenn Larsen> < and Howard Sparks, ; , i The Loyal Gingriches had as guasts Mother's Day their daughter, the Arthur Petersons, and their son, the Harold Gin- griches. »»«»+»»e»«»»»«»e»e»+»«'«» I Open all day • I" »" A I • Ron & Jack's Food Center • PRICES 500P THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY II -. USE THE BIO HEE PARKING U9T IN REAR OF STORE • Fenton Joan Bellinger Mother's Day guests of the Ernest' Berklands were the David Berklands, Stan Berklands and Steven Bsrkland and Jackie Laafos.: '•; '.•/.,.,'- > Sunday guests of Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were the Kenneth Bellingers and Norman Bollin- gers. . ""'. ,'. . Brent Sfchrnidt, son of the Jim .'.'Schmidts',- was ^ released from the Bsthervilie hospital and is recovering at home. The Richard Stuckis were weekend visitors with the Wilfred Stoebers and the Marion Stuckis/ ; ;-- ••;••'•• •'.; The Roger Dreyers, Sioux City, were weekend guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Sunday Mrs. Dreyer, the Roger Dreyers and Ralph Walkers, Whitternore, were guests of the Duane Dreyers, Humboldt. Thursday Mrs. Ida Dreyer visited the Bwald Kohl- weses, Austin, and the Arlin Kohlweses, Belmond. The group met at Forest City. The Dr. W. W. Jolleys have Mrs. Clyde Minneas, Los Angeles, Calif., as a guest for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Minneas is a sister to Mrs. Jolley. Sunday they went to the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville where their mother stays and brought her with them to stay in the Jolley home for several days. 'BO Just about the time a woman thinks her work is done — she becomes a grandmother. * When Johnny's gun fell out of the boat end tank, Johnny was not too wor* ried and yelled, "I've got a gun floater." His hunting partner looked around to see where the gun was floating. Johnny explained, "a gun floater is —* insurance on my gun." Can such a policy be bought for less than $6.00? * Answer: Yes. * There are two kinds of men who never amount to much — those who cannot do what they are told and those who can do nothing else. Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Al»ona Iowa

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