Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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<r •I/' 4-ALOONA (lew*) ADVAPKt fHUMOAY, MAY It, IN* ,'- Mr, And Mrs. Lloyd McKlbfen Of Humboldt went to Estherville Sunday to see the tatter's Otis Jenkins, who is hospitalized at Mercy hospital the< re following pneumonia and a heart attack. Mrs, McKlbban is an aide at Good Samaritan. , Mr*. Nell Wickty wet •» Rochester, Minn, over the weekend visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family. * Mr. and Mr*. Oran Hutan #ere visited last week by the letter's cousin and husband, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Baer of St. Claire, Minn. Mr. and Mrt. Gerald F«rrU have been at Iowa City where Mr. .Ferris had surgery at the University hospital. He returned home Friday and is making good recovery. i Mr. and Mr*. Luk« llnrun nd their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. Russell Thor>e, Tim and Ann of Sterling, 11. attended Viesha day at Ames last week; The Thorpes are going to Panama to visit ,vith Russell's sister, Eleanor and family. And MM. Loyola O'Brlon Were at Ames Saturday to attend Viesha Day. They are gong to Cedar Falls Wednesday x> attend the Honors Convocation in .which their daughter Joyce, Mrs, David Stewart, will :>e among the ones receiving honors. Mr. and Mn. Albtrt Olson wore recently visited by their family and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Olson of Webster City and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Undhorst of Iowa City. Frank Vora had'at •upper guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank of Mason City, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Esther Helberg. By coincidence the t gathering was on Mrs. Sigs- i>3e's birthday. ' Mr. and Mrt. Doan Parrott attended the funeral services Monday at Centerville for Wilbert Magnall, 73, who died of a stroke. He and Mrs. Parrott's father, the late Gilbert Porter, were partners years ago in the lime quarry business at Mystic. Lutherans in ; ; , v , ,,.!, . League rally at Swea City Women of the Lutheran chu rch at Swea City were hosts to the Spring Rally of the Luther an Women's Missionary League The Rev. Wm. Scheer of Hurt v 4 gave a talk and a film was vices for' Jo© Daughan,of" Gar- 'shown.' ' ner who died in a tractor acci-, y'Mrs.' Eugene Meyer, Hurt, pre have as guest Mn. Linnan's sister, Fredericka Wassenberg, o Spokane, Wash. , . - Rov. and Mrt. Evorott Black of Spencer,have been transfer red to Glen EUyn, ill. , where Rev. Black has accepted a pastorate in a Baptist church the re. They will be leaving quite soon.. Mrs. Black spent a day here last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Geering Mr. and Mrt. Dick McOinnlt and family spent Sunday at Wai- lingford with Dick's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Yerle Baas and family. . , •;, Mr. and Mrt. Bnuco Gift of Hawthorne, Calif., were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Verle Baas of Wallingford. Mr. and Mrs. Gies are house guests of Mr. and Mrs'. A. E: Biiggs. : Mr. and Mrt. Loo Morgon have had as guests the latter's mother and sisters, Mrs. Sam Baylor, Mrs. Dwight Culp of Garden City, Mich., and Mrs Jack Koh- nesoher, of Wayne, Mich., who came to attend the funeral ser- dent due to having suffered a heart attack. He was'a son-in- law of Mrs. Baylor. ^ ' \ . Mr. "and'Mrt. Loo Morion at- fended the funeral services Tuesday at Whittemore for Mrs. George Gengler, 67; who was killed when the car in which she was riding with her husband was hit from the rear by a truck and thrown into , a, ditch. She suffered a broken neck and Mr. Gengler was hospitalized for cuts andi bruises. ', ; Announcement!'? havo ' received of, the blxth May 6 of a daughter to Mr. ^ and Mr». Douglas Patty, * of Cost* Mesa, Calif. She, has .been named Michele Lynn. Mrs. Patty is the former Becky Jergensbn, daugh- tor of Mr', and Mrs. Harold Jergenson, former, Algonan*. Mrs, Patty grew to young, womanhood here and later mov^d \ti> Aurora, Colo, with ;hpr , {parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Merry 'man are great-grandparents of the infant v „ . ' Mr. and Mrt. John Romor wo re visited Sunday by the latter'i brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ifnd Mrs. Leonard Beck, of Dickens. > I have mentioned this once some time ago but [will repeat it as my phone rang twice this afternoon and no nurse was near to answer. 1 take a rest period from 1 till 3 each after noon but will be glad to have your news any time after that. Most of the residents have a rest period at one, too, but 6f. ten I sleep soundly. However, I am up at 3 so please feel free to call me. I appreciate your news.—Evelyn. ,. Karon HMSO, R. N. et Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Clifford Haase. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Miller h* ye as guest Mrs, Opal Barker of Escondido, Calif., who will make an extended visit here, She and Mrs. Miller formerly lived in Illinois and have known each pther and been close friends since early girl-hood. Mrs, Mary Olson wit viti»od Saturday and overnight by Mrs. jack Stabler of Mason City. Mr. «nd Mri* Ctrl Mtrck »po sided.,The welcome Was by Mrs Melvin', Meyer, Swea .City, am the response by Mrs. Wilfred Jtadlg, Burt. Committees'for the '"'-' ; 4 : Fair reporter: There -.exhibits from each con nt the weekend at their cottage at Rapidan. Mr. »nd Mr*. Murray Mower* went to the Okobojis Sunday to get their cottage ready for the seasonal occupancy. Mr, tntf Mr*. Stnf MyrftfK Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thoresen and Mjr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons wiU Beaeh HofceJ, gregation. rThere were 150 present and an offering of $142.03 received West Bend' gave the invitation for 'the fall rally. Mrs. Jante, Garner,, Zone Christian Growth chairman, gave devotions. Rev. L&briard, Garner, gave a mission talk. Closing devotions we're by Rev, Vehling, Lone Rock. Silver wedding Burt couple dated May 29 Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham, Sr. of Burt will have their silver wedding Sunday, May 29, with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. in their home a>t Burt, sponsored by their children. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. The Cunninghams were married May 31, 1941, at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs, Cunningham is the former Viola Voigt, daughter of Robert Voigt and the late Amanda Voigt. Merwyn is the son of Joseph and Helen Cunningham, both deceased. The Cunninghams have three children: Joseph, Merwyn, Jr., and daughter, Lana (Mrs, Richard Trunkhill) all of the Burt area. They also have three grandsons: Joseph Cunningham, Jr., and Anthony and David Trunkhill. Young GOP serving at convention Chairman C. R. Schoby announced the Kossuth republi can county convention will be open to the public. It will be held Friday night at 8 p.m. a the high school Annex. Pre-con ventton conunittees working on rules, . attend a meeting of the Mutual and Alliance InsuraJice Conipa- m- The mm will be guests ajt mm and (fee will be Sen, Rjbbencpff. have resolutions and delegates to speed the work of the convention. Following the meeting the Young Republi cans will serve coffee and cook ies. SCHOLARSHIP Hoel, § student at Sheldon Com munity schools, has been declar ed a winner among nearly two million high school aspirants of a National Foundation Merit Scholarship competition. Hoe" plans to attend State College of Iowa and will major in English POR YOUR SHOPPING USDA USDA Graded Choice POT ROASTS BEST BLADE EXTRA ROASTS ROASTS BONELESS LEAN BEEF 69c FRYER Chicken WHITE MEiAT DARK MEAT TASTY FOR LUNCHES Spiced Luncheon LEAN TENDER FRESH MADE CUTLETS BOOM Um Tumi PRANKS * •^^W^F»* Folger't COFFEE \!f.\ 3 Lb. $ Can FOLGER'S Instant 6 Oz. Jar LIPTON'S Black Tea 48 Cnt. Box SCHULZE A BURCH Crackers 1 Lb. Box DIXIE lOOCnt. Pkg. Paper Plates 59 GENERAL MILLS WHEATIES «oz. OR CHEERIOS 10V20I. FANCY Winesap LIBBY'S SPRING SALE LIBBY'S CRUSHED, CHUNK No. 211$ Cans LIBBY'S ricots 303 Cans $ LIBBY'S Cream Style 303 Cans LIBBY'S Pea s LIBBY'S WHOLE Corn LIBBY'S Tomato Juice 46 Oz. Can LIBBY'S Pineapple Juice 46 Oz. Can t t Wildenass Cherry m MIX I No. 2 Can ,li 1; KING SIZE HEIR LAUNDRY AID 3Lb. 7Oi. SCHILLING'S 4Oi. Box Pepper 39 SALAD OIL 40 Oi. CURTISS ROYAL R«g. Marshmallows 19 SWANSOOWN CLOROX 3 Lb. Bag 1C FANCY NAVEL Orang BLEACH Gallon Jug ELM TREE FROZEN BREAD . iM« OREGON TRAIL REP terries PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 19 THRU MAY ?5 POLICY rviiiwi PRICES iFFICTIVI MAY 1? THRU MAY If You Ctn B« Surf When You Shop FARE WAY, That You Will 6ft Tht SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All Th* Uwt«i Pricti For Equ.l Qy«lity. You'U SAVE C«*h by Shopping FAREWAY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES TORE

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