Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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ADVANCt-l THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 MISS ALGONA — Kitty Hardgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardgroye, Algona, is Algona Community high school's choice for queen at the North Iowa Band Festival. A senior, she is a member of the FTA, pep club, mixed chorus, girls symphonettes, all-state quartet, concert and marching bands, a member of the Cadette Corps, and had the lead in the school musical. Her father is plant superintendent for Pioneer Corn Co. William Knoll, ex-Lone Rock farmer, dies Funeral services for William A. Knoll, 82 of Algona, were held Tuesday at the Presbyterian church in Algona with Rev. Walter Morz officiating. Burial was in the Burt township cemetery with McCullough's handling the arrangements. Mr. Knoll died last Thursday at the Heritage Home in Bancroft. He had been a resident of Algona for the past 23 years. He was born at Denver, Colo, on Dec. 23, 1883, the son of William and Minnie Knoll. He was married to Sarah Martin on Feb. 20, 1907 at Burt and she preceded him in death on March 28, 1957. He had lived at the Heritage Home in Bancroft for the past two years and prior to that, had farmed in the Lone Rock area from 1909 until retiring to Algona in 1943. He came to Kossuth county with his parents from Colorado when still a small boy. Survivors include a son, William of Lone Rock, and two daughters, Minnie, Mrs. A. L. Baker, Lone Rock, and Ardith, Mrs. Abner Holt, Ostrander, Minn. Two brothers and sisters aiso survive. They are James of Burt and Ben of Santa Ana, Calif.; Mrs, Ida Ried, Algona; and Mrs. Nellie Galbraith, Deming, N. M. There arc fourteen grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Serving as pallbearers were Harlan Blanchard, Ralph Bierstedt and Ornie Behrends, all of Lone Rock; Bill Tordoff, Clair Blossom and Henry Bunkofske, all of Algona. Elizabeth Baas of Whittemore dies Monday Whittemore — Funeral services for Elizabeth Wilhelmena Baas, 89, who lived at Whittemore her entire life, were held Wednesday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. Rev. Clep Kautsch of Whittemore officiated and burial was in the church cemetery there, McCullough's funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Serving as pallbearers were Henry Bruhn, Orville Kressin, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Roland Ostwald, Gerhard Hantelman and Harlan Wehrspan. Mrs. Baas died at St. Ann hospital Monday. She was born in Humboldt county on Sept. 28, 1876, the daughter of Herman and Katherine Wehrspan. She had lived at the Good Samaritan Rest Home here the past eight years. She was married to Herman Baas on May 25, 1899 at Whittemore, and he preceded her in death in 1949. One daughter, TiUie, Mrs. Robert Wegener of Whittemore, survives. Another daughter, Edna, preceded her in death. Brothers and sisters surviving are L. H. Wehrspah, Whittemore; Mrs. Clara Hicfcs, Putai- que; and Mrs. Miliy Kressin, of the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. There are eight grandchildren and. 15 great-grandchildren, better BANANAS 10 Ib YACHT CLUB PEACHES No. 2V, Cans $100 FRESH FLORIDA Sweet Corn DM. YACHT CLUB + CORN + PEAS + Gr. BEA 303 CANS CANTALOUPE 4 for J 1 MMMMMMMMMIMMMMVIMWIM 500 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Beef Quarters EASY ON THE BUDGET 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Lbs. of Snoboy Carrots GOLDEN Ice Cream Gal 1.19 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Pkg. of Celery Hearts MONARCH Orange Juice 5 '-• *1 Lemonade ..'•"" 10° Bacon Ends 4 AT WHOLE CHICKED PRICK 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 4 Loaves of Bread WESTERN MAID STRAWBERRIES 4 6-M.pkgs. $ 1°° Round Steak 79S lOOGift House Stamps with purchase of Any 4 Plcgs. of Cookies ORE IDA FRENCH FRIES 4 Mb. pkgs. $< | lOOGift House Stamps with purchase of Home Permanent* 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 10 Lb. Bag of Potatoes MONARCH TV Dinners 3 11 Oi. Pkgs. $1 00 1 Breasts 59 ings 19 Necks Backs 13 Legs Thighs 49 Ib Ib Ib Ground Beef Boiled Ham 89 £ | Ail-American PEAT 50 lb bag DECKER'S v IOWANA Big Bologna Braunschweiger YOUR CHOICE 49 Ib MANDALAY 8 Oz. Can Pineapple... 10° HiRSHEY Tall Can MMMMMMMMMMAMMMMMMMMMM 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Lb. or more of Pork Chops or Pork Steak Chocolate Syrup 19* DEL MONTE 20 Ox. Bottles Catsup . . 4 for 1 GERBER'S Jar Baby Food . . . 7 SEA TANG Tuna... 5 cans S 1 MONARCH WESTERN 8 Oz. Bottle Dressing . Sfor'1 PILLSBURY Biscuits.. 3 for 25* — Buttermilk , Sweet Milk or Butter Flake — Jello . . . pkg, 7 Sugar.. 10 Ibs. WITH $5 ORDER Ron & Jack's Food Center • PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8 — USE THE BIG FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • (PRICES IN EFFECT THIS DAY ALSO) OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY 8 i.m. lo I p.m.

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