•-ALOOtfA (1*wa) AOVAMC1 TMUMOAY, J0NI S, f* Faptir . lay jgjyiiii.mijia • ' utftit i mL, CVfnJifw WITfi III* •MiiiMieli M ^atAaii*Al«*A* VVT;VTIVV rvV^VWTIVnvi Mayor Bill Finn was author bed to enter into a contract with Everds Bros, for street >lacktopping of about 80 blocks n Aigona at a cost of between 115,000 and $18,000, The pro tram had been approved earlier vy the council. TMI COUNCIL passed resolu* nS appointing judges, clerks ltd polling places for the Cable on to be held on Wednesday, June 15 and also passed resolution approving voting machines for the election. TV Engaged MR. AND MRS. Lawrence Edwards, Graettinger, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy, to John Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jennings, of LuVerne. The wedding will be July 23 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Emmetsburg She is. a 1965 graduate of Graettinger high school and is presently employed as .secretary at the Spencer municipal hospital. Her fiance, a 1964 graduate of Aigona high school, is employed at Wei- denhoff Corporation. Services held at Ringsted for Fenton man 'Funeral services were held Saturday for Carl N. P. Mortensen at St. John's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Mr. Mortensen died: last week, Wednesday at the Turner Nursing home, Armstrong, following a stroke. He had been the victim of a stroke a number of years and was parr tially paralyzed. .: • He was born December 20, 1891, at Humboldt. He later moved to the Ringsted area with his parents where they farmed. Carl was a farmer ini the; Fenton area' for a number of- years. When lie retired from farming, he moved to Fenton and spent the' time: fishing. 'Survivors include brothers, Adolph, Swea City, Hans, Seattle, Wash., Fred, Fenton, Martin, Milan, 111., and sisters, Car, bline Pope, Moline, 111., (Mary) Mrs.' Ed Malone, Rock:, Island, 111;;'.'(Ann): Mrs. Elmer 4 Turmo, LaCrosse, Wisl, (Amanda) Mrs. Fre4 Wolf, Davenport, (Fran ces),Mrs. Milton Diviney, Conesville, and (Henrietta) Mrs. Russell Gerorisin, Clinton. He was never married. Council dates hearing on development A public hearing has been set for Tuesday, June 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the city hall in Aigona by the City Council on the me thod of financing a General De velopment Plan for Aigona, i was decided by the council a 1 its regular meeting last Wednesday night. Th« hearing will regard • proposal before the council to enter into * contract for planning services to be financed in part by a Federal grant-maid under the Urban Planning Assistance program/ commonly known as the 701 Program. Under this program, the total cost of the project, which will be about $16,400, would be two-thirds paid by the federa government. There has been some opposition on the Planninj & Zoning commission, to this suggestion with several persona wishing the City of Aigona to pay all the costs. The hearing Tuesday will be to hear both sides of the question and the public is invited to attend. PAUL SEELEY, local realtor was appointed to the Board o Adjustment to replace Leoi Lgird, whose term expired. The council tabled a reques by WaUy HUJ Pf Aigona to pw chase a lot adjoining his resi dence her^ froni the city. Five cigarette permits and a Clas P beer permit to the Hotel Al goni were renewe4. '5J^: CJiiel RalpJi ^Jbert i two ottW lireiRW wejre a.i|thor ized to attend a fire school a Ames. Mrs. Robert McCultou and T. H. DhrischiUes were re- to the Library Board erk P»vt §mi»h was t* iMrvey Hie city in n*M ef f•* Hit, ( Fenton 4-H ? club holds a Mothers Tea Fenton — The Fenton Forwards 4-M club held their annual Mothers Tea at Diane Luedtke's. Each mother was presented with a red rose. At the business meeting it was decided to send Jane Wichtendahl and Diane Luedtke to 4-H Camp. Hit annual Actdtt* m«nt day show will be held July #. Alice Krause and 9u»m Biefle gave talks and Barbart Baxter gave a demonstration, Wane Luedtke, Anne Krtuse, Evelyn Bierstedt and Jan New* el were in charge of the entertainment. Lunch was served by the daughters. Weekend guests of the Sheldon Merrills Jr. were the She!* don Merrills Sr,, Buffalo, Mo., and Dan Merrills, Warrensburg, Mo. Monday evening many friends and relatives attended a reception for Jim's graduation. Arthur Sdmltz dies Saturday ef Nhittenere Arthur G, Schulte, 68, longtime Whittemore area farmer, died Saturday at the Veteran's hospital in Knoxville, Funeral services for him were held Tuesday morning at the McCullough funeral home. Rev, Merlin Davies officiated and bu- rial was in the Ptilnvtew eemt* tery at Whittemor*. Serving as ptllbearefs were Oe<41 Bjuatrmn, Quentin Bju§- from, Charles KolUsch, W ft Meyer, John Simpson and Richard Arend. Arthur Schultz was born at Whittemore on Nov. 6,189?, the son of August and Bertha Sch- ulti. tie was never married, Two brothers, Henry SchutU of Whit' temore and Walter Schultz of Burt, survive. Advertise In the Advance PAID circulation Uoble erowi, 58,ofAlgOM, dies Sunday Noble Crouch, 58, a resident of Aigona for the p«st 54 years, died SUflday at the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines. : He was a maintenance man and was employed for Kossuth County for about 1? years. Funeral services for him were held w<Hto*itay §1 . lough ftifietai Chftpel.lWV, ton GolilhellOUf tifa*$* burial Wiiitt th« St. Olil efart cemetefy at Bade. Mr, Croudi was bofn at with, the son of fclb^ft artd ma Crouch, He came, to Aigo« na with his family when four years old* Me seived in the arnv ed forces during World War 2 and was never! married, Mis mother survives. One too* ther, LeRoy, died in 1950, Serving as pallbearers were Cornelius Zaugg, Clarence Kent- ges ,Eric Willrett, Clifford Btan- chard, Earl Johns and Ben Met* ger, ' -. ; It's Charcoalin' TIME AGAIN! AS YOU SHOP FOR MEAT ASK US. OUR BLUE RIBBON MEAT CUTTERS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. STOREWID AGED RITE CHUCK CHARCOAL STEAK 49 Ib LEAN MEATY COUNTRY STYLE RIBS 49 HORMEL'S LITTLE SIZZLERS RATH No. 1 SLICED Ib LEAN CENTER CUT CHOPS PKGS. () JJ< PATH'S SMOKED BEEF HORMEL CURE "81" Boneless Who knows better the kind of values you like than our Managers who run their departments to PLEASE YOU? This is THEIR Salt! Our Managers have put together scores of VALUE BUYS plus dozens of SUPER SPECIALS on foods you like best and enjoy most often. Here are just a few samples of the many, many money-savers on sale in all departments this weekend. 79 Ib 79 BONELESS WASTE FREE CUBE STEAK Ib 1 SLICE FREE 89 Ib READY TO EAT WHOLE 99 c Ib WATERMELONS 98 ea HALF NEW RED $109 FOR CHARCOALING 1 Ib MEAT PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY POTATOES 10 Ibs. t • , s '. '•. ' • *i.' PINEAPPLE . . EACH 39 1 DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE HERSHEY'S Chocolate 46 Oi. Can BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR PRODUCE PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY , ,141 GLACIER'CLUB 23 16 Oz. Lb. Pkg. ICE CREAM C 21 C 39 c Half Gallon 49 C ROYAL Family Size ALCOA H. D. Giant SCHOOL DAY or PLANTERS 18 Oz. Jar POLLY PARROT Twin Pack Bag VALLEY GOLD PwUing4forW FOIL .. .59" ESS 49 mm AA raHC " GEISHA SLICED No. 2 Cans Pineapple 4 for '1 KELLOGG'S RICE A , AA KRISPIES . . .2° 69c BUTTER . . 10 Os. Pkg. SWANSDOWN c CHIPS . . 39 c FRIES . . 2 Lb. Pkg. C 33 HUNT'S 14 Oz. Bottle • s si FOLGER'S COFFEE '1. 3 Lb. Canister $' FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE , , , 10 Oz. Jar HI-C FROZEN $ 1.39 ORANGE DRINK 3 for 1 4 «1 CATSUP 2 for 29 1 9 Oi, CMS Wi * ilS * Vi THi R)OH T TO LIMIT QUANTITIES COLGATE Dental Cream SUDDEN BEAUTY KING DUNN Hair Spray CHOCOLATE CHIP TOASTED COLD BAR MARKET TOt EXCEPT FRI. | A.M. TO 10 PJ*.
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