Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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AL66NA (lew*) THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1966 Band queen JANET McGUIRE, 18, has been selected as Garrigan high school's band queen for the Northwest Iowa Band Festival. She. was chosen by a vote of the band members. She is a daughter of the Don McGuires, Algona, and has been an honor student all four of her high school years, has been active in bant) four years, and in chorus and student council three years. She was a varsity football and basketball cheerleader and vice- president of the Garrigan pep club. Next fall, she plans to attend Mt. St. Scholartica college in Atchison, Kans. Sight screen tests at Britt this Saturday Pre-school youngsters from Britt and Kanawha will take part in a vision screening conducted by the senior Girl Scouts of Corwith. The screening will be held in the Legion rooms of the Britt Memorial building from nine to 3 Saturday, June 11. There were 63 children ranging in age from 3-12, screened at the Corwith school June 4. "We hope that any parents from the Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne area who could not get in to the Corwith screening will take their children to Britt," said Patrol leader Janis Brockman. Former Fenton girl married at Cedar Falls Seneca — Funeral services were held May 28 at St. John's Lutheran church at Ringsted for Carl N. P. Mortenson, who died the previous Wednesday following a stroke. He had been a patient at the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong for several years. Mr. Mortenson had been partially paralyzed for several years as the result of a previous stroke. He was born December 20, 1891 at Humboldt. He later moved with his parents to the Ringsted area and then moved to a farm southwest of Seneca where he lived until his retirement. He then moved to Penton. Survivors include a brother Adolph, Swea City; Hans, Seattle, Wash.; Fred, Fenton; Martin, Milan, 111.; and sisters Caroline Pope, Moline, 111.; Mrs Ed (Mary) Malone, Rock Island 111.; Mrs. Elmer (Ann) Turmo LaCrosse, Wis.; Mrs. Fred (Amanda) Wold, Davenport; Mrs, Mil ton (Frances) Diviney, Conesville; and Mrs. Russell (Henri etta) Geronsin, Clinton, Dl, While he lived in the Seneca area his mother made her home with him a good share of the time. He was never married. Dick Looft and sons, Jeff and Jim, Minneapolis, the David Loofts and sons, and the Henry Loofts, Fenton, and Mrs. Bei> tha Pommer, Algona, were Sunday guests of the Gerrit De Waards, Titonka. Jeff and Jim accompanied their grandparents, the Henry Loofts, home for a week while their parents are on a vacation. BEEF STMK SALE BEEF ROAST SALE C Ib T-bone99 89 '. ,\f Blade 39 —— Plus 50 Extra Gift House Stamps —— 7-bone49>>> — Plus 50 Extra Gift House Stamps 89. Arm 59 , j'''&#*""* J •--*< i ^^ C Ib Plus 50 Extra Gift Houss Stamps RED OR WHITE C Ib C Ib C Ib — PLUS 50 EXTRA GIFT HOUSE STAMPS — BEEF 3*1.29 20 HORMEL'S Black Label ^•V Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Janet Lamp© came home from Ft. Riley, Kans. to spent the Memorial Day weekend bringing with her, her father's cousin Mrs. Jauine Mu and Sherry of Hutchinson, and. niece. Blanche Wil).ese». EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE 2 Ib- bag HORMEL'S Lb. ****** *tf* HERSHEY •**««*, »^,»> SNOBOY TOMATOES Qt 49< 200 MORE — EXTRA GIFT HOUSE — Ground CHUCK 3* 1.49 — PLUS 50 EXTRA GIFT HOUSE STAMPS — Candy Bars 10 '• 35 39 c ROBIN OR •llllllllllllllll! Batman Mugs BUTTER-NUT With $5 Order COFFEE VELVEETA 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 46 Oz. Klear Floor Wax Cheese Miracle Whip Qt. Jar .HJ-C CHERRY or 46 Oi.Can ORANGE DRINK 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Johnson Pledge REGISTER BEGINNING TODAY! FREE CAR U*. Ji " » . PLUS IT'S 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Perfex (2 Ib. 10 oz. Size) Loaded with Groceries Five Weekly Winners Of 1,000 Gift House Stamps Another Car (loaded with Groceries) will be given away by Ron & Jack's plus 5,000. FRE€ GIFT HOUSE STAMPS. One drawing each week beginning Saturday and continuing for five big weeks. Each weekly winner will receive 1,000 free stamps and the five winners will have a chance at the Free Car and Groceries. Register today and each time you are in the store. 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Package of Paper Cups 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of $2 Worth ef Produce — Richelieu Sale — $ Kidney Beans 6 < 3 " Tomatoes 4 Green Beans 5 DEL MONTE No. 303 Can VAN CAMP'S No 2 Cans 303 Cans 19< Pork'n Beans 5:'1 PEAS MONARCH RED ALASKA SALMON 79c NAPKINS 10 Lb. Can CHARMIN 60-Cnt.Pkg. MONARCH 16 Oz. Jar EASY WASH Gallon Twin Pack lag Pic-L-Joy49< BLEACH 39< POtatO Chips 49< _ Lowest Prices Always at Ron & Jack's Food Center t PRICES GOOD THRU WfQNiSPAY* JWNi 15 ~ Mil THf HO FRii PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY 8 ion. to • M (PRICES IN EFFECT THIS PAY ALSQ)

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