Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 4
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4-A100NA (i*wij ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE f, 1*64 HONOR RETURNEE! Margaret Thompson, formerly of tone, Wash., and now a resident at the new Good Samaritan Home was hostess Sunday to a group honoring her nephew and wife Lt. and Mrs. James Thompson who recently returned from Germany where he was in service and is now located in Kentucky. Among the guests Were Mr. and Mrs. August Slagte, the former a cousin of Miss Thompson. For many years Miss Thompson taught in the Des Moines school system and following the death of a sister-in- law went to Hollandale to bft with:her brother. After his sudden ^death she went to Po land',''-Ore. to be with a sister who later died. For a time she was in a Rest Home in the West, then came to the home at Bancroft until the Algona home Was completed as she wants to be near the Singles. The guests to whom she was hostess numbered sixteen were entertained at Van's. Mfl August Schmidt gave a surprise party Saturday eve- ling honoring the seventeenth jirthday of Gary Lamuth. Guests were Susie Hurlbert of Swea City, Ella Gallon, Vickie HAVE FAMILY Mrs. Kathryn REUNION Mahoney was Brown, Jon Randy Grail. Clapsaddle and The evening was spent dancing to records and lunch was served. RECEPTION FOR GRADUATE Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gait Haase, was given a recaption following his recent high school graduation. Among those present .were his sister Ann and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Skogstrom of Ames. Many other relatives and friends were in attendance. car open HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Susan, eldest daughter of yisited from before Memorial Day and a few days afterwart by her son4n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storclt Douglas and David of Washington, Iowa. A family reunion Was hold at Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stor- cks at Britt on Memorial Day and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson of Phoenix, Ariz., about thirty in attendance, among them Mrs. Mahoney. On Sunday the Storcks of Washington and the Storcks of Phoenix were guests of Jthei mother Mrs. ' Lillian Stbrck at Garner. •••'•.••'"• • '- • "" , Mrs., Herbsrt Lindquist and the late Mr. Lindquist was graduated from high school Tuesday, June 7 at Mason City. Other children in the family are Polly and Sally. GARDEN CLUB BREAKFAST Members of the Algona Carden Club held a breakfast at the Ambrose Call State Park Shelter House Monday morning, June'6. Twenty-five women were present. The program given by Mrs. Robert Bickert was a talk on peonies. 50TH ANNIVERSARY The class of 1916 is holding a fiftieth anniversary dinner Saturday, June 11 at the Algona hotel. Open house will be held after 8:30 for those who wish to see members' of the class. PICTURED ABOVE is the Kossuth County Car Wash, Inc., South Phillips, which is now open for business. The automatic "Robo" car wash is one of only*five in the entire state. Coin operated, any car can be soaped twice and rinsed twice, all within two minutes. A car waxer was recently installed. Owners are Cecil Cox, Mike Frankl, Ronald Frankl, Gloria Hibbs, Gene Frankl, Jerry Hibbs ( Bernard U. Frankl and Jimmy Hibbs, all of Algona. \ Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Seneca Mr«. Htnry Le«ff John Johannesen, Mrs. haftfiesen, Mrs. Lyife 44 „ Mrs. Everett WitJiatti, Mrs, Bergiiffi, Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Henry Looft HANSON REUNION A Hanson family reunion was hold Sunday at Gold field at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson, cousins of Andrew Hanson, who with his wife and the Charles Tippins, their son-in-law and daughter and little son Brett were present. Sixty persons were in attendance and the basement recreation room was used for the festivity. That evening the Andrew Hansons, and the Charless Tippins went • to Webster City to see Mr. and Mrs. Ted Coursay, parents of Mr. Tippin. TO CLASS REUNION Eleanor Norton is coming from Vermillion, S.D. Thursday to attend her class reunion and will be a house guest of her brother Milton and his wife. ENTERTAINS CARD CLUB •••.„•. Mrs. Grace Jackman entertained her; card club Wednesday afternoon, The previous Week the club met with Mrs. Leo McEnroe. DINNER GUESTS ; ' • Mr.. and Mrs. August Slagle and Mr. and, Mrs. Albert Gran- zbw were dinner. guests Tues day evening of Mrs. Grace Jackman. RECEPTION HELD A family reception was held for Ron Mittag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson following his graduation and present were his sister Mrs. Harlan Helmers and Cindy of Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rube and Bobbie of Kingsbury, N.J., her card Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mittag ternooh. and family of Jefferson,: his grandmother Mrs. Eva Mittag and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken. Ron has gone to Houston to work till fall and will then enter Augustana college college at Sioux Falls, S.D. ENTERTAINS CLUB. • •Mrs; L. C. Faber is entertain ing the knit and sew club Wednesday afternoon. CARD CLUB f Mrs. ; Ernest Theil entertained her card club Wednesday, af- yiSIT RELATIVES " r, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon are being visited a week ;.o-Jby their son Dr. Robert and wife, the former Mary Kay Knoll of Chicago, 111. Robert received his degree in optometry Sunday from the School of Optometry. They are also spending some time with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knoll. The Me Mahons and Dr. Robert and wife plan to spend the weekend at the Okobojis. FAMILY REUNION Monday, May 30 a Hanna family reunion was held at the Alfred Schencks. Present were Messrs, and Mesdames Walter Hanna of Nora Springs, Everett Hanna of Lone Rock, H. P. Schenck of Harlan, Mrs. Mildred Harrington of Minneapolis, Myrtle Hanna of Sioux City, Frances Anderson of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Algona. HONOR PIONEER It is 110 years since Horace Peter Schenck came to Kossuth County and in his honor the grandchildren met Sunday, May 29 in commemoration. They were Chester Schenck of . Galesville, Wis.; Edith Schenck De Lozier of Los Angeles , Calif.; Mrs. Ethel Ward Gardner, Harry Ward, Algona; Alfred Sen enck, Algona; Mildred Schenck Harrington of Minneapolis, and Horace P. Schenck of Harlan. ON VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison are on vacation till June 20 at Phoenix, Ariz. The niain purpose of the trip there is to at tend the fiftieth wedding anniversary pf Mrs. Hutchison's pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hutchison of Marshalltoyra and Don Hutchison of Alaska were also In New officers over for club Titonka — The Titonka Woman's club held an annual May breakfast May 26 at Mrs. Bonno Sohutter's with Anna Andrews, Lois Brandt and Laura Nicholson assisting. Following the business meeting and social hour, the meeting was turned over to the new officers: Mrs C. Krantz, president; Mrs. H Kitzinger, vice'; Mrs. R. L. Krantz, sec.; Mrs. Wm. Schram, treas., and board member, Mrs A. C. Miller. TEN ARE CONFIRMED Ten young people were taken into membership in the Titonka Methodist church May 29. The confirmation class consisted of Linda Akkerman, Virginia Beed, Wendall Gray, Cindy Harms, Ted Hoover, Jr., Cheryl Jaren, Charles Larsen, Timothy Miller, Allen Peterson and Dennis Schutjer. SURPRISE PARTY Unda and Lynn Schmidt, daughter and son of Mr. and REPRESENTS BAND Charlotte Ann Seebeck, daughter of Charles Seebeck, Wesley, and senior of Titonka school has been selected as Titonka high school's queen for the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City. Vacation Bible school is being held in Tjtonka Methodist, Good Hope Lutheran and Immanuel Lutheran churches. •Karl Gerstniann, Puyallup, Wash., has left after several days at his son, the Rev. A. N. Gerstmann's. Rev. Gerstmann is pastor of Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Mrs. Leland Schroeder, Titon.- ka, and her brother, W. J. Anderson, St. Louis Park, Minn., attended funeral services for their uncle, Dan Johnson, at Humholdt Monday. Need Printing? AT THE APVANCE SHOWER IS GIVEN Nancy Fischer Was given a miscellaneous bridial shower June 2, at the Seneca Lutheran church. Marge Johnson registered the guests. Corsages were presented to the honoree, also her mother, Mrs. Delniar Fischr er and the groom elect's moth* er, Mrs- Shelton and daughter. Mrs. Henry Looft announced the program. A group of 441 girls, Jill and Becky Jensen, Audrey arid Cathy Bergum, Anna Menz Linda Sue Kracht and Ann Fortney sang. A skit was given by Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Fred Johannesen with Mrs. Looft narrator. Helping open her gifts were Mary England Schmidt, Algona, and Darlene Johnr son, Swea City. Assisting with the display of gifts were Anna Menz and' Ann Fortney. Mrs. Clarence Menz poured coffee. Hostesses were Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Mrs. John Behrends, Mi* . Fisher and Bill Sheltoil, We*N stef City, will be mafrfied JUfi<& 11 at 3 o'clock at the First Pres* byterian church, Lone Rook, ;• The Herbert Krauses and A. J ( Krauses, Fenton r and Otis Englands, Ring&fed, attended graduation at Cedar Falls Fn- day. Herbert Krause, son of the Herbert Krauses, grandson of the A. J. Krauses and the Otis Englands, was graduated. The Herbert K> Krauses mil teach at Mason City next school year. The Curtis Olsens had gueatr June 1 for Mrs. Olsen's slater, Mrs. Clarence (Leah) Oteen, D* sert Hot Springs, Calif, visiting here. Guests included thelf sisters, Mrs. Hilda Stafford and Mrs. Mamie Eckert, Mallard; Mrs. Ray Goering, Jackson, Minn., Mrs. Cleo Classen, Ringsted, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ken,' neth Larsen, Mallard, and Mrs; Goering's grandchildren, Mark Everett of Tef * .„, Mw.y Mewird PfeMofi Mid LilAlrtl, Swe* my, and M*s. Gtylord Olseti and children, Sem*ans Utt for the Vitgil Mobref ftot< tivet, 4ftth Wedding irtcludejd the Cassie Klockos, Olal pft Eugene Pctcrsens, Carl mi, and Henry Lpofts. it was d by the children, Mrs. fish, Welcome, Arnold Madsen,. Mrt. . Minn.; Robert Moore^/Dolliver; Wttlitni Moore, . Lakefil^d, Mtryift; Toin Moorei Fulton, m.; •nd Mrs. Harold Craig, .;• Arm- Strong; The Moores lived in the Seneca area tor ^ many years, Memorial Weekend guests of the Everett Withams were their children, the Pete Helmers, Milan, 111;; Rocky Sloters, Leland, 111.; and Robert Thiels, Sioux Falls, S.D. Sunday also were Richard Helmers, Fort Dodge; the John ; Simpsons, Whittemore. Monday visitors were the Ralph Drinans, Armstrong; Art Alexanders; Algona ; and Mrs.: Witham's sister-in-law, Mrs. Alta Lowland, Grand Prairie, Texas. FULLY DRESSED WHOLE FRYING KENS U. S.' CHOICE BONELESS TENDER Copr, I, loug ^> It's true — and the LOWER COST of a big cartful of your favorite foods proves itl You don't just go shopping at DUNN'S SURE SAVE — you *> SAVING because our STOREFUL of LOW PRICES and SUPER SPECIALS just have to cut down food bills like a hot knife going through butter. Shop and *•• f5" > _yourself_— you save every day in one wonderful mar- every way at DUNN'S SURE SAVE ket. CENTER CUT FULLY COOKED HAM SLICES • CROSS CUT Ib MEAT PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY BEEF SHANKS CHOICE BONELESS BEEF RUMP ROASTS Lb. U. U. 89 49 89 HORMEL'S POLLY PARROT Twin Pack Box 39 GOLD MEDAL HI-C CHERRY OR ORANGE DRINK 46 Oi. Cans DEL MONTE PttRS No. 2>/a Can 49 BLUE BONNET MARGARINE BRAUNSCNWEIQER LARGE RIPE , WATERMELON •• -v • TENDER YELLOW SWEET Chunk 49' Each 98 Dozen 69 U. S, No. 1 WHITE ^ 4fe BM ^at POTATOES .10:59< PRODUCE PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY HUNT'S FRUIT No. SOOlCans COCKTAIL 4""1 SENECA FROZEN GRAPE FLOUR JUICE 4 for 69 6 Oi. Cans for ACKLEY PORK AND BEANS ELM TREE FROZEN No. 3 Tall Can 3» THREE 1-Lb. Loav«s pkg; 39* Wt Rtltrvt th« Rif hf t« Limit Quantities 5-Lb. VITA VITA STUFFED No. 12 Refrig. Jar NORTHERN ASSORTED OLIVES Pkg. 49 1 NAPKINS 10° SARAN WRAP Reg. Pkg. 33' DASH CURTISS PEPPERMINT MARSHMALLOWS 23 1 Lb. Bag C §flt. NEW FLAVORKIST PARTY PLEASERS SAFEGUARD 2 £1 33« pkj. 69 C OPEN DAILY I A.M. T09 PJ*. iXCIPT FRI. I A.M. TO 10 PJ*

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