Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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SHOWBR IS HELD A miscellaneous show&r Was held Monday evening at j the Methodist church for Barbara BirtieU, whose marriage to Jerry Seller will take place Friday, ,Jime 17. Hostesses were Mes- da'mes Glenn Graham, John Hayes, Lawrence Hutzell, William Navoichick, John Schutter and Joe Tschetter. A color scheme of yellow and white was used. The groom-elect is In service and located at Law ton, Okla. The bride-elect will spent the summer there with him and will teach again at Storm Lake. FAMILY REUNION A family reunion was held over the weekend at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowmans. Present were their sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Don Craig, of Bast Peoria, 111., who went from here on a vacation trip to the Black Hills, Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Park; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier, Kristy, Vickie and Debbie, of Ventura who went from here to northern Minnesota; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig and family, Lone Rock. HAVE REUNION Several members of the graduating classes of 1913, 1914, and 1015 had dinner at Van's Sunday evening. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. George Baier, of Silina, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Geigel, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Stewart McFadden and Eugene Schemel. ATTENDS REUNION Knute Mehl, of Newel, who has been assisting Ollie Nasby ait the Good Samaritan homes spent the weekend at Joliet, HI., and vicinity and attended a class reunion of the Illinois state un iversity. LAST CLUB MEETING The last meeting of a bridge club which does not meet again till fall, was entertained last week Thursday by Mrs. Dick Post. It was postponed from the previous week. OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS The "Pink Ladies" were at the Good Samaritan home Tuesday June 14 to observe the birthdays of the second and third floor residents. SEWING CLUB MEETS Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. DAR HAS TEA The D. A. R.'s met Tuesday June 14 at the Algona Hoetl for a Flag day tea. HAVE A SUPPER The Royal Neighbors met Monday evening and had a covered dish supper. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Ervin Ulses, Hurt, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rosemary Sue, and Daniel N. Zaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Algona. A September 10 wedding is being planned at St. John's church, in Bancroft. : Miss Ulses is a 1963 graduate of St. John ;high school, Bancroft, and is employed at the Hurt Savings Bank, Burt. Mr. Zaugg, a graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona, served 3 years with the navy and is a student in the college of engineering at Iowa State University, at Ames. 500 CLUB MEETS Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. LODGE MEETS The Rebekah lodge met Tuesday evening and refreshments were served, Services held Wednesday for Lily Bunkofske Services were held Wednesday, June 15 at the McCullough funeral home for Lily Bunkofske, 79, longtime Burt resident, who died June 11 at the Johnson Nursing home at Burt. Burial was in the Burt township cemetery. Rev. Kenneth Coles, pastor of the Community church Algona, officiated. Lily Maria Bunkofske was born November 1, 1886, in AV- eca, Wis., in a log cabin, the daughter of Theodore Rike and Sabina Waltz. She came to Iowa at the age of four and settled on a farm near Titonka. On, April 14 she married Albert Bunr kofske in Portland township. Pallbearers were Ray Ringsdorf, Burt, Theodore Jacobs on, Burt, Roscoe Stewart, Burt, Mennet Trunkhill, Burt, Harley Boeckholt, Titonka, and Rudy Tietz, Burt. A sister, Ella Stenzel, lives in Burt, and five brothers are deceased. Eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive. Children living are Edna, Mrs. Howard Clark, Grand- meadow, Minn.; Harold, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Leola, Mrs. Henry Van Wald, Mason City. Two couples are stranded by high water • . \ Two Algona couples and their families, the Willis Marshalls and, the Walter Petersons, and their daughter,' the Steve Os- trums, and foster child Tami, Dubuque, were among the 60 camping units stranded at lower Backbone State park this past weekend due to the flash flood which, covered two sections of the road leading out of the camping area. Water was so deep in the one section that it covered a tractor almost completely. The tractor had been swept off the road and lodged against a tree. It was then lashed to the tree to keep the force of the water from washing it on down stream. The approach to the bridge in the second flooded section had to be repaired before the campers could leave. This was not accomplished until sometime after midnight Sunday night. Mr. Sherfy, the park commissioner said this was the worst flood they had ever had, the last occurring 7 years ago. Mr. Sherfy and two helpers covered all the camping units Sunday morning taking orders for groceries and anything needed from town. They then went by boat across the lake and to Strawberry Point, had the orders filled and they were delivered back to the isolated campers without a single mistake. CLOSED FOR VACATIONS JUNE 20 HwoHb JUNE 25 MODERN DRY CLEANERS sm fet, /- -v si ?<**!•- Fresh lei Packed Gracli "A" Fryirt FRYER PARTS Legs & Thigh Quarters Breast Quarters GIZZARDS HEARTS FRYER LIVERS Ib. USDA CHOICE r^A < U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEP It Your Assurance Of Flntr TaiU and T«ndernt»t Faraway Is Your Headquarter* Far This Beef WILSON'S CORN KING HAVaV A THIS WltllK 3 LB. CAN HOME MADE TASTY SALAD Ib. BONELESS CUBED —LEAN STEWING BEEF Ib .it CLIP CHAR Charcoal FOLGERS BONDWARE WHITE 100 Ct. Pkg. Paper Plates ... 59' KRAFT'S Mustard WORTZ BRAND Crackers COFFEE 1.89 Noodles 25c 12 Oz. Pkg. KAISER AjLUMINUM 25 Ft. Roll 3Lb. $ Can Post To a sties 18 Oz. Box 35c MUSSELMWS APPLE — CHERRY — GRAPE — BLACKBERRY — RASPBERRY JELLIES 3 '8 «i. Jars 89C MAZOLA MARGARINE 2 «s 69c HI-C Drink 46 Oz. Can 25c JOHNSON'S PLEDGE ... FROZEN ORANGE DRINK AWAKE ij CRISCO BRAND SALAD OIL 38 Oz. Bottle 69c DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE ^ 25c DEL MONTE STEWED TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 39c PILLSBURY'S CAKE MIXES Reg. Pkg. 25c DESSERT TOPPING DREAM WHIP 4 Oz. Pkg. VINE RIPENED Cantaloupes 4:1 LARGE SIZE oo Robin Howl TENDER GOLDEN 3 Sweet Corn 6 Large Ears FLOUR WESTERN WONPfB FROJEN 1IKU Pk»t Strawberries 2 '• 39< PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 1« THRU JUNE DAI IAV ^T VaTvAlvaF I Yoy Can Be Syr« Whtn Y«y Shop FAREWAY, Th«t You Will Qft Th f 5AVJNCS APVANTAQES At All The Lowest Price* For Equal Quality. Yoy'll SAVE C*sh by Shopping FAREWAY. AREWAY I ( () N O \1TK \ 1 4()() i it i o \

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