Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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THUfeSPAY, .MINI* 1(5, 19<te ALfcdNA Siitafi M«mmJnit«n, wh« It in her first year of nurses training at St. B&rnabas hospital, afJOliS, Mifttt., has B*en Visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsan. Later she will have a longer vacation. The daughter Becky is counselor in training at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien are spending three weeks at Sterling and. Elgin, 111. At Sterling they are visiting with their son> in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs, Russell Thorpe, the latter of whom has had recent major surgery. At Elgin they will visit with another son-in-law and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy. Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Mrs. L. L. Riter went to Orange City Tuesday to attend the funeral services for J. G. Mouwn. Mrs. S. A. Slater of Worthington, Minn., is spending a few days this week with her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Mrs. Milton Dahl was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, of Pella, who had come to take home the two younger children who had spent several days here. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrall came from Armstrong Sunday and took with them the former's mother Mrs. Nancy Morrall to Bondurant where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tufts. They also went to Ankeny for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pritchard. Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis are here from Hartford, Conn., to spend the summer with Mrs. Ellis' sister Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob have purchased the Mrs. Beulah Richardson home on south Minnesota street and will take possession, near Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain spent Sunday at Elmore, Minn., with the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland. Mr., and Mrs. Vallo Naudain and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland, of Elmore, Minn., have been visited by Mrs. Eleanor Blong, of San Gabriel, Calif. The women are sisters, nee Blanche, Zada and Eleanor Kenyon re- Roth left week ago, for spectively. Joan Post is attending summer school at Mason City working on a special degree. She plans to return to St. Joseph's school of nursing at Sioux City this fall and resume her studies which were interrupted by a back ailment. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Honsbruch and Mrs. Elizabeth Post went to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn, respectively Sunday. The Hons- bruchs went for Christmas buying at Minneapolis and Mrs. Post visited with'her nephew and his wife Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wazl- wick at St. Paul. Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. Elizabeth Post are going to Mason City Thursday where Mrs. Vera will have an-eye check-up which has been necessary for some time. The condition has cleared guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Sehoby have as guests for two weeks their grandsons John, 13, and Robert 11, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, of Omaha. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter were visited Sunday by their son James and family of Nevada. He took the daughter Susan to the Presbyterian camp at the Oko- bojis and the son Mike remained here jFor the week with his grandparents. . Mr. and Mrs. John Sires ire again living in the house wihch was moved form 209 south Thorington stret to west College street. During the process of moving they stayed at the hotel. David Hutchins who teaches at Whitewater, Wis., is home for a brief vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins. He plans to go back and teach summer school.. 'Lance Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephen of Ayrshire visited his grandmother and aunt Mrs. C.'N. Robinson and Mildred this week. He has been at Iowa City where he is a student at the university. He is takin a course in business administration and will be grod- uated in six months. Mrs. C. N. Robinson, daughter Mildred, grandson Lpren Stephen, of Ayrshire, and sister Mrs. Pearl DeMuth, of Milford, are leaving soon for Tacoma, Wash:, where they will visit with Mrs. Robinson's and Mrs. DeMuth's brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rickabaugh. David Reid flew here from Iowa City for a brief visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid. He is a journalism major at the university and has also recently auditioned for the Old Gold singing group. A family dinner was held recently at the Merrill Sparks at Blue Earth, Minn. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoeder, of Lakota. The women are sisters. The Schroeders are considering moving to California where their children are lo- catde; They recently returned front a visit there of six months. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith are at the university hospital where Mr. Smith is having some tests. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bruner and Mrs. Margaret Reid had as callers Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Peters and Mrs Robert Cook, of Gilmore City, who were en route home from Rochester, Deiiteon to join her husband Who has been working as an electrician for the Iowa Bsef Producers Assn. for a month previous to that time. They have a home in Vail, la., where they will live. Mrs. Mary Munger of the local J. C. Penney store has been attending a catalogue-telephone clinic for Penney's employees in Emmetsburg for the past several days. The course has been attended by catalogue personnel front surrounding area stores. Mrs. Munger is the head of the catalogue department at the local Penney store. Mrs. Irene Spurgeon, sister of J. I. Merryman, has been at the St. Ann hospital but was taken Tuesday to the new Good Samaritan home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith, Paul and Susan, went to Chicago, III, Saturday where Paul has taken a position, as an electric- in. He was recently graduated from the Hamilton business to Okoboji to see her grandson,school. Paul i3 a gfatitfe'Qtt f*! ; Gary Swattson, who is on leave from Korea. Mr«. Harold Wednesday, a William . k 4 Mr. And Mfs. William Ronttv ey hud Mrs. EvS DeWel MA MrS. •AliVfe Clay toil as afterfiftbft MM jpjpter gitests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, Alvln K*ff| «f Salina, Kan M were gue&tl ffdttt last week Thursday till Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M son. the women are sisters. Selma Nelson, lifelong of Ottosen, dies Ottosen — Funeral services for Mrs. Selma Nelson, 68, Ottosen, were held Monday afternoon at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Bode with the Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial was in Union cemetery at Ottosen. Surviving are two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Henry Danner of Lake Elmo, Minn., Mrs. Howard Himrod of Humboldt, Glenn Axhe ot lifeline, ill., and Morris Axne of Foft Dodge; 11 graftdchildfen; three bfothe'rs, Morgan Hageh q! OtteSefl, Ctar- ettce Hagen of M&rshailtoton and HarVey Hageiii of Bode; two sisters, Mrs. Nick Langagar of Schobey, Mofii, and Mrs. Leona Pflibsen of Bode. Mrs. Nelson, the former Salma Hagert, was a lifelong resident of Ottosen. In 1920 she married Halvard Axne Who drowned in 1926 in an attempt to rescue two nieces. In 1929 she married Swardrup Nelson Who died in 1956. Mrs. Nelson died Saturday at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she Was admitted April 27, as a medical patient. Two accidents on city stroots An accident early Monday evening resulted in a total of $600 damage to the two cars 'involved. The autos, driven by Ronald R. Factor and Eldora M. Agena, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of east June 20. Mni aftd north Phillips streets. Damage to the feftder and ra> diator of the Factor car Was 1 |250, White the fetide*, h6od ahd biMtfjftf 6f the Agena alitd received $350 in damages. Factor was charged with failure to yield the right Of way, and there were no injuries. Gary A. Garrett, 19, Lakdta, sustained minor abrasions and bruises late Monday afternoon when his motorcycle and a car driven by Theodor Evenson, 90, Algona, collided at the intersection of Oak and North streets. Evenson was traveling east oh Oak and Garret north on Jones when the mishap occvirrecl. Graduates, than to state hospital Bancroft — Elmer Abbas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thues Abbas, of Bancroft, was a recent graduate of Mankato State college and has accepted a position as Special Business Teacher in the rehabilitation division of the St. Peter mental hospital at St. Peter, Minn. He begins his duties 4-inch rain dre Algona area A stofhi at About 6ilS p.fft. Saturday dropped an official 3.45 inches Of rain oft the city Of Algona. The StOrni with high winds and intermittent large chunks of hail lasted until about 7:46 p.m. One tree wa$ knocked onto telephone lines and several roads south of Algona were closed Saturday night due to the storm. County Supervisor Garry McDonald measured 4 inches of rain in the gauge at his home south of town and Dr. L. R. Potter said there was more than that amount in his rain gauge. County crews worked most of the night to clear a mudslide from the road leading west of Call state park and place barricades and flares on county roads. Hail was reported southwest of Atg6n« ahd the frxtfent of Jamage has tiot fer?fi i-ef)orted. .\t St. fiefte&hCt, I 1 / iftil^sottih >f Algous, lpe*s!dfiritS'tf8lOTded 5 inches of rain during' the storm. Heavy raiha were Rafted at the Algona £ouhtrV CMb where water forasd IM cldsiHg ,of the INTo. 7 hole all : day Sunday*. Over four inches fell there but at the KLGA weather statidn, only 1.33" Was recorded. Swea City showtr On open house showdr for Sharilynn Kay Johnson will be held Friday evening, June 17, at the Immatiuel Lutheran social hall at Swea City. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. Sharilynn., will become the bride of Robert Sim- monsmeier. Minn., where they had gone to see Mary Catherine Bruner who has had major surgery. Louis Link hes returned from Iowa City where he had a check up at the university hospital. Mrs Murl Potter flew to Dallas, Tex., Monday to be with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Tom Potter to whom a daughter was recently born. Mrs. Potter will remain at Dallas for a time assisting with the- household duties. . up nicely. They will be dinner Mrs.'Rose Sabin recently went P M • • M A N Hand-Sewn CASUALS For the season ahead...a handsome new Hand-Sewn by Freeman. Tailored to fit sleekly smoothly. Soft... supple ... classic. In rich handsome colors of Black and Brown. Stop in soon, try your size. WORLD FAMOUS - BREADED PRIG SO-CALLED TENDERLOIN Pork Steaks c 6 for 69 MORRELL PRIDE SLICED BACON ENDS. . 4 Ik 1 29 U. S. CHOICE STEAK SIRLOIN U. S. CHOICE STEAK T-BONE 89 C Ib U.S. CHOICE STEAK ROUND 89 C Ib June 19th is Dad's Day — the perfect time for all the delicious foods he likes the most. Treat him to a feast that's fit to set before a King with these king- size buys in all his favorite famous quality foods. They're all at PQP-ular LOW PRICES that give you full course SAVINGS all the way down your shopping list. ' ARIZONA CANTALOUPE JUICY TENDER 99 wU C Ib ALL AMERICAN GROUND BEEF RIPE YELLOW BANANAS PORTERHOUSE Ib. 1.09 2 89 49 C Ib RED RIPE WATERMELONS each 10 98 MEAT PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY PRODUCE PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY HUNT'S HALVES or SLICED PEACHES No.2i/2 Cans GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM COCA COLA Half Gal. 49 6 Bottle Carton PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT POLLY PARROT POTATO CHIPS Twin Pack Box 39 LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE 46-Oz. Cans HUNT'S WHOLE No. 21/2 Cans LIBBY'S TID-BIT or CRUSHED Flat Cans SENECA FROZEN APRICOTS . 4for*1 PINEAPPLE Sfor'1 LEMONADE 3 cans 29 Reg. Cans C HEINZ FRESH CUCUMBER 15 Oz. Jars SWANSDOWN Reg. Pkg. LADY SCOT TOILET PICKLES . 4 for '1 CAKE MIXES 4 for '1 TISSUE 2'""" 25 2-Lb, 10 Oz. Can VISTA 1 Lb. Box WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SPRY 79 DOUBLE STAMPS SALTINE CRACKERS NABISCO ASSORTED SNACK VARIETIES CHEER pkg. 19 39 c 79' Gnt. JOY 65' Gnt. OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EXCEPT FRI. 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M

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