Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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Shower given at Fenton for Diane Holland — A miscellaneous shower was held recently at the Pentoii Methodist church for ttt- ane Holland. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs. W. W, Joliey prepared the program and Jane>an Zwiefel presided. Hootesses were Mrs. Art Kabrick, Mrs. Ordean Kabrick, Mrs. Shipler, Mrs. George 0. Jorgensein, Mrs. George M, Jorgensen, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. W. W. Jolley, Mrs. Fred Mortonsen, Mrs. Merle Vo> ight, Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Clay ton Ditsworth, Mrs. Curtis Lura Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs Jake Schwartz, Mrs. G. B. Jens void, Mrs. Ray Zwiefel, Mrs Norman Finnestad,.. Florence Dean and Janean Zwiefel. Linda Jorgensen registered guests. ; Vfrs, tteiland Served'c^ee ana 1 Vtrs. Shipler served punch from the tea table. GROOMING CONTIST Fenton Forwards met in Juna with Debra and Susan Bierle. Mrs. Bjustrom and Mrs. Koliasch were judges for a good grooming contest. Winners were Kay jyer, junior, Debra Bierle, in^ termediate, and Judy Wolter, senior. These girls wUl now go to Algona to be judged with the gills from other 4-H clubs. The Achievement Show was changed to Aug. 3 at 1 p.m. Several girls will give demonstrations at the show. Barbara Baxter gave a. talk. Evelyn Bierstedt and Jim, Wicihtendahl gave demonstrations. FIREMEN TO STUDY Fenton volunteer firemen are to meet with other area fire departments at Burt Friday at 7:45 p.m. at the fire department hall. Keith Royer, head of the Ames fire service, will conduct a reor- ganizational meeting for all Kos suth fire departments for mutu- al aid assignments. GETS NURSE CAP The Hiibert Bierstedts and Evelyn, Lyle Haacks and Lori, and Carl Bfecks attended capping ceremonies at Broadlawns hospital in Des Mpines recently, ir- ene Beck was capped. They were all supper guests of the Don Becks, Des Moines. ATTEND FUNERAL The Omar Lennings attended funeral. services for Mr. Lenning's brother, Edwin Lenning, at the Zion Lutheran church ,a Clear Lake Saturday. Mr. Len ning died last Wednesday after being ill some time. Saturday guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Rev. Bor- lands, Minneapolis. The Bor lands have been in the states on a furlough and will soon be returning to their missionary work in Japan- They were over night guests of the Mitchells Other supper guests of the Mit chells included the Richard Un derwoods, Jefferson; Rev. Or ville Jdhflftfil, Cylinder; .... Mitchells and Ed Mitchell. era were the Melvifi • Jjk Birthday, club miEit M—,Ella TheeifieM^fh^iday her birthday. " club are Mrs,, _-.-._„. Rolph Miller, MM. Ed , Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Frank Me* Fall, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Margureite Weisbrod. Guests were IVfrs. Retta Eigler attd^fs. Jesse Newel. Sherri Finnestad, daughter of the Verribn Finn«*tad», St James, Minn., has been a guest of the Wendell Rusches a week k Sunday the Rusches todk ^i ; ctii home and their daughter, Margo, stayed with the Pinnestads for a visit. The Ralph Wolfes, Stn Antonio, Texas, were guests -Mon* day to Friday at Rex Wolfes. Ralph is Rex's brother. Guests of the Wolfes from Wednesday until Tuesday were Mr. Wolfe'i sister, the Calvin Householders, Phoenix, Ariz. Also recent guests of the Wolfes was their ; niece, Mrs. Ruth Jansen and children, Lancaster, Calif. Sunday guests of , the. were the itack , . fiemaftsv and .Ralph Reidels, Ring.<ited, the Calvin Household trs, PhoehLx, and the Bill Householders. Guests last Week of Mrs. Emma Reimers were hef soft, the Ray • Reimers, of Denver, Colo. Sunday guests of Mrs. Reimeirs were the Ray Reimers, the Jack Gerhardts, the Bill Reimers and Richard Reimers, Spencer, the Arlo Ranneys and Axel Peterson. (Bill Maurer in Laurtnt Sun.) The Irish one is in the middle of Spring (?) — that's right — Spring cleaning and the homestead is in a state of panic. It may take her a while to get started, but when she does, no thing stops her. And rearrange! Nobody — 1 mean nobody — rearranges like that female. Normally I can't find anything after a "cleanup" campaign has been concluded. This time things are so out of hand she can't even find anything! We may be calling for a can-opener, if she can't locate Specials good thru Long Holiday - Thursday to Wednesday ^^^L~-~—— _**.__„„.>.„. mmmmm ~-~ MMMMMMMMM 4MMMMMWMAMMMMI MMM IMIMAMIfMMIfMIMfMIMAMl ,MMM NMMIIMIIMMMIMMIMNMMNMIIM HMMMAMMV HAMBURGER OR Hot Dog Buns Pkg. HAASE'S ^^ ^^ ^^ OLIVES 2 " 69 C - $ 1.19 Large Box ••I ^^1 ICE CREAM Potato Chips 6-PACK Seven-Up Plus Deposit NABISCO OREOS Lb. Pkg. QQc %ofV BOX OF 48 BOX OP 48 «g| f± Ice Cream Cones 59 C MORTON HOUSE MUKIUN nuusE •• Baked Beans 5 16'/2 Oz. Cans $ 1 Richelieu Canned Goods Sale — Pwckti,liilvtioriUc«d Fruit Cocktail Purpto Plum* Wboli KirMl Corn CrtiM Stylt Cora ToiMtoet Out Grow • If 25 Gift House Stamps "with purchase of Pkg. of Paper Cups 1 or Plates 25 Gift House with purchiM of. Pkg. of Korn Kurlt or C«rm«l Corn 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Quart or more of Pickles 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Cold Meat* 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Lb. Box of Sandwich Cookies MMMMM 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Dozen Lemons FLORIDA RED, RIPE WATERMELON Potatoes 20 59 Got to eat, you know. PETER ESTHERVULE SUNDAY EVERY DECKER'S TALL CORN HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT Wieners CHICKEN AT WHOLE CHICKEN PRICK Peaches SANTA ROSA Plums Breasts 59 Wings 23 Necks Backs 15 Legs Thighs 49 Ib Ib Ib Blueberries - 39 THIRD 1,000 Gift House Stamp Winner Mrs, AM Htm, Alf ona Be sure to regUUr each w«tk for 1,000 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS plu« ch«nc* on • c§r lo*d of groceries. Ron & Jack's Food Center WE'LL BE OPEN UL DAY SUNDAY i MONDAY- 9 »M, TO I p*., JULY 3-4

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