Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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I-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI THUMDAY, JUNfe 30, W4 Santo Domingo bride is honored at picnic Irvington — A picnic for the Lewis Rents was held at Mrs. Margaret Kent's, Algona, Sun* day. Guests were Mrs. Mary McMahon and Jim, Garner; Mrs. Ronald Waldera, the Verl Pat* tersons, the Lawrence Millers, the Harold Sabins, the Russell Canadays, the Stephen Cana- days, John Jenningses, Clarence Canaday and family. Mrs. Kent was formerly Emelia Tavarez, Santo Domingo, and was married to Lewis Kent, Algona, stationed there, Jan. 29. She is much impressed with the friendliness Of the people here frequently exclaming, "People are so good and they don't even know me." When the family visited the cemetery in Algona, where Lewis's father is buried, Einelia "spoke of the cemeteries in, her country where the people are .buried in vaults above ground. This is necessary as the ground structure consists of a few inches of top soil underlaid with coral. She, told also of a custom at the time of a death. The body, unembalmed, is kept over night and buried the next day. The ; house, where the deceased lived, is then locked and left empty "ifor nine days, after which, the members of the family who have been staying with relatives and friends, return and occupy it a- .gain, , :'. '/.' •.'•... ' •;.' Emelia was attending the university at Santo Domingo with the intention, of becoming an agronomist when the revolution broke out and the school was closed. Her father, a tax collector, owns two farms in the northern part of the country where he grows cocoa, coffee, beans, lemons, pineapple, etc. t Emilia expressed surprise at gifts received at a shower given Jor her. In the Dominican Republic the bride is given a shower but the gifts are always of a ; personal nature such as perfume, nightgowns, etc., instead of housekeeping articles as is customary here. , Visitors at B. O, Dayis's over j the weekend were his brother, j;the Qryille Davises, Revere, Mo. ' Gloria Canaday had her 13th • birthday last week Wednesday, '-, with an 'afternoon and slumber ^ party for Debbie Spear, Sherri i Engelbarth, Peggy Sabin, Jean- Vne Patterson, Suzanne Kent and j Kathy Miller, the latter four reJ: maining for the night. Mrs. Durwood Walker and sons attended a class reunion coffee Saturday at Call state v park. Saturday evening the Dur- ; wood Walkers attended the dinner and program of the 10-year 1956 class reunion at the Country club. About 100 attended. callers at Mrs. Hazel Sabin's last week Monday. Mike, Kay and Theresa, children of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, wej-e Sunday visitors with their grandparents, the Robert Skillings. The Lewis Kents and Lewis's ulster 9u«, left for Wwhlnglon, D. C., Monday ftfter a week here. HAVE GUEST DAY U. P. W. members from the Livermore and Ottosen Presbyterian churches were guests of the Irvington church women on June 23. Included in the program were a duet by Geraldine ' Potter and Yvonne Schmitt, and a solo by Phyllis Struthers, U, P. W. president Doris Davis gave the welcome. Geraldine Potter had devotions and Mrs. Ralph Hindman, Livermore, offered prayer. The Ronald Sabins attended a reunion at Callender Sunday. The August Robisons were NEED MONEY? To Buy Land To Pay Debts To Build or Remode For Other Purpose! Land Bank loans on land are low-cost, made for long terms...so payments are low. And you can pay in advance without penaltyl •et u* lor a LAND BANK LOAN LA1NJDBATNJK gt Penney* jn Preferably on Mondays an<J Wednesdays E. H. Hwtchins, M||r. Mr*. Helen Haa $/ Ass't. They aftd anothef glstef, gatet Kent, Washington, D. C., will leave there almost immediately for DundAS, Ontario, Canada, where they will visit the James Maclntires. Mrs. Maclnr tire and Mrs. Margaret Kent, of Algona, are sisters. The Kent* plan to live in Washington, D. C. where Lewis plans to attend a trade school. Sue Kent plans to spend about six Weeks there be* fore returning to Algona. The Erwin Blivcns, Rudolph, Wis., visited the Ronald Sabins recently. They were enroute home from Sioux -City where they hid «tt*Nted till IIH retinioh and to vtoit hil moth*r, Mrs. Made WiVen, in • Shower for '• . ' • ,bride givei at Plum afi&v — Hostess** at shower for the Lewis at the Plum Creek held munity hill Maiftity evening mere Doris Milter, Leon* Sabin, Millie Spew, Myrfta Cregson, Mallnd* .tennings, Florence Jehnin P*tte«on, Janice . ra, Sue Rent, -toycc Hutchison, Lois Larson, Judy Larson, Do* nn Union, Sharon Canaday, Linda Canaday and Margaret Kent, Washington, D, C., and Mary McMahon, Gamer, the program consisted of a reading by Leona Sabin, piano solo by Linda Hunt and two solos by Sharon Canaday, accompanied by Marjorie Mawdsley. A buffet lunch was served with Mary Me- Mahon pouring coffee and Sue Kent serving punch. ViftliOfi With Mrs. Florence Colwetl Sunday wete the Lyle JBE !- ., j . • , _ • Jtt . £ 1 m W A f. -. ^a iiA .. - ... A* , ' , A PeaM**, BHK, Neil Colwells/of Ames, Jim Hintotts, and Mr, HM* ton's father, Taylor Hinton, all Algona, Mr*. B. 0. Davis and Darrell, Irvington. Fenton Donna Frlnk had the 500 Birthday club last Monday evening. Angle Langcrman won high and low went to Eunice Heine. There were no . The Arlo Ranneys vMted ftfr day wito tfieTdm Lw§ jt W£ mer, Minn. Mrs. Lee, Georgia, is the Ranney daughter. The Donald Maitwingers have moved to the vacMt lotisr.oli the Wilfred Leahs farm so their present house can be moved to start work on their new home. Recent guests of the Hank Schultes were Jackie; Jo and Di' ana Lynn, Otto, of DeWitt. They are the Schulte's granddaughters. Their mother, Mrs, Otto, came Sunday and stayed until Wednesday and the girls returned home with her. Sunday guests of the Arnold HaAtelmans were the Fred Un- . Recent guests of the Ray Zwie- fell w«f* R ft Pryef LakeVJeW Nursing Home, Emmet^burg, and Veffiit l^e, Bwstow, Oalif' The Fryes aw Mrsj Zwiefel's father and Itfother. the Norman BolJingers, the Jami* Kresslns, Whittemote, were Sunday guest* of the Way* tie BbUlngefS, Lone Rock. Sunday guests of the Wizard Meni's were the Prank McPalls and Harold Zimmerman* of Whktemore. FOR FRESHNESS EVERY TIME—CHOOSE WHOLE CHICKENS quality t i glerleut Surt-Sav«. valu* for Fourth Sur«- yeur is Canned HAM 5Lh. Tin 4 39 CUT-UP — PAN READY FRYERS FRESH CUT — CHICKEN PARTS Breast-Leg-Thighs RATH'S BREAKFAST PORK SAUSAGE BONELESS RUMP OR ROUND BEEF ROASTS PRODUCE SPECIALS WASHINGTON 12 Lb. Bex CHERRIES 3 59 CALIFORNIA 16 Lb. Crat* PEACHES GOLDEN '•"'•'*• RIPE 39 10 c Ib RIPE TEXAS EACH MELONS 59 PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY 35 Ib 59 C Ib 89 Ib MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY BOOM Blnr Fume FRANKS GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM HaH Qal. 49 HI-C ORANGE DRINK 46-OZ. CANS VAN GAMP PORK«««BEANS Cans Seneca Frozen Lemonade 3 Mn> 25 C Salad Bowl Dressing """ 33 C Chicken of Sea Tuna. • *,- 29' COCA COLA 6 12-Oz. BoHIo Carton PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT Motion's Croam Pies Royal Ridge Charcoal Grainbelt Beer . . nefc 12 OQe $|M PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE EARLY BIRD COUPON wiHmwvg^ww9i9imiiim9 $Uaf«$AVf COUPON 100 EXTIIA FHKE BORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE STAMPS WiHi TWi $3.CO or iviore Urder Coupon Vflid TUPS.. J"j v 5 Wt Rtwrvt Th» Ilifht To Limit Quantitif* POTATO CRI SALE 100 FREE TOP 6IFT STAMPS Tbiri,»fri.«Sati POLLY PARROT TWIN BOX 30, July ! and 1 With $10 Qrd«r *Thi$ Coupon

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