Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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INUftiftAV, JULY f, 1H4 ALOONA (l«wa) AOVANCf-J Married in Algona Sharon Ray Climpson, daughter of Mrs. Peter C. Jorgenson, Algona, and Roy Russell Stou- gard, son of Mr. and v Mrs. Don Stougard, Gilmore City, were married July 2 at 7 p.m. at the bride's home. Pastor Charles Hawkins performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Ronald Waldera was the matron of honor, and David Climpson, Plover, was the best man. Terri Jorgenson served as the flower girl. A reception was held at the Photo by Glenn's Studio. home after the wedding. Sandra Jorgenson had the guest book, and Mrs. F. F. Muller served punch. Mrs. Charles Bird poured coffee while Mrs. Tom Cogdall cut the cake. Mita Jorgenson and Joyce Morey opened gifts. Out of town guests were from. California. After a trip to Lake Okoboji, they are at home in Algona, where she works at Honsbruch's and he at Weidenhoff Corpora tion. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mathson and Don Clason, of Minneapolis. Mrs. Tillie Steinman has her son Willie home from Fort Lewis, Wash., on a 16 day leave, Mrs. Amy Johnson has a grandson Pvt. Kenneth Elman, Montgomery, Minn., who is in service and is home with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elman for a two weeks leave. It is thought he will be going to South Viet Nam and has been stationed at a base in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. John Sires Sr. have as guests their son-in-law and daugtiter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and children and Jeanie Sires of Chicago. Mrs. Sires is on vacation trom the Good Samaritan Home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sires Jr. and Wendy are also here from Cedar Rapids and are spending a part of the time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark had as Fourth of July guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edgerton of Woodburn, who left Tuesday morning for Rice Lake, Wis, Mrs. Hazel Lusby and Mr. anc Mrs. Eugene Hutchins are being visited by Marguerite Dalziel, ol Corona Del Mar, Calif. She is a daughter of Mrs. Lusby and sister of Mrs. Hutchins. She carne Saturday and will be here two weeks. Harold Hutchins has not boon well of late and is at St. Ann hospital for awhile. Mrs. Elvira Monlux was here last week Wednesday from Ma* son City where she was at first hospitalized for a broken hip. Later she entered a rest home and has remained there for therapy. Her son, Dr. Andrew Monlux, of Oklahoma, was here and brought her to her apartment in the Alderson building. She is keeping the apartment until she decides on what she will do in the future. She returned to Mason City the same day. Mr, and Mrs, Russell Frazee, of Spencer, have purchased the home of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. The Frazees have purchased the Johnson House. Myron Alderson who has been a resident at the Good Samaritan home for some time was taken sick suddenly Monday and was taken to St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle have rented the Roy Hutzell apartment for a couple of months • while the new Svvanson store is being remodeled. Mr. Riddle owns the property and the ground west of it which will be used for parking. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins have been here from Sulphur, La., and visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collins and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hytiell are going to Fairmont, Minn. Sun.- day to spend the ctay with Mrs. Nina Weinnipn. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton had heir son Jerry and family 01 Omaha, Neb., as Fourth of July weekend guests. Joan Post who is taking a special course at the Mason Citj lollege before resuming her nur ses training at St. Joseph's, in Sioux City, spent the July Fourth weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs. Dick Post. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit have been visited by Mi 1 , 'and Mrs Milton W. H. Morling of En metsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton Coonan who returned with them to Emmeitsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streit and children were also here from Cedar Rapids and left the sons Mark and Mitchell for a visit the rest 01 the week. Josene Coonan has also been here from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis were visited over the July 4th weekend by the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McGinnis, of Hawthorne, Nev. William Evers who has been home on leave from the navy and visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers is now at Schenectady, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel have been visited by their daughter Mrs. Dyrl Jones and Debra Laurens. Other guests have been Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Trimble and Walter Richardson of San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf of New Haven were at Jefferson last week Thursday to attend the funeral for Bob's father Rudolph Tolsdorf who died of a stroke, They left the children Mike, Tony and Mary Ann here with the maternal grandparents Mr. anc Mrs. Ed Hagg. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Evers are parents of a daughter whom they have named Kristi Lynn, born June 27 at St. Ann hospital. Larry is in service and stationed at Fort Riley, Kans, Mrs. Evers and baby are staying at Whitter more for a short time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Mr», Milton Dahl was visited over the July Fourth holiday weekend by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family, of Pella. They also spent some time with Merle's mother, Mrs. Harold Hodson. Dr. and Mrs, Lyl« Ellis who are spending the summer here with the latter's sister Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas were recently visite4 by Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nelson of Shreveport, La. Segrid (Mrs. Kohlhaas) and Yarda (Mrs Ellis) were Nelson girls and Wilfred is a relative. Mrs. K'thryn Mahoney has re cently had as guests her son-in- law an4 daughter Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Wier, Pat, Cathy, Jean and Patricia, of Minneapolis. Mrs. Mary Nelson, sister of Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney, has en tered the Sisson Nursing Home at Humboldt. She chose that home because it is near rela tdves. EVENIMS FOR YOU* SHOMMNO , . SWEET HEART TOMATOES Tube 25C USOA Ghoio* Bwf - For Ttmhr Eath| BEEF CHUCK SALE BING Cherries POT ROAST BEST BLADE EXTRA TRIMMED ROUND BONE GUTS CUTS GUTS Ib Ib Ib Ib BUTTER KERNEL PEAS 5s 1.00 WHOLE CHUCKS CUT & WRAPPED FOR FREEZER 49c BAKERITE SWIFT'S PREMIUM ESSEX Shortening 3 Lb. Can ALL FLAVORS Kool Aid 3 pkgs. 9c Ib ALL MEAT SLICED Ib FRESH SLICED Ib SWEETNER Sweet-10 6 Oz. Bottle TRY OUR DELICIOUS — FRESH MADE. TENDERIZED MINUTE STEAKS ea TENDERLEAF Instant Tea ;.? 3 9 c POST'S 40% Bran Flakes 33c 16 Oz. Pkg. DEL MONTE Stewed Tomato 3 303 Cans 69c WAGNER Fruit Drinks 23c Quart Bottle Orange, Grape and Pineapple-Grapefruit PET Instant Powdered Milk 12 Qt. Box GEISHA MANDARIN Orange Sections 11 Oz. Cans CHARMIN Toilet Tissue 3 4 Roll Packs 89c CHARMIN Napkins s 1 Qc BEAUTY AND DEODORANT Dial Soap 3 Bath Size Bars 55c ARCHWAY — Reg. $1.17 Value COOKIES 3 Reg, Pkgs. $400 1 POWDERED Dexol Bleach - 67c JOHNSON'S Pledge ax 7 Oz. Aerosol Can 79c DOW Oven Cleaner 9 Oz. Aerosol Cans 79c PRICES EFFECTIVE JULY 7 THRU JULY 13 POLICY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Price* For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. "4 Id T? WAY' ,/TAJLIL.JL-/' ¥ IJTJL. JL, ICONOMKM, 1OOI) msimtil I ION

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