Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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THUESBAV, H ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCED Mr. and Mrs. Ashby and five children of Dallas, Texas, were visitors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenho'lds'. Mrs. Ashby is the former Jean Morrison, daughter of Mrs. E. R. Morrison and the late Mr. Morrison. Mrs. Morrison also lives in Dallas. Many years ago Mr. Morrison was the Farm Bureau manager. It has been 20 years since Jean was here and she wanted to see the old home town. They were en route to Kentucky to-visit with relatives and friends. W. C. irelan is slowly improving from injuries suffered several weeks ago in an auto accident in which his wife was killed. The daughter JoEllen, Mrs. Robert Middleton came at once from Riverside, Calif., but has now gone home since her father has shown such improvement. She will probably return at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton took their daughter Phyllis and Richard Black to Cedar Falls Sunday where they will attend a student counsel camp for a week receiving instructions for their work here in the schools. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines with the latter's cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Art Corey. Mrs. Selma Godfredson is at Sioux City visiting with her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs William Bradbury. She is expected here July 16 for a brief visit with her son Lowell and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Thuente are going to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the wedding that morning of Richard Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Besch, former Algonians a number of years ago. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Besch, is at Jamestown, N. D., and is employed in a drug store owned by a relative of the John Thuentss. She plans to go to school this fall but hasn't decided what college. She has also considered becoming a beautician. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe of Margate, Fla., have reached Des Moines and are visiting with the daughter Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lodwick and family. They will be here later but the visit in Algona will not be as long as in Des Moines. Mrs. Floyd Turner has been visited by her nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DeKruif of Madison, Wis. They had also been at Sheldon visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius DeKruif. | Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp and family spent Sunday at the Oko- bojis. Debbie Utt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Utt was at Nevada Saturday attending a swimming meet held there by several groups from various towns. She was accompanied by others of her group here. Mrs. Kathrvn Mahoney, Minnie Schick, Ada Shick and Clara Murtha went to Humboldt Sunday to see Mrs. Mahoney's sister Mrs. Mary Nelson who recently entered the Sisson Nursing home. Her daughter, Mrs. Bruce Eckhart lives in Humboldt and her other daughters Mrs. James Payne of Monterey Park, Calif., and Mrs. Agnes Hum of Glendale, Calif., have been here to help Mrs. Nelson move. They came by plane but because of the strike they took the train from Perry for home. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel had her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter and family of Alpha, Minn., as dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth came from Vail for the Julv 4th weekend and visited the Henry Haags at Whittemore. They also came to see Pete Haag at the Good Samaritan home. The men are brothers of Mrs. Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser have received word of the birth June 27 at Spencer of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrel at the Spencer hospital. Mrs. Umbrel is a daugh ter of the Dahlhausers. The infant has been named Mariann Renee and weighed 7 Ibs. and oz. There is another child in the family, a son Scott. Mariann was named for the two great-grandmothers, Mary Muckey and Ann Dahlhauser. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wiltgen and son Eric have returned visiting with Howard Klinker who makes his home with the James Walkers. Other guests of the Walkers have been Mr. and Mrs. Latham Walker and fami' ly, of Princeton, Wis. . Recent guests of the Sidney Johnsons were their son and daughter and families. The son. Duane Johnsons, Bobby and Mike, live at Arvada, Colo. They also visited Mrs. Johnson's family, the Leonard Dittmers, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schreiber, Mark and Nancy, were here from Covina, Calif. Mrs. Schreiber is the former Doris Johnson. Mrs. Robert Reilly is leaving Friday from Perry for California where she will visit till August 4 with her sons Robert and Jerry and families. Robert lives at San Diego and is assistant manager to the chief manager at the Corvair company and also does pro- oraming. Jerry lives at Palm Springs but has been teaching at Indio. He is going to Claremont to attend the Institute of Fine Arts and will receive his Ph D degree. He has his Masters degree. Mrs. Anne Presthus was visited from Thursday till Saturday by her son Joe of Delaware, Ohio. He came here from Minnesota where he had made a business trip. She has also had as guest her grandson Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lashbrook, Mason City. Mrs. Hazel Lusby, daughters Marguerite Dalziel, of Corona Del Mar and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins snent a few days at the Lusby-Witmer cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seeley spent last weekend at Baltic, S. D., with their son Craig and family and brought home their grandson Scott who will spend a week here. from a vacation of a week at Leech Lake, Minn. Ray Walker has been to the university hospital at Iowa City for examination and will return there July 26 for treatments and possible lung surgery. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker are great-grandparents for the third time when a son was born July 26 at Dows to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kreitlow. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klinker and five children have been here from Kings Lake Valley Mr. ?nd Mr*. RoHert Bopekholt are being visited by the latter's sister Mrs. Robert Starkey and four children, of Shelton, Conn,, who came via plane. The Boeck- holts live at Burt but Mrs. Boeckholt is an R.N. at the Good Samaritan Home I. The visitors will also spend some time at Crystal Lake with Mr. Starkey's parents. Mrs. Bert Galbraith, of Deming, N. M., Mrs. Ben Knoll and Mrs. Mack Jones, of Santa Ana, Calif., are here visiting friends and relatives. Sunday they called on Mrs. Marie Hawcott and her brother and sister Lee and Bess Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan had 3 guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes of Davenport. Mr. Hughes attended his class reunion at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Hughes is' the former Mary Kelso. Mrs. Leighton Misbach, her mother, Mrs. E. A. Carlson who makes her home here now, and Mrs. William Sprowl, another daughter of Mrs. Carlson of Los Gatos, Calif., have returned from a ten days vacation at Aspen, Colo. Mrs. Sprowl plans to spend the summer here but at present is at Lincoln, Neb., for a short time visiting with friends. Mrs. Dick Post has had word from her brother Maury White, sports writer of Des Moines, that he and his wife are vacationing in Houston, Tex., with friends. Willie Steinman has returned to Fort Lewis, Wash., following a sixteen day furlough which he spent with his mother Mrs. Tillie Steinman and sister Mrs. Don Hungate. Tim Crowley transferred to Iowa City Timothy Crowley, 7, son of Mrs. Viola Crowley, Algona, was transferred from St. Ann hospital to University hospitals in Iowa City, where he will undergo grafting operations. Timothy was seriously burned June 15 when he and two brothers had emptied gasoline from one can into another and touched a lighted match to the empty can. He was burned on the right side of the body, to the upper arm, back abdomen, chest and hip. His mother is at the Iowa City hospital with Timothy. ON LEAVE FROM GERMANY Glenn J. Henry, U. S. army, is at home on leave from Germany. He is the son of the Dean Henrys, Algona, and wil return overseas Aug. 5th. They will leave today for a vacation in Bethany, Mo., and Kansas Ci ty. OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE MORE SHANKLESS —FULLY COOKED —ALL EXCESS FAT REMOVED —FOR GOOD EATING — Watermelon HAM BUTT ib ROASTS Center Cut Ham 89c 18 to 38 Us. GRADE "A" FRESH ICED a t*c IIS QUARTERED COCK - 0 - WALK Pears NO. 2)4 CANS White or Dark Meat 49° FIVER LIVERS OR SIZURIS i, • NO. 2y 2 CANS HEINZ KETCHUP 3 20 Oz. Bottle REHWIGK - MILD LONGHORN CHEESE 59 C ib Hawaiian Punch YELLOW RED LOW CAL 46 Oz. Cans <$Hbrmel$> waeners e USD A CHOICE BEE F BEST.'BLADE CUTS K EL LOGO'S 10 Oz. Pkgs. Rice Krispies 2»69c P. D. Q. INSTANT COCOA MIX 14-OZ. JAR f 000 Better than fresh beef alone I NEW PURINA CHUCK. WAGON 45' 2LBS. C FOLGER'S 6 Oz. Jar nstant Coffee 69c FOLGER'S OFFEE 2 LI). S Can SUNSHINE Lb. Box Honey Grahams 35c KRAFT Salad Oil Quart Bottle REUNION Pork & Beans No. 300 Cans MARGARINE 1 Lb. Pkgs. Blue Bonnet 3 69c JOHNSON'S Bravo Wax 27 Oz. Can GEDNEY ORANGE DRINK FROZEN AWAKE 9 Oz. Cans 69c -STOKELY Salad Pressing OREGON TRAIL FROZEN 10 Oz. Cans ^vv^fc^^^^v^ • r^^^ib • i^^^fc»»i« iv '"*• ^rfwiiv ^^^^^^^gp ^^^^^^^ Red Raspberries 4 \ 98c F Tomato TREASURE ;roiyr ice Quart Jar Liquid Starch Sta-Flo Sta-Puf 9 Fabric 25c qt. Softener 45( (jt, S| P arc M h 45C 16 OZ. 46 Oz, Can PRICES EFFECTIVE JULY 14 THRU JULY 20 POLICY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At AH The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. I ( () N'() \11< Al, *OO1> 1>IS

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