Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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Thursday, August 18, 1966
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THUMDAY, AUQ. 18, \9M ALQONA (low.) ADVANCES B/g bites JOEY BERNARDO, son of the Vincent Bernardos, takes a big bite of watermelon as a friend looks on in the background at Wednesday night's watermelon feed. Joey is ten years old and played on the Indians Little League baseball team. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. L V SIX YEAR OLD Ricky Diamond is shown above with his man size piece of watermelon which he received last Wednesday evening at the watermelon feed for Little Leaguers at the athletic field, sponsored by the Algona service clubs. Ricky, sen of the Phil Diamonds, and Ricky Ringsdorf, son of the Dick Ringsdorfs, were mascots for the Twins baseball team. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. S450 damage in accident Tuesday inning An accident Tuesday morning at 8:03 resulted in estimated total damages of $450 to cars operated by Evelyn G. Oakland, 51, Algona, and Brian M. Henry, 20, rural Whittemore. The Oakland car was traveling south on Minnesota street and the Henry auto was going east on State street when they collided. According to the police report, the Oakland car had stopped at the intersection and started across when it was struck by the Henry machine. Right rear fender damage to the Oakland 1965 Buick was $250, while the Henry 1964 Chevrolet had some $200 damage to the front end. Evelyn G. Oakland was charged with failure to enter a highway safely. GADE SILVER ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Gade, of Whittemore, will be honored at an open house in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 28, at St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors, Whittemore, from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner The Joe Vollmers, Bancroft, formerly here, are on a two months trip touring foreign lands. They left Mason City by plane for Chicago, and from there by jet to London, England. Their tour 'includes France, Switzerland, Rome, Italy and then on to Rhineland, Germany, to visit Mr. Vollmer's brothers and sisters. Mrs. Vollmer is a sister of Mrs. Edward M. Thilges here. The John Beckiuses and Mrs. Maggie Faber, Watkins, Minn., and Larry Beckius, Detroit, Mich., spent Sunday with relatives, the E. J. Gales. The Reding- Wagner family gathering was held Sunday on St Joseph's parish grounds with a picnic at noon with 130 in at tendance. Sister M. Madeline OSF, daughter of John B. Red ing, is spending this week here and will leave Saturday for Cor pus Christi parish, Chicago, 111 The past four years were spen at Holy Ghost parish in Dubu que where she was a fourtl grade teacher. Others attendin. were from the St. Joe communi ty, Ldvermore, Algona, Woden Waterloo and from Minnesota I Arizona and Ohio. W w ^^ WW™»" ^^ what ft takes YOU* tHOWNO ,'?,,• CONVENIENCE YOU CAN DEPEND ON FAREWAY FOR QUALITY AND PRICE Household Supplies POWDERED DETERGENT TIDE Giant Size 59c LIQUID DETERGENT IVORY 22 Oz. Bottle 55< JOHNSON'S FLOOR CARE KLEAR 27 Oz. Can lionTA^ USDA GOVERNMENT GRADED UbUAl CHOICE BEEF IS YOUR CHOICE I GUARANTEE OF THE BEST ^>>x-v> QUALITY ROUND STEAK lb 79° SIRLOIN STEAK lb 89° BONELESS A A , I IIINUTE A C c RUMP ROASTS89* STEAKS 15- POWDERED DETERGENT DUZ Giant Size Wilson's Corn King — Lean SLICED MUSSELMAN'S Apple Sauce No. 303 Cans 1C Renwick LOHGHORN CHEESE GENERAL MILL'S COUNTRY Corn Flakes Iiy 2 oz. Boxes c Boneless Ready To Eat GENERAL MILLS WHISTLES, BUGLES, or DAISIES — Items Large HUNT'S Tomato Sauce 8 Oz. Can C All Meat —Sliced HEINZ Sweet Pickles 25 Oz. Jar CARNATION •^•^^^ •••^^•••^^^^^•^B Milk 3 No. 1 Tall Cans BUTTER-NUT COFFEE MORTON HOUSE Pork & Beans SCHULTZ & BURCH SANDWICH COOKIES FRENCH'S MUSTARD No. 401 Cans Reg. 49c Value LEMONS MA BROWN PRESERVE GRAPE, CHERRY, PEACH, APRICOT, and PLUM PRICES EFFECTIVE AUG. 18 THRU AUG. 24 You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will G?t The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. rbet WAGNER'S GRAPE, PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT or Orange Drink

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