Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-) THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1966 Engaged MR. AND MRS. Marvin Lued- tko, Fcnton, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of daughter Judy Ann, to Jerome Bettcrmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Bcttermann of Parkers Prairie, Minn. She is a 1964 graduate of Sentral high school and is presently employed by the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. in Fairmont. He is a 1963 high school graduate and is a machinist at Napco in Hopkins, Minn. An October wedding is planned. SOCIETY BLINKMAN REUNION A Blinkman family reunion was held Sunday at Mrs. Lillie Foth's. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Patti and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark and Tun, Mrs. Minnie Blinkman, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman, parents of Mrs. Muckey, of Shakopee, Minn., and others came from Manly, Walling- 1'ord, Storm Lake and Truman Minn. Mrs. Muckey's birthday was Monday and she and the family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey for ice cream and birthday cake that evening SHOWER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE A bridal shower was given or Monday evening at the Dor llemmingsen's lor Trudy Alt whose marriage to Richard Du gan will take place Saturday. 20 guests were present and the hos tosses were Susan Hemmingsen Marilyn Harris, Diane Smith Lorna Walker. Bridal game were played and refreshment served. The wedding will be Sat urday at 3:30 o'clock in th Metliodist church. GUESTS FROM ILLINOIS Mr. a.nd Mrs. Ted Fisher had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Echardt, of Kochelle, 111. Mrs. Echardt is a cousin of Mrs. Fisher and they had not seen each other in 53 years. Other guests were Mr. a.nd Mrs. Loren Wren, of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Emma Jorgen and Willie Fisher and children, of Sioux City, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jack Fisher of Stacyville, and Mr, and Mrs. Victor Fisher, of Cor with. GLADIOLUS WINNER John Sohimmel won the grand champion and reserve champion prizes for his showing of "glads" at Spencer July 30-31. The basket arrangements of the local show wore voted the best by the Sioux City and Spencer judges Mr. Sohimmel won several blue ribbons on his Algona showings last week. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Max Bast observed a birthday Saturday, Aug. 20, and guests who helped her celebrate were Mrs. John Hopkins, Patricia and Kent, Mrs. Martin Potratz, Barbara and Kevin, Mrs. Herbert Potratz and Dean, Whit- tcniore, Mr. and Mrs. William Wichtendahl, of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. AJvin Potratz of Fenton. SOCIAL GATHERING Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen were hosts to a group of friends Friday evening. A covered dish supper was served and three tables of cards were in play. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Aim Hanson. Mrs. Esther HeJberg entertain- oil her 500 dub Wednesday evening. Mrs. Harold Oihnore was hostess tu her bridge dub Wednes day ulleniuon. The dub consists o.f two tiibles. GROUND BEEF 3 IBS. ARMOUR STAR Canned Ham PORK CHOPS I 1ST GUT CENTER GUT 49 PER LB. PER LB. LADE CUT ib 39c -BONE CUT u> 49c RM CUT u> I COUNTRY RIBS LB PORK LOIN ROAST LB. HORMEL'S WIENERS LB Carrots nanas YOUR CHOICE PER LB. SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES 4 BOXES 99° MONARCH POT PIES 6 for $ 1 FIRST LADY MONARCH PEACHES 4 No. 2 '/i Cans 1 HERSHEY Half Gallon 4 WAGNER'S Orange Drink 4 1.2- 99° GOLD MEDAL (i O/,. Hags $ 1 00 HILAND POTATO CHIPS 29° HERSHEY Choc. SYRUP MONARCH • WITH $5 ORDER * TWIN PACK BAG CORN COLE BRAND Green Tall Can 6 7 9 FLOUR 25*-'1. WESTERN MAID No. 303 Cans $ No. 303 Cans $ 1 1 • WW 39 WESTERN MAID PRESERVES 4 $<i 10 Oz. * I Jars | STRAWBERRY PEACH APPLE GRAPE DOUBLE STAMPS ON SUNDAYS ANP WEDNESDAYS Ron & Jack's Food Center "LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN ALWAYS AT RON * JACK'S FOOD CENTER' — PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31

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