Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
Page 4
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4-ALOONA ((•*§) ADVANCI THUIISBAY, Serf, 2i, 1H* SOCIETY TOASTMASTEKS MEET The Toastmaster club met on Monday at the Johnson House for a 6:15 dinner. Milton Norton Us topicmastef called on M. Givens to tell the biggest problem he had as a rural mail carrier, Dr. L. Snyder to tell the status of the Republic of South Korea, W. Steele for latest interesting items on our Algona Industries, Paul James concerning possibilities of Red China entering the Viet Nam war, Bartholomew on present national effort to, preserve the Redwoods, Kiilsholm on his version of difference be tween democrats and republicans, Lockwood, what he would consider as qualifications if he were to judge a Miss America contest, and Cassel, in practice ,of law what is your largest problem. FEDERATED CLUB MEETS The Algona Federated club met Monday evening with Clara Amesbury, assisted by Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Mrs. L. L. Riter. The program on Iowa composers was given by Mrs. August Slagle, assisted by Mrs. George Sefrit, Corine Shimel, Evelyn Mawdsley asd Marilyn Paetz. Among the Iowa musicians mentioned were Karl King, Meredith Willson, Dorothy Lowell and Antonin Dvorak. A film was shown "Unity in Diversity" and commentator was Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs. J. B. Asa is president of the .club. Articles made by the blind were on sale and stationery with.Iowa scenes and made for the blind to sell were on display and 'available for sale also. RICHELIEU Canned Goods Sale CORN • wholt Ktrntl ™ • Crom Stylt TOMATOES *PEAS WHOLE POTATOES • PEACHES • PURPLE PLUMS 303 CANS VISITOR HONORED Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley gave a coffee last week Tuesday for Mrs. May Walker, former Algon- an, who spends the summer and fall with her son Phillip and wife in Chicago,'111., and her daughter Mrs. Arthur Messenger at Cedar Rapids. The winters are spent in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs.: Walker was house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison 'and Phillip,and his wife, went on to the Okobojis for a few days. Guests at the coffee in addition ;(•) the honoree and Mrs. Hutchison were Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, Mrs. Olive Herbst and Mrs. Frank H-rcey, The time was spent, socially. AT CANAJA WEDDING ' Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby have returned from Calgary, Canada, where they attended the wedding of their nephew Buren Ree and Elaine Hoff. The couple will be living in Urbana where Mr. Ree is working toward his Ph.D. degree at the university of Illinois. They also visited Mrs. Nasby's sister Mrs. Hans Ree at Bentley, Alberta, and brothers Silas Nyborg in Okanogen, Wash., and Russell Nyborg at Pinehurst, Ida., and the Nasby's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mac Poling in Albuquerque New Mexico. NEWCOMERS MEET The Algona Newcomers club held their meeting at the Algona Hotel, Monday night. Hostesses were Carol Jergenson and Donna Etherington, The ten new members were: Lucille Frink, Lucille Watermann, Ruth Bergstrom, Johanna Lage, Judy Pearson, Marlyce Burnett, Shir ley Teitz, Charlotte Nold, Evelyn Langeman and Mary Thilges The program was by Mrs. Clyde Dudley. Winning at cards were Dot Dahlgren, high 500 and Bar bara Everist, high bridge, AT EMMETSBURG EVENT Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldor were at Emmetsburg Sunday af ternoon and attended the open house held from 2 till 4 in ob servance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Howard King. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Ann Hanson went to Mason City Tuesday to celebrate her birthday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mortensen. SAVI MORE HiRi Every day on All Our foods FOLDER'S COFFEE 2 '^ 1.29 ORDER DUTCH LOAF CHEESE SPREAD 2 I SUGAR WITH 4 LIGHT BULBS 10 H» 69° YOU CANT BUY BETTER QUALITY... BACO N lb 59 BACON ENDS 4199 GROUND BEEF 3 IBS 1.29 X ' y~t! HICKORY Smoked Picnics ib. Ham Hocks "•39 BEEF ROAST "-' ' : ' ' ".Hi, '^''' Blade Cut ib. 49 BEEF ROAST •^_-. ' • ' ' •- - ' • ' ' -.•• < • - . 7-Bone Cut '• ' •• '- ' ' •'"••• BEEF ROAST . ^ t;-. 1 <K. ib.69 Perch Fillets 49 TATOR TOTS CRINKLE CUTS HASH BROWNS SHOE STRINGS FRENCH FRIES ib. 59 ib 69 AUNT SALLY and PALL MARK PRESERVES . . . 2 "• Jar 59" HILAND POTATO CHIPS '"""•""«* 5» RICHELIEU MOUNTAIN FREE "Fo// Festival of Stars" Record with $ 35°° Register Jape BARTLETT PEARS 43 1 PERT TISSUE 4 Mon Pk6$ I 00 LIMITED TIME OFFER JONATHAN APPLES SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Vernell Ludwig entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. IDLE HOUR CLUB MEETS The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Delia McCullough. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. SOWING CLUB MEETS Mrs. Ed JJlunier was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. The Rebekah birthday club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Waiter 3 >bs 49 Bananas ib. SATHER'S PEANUT BUTTER 80 '- J ' r SATHER'S COOKIES , SATHER'S CAULIFLOWER LARGE HEAD 39 Peppers & Cukes each He YOUR CHOICE POPCORN . LIQUID DETERGENT 22 Oz. Bottle 39 1 SKINNER'S MACARONI . . . . 3 .*• W Ron & Jack's Food Center "DOUBLJ STAMPS PN SUNDAY ANP WIPNESDAY" • PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28

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