Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 5
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tMUEtPAV, OCT. M, IfW ALOONA (ft**) ADVANCi-5 Evelyn Catty received • phon« ball Sunday from her cousin Mrs. Herbert Kierluff , nee Gayie Hen< derson, of Pomona, Calif., that a daughter was born to her and husband Oct. 13. She has been named Kathryn-and weighed 6 Ib. 5 oz. Mr. arid have been Mrs. Oliver Bakken visited by their son Kenneth, of Long Beach, Calif*, Who was in this vicinity on business.. Mr. and Mrt. Dick Mi Hag and family have been guests of the .former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson. Dick's office is at Des Moines but the home is at Jefferson. ;••><• Loretta Condon of Pasadena, Calif., has been visiting with .her sister Alice Condon for the past ten days. They both spent some time touring Iowa to enjoy seeing the autumn coloring and visiting with another sister Mrs. M J. O'Legry at Manson, and other relatives at Fort Dodge and Carroll. Mrt. Theodore Hutchison has returned from a visit in Des Moines with her son Ted and'family and will be leaving soon for San Jose, Calif., to be with her son- in-law and. daughter John and Sue Carroll and family. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lillie, of New Jersey, who also visited Mrs. Ruth Schrauth at Whittemore and relatives at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haas have had Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gay, of San Diego, Calif., as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg and Hugh Black and children Louise, Jimmie. and Carolyn spent Sunday at New Haven with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf and family. Mrs. Tolsdorf is the former Dorothy Hagg. Mrs. Frances Moe went to Storck and family. The ,Storcks irtade a return visit last week and also spent some time with relatives and'friends at Garner, Sheffield, and Britt. Mr, and Mrt. Richard Demary, of Joplin, Mo., are here to be With the former's mother Mrs. Mattie McWhorter who was taken to St. Ann hospital a few days ago, but is improving. < Mr. and Mrs. John Giseh have received word of the birth of a son Friday to their son-in-law and daughter Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Guerdet of Swea City, The infant weighed 7 Ib. and has been named David Lee. Supt, of schools 0. B. Laingj and County Supt. of Schools A. I M. Quintard went to Sioux City Wednesday to attend a meeting of superintendents from various other towns. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch were visited last week by their son-in- law and daughter Rosemary and con Domonic, of Ames, and with them went to Bancroft'to visit with Mrs. Gisch's parents Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Mesciher. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey are expecting the letter's mother and husband Mr. and Mrs. Arnie lelle from Lansing for a visit n the very near future. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle lad as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peck, of Mason City, cousins of Mrs. Slagle. Mrs. Fern Foster was visited Wednesday by her relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kemper, of Arington, who had been at Shelby, S. D., visiting with relatives and topped here for a day enroute lome. Mary Ann Sigsbee took her mother Mrs. Rose Sigsbee to Spencer Saturday and from there Mrs. Sigsbee went to Lincoln, Neb., to visit with her son- Sioux City Monday for a visit with her daughter Jane and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Stein, and from there will go to Omaha, Neb., to visit her daughter Shirley and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mongar. . 1 Ellen Carlson has had word of the death of Mrs. Marshall Brown, nee Edna Johnson, former Algonan and sister of Bertha Johnson who for many years held a Kossuth county office. After leaving here, Bertha joined her sister at Cedar Rapids where they operated a- rest home, ^Mrs. Brown was to have had surgery soon but died Saturday of a heart attack. She is survived by her husband, a son and daughter, and sister Bertha. Adam Reefer who has not and and been well for some time, suffered a dizzy spell a few weeks ago fell and broke his hip. He was taken to the University hospital Iowa City, where a plate was used to hold the bones in place He has returned fron\ the hospital and is encouraged to gei out of bed daily but not bear his weight on the injured side for awhile. Kathleen Griffen who teaches in the school system at Garner spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. Mel Griffen. Mr.- and Mrs. Gordon Grott are here from' Whittier, Calif, culled Here by the serious sickness of the father John Grotte. He is in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and had emergency surgery for strangulated hernia. The family drives there daily to see him and he is recovering quite well. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell had as guests last week Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester, ot Barlham. Harvey Peck's recovery from the fall he had three weeks ago while doing some work in the barn is slower than he had expected. His neck and sho'ulders are involved to a considerable extent but he is receiving treatment and is assured in a few more weeks he should be considerably better. Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell was called to Earl ham last week, her aged father Alfred Standing hay ing suffered another stroke. His recovery is doubtful. Mr. tnd Mrs. M, H. Hombruch went to Minneapolis Thursday and remained to see the Minne sota-Iowa football game. Mr. and Mrs. Pick Pott left on Friday for Minneapolis and attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game. John Sire* Sr. returned Thur* day from Iowa City where he had expected to have surgery at the university hospital, it was thought inadvisable at this time. Knute Mehl who has been employed at the .Good Samaritan Homes for several months, left Saturday for his home at Newel and after a brief visit with his parents who manage a Good Samaritan Home there, will go to San Diego, Calif., for navy duty. Mrs, Kithryn Mahoney rtcent ly spent some time at Washing tpji, la., with her son-in-law and r Mr. and Mrs. W. D. n-law and daughter Mr. VIrs. Earl Beardsley. Mr. Vlrs. Walter Klamp drove to Spencer Wednesday to meet her and bring her home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke nave been visited by the latter's t>rothers-in-law and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stangl, of Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Martinus Kenne of Deadham. Another guest Sunday was Mr. Gosck's si«t-r Vgnes Goecke who teaches in the school system at Spencer. Mrs. W; A; Hardy has been visited by her son Robert, wife Don- hVand daughtef t: Joierie;"of"Mi- not,' N. D., her son-in-law .and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundquist, of Rochester, Minn., and son Steve Hardy, who attends the Mankato State college, in Minnesota. • Mrs. Edna Harr has returned from a recent visit of a few days at Livermore with her son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing and family. Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Bess Hopkins and Lee Hopkins are being r visited a few days, by their sister Ada, Mrs,'James Bailey, of Mason City, who came Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer were visited over the weekend by their daughter Shirley who attends the Mankato, Minn., Commercial college. Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins spent the weekend in Des Moines where John visited with some of his war buddies. They returned home via Ames where iiey visited with their daughter Pamela, a student at the State University. She is majoring in English. Mr. and Mrs. Gens Hood spent the weekend at Minneapolis with their daughter Mary Jean who is teaching fourth grade in the school system. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenholc had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jacobson of Manchester who were enroute to vis- Braeh'f HALLOWEEN CANDIES FULL ASSORTMENT K;$' ^ 1 UALITY FOOD JLT LOW KM PRICKS I J'\i - ^ GOVERNMENT GRADED CHOICE BEEP AGED FOR TENDERNESS S Steak Sale • ni'.i'i '"',/'/', WELL TRIMMED w -^^ ^- -^fc^" -^ USDA CHOICE !LIBBY'S SALE! CORN 303 $1 Cans PEAS 303 Cans LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE 4 No. 211 Cans ONES SIRLOIN CLUBS BONELESS RUMP ROASTS RIB STANDING ROASTS LIBBY'S Tomato Juice 1°- 25 C LIBBY'S Red Salmon SKINLESS FRAKS LIBBY'S Fruit Cocktail 3 No. 303 Cans FRESH CUT HALIBUT WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON ib. 69c 100% PURE BEEF — LEAN GROUND CHUCK FRESH I Cranberries 1 Lb. Bag "A" GRADE TURKEYS - CAPONS - HENS - FRYERS r,lj. i v "-': t; H'rHiol' i Sft.S) 'IV • BAKING NEEDS GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag HERSHEY S Handi-Bake Chocolate 8 Oz. Pkg. BAKERS Shredded Coconut 16 Oz. Pkg. t nil.-i(T.r»-(^ • " • I ' FOLGER'S COFFEE 1.29 2 Lb. Can $ BETTY CROCKER WHITE ANGEL FOOD MIX 2 Reg. Pkgs. BIG TOP PEANUT BUTTER 18 Oz. Jar 49° BETTY CROCKER BROWNIE MIX Family Size ARCHWAY it friends at Fairmont, Minn Mr. Jacobson was jeweler for A H. Borchardt when he was in the drug business here. Lakota pastor to Minneapolis for convention Lakota — Rev. Paul Ofstedal of St. Paul's Lutheran church here, will be in Minneapolis the week of Oct. 19-25 as an official delegate to the Third General Convention of the American Lutheran church. He will be one of 1,000 delegates (500 laymen and 500 clergymen) representing more than 5,000 congregations of the A. L. C. in the United States and Canada with a total membership of 2.5 million members. On Sunday, Oct. 23, Rev. Ofstedal will preach at the three morning services at Faith Lutheran x church in Coon Rapids where the Rev. Orville Olson, .formerly p£,,Buffalo Center, is pastor. Margarine Blue Bonnet J--00 ? -'-;• PRICES EFFECTIVE OCT. 20 THRU OCT. 26 _, POLIfiY •" fl WVfVI issw-ww You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At AH The Lowest Price* For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. Cookies Inst. Milk FALL OLEAN UP SPECIALS KETCHUP GLO COAT POWDERED CLEANER PERFEX DOVE 73c 45c

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