Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 3
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V,£H «A^ Mr. and Mrs. Mare Moore were recently visited a day by the latter s sisters Mrs. Max IMpin, of Waterloo, and Mrs. Wilma Wen r ger who teaches in the Britt school system. Mrs. Milton Dahl spant a day last week at Rowan with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dau Laidley. Mrs. Nancy Morrell and her sister Mrs. Viola Wagner, Ruthven, spent the weekend at Iowa City with Mrs. Morrell's grandson Robart Le Vier and family. He is a student at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisman are staying at the Hugh Black farm with the children Louise, Jimmy and Carolyn while Mr. Black, accompanied by Earl Zeigler and Howard Forsberg are moose hunting' in northern Canada. They will oe gone about ten days and are using Mr. Black's camper. street. Mrs. Emma Smith had as callers Monday Mrs. Elmer Metzger, of Lotts Creek and Mrs. Clarence Thilges of Fenton. Inquiry was made.some time ago for .the address of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, for many years organist at the Congregational church. I can now give the correct address for others who might want to know. It is 700 West Ridge Drive, Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer spent Sunday at Minneapolis, Minn. with their son, Rev. Ben Meyer and family and their daughter Joy, who for the past four months has attended a business college in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan have sold their house on north Jones street to Mrs. Marie Danielson and have taken an apartment at the Tony Schmitts on east Call IS WHY MOTORS Chevy's the BUY! USED CKEVROIETS 1966 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr. sedan, V-8 engine, Power Glide, power steering, ra- ' dio, black color with low mileage. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Sedan, V-8 engine, Power Glide, power steering and brakes, radio, tinted glass, white wall tires, red color with black vinyl roof, extra, extra clean and very low mileage. A real cream puff — also has factory air conditioning. Less than 20,000 miles. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. sedan, 6-cylinder, overdrive transmission, radio, turquoise color. 1962 CHEVY II Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, Power Glide, radio, white color. 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr. sedan, V-8 engine, Power Glide, radio, tinted glass and extra nice. 1956 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8, Power Glide $751 OTHER MAKE CARS 1963 Fcrd "300" 4-door, 6-cylinder, standard trans., and radio. 1963 COMET 4-door, 6-cylinder and radio. Nice. 1961 FORD Fairlane 4-door, V-8, Fordomatic, radio, extra clean, Mrs. Prank Vera has as guest*. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mularky of Moline, 111. and their daughter, Mrs. Joyce Jones and children of Streamwood, 111. Mrs. Jones is the former Joyce Mularky oi Swea City and is seeing many ot her old friends. Friday Mrs. Vera and the guests went to Buffalo Center to see Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera. Friday evening Mrs. Vera and Mrs. Mularkey s brother, Fred Hagen, joined the visitors at the Vera home and in observance of his birthday, cake and ice cream was served. Mrs. Lucille Zerfass has returned from a trip made with Her sister Mrs. Irma Altwegg, of Redtield. They stopped at Maquokota to visit Mr. and Mrs. wnuam Lamb and family, daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Altwegg, and thence to Downers Grove, 111. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. * Louis Verveer. Mrs. Verveer is the former Janet /ert'ass. The son Phil, who attends law school in Chicago, spent a weekend at home to be with the guests and the visitors and the Verveers spent more time in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue have returned from Grand Is- of Medicare, Activity Programs. Mrs. Celia DM) guests her sisters hit had •• Mrs. Paul Strand of Grangeville, Idaho, Mrs. Sue Simonsen, of Graettinger, and Mrs. Lovell of Ayr* shire who went from here to Brazil, Ind. to be with another raster Mrs. Paul Parkins, who is to.have surgery soon. Mrs. Deal did not feel physically able to accompany them. The Orville Wicks visited their daughter, Barbara Ann, at Stephens college Parents' Weekend on the Columbia, Mo. campus last weekend. She is a freshman at Stephens, a four-year college for women. Mr. and Mrs. Lout* Otto and Mrs. Clara Stranberg, all of Storm Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Otto, Sioux City, brothers and sister of Mrs. Henry Becker of Algona, spsnt all day Sun day at the H. W. Becker home here. Mrs. Becker has been ill with arthritis the past several fe* 2nd, Joel Smith, 3rd, WadcALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI—J months and confined to her liome. '•.',. Or, and Mrs. John Rooney will be in Omaha from Oct. 31 to Nov. 7 at a medical meeting. The office will' be closed for that week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Putxstuek and Lori, Bennett, Colo., visite.d his' mother, Mrs. Bert Putzstuck this past week, Her grandson, Keith Hamilton, student at Man* kato, also visited .over the weekend. Prizes given for Halloween dress at Burl Bort — Prizes at Halloween party at the Biirt Legion hall were: Pre-school, 1st, Sheila Wol Jraiham and Monica Jurgens. kindergarten, 1st, Lori Mamis; 2nd, Cheryl Sill; 3rd, Larry son. .First and second grades: 1st, Greg Miller; 2nd, Brenda Jurgens; 3rd, Joel Stenzel. 3rd and 4th grade, 1st, Sandra Madsen; 2, Norman Becker; 3rd, Cathy Sill. Fifth and sixth grades, 1st, Shar ron Patterson; 2nd, Sidney Karels; 3rd, Jim Doege. i Junior high: 1st, Becky Cranston and Marilyn Person; 2nd, Stephen Becker; 3rd, David Me Farland. High school: 1st, Ruth Long. Adults: 1st, Jean Grubb; 2nd, Joan Gifford. Judges were Ruby Hinckley, Janet Becker and Frances Sarchet. The Albert Bleichs returned last week from a six weeks visit at Virginia Beach, Va,, at their daughter Lavonme's, the Lt. Jer THURSDAY, NOV. 3,1M6 old Skaggs. They have a son Christopher William, born Sept. 15, and 4 year old Wendy and 2 year old Mark. On their i-etttf ft trip the Bleichs visited a nephew, the Lloyd Kaths at Wheaton, Md., and visited in Washington, D. C. sightseeing. Collections for UNlCEF Oct. 31 were $34.49 including prize money received'from the Halloween party at the Legion hall. Bernie's Market closed Oct. 29. They had operated the store since November 29. Bernard Miller is employed at Swansons in Algona and Mrs. Miller at Penney's. TO HOLD BAZAAR The WSCS of the Wesley Methodist church -will -hold a bazaar and bake sale Nov. 5 at the church. They will be. serv ing luncheon all day long. Arthur Helnke, Nhittenore area farmer, dies Funeral services for Arthur F. Helmke, 67, Rodman were held Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore with the Rev. Cleo Kautsch of- fiicating. 'Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Helmke died Sunday morn ing at the Palo Alto County hospital, Emmetsburg, following a short illness. Born and educated at Whittemore, he farmed in the Rodman Whittemore area all of his life He retired in 1964 but contin ued to live on the farm with his son, William. In 1921 he mar- tied Matilda Whittemofe. Mrs. Helmke Surviving are twd sdfll, , wu* ' liam and Wayne, Spfitfg Vilify, Wis,j A daughter*, Mrs* MitiM' Lonz, Paullina; 11, gfandchUd- ren; two slstei% Mrs. die Qtin* derson, Cylinder, afld if M. An* nette Greer, San Jose, Calif. Mr. Helmke was a member of St. Paul's 'church, Good Hope chirch plans corn projtot The Good Hope Methodist ohurdh will have it's annual Corn Project with Corn Shelling at the church Monday, Nov. 7, Men of the church annually bring their gifts of corn and cash for the upkeep of the church ^property and for serial rejects that are not included in the church budget. land, Neb. where with the former's they visited brother and MOICHS Ill m J t/ i 4 AtOUNA IOWA sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Logue. . „ Mrs. Jack Limbaugh spent last weekend at Greenfield with hef parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winn iaier. She was joined there by ler daughter Jacqueline, who is ttending the Omaha Baptist College. She is also employed in he olfice of the Mutual of Oma- a Insurance Company. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ouintard las as guests Sunday, October 0 the latter's mother, Mrs. Alice 'axton, brother-in-law and sis- er, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Med- nirst, of Storm Lake, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. \olan Nelson of Glen Grove. Mrs. John Cash, Mrs. Chester Schoby and Mrs. Ray Potter pent Friday at Fort Dodge with riends. Friends of the William Shir- eys who were residents here many years ago and Mr. Shirley .vas Kossuth County school superintendent, will be interested n learning that the son John, a raduate of the State University at Iowa City in 1932 has been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the college en- rance board and received his J hD degree in English in 1937. le has been associated with academic affairs at Delaware as prevost and vice president since 1962 and has been elected head of the department of and representing 1026 institutions. Mrs. Hilda Gronwall was taken :o Minneapolis, Minn, last week >y her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley and was met there by her son Ro ert and wife. She took a plane "rom Minneapolis to San Diego, ?alif. where she will spend the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Sayles and will also visit her son Jerry and wife at Fullerton. This is the twentieth consecutive year she has gone to California During her absence till spring tier apartment will be occupiec by Mr. and Mrs. Pat Goodwin as in the past seven years. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson went to Amboy, Minn. Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs Gamier Ewen. The couple also drove to Man kato just for the pleasure of the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby managers of the Good Samari tan Homes will be attending th seventeenth Annual American Nursing Home Association con vention at St. Louis, Mo. Th executive committee and counci meets Sunday through Tuesday and the General Convention meets Wednesday through Friday. Some of the topics to be discussed will be Future Patterns of Health Care, Title XIX Service Equipment HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE 5-3454 "Coodyear Tirei" Alfena OPEN EVERY NIQHT UNTIL 9 P.M. - OPEN SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 PM Gold Medal LOWEST PRICE EVER FLOUR 10 IBS 99 C 11 Bult'r Topp Large and Round 1 ANGEL FOOD CAKES AMWtfMIAMI OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES GRADE "Aft" -i*>/&,S-St '•".,•,?*• . 4 300 Size Cans $ 1 MONARCH SWEET POTATOES 3 No. 3 Squat Cans 1 BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 3 P.«k.g., WITH $5 ORDER LB. 39 BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR Lb. Bag 39 C PALLMARK PRESERVES 3 Lb. Jars $ 1 — Assorted Flavors HERSHEY INSTANT CHOCOLATE MIX 2 °°* 75< i {.' Hickory Smoked Decker PICNICS Ib. 37 6 to 12 Lb. Average FRESH-FROZEN.OVEN-READY SPECIAL "29c" SALE! • RED EMPEROR GRAPES • CELERY • . 2 Ibs. 29e 2 stalks 29e • SNO BOY CARROTS • - 2 Ib.bags29e SNO BOY CRANBERRIES ">• •»« 29« MONARCH FROZEN 6 Oz. Can Orange Jc. 17 c Oysters 98 Beef Roast 49 C Ib Pork Spare Ribs 39 c Ib Center Cut HAM 79 C Ib Ground Beef 3-1.29 Butternut Instant Coffee 6 Oz. Jar 79' SO Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Bags of Candy PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY, NOV. 3 THRU WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9 — Ron Jack's Food Center 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 10 Cans of Richelieu

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