Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 19M ALOONA (!•*•) AOVANCl-t Mr, and Mr«. Konnoth feld are being visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Larry Olson, Bruce and Brent, of New Orleans, La. Lar« ry is with the Armour Agre Chemical Company as foreman and has shown such promise the company plans to pay a part of his exenses at a school a little later. Mrs. Olson's sister, Jaae has visited them and also was in other parts of the south even going to Mexico. She is now eirt- ployed here in the telephone office. The Olsons are going from here to Huron, S. D. to visit his grandparents and father. Awhile ago Larry's oar was stolen and found in Houston, Tex. where it had been; stripped of special equipment for hauling the house trailer and burned as much as possible. Insur ance coverage was settled a« once by a company he fount most co-operative. Mr. and Mr*. William Runchty have been visited by their son Fernley and wife who are liv ing temporarily in Iowa City They *have their farm at Gosheti Ind. for sale and plan to locate in a central location for hi work as salesman for the Sails bury Company. Jack . Long was btr« Friday and Saturday on some business matters. He friends. called on a few students spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb. looking over he commercial art field and visited the art institute. Mr«. Veronica RotthUr and her son Harold and wife, of Livermore, went to Charles City Saturday, Nov. 12 to attend the wedding of a nephew Joe Roether and Mary Smith. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Soolty will have as Thanksgiving weekenc guests their son-in-law ant daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen, of Minneapolis. Thanks giving dinner they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chris- chilles. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman wil have as guests Thanksgiving dlay the tetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Boughtori, of Britt am Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sherman am children of Des Moines, who wil come the twenty-third and re main over the holiday. Dr. and Mr». John Schutter are being visited for an indefinite time by the former's mother, Mrs. Minnie Schutter of West Bend. Mrt. Delbert Moore came from Sioux FaUs, S. D., where she had been with her husband since he was taken to the Sioux Valley hospital there after the car ae- cdent in which he suffered severe back injuries. He is now able to have soft foods but the Mrs. Milton Dahl has.been visited over the weekend by her grandson, Bob Pratt, a student at the State College at Cedar Falls. He is doing practice teaching in Fort Dodge. While here he did some pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett are being visited by the former's father, Dr. G. New Sharon. / W. Bartlett, of Mrs. Vaughn Rising brought a group of her vocal students to the Good Samaritan Homes Wednesday afternoon. They sang a number of popular songs as well as a tew of the favorite and ans . well known hymns. The girls were Bea Kay Marshall, Lark Whittemore, Debbie Huber, Sar ah Huber and Kristy Kent. Rev. Noland, Vic Parsons, Or John Schutter, Rex Taylor, Mrs Webb Fowler and Mrs. Roy Hut zell attended a Methodist sub- district missions meeting at Em *mefeburg: Sunday. Mrs. C. N. Robinson and daugh ter Mildred spent the weekend at Spring Valley, Minn., with the former's daughter, Mrs. Bar Miller. Mr. Miller has had sur gery for the removal of a catar act and will have the other ey operated on soon. He is in the hospital at Rochester only twenty-five miles from Spring Valley so Mrs. MUler drives back and forth daily. Mrs. Robinson and Mildred visited him Sunday at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metiger Sr. are spending a few days at Belvedere, 111. with their son Robert and wife. Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Slevin has not been well the past week and Tuesday had a complete examination. His paralysis in his legs has not improved. Merle Moore and Mr. ind Mrs. August Schmidt have icon there to see him and plain ,o return Sunday, taking the wife with them. Mrs. Schmidt is us mother. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith at tended Dad's Day at Iowa City last weekend. Their son Bob is a student at the university. Dur ing their absence the son Steve stayed with his grandparents Mr., and Mrs. Don Smith Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge have had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraft, former Algon- joliits have trouble and been giving him at present it is thought a tonsilectomy will be necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen had as supper guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Losch, of Chicago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, of Bloomington, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers left Tuesday for New York and will be gone a week While the former attends a convention Mrs. Evelyn McDougall came Sunday from Mason City having heard of the accident in which Russell Cook was severely injured and died a few hours later. Ths Cooks and McDougalls were close friends and it was the Cooks Who were first notified of the death of Mr, McDougaU a few years ago. Mrs, McDougaU is employed at Memorial Park hospital in the office of a allergist. She was here but a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Mr. and Mrs. John Putnam spent last weekend at Ponca, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Putnam. Mrs. E. E. "Bud" Robinson and her father Frank Cink went to Fort Dodge Friday where they saw friends and transacted some business^ Major'L. H. Holmes and his family, the former Diane Rahm and daughters Julie and Jackie, left for Yuma, Ariz, last Friday where he will be stationed. Major Holmes had just returned Oct. 20 from Viet Nam and Okinawa after 13 months. Mrs. Holmes and girls had been staying with the parental Magnus Rahms during the Major's tour of duty. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, of Monrovia, Calif., are here to be with their son Franklin who was injured in an automobile acci dent on Nov. 7th. They report he is progressing slowly. They will be here in Algona a few days and then will go back to Sioux Falls. Franklin appreciates hear ing from his many friends. His room number is 407, Sioux Valley hospital, Sioux Falls, S. D. 'Robert J. Palmer, son of the T. J. Palmers, Algona, has mov ed recently with his family fron New Orleans, where he has been employed by Boeing Co Cheryl, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bless Rusk is a student at Drake University, Des Moines. She will spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents and will bring with her Jane Bauman, her roommate, of Pennsylvania. Gary, ton of Mr. and Mrs. •!§•» Rusk, a student at Drake Umver. sity, Des Moines, and with an instructor in ait and with other the past eight years. He is nov associated with Peat .Marwicl Mitchell & Co. at State College Pa., where his assignment, is in support of the Penn State U Ordnance Research Laboratorj which is under contract to de velop an anti-submarine warfar system for the navy. He is graduate of Algona high schoo Iowa State University and Loyo la University of New Orleans. Mrs. John Helmers is improving but is still hospitalized at Brainerd, Minn., where she was taken sick while visiting with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs, Robert Carlson. It was only a short time ago she had retired from several years of work at the Good Samaritan Home and had taken an apartment at 309 South Harlan street. BANCROFT HOMES SOLD Bancroft — The William Karels home here was sold recently and the Leo Leininger family is now occupying the house. The Jack Httten home was also sold to Jim Doyle and the Stan Lowes are .now living in the home. THANK VOW I wish to eyprffs my »ine«r« th«nk» «nd *ppr«<i«tion to wttri who iwpported mo in thi rtftnt tltfllfn- R08ELU VOWT - WITH $5 ORDER — PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese - * .^fSf ^.< ,".wi*,4i i^m^^ WESTERN STYLE French Dressing $400 8 Oz. Bottles GOLDEN SNOBQY CRANBERRIES ICE CREAM "1.29 Gallon MONARCH DES MOINES BLEACH Gallon 39c 50 Gift Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs^of Cold Mea< MONARCH CRANBERRIES 4 No. 300 Cans $400 4 50 Gift HOB$C Stamps with purchase of 2 Pkgs. Frozen Fish IMP KIN IQc No. 303 Cans SUNNY BROOK 0 L E 0 100 Gift House Stamps with purchase of $2 worth Fresh Fruits ' ahd Vegetables •" Lb. 9c Lb. Bag COLONIAL BROWN 'N SERVE ROLLS Lettuce Pkg. 23c DEL MONTE YAMS 100 Gift House Stamps ; with purchase of •' $2 worth of Health and Beauty Aids 4 No. 303 Can $400 4 FROZEN VEGETABLES FOR A BETTER DINNER 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of -. 10 Lbs. of Potatoes, CAULIFLOWER CUT GREEN BEANS WHOLE KERNEL CORN PEAS MIXED VEGETABLES Oz. oo 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Beef Roast Head . • . Everything For Your Thanksgiving 8 to 16 Lb. Average TURKEYS Lb. 39 c !;i ,~ £ ..' ^i •a DECKER'S DECKER'S ^j^ ^ 4^0^ Canned Picnics 3 ^ $ 1«99 Cauliflower » No, 1 Sweet Potatoes • Cukes • Mixed Nuts • Grapes • Hazel Nuts • Celery Hearts • No. 1 Yams • Green Onions • Walnuts , • Radishes • Squash FIRST CUT jm ^BK PORK CHOPS Lb 49c 4i98c PORK STEAKS Lb 59c Bacon Ends RATH'S ALL-MEAT FRANKS .X'^V Ib JACK'S FOOD CENTER PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY, NOV. 17 THRU WEDNESDAY. NOV. 23 • OPEN SUNDAYS UNTIL 6 P.M. t OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. EVERY NIGHT FRIDAYS *TIL 10!

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