Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
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THURSDAY,,DEC. AL0ONA ADVANCI-*i Mr. and Mr*. Paul were at Princeton, Minn., Christ* mas With Mrs. Lemkee's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jensen. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sleeves of St. Cloud, Minn., another son-in-law and daughter of-the Jensens. They have two sons Mark 1 and Eric and Dec. 19 a daughter Carla was born to^them. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee and Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Lemkee have been.yisited^by .the Wayne Bowhs, Bruce, Lyle and Lynn Kay, of KirabalJ, Neb., who left for home Tuesday. The G. W. Naylor family wa» joined at Costas, Mason City* by Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Lane and Tom of Green Mountain for Cnrl istmas dinner. They also called dh Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Ander son of Beaman .,.. The Naylprs plan! to spand New Years\ at 1 Marshalltown with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Naylor, brother-in-lavv and sister of Mr. Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding wore- happily surprised Christmas-Bye by the arrival of .their sons arid daughters-in-law Mr. and.'Mrs, Oletus Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Reding, of Phoenix. Ariz. Their daughter Jolene, an Amer-! ican Airlines stewardess, v also came from Los Angeles, Calif., and another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Bakers came from Waterloo. It is the first time in ten years the entire family has been together. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook had as .Christmas guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volk and Vincent, and daughter Jacqueline Cook, of Washington, D. C., who has spend some time in Germany. She returned to Washington on Tuesday. ., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Art' Kline were guests of-Mr. and Mrs. Du. .ane Sheppard Christmas. Christmas night the Earl Sheppards had as guests Mr. arid Mrs. William Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumaker. Mr. and Mrs; William Hutchison of Marshalltown were Christmas guests of the former's par- 4nts Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hutchison. They were" supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell one evening and ha'd at one time lived in, the Hutzell apartment. V-'Mivsand Mrs. Albert Granzow were visited Christmas weekend by their son Rev. Bpyd Granzow a'nd family, of New Ulm, Minn. •Mrs. Amy Johnson had as Christmas dinner guests 'her son Kenneth, Wagner and 'children, of Burt. ' ?"> Mrs. C. N. Robinson and daughter Mildred spent Christmas at Spring Valley with the form dr's son-in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs. Earl Miller: They Were joined there by afibthef son-in- law and daughter of Mrs; Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephen of 'Ayrshire tirid Mf. find Mrs. Lance Stephen of Iowa City. The Millers are former Algonans. Mrs. Olga Jordan and her sis* ters Ellen Carlson' and Alma Carlson had as Christmas guests Mrs. Jordan's son John, and family, of Minneapolis; Fron here,.they went to Des Moiries tcJ visit Mrs. Jordan's mother Mrs Helen Jolliffe and other relatives. Mrs. Harold Smith spent from till Tuesday last week i,'*fc Vitlv **» -«J J '•> •* «**' * 4 AMEHKAN CRYSTAL with her son arid daughter-in-law Mr. arid Mrs. Elvin Moore-and family at Cedar Falls. The Mojor es will spend a part of the ;hpli days at Orchard with Mrs. Moor eV parents Mr. arid Mr& Fraiij: Smith of Algona,;Mr. and Mrs Eric Smith, 6f Emmetsburg, an Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaffer, o Wapello, all of whom will mee at Orchard at the Raymond Han son's, all being children of th Smiths. \ Mr. and Mrs. C. J.- McEvoy had as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul; Dbnnellyj of Denver, Colo.,i Mr.:and Mrs. ; Calvin Mogler, of Quincy, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reding, of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. John Romer had as guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck, of Dickens. ., Jean Sires is here from Chicago, 111., where she is employed and will: be joined here for New Years by Mr.' and Mrs. John Sires Jr. and Wendy ,of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and children of Chicago. They«will:be at the' John Sires Sr. home for a belated Christmas and the John Sires Jr. will also visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. • • Mark Beringer is home from Collegeville, Minn., where he .is a .student and spent Christmas with his parents Mr. and MrS, Charles Beringer. He will • return there at the end of his holiday. ; ; " , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson and family were Christmas Eve guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pederson at Humboldt. ; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws, Brocke, Debbie f aind Travis spent Christmas rEy«*Sritf Christmas day at Cedar Falls with Mrs Laws' brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk have gone to Islamorado, Fla. to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyers of Whittemore also winter there and later Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau Sr. will go. there, a custom of many years. 'II SPECIAL PRE-1NVENTORY PRICES ON THESE CARS 1966 Chevrolet Caprice 2 door Sport Coupe, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, radio, tinted windshield, white wall tires. Red color with black interior. Less than 20,000 miles. , 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, . standard transmission, radio, tjnted windshield. Low mileage, Green color. 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne 2 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio. Low mileage. This is a real clean one. Blue color, 1964 Corvair 700 4-door sedan, standard transmission, radio, Just the thing for a second car. 1964 Ford 2-door sedan, V-8 engine, standard transmission. radio, tinted windshield, white color. Lots of car for the money. 1963 Comet 4 door *«d«n, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, radio. Turquoise color, New low price. 1963 Ford 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio, Lots of miles (oft. 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door sedan, V-8 engine, Power glide transmission (iutt completely overhauled). Radio, tinted glass. Barjp ain. . 1961 Ford 4 door sedan, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, radio. Extra good. 195* Chevrolet 4 door sedan, € cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio,. Perfect for that around town ftcend car, 1951 Cjhevrolft Pflray JMotr sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio. Black color, This is extra good. dt*ner than most. 1964 Chevrolet Flfftsifle '/? ton pfckyp/ i cylinder engine, 3 sptfij trinsniifiion, radio, Lot* of extrif. Jlaclf color. 1951 Chevrolet 1 ton tfMck, 6 cylinder. Mu»t bo seen. Lett of M*e for thii ont, MOTOR CO AVQQHA IOWA y"y •, yV.rVV V V V > » -, j • ••,« •- • V -~.'5*» •! 25 it 1 ps with purchue of: 2Pk|?s.ofColdCliW~ GRADE A DREAMERY LB. 50 Gift HOBS* >^*a V» ' "•*« l Stamps with purchase df Beef Roast OLEO or Hot Od| BUNS Sather first Laity 25 Gift J\ M t ! f f V f Stamps With .purchase of Lb. of Crackers 50 Gift House with purchase of Pair/of-IVyibns ' •>"•;; " n - MMMWIMMMIMPMMMMIMIM '54 fll BRER RABBIT Qt. Jar Waffle Syrup GREEN GIANT 12 Oi. Cans NibletCorn 4» 1 LEAN, MEATY SPARE RIBS ib 35 P t. 98 U.S. CHOICE .. "RAM IMPERIAL ....... , Strawberry or ^i^^^^v^V^TIT]--«M-MI< <l ^ T-BONES PRESERVES 4 RICHELIEU 1 Lb, $ 4 Jars § No. 2V 2 Can PEARS ..... 38 HILAND POTATO CHIPS Save 20c Twin Pack Box 49 Ib. Ground Beef WESTERN WONDER FROZEN Strawberries 4 89 SIMPLOT FROZEN French Fries 5 lbs. 99 3 IBs $ Ground Chuck 3 lbs u Racorn BACON Ib. 49 C LADE 7-BONE Ib C Ib CENTER CUT Sliced Ham 89 C Ib FRESH, CRISP Lettuce Head 19c IDAHO No, 2 Russett POTATOES 20 i 98' GOLDEN, RIPE Bananas Ib. lOc JACK'S FOOD CENTER Free Parking in Rear of Store • Prices Good Thursday -Friday -Saturday. Monday * Tuesday *Wediies(lay

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