Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 3
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ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCt-3 THURSDAY, JAN, 7, IMS Husbands to be guests of St. Joe CDA St, Joe — C D of A will meet Jan. 13 at 8 o'clock. The annual guest night for husbands sponsored by the Court, will be held Jan. 17, with the committee in charge, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Milford Plathe, Mrs. Wm. McGuire, Lucille lllg, Mrs. James Stahl, Mrs. Wilfred \ Kohlhaas, Mrs. Martin Friders, I Mrs. Robert Berte and Mrs. | Maurice Reding. In charge of ! the lunch and social hour Jan. i 13 will be Mrs. Don lllg, Mrs. David McGuire, Mrs. Robert Altman, Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mary Jane Origer and Mrs. Ed Bormann. MARRIED IN ILLINOIS Mary Lou Pincombe, daughter of the Elwood Pincombes, Salem, O., and Roger Thilges, son of the Ben W. Thilges, St. Joe, were married Jan. 2 in St. Beatrice Catholic church, Schiller Park, 111., at 11 a.m.; by Rev. Charles Bold. JoAnn Pincombe, sister of the bride and Mike Sinnwell were attendants. Dinner was held in the banquet room of the club Castaways, Des Plaines, 111. They are both employed at Emery air freight in Chicago and live in a trailer court in Des Plaines, 111. Attending the wedding and dinner were guests from Iowa, Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois. From here were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges, Barbara and Dennis, the Tom Reis- ings, Richard J. Thul, George lllg, Bill Friders, Butch Christensen and Mike Sinnwell. Marlene and Dick Reising, Wesley, attended to duties here at Ben Thilges' over the weekend while they were in Chicago. $ g£$ ££4S#$ The Mike Hofers spent the holidays in Oklahoma and Texas The Richard Kohlhaas familj spent the holidays with 'relatives in Baltimore, Md., returning Sa turday. The Paul Erpeldings spen Sunday with their daughter, Sis ter M. Letitia O.S.F., at Mt. St Francis Convent, Dubuque. «. \ The Roman Gales family, * ] Evanston, 111., visited here dur- 3 ing the holidays. ~ | Robert Thilges, Algona, took J care of the Mike Hofer farm dur- 11 I ing their vacation. 1 Brian Henry Bormann, son of ] the Robert Bormanns, born Dec. "''. 1 18, was baptized in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher with Mildred Bormann and James Mergen as sponsors. Kenneth Bormann returned to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Saturday following a holiday from National Guard training. He is the son.of the Ed Bormans. Wesley Mrs. Viola Studer tods Gfllotc owl » f^fc-fJr^&L,*.*?* 3 * *EW J m^^ AtS M Open Every Night Until 8*0 P. M. Snndajt From 8:30 To 12 Noon - Prices Good Thru Monday, Jan. It — Douhle Gift House Stamps Thursday Night Scollies Gold Medal FLOUR HUNT'S WHOLE APRICOTS HUNT'S num s ^_ Fruit Cocktail 5 HUNT'S HALVES or SLICED PEACHES The Carl Arnolds, Lake Park, former Wesleyans, spent Jan. 3 with the Theron Hansens. The Jim Bleichs, Spencer have a girl born Dec. 31 at the hospital there. The pre-mature infant weighed 2 Ibs., 13 oz. and was born by caesarian section. They have two other small children. Mrs. Mag Bleich and the Reese Martins, Farrington, formerly of Wesley, are the grandparents. Linda Sue Wood, daughter of the Wm. Woods, Woden, and Kenneth DeWaard, son of the Mike DeWaards, Wesley, will be married Jan. 30. A Simpson reunion was held Dec. 25 at Bob Lewerke's, Britt. Attending from Wesley included Mrs. Chloie Simpson, the Lou Simpson family, Anton Pearsons, Stanley Simpsons, Duane Larson. Also there were the Kenneth Donovans and Dan and Barbara Hill, Estherville, Art Larsons, Buffalo Center, Larry Simpsons, Titonka, Lloyd Gerbers, Algona, Judy Gerber, Minneapolis, and Dorothy Simpson, Des Moines. The Leonard Arndorfers had has Dec. 30 guests, the Victor Loebigs, two daughters. Sister Giovanni and Sister Michalene, Milwaukee, who had spent the holiday vacation at home. PINE WITH YOUR FRIENPS AT THI , . , PINE ROOM (ALGONA HOTEL) For Yeur Favorite 8fYtrage f PINING t DANCING * COCKTAILS ~-~ ' GOOD 'N RICH LOAF SIZE CAKE MIX 8 Oi. Box HERSHEY COCOA lb can FOR MID-WINTER MEALS o Fresh, Crisp Head Lettuce 2 Lge. Heads 39 C FANCY RED or WHITE POTATOES 100 lb bag 6.89 • • • • I TENDERSWEET RED Kidney Beans 6 1 TENDERSWEET Pork & Beans 6 N0.2;. CANS SWIFTNING SHORTENING 3 69 if* MAM 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF Pair of Nylons 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF Pka. Ytf-Yti Ceekief 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH Qt. Pickle* 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF Lb. or more of Brach's Pi? Mi* Grade "A" Large EGGS 3 doi. I 00 Heinz CATSUP "New Wide-Mouth Bottle" 19 C Royal Gelatin DESSERT (Limit 3, Please) ' 5 LARSON'S o WTHEJ/ffiK] Veg All STAR KIST - CHUNK STYLE TUNA Choice Beef Roasts BLADE CUT 7 - BONE ib. 53 ARM Ib. 63 6 303 $1 Cans I 3 cans f9 c I B - T STRAWBERRY •• jfl PRESERVES 5 "-1 MICHIGAN ffe Q\ W 1 NavyBeansZ bB °Z7< CLOVER FARM g| ffe Puffed Wheat • °- pk ° 1" ( Franks 3 lb. bag 99c Ground Beef 3 Ibs. S 1.09 Ground Beef 5 Ibs. 1.49 Pork Steak lb. 49c Palace Bacon 2 Ibs. 69c Decker's Canned PicniCS 1.69 v '' -' - ',' " ^^ WASHINGTON STATE Delicious Apples 19 LB SNO BOY PIC PAK SLICED 6 -oz. MOMY-SAVING WKIIMTOHELP HUYODRElBR 1 ,> v 7 V/ " Oranges 5 Lb ' 89< INDIAN RIVER WELCH'S FROZEN 6 Oz. Cans Grape Juice 5 <« 1 SNO BOY FROZEN 10 Oi. Boxes Peas or Corn 5 <<» 1 Grapefruit 6 for 49< CLOVER FARM Pancake Flour 3'/2 B 39 CLOVER FARM DETERGENT Liquid Soaps 29 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF $2 or more of fresh Fruits & Vegetables 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF Beef Roast 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF 1 Pks. of Fish i 50 EXTRA STAMPS i WITH PURCHASE OF 2 Pkgs. of Cold Cuts

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