Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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Lydia Kinne dies suddenly; heart attack Lydia Agusta Mafthi Kinne, 64, of LuVerne, died He\V Year's Eve. She was/on her Way home from attending church in Algo- iia when she became ill and died on the way td St. Ann hospital from a heart attack. Funeral services were Monday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran church with Rev G. C. Gerike officiating. . Lydia Kinne was born March 25, 1900, near Ceylon, Minn.. the daughter of Renetta Wagner and Herman Hinz. She was married to Henry Kinne at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Fairmont Feb. 22, 1920. They lived about 22 years in the LuVerne community. Survivors besides her husband are two daughters and three sons: Donald, Ottosen; Lillian, ALCONA (lew*) ABVANCf-S THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1965 of the Jesse Riddles, Clafeffiont, Dec. 27. They are uncle and aunt of Mr Richter. /.•' Mr Urid Mrs Robert ft, Richer attended the funeral Monday at Buffalo Center for Hlo Lqats, Uncle, df Mrs Richter. . Sally Scobba, D£i Mblneft, v!i Mrs Arnold wood, Colo.; Niemeyer, Lake- Luther, Corwith; .Carl, in. the Marines and Carol, ited at the Home of her ehts, the Monte Scobbas over the weekerid. She is employed at the Travelers Insurance conv pany irt the insurance Exchahge building there. Mr and Mrs Dick Pott took their daughter Joan to Sibux City, Sunday to resume studies at St. Joseph's School of Nursing, after spending the holidays here with her parents. Gerry, daughter of the William Duffys, Algona, left from Mason City by plane Dec. 22. She stopped off in Las Vegas to visit June McEnroe, daughter of the Leo McEnroes, Algona, who teaches there. She then flew on to Orange City, Calif, and visited her brother and family the Patrick Duffys. He is a higl school teacher. Sunday the William Duffys drove to Mason Ci ty to see Gerry who had jiisl Mrs Melbourne Tarmpel, Rockwell. One son died. Sisters and brothers who are living are Adolph Hinz, Fairmont; Hanna, Mrs Herman Hagen. Eglin, III.; Rose, Mrs William Quade, Fairmont; Alma Nightengale, Barrington, 111.; Reynold and Arthur, Fairmont; Hilda Kuznik, •Waukegan, III.; Charles Hinz, Austin, Minn. Three brothers are dead. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Pallbearers were Roland Lenz, James Lenz, Dennis Olson, Dennis Seefeld, Roland Rochleau, and Kenneth Meyer. Burial was in the cemetery at Dayton. McCullough's was in charge. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Robert R. Richte and sons returned Sunday from Redondo Beach, Calif., after vis iting the former's parents, th R. O. Richters and also at th Robert Chamber's, Pomona Calif., Mrs Lorraine Riddle an< the Jesse Riddles, Claremont Calif. The Robert Richters attende the 50th wedding anniversary returned. Mrs Nell McCall returned thi veek from Atlantic where she lad spent the holidays with her on-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Griffith and soi r ohn. Mr and Mrs Everett Hodgin, )f Alden, came to spend Christmas with her parents Mr and tfrs Harvey Steven. They have been here again since Mrs Ster ven was taken, to St. Ann for reatment of a back ailment. the William Lampright family spent a week in Denver, :olo. at Robert Lampright's. Mrs Harold Lampright, who had lieen there two weeks, returned home with them. John Thuente had major surgery at Park hospital in Mason City Dec. 27. He was making satisfactory recovery until he coughed Sunday, Jan. 3, and broke open the incision —making more surgery necessary. He is in room 101. The daughter, Esther, a registered nurse in Denver, Colo., fell when en- route to church in Cherokee on Christmas day and suffered multiple breaks in an ankle. She was transferred to Park hospital in Mason City also. It will be April before she will be able to return to her job. 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CHOICE BEST BLADE CUTS BEEF ROASTS Ib Boneless Fillet of PERCH A D D 0 C K »> 49c SEAFOOD SPECIALS — Fresh Gut Halibut FILLET OF SOLE 59 Ib Ib FIRESIDE ASSORTED SANDWICH ROBIN HOOD Flour Bag 25 Lb. $1.79 NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS RANDEL'S. Chicken Noodles 3 is $ 1.00 GOOCH'S ELBOW Macaroni 7 oz. pkg. | Q C GOOCH'S LONG Spaghetti 7 01. pkg. "|QC t BUTTERNUT SWANSDOWN Cake INSTANT COFFEE JUST-A-BITE Grapefruit Sections 3 ' HUNT'S Reg. Pkgs. ALL FLAVORS JELL-0 Reg. Pkgs. BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 Ib.Can S 1.39 SPINACH No. 300 can »«*«««•*««•««•«»••»*«*< ,_..Y POWDERED SUGAR 2 1 Ib. Boxes 27c BOOK MORTON HOUSE 16 Oz. Cans STURGEON BAY Red Cherries mwr\ • ^i^ • IN^**W^. Baked Beans %59< FRESH VEGETABLES ATCHES 50 cnt. box Y ' " ' BROWN SUGAR 2 1 Ib. Boxes 27c DEL MONTE No. 303 Cans 3*39 FROZEN FOODS SWEETHEART OREGON TRAIL No, 2 Cans CHARMIN Toilet Tissue 3 ua 89c t i" ^^1^^ - *..--- ; ^^^^ .. ^^^^ ^^^ ! '. -. . 10 Raspberries IS. WASHINGTON No. 1 AWAKE CHARMIN Facial Tissue 400 Cnt. 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