Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1965
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4—AL66NA (low*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1*65 LOCALS Mother of ^ men dies Mrt. Clarence thllgei And g Alan were weekend Visitors at two Algona Us. w " borl I * ro:kl "" ls '" G °" •* j Mr and Mrs Tom Btird»ley, ! formerly of San Diego, Calif., ' PI-O now living at Whiltier, Calif. ,,,„,-. . . i Tom is with a finance company West Bend - Funeral services ; a ,, rt , s a gon of Mr and Mrs How . for Mrs. Josephine Ludwig, 84, ,ard Beardslcy. a longtime West Bend resident. | Funeral services were h*ld on were held Thursday morning at ISnturHnv at Lone Beach. Calif.. St. Peter and Paul's Catholic j f or Ibrrv Dailcy, 80. well church here with Rev. Louis ! known former Algonan. His oar Greving the celebrant of the requiem mass. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery at Whittcmore. She was the mother of two Alcona men, William and Vernell Ludwig. Mrs. Ludwig died early Tuesday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Prior to entering the hospital, she had lived at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona for about 1M> years. The former Josephine Dorweiler, she was born and raised at West Bend and married Frank Ludwig in Algona -in 1901. They farmed in the West Bend-Whittc- more area for many years until retiring and moving to West Bend in 1941. Mr. Ludwig died in 1956. Nine children survive. Besides the two Algona sons, there are Leo Of Rodman; Mrs. Tony Kajewski. Emmetsburg; Elmer and Arnold. West Bend; Paul. Whittemore; Mrs. Robert Canzano, Yonkers, N. Y.; and Donald, Minneapolis, Minn. There are 46 grandchildren, 71 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Lakota hog buyer is promoted Lakota — Roger Harper, who wore Mr and Mrs Charley Dailey. both deceased a number of ycnrs apo. He is survived by his wifo and grown children and grandchildren. His brothers and sisters who survive are Tom, I-co. Mike. Margaret and Cclia. Tom had loft to visit his rela fives in California but would not cot there in time for the serv« ices, Hnrrv's uncle "Doc" Dai Iny will be well remembered too. Mrs Daisy Cook, Alaona, spent a week at Dclavan, Minn., visit ine her daughters, the Harold Walkers and also the married grandchildren. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman accompanied James Stillman, Dolliver, to Iowa City Monday and Tuesday on business. ALGONA A.O.K. Algona A.O.K. met Jan. 8 at Judy Thomson's. Judy Thomson presided. New members are Susan McGuirc, Suzanne Holtzbauer, Cindy Laing and Cathy McDonald. A demonstration was given by Cathy Lallicr. An illustrated talk was given by Judy Thomson. Recreation was led by Barb Faulstich. Guest was Mrs. Lallicr. Reporter is Terry Farrell. CHANGE DATE Because of a conflict with the HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE No. 300 Can REGULAR JELLO PUDDINGS All Flavors JIFFY CAKE MIX AH Kindt JIFFY FROSTING MIX All Kind* MACARONI JUHIORETTES 6 Oi. Pkg. MANDALAY CRUSHED .J KRAFT SALAD or WITH HORSERADISH PINEAPPLE 8 Ox. Can has been manager of the Wilson j chamber ~of Commerce banquet and Company buying station in Lakota since 1960. has been promoted to the position of buyer in the Albert Lea, Minn, area. His duties will consist of buying hogs in that territory and he will work directly out of the Wilson & Co. plant at Albert Lea. The Harpers have purchased a home and plan to move to Albert Lea Jan. 15. Ben Carney, who has been a member of the Wilson and Company buying staff at Albert Lea, will assume duties of. manager of the Lakota station on Jan. 18. He and .his wife have bought next Tuesday night, the annual meeting of the United Fund has been moved back until Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the court house. SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER — William S. Charls was honored in December for completion of 60 years as a Sunday school teacher at Morgan Valley Christian Church. He has rarely missed a Sunday and is con tinuing to 'teach at the age ot 81. Most newsprint used in the United States comes from Cana- HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE 8 Oz. Can MUSTARD 6 Oi. Jar JIFFY CORN MUFFIN MIX 8'/2 Or. Pkg. TONE'S ACE BLACK PEPPER V Ox. Pkg. LUX FACIAL SOAP Reg. Bar KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUE Junior Sixe the Harper home in Lakota. da. — Notice — WE ARE OPEN WITH GOOD FOOD WEEK DAYS 6 A.M. to 11 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS OLGA & AL'S PLACE Hwy. 18 Ph. 295-9170 COMMANDER SARDINES Mustard or Oil Pack 4 Oz. Flat Tin MUSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 8 Oz. Can HAPPY HOST PORK & BEANS No. 300 Can SUPER VALU PLAIN or IODIZED SALT 26 Oz. Round Box KOBEY SHOESTRING POTATOES 1% Oz. Can .Sf f A1 A L S CHEWING GUM PKGS. MEXICAN STYLE CHILI BEANS DARK RED KIDNEY BEANS WHITE HOMINY RED BEANS SPAGHETTI No. 300 Sire Cans TEXAS Cello 1 Lb. Bag LARGE FIRM HEAD SELL TOMORROW with a WANT AD TODAY! S.rV«i;*£'i"i*iv£VVi»i : ^'''~ '^ >'^i~'--' ** ; "-'>*f \ *ZK.'V.'*>k|L JBK '«;?£ *~n n.r*ir» f -K i».«.;eMiS-<&*Ann™>—«,**. jfxt, *&®f : -.?v~t <V *O™-^_ r!«.»!*..W«t ,^J&£S£g£^«£ '•A^^J^^R. JtX\"S&'^ -an-jgl*j »-»*!« *• »«. A^fnt*?. *Vii : ;_ «ct... v ^ <^-_ .-„„„? . ESJyM* *»•*•**« • giti 1 * ? v' »'•""/TV!-; Z?^3k *«•«•••>. «f 'ff:\ SS&| W?**SD§S$i£ CARROTS 10< CABBAGE 10 Pound WE RECOMMEND AS ALGONA'S BEST BUY IN POTATOES'; U. S. No. 1 Wisconsin Russets 10 »» 79 TRY A WANT AD IN THE . . . Kossuth County Advance JUMBO STALK MR. G FROZEN FRENCH FRIES Reg. Pkg. K FLAVORITf CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF, HAM and SALISBURY TV BIRDSEYE WILSON'S CERTIFIED FRESH SHOULDER PORK Pound ARMOUR'S STAR BARBECUED FULLY COOKED 2Va Lb. Can Back Ribs 1 49 FRESH PORK Pound HOCKS 27e COLBY LONGHORN Lb. CHEESE 59c FRESH PORK Pound BRAINS 19c HORMEL Pkg. USDA CHOICE FANCY CUTS Pound Beef Roast 49 EXTRA LEAN Ground BEEF Fresh Daily $ QUARTERS U. S. D; A. CHOICE BEEF HIND FRONT HALF A QUARTER QUARTER BEEF Ib Ib Jumbo Size TANGELOS 6«-29< I 3* 31 HIND FRONT QUARTER QUARTIR •i ' ! c Ib HALF A BEEF lib 10 0*. Pkg, MARIGOLD No. 1 OUALTY Half Ga|. : F«EP SAMPLES Fr». and Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m Dinners 39 * Peas 3^49 ICE CREAM 1C FLAVORITE 0?- Twin Pack Box 'The Paper with Shopper Coverage and Newspaper PRICES GOOD THURSDAY/ FRIDAY, SAT. ft MONDAY SUPERVALU FOOD STORE

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