Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
Page 2
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2-ALGONA (|6w«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN, 41, 1965 Mr and Mr* Lloyd Pool hav« returned from a visit at Tulsa, Okla. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mm .Tames Newel. TWeir son \Any recently returned from .Tanan where he had been appearing in "West Side Story" '" ttokyo. He flew to San Francisco, thence to Denver where he joined his wife who had beeri wUh ller parents during his absence. They then flew to their home in New York City-but had a, phone talk with his Patents when he was in Denver; ' Mr and Mrs Arthur Olson were at. Emmons, Minn. Sunday visitine with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Christain, Mrs Olson has been with her parents while they were at Rochester, Minn., during the time Mr Christian was undergoing examinations and treatment Mr and Mrs 6. W. Naylor were visited a short time apo bv the latter's brother and wife Mr and Mrs Walter Rodenbush, of Oxbow, Sas. Can.^ who were enroUte to Hollywood, Fla. to spend the winter. Gary, ton of Mr and Mr* G. W. NavlOT who attends Simoson college, Indianola, is homo for his mid-winter break. The daughter Judy who is employed at the Ames university in the animal laboratories spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr* Anna Ktoltarton w«nt to Park hospital, Mason City, Mon day and will have surgery for the removal of a cataract. Mr* Delia McK»e went to Iowa City Monday for a check-up at the university hospital. Mrs Celettirie Eisenbarth <*as visited Sunday by her daughter and husband Mr and Mrs William Pech. of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Louis Forrtl had Mr-and Mrs Ronald > Haas, of Jrvington, as dinner guests Surt day. Mr and Mr* W. B. Nu««nt of Des Moines are at Iowa City where Mrs Nugent, nee Zaida Dingley, is -consulting doctors in reeard to Sher spinal arthritis which hafe -troubled her tor some time and recently has been-progressing. Hen's is the type,which is caused by a calci urn deficiency, Mr and Mrs Htnry Zwiofel and Mr and Mrs Tom Buscher were recently.visited by Mr and Mrs Dick Zwiefel,' of Denver, Colo. Dick is a ^seminary student. Mr and Mr* Kennoth Hackbarth sp_ent Sunday afternoon at Ringsted with Mr and Mrs August Hansen. Mr and Mrs Marvin Hackbarth were .visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Bon Geisler, of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Doan.« .Sholl had Mr and Mrs ; Clare Hoyey, Carol and Jimmie, as Saturday evening and Sunday dinner guests. Mrs Alic* Wornorf was found dead at her home Sunday morn ins by Mrs J. 3. Burns who had stopped there to take her to church, a .regular arrangement. The gon .Ignatioqs John and his wife came at .once from Pittsburgh, Pa- Mrs Floyd Bacon is a pa»i«n at Mercy .hospital, Mason City Mrs L. E. Hovey and Mrs Alfred Schenck are in Park hospital. Mr* Marie Kuni left Tuesday 'or Rochester. Mihii., fcnd there was joined by her cousin Esther iurkc and from here they went o Minneapolis, Minn, and took a plane for Los Angeles where hey will visit with Mrs Kunz's irolher and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs C.' F. Anderson. After levcral weeks there they will go to San Diego and visit with another brother and sistcr-in- aw Mr and Mrs A. G. Anderson. They will be gone at least a :ouplc of months. Mrs Marie Kunz was recently visited by her niece Fidelia Kunz, of Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey spent the weekend at Ankcny with Mr aad Mrs Russell Pickett. Myrtle Turnbaugh is being visited by Mrs Rose Kennedy who came from Waterloo Tuesday after a visit there with relatives. Her home is at Denver, Colo., and she will be here several days. Mr and Mrs Ted Vera moved to Buffalo Center Tuesday where they have purchased a grocery store. They will continue the East End store here with the same personnel. Mr and Mr* Marion Burbank of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mrs Frank Vera and were joined at supper and for the evening by Mrs Elizabeth Post. Mr and Mrs James Elmers had as recent weekend guest the latter's son Gene Harvours who is attending the Dunwoodie school at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs, Howard Lowman are having Mr and Mrs Gus Hibbeler, of Omaha, Neb., as weekend 'guiests. Others at dinner Saturday evening will ,be Mrs Lowman's mother Mrs Katie Schroeder and Arthur. Mr and Mrs Henry Forst returned Sunday from a visit to the west coast, going primarily to see the Rose Parade and stayed first at Ontario which is comparatively close to Pasadena. They visited with many former Algonans and while there heard of the death of Mrs O., J. Stephenson, whose son Kenneth lives at Long Beach. Mrs Stephenson, former well known Al- gonan, died in a rest home, Much of their time was spent at Long Beach with Mr Furst's brother Herbert. Mr and Mrs Harold Peter left Wednesday morning for a vacation of a week at points in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. Mr and Mrs Holland Naglo were visited over the weekend by their daughter Carol who does secretarial work in a Minneapolis hospital. Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr. left Saturday for the Keys, Fla., and will be gone for about three months. Mr and Mrs William Dau Jr. had as overnight guests recently Mr and Mrs Gene Ross, of BlandinsvUle, 111. Mr and Mrs Howard Platt left the first of the week for Harlington, Tex., where they will spend several weeks. It is located quite close to Brownsville. LOOK DODGE POLARA! 85 aodgmiPolmim MCTINIWW U PERCIVAL MOTORS S. CHtYSif R . Y*o €§»* ii Sure Wrwn Veu Shdp FAKI WAY, fht» You Will Ofel Thi 5AVIN6S ADVANTAGES At All The Uw§4» Prite. For Equ«l QUALITY. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. We reserve the right to.limit quantities PRICES tFFECTIVE JAN, 21 thru JAN, 27 Reunion Vegetables by can or by case REUNION •-*' Whole Corn 3 No. 303 Cans By the Case ,315 REUNION CUT Green Beans 3 No. 303 Cans By the Case ;O95 REUNION CUT YELLOW Wax Beans 3 No. 303 Cans 39c By the Case 2 95 REUNION RED Kidney Beans 3 No. 300 Cans the Case ••fvwjy 2 65 REUNION 3 - SIEVE < Early Peas y« 3 No. 303 Cans By f the v Case 3 15 REUNION Cream Corn 3 No. 303 Cans Case 3 15 FLAVOR KIST Fig Bars >'•• 25< WATER MAID Rice 2 Lb. Bag 35 HORMEL'S Chili 3 79c BROWN'S GREAT NORTHERN Beans 2Lb. Bag 25c SCHILLING'S BLACK Pepper Can 33c IVORY Personal Size HOT CEREAL Coco Wheat Reg. Box 33C GOOD HOPE Cake Mixes 4 Reg. Boxes S 1 00 BLACKHAWK Luncheon FOUR FISHERMEN FROZEN 8 oz. pkg. 59C DEL MONTE PEACHES 4 "a, 2 ,* '1»<> Bar Soap 4 29c STRONGHEART Dog Food 6;55c MA BROWN RED RASPBERRY and STRAWBERRY Preserves si 00 3 GERBER'S STRAINED JARS Baby Food 1089 12 O/. JARS SUN KIST NAVEL Margarine Sj'hOO ^^^ - , _, 1% ORANGES 39c BABY RUTH or BUTTERFINGER CANDY , ... Chocolate Bits 3 U. S, D. A. CHOICE BEEF — WELL TRIMMED — TEND€R POT ROASTS Best Blade Roasts 52L $100 DURKEE Coconut 14 01 pkg 43 45c 55c COUNTRY STYLE — LEAN & MEATY PORK RIBS FOR BAKING or BARBECUING ALL MEAT — SWIFT'S PREMIUM Skinless Wieners 2 ibs. 89c HOME GROWN — STEWING HENS FRESH OYSTERS 33c SEA FOODS FILLET OF Northern Pike lb 39c HADDOCK Ib 49c HALIBUT lb 59c • » • • Lit 39c Braunschweiger Ib. 33C ESSEX SWIFT'S PREMIUM Summer Sausage 59 SPICED OR CREAMED AREWAY ( '() N. O MK'AI. *(>OI> 01STUIHI I ION

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