Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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6—AL65NA (law.) AOVANCt| THURSDAY, JAN, 41, IMS Mr* Detinit Jergertton »pent last weekend at Minneapolis \vitli her father Arniond Tai>b. Mr and Mrs Everett Burr ex* pcct their son Douglas home irom the university at Ames for a weekend visit. Mr and Mrs Ruppert Young had as Sunday evening callers Mr and Mrs diaries Eiocrt and family of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Dick Beisell went to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit with the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Duane Beisell to whom a daughter Mary Mane was receiuiy born, 'iney also have two little boys. Mrs Esther Barton bed as guests Sunday her nephew james Cook and family, oi "Webb. Mrs J. P. Smith has returned from Paullina and Quinby where she had visited Mr and Mrs M. K. Knuth and her sisters Mrs Nellie iviowry and Mrs Elsie Kegemtter at the latter place. ftnrs Harold Roth was dismissed Sunday irom St. Ann hospital where she was taken Friday having fallen on ice near her home and breaking a bone above tne ankle. Sne has a cast on but is able to get a round a little on crutches. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson have returned from Odessa, Tex., wnere tney had spent several days with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs C. llicnard rippcn and little son bret. Mrs John Helmers was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and aaugmer ivfr and Mrs'Virgil \Vtl- scnusun, Larry and Lynn, of Ft. Dodge. Meven Motttes to see a game. Carl, ion of Mr and Mrs Walter McBride, left his home nt O'Connors have since left to spend the rest of the winter nl Hollywood, tla. Mr* Pete Hilirud wa* v!»!»«d over night Monday by Mr and Mrs Albert Olson who returned! (o Webster City to be with their! son-in-law and daughter Mr and' Mrs Rufus Lindhorst with whom they will spend a part of the! basketball i winter. They will also visit with other children before coming! home in the spring. Mrs Gertrude Faulstieh Is at Studer will be .home Waco, Tex. Tuesday for three weeks of army air maneuvers in Alaska. Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher Jr., of Granada, Minn., spent Saturday at the parental home. Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer had Mr and Mrs Dean Tel ford, of Ottoscn, as dinner guests Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Leon Martin wore at Ames Saturday night where Mr. Martin refcrrced the Iowa State-Colorado match. A group of about 50 boys from here attended, sponsored by the Boosters club. Brian Atherton who attends the State college at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his parents Mr and Mrs J. J. Atherton. Mrs Elmer Potter has returned from Ames yhcre she has been with her sister Mrs Scott Moore the past several weeks. Mr and Mrs William L. Baker had as guest last week the latter's sister Mrs Winnie Wei- denheft, of Elmorc, Minn. Jack Rube who has been in service in Korea the past year Lincoln Neb., with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Faulstich to whom a daughter was born recently. Mr and Mrs Lewis Fraser plan to go to Lincoln soon and bring Mrs Faulstich home. Charles is in the air force. Mrs Alice Ditsworth is now at Tempo, Ariz., visiting with her son Dick and family. Dick is an assistant professor at the university. She will also visit Mrs Ann Curtis and Mrs Florence Howard, former Algonans, at Phoenix, Ariz. Eleven from area to get college degrees Eleven area students will receive their degrees from Iowa colleges this week. The candidates for degrees , „ „„ , - ., from the University of Iowa are: is home for 30 days and will M . A. to Marilyn Drcesman, Poll en be located in New Jersey. | lltlcal Scionce . B . A 'to* David His wife and little son Robert ! Passmore Fl . c ' nch B . Si with will now be wih .him.and their; Distinction to Kathryn Bav, furniture is being taken to the j General Science. new location. He is the army his career. this week to spend his quarter break with his parents Mr and Mrs J. P .Studer. He is a student at St. Thomas college, St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp were visited one day last week by Richard Peterson, of Decora h who was enroute to Missouri Valley where he has been transferred. He was employed by the Klamps on their farm many years ago. Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs Russell Kennedy, of Denver, Colo., and Myrtle Turnbaugh and Mr and Mrs Ed Blumer. Mrs Kennedy . has been .house guest of Miss Turnbaugh mos,t of the time. She spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and left for home Tuesday, i- Supt. and Mrs O. B. Laing spent the weekend at Des Moi nes and Ames and returned home Monday. Mr Laing attend; ed a superintendent's meeting Saturday at Ames and Sunday at Des Moines. They also 'visited with a sister of Mrs Laing hi Des Moines. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland had as guests Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Clayton Carlson and Mr and Mrs Don Ritchie, the latter newcomers to Algona. Pictures of John Oakland who is with the Peace Corps in Nigeria, Africa, were shown, and the surrounding country. John is teaching In a boys school. Mr and Mrs Neal Movick are expecting the latter's mother Mrs Oliver Olson, of Albert Lea, Minn., for a visit of a few weeks. Mrs Keith Strayer was at Charles City last week visiting with her son Sheridan and family. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schaden* dorf were visited Friday by the Schadendorfs of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Dick Post made a business trip to Des Moines last week and while there were guests of Mrs Post's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Maury White. Diane, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Carman, spent Sunday at Burt with Mr and Mrs Jake Meyer. Mrs Leo Waldschmidt if in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and it is expected she will have major surgery Tuesday. William Becker it a resident at the Bancroft rest home. His fiister-in-law Mrs Ethel Putney was at St. Ann for awhile but she too is now at Bancroft. Judy Knoll and classmates Sheila Krantz, of Watertown, S. p., and Margaret Peters, Burlington, have spent their quarter school break with Judy's parents Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll. They are students at St. Mary college, Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs John Sire* are being visited a few days this week by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Daniels and children, of Chicago, 111. They stopped enroute here to see Air and Mrs John Sires Jr. at Cedar Rapids and will stop to Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist church at Humboldt for Capt. Marvin Adams, nephew of Roy Adams. He was killed in a plane crash with four others in Germany. Mr and Mrs Adams attended the services. Capt. Adams is survived by his wife, three children and parents Archie Adams, of Humboldt. Mrs Wayne Hanson entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Florenus Bakken, of Bode, Corrinc Rippentrop, of Rake, Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken, and Mr and Mrs Jack Rube. Dr and Mrs C. W. O'Connor and son Chuck were dinner guests Sunday at the parents' making Jeanne E. Lighter, B. A. de^ grce in art education; and Rich- Mr and Mrs S. M. O'Connor and | City, it ard E. Burmeister of Burt, spec ialist in education degree from the Graduate School. Drake university. Candidates 'from the State College of Iowa are: Benjamin Hcrbst, B. A. social science; Judith A. Berkland, Fenton, B. A. art; Glennda S. Gabrielson, Sexton, B. A. English; Sharon K. Carroll, Titonka, B. A. elementary education; Carol V. Root, Wesley, B. A. elementary education. Frank Huxlable gels position Frank Huxtable, a former Algona businessman, was named manager of the Siouxland Better Business Bureau at Sioux s\lt .. i A' •*• •_'''•' ' • .' ... were joined by Mr and Mi's Don was announced this week. Mr Huxtablc was in busi- O 1~ . j i ' , T w*»< *T«A *AU4*fcUIL/lU VTCIO 111 UUOl- Connor, another son and fam- ness in Algona in a Firestone uy, at Lake City. The senior!store and in Storm Lake. ENDS "BOY 10 FEET TALL' SAT. with Edward G. Robinson ALGONA SUN. Thru WED. E1EVINE. MISHITS SfTTfffMS from tne blistering best seller! From the team that brought you UMB ^^ inoe fk CCSWill*l IVIIV—l-IMt CONNORS Cartpon SUPER VALU GRAPE JELLY 20-0i. Site 10 Oi. Jar MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 1.1* ARMOUR'S TREE! 12 Oz. Can 3 9 MRS, GRIMES Chili Beans No. 300 Can 10 REAL GOLD Orange Base 6 Oi. Concentrate. 3 49 Colonial New Orleans French Style BREAD Loaf 25 C CAMPBELL'S SOUPS • Chicken Noodle • Cream of Mushroom • Vegetable Beef 6 95 ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 LI). Bag 1.79 NABISCO SALTINES Lb. Box 29 QUICK or MGULAft Quaker Oats 42 Oi. Sit* 39 SUPER VALU BOOK MATCHES Box NESTLE* EVEREADY COCOA u>.49' AUNT JEMIMA Pancake Mix ZLkPkg. 39 DEL MONTE CORN Cream or Whole Kernel NABISCO COOKIES "Mix or Match 'Em" ' • 14Va Oz. Chocolate Chip • Lb. Oreo • 12'/4 Ox. Pinwheel 2 pkgs. 89 ( I I I Annual January BEEF SALE I I I I I I I U, S. D. A, Choice Government Graded HindQtr.49Pb|V2-Beef 43i icONOMY BEEF Fronts 28 HindQtr.37 1 /2-Beef 32 Ib Ib HOME DRESSED Lb. Roasting Chickens 29 C U. S. D. A. CHOICE Lb. C Beef Roast 49 Skin Cess, Shankless, De-Fatted, Fully Cooked —HAMS— Whole or Butt Half 49? b Center Chunk 69k I " _ • I I LEAN MEATY Pork Steak 39 BONELESS Pork Roast 29 Lb. ' ALL MEAT Wieners 3 ibs. 99 I I WILSON'S CERTIFIED Lb. DELICIOUS FOR SOUP Lb. Lb. iger 39 C | OXTAIL 23 C I Longhorn Cheese 49< • • • • • • • • JUMBO j^ *U± HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 29 FRESH FIRM HEADS CABBAGE 2 Ibs. 15' RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 49* Texas CARROTS •«*«««» \y No, 1 BRUSHED Red POTATOES 20-lb. bag T' TEXAS Juice Oranges 6 i 13 ( - Doz, 25 C Quick-R# ELM TREE BREAD 3 loaf pkg. 39 FLORIDA GOLD Oi. Concentrate ORANGE JUICE Sfor'1 FLAV.O.RITI All Flavor* ICECREAM Vi-Gal. 59' PRICES GOOO THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SAT. & MONDAY SUPERVALU FOOD STORE

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