Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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Almanac (Continued from Page 1) . Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Burt Savings Sank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last Mon* day, FEB. 16 —. Eldo Brunsen Estate, Vz-mile south of Cylinder, 1^> miles west, 3 miles south and one-half west of Cylinder. Sale includes two John Deere tractors and full title of machinery. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details in Advance today. FEB. W — Conrad Limberg, 1 mile south and 1 mile west of Woden, General farm sale. De* Vries Bros., Auctioneers, First State Bank, Woden, clerk, De- tails lit last Monday's Advance. MB. If - M. C. Kfosch & Son farm auction at farm located three miles north and two west of Ledyard. Sale includes five tractors, 296 head of livestock including sheep, hogs and cattle and full line of machinery. Krosch, Redel it Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmofe, clerk. Sale details in Advance today, Ml. 22 — L. P. "Shorty" Neppl farm sale, at farm located two miles north, two miles west and one mile north of Sherburn, Minn. Sale includes 73 head of purebred and high grade Guernsey cattle plus full line of machinery. Wedel, Clark & Kahler, auctioneers; Farmers Stat'o Bank, Sherburn, Clerk. Full sale details later, SOCIETY SHOWER IS GIVEN Marian Broesder Was given a bridal shower at the Good Hope Methodist church recently. Mrs. Melvin Ostwald had the guest book and Mrs. Q. Bjustrom had Melvin Ostwald and Cheryl Ost vvald. Mrs. Marvin Broesder served punch and Mrs. Vern Walker poured coffee. She was married to Ray Gerdes Feb. 7 the program. Mrs John McNclll ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE—J played several piano selections; THURSDAY, Ml, 11, Mrs. John Rich gave a reading and Mrs. Karen Davies sang a solo. Opening and assisting with the gifts were Mrs. James Voigt, sister of the bride-elect, Mrs. at the Good Hope church. GARDEN CLUB MEETS The Algona Garden club met with Mrs. C. R. McQuiston, Mon clay with Mrs. Wayne Johnson assisting. The new president, Mrs. Clifford Young, was in charge. Year books were distri- buted. A talk on bird migration was given by Mrs. Charles Fox, Mrs. Young showed slides of birds and wild flowers and some pictures taken in the McQuiston yard. New members are Mesdames Milo Dailey, James Hinton and John Slevin. USE ADVANCE WANT ADS BONUS BUYS al Ron & Jack's Food Center Something new — Exceptional "Bonus" Buy Coupons this week at Ron A Rack's. SAVE BIG WITH THESE COUPONS. Clip and Bring to Ron A Jack's through Monday. LIMIT ONE Bonus Coupon NESTLES 12 Ot. B.g Chocolate Chips 29< With This Coupon and $5 Order or More at Ron A Jack's Food Center LIMIT ONE Bonus Coupon 100 EXTRA STAMPS With This Coupon and $10 Grocery Order 6 Ox. Cans Bonus Coupon SNO BOY FROZEN 6 Ox. Orange Juice 6 for With This Coupon and $5 Order or More at Ron A Jack's Food Center LIMIT ONE Bonus Coupon Beet Sugar 10" B -*89 C With this Coupon and $5 Grocery Order or More at Ron A Jack's Food Center Bonus Coupon Red Potatoes 10 Lb B "'69< With This Coupon and $5 Order or More at Ron A Jack's Food Center LIMIT ONE Bonus Coupon DECKER Smoked Picnics 25 Lb. C WITH THIS COUPON — Bonus Coupon 50 EXTRA STAMPS With This Coupon and Purchase of Box of Hiland Twin Pack Potato Chips STORE-WIDE FOOD BARGAINS BURNETTE FARM No. 300 Can BLUEBERRIES 29< ! Rib Boil CLOVER FARM No. 2</a Cans Evaporated Milk 8 <» 1 • Pork Chops 8 KRAFT'S 15% Oi. Box • • • • • • • • • • • • • • i Look What a Dime Buys! MRS. GRIMES No. 300 Can CHILI BEANS 3 Ibs. 1 Purple Plums 4 * 1 j fag IFranks 3 i. -1 | — CLOVER FARM No: 303 Can • IZMAIIMM B^f^^W J. IL. %U • Ground Beef 3n>s $ 1 r/%ri/TAii 10 • —"—-. —- — • Fruit COCKTAIL 19< , Pork tenderloin 8 fa'1 ! SALT CLOVER FARM Tall Can • • Pizza with Cheese HORMEL'S DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW Liver • I I I I I • • I I I I FINEST WHITE NAVY BEANS K No. 300 Can \ CLOVER FARM GOLDEN YELLOW" 1 " BOONE RIVER 3 Ibs. 25 PETER PIPER 32 Os, Jar Hamburger Dills 39< DOWNY Giant Siie I I I I Ring BOLOGNA Srings'l • BANANAS *^ mm NAVEL HAM PATTIES 10 for'1 • ORANGES 4 Ib. bag 59 • WASHINGTON STATE CUT UP Clothes Softener 69 CLOVER FARM FRYERS Each RQc FLOUR 10ib^89c Large Box Quaker Oatmeal 39< PALACE BACON 2 * 79 APPLES 4 Ib. bag 59c < MIDWINTER MENU LIFT FRESH HEAD PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY, FEB. 15 CABBAGE 19 BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR 3 ib i»g 29< GOOCH'S PUDGET PACK Macaroni 2 ">• bag 39 VAN CAMP'S TUNA cans 1 YELLOW ONIONS 3 ib ba, 29c QPiN IVIRY NITE T)L 8:30 - SUNDAY! 8:30 'TIL NOON SATHER'S EVERYDAY Crackers 2 ib. box 49 C SATHER Lb. Box Graham Crackers 25 C

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