Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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Algona girl married Marian Ann Br.oesder. Algona, - daughter of the Lewis Broes- ,ders, Lone Rock, and Raymond T. Gerdes, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Gerd.es, Buffalo Center, were married Feb. 7 at 2 o'clock in a double ring ceremony at the Good Hope Methodist church with Rev. Merlin Davies officiating. Mrs Jim Voight, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs Boyd Shipler, Burt, was bridesmaid. Best man was Bruce Orthel, Buffalo Center, and the groomsman was Marvin Broes- derv Ringbearer was Steve Voight and Julie Hagg was flower girl. Ushers were Jim' Gerdes, Buf- falo Center, and Jim Voight. Music was by Mrs Jim Dodds. A reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs Marvin Broesder had the guest book. Punch was served by Mrs Jack Davies, and Mrs Grace Bjustrom poured. Mrs Raymond Walker and Mrs Orville Holdren cut the cake. Host and hostess were the Roland Bernaus. Waitresses were Jane Walker, Phyllis Weigand, Carol Koepke and Cheryl Ostwald. Mary Bro-| esder and Jean Huisman had charge of the gifts. They are living in Algona where he is a member of the Algona police department. Photo by Glenn's Studio. HONOR BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl of Lotts Creek had as guests Sunday evening a group of relatives in honor of the birthday .of Mrs. Wichtendahl. Those present were Mrs. Elmer Pijohn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. William Lauch, Whittemore, Joan Wichtendahl, Mason City, .Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer and Carla, Fort Dodge, Mrs. John King, Lisa and Nicole, Irving, Texas, and Jeanette Wichtendahl, nurses aid at the .Good Samaritan home. Mrs, King and daughters will be returning to Texas in a few more days. mer Clark. Games were played by the children and the women spent the time socially. HAS FIRST BIRTHDAY The first birthday of Julie Ann Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Meyer, was observed Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas', Others present were Mrs. Kate Stephenson, Mrs. Regina Baas, Phyllis Scott, Sally Bird, and Mr. Mrs. Howard Stephenson and Jeff. PLUM CREEK CLUB MEETS The Plum Creek Womens Club met Feb. 10 with Mrs, William Marshall assisted by Mrs. Willis Etherington,"Mrs, Wayne Keith had the opening number, "A Poem." Roll call was answered by "Why I would Like to go to Hawaii" by ten members and three guests, The program on Hawaii was given by Mrs. Julia Taylor, Her talk was based on her visit there a few years ago, The next meeting will be March 10 with Elsie Willrett assisted by Mrs. Sadie Skiiling. There will be election of officers, and the program on Brazil will be given by Mrs, Ronald Gardner. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. VISITOR HONORED Mrs.. Albert Hagg was honored at a 5 o'clock Dinner Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs, Ruby Dodd and daughter at Humboldt. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Loftes, Hum- boWt, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Moe- ding, LuVerne, Mrs. Dorothy fenvilliger, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Matz and the respective families. The honoree is here from Monrovia, Calif., and will remain several weeks. HAS THIRD BIRTHPAY Mrs. Stanley Muckey gave a pgrty Saturday morning for the third birthday of her son Jimmy. Guests were Tom Hedlund, Joey Button, Cindy Kramer, Delyce St. John, Todd Friederes.and the respective mothers, Mrs. Herb Hedlund, Mrs, Jack Putton, Mrs, Alvin Kramer, Mrs. Jim St. John Mrs, Dick Fririeres an4 Mrs. Ho- HAS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Stanley Muckey had her bridge club last week Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Jack! Dutton and Mrs, Charles Crapser.' High score prize was won by| Mrs. Nels Anderson and low was won by Ruby Murtha. HONOR BIRTHDAYS Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rooney and family were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's cousin, Jeanette An the, at Ernmetsburg. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of both Dr. and Mrs. Rooney, HAVE 60TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Hutzell went to Earlham Sunday to attend the 60th wedding of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Senn, uncle and aunt of the men. AT AUXILIARY MEET Mrs. Harold Lamprignt attended the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary meeting at Whittemore Tuesday, She is president of the local auxiliary. HAS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs, 0, P. Harmes had her bridge club last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Al Agena and Mrs. Le§ Geving, who were also the prize winners. P, I, Q, MEETS P. E- 0. met Wednesday with Mrs. A. & Kresensky who was assisted t>y Hattie Wilson. &upt 0. p. Lsing gave a talk on "Education of Tomorrow." POSTPONEDMiiTIN© Mrs. Ted Chrischilles is entertaining lier bridge club Thursday evening. It had been postponed, a week, T© HAVf CLUB Mrs. Harold Lampright is en tertaining her bridge club Wed aescjay at a 1:30 luncheon. mi THE TRUTH YOU GET BETTER FOOD BUYS HERE 1 BONELESS LEAN CUBED Beef Stew ib. 69c TjcrfA> Faraway's Government Graded U. S. D. A, Choice UDUA ( Beef Assures You Of The Top Quality For Flavor and Tenderness. ROUND STEAK 79! BONELESS Beef Heel ROASTS 69c FRESH GROUND Extra Lean CHUCK ib 59c TASTY Braunschweiger 29J TENDER PORK STEAK «> 59c CENTER CUTS HALIBUT ib 59c FILLET OF PERCH ib 29c All Meat FRANKS ib 49c Fresh Frying Chickens MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 3 11b. pkgs. 69c CHASE & SANBORN REGULAR or DRIP COFF 2 Ib. Can $ 1 CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT 6 oz. Jar COCK - O - WALK PEACH 2 N0.2/2 CANS ROBIN HOOD \\m FLAVOR KIST = ' ^fe ^^ FLOUR COOKIES Coconut Bars or Chocolate Chips 2 is FARM KIST 25 Lb. Bag 1791 Prunes I • I w m ..•..:.;.v;iv> „...-..,.. 2 Lb. Bag olOUX BEE 2 Lb. Jar H WILDERNESS PIE MIX I Cherr No. 2 Can „= HUNT'S SALAD OIL Wesson Oil 24 01. bod. 39C CATSUP • HICKORY • PIZZA • TOMATO 3 14 <)/. Bottles MORTON'S FROZEN MA BROWN PRESERVES Red Raspberries Strawberries 28 Oi. Jar HEINZ MUSHROOM and Meat Soups 2 tall Cans 33C RED or WHITE g MANDALAY 8 OZ. CAN H r w "" = Cherry Piesj Crushed Pineapple 10c I Grapefruit QUAKER ' S Large Boxes SUNNY SMILES GREEN GIANT CREAM No. 303 Cans Team2for49c Corn 2for49c C HEART'S DELIGHT HEINZ P EARS Apricot Nector 2 85c 79c NO. 2/2 CANS DESSERT TOPPING CLEAR PLASTIC GLAD WRAP 100 itRoii27c Vegetable Soups 2 tall cans 25C • I 11 f I • 3 CLEANSER LuckyWh.pl COMET 4 oz, pkg, 39c Reg. Cans PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. U THRU FEB. — POLICY-^-Vow Can Re Sure When You Shop WAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality, You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY, WE RISE gyp THE RIGHT T© LIMIT QUANTITIES CHARMiN DETERGENT Toilet Tissue King Size $ 1.19 4 Roll Pucks ECONOMICAL FOOD BISTR1BUTI ON

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