Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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TMUWAY, MARCH 4, 1H» AL06NA «**§) ADVANCt-S 4v-.^.,.ft^^,-»..^^. ~^—.^ -^-.^^^^-.^rT^afJ^.-.--^ ..-n . Forewe//party MRS. NORMA MORGAN has moved with her family to Alabama, but she will be remembered for some time for the fine work she accomplished as Kossuth County Home Economist. Dr. Harold Morgan, her husband and former area veterinarian, accepted a position on the faculty of Auburn University in Alabama. Dr. Morgan began work with the school on the first of February and Mrs, Morgan and the children moved as soon as they could make arrangements to do so. The Kossuth County Extension Council honored Mrs. Morgan with a farewell party attended by more than a hundred area people, including former County Extension Director, Dean Barnes, now doing graduate studies at Iowa State University. The Eagle-ettes girls and Swea- Harrison boys 4-H clubs combined to present a skit for Norma and Greg Miller from the Buffalo Boys 4-H club played the guitar and sang some folk songs. ; Karl Kiilshptm, cnainhari; of the Extension Council, presented Mrs, Morgan With a gift oh behalf of the county. Kossuth County has not yet named a replacement for Mrs. Morgan. :>..,/. ' '. Mrs; Homer Lindhorst was visited at the Good Samaritan Home by her son 'Charles and wife, of New Sharon. They were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst and left for home Monday morning. v. Matt Lohringvof the Good Samaritan Home was visited Sunday by his brother from Emmetsburg. Matt has not been well of late. (Matt died Tuesday A.M.) ; Mrs. Hugh Colwell is again at home following a few weeks spent with her son Willis and the latter's 1 parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christian. . Mr. and Mrs .6. W. Naylor are being visited by the latter's mother and brothers Mrs. G. R. Rodenbusch, Ernie and Bill, of Oxbew, Saskatchewan, Canada. The son Gary was home for the weekend from Simpson college and the daughter Judy was home, from the university at Ames. Both returned to school Sunday/ "'"!:-' Mrs. W. A. -Barry has been dismissed from 1 '.the university Wife, after she suffered a shoul- hps'pital, Iowa"rcity, and is at der injury in an auto accident Mount Pleasant'with her niece near the Presbyterian church. She then spent a few weeks at Adel with her daughter Mrs. Harold Banwart and family. Her recovery 'has been rather v slow.v : Alan Holt who attends the university at Ames has returned after a weekend visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Holt. , Mrs. Edna Mitchell had as weekend guests her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Potratz and family, of Dennison. : Mrs. Walter Steven has had as guests her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cooper and children, of Des Moines. They came Friday arid planned to leave for home sooner but the storm prevented it. They hoped to be able to leave Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter went to Lotts Creek Saturday to visit with the former's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Luedtke. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pederson, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Christensen, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Severson, Gilmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson spent Sunday at Emmons with Mrs. Jerome Voit.. Later she will go to Dubuque to be with her daughter Betty, .Mrs. Roy -Berrie. She ha? been at the hos 'pita! r fqr; ; somlB: skin'graftirig; : Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Harms had as guests Saturday, Feb. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schroeder, of Iowa City and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel and Jackie, of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider had Mr.and Mrs Charles Hartwig arid Randy, of. Kanawha, as dinner guests Sunday . Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool were at Fort Dodge Friday and vis- ted with Mrs Margaret Reid at the Lutheran hospital, She has jeen under doctors care there lor some time at intervals and this time has had to have her ceeth pulled because pf.the tox- .c condition they were causing, Mr and Mrs Raymond Cook ipent the weekend at Clinton ,vith Mr and Mrs George Car mody. > Esser had his brother Henry of Milford as caller at the Good Samaritan home. Sunday, Mrs J. D, Burns took Mr Burns to the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, Saturday for treatment. His room is West 205, ualityisnot expensive... it's priceless! ou'll find quality here...reasonably priced! SHEAKLEYS F§§bioja Center Foy WPBQSB * w^ w^vvwwywwvwwvyvw^^ POLICY —- You Gift Be Sure When You Shop FARE- WAY, That You Will Get the SAVINGS ADVANT AGES At All the Lowest Prices Fbf Equal Quality, Ydu'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. We reserve the right to limit quantities PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 4 THRU 10 YOUNG TENDER — TOP GRADE PORK PORK CHOPS CENTER CUTS LOIN CENTER CHOPS c KRlflFT^SPREAD 2 L3. BOX VELVEETA CHEESE 89c Country Style RIBS u>. 49c FRESH MADE — SEASONED JUST RIGHT Pork Sausage u> 29c LEAN PORK LOIN End Roasts SEA FOODS FOR LENT BONELESS SKINLESS C Fillet off Haddock Ib. 49 — Spiced Herring 12 Oz. Jar — Boneless Gullets - Jar 59c Regular Cut Lunch Herring - Jar 49c U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF — AGED FOR TENDERNESS Ib tHICKEN-O-SEA TUNA ' 1 .00 KRAFT Miracle Whip Jar 49C ixKAM CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE PI Z Z A Reg. Pkg. French Dressing 8 oz. Bottle 25C KRAFT CAIALINO, CASINO, and 80*. $100 Bottles KRAFT AMERICAN KKAPT Salad Mustar ALPO — 5 VARIETIES Dog Food 6 Oz. Jar Mix or Match 1 Lb. Cans KRAFT Tartar Sauce FROZEN FOODS MEDIUM YELLOW 1 LB. PKGS. riiutcn ruuuo , j CORN OIL _ '--^r 1 ^; Raspberries Mazola Margarine 2^ 69 • _ _ m •' • ^^^^^^^^^.^^^.^^^^^^^•^•^^^•^••••••••••••••••••^• 10 Oz. $ Pkgs. FRANCO-AMERICAN Tuna STARK 1ST SPAGHETT CALIFORNIA NAVEL 15 '/< Oz. Cans PIES $ PLANTERS Cocktail Peanuts 6V4 ° Z> CANS o ° ORANGES SIZE 138 2 doz. 69c DETERGENT TIDE Giant Size VAN CAMP PORK & BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans LIQUID CLEANER Top Job 22 Oz, Bottle ALL FLAVORS JELL-O 3 S 49< DESSERT TOPPINGS Dream Whip 2 Oz. Pkgs, FLAVOR KIST ASSORTED COOKIES CHARMIN ToiletTissue 4 Roll Packs HOT CEREAL Coco Wheat Reg. Pkg. SUNNY SMILE PEACHES $100 No,2'/ 2 Cans STURGEON BAY Apple Sauce No. 303 Cans ic PUFFS FacialTissue 400 Cnt. Boxes MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 3 Ib. Can S 1.98

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