Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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Come In and Register for over 40 Prizes Rods and Reels, Basketballs, Electric Coffee Pot, Flashlights and Grocery Baskets. Registration Thursday thru Monday. Winners Posted in Store Wednesday 24th Swift's Summer Sausage ESSEX THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Lb 59c U. S D, A, Choice Beef ROASTS Hormel's Link SAUSAGES Best Blade Guts Pot Roast Guts IB. 55c u>. 45c LITTLE SIZZLERS pk < 33C Turkeys Worrell's Smoky Flavor BONELESS READY TO EAT CANNED American Cheese Food Clearf ield A TASTY TREAT 2 Ib. box 69C Lean Tendered Ib. can 2.59 Pork Cutlets pound v •;,•••. ,',T."vrt r»jrT,r FRESH OYSTERS! TRY OUR DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DRIED BEEF FRESH FRYERS! SWIFT'S PREMIUM PICNI FULLY COOKUD Jhty'n Rtol/x Fully Cooked— Jvif Sl/ct and fat pound 35C SEAFOODS FOR FRESH GREEN Cabbage Pound CRISPY TEXAS Carrots 1 Lb. LENTEN SPECIAL Campbell's Frozen Oyster Stew OR Cream o( Shrimp 3 c "» 1.00 EFFECTIVE MARCH II THRU MARCH 34 PQUCY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FARE' WAV, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality, You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Tourney treat SALLY BAY enjoys a treat while watching the second round of the Girl's Slate Tournament at DCS Moines last week. She is a member o[ the Pep Band which accompanied the Cadcttcs for their tournament performance. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Still man. Three Wesley youths hurt in car crash A trio of Wesley youths, all students at Garrigan high school, were injured Sunday afternoon about ',-> p.m. in a crash one mile west of Britt on the old highway 18. All three were taken to the Hancock Memorial hospital for treatment. Dick Bleich, 16, driver of the car, suffered a .concussion and head cuts. Passengers Jim Youngwirth, 15, had a scalp laceration and minor concussion and Michael Froehlich, 17, had a leg injury and minor concussion. The accident occurred when the Bleich car, traveling east, i hit a spot of heavy water on the iiighway and went out of control, striking a pole. The 1950 model car had $350 in damage. Patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated and charged Bleich with driving too fast for the condition oC the highway. • Schoby new Minor injuries when two cars crash A collision between cars driven by Marcella A. Johnson and Earl H. Ludwig Saturday afternoon caused estimated damage to the vehicles of $950 and some personal injury to two. Marcciia Johnson came onto McGregor street from Lowe and her car collided with a car driven by Earl H. Ludwig. Damage to the Johnson auto was estimated at $450 to the hood, bumper, left front fender, doors and wheel. The front end and radiator of the Ludwig car had about $500 damage. Mrs. Ludwig had a bruised leg and Earl Ludwig had a cut jaw. The two children were unhurt. Marcella Johnson was charged with failure to yield the right of way. festival ALWAYS DEPENDABLE Silverdale Frozen PEAS — BROCOLI SPEARS — CAULIFLOWER CORN — WHOLE BROCOLI — GREEN BEANS ALWAYS IN SEASON FROZEN FOODS IB unit here The Kossuth Tuberculosis and [-lealtli Assn. met at the Algona Hotel March 12 for an annual meeting. C. R. Schoby was elected as the new president to replace C. B. Murlagh. The county will have the Mobile X-Ray unit in the first two weeks of October to X-Ray everyone over 18 years old. Campaign results for the south half of the county are: towns — Algona, $805.50, Mrs. Vincent Esser; LuVerne, $66.50, Mrs. Win. Bigings; Titonka, $172.82, Mrs. Bonno Schutter; Wesley, $107.50, Anna Flom; Whittemorc, $86.50, Mrs. Victor Perkins. Townships — Buffalo, $108.50, Mrs. Carl Gallics; Cresco, $82.74, Mrs. Merle Teeter; Garfield, $78.00, Mrs. Ernst Habeger; Ir- vinglon, $83.00, Mrs. Howard Raney; Lotts Creek, $58.50, Mrs. Leo Kollasch; LuVerne, $51.50. Mrs. E. Kubly; Plum Creek, $62.00, Mrs. Robert Harrison | Portland, $93.50, Mrs. Harold Becker; Prairie, $55.50, Mrs. Au gust Studer; Sherman, $57.58 Mrs. Alvin Weber; Riverdale $66.42, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien; Union, $66.25, Mrs. John Rich; Wesley, $88.00, Lois Bentele; Whittemore, $37.00, Mrs. Garman Adams. Ledyard — The East half Slate Line Conference Vocal Music Festival will be held here on Monday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m. Approximately 300 young people from Thompson, Rake, Titonka, Lakota, Burt and Ledyard will take part. The clinician will be Robert D. Pfaltzgraff, Buena Vista College, Storm kc, Iowa. . There will be selections by ;he mass choir, Each, school will also have a special number. The admission charge to the public will be 25c and 50c. The West half festival is scheduled for March 23 at Ring- ted. 4 H club news ALGONA AOK The Algona AOK's met March 13 at Mrs. Jack Limbaugh's, Talks were given by Barbara Faulstich and Diane Logue, Demonstrations were by Debbie Bennett and Sharon Menneke. Recreation was given by Barbara Faulstich. Guest was Mrs. Faulstich. Reporter is Terry Farrell. PLUM CREEK ELITE The Plum Creek Elite 4-H club held the March meeting at Ann Wilson's. A report of Fun Night was given and the booth for 4-H Day was discussed. Visiting mothers were Mrs. Calvin Bode and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson. C BR/vDLtV ADVERTISING. l« ... to get a Loan at our handy office. Just C9m« in and tell us what you want the Loan for . . « any worthwhile pgrppff will do. We will set you up with a Loan just right for your budget. The Security State Bank 1. E. State Street 5-2487 Office in LuVerne

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