Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
Page 5
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A »!!T UWAMM - S Engaged MR, AND MRS, Stanley H. Muckey announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Lou, to Mr. James D. Shipler, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler, Burt. The wedding ceremony will be held at the West Anaheim Methodist 'church, Anaheim, California';'Sunday, April 25. Engaged MRS. LEWIS-KENT announces the engagement of her daughter, Margaret Anne, to SA Johnny H. Hilton, son of Mr. and "Mrs. W. S. Hilton, Alma, Ga. Margaret is employed in the Justice Dept. in Washington, D. C. .and Mr. Hilton is stationed at Anacostia Naval 'yard 'there. 'An August wedding is planned. Citation won by Algona woman's The Kossuth Federated Women's clubs met Saturday at the Burt Methodist 'church. Hostess clubs were Burt Women's, Union Mothers and Daughters, Lakqta Acorn Club and Fentbn's Town and Country. Mrs, Mary Oesterreicher, Titonka, county {president, presided. Morning speaker was Mrs. .Vern. Weaver, Dayton, 6th district director; She-gave 'Federation Gleanings and read a paper on Iowa..river transportation. ,A fashion show was : staged: in the afternoon with 'different 'club members modeling their,, own hand made clothing. . Mrs. Milford Wilson, art teacher in north Kossuth towns, spoke on Art and Creativity in art. A poem, Closing Ode To Today, written for the occasion by Margaret *Durant, was read by Mrs. Oesterreicher. The Algona club won a citation tor its efforts in community improvement during the past two year's; 'an 'award ^given 'by the General Federation and 'the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, It was given to the local club for, two projects: the placing of signs giving directions to the Rose Garden, and placing the name stakes at each rose'bush, Nine Algona women attended: Mesdames Lyje Steele, 'Roy Adams, J. B, Asa, Jbhn 'Thompson, Chas. Patterson, J. A. 'R0id, Aug. Slagle, Geo. Wolf, ; gnd Eli?abeth Schenck, Kill conies! to Salurday, May 1 The Kite Flying contest Iheld Saturday, April 10, at the Bertha Godfrey school grounds sponsored by the Kjwanis club was' not too successful. The wind was too high and it *wgs stormy. Rev. Frink Harcey and CJgjr Plossom were in charge. Only five boys and their dUfts eanie: Greg^ Alien, son of Elgin Allen; Joe Sjndelar, son of Ed Sinjjelar; MJke and Jeff Koob, sons'&f Dr. Ko,ob; Mark Myers, son df Don Myers. IS!o prizes were given and'the boys had bad lack- One kite was caught in a tree and two of them etefrgted in the wind- A re-scheduled contest will be Saturday, May I, at I p.». * ^ I U.S.D, A, Grade "A" Oven Ready SHANKLESS —ALL EXCESS FAT REMOVED A TREAT SMOKED TENDER WHOLE or BUTT HALF CENTER CUT —SLICED HALIBUT 59 c 'GRAINY FOR FLAKY PIE CRUST Borne Rendered LARD 2 ids CLEARFIELD — AMERICAN PROCESS CHEESE SPREAD 2 >b bo. 79c HORMEL'S—DELICIOUS €URE "81" Boneless RAM U.S.D. A. CHOICE BEEF T-BONES AGED FOR TENDERNESS DUBUQUE & MORRELL SMOKY FIRST GRADE HA * J HANDY FOR MOTHER TO PREPARE FOR EASTER ROBIN HOOD or GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25lb.Bag $ |.7 'BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES Reg. $ Pkgs. GEDNEY Salad Dressin Qt. Jar I; SWEETHEART DOLE SLICED NO. 2 CAN BUttiR-NUf " ojl :rr, 35c C 0 F F E E 3 ib !! TEXAS CRISP WISHBONE ITALIAN 8 Oz. Bottle GEDNEY Pint Jar SUNSHINE I Ho Crackers Lb, Pkg. PAPER PRODUCTS SCOTT NAPKINS v50 Cnt. SCOTT Place Mats 35c MAJESTIC 10 OZ. JAR Maraschino Cherries 29c QUALITY FROZEN FOODS STILLWELL SLICED 10 OZ. CANS Strawberries 3 PAGE PAPER Towels 2 PAGE 4 ROLL PACK Toilet Tissue 25c FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY Tomatoes Tube of Four Carrots 2 1 Lb. Bags I; EXTRA FANCY Delicious I O L es3? COLONIAL Tea Biscuits 2 Pkgs. SCHILLING PURE Vanilla 2 WATERMAID Rice 2lb.lag ALCOA 18 Inch ftdll LIBBY'S Tiny Peas 2 10 Oz, Pkgs, FASTCO - ALL FLAVORS Ice Cream ^^^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^A^h^^A^^^^^^M^bj ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K^^^X ^fl^^[WWWI^^WW1^8Hlj^WI^»^I^^^^^W^»J^^^I^I^WWW^ C RISC 0 3 Ib. Can 79( BLUE BONNET 1 LB. PKGS. Margarine 3i69c Spinach HUNT'S No, 300 Can One Gallon FESTAL TINY No. 303 'Cans 'FESTAL WHOLE or CREAM CORN 3 No. 303 O.CIfi Cans ^rWW FESTAL CUT • Asparagus! No, 303 Cans POLICY Y«y C«n |f $yr« Whtn Y»u Shop FARE- WAY* Thil YOM WiH Get Thi SAYINGS APVANTAGES At All The Loweit Pricei For Equal QUALITY. Yew'H SAVE'Cafih by Shopping FAREWAY. Price* Effective April 1$ Thru April 21 TION

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