Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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Mfi and Mn. Ernie Georg went to Sioiix Rapids Sunday to visit with the latter's mother Mrs, E. 0. Danielson. Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Goecke are being visited this week by their son Paul and his wife and little son Scott. Their home is at Lake wood, Calif., and Paul is on vacation. Mr. and Mr*. John Gerber were Mother's Day guests of their son Irwin and family who took them out for, dinner. Tuesday the Gerbers were visited by their daughters Mrs. George Bruellman and Mrs. Sam Mogler, of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith had as Mother's Day dinner guests the latter's mother Mrs. fcldna Richter, of Titonka, and sister Mrs. Orville Beresford, of Kanawha. Mrs. Lloyd Haubach is again hospitalized at St. Ann. A few months ago she had surgery at the university hospital, at Iowa City, was dismissed and stayed a tew weeks with a niece at Nora Springs. During further convalescence she was to go to the Ralph Parsons home, tnence to her home, but complications arose. A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett's at Burt. Present was the mother Mrs. Claus Wibben who has been staying with her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Erbie HaacK at Livermore but will now be with the Rudy Willretts for awhile. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett, of Britt, Mrs. Donna Tech and David, of Britt, Mrs. Ernie Head, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Garbie Wibben, of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben and Ellen Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben, Jcy and David, Mr .and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and Kurt Hankins. After attending a family dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett's at Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben went to Bancroft to see Mrs. Wibben's parents Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman had as callers Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier, of Ventura, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, of Lone Rock, who had come to attend the' nuptials Saturday morning of William Robinson and Phyllis Metzen. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and sons were at Ames Satur day to attend Veishea. Mr. Riedinger is a graduate of the uni versity. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bom gaars returned Thursday from a two weeks vacation a part of which was spent at Tucson, Ariz, with an aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bomgaars and at Niel, Neb., their former home where they visited with friends, Mrs. Nick Fisch had as callers Mother's Day her sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weydert and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, of St. Joe, and dinner guests were her daughter Mrs. Delmar Plathe. A family dinner had been held Easter so this Sunday was observed less. Mr. Plathe is at St, Ann having a check-up but expects to be there only a short time. Mrs. Fisch had a phone call from her daughter Mrs. James Putzstuck, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs, Helen Putzstuck returned home last Monday from a visit at Colorado Springs and 40 years Denver, Colo, with her sons James, at the former place and John and Jerry and the families at Denver, Colo. She left Colors* do Springs for Pine Bluff, Ark., vvhefe she visited with Mrs. Addie Schumacher. Mr*. Harriet Schmidt tell on the steps at the Methodist church Sunday morning and suffered a broken hip. She was taken to St. Ann hospital and was transferred to Park hospital, Mason City. Mr. and MM. ChaH«* spent Mother's bay «t Sheldon with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mfs. Keith Campbell. Mr, «nd Mrs. CUrent* Friier spent a few days last week at Des Moines with their soft Dick and family. Mrs. Wendell Feastef MMttt last week Thursday at Bradgatc with her grandmother Mrs Ka thcritte Petefsbfi and mother Mrs. Ole Knutsott while Mrs. Inga McCreary was away. Mrs. Me- Crcary's granddaughter was crowned for "Mortar Board" at Veishea day at Ames. The granddaughter is Barbara Hem- crson, of Sheldon. Mrs. McCreary makes her home with her sister Mrs. Knutson and assists ALODNA (lowtj ADVANCt-3 THURSDAY, MAY 13, 196$ in the care of the mother who is 96 and is in very frail condition. Mr. and Mrs. William Sigsbee will be making their home at Rochester, Minn., arier his graduation Aug. 4 from the university at Iowa City. He has been given a fine position with the Jewel tea company and Osco Drug Co. Mrs. John Htlmefi ipefit Mother's Day at Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen. Algona store rales merit recognition Lot Angeles — Mrs. Quifitard, of Sharp's Algona, has been qualified as a Registered Jewelef, a title 6f merit awarded by the American Gem Society. The firm, will cofl* tinue to have the privilege of being known as a registered jeweler awarded only to jewelry stores of proven integrity throughout the United States Maxineand Canada. RAYMOND W, Anderson celebrating 40 years of service with the Northwestern Bell Tel- enbone Co. here. Anderson grs- dieted from the Pes Moines East high school, lie started his career there as a cable splicer's helper in, 1935, then held maintenance assignments in Webster City and Mason City. He has been in Algoaa for 30 years, IB 1950 he was promoted to equip- meatman, his present assign ment. Anderson has been aettve in the Prudence Masonic kjodg No. §05 and as. 8 Cub S&Qttt lej tier, SALE "MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM" Hunt's SLICED PEACHES-8Oz.Can Mandalay CRUSHED PINE APPLE-8 Oi. Can Van Camp's PORK & BEADS-8Oz.Can Tenders***! PEAS or CORK-8Oz.Can Frank's SAUERKRAUT-8Oz.Can Kobey's SHOESTRINQ POTATOES-NO. 211 can Hunt's TOMATO JUICE-No. 300 Can YOUR CHOICE Chuck 49 Swiss 69 T-bone 89 HAM 59 HAM 79 Ib TENDER & JUICY STEAKS — ALWAYS THE BEST AT RON A JACK'S' Lb, Lb, HORMEL'S ALL MEAT Lb, Franks 49< GUS GLASER Smorgasbord 59 Lb, C BRAUNSCHWEIGER Ib 39 Sweet Corn mssvms CLOVER FARM or SUNSHINE Ice Cream RON A JACK'S 12 Oz. Cartons Cottage CHEESE 2 for 39c SNO BOY FROZEN 6 Oz. Can LEMONADE No. 300 Cans Sturgeon Bay Red No. 2 Cans I Hunt's Cherries 4 (or 89° Peaches 5 <or * 1 New Wilderness Box Cream Pies 49° Campbell's Tomato SOUP can 10° Wagner ORANGE or 32 Oz. Jar Grape Drink 4 for$ 1 Larson's No. 303 Cans Richelieu Pink Lb. Can SALMON 59' Wagon Trail •' 28 Or. Jar Peanut Butter 69 C Peter Piper Hamb. Sliced Ot. Jar Dill Pickles 29' Gold Medal Veg-AH 6 for Quart Jar MAZOLA OIL 59' Paul Mark Imitation 39 Oz. Jar Preserves 59° Fire Side Lb. Boxes Crackers 2 for 49" Brite Eye Gallon FLOUR 10 lb « 89' KRAFT JET Puffed MARSHMALLOWS 2 —• 49c WHITE POTATOES 20 Ib. bag > 69 Carrots Lb, 10 c FRESH CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Qt. 59c SNO BOY 6 ears 49c ORANGES 5 Ib. bag 79' o tn 350 EXTRA GIFT HOUSE STAMPS 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Lb. or more Golden Bananas "AMMMIAAMVUVWIMMMMMMQ 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Lb. Bag of Fireside Saltine Crackers 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Twin Pack Box or Bag of Hiland Potato Chips «tV»»WI»VMWWWVMtft»V«»W<* 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Pkg. of Colonial Sweet Rolls 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Quart Box of Cherry Tomatoes 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Lb. Bag of California Carrots 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of U. S. Choice Beef Roast 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Ring Bologna 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Lb. of Porlc Steak or Chops & Jack's Food Cente t SPIK SViHY NITi UNTM. 1:90 PA - SUNDAYS HQM 1:99 A.M. TO U* PA - USi THI PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 3 Lbs. of Ground Be$f

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