Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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(fowaf AJSVANC* THU*SBA¥> MAY 13, 1*6$ Band yueen JEAN MESCHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mcscher, Bwt, will represent the Burt community school in the 27th North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City June 15. She is a senior and is treasurer of her class. LOCALS Karen Bruns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bruns, Jr., Titonka, has been named to the third quarter honor roll of the Medical Institute of Minnesota in Minneapolis. A student must have received a grade higher than 90.0 average. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul James were their daughter and son-in-law the Alexander Sorokas of St. Paul, Minn. They were just returning from a seven-month European trip through Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece. Mr. end Mrs. Ole Frendahl were Mother's Day guests of their daughters the Arnold Danielsons, Afgona and supper guests of their sons the Chester Fitches, Rockwell. They also called at the Harry Woods home, Sheffield. Mr*. Hulda Knight, Whittemore, returned home this past week from the west coast where she visited relatives and friends. Her trip took her to Washington, Oregon, California, Neva- ada and Montana. TO TWIN CITIES PLAYS Mount Vernon— Trudy Bar•». tholomew, daughter of the Max Bartholomews and freshman at tfe Cornell college, is one of 28 students interested in drama and art going to Minneapolis May 14 and 15. They will see <: two plays at the Tyrone Guthrie theatre, Congreve's The Way of the World, and Shakespeare's Richard III. They will tour the Walker Art Gallery and Tyrone Guthrie theatre. AA ||!J A ($11 1 06 here Sunday Cars driven by Kaspcr L. Koblhaas, Livcrmore fanner, and Gregory L. Arrowood, 18, collided at (.he intersection of Moore and Nebraska streets Sunday afternoon. Mr. Kohlhaas was driving nor tli on Moore and Greg Arrowood was traveling cast on Nebraska when he made a left turn on Moore street and lilt the Kohlhaas auto. About $260 damage was done to the Kohlhaas car. As reported by Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas, Arrowood offered to pay the damages and tried to convince them not to make a report to the police. Mr. Kohlhaas insisted they report the accident and Arrowood offered to lead the way to the station. In doing so he drove north on Moore to Call street then turned east, to Jones and north on 169 where he went at a fast rate of speed and Mr. Kohlhaas lost sight of him and turned back on Oak street to the police station. Mrs. Kohlhaas had written down the license number of the Arrowood car and local police found the auto stopped in the parking lot at St. Cecelia's. There was fresh gray primer paint on the fender and bumper. David Hovey was a passenger in the car. Greg denied that he had been in an accident but was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Sindelar honored for Scout work Ed Sindelar was presented a Cub Scout Master's uniform at Kiwanis Thursday, April 29. The presentation was made by Don Fredrick, chairman of Cub Pack 29 committee. Mr. Sindelar was cited for loyal and faithful service during his years as Scout Master which began in 1957. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft The Calvin Vaudts visited the Don Morrows, Martensdale Sunday and attended the Ice Follies in Des Moines. Mrs. Carrie Jensen, a patient at the Balmer Nursing Home, at Estherville, had her y 80th birthday April 25. Friends may wish to send her belated birthday wishes. TRY THIS NEW INTRODUCTORY OFFER: FREE ONE HANDSOME WESTCLOCK ELECTRIC CLOCK FOR WALL OR DESK .... with each 500 Lbs. off our NEW Nutrena Mineral.... FREE CHOICE — 5% Protein — 20,000 U. S. P. Guaranteed Vitamin A Per Pound. High Quality; Di-Calcium PhotphaU with the All-Important 2:1 Calcium-Phosphorous Ratio. Great on Pasture . . . ONLY $6.™ Per Cwt. MIXING MINERAL — 50 Lb. Per Ton, to provide full mineral requirement for your mixed rations. 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Bottle 7-Up 29c ; Plus Bottle Deposit LIBBY'S SPRING VALUE SALE LIBBY'S CRUSHED, TIDBITS, and CHUNK *' Pineapple 5 NO 211 <an s 1.00 5 LIBBY'S TENDER PEAS No. 303 Cans 98c 3 LIBBY'S WHOLE or CREAM CORN No. 303 Cans FLAVOR-PAK INSTANT Potatoes 3'/I Oz. Pkg. LIBBY'S Tomato Sauce 8oz can lOc LIBBY'S Fruit Cocktail 5 1.00 LIBBY'S & Beans 4 N0.2J4 CANS LIBBY'S KRAFT ICE CREAM Toppings Cut Green Beans 3 No. 303 Cans GOOCH'S QUICK DINNERS Jar 1.001 Macaroni & Cheese 2 Reg, Boxes BRACH'S WINDOW BOX Chocolates 3 boxes 1.00 CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES i: 39' FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY DAY SNOBOY LARGE Oranges LARGE SUGAR Fresh Pineapple ea < h PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 13 THRU MAY 19 POUCY You Can Be Sure When You Shop WAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices Fur Ecual Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FARAWAY. WE RESERVE TH| RIGHT TQ VMUT QUANTITIES ARE WAY O N, O MIC Al I OO I) MAZOLA Salad Oil Quart Bottle DESSERT. TOPPING Lucky Whip 4oz. box PERSONAL BAR Ivory 4 bar pack 29c CAPRI — IT'S NEW Fabric 32 oz. botl. 33C DUNCAN MINIS Cake Mix 3 boxes $ |,00 FREE TOY TRUCK WITH EACH 3 BOXES PURCHASED TU1 HI ' I 1 () N

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