Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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AL06NA (low*) ADVANCE-3 fHUKSBAY, MAY 86, MS Engaged MR. AND MRS. Clinton Henderson, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene and Joseph Cunningham, son of the Merwyn Cunninghams, Burt. Marlene will graduate from the Algona community high school this month Joseph is an employee of the Universal Mfg. Co. A June 19 wedding is planned. LOCALS Mrs. Minnie Hinken i* beinq visited by her sifter Mrs. Walter Storm, of Altadona. Calif., who will be here a month. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinken snent from Monday till Wedries day at Minneaoolis on a buying trip for the Harrison store. Mrs. Vera Clark, nuroes aide at the Good Samaritan Home, is on vacation while being visited by her daughter Mrs. Jay Rash and twin daughters Sharon and Shannon, of Maryville, Mo., and sister Mrs. D. D. Shormaher, Silver Springs, Md. Mr. Rash will come to get his family. He is a student at the college and will be graduated in a few months. Mr. and Mrs. John Sire* spent Saturday and overnight at Cedar Rapids with their son John Jr. and his wife, the former Geri Ruark. Enroute home they stooped in Cedar Falls to visit Mr. Sires' brother. Mrs. Sires Jr. is enrolled at a school of practical nursing. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey were visited Sunday by their son Eldon and wife of Hampton, and Mrs. Sarah Hovey and Flora of Badger. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Greethurst and family, of St. Paul, and another daughter Mrs. Gordon Hauck and family, of Humboldt joined them Sunday for dinner. The dinner was given in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Hovey. and Mrs. Greethurst whose anniversaries are on the same date. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kinsey are being visited by the former's brother Floyd, of Lake Park, Fla., and their son Dick who has been living at Gardena, Calif. He is "being transferred to Rochester, N. Y., and will be in the electronic department for, the Eastman Kodak company. ,; His wife and daughter will join him there as soon as school is out, Other guests at dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hovey, of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and their house guests Mr, and Mrs. Quincy Drummond, of Blowing Rock, N, C., went to Kansas City. Kans. Saturday for a visit of a few days with the Hutchison's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton. Mr, and Mrs, Ed Hagg went to Des Moines Sunday to see Jess Dyer, former Algonan and from there went to Van Meter to see Emil Hagg and his son-in-law and daughter Mr .and Mrs, Oral Allen. While in,Des Mpines they drove to Ewing park to see the lilacs. At Van Meter they also called on Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Carr, former Algonans. Mrs, Ruble Walker hat been visited the past week by her daughter Pearl, of Chicago, 111, Bill, son of Mr. and Mrt. W. A. Hall, is among this year's graduates and has made arrangements to attend Augustana college at Sioux Falls, S, P., in the fall. Mr. and Mrt. Harb rfrdlund were supper guests Saturday of the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Parwjn Mit< chell at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hamming- sen had as guest Thwrsdjy the letter's brother Charles Smallwood, of Mitchell, S. P., who wis enroute to Des Moines to attend a meeting of the Home Federal Loan company with which he is associated at Mitchell. Mr. *nd Mr». Q*na Heimer will have as guests at dinned on Sunday the letter's parents brother-in-law a »S sister family Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. inson respectively, of «oee mow , MAY 20 THRU WISNISBAY, MAV 26 NORTHERN BATHROOM TISSUE 12 rolls '1 POLGEK'S COFFEE .can GIANT TIDE box 59 HEINZ KETCHUP 4 bottles S 1 SHASTA DRINKS Orange • Grape • Tiki Punch • Pineapple-Orange 4 46 Oz. CANS $ 1 ASSORTED FLAVORS KOOL AID 7 ^ft IB pkgs. 25 1 YACHT CLUB Pork n Beans 10 cans S 1 ICEBERG SALAD DRESSING 39c 32 Oz. JAR JACK SPRAT OLEO 5 Ibs. S 1 SHASTA CANNED POP 6 cans 49c MONARCH TWIN-PACK POTATO CHIPS LB. BOX 49 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of $1 or more of Picnic Supplies 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Packages of Cookies CHEF BOY AR DEE Cheese PIZZA box 49c Sausage PIZZA box 59c MONARCH FROZEN LEMONADE can 10 c SWEET CORN 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Box of Band Aids 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 6 or 8-pack of Pop ears BANANAS c Snoboy Oranges 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Jar* of Olives Dozen 49 ( CANTALOUPE 3 jumbo sze s OfSftRCH CANNED GOODS HALF OR SLICED Peaches Barf left Pears Corn 5 303 $4 fr,nc • Cans K 303 $' Cans WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE 6 £ $ 1 Fruit Cocktail 5 Sweet Peas 5 303 Cans 303 Cans Shortening 3 Ib.can 75 c CHOICE BEEF QUARTER SALE Cut & Wrapped FREE FRONTS SIDES HINDS 40 47 55 Ib Ib Ib 7000 Extra STAMPS WITH EACH BEEF QUARTER Club Steak 69 Beef Stew 59 Rd. Steak 79 Ib Ib Ib Country Ribs 59° Pork Chops 8°'1 PorkTen'loin 8: $ 1 GROUND BEEF 3 ibs. 1.29 PALACE LOIN END BaCOn 2 B 99c Pork Roast 49 c [00 Extra Stamps with $ 2°° Purchase from Self-Serve Meat Case 100 EXTRA STAMPS with pyrchiw «f |] 91- more Product Order ck's Food Cente • OPEN fVIIY NITi UNTIL |;90 P-M- - SUNDAYS FROM |:M A.M- TO 1?:|« PJIA. - USE THE BIG FREE PARKING UOT IN RIAR OF STORE ff

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