Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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II I ALOONA (fowl) AbVANce_3 THURSDAY, JUNE 10, New patrolman is husband of Irvington girl Irvington — Dick Pellin arrived at B. 0. Davis's Tuesday from Camp Dodge, where he had attended training school for highway patrolman. Dick was sworn in May 26 in Des Moines, and was assigned to District 6 at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Pellin and son Joe stayed here with her parents, the B. 0. Davises, while he attended training school. The Fellins moved Friday to Em- nietsburg, where they are living in the Wigdahl apartments. CHURCH SCHOOL OPENS Vacation church school opened at the Irvington church Monday morning with an enrollment of 40. Mrs. Kenneth Potter is superintendent, and teachers are: kindergarten, Mrs. Durwood Walker and Mrs. Kenneth Potter; primary, Mrs. Leonard Hansen and Mrs. Phyllis Struthers; junior, Mrs: Ardain Eastman, Mrs. Kenneth Roney director of music, and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt, pianist. EX-RESIDENTS VISIT The Leo Andersons, Minneapolis, who were visiting relatives here, called on Mrs. Hazel Sabin Friday. Mrs. Anderson is the former Lois Dwinger and formerly lived with her parents, the Ben Dwingers on the farm now owned and tenanted by the Robert Caseys. Guests at Mrs. Sabin's last week Monday were the Wayne Solomon and the Lloyd Solomon Jr. families, Cresco. They were enroute home from Milford, where they attended a reunion Sunday. Steve, Randy and Mike, sons of the Dewey Skillings, Algona visited Sunday with their grandparents, the Robert Skillings while their parents were in Des Moines. Sharon, daughter of the Al bert Harms, Titonka, is spend ing several days visiting rela tives and friends in Irvington. Mrs. Dean Culbertson, Lone Rock, entered Lutheran hospi tal in Fort Dodge Thursday where she had surgery. He mother, Mrs. Charles Reaper reports she may be able U come home in a few days. Th' three Culbertson children ar staying with relatives here while their mother is in the hospital. Former Irvingtonians who called on friends here Sunday, were the Howard Willes, Rock Island, 111., and Maurice Eddys, Aurelia. Mrs. Eddy is the former Hazel Headly. The Ronald Sabins had a confirmation dinner Sunday for their daughter Debbie, confirmed at the 1st Lutheran church, A.lgona, Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Hazel Sabin, the Harold Sabins and Geo. McVays, Algona. God and Country award Sunday Jim Peterson, a senior nexl fall in high school and son of the James R. Petersons, will receive the "Pro deo et patria' award (God and Country) at the First Lutheran church Sunday at the nine o'clock service. Pas tor Robert Lorenz will make the presentation. A delegation representing the Boy Scouts wil be present. To earn this aware Jim spent 150 hours working within the church, learned hi catechism verbatim, and mad a series of maps for use in various activities of the church, One of the maps pin pointed other Lutheran churches within a 100 mile radius of the Algona church; another, located the colleges in Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota and South Dakota. A third map located specialized agencies of all kinds in the four state area. All of these were drawn with Algona as the center point. BAKE SALE and LUNCH Saturday,June12 Si.Tbomii EpticopalCbirtb 3 |. gAtt §TiiiT Starting ft 10 i,jn. JELLO BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR Sports Car loaded with Groceries 'From now until July 10, register every time you are in the stoVe. Winner will be drawn that day for this 1960 SIMCA SPORTS CAR FULL OF GROCERIES. The more time* you register, the better your chance to win. Get LOW PRICES, EXTRA STAMPS and a CHANCE ON THIS CAR FULL OF GROCERIES AT RON & JACK'S IN ALGONA. The store that is going places! PICKO THE CROP Sweet Corn 6 CELLO PACKAGE Bunch RADISHES SNO BOY CARROTS 2i35 PERT 200 Cnt. Pkg, Napkins HI - C 44 Oz, Can POTATOES MMMMMVMMlflMt Folger's COFFEE 2H.49 4 FLAVOR KIST Cookies All Reg. 29c Bluo Bonnot OLEO 4lb.pk«s. s 1 WESTERN MAID Preserves Strawberry — Peach — Grape 12 Oz. Monarch Apple Sauce 6 303 $ Cans 1 Humply Dimply Can 4' 5 Jars $ '«•" Borden's Cott. Cheese Iceberg Salad DRESSING Qt jar 39< COLONIAL HOT DOG or HAMB. BUNS 12 Oz. Pkg. 8 or 12 Pack 23 HOUSEWIVES SAY — "Ron & Jack's Meat is the Best in Town" DAD SAYS — 'Those Ron & Jack's Steaks Are Tops" HORMEL'S No. 1 BLACK LABEL GUS GLASER'S ALL BEEF Bacon 69* Franks 59* DECKER'S FRONTS SIDES HINDS IOWANA "BEEF SALE" Lb> 40° Plus 500 Extra Stamps Lb< 4? G Plus 1000 Extra Stamps Plus 500 Extra Stamps Lb - STEAK Lb. Round 78< T-Bone 98 STEAKS Lb, STEAKS Lb. Minute 78 C BEEF ROAST Lb, mp 78c BEEF ROAST Orangeo-Grape25<! I Heel GROUND Beef 3 1.29 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 3 Lbs. Ground Beef or Ground Chuck 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of any Beef Roast 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Jars of Heinz Pickles from Special Display 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Cold Cuts 50 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 2 Pkgs. of Shoe Polish MMMMMVWU 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Butt'r Topp Sweet Rolls 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 3 Lbs. of Delicious Apples f 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of 3 Lbs. of Sno Boy Lemons 25 EXTRA STAMPS with purchase of Aerosol Insect Products AAMMMMMMAAMW YACHT CLUB CANNED - SALE SWEET PEAS I 6 - 1 CREAMED CORN 7 303 Cans ck's Food Cente f SPIN iVIRY HITI UNTit I£Q Wi » fUNQAYi FiOM 1:30 A.M, TQ \%M R.M. ^ USi THE BIG FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE • GREEN BEANS 7 303 $f Cans | POM 'K DEMS 10 '" '1

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