Jonuary 26, 1961 'RTi , £ i« * -,'* V f <" 1 .tlLJ-..,. .t./. ' . A.-^L t ? iLJtii • if'-:' ••'., ^'Ai'iVi HOOD'S ANNUAL MID-WINTER A CHOICE "SELECTION Beef Hearts — Pork Hearts — Pork ! ,j > Brains — . Pork Hocks — Barbecued \ ', ! I Spare- Ribs, — Bulk SaueVkraut — ; ; ! r' Fresh Plg^s Feet - Musn -r Corhed ; ; ( \\ Beef — Salt Cod ... and many > \\ other different items. ; ,,- ' January 26, 1961 SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA . LB:' AFRICAN ROCK Lobster Tails .49 Cut UP, Ready For Pan 69c i S | Have A Sample of Hot Bologna, Friday or Saturday BOLOGNA 2 79c ' \. ARMOUR'S TOP SUMMER SAUSAGE LB. 49c ' PURE, LEAN GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. $ 1 29 Cut and Wrapped To Your Order, AND SHARP FROZEN, at No Xtra Charge look Over The Big Selection In Our Coolers, And Make Your Own .Choke From This Big Assortment. HIND QUARTERS FRONT QUARTERS E E F ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA fORE SHANK,I SLICED BACON in 37c Charm in Facial i,i£v&2-.fife^-i _^;^^^^.^bi^Sj'4«^^^'fe#k-. 1 'V^F HI •• ^HPIB •• ' •• «" • I >'^1 ^ •• IwWP" ^^^ ^^" ? J^'™* i L * <T.4« »*r*T, .-»,*»^.A, ^-JK*6«ii •*? >^**!fc j*^ »AsdtojQ^'Ms- 4 ^v*gj rri r%.H- .tfKSSHiW-—a- ri. -«-t-' BOXES, EACH 400 Count 3 FLAVORITE, 11 Oz. Pkg. CHOC. CHIPS 29c LIQUID CHIFFON, 22 Oz. Can DETERGENT. ..... 59e ARMOUR'S - 12 Oz. Can TREET. .... .... 39c SPECIAL SALEI 5 OFF Normal Pric* of GIANT SIZE GEJSHA BRAND - REGULAR 29c SELLER Mandarin Orange 2 "°- 39c CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Spaghetti AND Meat Balls 3 15 1 /* Oz. Tin? RED DOT Potato Chips 2 FREETMagic Game Slates In Each. Package TWIN PACK 49c QUAKER-YOUR CHOICE Puffed Rice-Puffed Wheat 2 Large Packages 49c REEDEEM YOUR ISc COUPONS FROM THIS PAPER HERE ON ROBIN HOOD FiOUR WELCH'S ti'K Grapelade 3 20 pz Jars MORTON HOUSE, Oven Baked JOAN OF ARC Kidney Beans Na. 300 Cans , MRS. TUCKER'S Shortening 3 Lb. Can FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE 6 Oz. Jar 79c POTATOES U. S. RUSSET, NO. 1 . Idaho Potatoes 0 REDPONTIAC Potatoes 50 WASHED & WAXED Red Pontiacs 25 Tender NEW CABBAGE 2 heads 25c Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 49c ZIPPER SKINNED FLORIDA ANGERINES 2 doz. 39c THE BIGGEST CAKE IN TOWN - ANGEL FOOD PAN-O-CAKES 49c ^ Frozen Orange Juice 5 Cans PR CES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ^- USE OWFREE PAVED PARKING S, Vol, 2- Funk &WagnalU Encyclopedia -This Week nil B t t m _^_^^^_,, „.._.-_,. _ 25 Ib. $1.49 ALGONA SUPER VALU Mr and Mrs Roy Kliegl of iVhitterrfore announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Rose (above) 6 William L. Bernhard of Ban- roft. The , ceremony will take place Feb. ' 11 at St. Michael's :atholic church at Whittemore. Miss Klieglis a 1958 graduate it Presentation Academy and ince graduation has been a receptionist and secretary for Dr. R. O. Drown, West Bend. Mr Bernhard is a 1949 graduate of St. John's 'high,' served two 'years n the army, and has been farrn- ng near Bancroft since then. UDM engraving). , ^ Whittemore Girt I'o Wed Bancroft Man On Feb. 11 Former Lakot an Wed Dec. 27 In Germany Lakoia — Dr. John A .Wortman and Eva Riel were married Dec. 27 in the protestantt church at Dusseldorf, Germany, John is a professor in the University of Maryland's overseas program, with headquarters in Fjzjnjtfutt, Germany. The couple isfhome at Franklurt.,' •*>' TTT'V' Roberta Addy was a hostess for a surprise parly for La Mont Junkermeier, who Is leaving for the army. Feb. 7. Those present were Phillip Schroeder, Alice darken, Shirley Smith, Beverly Cushman, Carolyn Paulson, Marvin Wibbon, Maxine Clayton, Alfred and Arthur Meyer, Larry Spear and Jerry Lunn. The evening was spent playing cards.. Lunch was served by the hostess. Ledyard Township Homemakers met Friday at Mrs Ray Winters for a noon lunch meeting. Th lesson was Riven by Mrs Rus- . sel Winter and Mrs Ervin Schwarz. Mrs Idah Smith, who has been in Minneapolis the past few weeks, was brought home Monday. Mrs Smith was visiting her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs'Ward Dawson at Excelsior, Minnesota. While there, she be» came ill and was in the hospital for awhile. Her son and .daughter, Raymond Smith and Mrs Fob Heitland both of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. came back to Minneapolis to visit her and they brought her home -to Lakota. Both Ray and Mrs Heirland plan to stay here awhile with their mother. The Brotherhood of St. Paul's met in the parish hall Wednesday evening. The new constitution for the program men of the church was adopted. All men of the parish are members of the new organization. Plans were discussed for tue pancake supper Jan. 26. Lunch , was served by Emory Galloway, Cecil Anderson and Gottlieb Rieffer. Mrs I. G. Groff and daughter Dawn felt Wednesday to drive to Sanford, Fla. to visit Mrs Groff's mother, Mrs John Woods and her sister, Mrs Ann Huff. They expect to be gone about 3 weeks. Th Acorn Club met on Thursday at the home of Mrs Harriet Kruse. The program was a one act play presented by Mrs Clayton Helvi'ck, Mrs Bob Hamilton, Lena Gutknecht and Mrs Bob Jieemer. The Lakota American Legion Post 652 and their wives enjoyed a turkey dinner at the Legion Hall on Thursday evening. Following the dinner all. enjoyed playing cards. Mr and Mrs I E. Wortman returned home Thursday after a month's visit with their son and family. Don Wortmans, at Rock- vine, Maryland, and Mrs Wortman's sister, Mrs Ruth Ewing at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Union Boys 4*H The Union Boys 4-H met January 10 at the Union Center. It was Dad's night. The evening was spent figuring the feed budgets for the 196JI projects: Teeters Thi)ges served lunch.
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