The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 9
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Full Ot. 55c BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 Lb. Can $1.25 ^ BEEF QUARTER SALE STILL GOING STRONG--ALL TH!S WEEK JUNIOR SIZE - 4 TO 6 LB. AVERAGE TURKEYS Lb. STEAKETTES These are Really getting Popular. Good Eating and Economical. 10 In Pkg. 89 Halibut Steak Sliced cello pkg Lb. 49 ARMOUR'S STAR Sliced Chopped HAM Lb. 49c ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED PICNICS 3 Lb. Can 89 ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA SLICED BACON Lb. 37c Cut Up, Ready For Pan SPRING FRYS Each 69c MOREA BEEF for that EXTRA TENDERNESS . . . QUARTERS OR CUTS NORTH STATE FROZEN RASPBERRIES or STRAWBERRIES PKG. 19c NORTH STATE FROZEN CHICKEN-BEEF OR TURKEY DINNERS .—-• EACH 49c | Vol. 3-Funk &Wagnalls Encyclopedia -This Week [• PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING ^^ ^^ ^Hr ^Hl^ HH^ ALGONA SUPER YALU ALGONA UPPER DES MOiNES AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1961 AROUND ALGONA Mrs Lenore Hiliz was hostess lo her sowing club Tuesday ;it- tcrnoon. Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor are tigain spending their winter vn- Cfilion at Nrownsvilli 1 , TVxns. —o— P. E. O. sisterhood met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Wesley BiuMlctt. Mrs John Hayes gave the program. — t.— Mr nnd Mrs Howard Wohlers tiro parents of a daughter born Jan. 20 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 4\i ounces. —o— Lions Club had Bora Pervaine, exc'hanpe student from Turkey, as guest speaker Wednesday noon. Wives were also guests. Mr and Mrs Vernon Subject are the parents of a son born Jan. 27 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 0 pounds and 11 oz. —(i—• Siri Norton, who attends Manka'.o State College, spent the week-end here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Richard Morton. •—(i— Jerry Cowan, student nl Pav- sons Colk;;e at Fairfield, spent the weekend here with his parents, the Harold Cowans. John Hood, student at Noire Dame University, spent the between semesters vacation here with his parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Hood. —n— • Rev. Newton Coughenour or the .Methodist church is attending the Iowa Pastor's School at Simpson College in Indianola, Jan 30 through Feb. 2. —o— Mr and Mrs Rex Voylcs had as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Hanford Voyles and family of Sac City and Mr and 'Mrs Bob Lovslad and family of Burt. —u- Sharon DeGroote, who attends the University of South Dakota at Vermillion, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons. —o— Past Matrons' club of the Old er o£ Eastern Star had.a lunch eon Saturday at the Masonii Temple. Joyce Hayden, O. E. S immediate past matron, was initiated into the club. —o— Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling are visiting in Illinois and then plan to 'go to Arubu in the Netherlands Antilles to visit their daughter, Joyce, Mr and Mrs Bkiine Nelson and family. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Burl have their twin daughter, Julie, liome from St. Ann hospital whore she had been since birth : .o gain weight. Both Julie and her sister, Joan, are doing nicely. —o— Mr and Mrs Jerry Cook are jarents of their first child, an fl )ound, 8'/2 ounce daughter born unday at St. Ann hospi.tal. Mrs Cook is the former Judy Mittag, laughter of Mrs Wayne O. Hanson. High school debaters, John att, Bill Bourne, Bill Sigsbee, J; ck Vipond and Eugene Witt- tfipf, with their coach, Dick Palmer participated in a tourna- nent at Gustavus Adolphu.s eol- ege at Northt'ield, Minn, over the weekend. The 1 Algona squad won ive and lost three of their rounds. -.-.•:• I. • •* « Mr and Mrs Robert Ernst are (hi- parents of their first child, a 4 pound. !) ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Ernst is the former, Sandra Richman and grandparents are Mrs Helen Ernst and Willis Richman. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and Steve went, to Iowa City Tuesday. They remained overnight and brought the daughter, LinclS, home for the bctween-semestcr vacation from the Slate University. T ._ _ Q „ Recent baptisms at St. Cece,- lia's Catholic church were Philip John, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Foortsch: Douglas Ray, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Leigh; and MiP- hael Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner. — it — 1 Mrs Anna Hanson has returned from a six week visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Watson March in Van Nuys, Calif. The return trip was by bus with W. A. Foster, who also had hada been visiting in California, been visiting in California. —ti— Jirn Etherington, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington, has been discharged from the air force after serving four yeans. He has begun work as a painter in Los Alamos, New Mex. and lis wife and son will join him here when housing is available. —o— Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer and daughter, Joy, spent Friday nigltt Buffalo Center with the formers brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Bert Meyer and then weflt with them lo the Twin Cities to spend the weekend with the Dick Meyer's son tind daughler, in aw, Mr and Mrs Ben Meyer at Ossewa. While Ihere Ihe'y called on Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Kuyper at SI. Paul, former Presbyterian minister here. Youth Sunday was observed this week at the Presbyterian church. Taking part in the morning worship service were Sheryll McNeill, Bill Baker, Bert Holcomb, Mary Jo Brpwer, Bar-' bara Reinders, Diane Malueg and Carol Sue Etherington. Tha youth choirs/ directed by Mrs Keith Christie and Mrs James Honken, and accompanied by Marilyn Skow and Kay Agena, sang, and Mrs A. W. Oberwetlor and Mrs Wayne O. Hansen were honored as Wednesday Nito Youth club Mothers-of-the Month. Sales Meeting Here Mr and Mrs Anton Wcydert, Bode, and F. P. McMahon, Sexton, attended a Pride seed-corn sales training school for dealers, and their wives, at the VFW Hall, Algona, Tuesday, January 17th. Arrangements for the meeting wre made by A. W. Ob- erwetter Algona, Pride zone sales manager for zone 8. Some 50 persons attended the meeting. ' ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs John H. Smith of Agency recently celebrated their f ; 2nd wedding anniversary. They have spent most of th-.it time In the Bladensburg community. The State University of Iowa is one of Hi colleges and universities which "produce" one-fourth of the nation's college teachers, a study shows. ARMOUR'S STAR WE HAVE A WHOLE TON SHANK HALF Lb. 39c BUTT HALF........ Lb. We CENTER CHUNK .. Lb. 69c WHOLE HAM ;:t. Lb. We

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