r PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY Servce Foods! finer FULL LOAD OF SOUND TEXAS WATERMELONS GOOD SIZED MELONS E A C H CALIFORNIA VINE RIPENED Canteloupe large BA NA NA S FIRM, HARD & YELLOW 2 Ibs. LIMITED SUPPLY OF OLD POTATOES First Come, First Served 25 (MARIGOLD ALL FLAVORS C Ice Cream '/ 2 SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE lOc con NORTH STATE FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 5 NORTH STATE FROZEN PEAS - Pkg. lOc WWWVWNWWWW*^^ POWDERED Del Monte Sale PEARS - No. 2'/2 Tin 39c KRAUT - No. 303 Toll 2 For 29c SPINACH - No. 303 Tall 2 For 29c Pineapple - Grapefruit Drink 3 46 Oi. Tins FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 N Tor 49c VELVEETA CHEESE 2 ib, box 69c SUGAR 1 Ib. box IOC VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 3 No. 303 Tall Cans REAL GOLD CONCENTRATE ORANGE JUICE i SPRING FRIES YOUNG, PLUMP TENDER, & CUT UP PORK EXTRA LEAN CENTER CUT Pork Chops LB. LOIN END ALL U.S. CHOICE, GOVT. GRADED FRONT QUARTERS LB. < " ut anc ' Crapped For Your Freezer LB. WHOLE Beef Boasts IB. "47*Pork Loins I Club Steaks LB - Armour's Star No Bone, No Waste Lb. Can 298 Canned Picnics jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; . HORMEL'S DAIRY PORK SAUSAGE 1 LB. Roll 290 1 LB. Carton 370 IN PLASTIC CUPS - PRAIRIE QUEEN COLE SLAW-BAKED BEANS HORMEL'S DAIRY, ALL MEAT WEINERS TWO 1 PKGS. 98$ Folger's Instant Cof f OC Large 6 oz. Jar BUTTER KERNEL HHJB ^^mm^mnm^^m ^^^& ^^n^n ^^WBHiB^^^ 6 No. 303 Tall Cans $ 1 # SUPER VALU PLENTY OF FREE PAVED PARKING -Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, June 11, 1959 Burt Girl Will Be June Bride Mrs Woodrow Kraoht, Lone Rock, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Marilyn Joyce Taylor, ibove, to Alexander Rubiano, son of the late Mr and Mrs Anthony lubiano of New York City. Miss Taylor is the daughter of Aaron Taylor, Burt. The wedding will ake place June 20 in Trinity Liiithcran church in DCS Moines. Both Miss Taylor and Mr Rubiano attended Gallaudet College at Washington, D. C. After their marriage they will live in Romney, West Virginia where the bridegroom will teach. (UDM ngraving) Honor 2 From County At U. I.; One I.S.T.C. Grad Two Kossuth county students at the State University of lown received recognition at the school's spring Commencement exercises, June 4. The award! were 'based on scholarship and campus activities. > James L. Kelley, Algona, first year law student, was awarded the Law Club Contestant Plaque for participation in Junior Arguments. Stanley D. Hansen, Wesley, 4th year Liberal Arts student, received a Certificate in Journalism. .• > . Janice .Jentz of Fenton was • a recent graduate at Iowa State Teachers, College. She attended Estherville Junior College for one year and State Teachers for three. Her B.A. degree was in Elementary Education and she will teach in the Coon Rapids schools this fall. $90 Netted In Cancer Fund Drive, Bancroft Bancroft — The Cancer driva' amounted to $90.85 the most money taken in since the drivo started. Mrs J. H. Menke was chairman and Mrs John Brink va.s co-chairman. Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire md family and Mr and Mrs Don egen were in St. Paul Friday or the graduation of William VIeGuire front St. 'Thomas Cpl- ege. William will teach in Min- lo.sota this fall. Inez Hood received a painful njury when she caught her ittle finger in the car door. mashing the finger. Alfred Ditsworth is seriously 11 at a Rochester Hospital. Mrs Rose Murphy returned to ler home Sunday after several veek.s with her sons and fam- lies, Dr. A. J. Murphy of iVaverly, Dr. A. J. Murphy, Win- :irop, ilammel Murphy, Marian. Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe, Cedar Rapids, and Daryle and Mary Ann are on a two week visit with relatives here. Banns of 'marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's Catholic chuivh between William Koppen, Wesley, and Helen Renger, daughter of Mr A. J. Renger. Union Alethean 4-H Meeting June 1, the Union Alethean girls 4-H club met at the home of Linda Dodds. Sandra Pingel was co-hostess. The president. Madonna Erpelding, presided. Grace McKim gave a report on her visit to camp. Plans were made for Achievement Day. The senior demonstration team was chosen, Marjorie Holdrea and Mary Beth Reilly. Judy and Sharon Willrett gave a demonstration and Linda Dodds and Sandra Pingel spoke on dresser .scarfs. Picture study was given by Eileen Reilly. Mrs Nitchals, Mrs Erpelding, Mrs Bill Dodds and Mrs Mayme Winkel were visitors. Playground Program Alyona's summer recreation program for boys, to be held Monday through Friday each week at the Athletic Park, will begin next Tuesday, June Ib', at 9 a.m. George Duvall is in charge of the program.
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