The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1959
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>*.. EVERYDAY LOW PRICES AR E A SUPER VALU FEATURE SUPERVALU THESE PRICES G THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & MONDAY NORTH STATE FROZEN 6 S1.OO SEA MIST, FROZEN PERFECT FOR HOT WEATHER MEALS Butter Kernel Cream Style or Whole Kernel DAISY ICE CREAM HORMEL'S DAIRY, SLICED Vanilla or Neapolitan GAL 4 SIZE 303 CANS 59* 69* LEAN 'N' TENDER, CHOICE CUTS (la.) Upper . Thursday, Jon* !§, 1919 Mary Dittmer Of Lone Rock Is Engaged ^^^ YOUNG, PLUMP, TENDER, & CUT UP STAR K1ST,iCHUNK STYLE Tuna 3 cans 79< HORMEL 39C CAN FLAVOR I-TE 13 Differed Kinds Pkgs. Kool-Aid f ALL LAVORS 7 for 25C E A C H Small Loin End PORK CHOPS Lb. Armour Star, Fully Cooked Canned HAM 5 Can Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer of Lone Rock announce the engagement imd approaching mar- inge of their daughter, iMary Ann to Richard J. Sloan, son of Mr and (Mrs Max Sloan of Corwith. Miss "Dittmer is shown above. The bride-elect is a graduate of Sentral high school, and the Rochester School of Vocational Nursing, St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. Her fiance graduated from Corwith high school and is an aviation machinist's mate 3rd class at the United States Naval Air Station at Patuxent River, Maryland. A late summer wedding ii planned. 398 ^ LEAN, MEATY HORMEL DAIRY COOKED SALAMI 59* I BEEF Hind 49c QUARTERS S!::::::£ CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER BRAUNSCHWIEGER HORMEL DAIRY BRAND HUNTS CATSUP loo 6 LARGE BOTTLES BUTTERNUT COFF 2 Lb. Can ALL FLAVORS JELLO T : .I9$ LIBBY'S Tomato Juice 46 Oz. Can 25* Northern Tissue 12 Rolls 95 C LARGE CALIFORNIA, VINE RIPENED CANTELOUPE 4 For l.QO Another Full Load Of Texas Extra large Watermelons STUFFED Spanish Olives 6 Oz. Tumbler Jar SUNKIST, LARGE LEMONS Dozen 39* SUM R VALU PLENTY OF FREE PAVEP PARKING Seneca Man Hospitalized At Des Moines Seneca — Hans Nielsen, who was a patient for several days at the Holy ( Family hospital at Estherville suffering with a heart i condition, was transferred to Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Tommy Nielsen took him to Des Moines last Wednesday. \ Mr and > Mrs Chris Dahlr and Dennis returned home-last!weekr end following-': a, r week'sx vacation trip into Minnesota. Caleb Hartshorn, who is employed at Spencer, spent the weekend at home with his family. Mrs Glen Cage entertained the Jolly Jokers "Club 'at- her home Wednesday afternoon. Sunday guests at the Ernest Mueller home included Mr and Mrs Fred Bierstedt of Whittemore, Mrs Rose Wolter and Alma and Everett Vigdal, all of Algbna. ' Mr and Mrs Henry Looft were Sunday guests at the Gerrit De- Waard home near Titonka. There will be confirmation and communion service at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday, June 21, at 9 o'clock. Confirmants include Roger Cherland and Evelyn Cherland. Several Seneca youngsters are attending junior bible camp at Ingham Lake this week. They include Jill Jensen, Eloise Jensen, Cheryl and Sharon Krause and Judy and Phyllis Cherland. ' Mr and Mrs Jerry Beaver and daughter Lory of California arrived Sunday for a visit at the Charles Beaver and Curtis Olsen homes. Olof Oftedahl has been a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville where he has been given various tests and is under observation. Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill, and family moved to Titonka la^t week. The Blakjer \Vomens Missionary Federation will hold their annual Birthday Party in the church parlors Thursday afternoon,-The department of Cradle Roll will also be presented. Hostesses will include Mrs Henry Wilberg, Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Mrs August Nelson and Mrs Ray Bergum. Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and Mrs Wayne Lynch were called to Burlington, recently upon hearing that the women's father, Francis Foley, had suffered a very severe heart attack, and was hospitalized. The other children, Sgt, Jerry Foley, who is in the Marines and stationed in California, and Lorraine, Mrs Robert Morris of LeMars, were also there. Reports are that Mr Foley is re^ cuperating but will have to remain in the hospital for two more weeks, Mr and Mrs Norman Wegener are the parents of a 9 pound 9 ounce baby boy, born June 14 The Wegeners now have a family of three sons. The baby is named Bruce Norman,' " Mr and Mrs Calym Vaudt spent the weekend visiting at th<? home of the latter'? sister, the Forrest Hannifans at Toledo, FIFTH „ ; R. H, Bower oiFontanelle recently broke his-left, hij ! ~ *• ftUl. It was his f|lth •— L in the past 18 years;, - ,, . ,, The popularity ol Jhe " *" may be only it is surely ,.., passing. -Whit t&e Canadian n~~"*" was just a out to 'fee $ —Windsor - '' *; •>:

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