The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 9
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ALL FLAVORS BUTTER KERNEL <;AS NO. 303 CANS GOOD VALU Salad Dressing Qt. lai 29c WHITE or COLORED CHARMIN 12 Rons 89£ LARGE PACKAGE Bisquick STRONGHEART Dog Food 3 15'/2 OZ. CANS BUTTERNUT I I LB. TIN 125 FLAVORITE Cookies 13 Varieties To Choose From'! Mix 'Bin or Match 'Em 1 ARMOUR'S STAR LAYER PACK 4 SPRY 3 LB. TIN 69C KRAFT Marshmallows Bits 2 Lg. Pkgs. 49C MA BROWN Dill Pickles 2 Full Quarts 49c STQKELY'S FROZEN ID VCHt MA •Yui£!d ^MFiB JMIiBiBi^J^K? • .IpP ^Miiii^M^B? '••'.'. ' " - - ^^^^ ' ' • , : •.,. 5 cons *1 • .._„,„„„ Can We SEAWST FROZEN I lb. 49 ^ READY FOR THE PAN Plump,. Tender, Young •, SPRING FRIES Each 69$ ALSO CHICKEN BREASTS AND CHICKEN LEGS ARMOUR'S STAR SKINLESS, DEFATTED & SHANKLESS BUTT HALF - Lb. 49c SHANK HALF - Lb. 47c (With Shank Removed) CENTER CUTS - Lb. 69c ALL MEAT SLICED -lb jj«k">-V?!i LOIN END Lb. 39c ^^ " Lean Meaty Spare Ribs 1 SPRING LAMB ON HAND - ASK US - FANCY CUT STEAKS ANOTHER TRUCK LdAD OF LUSCIOUS TEXAS Watermelons ea. 79 (22 To 25 Lb. Average) CALIF. NEW SHAFTER Potatoes •.. * 1O Lbs. CALIF, VINE RIPENED Canteloupe Large ALL FLAVORS MARIGOLD Ice Cream V* gal. SUPER VALU PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, Bancroft Gifl Weds Mr and Mrs Gerald F. Irmiicr are shown after iheir wedding. June 6, in St. John's Ciithnlic church tit Bancroft. The bride is a daughter of Mr iiricl Mrs Peter Rolling of Bancroft and the bridegroom is liu- son of Mr and Mrs Henry Irmiter, Armstrong. The couple are at home on a farm near Armstrong. (Glenn's Studio Photo— UDM Engraving). Ottosen Ladies Turn Tables; Have Real Fun Otioson — Each year the losers of the point system" used by the Ladies Rural Club. for attendance, etc. entertain _the winners, This year the winners decided to turn the tables and Wednes- ncsday morning the club enjoyed a come as you arc parly al the Edward Zinnel home. ' Twelve and three children at- OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher members tended. In the meantime, the losers had son! out invitations to a party they hud planned for Thursday Ml the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. Honorecs were, Mrs Roy Telford. Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Arthur Lovig. Mrs Kermit Fowler and Mrs Edward Zinnel and honorary member, Mrs Caroline Telford and Mrs Eugene Hofius. Those who entertained with Mrs Coope were Mrs Lester Wehrsnann. Mrs Annie Leist, Mrs Sam Kropf and Mrs Earl Long. Mrs Richard Kinselh entertained June 29 for Gary's seventh birthday. Guests were Michael, David and Stephen Loos, Dwayne and Calvin Hauge, Tim Schultz, Gary Telford and Mark Mover and Ronnie Barber from West Bend. Evening visitors for the occasion were the Olvin Haug family, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs James Barber, Ronnie and Rhonda of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and daughters attended the marriage .of Mrs Phyllis Powell and Harold Hcnrikson at Emmetsburg, Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and | family were Thursday visitors at the Edward Zinnels to help Mr Zinnel celebrate his birthday. Fourth of July picnic guests at the Allan Wehrspanns were Mr and Mrs Dean Telford and family, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and daughters, Mr and Mrs Robert Block and Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingcrich and family, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnel and family of Rodman. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem attended the final get-together of the group leaving with "Cap" Bentley on a European tour, Wednesday evening at the Memorial Union at Ames. The Luther League met Thursday evening for a farewell picnic supper at the DeVere Newton home honoring Donald Newton and Peter Oppedahl. Mr and Mrs Anton Waechter returned home Monday from Peoria 111. where they attended the funeral of a brother-in-law, Willard Turner. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain are at Ingham Lake Bible Camp at Wallingford this week. Others attending from here are Mary Ann and Rachael Holt, Ruth and Sara Usher. '•''•' Carie Mae Haug had^a birthday June 18. Her grandmother, ' Mrs Marie Haug of Bode spent the day with the Olvin Haugs and Mrs Oliver Kinseth, her other grandmother spent the afternoon and evening there. Other evening guests were Oliver Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family, Mr and Mrs Mount O. Kinseth and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City and Mr and Mrs Donald Naeve of Humbold't. Saturday evening visitors at the W. G. Coopers were Wm. Schneider and his sister, Hester of Artesia, New Mexico. The Ellingson family held their reunion Sunday at Call Park at Algona. Mr and Mrs Melvin El'lingson and Ronnie and Mr and Mrs Charles Ellingson and Christine attended from here. The Holt reunion was held Saturday and Sunday at the Wal- Lher League Bible Camp at Okoboji. Attending from here were the Merle Halt family, Mr and Mrs Loren Daniel and Douglas and Margaret Holt. The Presbyterians had a children's day program at their services Sunday. At services Burt Council Votes Increase In Budget Town council members voted substantial increases in the town budget recently. Largest increase reportedly comes in -the street budget. Qthe^ increases will be notea in the sanitation fund for improvement to the sewage disposal plant and the city dump. Amounts of increases wijil be released later. at the Lutheran church, 'the Bible School students held a short program of recitation and songs. Saturday evening a Mother Daughter banquet was held at the Presbyterian church parlors. Their lay-pastor, Keith' Strayet of Algona, was the chief cookj with the men of the church helping serve. Mr Felte, who is student pastor at the church, gave a talk. Debby Schultz and Susan Struthers sang, accompanied by Mrs Alfred Schultz. Ralph Richards presented a gift to Rev. Rameriz. Mrs Mike Henely of Omaha, Neb., Mrs Donald Cooper and Kathleen Cooper of Dexter, Minn, were guests of Mrs Essie Cooper at the banquet. Mrs W. G. Cooper enjoyed having her three daughters as guests, Mrs How.ard Klein of .Lincoln, Neb, and Mrs Ernest Enockson and Mrs Merlin Cody of Humboldt. Mrs Ernest Lorenc of Rochester, Minn, was a guest of her mother, Mrs W, E, Hundertmark. Mr and Mrs Cleti$ Hundertmark are the parents of a 7 lb. 7V2 oz. son, Paul Freeman, born June 21 at Fort. Dodge. They also have a daughter Kattiy, 2Va years old. >" Dr. and Mrs Ernest Lorenc .and Jennifer of Rochester, Minn, were weekend guests at the hp|ttpt' of her mother, Mrs W, E.' Jfungert' mark.- '•' BJ3E Fred Sok^k of ed serious injury truck he was dr|vj,ng as h& was trying " hee tha,t was truck. The ditch, sliding one slde.ahd other side. ^ milk were lost; in

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