The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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FOOD SALE At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Hi • C ORANGE DRINK 4 460t. *4| Cans JJ> HI Algorto (la.) U^p«f ftoi Thursday, Aogtttf t$ Marilyn Rath Of Lone Rock Is Engaged To Wed DEL MONTE CATSUP 6 Large Bottles $1 STAR KIST CHUNK 4 Large Tins si MA BROWN PURi Seedless Black Raspberry, Red Raspberry, or Strawberry Mix'Em or Match'Em 12 Ounce Jars FRESH CUT FESTAL U ASPARAGUS 4 No, 303 Tall Cans $1 VETS Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath of Lone Rock announce the engage*merit, of their daughter Marilyn Joan to Robert Heifner, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner of Buffalo Center. No definite data has been set for the wedding. (UDM Engraving) Dog Food 13 Si 13 DIFFERENT VARIETIES - FLAVORITE pkgs. $1 SCOTTIES - WHITE or COLORED Facial Tissue 400 Count Package si VAN CAMP'S, 16Oz. Cans si HORMEL'S DAIRY, ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIINERS Lb. 49c HORMEL'S DAIRY NO. 1 SLICED BACON Lb. 49c ARMOUR'S STAR, READY TO EAT ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner HAPPY HOST NEW PACK Cut Green Beans *..-..."... • • • • Tomatoes Peas No. 303 TALL CANS si HAPPY HOST ELBERTA PEACHES As Delicious A Ham As You Can Find .'FILL YOUR FREEZER NOW ! SHANK HALF Lb. BUTT HALF Lb. 39c CENTER SLICES or PIECE Lb. 59c HAM HOCK Lb. 29c FRESH, COUNTY DRESSED Roasting Chickens Ib. 29 4 PLUMP, TENDER, READY - FOR - THE - PAN Spring Fries each - - 69< (New Pack) No. 2'/2 Tins NEW TEXAS RED SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE cans 29 NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES DAISY - VANIIpLA or NEOPOLITAN Potatoes SUNKIST Ice Cream Lemons 1 MEDIUM SIZE ORANGES . 79< See Our Special BACK - TO - SCHOOL SUPPLY SHELVES PRICES 6OOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY SUPER VALU ~'~" ' ^^^^WHBBli-IIH^B^^W^^ Mnry Lu and Barbara Wagner, daughters of Mr and Mrs Orvilla Wagner, were visitors the first o£ the week with cousins, Mr and t Mrs Franklin Wagner and sorv Robent at Irvington. Sister M. Marguerite, daughter of Ohris Gales is observing tha Silver Jubilee of her religious profession at the Holy Ghost Convent in Techny, 111. Aug. 15 with relatives planning to attend. Mr.4 John Alt-man Sr. of here :is a sister of Sister M. Marguerite, also Mrs Walter Elbert, Algona, Margaret Gales, Chicago, Mrs Ted Mori of Fort Dodge and Sister M. Chanlal and Sister M. Carla, also of Holy Ghost Convent in Techny and a brother Al Gales of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Francis, Erpelding and family, Mr and Mrs Alvin. Klein and family, Mr and Mra Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mr and Mrs Tony Weydert an4 daughters, Alice Bormann,,'Mat* : ilyn Thilges and Terry Johnson were among those from here to spend Sunday at Arnolds Park and Lake QkobojL . Sister M? Adeline, daughter of Mr and Mrs M, T. McGuire, and her companion Sister Claira Thercse of Mt. St. Francis Con^ vent, Dubuque, will arrive hera on Thursday for a week's visit. Mr and Mrs McGuire are holding open fiouse in their home Tuesj- day, Aug. 18, afternoon and evening for friends and relatives to visit with their guests. Mr and Mrs Adolph Kass oi Rock Island, 111. accompanied by Sister M. Imogene and Sister M. Marcelinda visited Thursday at the Nick Klein home her.e; Sister Imogene and Mrs Kass ate daughters of Mr and Mrs Klein. Virginia Thul, daughter of Mf and Mrs Eugene Thul, is spend* ing a week at the Y.W.C.A. Camp north of Bopne. *, George Roger Thul, infant son of Mr and Mrs Roger Thul, born Aug. 3 was baptized Sunday }h St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C Schumacher. Sponsors were Gladys Thul and Gerald Reding. Rev. William Devine is visit* ing his parents, Mr and Mrs William B. Devine and other, relatives and friends here follow*- ing summer school in Washington, D. C. ' „;? Betty Wagner, daughter of Mrs Adeline Wagner is confined to her bed, convalescing from^a recent back injury she received when thrown from a pony. V Mrs Nick Fisch of Algona, mother of Mrs Tony Weydert, Mrs Ray Thilges, Mrs Delmep Plathe and Mrs Jim Putstuck, all from here, underwent surgery in St Ann hospital Algona Monday. Joyce Kircsh, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Kirsoh, a 1958 St, Joseph's high school graduate, is employed at Algona. ; Connie Sinnwell, daughter OS Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell, a 1959 St. Joseph's high school graduate, is employed at the telephone company in Algona. Mr and Mrs Frank Reding and family spent last week vacationing at Clear Lake. , Mrs Joe Moser and daughter- in-law, Mrs Ed Moser and daughters from Durant, Oklahoma arq here visiting relatives & friends. Mrs Joe Moser is the mother Q< Mrs Charles Thilges and Mika Hofer and Mrs Ed Moser, the former Martha Thilges is tha daughter of Mr and Mrs . WUV Thilges Sr. of Algona, formerly • of here. \ Florence McGuire spent last week in the home of her brothel Mr and Mrs Luke McGuire an,d daughters, Nancy and Norms. Phyllis Thilges is assisting «-" the household duties in Maurice Reding home. ; Alvord's oldest > one of Lyon countyls dents, -Mrs Mary cenUy ee>brate4 day. She is the l her M 4ier

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