The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 15
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KING KELLY ORANGE HUNT'S BARLETT S No. 2V>2 Tins AND ECONOMICAL TOO) GRANULATED l:\.\W 1O 93< ARMOUR'S STA R NO. 1 SLICED Lb. 45 GOLD MEDAL Lb. Bag ARMOUR'S S SMOK PICNI AR D :s HUNT'S CATSUP 5 Large Bottles STAR KIST TUNA ' ' *ii Large Can B> ROYALTY CRUSHED PINEAPPLE - - lOc LOIN END PORK CHOPS i ARMOUR'S STAR SHANK HALF Lb. 35c BUTT HALF Lb. 39c CENTER SLICES Lb.69c FLEISCHMAN'S CAL FAME PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT R j, DRINK 46 Oz. Tins 1 REAL GOLD ORANGE JUICE OLEO 2 Lbs. 49$ .Special Cuts Of Steaks-?fbn,.,,Outdoor Grills — Just Ask Us .... Juicy, Thick! EXTRA LARGE, PLUMP, CUT UP SPRING FRIES each i Quart Jar 47* FRESH, HOME DRESSED ROASTING CHICKENS Lb. 29c PURE CIDER Bring Your Own Jug, • SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD JONATHAN U. S. ITALIAN Prunes 12 Lb. Lug $129 SUNKIST MEDIUM SIZE es 2 doz. 69c VANITY FAIR CLEANSING TISSUE 5 400 Count Packages 1 NORTH STATE FROZEN PEAS or CUT CORN P K G S ALL FLAVORS - MARIGOLD ICE CREAM - </2 gal. 89c PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & MONDAY SUPER VALU SHOP I N AIR CON D. COMFORT ALGONA UPPER DES MO ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, Class Reunion The 1954 class of Swcn City high school held their fifth re* union Sunday. A pot hick dinner was held nt noon with 12 of the '10 Jiving members attending. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Jim Gardner of Cedar Falls, Mr find Mrs Dnrrel Bishop, Mr rind Mrs Ardcn Zeilke, Mr and Mrs Hichtird Fairclothe, Mr and Mrs David Dontje. Ronnie Sten- 7.c} nnd Helen MiidsPti, Chuck Elliott find Jorlyn Lcin, Mr and Mrs Evt-rtte Thoroson, Mr and Mrs Wnlly Dawson. Merlin Carlson nnd Mr nnd Mrs Bob Gcerdos. Three Bancroft Students Have Broken Arms Bancroft _ Fidoles Dnnkhnr is under the doctor's cnro and umi'blr to attend classes at St. John's high school duo to a bad ear infection. Fideles is a junior at St. John's. Three small boys nt St. John's are carrying their arms in casts They are Cletus Nurre, son of Mi and Mrs Eugene Nurre who fell from the upstairs at his lioirm fracturing his arm and has a bump on his head. The young son of Mr and Mrs Eddie Blocker, fell, fracturing his arm. David Yackel. who fell from a load of baled hay several weeks iigo and it still wormy a cast. David and Dunne McClcish left Friday evening for Sauck Center for a visit with relatives. Joyce Lori and Steven Lcnsing spent several days with their grandparents, the R i c h a r d Menkes while their parents moved to Ames, where Mr Lensing will complete his senior year at Iowa State. Reil Bartlett, who has been here for the funeral of his father, Florine Bartlett, of Titonka t visited with his mother, Mrs Nellie Lupin. Mr and Mrs John Guy, Austin. Word Received About Death Of Wesley Visitor Wesley — Word was received here of the death of Carl Funnemark in Son Francisco some time ago. He had visited, relatives here.Vthc Julius and Olaf Funne-* mark? families and the. family of the late Mrs Thora Johnson. Cancer Report Mrs Fred Bentele reports $119.50 collected in the cancel? drive in Wesley township. Mr and Mrs, Charles Kraus and the Chuck Kraus family of Kiester, Minn, were Sunday guests in the Don Kraus home, Mrs Kraus Sr. flew to Minneapolis this week to visit an aunt. Mr and Mrs Harold Mattinek, Jerry nnd Kim spent the" Labor Day weekend With his sister, Aline Marti nek at Knoxville. Mrs Ann Kunz of DCS Moineg and her daughter, Lewine, R. N. of Knoxville, spent the weekend in the home of their son and brother, J. M. Kunz and family. Otto Goelz, who had been a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, three weeks, was brought home Saturday. He lives with his sister, Mrs Tracy Ward in Titonka. Forty hour devotions will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Mr and Mrs Joe Robinson and children of Omaha spent Wednesday evening jn the Dr. L. Li Pfeffer home. Mrs Carl Froehlich was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Friday for treatment. The Gayle Studers were Sunday guests in the 'Larry Lang home at Mason City. ; Mr and Mrs Paul Engen< Carrie and Nadine recently returned from a fishing trip id northern Minnesota. Mr and Mri Lowell Erdman and Lindsey oi Decofah spent several days with' were Sunday guests of the ladies parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Torine. Mrs Rose Murphy returned Wednesday from Chicago, Winthrop, Waverly and Marion where she visited with relatives. Mr and Mrs George Doocy entertained relatives from Chicago over the weekend, 'Mr and Mrs Heiibert Dorr and family, Osceola, Wis., and her parents spent the weekend with the Cletus Dorr family. They spent Sunday at Mason City with their father, Ben Dorr of St. Benedict, who is a patient of Mercy Hospital. Mr and Mrs Ralph Boswart, Rodman, are the parents of their first child a daughter, Mrs Banwart, was Dorothy 'Droessler, daughter of A. A. Droessler. TOM'S Tel eviews A Maine fire chief requested that his city get a louder fire siren, because his volunteer firemen couldn't hear the whistle over the din of TV sets. Come In And See THE INDUSTRY'S BEST RCA's 17-Inch Table Model Television All controls & sound our the front — all channel UHF ONLY $209.95 In Oklahoma, a poultry man said television is "hurting egg sales," because people stay up for the late shows, and then axe too tired to eat a hearty breakfast the next morning, Tom's is the place to get the world's finest portable TV's. Sound and controls out the front, plus all-channel UHF. FROM 5219,95 N?t everyone has complaints about TV, though; in Florida robbers stole five television sets from a train car, and a case of coffee — possibly to keep them awake for the late movies. If you have any; co'mplaints about your television! call us, We are always ready to solve your problems, and keep your sets in good order, THAT'S RICH. For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in, (112 N Moore — CY 4-3360). TOM'S ,RAPIQ * TV them. Mr and Mrs Howard Funne-. mark and family recently spent several days sightseeing in Wisconsin and attended a Braves vs; Cubs ball game in Milwaukee. : Wesley teachers emplqyed out of town include Mrs Leo Bleich at Ames, Margaret Flom at. Ft,,. ..,,_, Dodge, Mrs Dwight Bruns at''"* -Crystal Lake, Anna Flom and« Mesdames Mag. Bleich, Helem i Kleinpeter and Charles Mulliri at Corwith. Methodist women will serve a chicken supper Tuesday, Sept. 22. VIesdames Olive Erdman, Opal Nygaard, D'Loras Price as chairmen. Circle 1 of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs Geo, Detmering Sept. 16 and Circle 2 will meet with Mrs Richard Smith in the evening. Mr and Mrs John Hildman took their daughters, Rose Ann and Mary and Kathleen Hughe* to Milwaukee Saturday, where they will attend St. Mary's School. Tuesday club will hold the first meeting of the'new year at the city park Sept. 15. A cook: , out meal will be demonstrated by president, Edna Kleinpeter and vice president, Mildred Martin. Members are to bring theiu own table service. Good Will Industry truck will be in Wesley Sept. 29 for any used articles and clothing which can be left at the Methodist church. Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones attended a Algona district con-, ference at Plover Sept. 9. A group of W.S.C.S. women went to Titonka the same, day to, attend a Seminar. Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and;' family spent the Labor Day weekend at Hackensack, Minn. Now you Know! 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