The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 14
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4—A.l0»na do.) Upper DM Ifoinet Thursday, Mey 4, 1W7 Kossuth Donates $2,263 To Crippled Child Fund Tie KoESUtt Cguatr Chapter of lit tewi s-jcietr i'jr Cripptei Chiilrea tao ASulU nset ai Key's CXfe IE JteacroS, Friizv, AprS SS, te repvri OL 1is saticesE al tbt receaa Etster 5eij CLz.-.pa;p tai tc t-cra 12 the rstcraei 55- Krs. Vict-'i- Dai sad Mrs. KLtr- rii:> pinth- v-:± n si^p., GLrfi-.au., LIC i,:tiu Crfeii t^vnships; J£rs.. Arthur Iteaix, r.i^s?}- i-.'vi£L:.;r; Mrs. l£i_rix KsC-'uire, ?_ ; r?rui-.4, tic Id.. Mrs. ?.UES%12 Pi-f^rwi., 3un, Li.?. r" '-«• V+A } .•_<£_•,. ^fcic.I..j I*i —£>£.- . \e. J i... >_ ! w-fc-IH.y *'t/*_l'- JT *"*'-fc'"'ft- " *"*" *"* * T*\J"*<*'•'•••••- f ")*"' I ?T etz, H;^r. C:*ui; Mrs. A, C. PERSONALS V2-. A!Q KES. KZE2 E%> C.D.A. ?LAJsS C.D A. vj: f.OEless, A;.nJ 2i a i "piisi jjirty". Ojesis v,-%re Mrs. .'>'or- si< Helioiis, B-jrt; Mrs. f-.vt:: Ai/eljs, K^ii.'r^, Wrs. Cecilia. K'jlu&s, forget City, Beatrice h'iidrfii.'i, V.'esky; Mrs. Gave Hal- ver&>ri, Aigoasi. Tfceneztnj«-tii^ *m ^ v,-iU) Miss HiWrnij; a 'AV;sley, Max 27. HA.VDY HOGEHT, Steve Mueller aiid Jack V/aller siAnt toe weekend i/i Des Molries where ttiey took l/i the Drake relays, and visited Jack's brother at Drake University. DK. AM) MRS. LeKoy I. Stroh- rnait are attending the annual Iowa Dental Association convention from Sunday to Wednesday at the Veterans auditorium, Des Moines. Dr. Strohrnan wiU I/resent a clinic program dealing v/ith Uieuee6I[>ermaneritlllling8. MRS. U J. llanley visited /or a week with her sisters, Mrs. Perry Lowrrian and Mrs. Martin Potratz. 18 Youngsters, St. Joe, Have Holy Communion ST. JOE - Sunday, Aj,ril 30, 18 young i/;0[jle received their flrtt holy fjomwjunion in St. Jo- Bfejjh's Church wltli Rev. L. C. ilctminacher celebrant. Acolytes wez c- Allan KrWe/ ea, Stephen Gak-ii, Peter McGuire and Donald i'iilx.. Thlh year lor the first lime, [;arenU leceived tiie ea- cjajnent witli their child, Members in Uie class were Marjorie ix-rte, Kail o c: mass. T?;e irjiuil Mofeer-D Eaaquet is fceW Jme I, n-j Adeline '.Vagner, Mrs. CeritgraH, Mrs. V/illred Kohlfc- su.s, Mrs. Ronald Illg, Mrs. Marvin Sawyer and Mrs. Ralph Koh- Ihaas in charge of arrangements. Cornrnlttoe in charge May 10v.ill 1/e Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Mrs. Irene Borrnann, Mrs. Leonard McGulre, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Albert Berte and Sheryll Weydert. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeller are parents of a daughter born April 25 In St. Ann Hospital, Algona. The Zellers now have five toys and otie girl.'.; John Zeller, Algona, -is the paternal grandfather. Mrs. Ray Gales, Livermore, Is assisting with duties in the home of Mr/ and Mrs. Alfred Zeller. Carolyn Sue Berte, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berte, born April 17, was baptized in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher Saturday, with Mr. and Mrs. George Berte, Lee Summit, Mo., as sponsors. Nancy Ann Bormann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann, born April 19, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, with Mrs. Jerry Weydert, Livermore, and Dennis Bormann, St. Joe, ajs sponsors, Mrs. Tony Becker Is a surgical patient in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, entertlng Monday. For that real get-up-and-go feeling, rely on the wholesome energy pro- vided by fresh milk. . WHITTEMORE - LONE ROCK - SWEA CITY |p_^ _^^ ___ HM ^^M ^^H K^H ^^H ^^H ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^H ^^_ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ J ^H ^OT ^M ^H l^p ^M §• ^M ^B ^H ^M ^H I^B ^B •• MJ BJ| ^p y STRAINED GERBER'S -BABY «»*•••< GERBER'S BABY ORANGE JUICE £% CANS ••••••••••••• GOLD CROSS BABY MILK GERBER'S BABY LEAN & MEATY SPARE RIBS We designed our new store for family shopping as the photo at the left illustrates. Extra wide aisles provide shoppers with plerv ty of room to browse. If necessary, there is actually enough room for three carts abreast in each aisle. We invite you to shop our store - where low prices, a large variety of goods and a well-1 designed store make SHOPPING A PLEASURE. LARGEST VARIETY OF GROCERY ITEMS IN THE ENTIRE AREA ! VERY LEAN, VERY MEATY BARBECUE BACK PORK RIBS . . ib T HEAVY BACON SQUARES ALL LEAN BOONE RIVER G j BEEF BOLOGNA J STEAKETTES 45* * 79 GUS GLASER ALL MEAT WIENERS ""J""' WILSON'S CERTIFIED I SMOKED 1 PICNICS SLICED MORREL'S YORKSHIRE SMOKED SAUSAGE i's Vegetable OLEO Ib ALL VARIETIES - STOKELY'S FROZEN DINNERS YOUR CHOICE - EACH . . . SWANSON'S POTATO CHIPS FULL POUND TWIN-PAC BOX ... ADAM'S FROZEN ORANGE DRINK 60Z.CAN... SUGAR WITH $3.00 ORDER OR MORE 10 Ib. Thursday, May 4, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei-5 OPEN NITES I SOFTENER PELLETS 25 Ib. bag AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! —— COLA CHARCOAL PIZZA 6PAC PLUS DEPOSIT ••••••• 20 Ib. bag 39 ^•••••^^•••••••••I^H 89 FREE SAMPLES FRIDAY & SATURDAY ! WELL'S FROZEN DESSERT TQTINO'S FROZEN ARGE 16' FINEST PORK and BEANS SWANSON'S Vi AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY: CHECK OUR STORE MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FOR SPECIAL PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU! ,-..?•'*•» SWANSON'S - WHERE HOPPING IS A PLEASURE ! IF »-»""w^»^ww^www^w«pwww»w^» ;WE RESERVE THE RIGHT! • m • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES §•••••••< l_ »\i\«ri Miracle Whip ICE CREAM gll 59 *^* > ^^^«^X^%^^^^^v^«>>i^^rf'^^^»^ KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP QUART JAR... FRESHER, IT WOULD IN THE GAUDEfrl FLORIDA VALENCIA ORANGES doz. ^YELLOW ^ ONIONS 29 CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES t pints SNO-BOY CELERY HEARTS AND CARROTS 33 ' 21 ^' FINEST SELECTION OF ROSE BUSHES, EVERGREENS, SHRUBS, AND TREES - AVAILABLE NOW AT SWANSON'S FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES ! PILLSBURY REFRIGERATE Reg. 49c pkg. TRQPMZAL4Q ORANGE OR ORAPdRIN DISCOUNTED HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS ! WHITE RAIN SHAMPOO 14 ox. bfl. ,re. $1.00 ', WHITE RAIN HAIR SPRAY Reg, $1.49 can s- PEPSODENT ^TOOTHPASTE CHECK THESE VERYDAY LOW PRICES AT SWANSON'S SWANSON'S 4fe4%A SHORTENING fiH ? 3 LB. CAN %P %^ HEINZ 4 tf^/l KETCHUP IQV 14 OZ. BOTTLE I %^ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• SOFTEX A^| TISSUES for H 200 CT. BOX I PRIDE f^ •• fa CRACKERS 2S ? 1 LB. BOX «Bi %^ DEL MONTE OR HUNTS £&, At A PEACHES 9QV 2'2 CAN HB%^ SWANSON FLOUR 5 LB. BAG HI-C DRINK ORANGE 46 OZ. CAN SWANSON'S 49< 25« >•••••••••••••• 3WAINSUIN'5 ^^ ^^^ m CORNSforQClf 303 CAN ^J ^£ SWANSON'S PEAS 5 303 CAN MR. G FRENCH FRIES 2 LB. BAG SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES REG. PKG. ••••••••••••••• BUSTER MIXED NUTS 13 OZ. »••••••••• * GOLDEN POPPY PEACHES # •* * # * # * * * # * # * * * •x•X- # * * # * * *

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