4-Algono (la.) Uppir D*i Molnei Thundey, Aug. 31, 1W7 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. David Smart spent an overnight last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lelghton Mlsbach, with whom they left their baby daughter, Heather, while they enjoy a week's vacation In Colorado. They will return this weekend to spend a lew days before returning home. SUSAN MOULTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, left Tuesday for Ames, where she Is a student at Iowa State University. Mr. andMrs. Kentm; Immerfall and daughter, Kimberley, Mankato, Minn., span: tlir past weekend with their respective parents, Mr. tnc Mrs- Leo Immerfall and Mr. ani iir^. Mooltoa. 3a honor of Embsrif~' f first birthday, Mr. Lai Krs. "-•?: Immerfall e3tert£iiBi £.: dinx: last Sunday. Guests. Jr ai±t;r,:. to Mr. and Mrs. K^jltan. w*r? Mrs. Frank Maultor>. Sr~ iai Mrs. Roy Bjastrom. Mr. tsi Mrs. Fred Allen aad iittit stc, Troy, Iowa City, Else wsrs guests. Mrs. Alien is at former Cheryl Immerfall. MR. AM) MBS. H. M. Smith spent (Sunday at Haywaro's Bay on West Okoboji, where they were guests of their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Terreace Cullen of Omaha. BECKY HEMMLN'GSE.N, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmlngsen, left Tuesday for Estherville, where she has entered the Junior College as a freshman. Susan Heramingsen will remain for another two weeks with her parents before returning to Minneapolis on Sept. 11, where she will be in her third year of nurses' training at St. Barnabas. GUESTS OF H. W. Pletch have been his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Clayton, John, Mark and Bruce, Atlanta, Ga., who left Saturday morning. Mrs. Clayton, the former Joan Pletch, and her sons had arrived Tuesday, Aug. 15, with her husband joining the family last Tuesday. MRS. A. E. KRESENSKY moved last weekend to her new home in the Martin complex on W. McGregor St. Her former home was purchased recently by Mr, and Mrs. Richard A. MIKE SMITH, son of '.vtr, and Mrs. Craig Smith will leave Monday for Winona, Minn., where he will start his final semester at Si. Mary's Collepe. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore have been their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. H. !. JQebinofi and Harry and Lori of Ossining, N, "L, who arrived last Thursday iitid left yesterday. MR. AND MRS. Matt Streit anfi son, Charles, left Sunday to spend several days together in Omaha, Nebr. Charles remained there to enter his second year as a student in the medical calleff of Creighton University, an£ his parents have returned to ME, .OJD MRS. Floyd Holt v?rt ruests last weekend at Cool C.res r?sor, at Spirit Lake of Mr. and Mrs. Ryland (Rye) PMlliss, farmer Algona resi- Seni? and now of Moline, HI. MR. AM) MRS. Richard P. N3.-tor. returned last week after visiting their daughter, Siri, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. John W. •iir:sieis at Ft Defiance, Ariz. ~hf latter are both teachers at -. l2±U2 reservation there. ccxrpisyiiiE them were their its diurbters, Lynn and Leslie, ic a siece, Ellen Crosby of Marshalltown. The group was gone about a week. Leslie Norton left Tuesday for Estherville, where she is a student at the junior college. Lynnc is visiting Mrs. Norton's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby at Marshalltown. BRUCE McCULLOUGH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCullough, is visiting his family before returning to New York City, where he is a student at the Friends' World Institute. BILL BOURNE, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and a student at the college of medicine at Iowa University at Iowa City, is visiting his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and children. They will all spend the Labor Day weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Bourne at their summer home at Lake Okoboji, where they will be Joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart and children of Omaha. Mrs. Haggart is the former Barbara Bourne. you'll like the taste of BOONE RIVER FARM FRANKS * * * * HUNT'S FOLtOW TO SAVINGS. 1 NMl^ SUPER UALU NO. TA CAN GEDNEY HOMEMADE STYLE PICKLES VAN CAMP'S DILLS OR KOSHER DILLS QT. XJ FLAV-0-RITE yfl U.S. A PACKED JU' NO. 300 CAN ' 1 >\c*> Orange Slices 1 LB. PKG. per \b PICK YOUR FAVORITE PIECES BREASTS LEGS THIGHS cur SUPER VALU 2-ROLL PKG. WILSON'S CORN KING BONELESS, FULLY COOKED CANNED HAMS LB. CAN ##5l«!!#*##########***#***#^^ I ^^FLAV-0-RITE * POTATO CHIPS! WILSON'S ALL-MEAT SKINLESS FRANKS FULL LB. PKG. LOUS CREEK LONGHORN CHEESE LB. 59c * \\f^M a. a>-$!\ TWIN PACK BOX * SUPER VALU ALUMINUM ECKRICH SLICED MEATS 5 VARIETIES - MIX OR MATCH 3 FOR $1.00 HORMEL'S LITTLE SIZZLERS CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPE 53c JUMBO 36 SIZE LIBBY'S FOR TOMATO JUICE 46 OZ. CAN : ********************************************* ;; BONDWARE WHITE 1 25-FT. 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BOX FOR o^aarcaaiKasiBcaira*^^ * FLAV-O-RITE FRESH FROZEN PURE FLORIDA GRADE A | ORANGE JUICE I % ORANGE JUICE,, _____ | !M««3«Be9«W«W»«K ASSORTED TWIN POPS FUDGE BARS ICE MILK BARS 24 PACK LESS THAN 5c EACH PRICES IN EFFECT AUG. 31 - SEPT. 5 ««••»*•»»»•»*»•»• The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. W« Invite You To Cheek Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE SUPER UALU ALGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET ! Thursday, Aug. 31, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Well-Known Judge Here Hon. William W. Parker, Judge of municipal court, Waterloo, will speak in Algona Tuesday, Sept. 5, it was announced today by the Kossuth county Republican women's organization. Judge Parker will be one of three prominent lowans who will conduct a panel discussion on various social problems at 2 p. m. at the Congregational Fellowship Hall. As stated in last Thursday's Upper Des Moines, the G.O.P. women are sponsoring the non-political program as an open meeting which all interested men and women are cordially invited to attend. Joining Judge Parker on the panel will be Major Rema Fellman Salvation Army, Marshalltown, and L. C. Rovn, Estherville, juvenile probation officer for this district. Judge Parker, a native of Des Moines, obtained his B.S. degree in sociology from Arkansas A. and M. College. Following three years of service in the U.S. Navy, he took post-graduate work at Drake, then transferred to Rutgers University college of law where he was graduated with an L.L.B. degree in 1949. Prior to assuming his position with the municipal court, Judge Parker practiced law for 15 years and served on the Iowa Board of Parole for 2 1/2 years. Included among his many civic memberships are Rotary International, the board of directors of the Salvation Army, Goodwill Industries and Boy Scouts. The panel discussion program will follow a short business meeting of the women's group which will be held at 1:30 p. m. Hostesses for the meeting will be the Republican women of Lakota. iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Parrish and family spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Iowa State Fair. They report Tennessee Ernie Ford and his group were received with great enthusiasm. Joe Simpkins of Miami Beach, Fla. has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Parrish. JOAN POST, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, has returned to St. Joseph school of nursing at Sioux City after a few days vacation here. She will enter her senior year. MR. AND MRS. Harvey Johnson spent last Wednesday till Sunday at Des Moines visiting with the latter*s cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Winingham. They also visited Truman Simpson and Henry Fuller at Veterans hospital. Truman was to have surgery. MR. AND MRS. 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