The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 7
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February 16, A FEAST FOR THE FAMILY! FRESH ANdEL FOOD PAN-O-CAKES Each 39c es iWome£ February 16, 1961 ECONOMY SIZE LIQUID LUX Regular 67c 22 Oz. Can 49c DEL MONTE CATSUP 5 Bottles $1 KLEENEX White, Pink or Aqua 400 Count BoxW SAVE I7c — ARCHWAY HOME STYLE COOKIES 3 $1 Hi - C BRAND — 46 Oz. CANS PINEAPPLE - 6RAPEFP1 DRINK 4f $| PEAS ORN BUTTE R KERNE.L 3 Sieve Size !rr , '. . ' I Cre W te K^tiel .. • • . : .GEISHA MANDARIN 0RANGIS 5 11 Oz. Cans HAPPY HOST TOMATO JUICE 4 46 Oz. Cans $1 HUNT'S SLICED or HALVES PEACHES 4 No.2>/2 Tins $1 STAR KIST CHUNK TUNA 4 6'/2 Oz. Tins $1 HORMEL'S CHILI 3 15 Oz. Cans $1 COUNTRY KITCHEN MAPLE SYRUP 24 oz. Jar BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 CAN ANGELUS MARSHMALLOWS 19c CELLO BAG SALTED PEANUTS 1 Lb. 29c LOOSE FROZEN VEGETABLES PEAS — PEAS & CARROTS — MIXED VEGETABLES — tJACH IN1VUB,PKG$ NORTH STATS FROZEN GRAPi JUICI „„ ,„ 6 Cans $100 FREEZER FILLING FIESTA! A SPECIAL TRUCKLOAD! BUY BY THE BOX AND .SAVE! SPICED HERRINGS HERRING GAFFELBITAR HERRING CUTLETS 12 oz. Jar 49c 12 Oz. Jar 65c 3!/2 Lb. Jar _^__. $1.98 3'/z Lb. Jar $2.49 5 Lb. Wood Pail $3.19 5 Lb. Wood Pail $3.89 CREAMED HERRING TID-BITS COCKTAIL HERRING HERRING ROLL-UPS HEADLESS, DRESSED !' Whole Bullheads 5 " 1.59 HALIBUT STEAKS .... Lb. SMOKED FISH Smoked Tullibees Smoked Whitefish Smoked Chunked Whitefish Kippered Salmon •—• Bqrbecged Sable Boneless Herring. BONELESS SALT CODFISH 1 Lb. Box HEADLESS, DRESSED WHITING 5 GREEN IN-THE-SHELL SHRIMP 5 Lb. Box 4.59 FILLETED FISH ALL INDIVIDUAL CELLO WRAP PERCH ......... 5Lb. Box $1.59 WHITING 5Lb.Box $1.59 CATFISH 5Lb. Box $2.45 NORTHERNS - 5 Lb. Box $2.65 HADDOCK ..... 5 Lb. Box $2.69 COD 5Lb. Box $2.15 Del Monte Brand Bottle Free With . ,V._ . ,- <•-'..•„' .'?V, .. • ' ;•-•'''• "• 31(29 CUT UP -r. READY FOR PAN SPRING F R Y S Each 69 LENTEN SPECIAL - VERI BEST ARMOUR'S STAR WHQLE HAMS Average 15 to 18 Lbs. 49c LB TENDERIZED MINUTE STEAKS n> 69 LARGE CALIF. SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER ..Each MINNESOTA YELLOW ONIONS 3 23 U. S. NO. ] TEXAS RED GRAPEFRUIT Winesap Apples WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY 4 Lb. Bag 59c NO. 1 NORTHERN PONTIAC Potatoes 50 -, 4.39 Vol. 5 - Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia — This Week | PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING ' ALGONA SUPER VALU Society* Kioto Busy Bees Met Mrs J. F. Hol'ius rnlerlninod the Busy Bee sewing club Friday nflernoon. Valentine Parly Mrs Amy Johnson cntortnincd a few fronds at o Valentino party Tuesday evening. Townsend Club Townsond Club met Tuesday evening with Mr and Mrs W. It. Carney. Afler the business meeting, cards were played and lunch served. Mrs Kolp Hostess Mrs James Kolp entertained her bridge club last week Thursday evening. Mrs Russell Buchanan and Barbara Haggnrd wore guests. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs William Watkins entertained her bridge club last Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Hal Long, Mrs Robert Scott and Mrs KcnncLh Parrish. Attend Shower Mrs Wayne Weaver and Mrs C. E. Dearchs drove to Corwith Friday to attend a shower given for the Rev. and Mrs Ronald Hutchings' baby, Cecil Lloyd, born Jan. 27. Win At Cards Mr and Mrs Dale Cole entertained their card club 'Saturday evening. High and low score prizes were won by Mrs George Balluff and Mrs Wesley Schullz, respectively. Shower Honoree The Carnation Club meets Monday, Feb. 20. Hostesses are Mrs Bert Muckoy, Mrs Herbert Srhaucr, and Mrs Glenn Strnycr. A pink and blue shower is also being given for Mrs Lornn Mansfield. , Sharon Wagner, 11 Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner entertained, at a family dinner Sunday honoring 'the"eleventh .birthday of the daughter Sharon. The grandparents and grandmother, Mr and Mrs Walter Heerdt and Mrs Anna Wagner, were guests. Neighborhood; Supper ', A pbt-tudkU supper,: was held ' Sunday at Mr and Mrs Clayton PittmaTl's.1 OtHers'iJttirtidpAtirtfl were Mr and Mrs Everett Bam Mr-and Mrs W..A. Hardy, Mr- and Mrs Richard Moen, Mr and Mrs AYart'Oij ^Scfuon', aqd 'Mr and Mrs; Waller Siemens. •" Hai Sill Birthday J | I lAbmb 'llicrftbigl 'was honored Saturday on her 5th birthday by a party given in her honor by her rr»other. Guests, were Judy Sirn- bns, Barbara ^Weisc, Kristy and Knthy Kern! and Diarie IStudcr, and her sister Kim Marie. Th'o group enjoyed supper at the Lickteig hotne and then toured the Algona Greenhouse. Suzane McGinnis, 8 A fatally diner Was held Sun' day at Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hah greaves for their grandaughtei; Suzanne McGinnis, whose oightl) birthday anniversary was Fob 14. In attendance were the pa'r« onts Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis, Michael and Janelle, Mr and Mrs Hurry Hargroaves and Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbort. Womens Club Met The Algona Federated Women's Club Will meet Monday evening, Feb. 20 at 7:30 o'clock in the Farm Bureau rooms. The topic "Northern Lights Beacon on Canada, the Great Northland" will be given by Flora Tiss. There will be a resume of the four sessions studied in February on "Iowa's Stake in the Future." The last session was held Wednesday morning at Ada Ma- luee's. There will be a report on findings of the community committee on signs for the rose gar- rlen. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT ENTER ALCOA WRAP'S 3rd Annual $100,000 "Wagon-Load" Contest OVER 1000 PRIZES Get Entry Blanks : Si this store Hood's Super Valu Algona

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