The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1961
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DAY AFTER DAY..'.WEEK AFTIR WEEK... MONTH AFTtR MONTH-AT HOOD'S SUPER VALU! LIQUID TREND 22 Oz. Plastic Bottle 49c HUNT'S WILDERNESS FLAVORITE PI ACHES I Pie Filling COOKIES SLICED OR HALVES APPLE - CHERRY OR PEACH - Mix 'Em or Match 'Em 18 Varieties -,Mix 'Em or Match 'Em 4 No. 2% Cans $113 No. 2 Cans 79c Jj 4 Packages $1 FREE - Friday & Saturday SUPER VALU CRACKERS Saltines lib. 23c Honey Graham 29c RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 Large 39c 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. CARNATI0H CHEESE DEMONSTRATION WITH FREE SAMPLES - ALSO HILAND POTATO CHIPS 1 LB. CARTON 1 Lb. BOX CHIPS WITH CHEESE 25c FREE 25c CHIP DIP 59c RED RIVER Red Potatoes 25lb.bag 79c FREE MARIGOLD ICE CREAM CONES FROM THE NEW TOASTED ALMOND FUDGE ICE CREAM i/2 GAL MARIGOLD TOASTED ALMOND FUDGE 79 G v - v, 1 CRISP CALIFORNIA JUMBO CELERf Big Stalk 19c Back By Request - JUMBO SIZE HEAD LETTUCE 2 Heads 33c OXYDOL TIDE-CHEER SHIP AHOY BREWED SHRIMP 2 Box £l4[ £Q Lb. 91&3 ARMOUR'S STAR CHOICE ROUN^rSIIAK lb. 79c; BONELESS ROLLED RUMP ROAST R1NELESS SLAB BACON Lb. 79c Lb. 29c .1PRIM FRYS EACH 69c GIANT PACKAGE 69' HUNT'S LARGE BOTTLE TOMATO CATSUP only 17c HUNT'S 46 Oz. Cans TOMATO JUICE each 29c HUNT'S 303 TALL CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL each 19c BANQUET - No. 2'/z Cans BARRETT PEARS each 29c HORMEL'S 1$ Oz. Cans CHILI & BEANS each 29c BUTTERNUT B0% HAM, 10% BEEF, 10% PORK HAM LOAF „ I Lbs. HOME MADE, EXTRA LEAN PORK SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 39c HOME RENDERED LARD 5 Lb. Pail 69c HEADLESS, DRESSED WHOLE NORTHERNS Lb. He SALE of BEEF HIND QUARTERS Cut qjid Wrapped As You Wish For Your Freezer Or Locker At No Extra Charge GOOD Lb. tic U. S. CHOICE Lb. 49c Always A Complete Selection Of Veal, ' Lamb, Etc. If You Don't See It, Ask Us. FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN NORTH STATE FROZEN Orange Juice s I $1| Grape Juice e i $1 | ( I " T— TI-.T- ____ • • • « . , * _ , • • __^_ V B I • • ' " » « " " « » " • " ,|[j I Vol. 14*15-16 - Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia This Week PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING Ib. fin ^p ^^ ^p^^ff^H ^jfjff ^^^R ^^^W ^^Bi^^ "^^^^P^ VRMMRR^^ ALGONA SUPER VALU ALGONA UPPER DES MOiNES ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961 HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED that the very same story may have several versions? Each can be the absolute truth, according to the way it is looked at. It just depends upon who is telling it. * * > * FOR EXAMPLE, if a 14 year old girl goes to.the very same movie as her nine year old brother, she may View i| in an entirely different light than he- does. (t,^ ; •Her version: "It was the most divine movie! ,Tab HildsSn was so romantic, and he was head-over-heels in love with In grid Taylor. But she knew if she married him, he couldn't go to Outer Sloboyia and do that research for space missiles so she gave him up. I cried., and cried, and it was just lovely!" Her brother's version: "It was a lousy movie. All that mush stull and not even any horses!" * * * TWO MEN CAN GO ON A fishing trip and come home with two entirely different versions. Especially if one caught a big one) and Ihe other one didn't. Joe's (who caught the big one) version: "I was using this whirly- gew-gaw on a 10 pound test line. The fish grabbed the hook and I could itell right away it was a big one because he wds off down the bay. He must have gone 300 yards! I battled him for two hours, but at was worth it. A 20 pound Muslde!" Sam's (who didn't catch a thing) version: "Fishing Was awfully joor. I wanted to go up to Upper Blue and try, but just then Joe lad a bite. He was using my whirly-gew-gaw he borrowed from me and if he'd flipped the thing right he could have brought it in right away. As it was, he fought the thing for about five minutes and I finally helped him out by bringing it in with the dip net. Pretty good fish, too — a seven pound Northern." * * * MUDVILLE BEATS ROCKVILLE 76 to 74 in two overtime )eriods. Mudvi'lle's version of the game: "Our boys were wonderful! They were so tight on the defense Rockville couldn't do a thing. If Jones had been shooting up to his usual average, we'd have slaughtered them even worse!" • \ RockviUe's version: "At least we out-played .them, most of th<£ ;ame, but you can't fight .the team and the referees, too." * * * .• " . *• MRS. JONES HAS DONE OVER HER living room. When you, do a .thing like that, some of us who are getting ailong with the sama' old stuff are apt to be a bit jealous. . : • . Mrs. Jones who has .the new furniture might have this version: 'We've tried to keep everything very informal.. Maple. wood anct weeds in the upholstery and draperies. We think it goes with easy,; relaxed living." • • '"*"' Mrs. Smith's version (she doesn't have any new furniture): 'Her living room is really very nice—if you,like portch furniture." 'Her living room is really very, nice—if you like porch furniture." can pick up a real ring-dinger of a,bargain. Husbands like sales too, but only if it can be .genuinely proved to them that they've saved money. The usual bargain is apt to have these two versions: . The Wife's: "It was in just jtfy size! And so reasonable, too. $24.98 reduced to $15.95!" • . ..,.,.•••••>' -.: TheJIustean«ls'.-"She has four other dresses almost exactly like it hanging in her closeM-ight now and she's never even worn .them." * * * THERE IS AN OLD SAYING, "Beauty is in the eye Of the beholder". This, it seems to me, is never more tr'ue than when it comes to teen-age crushes. The gap between the generations becomes apparent in these two versions of the same boy. Teen-age daughter's version: "He's a real neat boy! He looks at you from kind of under his eyes—just like Fabian. He reminds me o£ Marlon Brando -when he talks. Is he ever neat!" Mother's version: "I .guess he is a nice enough boy, if he'd ever get over that sullen expression. He has that prominent Adam's apple and that odd way of talking. But I guess he'll be just fine when he outgrows that gangly, pimply stage." * * * ' EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, one of my writing gems goes out and a check comes to me in place of the usual rejection slip. Although this pleases me greatly, I am apt to give this version of the phenomena: "It's about time! I spent about 20 hours of blood, sweat and tears on it to say nothing of $2.00 in postage." My non-writing friend's version: "My gosh, Grace, thats just like finding money in the street!" * * * SPEAKING OF WRITING, I met a friend the other day who was just a little confused about my exaot capacity at the Algona Upper Des Moines. She had an item for me and she knew I did some locals. She knew Evelyn Cady is also on the staff. It ended up by her saying, "Let's see, your column is 'Tids Around Algona's World, isn't it!" * * * THIS WEEK'S RECIPE is for a real good chicken dish and sauce: 1 pound chicken, cooked and cut into pieces; 2 cups soft bread crumbs; 1 cup cooked rice; 'A cup chopped pimento; IVa cups chicken stock or milk; '/i cup chicken fat or butter, melted; 4 eggs beaten; 1 teasp. salt; Vi teasp. paprika. . Mix all the ingredients. Place in a greased 8 or 9 inch ring mold. Set in pan of hot water and bake in moderate oven 350 degrees, 1 hour or until set. Let stand 10 minutes before unmolding. Serve with the fallowing sauce: 4 tablespoons butter; 4 tablespoons flour; % teasp. salt; Va teasp. paprika; 2 cups chicken broth; 'A cup cream; Vs cup cooked mushrooms; 2 egg yolks, well beaten; 1 teasp. minced parsley. Melt butter. Remove from heat. Blend in flour, salt and paprika. Gradually add broth, mixing until well blended. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly until thick and smooth. Add mushrooms, cream, egg yolks, and parsley. Mix well. Serve hot, — GRACE. Junior Leaders The Kossuth County Junior Leaders will meet Thursday, March 16 at 8:00 p.m. at the Algona High School Annex. The meeting was cancelled from Mar. RABBITS Rich Chapman, Joe McDermott ST. PATRICK'S DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Fri., March 17 Music By The SILVER TONiS and Don Garrctt of Eagle Grove recently returned from hunting with a truck load of dead jackrabbits. There were 83 rabbits in the back of the truck. The men spent the last three weeks of rabbit season gunning near Britt for the rabbits. i CALF A calf of unusual size, only about 12 inches high, was born recently to a biack Angus cow owned by Louis Chapman of Massena. Mr Chapman reports the calf is doing fine, runs and plays the same as a normal sized calf. FRIDAY, MARCH 17th ST. PATRICKS BALL-FAVORS FRANK BUHR AND HIS RAMBLERS SAT., MARCH 18th JULES HERMAN and His Fine Dance-Orch.

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