The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 9
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7 'wyff^^ 12,000 FRESH GUT FOR YOUR EASTER TABLE DOLE'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE TALLiaviOZ. CAN HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 TALL CAN NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 PKG. $1.9 DAISY ICE CREAM OR NEOPOLITA Gal. 59c VANILLA OR NEOPOLITAN LARGE JUMBO LETTUCE 2 Heads 35c FLAVORITJ: Brown or Powdered SUGAR 3 LB. CELLO BAG GEISHA $Xli&!W&®£^^ WXtittOffSK^^ Mandarin Oranges 5.OOO .11 Or: Tin 2 5*$*,; RED DOT POTATO CHIPS tit: iUTT HALF....... ... Lb. 49c WHOLE HALF Lb. ffc TWIN PACK - FREE PKG. CORN KURLS ONLY 59c FREE REGISTRATION AT OUR HAM BOOTH FOR 2 EASTER BUNNIES 2-15 LB. HAMS FOR ARMOUR! WILSON'S CORN KING OR ARMOUR'S STAR HAM 5 LB. CAN KRAFT MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 2 Large Pkgs. 49c ARMOUR'S STAR Junior Turkeys 4-6 LBS. ONLY FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES FULL OF JUICE - LARGE 39c Doz. WASHED AND WAXED PONTIAC POTATOES 25 Lbs. 79c READY FOR THE PAN • SHIP AHOY Breaded Shrimp 2 LB. BOX WELL-TRIMMED LARGE STALK CELERY ONLY 19c TASTY GREEN ONIONS 5c Bunch i )&®X&®G^^ •••••••••••••••I Vol. 19-20-21 - Funk & Wctgnalls Encyclopedia -— This Week | PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING AWQNA SUPERVALU PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX PKG.. He" MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING QT. 49c GRANDEE STUFFED OLIVES Refrig. Jar 39c GRANDEE QUEEN OLIVES 14 Oz. Jar 49c OCEAN SPRAY STRAINED CRANBERRY SAUCE 2-16 Oz. Tin 39c DULANEYS SWEET POTATOES SYRUP OR VACUUM PACK 2 Squat Cans 49c REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOIL REG. 25 FT. ROLL ONLY 29c KLEENEX TOWELS WHITE OR COLORS 2 ROLL PKG. ONLY 39c AL60NA UPPER DES MOINES Thursday, March 30, 196! $%BgPX%®X8%^^ Around Algona Mrs Richard Morion was hostess to her sewing club Monday afternoon. —o—i Mrs W. J. Sigsbee was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon, Michael, infant son of Mr and Mrs George Drcsen, was baptized Sunday ^at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. " t Q—,--, Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor spent from Sunday through Tuesday at Dos Moincs attending the sports show. —o— ; Mr and Mrs Marvin Kramer are parents of a 7 pound 12 ounce son, born March 22 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mrs Henry Furst Was hostess to the Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian church Monday night. Cindy Hardy, student at Mankato State College, is spending her Easter vacation here with her parents, ,Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy. —o— Linda Smith, Pam Waller ana Janice Bode, students at the State. University of Iowa at Iowa City, are expected to arrive home today (Thursday) for the Easter vacation with their parents. —it— Judy Gerber has been accep> ted for nurses' training at St Barnabas Episcopal hospital in Minneapolis. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber and a high school senior. Mr and Mxs Don Smith. St. and Mr and Mrs Luke Linnan and Bernie are in New Orleans. They left last Thursday and expect to be back the last of the week. _o— Mr and Mrs Charles McVay plan to spend Easter at Webster City with the letter's s'tep-mo- ther and then go to^IoWa City where Mrs McVay will have a checkrup at University Hospitals. Pat Cowan .arrived, home Wednesday from Iowa State Teachers College where she i^'a' freshman for the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cowan. —o— Kossuth County GOP Women will have a dessert luncheon April 4 at Van's Cafe from 1:30 until 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka. All interested women are invited ;o attend. —o— Joyce Huenhold, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold, has Deen accepted for nurses' train- ng at St, Lukes hospital in Chicago. She is completing her second year at the University of Dubuque at the present time. Jason Etherington, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington, came from Ames over the weekend to sing a solo in the cantata ;iven Sunday at the Presbyterian hurch. He is a freshman at Iowa itate University. —o— The Order of Eastern Star will have a stated meeting April 4 t 8 p.m. The committee in char•e is Mrs Arthur Jackman, Mrs Ethel Colwell, Mi- and Mrs Chet Bailey, Mrs Dorothy Vander Waal, Mrs Violet Benschoter, Russ Cook, and B. P. Richardson. —o— First banns of marriage have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Ronald Buscher and Mary Virginia Walker, both of Algona; Kenneth Thilges, Algona and Darlene Seller, St. Benedict; and Dean Loss, Algona, and Alice Ann Parker, Fonton. •—o— Infants baptized Palm Sunday at the Presbyterian church were» Gregory Vernell, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Nelson; Ronald Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Peterson; Mark Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Sorenson and Herbert William, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Boyer. A service of baptism was conducted by Rev. Newton Coughenour Palm Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church. Receiving the sacrament were Joan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom; Lori, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Matson; Julia, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elbert McVeigh and Cynthia and Michael Burris, daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Roy Burris. Also Thomas, Randy and Vicky, children of Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs; Peggy, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. Dwight Simpson; Linda and Brenda, daughters of Mr and Mrs Robert Bonnette; Cynthia, daughter of Mr and M"rs Gerald Schmitt and Richard, son of Mr and Mrs Larry Leaneagh. Mrs Roy Burris was received into membership of the church at ;his service.

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