The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1961 · Page 9
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BETTER HAPPY HOST CUT GREEN BEANS PEAS OR TOMATOES MIX OR MATCH 7 Cans SWAN'S DOWN OR HAWAIIAN Angel Food FOLGERS COFFEE •Jl-li. Can $1.19 HUNT'S CATSUP 14 Oz. Bottle DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE - GRAPEFRUIT ^ 46 Oz. Tins 5( ^C {• Paisbuirys V. XXXX .v PILLSBURY FLOUR 5 LB. BAG 49 c SOFT BATHROOM TISSUE - Lcls soft... like cotton 12 Rolls Assorted Colors TIDE BETTY CROCKER Cake Mix '-#$•" J* ; *i WELCH'S 32 Oz. Tins 88c BLUE GOOSE NAVEL ORANGES 2 doz. 88c FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES 2 doz. 88c PONTIAC POTATOES 25 IBS. 79c CEIERY large stalk 19c FLORIDA, INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 59c RED RIPE TOMATOES Tube 19c SOUTHERN BREAKFAST SPECIAL! FREE BISCUITS TIN PILISBURY BISCUITS WITH PURCHASE OP HORMEL UTTIS AQ t SIZUERS 4V V SAUSAGE GIANT BOX MOREA BRAND Beef Quarters Je __!L? ^ ^GOVERNMENT GRADED -U.S.D.A; CHOICE; 1 -~ .•" .i*<-' . /'^ rtft-^ ,-*«»w''.v""%* HINDS FRONT . HALF MIRRO LB. LB. LB. Properly Aged for extra Tender eating! Cut and Wrapped for Your Freezer — No Charge HOME RENDERED FOIL 67c TWIN PACK WITH FREE 50c MELTER PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK BISCUIT SPECIAL 2 Tins 19« LARD *:BG Slbs. 69c CUT UP READY FOR THE PAN Spring Frys 69c GOOD VALUE PEACHES & APRICOTS 3 size 2!6 cans 88c HERSHEY BARS ALMOND OR PLAIN 24 Bars I Vol, 20'21-22 -Funk & Wagna Us Encyclopedia This Week jj PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY —- USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING .A16QNA SUPER VALU NORTH STATE - FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 6-6 oz, cans 88c NORTH STATE - FROZEN PIES CHICKEN - TURKEY - BEEF 5 pkgs. NORTH STATE - FROZEN RASPBERRIES OR STRAWBERRIES 4 pkgs. 88c ALGONA UPPER •*->.. OESJMOINES Thursday, April 6, 1961 Offosen Couple Observes 4Sfh Anniversary Oitosen — Easter dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseths, who celebrated their forty-fifth wedding anniversary, which was March 29, were Mr and Mrs Mount Kin- selh and famjly of Algona, Mr and Mrs Jerry Kinseth and baby of Emmclsburg, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr ond Mrs Olvin Haug and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. i|ft» IPlrtonill/fr wyy I flili i»flin u 1^111 mi^iin infl|.«»'^V»'l»'VU' "<rt«".^t"il«VVMip^. u Vy.^.^t i|iiWi«.l«i^|iiilii^).>^<«»."^i M^y.« ».V>..M^V.. .MJ^V. Home For Easier College students home for Easter were Ronald Adams, Gary Schultz and Martha Usher from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls; Douglas Daniel and Donald Waechter of the State University of Iowa at Iowa City; Peter Holt, Mr and Mrs Glenn Jacobsen and Martin Malmin from Luther College 1 at Decorah; Jim Lane from Wartburg at WBA Verly; Delbert Wehrspann and Ronald Ellingson from South, Dakota State College at Brookings; 'Jerry Wehrspann from Iowa State University at Ames; Patty and Diana Struthers from Drake University at Des Moines; and Nancy Cooper, a student nurse at Mercy hospital in Dea Moines. "." • Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain left Sunday for Sacramento, Calif, -to visit relatives for two wqeks. His mother, Mrs Alice Mountain, will have surgery while they are in California. Burton Jacobson of Gilmora City, brother of Mrs Earl Olson, died of a heart attack in his car at Rutland Sunday. Mrs Edith Starin, who works at Friendship Haven in Ft. Dodge, fell in the hallway Sunday morning breaking her hip. She is a patient at Lutheran hospital. ,Mr and Mrs> Larry-Bigler o"f ;Des Moines spent, the Easter vacation with Mr and Mrs Virgil -Struthers. . ..- - *•—-... Mrs Dorothy Enge,britson went to' Omaha to spend Easter, with her sons and their families, the Leo and Earl EngebrltSbns'. Mr and Mrs James Banwart accompanied Mr and Mrs Victor Banwart to Morton, 111., the weeK end of March 26. Sunday they attended the wedding of the ladies' brother, Jacob Koehl of Hancock, Minn., to Mary Kaiser of Morton, 111. The James Banwart sons, Bradley and Blake, stayed with their grandparents, the Si*, las Banwarts. Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson of Livermore celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday. Attending from here were Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson, Mr and Mrs Carroll Olson and daughters, Mrs Jacob Ryg, Bea Ricke and Mrs Donald Usher and daughters. Rev. Paul Stevens of LuVerne will preach Sunday at the Presbyterian church. There will be . communion services, and Nicholas Jon Frohling will be baptized. This will be followed by a congregation dinner in the church parlors. Mrs W. E. Hundertmark of Ft. Dodge and Mrs Albert Thorsen visited Dr. and Mrs Ernest Lorenc and family at Springfield, Mo., from Friday until Monday, ]\Cr and Mrs Earl Long were Wednesday evening visitors at the Don Lange home at Ayrshire to make the acquaintance of the Lange's new son, Michael Scott. Mrs Ray Pentico is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Laurel Worster visited Joe Honn at Lutheran hospital Sunday evening. He is a surgical patient. Later in the evening the Worsters visited the Harlan Worsters at Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Ivan Evenson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Henriksons at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mark Fowler in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Carroll Olson and 1 family visited her mother, Mrs Earl Osborn at the hospital at Emmetsburg Friday evening. Ann Ludwig, who works in Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Kr and Mrs Clem Ludwig. Mrs Anna Longseth visited at the Harold Sundet home at Algona from Friday until Sunday ufternoon. Easter week end guests at the Sam Kropfs were Mr and Mrs Donald Wehring and family ol Des Moines who were Saturday and Sunday overnight guests. Mr and Mrs Duane Kropf and family of Atlantic were Saturday evening supper guests and the Harold Kropf family of Dakota City were Saturday supper and Easter dinner guests. Gudrun Meltvedt of Cylinder was a Sunday dinner guest at the John Vinaas home.

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