The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 9
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Can $3.98 • J I A WJHOLE- 1 FREEZER FULL OF i. ; '.:,;.! i t i .'<•;.:. i • • . , HpV \ \ HHI ••• • ' CUT AND WRAPPED TO YOUR ORDER AT NO EXTRA ' • : ' I ' CHARGE - SELECT YOUR OWN FROM OUR COOLERS HINDQUARTERS Lb. 45c & 49c FRONT QUARTERS Lb. 39c & (k U. S. CHOICE-Well Trimmed BEEF ROASTS 49c M Pick Up Your Back Issues — Fu nk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia || PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING HOOD ALGONA SUPER VALU 1 Thursday, April 27, 1961 Around Algona Mr and Mrs Russell Renli and family spent Sunday at Swca City with Mr and Mrs Ervin Heiden- vvith. ' —o— John Pratt went back to the sevcnith grade Friday 'after a two week's absence because of pneumonia. He is ithe son of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. —o— Mrs Clem Cavanaugh was at Fort Dodge Sunday of.Jast week to help Bridget Cavanaugh celebrate her 93rd birthday* She also visited at the Morris C.ulleri home for a few days. • j —o— Mrs Al Buchanan/ .Mrs Russ Buchanan, Mrs Ted Herbst, Mrs Roland Ostwald, Mrs James Kolp, Mrs Nat Bangs and Barbara. Haggard were hostesses at a luncheon Tuesday at the Allgona Country Cltib. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were visited Saturday by the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ver-n Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pratt of West Union, and Mrs Clarence Tatro, Clermont. —o— Mrs. L. S. Young, rural Algona, was recently awarded an Imported Bulgarian wool blanket as first prize in 'the kitchen division of a household hinit contest, sponsored by Lindsay Soft Water of Algona. The Order of Eastern Star will have a stalled meeting Tuesday evening at 8. The committee is Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Joyce Hayden, Bess Hopkins and Mrs. Marie Hawcott. Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church mat Monday evening for'dinner and a, program. Mrs. Grace> f Di«kman gave devo- itiops; Joyce Hayden, the lesson and Lennia • Hiserodt was in charge of the sociail time. ' • . r, • '— °— ' '' •"• Three carloads of Algona ladies wenit to Waterlbo Tuesday to Attend North Cenltratl Presbyiterial meeting. Presbytery met the same _ day at Waterloo and Glenn Jones and Rev. Myron Brower were delegates from the locail church. > —6— , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz received word that a son had been born to .the former's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Warren Rentz at Stuiigis,' Mich- He has been named Mark Todd and is the third boy in 'the family. Warren Rentz is formerly from Burt. —o— The annual 6ih district meeting of Algona Garden Club will be held April 27 at (the Congregational church at Clarion. Registration will start at 9 a.m. The club will hold a plant sale April 28 at Kossu'th Motors and the May Breakfast will be May 1 at Good Hope church. —o— Mrs Irwin Malueg gave a surprise birthday party Thursday evening for her daughter, Jean Marie, who was 13. Guests were Joy Meyer, Linda Meehlhause, Rachel McNeil 1 !, Helen Skow, Barbara Wicks, Gail Fitzpatrkk, Sherry Nelson, Kitty Hardgrove and Kathy Hatch. —o— Mrs Casey Loss returned Friday from Des Moines where she spent two weeks with her husband who s Kossuth courtly representative n the legislature. Mrs Loss pour- 2d at a Ladies Legislative League ,ea in the governors' mansion April 19 and was hpnoree at a birthday parly for dinner and a performance of "Flower Drum 3ong" April 20. —o— George (Mickey) Baluff. Jr. was admitted ito the Senior Academy of Science Saturday, April 15 at Simpson college, Indianola. ieoreg and hLs science ^instructor _t Algona Community high schopl Joe Collier, atlended the Iowa Academy of Science Friday and Satin-day and George presented maps he had made last summer in the field biology class taught by Mr. Collier. —o— Alice Kresensky. daughter pf Mrs A. E. Kresensky, will receive ler master's degree from Uruion. Theological Seminary in New- York City soon. She Is considering an invitation to serve .the Presbyterian church in India under the church's sponsorship of the New Frontiers Program. Her sister, Ardis, has a position with the board of publications of the Episcopal church, also in New York ity. BADGER Paul Kellerhals who farms west of Tipton recently caught a badger. Badgers are comparatively •are in Cedar County.

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