HI-C ,; . . 46 Oz, TINS ORANGE DRINK each GRAPE DRINK each Orange-Pineapple each 29 35 35 REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOIL 25 Ft. Rolls 29c MRS. SCHMUCKER'S STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12 Oz. Jar 29 10 Lb. Bag ROBIN HOOD FLOUR . Velveeta Cheese 2 Lb. Box 79° NESTLES LARGE PACKAGE CHOCOLATE CHIPS 39c lOc Off on SWAN Pink Dishwashing Liquid, Guaranteed Longer Lasting Suds 22 OZ. SQUEEZE BOTTLE 49 Pickles Gedney Hamburger Sliced Pickles ___16 Oz. Jar ___ OR Gedney Pantry Pickles Each 1 9 c ALL VARIETIES - FLAVORITE COOKIES 4Pkgs. Olives ._-. .- vv • . Grandee Thrown Refrigerator Jar Stuffed Olives 39 Grandee Thrown Plain Queen Olives, Short Quart 49 A-l . . . COLORED OR WHITE ASSORTED TISSUEizRoiit 69 POTATOES U.S. NO. 1 LONG WHITE 10lb. bag 49' VINE RIPE RED TOMATOES LB. lie LAST CALL PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Lb. Bag W SUNKIST LEMONS DOZ, 3 9 c TEXAS, RIPE RED Watermelon Each 79° & 89° WILSON KORN KING lined HAMS —-—J—.. ^ . :.' : —: ^WILSON'S KORN KING SLlC ED BACON Ub.layer 49' Lb. Can WILL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST UK 45 C SHIP AHOY * 2 Lb $1 Box • • 39 HORMEL'S DAIRY SKINLESS JEINERS Lb. Pkg. 49c * '•''•"' ASSORTED SLICED LUNCHEON MEATS „:. Lb. 59c WILSON'S CERTIFIED BRAUNSCHWEK Ib. NO. 1 GRADE - MARIGOLD "ICE CREAM OF THE Pecan Toff ee ^ Gal. 79 ' FREE ICE CREAM CONES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 10 TO 6 P.M. NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 Pkg. SEAMIST FROZEN LEMONADE Can lOc K 0 0 L AID - all flavors - 3 pkgs 10 Bondware 9 Inch PAPER PLATES Pkg. Of 40 49 CURTISS MARSHMALLOWS lOOz. Pkg. 19 VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS NO. 300 Can 10 TRY THEM-FRESH FROM THE OVENS SUPREME COOKIES COCOANUT CHOCOLATE DROP OR PECAN SANDIES-1 Lb. Pkg. 43c NORTHERN NAPKINS Pkg. of 80 1 Qc PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY S MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING ALOONA SUPER VALU RED DOT POTATO CHIPS 49 Large Twin Pack Thursday, May 25, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 21 • LaVonne Bleich, Burt, To Wed Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Bleich of Burt have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, DaVonne Marlys, shown here, and Lt. (jg) Jcrold F. Skaggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Skaggs, Bozeman, Montana. A July wedding is planned. Miss Bleich is a graduate of the Iowa Lutheran School ol Nursing and the State University of Iowa and is currently employed at Mt. Sinai hospital, Los Angeles, Cal. Lt. Skaggs is a graduate of Montana State College and is sta'tioned on the U.S.S. Carter Hall. (UDM Engraving) * Around Algona Mrs. Paul Deltman was hostess to 'her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. . ' aiy, ,i.?fy, Mr. and Mrs. Albdii' Culler, Waterloo, were recent visitors at the Ezra Blanchard home. Mis. fat Hegarly has returned home after having surgery at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. —o— Mrs. Anna Zanke, 88, Burt suffered a slight stroke and is at Fairmont Community hospital. Her condition is satisfactory. —o— Sir! Norton, freshman at Man- kuto State College, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton. —o— Marilyn Dreesman, student ai Drake University, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post had as their weekend guests the lat> ter's mother, Mrs. Lillian White of Manilla and Mr. and Mrs. Maury White of Des Moines. Mrs. William C. Kuhn was dismissed Mny 15 from St. Ann hos« pital where she had major surgery May 8. During convalescence she will be at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carman.' —o— Mr. and Mrs. Paul James had as recent dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungatc of LuVerne. Other recent guests of the James were the Newton Scotts, former residents, now of Golmore City, —o— Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bronson and Clyde spent Sunday at Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahnehe. Mrs. Mahnche entertained in honor of Mrs. Branson's and Mr. Malmche's birthdays. , —o— Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley had MS their dinner guests recently, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winkelman, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Winkelman and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pitkin and family, all of Buffalo lenter. —o— Members of the congregation of First Presbyterian church are assisting in the moving from the old church building to the newly-completed building this week. First services will be held in the new building Sunday. Dedication will be the last Sunday in June. —o— Lisa Caroline Smith, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, born May 3, was baptized May 21 in St. Cecelia's church by Father Robert Thiele. James Hoffmann and Mrs. Richard Frideres were sponsors. Dinner guests in observance of the baptism were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frideres and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffmann and son, James. The paternal grandparents, Mr. and, Mrs. Roy Smith were afternoon, visitors.
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