The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
Page 9
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FLEISCHMAN'S GOLDEN CORN OIL Margarine MUSSELMAN'S SAUCE ARMOUR'S STAR BONELESS, ROLLED || HAMSi- No. 303 Tin HAPPY HOST 2 NO. 303 PILLSBURY'S WHITE ANGEL FOOD CAKE SIDE PORK LB. 39c FRESH PORK HOCKS Lb. 29c SPARE RIBS Ik. Be LEAN, MEATY PORK STEAK Lb. 49c ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA SLICED BACON ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED SALAMI LARGE PACKAGE ! /'.« ,.'fr 39c CUT, WRAPPED & SHARP FR OZEN AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ^ ^ ARMOUR'S Treet (4e Off Label) can 39 c HAPPY HOST Tomato Juice 46 Oz. Cans 25 C ROSEDALE WHOLE Unpeeled Apricots 3 No. 2'/ 2 Tins BOND'S SWEET -v -- r .,-f > *•*• ii-^iW --' Quart Jar 3 C CAL FAME DRINKS ORANGE DRINK PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE-ORANGE 46 Oz. Tins . SUGAR 89 BUTTERNUT Coffee 2 29 U. S. NO. 1 - CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE Potatoes 10 ife. LARGE TEXAS RED, RIPE Watermelons (Truckload To Arrive Thursday Evening) LARGE, VINE RIPE Canteloupe 2 For VINE RIPENED . Tomatoes ib. ]9c LAST CAM, FOR^ INCYCLOPgplAS DEMONSTRATION - FREE SAMPLES - Friday & Saturday Carnation Drink 2 Gal. 3 9 ( LEMON - ORANGE OR GRAPE DRINK SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE Can lOc STOKELY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans $1 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALLS 2 Oz, Tins 39 ALGONA o ^ _• ;"& <* • #4. ••' n Thursday, June 1, 1961 VOL 98 - NO. 22 David Kohl Of Aigona To Join Procter-Gamble David Kohl David Kohl, son of Mr. and VTrs. Ira Kohl, Aigona, received his bachelor of science in chemical engineering degree during commencement exercises held ato Iowa State University, Ames, May 27. David is affiliated with Delta Sigma Chi social fraternity and s a 1957 graduate of Aigona highl school. He will join the Procter ind Gamble Manufacturing Co. n Kansas City, Kans., Juno 12 where he will serve on the man* ufacturing management staff. (UDM Engraving) WESSON OIL Qt. 59c PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING AIGONA SUPER VALU ?"ainily Picnic ' .' • . • A family picnic -was held M,e- morial Day. at the. Ambrose Gall State Park. In attendance wera Messrs. " and ;Mesdames Foiest Bifibsa^opn.-^Britt,,. Bob " Reibsa- men, Lu Verne, Forest Wnlis, Floyd Reibsamen, Titohka, Richard Furst, Humboldt, Glen Reib- samen and Ned, Marshalltown, Clarence Turner, Rockwell Gity, Clarence Cunningham, Elrrforc^ Raymond Kaegel, Logan Kaegel, Rokmd Shaw, Minneapolis, Mrs. Elsie Hart, Willeston, N. D., Ed Winkle; Perry, John. Cunningham, Titonka, Archie Cunningham, Des Moines, Bernice Bob- inhouse, Denison, Mrs. Ethel Woolridge, Mrs. Dorothy Shatto and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holmes, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst, Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno Furst and the respective families. Betty Holt, 15 Betty Holt entertained at a slumber party Friday evening in celebration of her fifteenth birlh-j day and has as guests Marilyn Black, Barbara Kuchenreuther, Vtary Miller, Kay Moulton, Judy Wunger, Nancy Muckey, Joan Post, Kendra Seeley, Mary Ann Sigsbce, Dellhea Shierk and Saly Steele. Lynn Buchanan, 9 Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan, gave a picnic aturday in celebration of her ninth birthday. Sixteen little ,'irls were her guests and the pie.* nic was held in the Ambrose Call State Park. ionor Daughter Mr, and Mrs. Glen Harms aN ended the open house held by VIr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien unday evening at St. Joe foN owing the graduation of their laughter, Mary Alma. chedule Changed Rev. J. R. Fountain 'announces a change in lime for services at r irst Baptist church for the summer months as follows: Sunday "ichool, 9 a.m. and Morning Wor- hip, 10 a.MI. Sranddaughler, 7 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller were inner guests Friday of Mr. and vlrs. Bill Fuller at Fort Dodge. 'he seventh birthday of the aughter, Christa, was being celebrated. Open House Held Mrs. Imelda Engesser held open house Sunday evening following graduation of her son Dan from Garrigan school. Thirty guests were in attendance. Honor Mothers The annual Mother's Day Tea was held at the Plum Creek Community Center on May 13. The club will be represented at the State Convention by Joan Ward, and at District Camp by Jean Mischer and Susan Bode. The next meeting will be held on June 10, at the home of Jean Mescher. IF ITS NEWS, WE WANT JT

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