DEL MONTE - 14 Oz. Bottles CATSUP 6 'or $1 'i i * 1 ___^^^__j t ^ M ^^ M g^ HH ^^^^ HM ^^ M g^^ H ^^ MH |^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MM MA BRQWKl HAMBURGER 1 2 49 GOLD MEDAL 25 Lb. Bag $1.79 POWDERED or BROWN Sugar 1 Lb. Boxes 2 for 25 2 Lb. Tin $1.23 HI-C ORANGE JUICE VAN CAMP'S PORK AND BEANS 3 49 BONDWARE 9 INCH PAPER PLATES 40 COUNT 49 NEW PACK-B-Z- PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 10 OZ. JAR 19c KINGSFORD ^ CHARCOAL BRIQUETS tfllb. Bag59c FLAV-O-RITE MIXED NUTS 14 Oz, Tin 69 DAISY BRAND « VANILA or NEOPOLITAN ICE CREAM 59 FROZEN NORTH STATE POT PIES Chicken -r Beff -* Turkey 5 : Si FROZEN'IN POLY BAGS P1AS & CARROTS FRENCH FRIES PEAS Each 39 C NO. 1, GRADE * SLICED CHIPPED BE E F Pkgs. ARMOUR'S STAR Canadian BACON 89 Lb. HORMEL'S DAIRY SLICED CHOPPED HAM Lb. 49 CENTER CUT Pork Chops Lb ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA SLICED BACON -.. - lb, 39c WILSON'S CORN KING HAM S .j; Lb, $348 GOV'T. GRADED U.S.D.A. CHOICE Beef Quarters CUT,' WRAPPED & SHARP FROZEN, NO EXTRA CHARGE lb., 49c M « BEEF-Lb: 44c VINE RIPENED ARIZONA Canteloupe 2 f* 59 SUN KIST LEMONS 1 Doz. 49 C LARGE STALKS PASCAL CELERY Each 9 WATERMELONS 89' Large, Red, Ripe Texas Melons Each Potatoes CALIF, SHAFTER, NEW LONG WHITE 10 lb. bag 49 ScotTissue 2 a 05, Rolls JL*J ( SCOTTIES 400 COUNT CLEANSING TISSUE 4 Packages Asst. Colors SCOTT'S CUT RITE WAX, PAPER 125 Ft. Roll - 25c SCOT TOWELS 2 Rolls 39c SCOT - PACKAGE OF 60 FAMILY NAPKINS 2 For 29c ALL FLAVORS KOOL AID 3 Pkgs. I0c PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING mm ^r AW50NA SUPER VAUI Thursday, June 8, 1061 Bancroft Girl Engaged To Whittemore Man Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monke announce the engage-^ merit and coming marriage of their daughter Alice Jean, R. N., to Victor Hansen, Chicago, son of Mi-, and Mrs. Ben Hansea of Whittemore. ..-'. • The wedding ceremony will be. performed July llth in St. John's Catholic. Church, Bancroft. Miss Menke is a graduate of St. Joseph's school of nursing, Sioux City and is employed at.. PasSavent Hospital, Chicago. Kr. Hansen is employed by American Airlines. i SAl^onaFBLA Girls Will Go To Washington Judy Naylor, Sharon Burtk and Carol Markbvetz, members of the local chapter of Future Business Leaders of , America, wili represent Algona at the National Convention to be- held,,..in- Washington, D. C. June 11-13. They will join the rest .of the 'Iowa group iat Iowa State Teachers College June 9 and travel to Washington by chartered bus. The three convention days will be spent participating in contests, discussions about FBLA projects and election of national officers. Judy Naylor will be one of the three-member spelling team from Iowa. The group will also be taken on a tour of the capital. Following the convention, the bus will return to Iowa via New York City, Niagara Falls, Detroili and Chicago. Money was earned by the'FBLA club at a recent car wash to help pay expenses of two of our delegates. Varied Program For Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Club unit 2 met Thursday, May 18. Kathleen ' Beeson wds hostess. There was a talk on table etiquette by Janice Thul and Kathleen Platho. Georgia Thul and Rosa Lee Illg showed how to make fudge and peanut brittle. Kathleen Plalhe gave a demonstration on cookies. Mary Sue Zeimet and Sandy O'Brien gave a demonstration on frosting and doc-orating a cake. Sandy O'Brien gavo a demonstration on the proper way to fold bread. A talk on the foods and customs of Spain, Mexico and Italy was given by Sandy O'Brien, Mary Sue Zeimet, Jeanne McKeown, Rosa Lee Illg and Mai-ion Kohlaas. Hostesses next month will be Georgia and Janice Thul. . Builds Addition Construction of a new 24'x27' addition to the office of Dr. John M. Schutter on North Dodge street here was begun recently. It will take several months to complete the addition, which is being attached to the south end of the present building. Ready- Mix Concrete and Lumber Co. is in charge of the project. FLIERS The Barker airport at Brut recently helped a pilot in distress. A plane was caught in high winds and stormy weather over Britt. The pilot located the Barker airport and managed to maku a landing, almost digging one wing into the strip. Local flyers rushed to the strip and steadied the plane as it taxied to a tie- down. One of the passengers was an 80-year-old man who was on a stretcher. He was taken to the hospital there. Americans bought more new books last year than were owned by all mankind before the 20th century. Book publishers spent nearly $10 million in newspaper advertising in 1958 to whet the literary appetites of the public.
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