The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
Page 13
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, , ri» ' »• l *,•« i SUPERVALU BURNERS SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER CREAMY OR CHUNKY 12 Or. JAR c GEISHA MANDARIN Oranges ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY •**w"X'N^^>rf'x^\>V'Nj*>^»w"V^Na'%/Vr\^*' 1 ^y%yN^'s^^/%, JIFFY, REGULAR 15c ' 11 Oz, TJN - ONLY HIAWATHA, SLICED Dili FuU Qt. Jar 29' CAKE MIXES OR Cake Frostings v - " ^>^^ ALL KINDS-YOUR CHOICE 10 FINE, GRANULATED CRYSTAL BRAND 10 - 9 3 fi! STURGEON BAY, NEW PACK CHERRIES 2 No. 2 T1ns59c REFRIGERATOR JAR STUFFED OLIVES 39- RED DOT-V TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS Twin Pack 49c ROBIN HOOD FLOUR We Regret We Ran Out — Your ISc Coupons Are-Good On Any Size Bag — New Shipment In, • ; •'.'••'• 25 Lb. Bag - $1.59 - with coupon MORTON HOUSE, OVEN BAKED 2 v 39 1 HERSHEY'S CHOC. SYRUP 2 16 OZ. Cans 3 W - VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA 6'/ 2 Oz. Tin 19 BUTTERNUT COFFEE Lb. TIN 127 NEW PACK, FALCON BRAND SEA MIST, FROZEN LEMONADE ALL FLAVORS, NO, 1 MARIGOLD 89 BLADE CUT B ftf ROAST WILSON'S CORN KING 5 5 Lb. Can *3 98 HORMEL'S DAIRY Chopped HAM Lb. 49 ARMOUR'S STAR CHOICE NEW YORK TYPE BEEF SALE CUT, WRAPPED, SHARP FROZEN - NO EXTRA CHARGE. PURE ' Ground Beef ib. 43 U. S. CHOICE SIRLOINS ib. 79 CUT UP-READY FOR PAN i Spring Fi EACH KRAFTS MARSHMALLOW BITS 2 Large Pkgs, OLD POTATOES WHILE THEY LAST 25 Lb. Bag 59 VINE RIPENED ORANGES 2 Doz. 79' CRISP, TENDER, ARIZONA CARROTS 2 Cello Pkgs, RED OR WHITE, NO. 1 POTATOES 10 - 49 LEMONS Doz. 49 IN ALGONA SHOP HIRE IN CQQL, AIR CQNPlTIQNfD COMFORT - TO MUSIC -*ANDi uiToUITOWN FREE PAVED PARKIN© LOT Thursday, June 22, 1961 Around Algona Mrs. Otlo Engsirom enlerlaln« 6d Her sewing club Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller spent the weekend at Clear Lake at a family reunion. Arnie Ricklefs went to Milwaukee Sunday for a business meeting of several days. ,'* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson are parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman left for a vacation in California where they will vsit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McVay have left oh their annual business trip of several weeks to Montana. Mary, Jo Brower .and Carol Sue Etherington spent last week at Niners Camp at Presbyterian camp'(at Lake Okoboji. Harold Dains, Mercede, Calif. left Tuesday after a ten day visit with friends here. He is a former depot agent at Hobarton. Mrs. Merle Pratt and Mrs. Mar- Ian Slgsbee went to Fairmont, Minn. Friday where Mrs. Pratt visited friends and Mrs. Sigsbee attended a newspaper conference. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Behlmer of Ames are the parents of a daughter born Monday. They also have another : girl. Mrs. Fred Behlmer of Algona is great* grandmother. Mrs. Mary Lytle and Jerri are spending this, week at the parental Robert Carneys. Mrs. Lytle 'is on vacation from her job as editor of the Journal of the Wisconsin. State Medical Society at .Madison., ' '/•: Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Brenda Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reding; Linda Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lampright; and Kirk Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buscher. ' Mrs. H. W. Stebritz has returned from Rock Palls, 111., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wilhelmi, who have a new son born June 9. He weighed B pounds, 13 ounces and has been named Kelly Charles. There is another son, Joey. Mariners' Club of the Presbyterian chuz-ch had a breakfast Sunday morning at the church. Children of the members also attended. The committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mai-shall and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel. —o— The official board of the Methodist church has elected officers for one-year terms. Don Potter is chairman, Vic Parsons, vice chairman and Mrs. Cecil Will, secretary. The commission on education of the church elected Rex Taylor, chairman, Arnold Hill, vice chairman and Leona Smith, secretary. —o— A patio party for teen-agers was held Tuesday evening at the Algona Country Club. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. William Steele, Mr. and Mrs, Chalmer Head and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt. Hostesses were Kathy Bay and Teresa Bradley and hosts, Gary Priebe, Bob Percival and Bill Bourne. —o—. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle were at Winnebago, Minn, recently visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dickinson, former Kossuth county residents. Mrs. Dickinson was a charter member of the Plum Creek Woman's Club and sent greetings for the 50th anni- berSary celebrated Wednesday. • ACORTS Air-Condition One Room This Summer DON'T SWEAT ANP SWEl- TER - See or Call Your Algona Electric Appliance Dealer Now. Algona Municipal Utilities

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