The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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' FOR HOOD'S RIDIKALUS DAYS, ALGONA, JUNE 14-15 SUPERVALU CHOCOLATE, WHITE, SPICE OR VANILA CAKE MIXES 4 Pkgs. $1 HUNT'S CATSUP 5 LARGE BOTTLES si ALL VARIETIES FLAVORITE HIAWATHA SLICED Dill Pickles HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 NO. 303 TALL CANS Si 00 DOLE'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 5 '»' $1 oo SUGAR POWDERED OR BROWN ONE LB. PKGS. UP, READY FOR THE PAN EACH I I GOOD VALUE SALAD PRESSING Qt. Jar 35 C LIBBY'S FRIES TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. Tins 29° BEST «i K'.'-.-y.-'^ """ ^BUYS! PURE, LEAN CENTER CUT Pork&Beans Van Camp's 300 Tall, EACH RK CH OPS *'Tfil" "• ^\ ' «•• - \'. SUPER^VAIU ';>_»_._.,». CHUNK STYLE TUN A 2 6 TINS Z * AO ( A-l ASSORTED TOILET TISSUE 12 Rons 69 1 Lb. •K STRONGHEART •i P«uH»" S *- G R 0 UNO WILSON'S CERTIFIED »,39t Dog Food 6 • 15 1 /2 oz. cans 59c HI-C HORMEL'S RANGE BRAND Thick Sliced ORANGE DRINK NEW PACK-WHOLE GOOD VALUE UNREELED APRICOTS 4 N0.2</ 2 CANS Again.This Week By Popular Request. Cut, Wrapped To Order & Sharp Frozen Morea Beef Sale Truckload of Local Beef, Processed At Govt. Inspected Plants HIND i/4-Lb. 47c - FRONT ^-Lb. 39c-'/ 2 BEEF-Lb. 41 c LARGE JUMBO SIZE WATERMELON 89c GOOD BIG RIPE ONES CALIFORNIA SHAFTER NEW POTATOES 10 ib. bag 49 FOlGJirj COFFEE 2 LB. TIN ^^W ^1^ ^^^^^^w ^P(P^^ FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE 6 OZ. JAR FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans NORTH STATE FROZEN CHICKEN-TURKEY or BEEF PIES 5 Your Choice $1 SEAMIST FROZEN LEMONADE Can JOc Daisy Brand, Neopolitan or Vanila ICE CREAM Gal. 59c ALL FLAVORS KOOL-AID 3 Pkgs. lOc REGULAR 29c SELLER CHEERIOS WHEATIES 2 Pkgs. 49c PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER VALU ALGONA WHERE YOU SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Thursday, July 13, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 28 Around Algona Mrs. J. P. Smith was hosfess to her canasta club Monday. —o— Mrs. Lenore Hlllz entertained her sewing club Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey are on a vacation trip in ern Minnesota. Mrs. Milton Dahl watt hostess to the Eight Specs card ^'club Wednesday evening. cCfca Mr. and Mrs. Tom McQraw, former Algernons now of LaFayette, Minn., visited friends hero recently. , — o— Mrs. George St. John is confined to her bed part of the time with a recurrence of -a back ailment. Mrs. Goldie Guderian spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Furncss.ot Cedar Falls. — o — Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wadlelgh of Florissant, Mo. were recent visitors of the former's father, J. J. Wadleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden are parents of an eight poun'd, ten ounce daughter born July 6 at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Akre and family of Jefferson ' City, Mo. were recent visitors here. They are former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Leighier are the parents of an eight pound, ten ounce daughter born July 6 at St. Ann hospital. Algona Presbyterian women are guests of the Lakota U.P.W. this afternoon (Thursday) at a ' Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vlnson and Jane and Peggy of Rock Rapids spent Monday here with the former's mother, Mrs. Milton Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer and Shirley, Linda and Judy and Jean Sigsbee spent Sunday at Rochester, Minn, attending a family reunion, C. B. Murtagh is being visited by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Goff, Jr. and Margaret, Jean and Melody' of Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck are ;he parents of an eight pound, ight ounce daughter born July 6 at St. Ann hospital. They have two other daughters and two sons. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Hardgrove, 'ormer Algonans now of Toledo, spent Sunday here with the latr .er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles iurdgrove. WSCS of the Methodist church s having fi morning meeting at 3 o'cloclr today, (Thursday). The program is in charge of Mrs. .ouis Kelley, Mrs. L. L. Riter and Mrs. John McGuire, —o — ?• Mrs. A. J. Eason is able to ivalk with the aid of a cane now •fter being confined to a wheel, hair for several months by a lip fracture. She expects to be able to toach again this fall. Mary Cowan spent last week t Lake Okoboji where she was jaby sitter for Ricky Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dale who were visiting at the cottage 01 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan. Becky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Devine of Rockwell City, had her tonsils out at St, Ann hospital last week. She re- uperated at the home of her [randmother, Mrs. Mary Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan had las their guests last week Mr. nd Mrs. Einar Jensen and aughters of Rochester, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wiuff, Elk Horn, and Mr. and Mrs. Svend 'edersen of Spencer. Mrs. James Frits and infant on, James Lee, left Wednesday fter a visit of several weeks lere at the parental Paul Palmr's. Mrs, Fritz is the former tfary Palmer arid she is going o Cave Junction, 9 re - to J 0 " 1 er husband who is employed or the summer as a smoke jump- r for the forest service. They iave been living at Modesto, lalif. where he has be«n attend- ng college. 0PM ClwUlwto P»y

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