The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 9
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Lb. ••iV /,.•.;! . ' • ' • ' ™ *^ FRQNT *%f% QUARTER .... Lb. ^J^ ( V4 A BEEF '..„.-*.-. Lb. 1 ,* .,'..'•.' '• •' Cut and wrapped at no extra charge .'. Try It— Its Delicious FOR EXTRA TENDERNESS .... i Excellent for v barbeaue i ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS Lb. Pkg. SMORGASBORD ASSORTED • . ' • ; : , . . i Lunch Meats ^^J^dWfcs^^ii SLICED COOKED SALAMI 49 BEST BUYS! While They Last — SUPPLY LIMITED — First Come, First Served t Frozen Red Cherries 25 * *4 98 SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE Can 10° MARIGOLD - ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM !/2 Gal. 89 FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 Lb. Can 1*125 ALL FLAVORS KOOL AID 3 Pkgs. Iflc HIAWATHA PICKLES FULL QUARTS SWEET ..... 39c DILL 29c LARGE CALIFORNIA VINE RIPE CANTALOUPE 4 For $1 CALIFORNIA SHAFFTER POTATOES 10 ibs.49 LAST CALL FOR BING CHERRIES PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER VALU ALOONA WHERB YOU SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Thursday, July 23T, 196t VOL. 98 - NO. 30 Around Algona Mr and Mr«, hoiJlfloek 4« Va« cationing in. tidpthwjfl Minnesota. Mr and Mrs' Gordon. Scnmidi and family afe vacalionihg Irt Wisconsin. ; . • — o— . v, Guest speaker at the Presby. ter.ian. church Sunday will be Rev. I. F. Hayenga of Woden. Mrs Art Odgaard is recuperali ing ait her home here after recen* major surgery at Mason Cilty. Methodist Youth Fellowship I* having an ice-cream social on the church lawn Friday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Donald Winkel are the parents of a seven pound, one ounce son born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. — o— • Mr and Mrs Forest Twogood of Los Angeles, are visiting, the lait- ter's mother^ Mrs Mekar Haggard and sister, Barbara here. , Mrs Ella Schaltschneider wa« dismissed Saturday from, St. Ann hospital after being a medical patient there for several days. Mr and' Mrg Condol Wood arid family, former 'Algonans ntow .df Marietta, Minn,, spent Sunday here wiith friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Duane Carson had as their weekend guests the former's mother a«d husband, Mr and Mrs Robert Drewes of Iowa City. ... ; " V^ Mr and Mrs Wendell F^astel, Kalthy and Kenneth, and.Marian- no Riekem Bpenlt from Monday to Thursday of this week at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mw George Woodwatd and family,- have returned from a vacation- trip , to> Michigan. Mi senrtatlve here., . Mr and Mrs Wiliard Snusiad have returned from a itrip to'H- lin'ois. Mr Snustad also spent -a week at Beloit, Wise, attending a choral clinic. Russ Waller and son Denny. Bill Hood and son, John, and Don Smith, Jr. went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend the Twins — Indians baseball game, Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder have had as /their guests the latter's sister, Mrs Ann Paulson and son :hnis, who left Wednesday for ,heir home in Anaheim, Calif. Mrs Gene Heimer and Mrs Elgin Allen were hostesses ait a neighborhood coffee Wednesday morning ait the Setter's home. Mr and Mrs Pat Moniag axe parents of a nine ,. pound', eight ounce daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. They have another daughter, Mary and a son, Mark. Rev. Newton Coughenour is spending this week teaching at Camp Methoji at Lake Okoboji. Ann Segar, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Segar is attending tha camp. The Board of Trustees of the Mcithodist church has elected new officers. Louis Kelley is president; Dr. John M. Schutter, vice president; and Fred Diek« narm, secretary. Mr and Mrs Jim Pentecost and daughter, Pamela, are here from California for a visit at the par- ntal Beecher Lane 'and Mrs. J, W. Pentecost homes. Mrs Jim Pentecost is the former DeloreS ,ane. Mrs Twylah £ci*enz. known former resident now o( Tort Lauderdaile, Fla, is visiting 'riends here. She spent some .ime at Minneapolis and at the <enefick cottage at Lake Oko- aoji before coming here. Word has been received here of the death of Forest Hayes at Miit-. .•hell, S. Dakota after a two years llness of cancer. He was the father of- Mrs Craig Vinson and had often visited here. Besides Mrs Vinson, he is survived by his wife and a son. Alice Kresensky, daughter of Mrs A. E. Kresensky, is attending a missionary orientation course at Stony Point, N. Y. in prepara- .ion for serving in a frontier in- ernship project in Sangli, India. Alice, and her sister, Ardis of New York, plan to spend several weeks in August with their mo-> her here, MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all we*, color* — Vpjxa Pt> Pub. Co.,

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