The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 9
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r PI lllfJURY'S ARMOUR STAR, RINELESS Slab Bacon LB. CUT, UP, READY FOR PAN Spring Fries &R CHERRY pko. EACH BUTTERNUT COFFEE DRINK CHOCOLATE OR STRAWBERRY 1 LB. BOX i\ ARMOUR STAR - READY TO EAT . SHANK HALF ...u. BUTT HALF •... u. CENTER SLICES .u. SLICED, COOKED SALAMI Lb. 39" WELL TRIMMED Beef Roasts 471 U. S. CHOICE S H AR P F R O Z E N EEF Quarters HIND 44 LB.49c LB.44c •CUT AND WRAPPED AS YOU WISH - NO EXTRA CHARGE NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES OR RASPBERRIES NORTH STATE FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey PIES For 6 OZ., JAR SWAN LIQUID DETERGENT BUTTERNUT 2 IB. TIN 22 OZ. BOTTLE 49 ALL FLAVORS J 3 WILDERNESS CHEERY - RAISIN - APPLE^ - PEACH NO. 2 CANS RED DOT Potato Chips twin - pack bag WASHINGTON FOR CANNING 79 1 14 LB, LUG FROZEN CHERRIES LB. TIN 4 LIMITED WHILE 35 LAST . , , RIPE, LUSCIOUS CANTALOUPE LARGE SIZE CELLO BAG Carrots 10 49 FREE 45 R.P.M. RECORD IN EACH PACKAGE MANDALAY, CRUSHED Pineapple 10 8 OZ. TIN WHITE OR CIDER Vinegar Gal. 49c BRING YOUR OWN JUG CAL FAME Grapefruit-Pineapple Juice 4 NO. 5 TINS PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Thursday, August 24, t96t VOL. 98-NO. 34 Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Marshal ah'd Beta Kay' and Nancy, have relurried from a vocation trip to Illinois. :• M*s. Cfcalg Vinson, Psgtfy and Jnne of Rock Rapids ahd Mrs Forest Hayes of Mitchell, S. Di; spent from Tuesday throygh Thursday here with Mrs. Milton Dahl. , , Bob and John Pratt, Chuck Jergensbrt and" Mayn'ard Shack- elf ord. returned Monday from a fishing trip to '.Alexandria, Minn. They damped .out during their stay and report the fishing good —o— • • • . • Room reservations have been made for Kossuth county women wishing to attend the Little Na- ional Conference of Republican Women in Des Moines, Sept. 11 to 13. Others wishing to attend should contact Ava Simpson. Judy, ten year old daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Bob • Sigsbee, suffered ia broken collar bone while at play last week. She'is 'able to use her hands so it is .expected she will get along all- right at fifth grade at Lucia .Wallace next week. First banns of marriage ha'/a been ' published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Robert V. Gillingham, Algona and Mary Ann Eitch, Verona, Wise.; 'and Leonard , Heller, Emmetsburg and Arlene Kramer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson 'and Mr. land Mrs. Harold Schumacher, the latter of Whittemore, are vacationing this week at Harpers Ferry. --- w - • • Sandra Shumway, daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway, arrived home Thursday evening aftbr a year's study at Oxford University, Oxford, England. She will be married to Daniel Howe, Sept, 3 in St. Thoinas Episcoptu church here. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Julius, Mankato, Minn., are parents of a daughter. Grandparents- are Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christiansen of Algona. . ' •" " • ••. : - • • . MM. Howard Srsjijh , U recovering at home fromvrecenk-suf- gery at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Smith is , secretary at the Methodist church here and the office will be, closed from Aug. 21 to Sept. 4. — o— Bryon Richardson has been visited recently by his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. tuid Mrs. Max Richardson and Jake and Tom of Summit, New Jersey, and his daughter, Mrs. Ed Voigt and daughter, Derith of Houston, Texas. The Richardsons left Sunday land Mrs. Voigt, the former Meredith Richardson, is returning home today (Thursday). Eight Specs card club met with Mrs. Lester Johnson Wednesday evening. . Mrs. Cecil McQinnit was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. •, . . Mrs. Otto Schmidt will be h6s« less to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. Registration for'pupils at St. Cecelia's Academy will take play Sunday from, 2 to, 5 and from 7 to 9 in, the school auditorium. ' ' ' '~' r . Mrs. Leo Cassel and Mrs. Dafl* iel Bray are entertaining guests) for the Smith-Plummet wedding at a luncheon at the Algona Country Club today (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Klesaih are the parents of a seven pound, six ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital., They also have another daughter, Sherry. Kristy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., and Phyllis, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Fra'nJc Moulton, attended a recent session of Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Delia McCullough and Mrs. Grace Johnson entertained at dinner Sunday for Linda Smith. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. "- n •. ^ . »JP Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs, Lenpre Hlltz left Wednesday for Laramie. Wyoming to visit Mr, and Mrs. Darah Mendenhall. Mrs. Mendenhall is the forme* Lela Stewart of Algona. ThSy also plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley at Lincoln, NeBr. on the return trip. , Donna Asa was hostess to girls at supper, a slumber parly and breakfast Sunday ahd Monday. The party was in a camping trailer, the "Dreamland Special", parked at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don ' Asa'. Guests were Bonnie Kiilsholm, Jean Sigsbee, Virginia Klein. .Debby Krause and Bea Kay Marshall..•<:>>%;: ' : •- •^^w.y-'i A Hawaiian Luau will be held Saturday evening at the Algona Country Club. Mr) and' Mrs. Nat Bangs and Mr. and Mrs. : bon Ferris are \co-chairmen of ."'the committee in charge with 'Mr; arid Mrs. Dale Farnum, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mr. and Mrs, Andy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. ,Don Nelson, Mr. land Mrs. Lowell Smith and Mi-, and Mrs. G. W. Stillman. • u Marilyn Meyer of Chicago arrived here Monday to be maid of honor at the wedding of her cousin, Linda Smith. Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer, will arrive today (Thursday) as will Mrs. Edward Owens and Nancy of Chicago, and Mrs. Bob Corcoran and Mark iand Mary ol New York City. The women are sisters of the bride's mother, Mrs. Craig Smith. Pam Waller and Pat Cowan were hostesses, at a barbeque quipment shower for Linda Imith Tuesday evening at the t. B. Waller home. Guests were he hqnoree's mother, Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. K. S. Cowan, Mrs. Robert Pingel, Mrs. H. M. Honsbruch, Mrs. Don Smith, Jr., Sin Norton, Midge Williams, Sandra Bay, Sue and Charlene LaBarre, Ann Mikes, Marianna Steele and Marilyn Meyer of Chicago. Union 4-H The Union Boys 4-H club met at Tom Henry's Aug. 9 at 7 p.m.. Tom showed 'the boys how to- groom a baby beef for the fair. Plans for the fair were made. The two demonstration teams, Sandy Schenck and Russel Shaw in the junior group, and James Abbott and James Nitchals in the senior group, told about the county contest at Burt July 31. Lunch was served by Hansens and Schenck. Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane had as their guests recently their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pentecost and Pam of Southgate, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weibusch and Wendy and Susie of White Bear Lake, Minn. Saturday the Lanes were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foote and family of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lane is going to Delaware, la. this weekend to attend a high school reunion and plans to bring her mother, Mrs. Nellie Harvey of Manchester here for a visit. Bond Sales L. W. Nitchals, Algona, volunteer county chairman, reported that July sales of savings bonds in Kossuth county amounted to $78,541 for a seven-month total of $763,293 and 49 percent of the 1961 quota, ISU Degree John G. Fox, Livermore, received his master of vocational education at the summer commencement Aug. 19 at Iowa State University, Ames, Degrees were awarded to 155 students, John is the son of John W. Fox, Livermore. HEMS A long-time flower enthusiast, Mrs. Marie Anderson of Gowrie has almost countless varieties of Hemerocallis, including nearly 40 strains which she has developed and registered through her own hybridizing. MAGIC MARKERS, for la- bellng boxea, packages, drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moinei Publishing Co., Algona. SUPER VAUI ALGONA WHiBE. YOU IHQP IN AIR-CONDITIONIO COMFORT TRUCKLOAD ARRIVED WEDNESDAY WATERMELONS 22 to 25 LB. AVERAGE

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