The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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wikENB > <is ctosib MONDAY, LABOK • - . » ',.:'..'• x - " •' :..-•• • . - ••..'•--...-•-'- , • j. • _!. j. .-.•..* • . CUBED, BONELESS STiW BACK-TO-SCHOOL ... FL AVORITE Cookies ALL VARIETIES SEPTEMBER 4 ARM&UR^S STAR; CHOICl;^-|||f >$]• tffl . M««te»Kiw«r ,-*soa»-- _ v ^ v;^JSfi .•••'•. • BEiF ROASf-39 Round Bone, Arm Cuts WHOLE BEEF 0 Has Shank & Ribs Removed, Cur and Wrapped to Order at No Extra Charge. , POUND A LABOR Extra Lean Ground Beef Lb. 45 CENTER CUf SLICES FRYrNG HAM 69 ALL MEAT 45 Cut Up And Ready For Pan f HAM IALAD 12 Oz. Pkg. 39 ALL MEAT SLICED LjARGI BOLOGNA DEBBIE'S DETERGENT 49 Full Quart CHARMIN NAPKINS 10 60 Count Package GOOD VALU - NEW PACK APRICOTS 25 No. 21/2 Tins DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 19 No. 303 Cans SEA MIST FROZEN .........I..... CAN C LEMONADE 10 DAISY BRAND - CHOICE OF 4 FLAVOR? ICECREAM 'A gaL 59 c A Few Cans of Frozen RED CHERRIES $449 Close Out — First Come, First Served LAST LOAD OF YEAR - WHILE THEY LAST WATERMELONS 25 LB. AVERAGE 69 SEEDLESS GRAPES LB. 19c LARGE Cantaloupe 4?$1 FRESH, CRISP HEADS f LETTUCE JUMBO size 19 DEL MONTE PEARS 2 No. 303 Cans 49 c MANDARIN 11 Oz. Tins <*•••-•«**--• ""OHr—<&""•'""""*• »n urmuet m ^ m ORANGES 5 For HI-C range Drink 25 46 Oz. Tins C NEW PACK - CAMPBELL'S •• ft Tomato Soup IU . .". • '•.,• !'" . I ,'i " :^^ c DEL MONTE OCEAN SPRAY STRAINED OR WHOLE CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 16 Oz. Tins 45' MORTON HOUSE - OVEN BAKED PORK & BEANS 2 16 Oz. Cans KRAFT Jet Puffed -10 Oz. Cello Bag MARSHMALLOWS 19 C FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 LB. Tin HIAWATHA, HAMBURGER SLICED Dill Pickles Fun Qt. 29 C GRAND!* THROWN, RfFRIGiRATOR JAR STUFFED OLIVES 39 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING DUD ALGONA WHilf YOU SHOP IN AIR-CONPITIONiD COMFORT SUPER VALU III Thursday, Augutt 31, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 35 Two St. Joe Residents Hurt In Accidents St. Joe — Kenneth Erpelding fractured his collarbone Sunday while playing ball. Kenneth and his brother Dick collided whild running for a fly ball. He was taken to St. Ann hospital in Algona where- he was given medical atenUon and released. Kenneth, 13, will be an 8th grade student in St. Joseph's school this year. •'.; Beatrice Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormanni had the misfortune to jab a needle, which was in a nig, in her foot. Part of the needle broke off in her foot and she required medical attention. Shower Honoree • Betty Dorweiler of Fenton was honored at a prc-nuptial shower in the VFW hall in Algona Sun* day,, with relatives and friends from here attending. Miss Dorweiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler of Fenton, will be the bride of Richard .(Pat) Von Bank, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Von Bank of St. Joe Saturday, Sept. 5, in St. Maryfa church, Armstrong. • Beef Barbecue ' • . The beef barbecue, sponsored .by the local Knights of Columbus, will be held Thursday, Aug. 31 at the club room and ground? here in- St. Joe, with serving from 6 to 10 o'clock, Cooking committee will be Al Lenerts; Francis Erpelding, Tony Becker, Ray Thilges, Ralph Bormann, Richard "Thul, Alfred .Boding, RichardviKohlhafls, John Capesius, Bob Lenertz, Norbert, Friders and Sylvester Wagner. , Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGulre are parents of a daughter born in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire are paternal grandparents. Donald Hilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hilbert, returned home Saturday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a medical patient since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch from Camerillo, Cal. left on Monday after a visit here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Kinsch is a sister of Nicholas and Tony Weydert from here and Math Weydert of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kinsch from Orange City spent tha weekend here in the Tony Weydert home. Harold is the son o{ Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch. Tha Kinschs formerly lived near Algona before leaving for California seven years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gappa and family from Ayrshire were visitors here Sunday at the home of Mrs. Gappa's mother, Mrs. Maggie Thilges and sons. Mrs. Edwin Thilges entertained her 500 club Thursday evening with Mrs. Shirley Doty, Mrs. Henry Thilges and Mrs. Albert Thilges as guests. Prices were received by Mrs. Leonarq McGuire, Mrs. Peter Heding and Mrs. Bob Bormann. Mrs. Clete Salz entertains the club Sept. 28. Rosalee Illg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Art Illg, observed her 14th birthday Aug. 27 with a party in observance of the occa- sioa Mrs. Ed McGuire assisted Rosalee's mother with the lunch. Attending the courtesy were Sandy O'Brien, Mary Sue Zeimet, Kristine Plathe, Helen Berte, Sharon Reding, Mary Lu Wagner, Barbara Thilges, Florence McGuire, Charlene Thilges, Marion Kohlhaas <and D e b r a McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Platha and family returned home Friday from a trip through Minn, and also a visit with relatives at Marquis and Mope Jaw, Sask. Canada. Two-thirds of all traffic deaths occur at night, although only one-third of the driving is done at that time. SPECIAL FOR SEPTEMBER STEAKS Char-Broiled-Fried THURS.-FRI.-SAT. We specielue iq reception* , Weddmgt • Anniversaries Vto Charge lor Club I Mood. «? Tue>. for Private Parties. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn.

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