The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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COLONEL JAMES (Bull Run) SCHNEIDER ' .Ready For Action P.S. You'll Find Him, frt The Rear GOLD MEDAL 1tm*k On Living Giant Cheer ALGONA CIVIL WAR DAYS,*. ; . . . FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SE^t; 15-16 GENERAL WILLIAM J. (Cannonbctll) HOOD Heading His Troops For Civil War Days FRSSH, HOME bRESSED ROASTING CHICKENS 29c CUT UP, RE&DY FOR PAN SPRUNG F R1 E S ft' * ( . f Each • A BANG FOR A BUCK • Chbi«f4>f 1? Varieties LIBBY'S HOME RENDERED LARD 5 Lb. Pail 99c ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED BOLOGNA LB. 39c IMPERIAL LB. 39c BLUE RIBBON 5 POUNDS 89c FOR 46 Oz, CANS HUNT'S «•*• SPARE RIBS LEAN - ' MEATY ID. MUSSELMAN'S HEADQUARTERS FOR THE BEST IN BEEF PORK iHOCKS PORK HEARTS • BEEF HEARTS WHILE THEY LAST ! ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED A MS 4 APPLE SAUCE HUNT'S, HALVES OR SLICED No. 300 CANS 25 Oz. Glass- Jars No. 2V4 TINS SUPER VALU DEVIL'S FOOD, WHITE, SPICE, YELLOW LB. CAN CAKE MIXES 19 Oz. Pkgs. IN GLASS BUCKETS araschino Cherries 10 Oz. Jar 25c FLAVORITE - CREAMY or CHUNKY STYLE PEANUT BUTTER 3 Lb. Jar 99c HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE BITS Lg. Pkg. 39c T/jfjfff Bmmm?' ™^^^^^^^ ^w^^^^w ^^^^ ^^w ^w^ LARGE STALK JONATHON APPLES 4 Lb. Sack TO " iiJrS 1 •! (p'w ' 2 Of ^Br--'--" ; ''•'•'"• FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Orange Juice 6 ALL FLAVORS-MARIGOLD ICE CREAM Gai. 89 VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box 79° SPAM 120z.Tin39' FLAVORITE-WHITE or YELLOW POPCORN 2 LB. Pkg. FOIGIR'S COFFEE 2 Ib. Tin 51.25 MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM BUTTER KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL PEAS THREE SIEVE NO. 303 CANS 69 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREi PAVED PARKING DIOD SUPER VALU ALGONA WHERE YOU SKQF IN SPACIOUS COMFORT TO PLEASING MUSIC VOLUME 2 OF GOLDEN BOOK ENCY- CLOPEDIA NOW AVAILABLE Thursday, Sept. 14, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 37 Around Algona Kaihy fiay, 'daughter of'Mtrs and Mrs. Melvin Bay, will be a freshman at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, this fall."'., •'::- ". -- : - "•' ':'( Mary Jean Hood; daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Eugehfr Hood, left Thursday for her freshman year at St. Teresa's College bt ;Winona, Minn. First banns of marriage hava been announced in St. Cecelia's • Catholic church here for James Kern of Liverraore a,nd Josephine Erpelding, Algona. Marian Schade, employed for the past year and a half at Beecher Lane Appliances here, is" leaving sqon for Fort Dodge to attend junior college. Cindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hardy, 'and Shlaron, ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schneider, are leaving soon to attend Mankato College. Marian Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Si Roth, is enrolled at Mankato College in Minn, for the coming year. She formerly attended Brinrcliff C611ege at Sioux City. Among'the',1961 graduates ot Algona high, schol entering State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls are Larry Klein,' Sandy Hakes, Dave Long,' 'Carolyn Rochlean and Joyce Biebhoff. Gary Kesiing and Earl Routh, 1961 • graduates' of Algona high school, will i. attend Morningslde College^t Sioux'City this fall. Dick'Zwlefel is'another Algona student "fct the Barbara, daughter, of Mr. and Ves, Bartlett,, and Julie, Vipond,, will leave soon to,, tend Mankato State College. Both >are 1901 graduates of-Algona high school. , ' 1 Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will entertain club, members from several surrounding .towns Sunday 'evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mr. and" Mrs. Dick Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alberts are in charge. —o— Mrs. Richard Norton and daughter, Siri, are spending a few days at Marshalltown with Mrs. Norton's parents, -Mr^ and Mrs. Ned Downing. Siri will, go to Mankato, Minn. Sept. 24' to begin her sophomore year at Mankato College. Mrs. R. B. Waller took her son, Denny, to Iowa City last weekend to enter the university for his freshman year. The daughter, Pam, went a week earlier to assist in Kappa Alpha Theta sorority rush plans. She is a sophomore this fall. Mrs. John Nordstrom, former well-known Algonan now of Portland, Ore., is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, md Mrs. Martin Potratz at Whittemore, who became the parents of a 7 pound, 11 ounce son Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. VIrs. Potratz is the former Edna Teeter. Mrs. H. N. Honsbruch and her mother, Mrs. Russell Jennings, of Victor, went to Los Angeles by jlane last weekend, called by he tragic death of a nephew, Brett Cochran, 2. The boy's four year old brother found a target pistol, managed to load it, pointed it at his little brother, killing um instantly, The Couples Club of the Methodist church had their first meeting of the fall Sunday evening, a family, pot luck supper at the Call park. Mr. and Mrs, Jon Jorgenspn were chairmen of the committee in charge with Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chally, Mr, ' and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mr, md Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bishop. An artist*' theme was used fox he dinner and style show at tha Algona Country Club Monday. - vening. Mrs. Harry Greenberg was commentator, Cliff Long en- ertained with sketches and Mrs. Sverett Anderson and Mrs. Walter Siemen played the orgian. Mrs. Al Buchanan and Mrs. Al Agena were chairmen of the omnyttee in charge with Mrs, A. D. Crawford, Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mrs. Bill Larson, Mrs, Clayton Peroyal, Mrs, A. M. Quintard and Mrs. Fred WU»

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