The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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noun* FINE FOODS . ..*,... . . . .FAIR PRICES S> t ^JS>Nr*\-'W<>kjKX/*U'O ROBIN APRICOT, BLACKBERRY, PEACH, RED PLUM, RED RASPBERRY, STRAW- OR GRAPE JAM 10 OZ. BETTY CROCKER BROWNIE NIX 16 OZ. PACKAGE 1C DOLE'S CRUSHED OR CHUNK < PMIEAPPLE 14!/2 OZ. : TINS 1 ' A ' 9c -"'•z&-,J'iJ« 41 E". " AIT&S& PUMPKIN ..:.......!Forge PILLSBURY'S ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX ' " ' 3 Package 39° 101/20Z. PKG. 12OZ. PKG. 2 For 49 SUPEJl VALU —'Devil's Food,, Spice, White, Yellow 1# P Z - pk<^s. now '1 BANQUET BRAND - In Heavy Syrup Bartlett $ 1 HILAND POTATO CHIPS lAROl TWIN ^^P ^^jfO^ CHARMIN TO 11 IT TISSUE PKG, AIL KINDS FLAVORITE COOKIES fPKGS. J1 NO. 4 - GOLDEN BQPK ENCYCLOPEDIA i j t j >!' DUNCAN HINE£ - lOe 6FF ALL FLAVORS PKGS. REG. 55c PACKAGE HOME DRESSED DIAMOND MANDARIN ORANGES 11 OZ. TINS ALL MEAT T RING BOLOGNA 3 Rings 89° WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON 1 U. Tray Pack 59* j i , WELL TRIMMED BEEF ( Second 1 Trucklodd Of Locally-Raised Beef I MOREA BRAND BANNER BRAND OLEO 3 "is- 59' *.y^ ii^ki'tern; * WHAT IS MOREA-FED BEEF? Beef that has been fed Morea has more marbling, tender texture and less waste fat on the outside of the beef. Less waste fat means you get more eatable meat, and results in sav- Trigs. If you haven't tried HOOD'S Morea Fed Beef . . . ask your neighbor I HIND QUARTERS. LB. 49c FRONT QUARTERS.... LB. 39c %-A BEEF LB. 44c ,. Select Your Own From Our Coolers — Cut & Wrapped To Order SNOW CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans 1.00 ALL NORTH STATE FROZEN VEGETABLES Package $ |j i i MARIGOLD - ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM .. tt Gal. MICHIGAN GROWN JONATHAN APPLES 4 Lbs. 49 MUSCATINE SWEET POTATOES 3 LBS. Me NO. 1 RED PONTIAC POTATOES 25 Lb. Bag 79° PRICES OOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY & MONDAY « USED OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPERVALU ALGONA UPPER DES ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 ' Mrs. Dean ParroJt will be hostess to her sewing club Monday evening. •— u— United Presbyterian Women will have a rummage and bake sale Friday at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller are parent? of a six pound, 11 ounce son born Sept. 20 at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond went to Fort Dodge last week to observe Yom Kippur, Jewish holiday. Mr. and Mrs. John Claude were given a housewarming party at their new home here Saturday evening. Charles Lawson and Colleen and Eileen and Wava Woodward, former Algonans now of Boone, were recent visitors here. • •i-o-'Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pereival were guests" of honor at a dinner party Friday evening at the Algona Country Club in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. • , -. — -o — • Karen Haase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase, began nurses training at Iowa Metho- dJst hospital in Des Moines the first part of Sept. She spent a recent' weekend here with, her parents. t Mrs, Dick' Meyer, Algona, Mrs. Faye Boyd, Lakota, Mrs, Dennis Triebe, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Harold Becker, ,Burt, went to Marshalltown Tuesday for a retreat! of, United Presbyterian Wo- nien presidents.' ,,.'' , r Mr. and Mrs. Warren GrSggs and .baby' of Tucson, Ariz, are here at . Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely's.,Mrs. Griggs. is the former Claudette Seely, and Mr. Griggs is "the son of former well-known Algonan, Mr. and Mrs.' Merle Griggs. The MYF ,and IYF of Ihe Methodist church had a" pot luck supper Sunday, .evening,, at 'the cjhurcfy: James Cfteenleyi a senior at Independence high school arid an- exchange student in "Fin;land jlast surnmer, was guest Pam Waller, student at S.U.I. spent the weeeknd with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. R. B. Waller here. She returned to Iowa City Sunday with Jeanie Nielsen. Rpss and her family of Cedar Rapids who had spent the weekend with the Alex Nielsens here. The Order ' of Eastern Star will have a stated meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel are chairman of the committee in charge with Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mr, and Mrs. Albin Spongberg, Mrs. Della McCullough, Joe Wadleigh and Mrs. Dorothy Clawson, Ben)i Meyer came from Monticello Sunday and was.overnight guest of hfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer, Monday; he appeared before, the ministerial' pandU dates committee 6f North Central Presbytery meetirig in tho Presbyterian church here. Judy Gerber, daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerbej gun her nursing trainy Barnabas hospital in V is. Another 1961 Al] school graduate •> not ] has be- \g at St. inneapol- ona high reviously mentioned who is away, at school is Sherry Read, daughter of Mr. aria Mrs. Chalmer Read, a Mresh- man at . Morningside College Sioufc City, •>: '' : •' , \ ' Several Algona college* students attended the Algona foot* ball game at Iowa Fall!i Friday evening. Coming front Cedar Falls were Larry Klein, Gary Rich, Sandy Hakes and Jim Pratt; Iowa City, Bill Sigsbee, David Hutchins and Denny and Pam Waller. Those from Ahiefl included Ann Smith. ' Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic' church were Susanne Marie, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mergen; Sandra Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum; Mark Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson; John Peter, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Putzstuck; arid Kim Marie, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Ken,{ Hoover. Peter Heldfs Observe 50th 1 • Here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt will observe their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, Oc^. 1, with an ope'n' house in Trinity Lutheran chMrch h^era, Tfteir, sons and daughters'will pejho!|is^r the event 'which witlj Be, firom 2 to 5 p.m. . -- •• • ' ", - tP^ter Heldf and^Mlnniejiusch, were married Oct." 4," '1911' at Muscatine an'd"Iive"d 'at Fenton, Whittemore arid Algona. Later they; lived/at Fort,; Dodg^for;, 20 years and' recently 'rettirned•-' to Algona where Mr. "Heldt. "'is custodian for the Presbyterian church. , Mr. and Mrs. Heldt are the parents of five daughters, Mrs. Leroy Ditsworth and Mrs. Eugene Minerd of Algona,. Mrs. Lester Ruby and Mrs. Frank Schlick, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Mack McMaster, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; and two sons, Walter Heldt, Se'-< attle, Wash., and Arnold Heldt, Bangor, Maine. They have 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Ns^vAA,Rp"^x ^^\\ili////^/ N s^^SB^^P^ ; •4

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