WELCOME BAND FESTIVAL MUSICIANS AND PARENTS 5 VOLUME BOOK EN- Hi! *, " -" 7' :>' ' ' ' • ' '/I'','/ " J / HUNT'!) '•«'• ' ' , ^^i^ifis^RlNl M MONTE, SLICED OR HALVES No, STURGEON BAY !! Jt i* • "- v ^ ' 1 * ' J^^^, Cherries 2 IT\". 4 f*. /IT, ft 'v ^, r t-.fH , ,. -W ' , BiHiHH , No; 2 —^-^s;-^-.',??-,. .-ft 1 * ....,a ' T. , j 'ft,, No. 303 \ HT.0, -'s^ V;;;^-''.., AH iiirr hnik|K * 46 Ok. Cans VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box 79c FLAVORITE, WHITE OR YELLOW POPCORN 2 Lb. Bag 29c DEL' MONTE PINEAP GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 46 Oz. Cans JOAN OF ARC LIGHT RED — 300 CANS KIDNEY BEANS.. 4 for 49c DEL MONTE - TALL CANS - No. 303 Size COCKTAIL......... 2 lor 69c FOLGER S COFFEE 2 LB. TIN ..... $1.19 BIG 10 OZ. JAR INSTANT . $1.19 1 MA BROWN'S STRAWBERRy OR RASPBERRY i ' PRESERVES 1 Lb. Jar DEL MONTE PUMPKIN2 No. 303 Tall Cans TROPIC-ISLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE2 N Hf4S FIRST TRUCKLOAD OF APPLES Minnesota No. 1 WEALTHY Minnesota No. 1 WEALTHY Minnesota No. 1 JONATHANS (Excellent Size For School Children) Minnesota No. 1 I JONATHANS^ Bu. $2.79 1 3 Box $1.29 Box $1.69 Minnesota No. 1 MACKINTOSH 4 Lb. Bag 49c New FRESH MINT FLAVORED 53 Me < .31 LARGE JUMBO STALK CELERY Each 19c MUSCATINE SWEET POTATOES 3 LBS. 29c NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 NORTH STATE FROZEN GRAPEFRUIT Cans $1 ALL FLAVORS MARIGOLD Ice Cream !/ 2 Gal. 89 CUP UP - READY FOR THE OVEN «U^-|^^> v ^^ _^^ Roasting Chickens IB. 23c FREE BISCUITS! TIN OF BALLARD .-flfe BISCUITS WITH PURCHASE OF HORMEL PATTIED Pork Tenderloin WILSON'S CORN KING Sliced Bacon 5& BEEF TONGUES —__ LB. 39c BEEF HEARTS _________ LB. 39c OXTAILS LB. 19c BEEF LIVER- IB. 39c FRESH PORK HOCKS ____ LB. 39c PORK FEET LB. 13c PORK BRAINS — - LB. 19c T A MALES By The Dozen With Sauce Something New! This is it I 1 DOZEN 49c WILSON'S CERTIFIED BRAUNSCHWEIGER LB. 39c Third Truckload Of Locally-Raised Beef MOREA BRAND BEEF SALE 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 savings. If you haven't tried HOQD'S Morea Fed Beef . . . ask your neighbor! HIND QUARTERS ...:.„ LB. 49c FRONT QUARTERS LB. Me A BEEF LB. Me Select Your Own From Our Coolers — Cut & Wrapped To Order The Demand For This Tender Beef Has Been Tremendous .... And There's A Reason I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY - USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKfNG SUPERVALU A IC O N A Around Algona David Allen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rezabek, Was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's. Catholic church. , Mrs. Roy Haag is expocMd home soon from Ryegate, Montana, where she has been visiting her brother. Jean Keith; freshman 8i South Dakota Stato College at Brookings, spent , the 1 weekend here With her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Kyle Keith./, ' . ' Mrs. Mable . Lee was hosiets to the Eight Slices card club Monday evening. Prizes were re« ceived by Mrs. Milton Dahl, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Mrs. John Button. Students home from State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls for the weekend included Larry Klein, Monte Haag, Sandy Hakes, Glenda Oabrielson and Carolyn Rocheleau. : , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tippin or Mason City were Sunday guests of Mrs. Tippin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen. Mrs. Tippin is the former Sheila Hansen and they were married here Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Prall of West Union were overnight guests of, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson Friday. The Hobsohs were Sunday dinner guests of MIY and Mrs. Harry Hobson ai Clarion. '' .,' . Carolyn Plott, exchange siu* dent in .Germany last .summer, was guest speaker Sunday, evening at the Presbyterian high school Yqufti Fellowship. The group is plsnhing a hayride ? tof Sunday evening.''"" t i, ** & Mti-kria MriPArtJrii! diion parents of a C pound, 15% ounce daughter''born Sept. 28 at St. Ann hospital. She has two brothers, Mark and Bruce. Mr. Olson is a junior high school teacher. Past Matrons of Eastern Star had their first fall luncheon Sept. 26 at the Masonic Temple. The committee in charge was 'Mrs. Casey Loss, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, Mrs. Clifford Benschoter and Joyce Hayden. —o— United Presbyterian Women's circles are meeting this afternoon (Thursday) as follows: Circle A, Mrs. Beecher Lane; Circle B, Mrs. Irving Miller; Circle C, Mrs. Charles Hardgrove; Circle D, Mrs. Lyle Mathes. The'' Wednesday Nile Youth Club of the Presbyterian church will have Us first meeting of tha season this evening (Thursday) at the church. The club will meet on Thursdays at 4 p.m. this year to avoid conflicting with sporta and school activities. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reilly are parents of their fifteenth child, i 6 pound, 4 ounce daughter, Wiehele Marie, born Sept. 28 at St. Ann hospital. The other child- run are Mary Beth, 17, Edward, 16, Michael, 15, Eilleen, 14, Sharon, 12, Kathy, 11, Chris, 10, Mark, 9, Matthew, 7, Bernadette, 6, Teresa, 5, Becky 3, Shawn 2, and Maureen, 1. Ruth Cirle of the Presbyterian church will meet, Oct. 10 with Mrs. Lamont Wellendorf instead of Mrs. Leon Martin as previously annouced, Mrs. Lyle Alberts and Mrs. Robert Pingle will be co-hostesses; Mrs. Don Hemmingsen will give the program and Mrs. Stanley Sorensen, devotions. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Loss, who are visiting here from Bremerton, Wash., have been honorees at several courtesies. A family dinner was held Sept 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Mike Loss. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby entertained at dinner for them Sept. 24. Other guest*,; were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ca|fo, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley end Mr. and Mrs-. Arthur Benschoter. —ofc- Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne left Sunday for an eastern trip of several weeks. They planned to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan at Westfield, N. J. Mrs. Duncan is the former Esther Free of Algona. They will spend from Oct. 12 to 15 with their son, Bill at Dartmouth at Hanover, New Hampshire and will spend some time in Boston and New York City. Dr. Bourne's mother accompanied them as far as University Heights, Ohio where she will spend the winter with Mr, and Mrs, Robert Cutler.
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