The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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GOLDEN BOOKS ENCYCLOPEDIA NO, 6 ON SALE THIS WEEK , . SHOP HOOD'S... QUALITY FOODS It FAIR PRICES ^ ^ ' >.FINE GRANULATED New PUFFS HORMEL'S CH NO. 300 TALL CANS BUTTER KERNEL CORN or PEAS 89° NO. 303 TINS U Assorted Colors 400 Count Box BOXES NESTLE'S Chocolate Chips 39 12 OZ. PKG. HI-C ORANGE DRINK 3 46 o TINS KRAFT GIANT TIDI STALEY'S Waffle Syrup 43 1 QT. JAR SUPER VALU BRAND SALT PLAIN OR IODIZED 26 OZ. PKG. CARNATION MILK 6 TALL CANS ASSORTED Flav-o-rite Cookies 4 Si. I I •••jMHff^B»iHB3^"*ff^.W'l.'Bi-"«- "J 1 -' "•"-".•-••- ».*.^-. -.=-«-— .s .-...,,.^ - - •-'^^-'-•_ - - ' j_ . ^^^ ^^ FROZEN FOODS NORTH STATi Strawberries 5 Pkgs. $fj ** . ^m w SNO-CROP ORANGE JUICE LARGE 12 OZ, TIN MAKES 48 OZ, 500 - WHILE THEY LAST CUT UP -*- READV FOR THE 18 TO 25 IBS. Lb. M • H J Spring Fr 29 59 U. S. CHOICE •^m • w« -^» • -^^ " •^•w y Club Steak Lb. 100% PURE LEAN PILLSBURY Buttermilk Biscuits 3 : 25 Q U. S. CHO ICE BEEF It. 49c NO CHARGE FOR CUTTING, WRAPPING OR FREEZING ! »p<\/lr~**Vlr-^^ IPflES WEALTHY BU. $2.49 WEALTHY BOX $1.29 WEALTHY ... 5 LB. BAG 39c JONATHAN BOX $1.69 Texas Carrots 2 CELLO BAGS Acorn Squash 2 For 19 1 NO. 1 RED Pontiac Potatoes 25 Lbs - 79 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY-. USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPERVALU ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1961 ALGONA Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Ronwick with Mr and Mrs Harold Oxley. Mrs Mary Brower 6! Geneva spent the weekend here with Rev. and Mrs Myron Brower. Dr. and Mrs P. Dorweiler spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Harry Dorweiler. Mrs Mary Olson and Mr and Mrs Charles Deibler spent Sunday at Windom, Minn, with relatives. . . . • . —o— „• ! •; 'Mr and Mrs Craig Vlnson of Rock Rapids were callers here Monday at the home of Mrs MiU ton tfahl. :•'' —o— • .'• • Melvin Christensen returned lome Saturday after spending weeks at Park hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Marlin MeehL hause had as their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Donald Friek of Hartley. —o—i United Presbyterian Women are having their general meeting today (Thursday) Instead of next week as originally scheduled.'" - Mr and Mrs Lewis Bishop had as,their guests over the week* end the former's parents,.Mr and Mrs Lewis Bishop, Sr., West Union. Couple's Club of the Congregational church met Wednesday evening. Carolyn Plott/ exchange student to Germany, was speakei'. Joyce Huenhold, student nurse at St. Luke's Presbyterian hospital in Chicago, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold. Plum Creek Woman's Club had a luncheon'Wednesday at Van's Cafe. Mrs Dean Jergenson gave .thes,,: opening nurnber.,.,. and Mrs ~' ' ~ : ley, ;th«j prbgram. '.- ,arid | Mrs Clifford Ethering Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy went to Minneapolis Friday where they were called by the illness of A sister of Mrs Hardy. j» _0— / Mr tand Mrs Kenneth Hack* barth pre parents of on 8 pound, 11, ouncfe daughter born Oct. i at St. Ann hospital. — o— ' •• Mr and Mrs Arnold Hill hart moved to 516 S. .Thorington to the home they purchased frortJ Mrs L. J.' Reid. Mrs Reid has moved to Cowan Court. —0— ... '••' :' Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson brought a baby daughter, Debra Sue, home to live with them Oct. 30. They also have a son* Kevin, !%• year old, ... . Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were John Adolph, son of Mr and Mrs James Michael Bleich, and Shawn David,, son of Dr. and Mrs Joseph Rooney. Men's . Council of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday evening for dinner at the church. Willis Cplwell is chairman of the committee in charge with Keith Strayer and Fred .Pannkuk. Bel Canto music club met Wednesday afternoon at the Tome of Mrs Eugene McMahon. Mrs Myron Brower was co-hostess and Mrs Eugene McMahon; and Mrs Joe Bradley were in charge of the program. Chorus practice followed. Couples Club of the Method* ist chUrch met Sunday evening. Chet Schoby was guest speaker. The committee' in charge was Mr . and Mrs JoHn Diekmann, Mr and Mrs Larry Johnson, Mr and Mrs Larry Christiansen and Mr and Mrs Clinton Godden. XI -,-Xi Exemplar! chapter of. Beta Sigma Phi met .Oct. 3 at the home of Mrs Harley' Haas, .Mrs LeRoy Nelson and 'Mrs Gene Faulstieh gave the lessons. The. chapter'iwiU thaye^a inodel me^t-i ing iwifh^ifclpha . Psl chapter Tuesday, Oct.! 17, at the hqmefof Mrs Gerald Haas. Mrs Lyle- Ander- eir son,' JaSon, student aF lows .State University at Ames, anic Nancy Swanson of Arnolds Park . New officers, for the. Methodist Intermediate Youth Fellowship have been elected. Phil Taylor Is president; Cheri Boeckholt, vice- president; Gary Barr, secretary; and Gail Bartholomew, treasurer. Mrs R. M. Thoreson was in Chicago last week 'as official delegate of the local League of Women Voters at a conference call by the Overseas Education Fund of. the League, held Oct. 4 at the LaSalle Hotel. Debbie Cook was ten years old on Monday and her mother, Mrs George Cook, gave a party in observance of the event. Guests were Kathy Wibben, Edith Ruark, Cindy Herron, Judy Sigsbee, Luanne Holt and Linda Allen. chapter. ' Margaret Durant was : honored at a recent meeting o£; Iowa Chaparral" Poets, at Grinne'll. The recognition came for Mlss'<pur- ant's 20 years of service; in". the Iowa division of Midwest Chap«. arral Poets. She organised the Iowa division, was state regenV- for several years and is now regibnal .treasurer for the Midwest Chapparal magazine. Carol Sloniker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Miles Sloniker, was honoree at a party Fiday evening in observance of her 12th birthday. Eleven guests had:, dinner at the Johnson House .and later attended the football game. A notable feature of the dinner was that, although the guests could choose anything they wanted from the menu, not a single hamburger was ordered. , V HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, JOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTgR PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY

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