The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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df History and Dee Moin«jft 10, Iowa GOLDEN BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA . NO. 7 01)1 SALE THIS WEEK HAPPY HOST BEANS PORK & BEANS - RED KIDNEY BEANS OR RED ^ BEANS . .... . .... YOUR CHOICE No. 300 Can... DEL MONTE CATSUP Large Bottles VAN CAMP'S Pork-Beans LIBBY'S 46 OZ. CANS CANS DWAN — Dark, In Heavy Syrup No. 303 Cans HUNT'S No. 300 Cans GEISHA MANDARIN ORANGES 11 QZ. Tins HAPPY HOST - CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN FREE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE To Be Given Away November 4 GOOD VALUE BARTLETT PEAR HALVES HAPPY HOST NO. 303 CANS CANS HAPPY HOST NO. 303 CANS TOMATO U. S. CHOICE - WELL TRIMMED aos CRUSHED, CHUNK, OR TIPJT,-~MIX:GRvMATCH - DOtPS^;-U^ PINEAPPLE R » No. 211 Cans MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 16 Ox. Tins 2 For 29c FLAVORITE CHOC. CHIPS 11 Oz. Pkg. 29c DEL MONTE 46 Oi. Tin PINEAPPLE JUICE - 29c FESTAL, CUT, No. 300 Cans ASPARAGUS ... 4For$1 SUPER VALU - 6Vi Oz. Cans CHUNK TUNA 4 For $1 CUT UP, READY FOR PAN SPRING FRIES Each 59° WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON Lb. 49° STOKELY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans $1.00 STOKELY'S FROZEN 8 INCH PIES TOM TURKEYS 20 TO 24 LBS. APPLE - CHERRY OR PEACH YOUR CHOICE - STEAK, HAM, TURKEY, BEEF or CHICKEN - NORTH STATE Frozen Dinners Each 39 CAMPFIRE RING BOLOGNA Rings COLBY'S LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. 49 C GOLDEN YELLOW D A li A Hi A u 2 Lbs. 25 C U. S. NO. 1 Idaho Russets 10 Ib. bag 49 iBj 1MB ^f ^PWBBBB ^jfml.miiJMf mtmmB •• MUiBiflNP NO, 1 WEALTHY Bu. Box $2,19 M Box $119 S Ik. Bag 39c NO. 1 JONATHAN Bu, Box-$1,49 U. S. CHOICE - CUT, WRAPPED & SHARP FROZEN Hind Quarters" SELECT YOUR OWN - NO CHARGE FOR FREEZER PREPARATION PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ,- USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER VALU ALGONA Thursday, October 19, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 42 Around Algona Mrs. Ernie Godfredson was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of, Mrs. Elizabeth Post. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with r. and Mrs. Ray Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis have moved into their newly* purchased home at 1020 S. Minn. St. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bernar* do are parents of a seven pound son, born Oct. 12 at St. Ann hos^ pltal. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Larson and three children of Clear Lake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Oberweilez and daughter, Tana, former Al- gormns now of Bedford, spent the weekend here. : Mrs. Milton Dahl and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley of Swaledale spent the weekend with -the* sister-in-law, Mrs. Paul Laidley at Laurens. Jack Vipond, freshman at tht State University of Iowa, Iowa City, spent .the weekend hera with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vipond. Mrs. Tom Putney has been chosen Mother-of-the-Month for October by members of. ihe Presbyterian Thursday ;Nita Youth Club. ] . Mrs. Rqgcoe Mawdsley. Mis. Luella Baker |r Mrs. Rhoda Bonar and?;Mrs. H. Wl PJetch iwere hosts at a brunch-bridge Tuesday at Van's Cafe, The slaff party of Rebekah lodge was held ^Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Hattie Schmidt. Mrs. Viva Hoover and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen plan to go to Hampton for the high school football game Friday and then on to Iowa City for Homecoming at the State .University. Mrs. Bob Sigsbee took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bruellman of West Bend, to Iowa City Tuesday where Mr. Bruellman had a check-up at Oakdale hospital. — —W • The class of seventh graders of the Presbyterian Sunday School will have a hayride Friday evening, following which they will go to the home of their ';eacher, Mrs. Myron Brower for •efreshments. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt had as their weekend guests their on Jim and Ann Senti of Denmark, students at State College f Iowa, Cedar Falls, and Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Edelen and fam- ly of Indianola. Men's Forum of the Congrega- ional church had its first meet ng of the fall season Tuesday vening. Walter Siemens was In harge and the speaker was Rev. Francis Burr, pastor of the Congregational church at Humboldt. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Miles Jonothan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Miller; Richard John, son of Mr. and Mi's. Edward L. Long; and Pamela Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Grant. The Couples Club of the First Lutheran church had a pot luck dinner and program Sunday evening. The committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rasmussen and Mr. and Mrs Ray Gilbert. Methodist Youth Fellowship members attending a rally at Ruthven Sunday were Bill Bartn lett, John Schutter, Jr., Jim Par, sons, Qarry Graham, Linda Parsons, liVonne Saiter, Ann Wilson, Vfcki Steil, Barbara Kuch- enreuther, Pat Reilly, and Jean Christiansen. Plum Cre«k Woman's ClujJi had a short memorial service lor Mrs. Ella Bode at their luncheon meeting Oct. II at Van's Cafe. Mrs. Bode was a charter member of the club and helped to organize it 50 years ago. Mrs. IJean fergenson and Mrs. Claude Seeley gays the program.

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