The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 15
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Dept. of Hiitory and Dee Moififift 19* I REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN FOR A DRAWING TO BE NOVEMBER 4 NOW AVAILABLE! VOLUME NO. 8 GOLDEN BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA FREE SEWING MACHINE HAPPY HOST : s PURPLE PLUMS 4 IN LIGHT SYRUP NO. 2!/2 I TINS " 1 WILDERNESS - RAISIN, PEACH APPLE or CHERRY PIE FILLING RE< BEEF SALE PRAND 4 NO. 2 CANS 1 ,',: WHAT IS MOREA-FED BEEF ? Beef that has been fed Morea has more marbling, 4 fender texture and less waste fat on the outside of the beef. Less waste fat means you 5 get more eatable meat, and results in savings. If you haven't tried HOOD'S Morea Fed - $ Beef ... ask your-neighbor I R||DS . LB.49c % BEEF...... LB. but and Wrapped and SHARP FROZEN To Order No Extra Charge VAN CAM'P - 300 SIZE Pork & Beans Can 1Q C DEL MONTE PUMPKIN No. 303 Can |Q C i PURE, LEAN GROUND BEEF 2 Ib.tin ' 1.19 3 Lbs - '1.29 MORRELL'S HAM SALE SHANK HALF .... LB. 39c BUTT HALF ...... IB. 49c CENTER SLICES ... LB. 69c FLAVORITE COOKIES 15 VARIETIES - MIX OR MATCH GIANT TIDE OR CHEER HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE COARSE GROUND RING BOLOGNA •2 Lbs. 39c 3 Rings 79c SMOKED CHIPPED BEEF 3PKGS. $1 WILSON'S CORN KING, TRAY PACK TEXY LIQUID SOAP FOR DISHES 20 OZ. Plastic 39 HI-C ORANGE JUICE 46 OZ. TINS HUNT'S PEACHES SLICED OR HALVES BACON 21/2 TIN 25 NESTLE' SEMI-SWEET 6 OZ. PKG. CHOC. MORSELS _______ 19c KRAFT MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 10!i OZ. BAGS' 2 For 49c B-Z PRESERVES YOUR CHOICE - ALL KINDS 4 Jars $ 1 ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED HANS 4 Lb. Can 298 PLUMP, MEATY, 20 TO 24 LBS. TOM TURKEYS Lb. 29 APPLES ALL NO. 1 JONATHANS v* BU. »f .69 4 Lb. Bag 39° ^(pf ^BP^ 4Or WEALTHY 5 Lb. Bag 39° FANCY SWEET POTATOES 3 29c CELLO BAG CRANBERRIES Lb. 25 X^XXXttK^^ NEW, OVAL, 400 COUNT SCOTTIES 4 Nigs- s l PILLSBURY'S BUTTERMILK Pancake Mix 4 Lb. Bag 39 DAISY - ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM '/ 2 Gal. 59 NORTH STATE FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 6 Cans $ 1 TOM THUMB FROZEN DINNERS CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS WEALTHY APPLES '3 BOX 98 TRICKS or TREATS? Candy, Cookies, Raisins, Mints, Apples, etc. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY - USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER YALU ALGONA Thursday, October 26, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 43 St Joe Man To Post Office Convention St. Jo« — Joe Sinnwell, rural mail carrier from Bode, will attend a regional post office dept. meeting in" St. Louis as a representative of National Rural Letter Carriers Association this week. Mr. Sinnwell plans ori'his return trip home to spend the weekend with his father, Jdhn Sinnwell. in Waterloo. .',",! Infants Baptized —;• Janet Marie Kirsch, infant •. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 1 Kirsch, born Oct. 10, was baptized in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Beatrice Bormann and Sam Tornabane. Patrick Arthur Illg, ' infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Illg, born Oct. 16, was b'ap- tized in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Schumacher. 'Lucille Illg and Marvin Reding were sponsors. Knights of Columbus corporate Holy Communion at the 10' o'clock mass in St. Joseph's church Oct. 29, will be followed by a breakfast in St. Joseph's school hall served . by 7th and 8th grade students. The students are sponsoring the breakfast' as a fund-raising project for. a new supply of reference books'"for school.. : Mrs. Maggie Thilges, Bernard Thilges and Clarence Smith from here and Rev.. Francis Illg from Ogden' spent Friday at Lincoln, Nebr. visiting with George Zel- lera,. a! patient in 'the hospital. '•" Darlene Plathe, daughter of MnVaild Mrs. Milford Plathe, ob' served her 10th birthday Saturday/with a party in her honor at her home. Fifteen classmate's and'* friends spent»|he afternoon playing ;garnes followed by birth- daytcake and ice cream, •Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman The St. John's choir accompanied by the sisters were at Carroll Sunday where they tooR part in the Music Festival. Mrs. Laurence Bergman entertained ten ladies at a party Friday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Cletus Dorr. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boeckholt. and daughter, Des Moines, spent the weekend here. They attended funeral services for Cindy Boeckholt and were at the Herman Boeckholt home and her parents, the Dan McGees. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fox, Bluq Earth, visited at the McGuire- Dorr home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cowing, Irene Blocker and Meredith Bergman were at Laurens Sunday where they attended the Hakes dinner. Arliss Dorr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus DOIT, fell Saturday evening at the home of a neighbor and suffered a badly sprained ankle. She was taken to a local doctor and is now walking on crutches. Mrs. Fred Eckhart entered Holy Family hospital, Esthervijle Tuesday where she underwent major surgery Wednesday. Install Officers Installation of new officers for the U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club was held Oct. 17. New officers are, president, Gretchen Deim; vice president, Kathy Bestenlehner; secretary, Maureen O'Brien; treasurer, Donna Kenyon; historian, Jackie Kinden; music, Cindy Bradley; recreation, Rose Mary Bullock; ass't. recreation, Rose Mino; health, Virginia Si? fert; photographer, Marlys Lupkes; ass't. photographer, Darla Carr; safety, Carol Smith; librarian, Cheryl Carr; reporter, Jean Abbott. New members joining the club are Diane Allen, Corlis Rupp, Nancy Courtney, Maureen Bestenlehner and Jean Owens. Mothers of all girls were guests with Mrs. Allen Bullock and Mrs. Tim O'Brien as hostesses. Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 4-H; club met Oct. 12. The club had installation of officers: Pres., Bernadette Hilbert; Vice Pres., Kristine P1 a t h e; Sec-.Treas,, Charlene Thilges; Historian, Lenora Hilbert. There was also initiation of new members: Darlene Plathe, Yvonne Kohlhaas, Suzanne Reding. Door prizes were awarded to Kathleen Plathe and Mrs. Ait JUig. Lunch was served by Corinne and Connie Bormann and their mother.

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