The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1966
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LOCALS flfcjjg schools in Des Moincs, spent last weekend here with her parents. JACKIE ROWLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith R<rrtey and an instructor In the puttie MR. AND MRS. Brady Rcnm retaroed their daughter, Mrs. Randal] aiierk, to Mianeapolis Welcome Fenton Progressives Lt« Dryer, fnt. Bob Wtrie, Hufzeli's Office Supplies Algono Phon« 295-5163 Saturday. Mrs. Sfaierk and fbeir two children had spent the ve«fc ri siting relatives aad friends in Algooa. Mr. aod Mrs. Rom also visited her mother, Mrs. Josephine Thompson, in Minneapolis. GUESTS OF Mrs. C. C. Sbterk last weekend vere her daughter, Delthea, of Schlfler Park, HI., aad J. C. Watson, strteot at Northwest Missouri GUte College to Raryrilie, Mo. KEKDRA SEELY, daughter of Mr. aod Mrs. Kenneth Swlj- aod a student at Northwest Missouri State College, visited her parents last weekend. MARGARET DURAyr, prominent Algoaa poet aod writer, von first place in the sixth district recently In an annual essay coo- test sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Women's dobs. Title of her essay was "Attitude." Miss Durant is a member of the Algona Woman's Club and in former Iowa Federation of Women's Club contests has won four first place awards in prose writing which Included the entire state. DIAMOND'S PARADE OF VALUES Check This Ad And See For Yourself Why You Can Save More And Get Better Values, Too, At DIAMOND'S. The NEW Wash 'N Wear NO IRON - EVER SLACKS Continental Ivy or with the fuller cut — belt loop models. Black or Loden Green. size 29 to 42's $5.95 Men's Filler Cat MODELS Sizes 34-44 $5.95 WRANGLER "NO IRON" JEANS Sizes 27-38 in Green or Tan $4.99 SPORT SHIRT RIOT1 THE LATEST IN STYLES & FABRIC Wash & Wear All Boys sizes 6 to 18 BOYS- $1.99 MEN'S SIZES.$1.99 tO $4.99 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS The Latest In Comfort & Style $7.99 to $13.95 Boys Sizes 6 to 13 Men's & Women's sizes Many Colors and Styles to choose from. Boys! BLAST JACKETS In Nylon or Madras Style. Boys' - Girls' Nylon S - M- L $.99 •«!•* no v $4.99 SWEATSHIRTS! SWEATSHIRTS! SWEATSHIRTS! SWEATSHIRTS! THEY ARE HERE I Rainbow of Colors 4- one more I S - M - L - XL $1.99 Hey, GIRLS! We Carry WRANGLER • Cut Offs • Stretch Jeans • No Iron Jeans Size 8 to 18 Cutoffs - $2.95 All colors MEN'S DRESS LOAFERS In Latest Styles Sizes 6 to 12 $7.99 to $13.95 FOR MEN & BOYS Hush Puppies* *• | « * N 3 Breathln' Brushed Pigskin* Casuals Golf Shoes - Loafers - Oxfords Latest Colors f and Styles * 10.95 up Sizes 6 to 12 Don't Forget DIAMOND'S For A Complete stock of Rubber Footwear and Rainwear of all types. %l I HOOD'S IN ALGONA Prices Good Friday, Saturday, Monday CAMPBELL'S - Chicken Noodle, Mushroom, Veg. Beef SOUPS 6 Cans 95* Happy Host PEAS 7 No. 303 Cans Hunt's Bartletf PEARS No. 2'/ 2 Cans 39* Good Valu Fruit Cocktail Good Valu PEACHES Geisha or Karavan MANDARIN OfrANGES 5 11 oz. Cans Sturgeon Bay Red Pitted C H E R RIE S 5 No. 2 Cans SPRY Large Tin 69* Hershey's CHOCOLATE SYRUP Hershey's Semi-Sweet CHOCOLATE CHIPS Large 12 ozr.pkg. Plain or Iodized Super Valu SALT 26 oz. pkg. QUALITY - SERVICE - LOW PRICES . . . Those three elements have been the basis on which HOOD'S SUPER VALU has operated for the past 28 years in Algona, and they will continue to be our major points in serving the public. It has been our pleasure during those 28 years to.have family customers now in the- second generation, and we look forward to serving the third ... and fourth ... as well. fiUCRR 10 Lb. Bag FLAV-0-RITE FROZEN Red! Raspberries or Strawberries GRADE "A" BETTY CROCKER Aunt Jemima BUTTERMILK PANCAKE M IX jfix*' • .' •** **NS» *•: ^ ^i «•*.' • - — it 2 pound pkgs. Staley's WAFFLE SYRUP Qt. Jar 39* DAD'S ROOT BEER 1 2 Gallon 39c Dream Whip Dessert Topping 4oz. pkg. 39 C My-T-Fine Pie Fillings & Puddings JJor 29c FLAVORITE FROZEN CREAM PIES Chocolate — Banana — Cocoanut lemon or Neapolitan Each asa FRENCH FRIES immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi 29< _____ -*-*^.i^-«i»'iwi»^^^s^|^pj|BHplpp 5 Lb. Bag79< ^^^ ^^^ . of EATING PRE-CARVEO - FOR ROASTING or FRYING PORK LOIN ROASTS u. Center Cut PORK J TENDERLOIN ; CHOPS u,.$Qcj "VALU SELECTED' EASY CARVE USDA CHOICE CHOPS CENTER CUT RIB 59* CHUCK ROASTS 79* Boneless Rolled Waste Free FREEZER FILLER SALE OF SWIFT'S PREMIUM Roth's RA-CORN Sliced Bacon 69* For Baking or Barbecue COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS u. Gus Gtaser - ALL MEAT FRANKS u. 59* KRAFT jm Parkay Margarine... 4 ^^^^^—^ ^^^ ^^^^^ WTFAJl 1 hj fL\LtaH\JOfl Beef Quarters ! T ° Y ««r Order At N ° E)tach9 FRONT '/4 . . . Lb. 43e H | ND l/ 4 . . . Lb. 55C i/ 2 BEEF ____ Ib. 49c PORK LOINS LIGHT, MEATY, 12 to 16 pound average WHOLE or RIB HALF Lb. 59< Rupert FROZEN PERCH FILLETS Lb.. 39c! Washed & Waxed RED 50 Cello RADISHES OR GREEN ONIONS Choice 5 C Each Cello CARROTS fhoFMftty, Morcfi SI, 1966 Algeria (to.) Upper Dtl MolM*-S No. 1, Red, Ripe TOMATOES No. SUNKIST ORANGES 291 491 Large, Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 6 For 39 Washington State - WINESAP or DELICIOUS APPIK immmmmmmmmi mmmmm Algona's Only Home-Owned Super Market tmmmmmmmmmmm I I I I I I I I I I I I rnmun LEADING THE lesson for the United Pre*yterlan Youth Fellowship Sunday evening was Andy Crawford. Susan Bullock had charge of the lunch. A meet- Ing of the executive committee will be held next Sunday evening to [dan meetings for the next quarter. HOSTESSES MONDAY for the Guild circle meeting at the First Presbyterian church were Mrs. Henrietta Bowman and Mrs. Clifford Carlson. Mrs. Hatel Mark* oveti was In charge of the program. ARRIVING AT THE Algona airport Saturday were Fathers Degen and Elbert. The,former is the son of Mrs. Ell tabeth Degen of Algona, who was returning from South America, after two years there. He had landed by plane at Omaha and was met by Father Elbert, principal of Heelan high school at Sioux City, and brought here for his visit. Father Degen will be in Algona for about a month. IN DUPLICATE bridge played at the American Legion hall March 21, in first place were John Kerber and Lanny Paul, Emmetsburg; second, Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Jackie Mueller; third, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Thuente; fourth, Mrs. Helen TateandNeda Teeter. The next play will be for master point, to be held next Monday at 7:45 p. m. at the American Legion hall. GARY GRAHAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham and a student at Iowa State College at Cedar Falls, is spending the week with his parents during his spring break from college. MEMBERS OF the Wrestlers Boosters Club took a group of local boys to attend the NCAA Wrestling Tournament in Ames last Friday. In 12 cars, 16 parents took 57 boys. Drivers included Roger Hoover, Bud Menneke, Fritz Nielsen, Ronald Miller, Mitch Taylor, Bob Laing, Lyle Riedlnger, Floyd Bode, Bob Kain, Marv Calhoun, Jim Fltz- patrick, Lowell Samp and Don Camenisch. Three local couples attended the finals of the meet on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benson, president of the local club, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Young. Attending the tournament for three days were Mr. and Mrs. Leon (Champ) Martin, whose son David as well as Larry Munger were also there for three days. "Champ" Martin officiated Saturday in the finals. Also there for three days was Mrs. Keith Young, whose husband coaches •wrestling at Cedar Falls and also officiated. Mr. Young has been named national champion three times and was recently named to the Hall of Fame. CANES Rev. Paul Potter, Alden, has collected walking canes for the past 20 years and has a rare collection. Each cane has a story or point of special Interest. WELCOME IRVINGTON IDFALS SHARON MIX VICE PRESIDENT SEXTON CAROL STEBBINS, SEXTON, PRESIDENT MRS. EDWARD AREND, ALGONA, LEADER SHILTS mOWN-IHT SHOE STOKE HARRISON'S MADE UP LARGE SELECTION MANY NEW ITEMS to -1.98 NEW SHIPMENT GIRLS SPRING HATS $1.00 & $1.98 SHORT SLEEVE SWEATSHIRTS 2 For CHOC. EGGS NAME DECORATED FREEI LUGGAGE BLUE OR CHARCOAL TRAIN CASE 21" OR 24" SIZE YOUR CHOICE $4,99 MAKE HARRISON'S YOUR EASTER HEADQUARTERS rlson's

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