The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moin«-3 thundoy, Jon« *, 1966 MR. AND MRS. Paul Seeley went to Minneapolis to attend the giaduation of their grandson, Michael Gergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen. Mr. Seeley will also attend a ball game. Mrs. Seeley's mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz, who makes her home here, suffered a slight stroke recently, but will probably enter St. Ann while the Seeleys are gone. MRS. HENRY BRUNS was visited over the holiday weekend by Mrs. Shirley Ann Bruns and children, Madison, So. Dak., and Mr, :and Mrs. Darroll Bruns, Waterloo. HARRY GODDEN has been hospitalized at Emmetsburg since mid-May when he fell in the bathtub and broke several ribs. He is due for release soon. MRS. DAVID KING was recently visited by a relative, Lester Simmons of Cedar Falls. MR. AND MRS. William Geering had as guests Monday their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and children, Spencer. MR. AND MRS. William Lovstad of Forest City are parents of a daughter weighing 5 Ibs., 12 oz., born May 27. There is another child in the family, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lovstad are the paternal grandparents. MRS. FRANCES MOE had as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crutcher, Bloomington, m. GUESTS AT the K. S. Cowans in honor of their son David's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., B. M. Bakken, Mrs. Theresa Spongberg, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farnham and Bill and Janet Braun. David was a 1966 graduate of the Algona high school. THE GOOD Samaritan Auxiliary met May 24 at the new Home. In the absence of the president, .„., Mrs. Don Smith, and vigejjres^ I,* dent, Mrs. August Slagle;:,;Mrj|F Lloyd Muckey, second vicV^ir'es3|| dent, presided. '** MRS. FRANK VERA spent last Thursday at Buffalo Center with her son Ted and wife and also saw a relative, Mrs. Harry Jordahl. MR. AND MRS. Murl Potter and Tom Reid have been at their cottage on Spirit Lake a few days. The Potter's son Tom and wife recently became parents of their third child, a daughter. They live near Dallas, . Tex., and the other children are Christy and Jeff. Mr. Reid is great-grandfather of the children. MR. AND MRS. Wilbur Bruner and Mrs. Margaret Reid were . recently at Renwich to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool. MR. AND MRS. Wilbur Bruner • were at Gilmore City last week to attend the graduation of Linda Cook, their niece and daughter , of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook. THE MURL POTTERS and Tom Reid came from Spirit Lake to attend the graduation of Linda Dodds at Garrigan high school. PERSONS RECENTLY uniting with the Methodist church by transfer of letters of membership are Mrs. Edward Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cubit, Mrs. L. S. Young, Mr. and Mrs. • James Logan and Deborah, Mrs. Dale Kent and Calvin Humphrey, Youths received into full membership are Mark Aaron, Vicki Anderson, Debra Bennett, Mel- Yin Burns, Sherry Bulten, Rex Chally, Richard Chase, Jr., Marjorie and Terry Dailey, Linda Darbyshire, Stephen Fitzpatrick, Suzanne McGinnis, Kathleen Miller, Randal Ricklefs, Rebecca Schoby, Stephen Schutter, James Sigsbee, David Simpson, Leslie Simpson and Ann Yatlor. MRS. RUBIE WALKER has been visited from last Thursday till Saturday by her daughter, Pearl, and her friend, Mrs. Gwen Hill, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Mur} Potter spent tlje weekend at their cottage on Spirit Lake and had as guests Dr. and Mrs. J. B. WinkeJ. DORA MITCHELL spent the weekend at New Hampton with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mallory and other relatives. ^—^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ "i ^^^ "^ HOOD A J* SERVICE Stands «or SAVINGS SATISFACTION .M DOLE'S Prices Gotid Thursday, Fridt Saturday and M( 7PINEAPPL Crushed - Chunks - Tidbits SLICED PINEAPPLE 5 No. 1 1/4 $1 CANS A NESTI|'S^ |; DESSERT MIX Lucky Whip 4 oi. pkg. GULF CHARCOAL Lighter Qt. CAN OOOOoOOoOOOOOOoOOOOo000 )0t I The AVERAGE '• 3 . •!'• = Food Cost Is LOWER \ AT HOOD'S - Day I After Day. We > Invite You To Check 9 I Our Regular Shelf I Prices & COMPARE lP-°- 0 -°- Q JU > - 0 -t Q A°' 0 9 0 Q 9 9 0 Q 0 Q g'1? 0 ^S ^^^V, x > ^-—/•% U.S.D.A, CHOICE ..., ^Mt Round or Swiss STEAK/ U.S,D.A. Choice Boneless, Waste Free FAMILY STEAK " U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless RUMP ROAST U.S.D.A, Choice Boneless HEEL ROAST Freeh, Extra Lean (Less Fry Away) GROUND ROUND We Custom - Cut U.S.D.A. Choice Steak For Your Cook-Outs Hormel's Range Brand Thick Sliced BACON ILb. Box?1.49 WILSON CERTIFIED STICK WILSON'S SMOKED Braunschweiger CANADIAN IIACOM ,59 e •••••IHiiBHiMHaHHilMMIH All-Meat, Chunk Style Pickled PIMENTO LOAF Lb. We Good Valu FREESTONE PEACHES Halves, In Heavy Syrup FOR THE EASY, DELICIOUS SNACK or MEAL ^^^ SPAM 2 WAGNER'S GRAPE or ORANGE DRINK 32 oz. glass Decanter Bottles HOLLYWOOD CANDY BARS >••••••••••••••••••••••••••••« ' New, California Shaffer Big Value SPANISH PEANUTS 1 Lb. Bag 39c FOLGER'S COFFEE 3 Lb. Can 1.98 Birdseye, Sleeve - Pack of 3 AWAKE 9 oz. Cans Concentrate SEAMIST FROZEN LEMONADE can All Flavorite FROZEN VEGETABLES No. 21/2 Cans HUNT'S APRICOTS No. T/2 Size Cans 2 six packs •••••••*••< POTATOES 1O Sweetheart TOMATOES Sunkist LEMONS Large, Solid, JUMBO HEADS (Except Asparagus) pkgs SUPER UALU Home Super ma's Only -Owned Market to

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