The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Thuriday,W 4, 1965 Algdrto (16.) Upp«r Bti j * .. .. ^ . Grocery Starts Recipe Feature In Ad Series There will be a new recipe feature for homemakers included as a part of each Hood's Super Valu ad in The Algona Upper Des Moines beginning this week. Jeannette Campbell Ludcke, a widely-known Midwest food authority, will present one of her favorite recipes each week in the ad's upper left-hand corner, under the title "What's Cookin' by Janet Campbell". Mrs. Ludcke, now a homemaker and mother of three, is a professional Home Economist graduate and former food columnist for the Minneapolis Times and food commentator for WCCO Radio. Prior to her marriage, as Jeannette Campbell, she was Home Service Director of the Minneapolis Gas Company and a member of the Betty Crocker staff of General Mills. "In the weekly Super Valu 'What's Cookin' corner," says Jeannette Campbell Ludcke, "I hope to include a broad range of interesting but practical recipes that will add a welcome variety to the menu and help other homemakers avoid 'the same old thing' at mealtime. Miss Schrandt Is Homemaker At Bancroft Ottosen Lady Honored On 95th Birthday Mrs. Caroline Telford celebrated her 95th birthday Friday. Twenty-one neighbors and relatives attended a birthday party for her that afternoon at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Ed Von Bank of Rolfe, and Mrs. Roy Telford. "Grandma" received many cards and gifts. The afternoon was spent visiting and many pictures were taken, after which lunch was served, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel and Margaret Holt attended funeral services at Webster City, Monday, for their aunt, Mrs. Clara Powers, 90. Mrs. BerthaJacobson returned home from Lutheran hospital, Thursday.' ; She is staying at the Allan Wehfspann home to re- cupe rateifor-: a' while. •?. -:. K •; v .; • • Pvt. Stephen Evenson is now stationed .at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, for further training until April. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz attended graduation at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, Tuesday night. Their son, Gary, received a bachelor of arts degree in science. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz were Tuesday overnight guests at the Gary Schultz home at Grundy Center. Jeffrey Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, celebrated his tenth birthday Thursday. Guests that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson were Sunday dinner guests at the Marlyn Pflibsen home at Bode, helping their granddaughter, Julie, celebrate her Feb. 2 birthday. Mrs. Leona Pflibsen of Bode, paternal grandmother, was also present. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simpson and Rick Bell of Ames spent the weekend at the Allan Wat- nem home. Mrs. Simpson is a sister of Mrs, Watnem and Mr. Bell is a brother. Mrs. LeRoy Worby entertained N. N. club Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Koehl and Joe of Hancock, Minn., were Sunday overnight guests at the Victor Banwarts. The Koehls were enroute to Illinois. Mrs. Olvin Haug and Mrs, Le Roy Worby attended the department Auxiliary Convention at Des Moines, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson were honored Saturday night, when 30 of their neighbors came for a farewell party, They were given a gift of money and a pot luck lunch was served. The Ericksons will move to the Volberding farm near Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper . of Stewartsville, Mo., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Essie Cooper. They were all Saturday dinner guests at the Farrel Cooper home at Hum* boldt. Marvin WierofBarnum,Minn,, was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandhoij and family of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart attended funeral services for Henry Mogler at Lester, Friday, Mr. Bancroft - Janice Schrandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Schrandt, has been named St. John's high school 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She is now eligible for state and national honors. Test papers of all school Homemakers of Tomorrow in the state are currently being judged. The state's highest ranking girl will receive a $1,500 scholarship from General Mills, Inc., sponsor of the event. State runner-up will receive $500 educational grant. In addition, the school of the State Homemakers of Tomorrow will receive a complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica from the company. Miss Schrandt is^ active in chorus, Schola, tripl*Trio, Ijand, pep club, speech, CSMC and plans to attend State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, where she hopes to major in elementary education. Daryl and LeAnn of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Ft. Dodge attended funeral services Friday for Thelma Orvick, 20, who : 'was.-• killed'^in• 'a ; • car •acc^dfenj^'- v at Yumaj Ariz. Miss Orvick '' was in the Marines. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Orvick of Corpus Christi, Texas. Mrs. Orvick is a niece of Mrs. Speich. Funeral services were held at Ames. Dairymen Get Holstein Rptmg Dairy cows from Registered Holstein herds in this area have been listed in an official production testing report from Holstein herds in this area have been listed in an official production testing report from Holstein - Friesian Association of America. Their performance records Include solids - not - fat (SNF) production information. The animals and their recently - completed lactation are: Jane Dean Skylark 4870867, a four-year-old Registered*Holstein cow owned by Forrest Rasmussen & Sons, Wesley, produced 15,770 Ibs. milk, 572 Ibs. butterfat and 1,387 Ibs. solids- not-fat in 305 days. Vitae Linnwood Lady Lola 5018837, a three-year-old, Registered Holstein cow owned by John R. Ruger, Fenton, produced 16,020 Ibs. milk, 556 Ibs. butterfat and 1,329 Ibs. solids-not- fat in 305 days. Under the Holstein Association's production testing programs, the solids-not-fat portion of milk is being determined and credited to the lactation records of individual cows. SNF are those nutrients such as protein, lactose and minerals found below the creamline of milk. Name Committee For Feb. 17 Safety Program Representatives of 24 service groups met with Franfc Ulish, safety education consultant for the State of Iowa, at the city hall here Thursday, Jan. 28, and set Feb. 17 as the date for a community-wide driving safety and program to be held here. A steering committee was selected. Fritz Nielsen, safety education coordinator for Algona's public schools, was named chairman, and other members aje Jim Peterson, Wes Schultz, Mrs. Dan Engesser, Mrs. Jack Limbaugh and Erma Lee Deim. QUAOTY+4AVIN& WILSON'S Certified - Skinless, Defatted, Smoked Whole Ham Lb. Center Slices Lb. 79 C Butt Porton Lb. 49 C t~r»et CC^V" ky Jon® 1 ^ ^ WILSON'S Certified wiLauiNa lerrmea mi _fl^ _0^, All-Meat WEINERS 1 £ 39 WILSON'S CERTIFIED BACON 1 Lb. Pkg. 49* Blue Bonnet Oleomargarine 55 • Cello Wrapped, Boneless \ PERCH • i C furno s » •-• . re r\u i — -j o p wi<" • . \\cei tni " "" \ I \ f S^i*S £ "5& r "'- \ F ' 11E T S WILSON'S Corn King \ vr-"-' 5 ID. DOX $1 .69 CANNED PICNICS 3lb.can 1.49 BEEF QUARTERS HINDQUARTERS, Ib 49c % A BEEF, Ib fie ECONOMY BEEF HINDQUARTERS, Ib J/c No Charge for Cutting, Wrapping and Freezing to Your Exact Order FLAVORITE FLOUR Processed by Gold Medal and Packaged Under Our Own Label lOlb. bag 79° MA BROWN PICKLES Hamburger Dills or Old Fashioned Bread & Butter I pint jars 45c FLAVORITE POPCORN White or Yellow I Ib. bag 25c WHEATIES 12 OZ. PKG. CHEERIOS 10V* OZ. PKG. Each 29c COCK-O-THE-WALK APRICOTS Si'1 No. 303 Cans $' SUNNY SMILES No. 2!/2 Cam Bartlett Pears 3 i 1 i Wagner's GRAPE or ORANGE FLAVORITE - (Made by Hiland, packaged under our label) POTATO CHIPS —-- 39 Thank You Cherry Pie Filling 1 Cans I •UU KLEENEX 2 PLY Flavorite STRAWBERRY FACIAL TISSUES j u fl i u c C 5 FOR LOO 1 HflLVES Carnation CANNED MILK (cans MHWMMM Libby's TOMATO JUICE J 46 Oz. tl J. Cans *'• Franco-American SPAGHETTI with CHEESE! - IS 1 /: oz. cans - 59c 5 10 Oz. $ Packages 1. I I Crinkle Cut I FRENCH FRIES i SHORTENING - 3 Ib. can We flj^ Lb. et 29 C . , m Stt««99^ ! ^l»^fl«t9)J»<-'>9*^>«^ Super Valu LARGE SOLID HEAD I DEBBIE LIQUID I DETERGENT 2 4^ •• l Plastic Bottle Heads 25 C ! Quart 39 C Lettuce CELLO 1 Ib. bags Carrots 2 ? 19 C Humpty Dumpty Washington APPLES 3 Ib. bag 49c Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 10 large 49c JENO'S Complete Packaged PIZZA With Cheese, Sauce and Herbs 2 15% Ounce *9 AC Packages f JF BUTTERNUT COFFEE 1 Ib. can 79 C -2 Ib. can $ 1 !i DOUMAK Miniature Marshmallows 10! 2 Oz. Bag 19 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SAT. & MONDAY SUPERVALU FOOD STORE

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