The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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thuf.d«y. Mofth 2$, 196$ Al«on« (.a.) Upper Do* Mo!n«-3 s AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK . IN DUPLICATE bridge last Monday evening, in first place were Dean Kinsman and Don Prieskorn; second, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Thuente; third, Mrs. Jackie Muller and Mrs. Firman Laing. The next regular play will take place at the Legion hall April 5, starting at 7:30 p. m. - o - LEIGHTON MISBACH was stranded in Humboldt Wed. and Thurs. nights, returning to Algona Friday. He was on his way home from the southern part of the state and didn't run into snow ufitil he got north of the Perry corner. - o - MRS. BRADY ROVN returned Thursday evening from Minneapolis where she had spent ten days since the birth of a grandson, Scott Randall Shierk. She was delayed in her return to Algona two days because of the storm. Mr. Rovn was stranded four days in Estherville. She left Friday morning for Altus, Okla. where she is visiting her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hum. - o - MR. AND MRS. G. W. Stillman will leave tomorrow (Fri.) for a week-end in Minneapolis. They will lie joined there by their daughter Marcia and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones of LaCrosse.'Wis. - o - BHUCE McCULLOUGH arrived by plane last Wed. to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCullough. Bruce is a student at the Hebron Academy, a prep school at Hebron, Maine. He will return to school by plane at the end of the month. MIKE SMITH, student at St. Mary's in Winona, Minn, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, spent the weekend with his parents. - o - DR. AND MRS. Melvin G. Bourne arrived home Wed. following a vacation trip to Old Mexico, on which they were accompanied by an aunt of Mrs. Bourne and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence May land of Elmore, Minn. The two couples took many side-trips out of Mexico City. Mr. and Mrs. Mayland were injured in an accident near Perry, in which Mr. Mayland suffered bruises and his wife received cracked ribs. Dr. and Mrs. Bourne were not injured. The Bournes were stranded in Perry because of the weather and returned Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young. Mr. Young had gone to Perry to meet his wife, who was returning from Denver by train Wednesday. The Youngs were also stranded because of the storm. Dr. and Mrs. Bourne went back to Perry Sunday and brought Mr. and Mrs. Mayland to Algona, where they are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Val Naudain. Both are much improved, although still stiff and bruised, from the accident. - o - MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith left for Minneapolis last Tuesday to spend just the day. However, with the storm, it was Friday before they could leave. They left the city at about 10:-43 a. m., and it was 7:30 p. m. Defore they arrived home. In one part of the trip, it took two hours to travel seven miles. They were stalled a long time at the junction of highways 60 and 169, where there were many cars lined up in all directions until three plows cleared the area. - o - MR. AND MRS. J. C. Everds returned Monday after a week's vacation. They visited their son Joe at Topeka, Kansas, and a brother of Mrs. Everds, R. W. Kelly, at Tulsa, Okla. They spent a couple of days at Hot Springs, Ark. - o - UNITED Presbyterian circles will meet today (Thurs.), their meetings having been postponed from,last Thursday. Circle A hostess, Mrs. W. Feaster; Circle B hostess, Mrs. A. F. Agena; Circle C hostess, Mrs. Ivan Long; Circle D hostess, Mrs. W. Funk. - o MRS. DONALD Armstrong, cochairman with Mrs. A. F. Agena, reports scores for the last month's play in round robin bridge, sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary. In first place are Mrs. Donald Ferris and Mrs. Craig Smith, 17,950; second, Mrs. Ronald Ostwald and Mrs. Ed Adams, 17,930; third, Mrs. Halbert Long and Mrs. Larry Knoll, 15,420; fourth, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman, 14,410; fifth, Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mrs. James Whittemore, 13,020. Mrs. Wm. Navoichickjs president of^tfie Auxiliary. - o - MR. AND MRS. Richard P. Norton left Tuesday to visit their daughter, Siri, teaching at Fort Defiance, Ariz. Mrs. Norton's mother, Mrs. N. E. Downing and her sister, Mrs. H.R.Kurtz, both of Marshalltown, arrived Monday evening to stay with the twins, Leslie and Lynne, while their parents are away. Mr. and Mrs. Norton expect to be gone about ten days. - o - MR. AND MRS. John Hayes '.left: Wednesday afternoon to go 1 Jto Columbus, Ohio to attend the graduation of their daughter, Carol, and the presentation of her master's degree in physical education at Ohio State University there. North of Humboldt, they became stranded because an oncoming car could not get through. They, together with a man from near Liver more and a woman from Bode, stayed overnight at the Richard Fullerton home north of Humboldt. On Thursday, after the plows had come through, they got as far as Fort Dodge, and finding that all highways were blocked out of there, they spent the night in a hotel. Leaving early Friday morning, it tqok them three hours to get to 6g- den. They managed to arrive at Columbus Friday evening, since there was no snow south of Perry. Carol's graduation had taken place in the morning, but they spent the weekend with her and arrived back in Algona Monday evening. - o . NORTH KOSSUTH Chapter of the American Cancer Society, which had cancelled a meeting scheduled March 23, has rescheduled that meeting for workers and chairmen of the Crusade for April 2 at Roy's Grill in Bancroft. Mrs, Dale Lockwood of Burt is the chapter president. Delicious taring Garten Salad COTTAGE CHEESE ->'v.-;.-;.^:.^ • • . w . <~ - s•^;. ; ^-c^x;4/ •jjL ?'•"•••''. jt-**!. Ready to Serve A tasty and colorful combination of fresh car rots, celery, cabbage, onions, t>weet red ball peppers and pariley plus fine flavored /£ COTTAGE CHEESE New ,.. Available in food market* IN ALGONA AT SUPER VALU II Del Monte CATSUP Large 14 Oz. Bottle CAPE COD 3 large (4 2 tsp \ 1'^ isp. peyt~- • '^^""-fSSiSSS \ 1 ffib..<U Ui 7Sit«*«" ^ »«nll»« 1 »°,i e amlft i«» «" e " P ° , tes a, PW*' FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag 1.79 CHARMIN I \ TO/ZfT" 7755f/£ BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES All Varieties Except Angel Food 2 For 49 C Pork & Beans 5 NO. 2 CANS 1st Choice BUTTER 59 Heinz CHICKEN NOODLE or VEGETABLE BEEF SOUP 6 CANS Carnation CANNED MILK V 14Vioz. V) J cans J7L Carnation INSTANT MILK 8 qt. Box 59c ALL VARIETIES - Flavorite COOKIES 4Pkgs.-1 Butter Top FRENCHIES Small Loaf 4A* French Bread lUl Instant FOLDER'S COFFEE 6 oz. Jar 69c Chef Boy-Ar-Dee 15'A ex. PIZZA 39e Ma Brown Plain or Kosher PICKLES, qt... 29c Kraft MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 2 10 AT 39c American Beauty — medium, wide, extra wide NOODLES-2 cello 12 oz. Bags 4k Lb. 49c CHOICE: j PERCH FILLETS! 5 IB. BOX $1.79 : sirloin or ui" i Round Steak Lb. 79 C Lb. 89 C FILLETS i T-BONES 5 Lb. Box $1.98 | ^ *m mm i^ mm mm mm ^ ^ mm ^ mm 1^ ^ ^ mm ^ ^ i^ ^ ^ ^ I Ws~Tied(2 "Cheddar \ New Shipment - U.S.D.A. Choice AGED SHARP CHEESE: BEE p QUARTERS ! HIND QUARTERS lb. 49* ... Lb. 39e Lb. 79° Bonnie Mae Buttermilk Biscuits FRONT QUARTERS Pkg.lO-for7e ; % A BEEF .......... lb. 43c ing. iw | CUT. WRAPPED AND SHARP FROZEN CUT, WRAPPED AND SHARP FROZEN TO YOUR DESIRE, AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. Wilson's ALL-MEAT Skinless WEINERS 3 SKINLESS, SHANKLESS DEFATTED, FULLY COOKED BUTT HALF .... Lb. 49e CENTER CHUNK, Lb. 79' Wilson's CORN KING CANNED PICNICS 4Lb. Can Six Choices In Assorted LUNCHEON MEATS Pkg. 45 C FROZEN, PARTI-TIME PIZZA Sausage or Hamburger in 12 inch, 20 ounce size Reg. 98c Value 79 WELCH'S FROZEN GRAPE JUICE Concentrated 6 oz. Cans 6 For 1 ALL VARIETIES FLAVORITE ICE CREAM '/* Gai. 49 French Fries or Crinkle Cut I Lb. Frozen Package 29 — A Most Complete Display of Choice, Fresh Easter Candies — w tr n Winesap Apples CALIF. ORANGES 49' Good Size •% No. 138's UOZ. Large Snow White CAULIFLOWER HEAD 29 C Washed, Waxed Red PONTIACS 20u».'1.39 FIRM, RIPE BANANAS THANK YOUl For the fine reception you gave our WILSON WEEK sale last weekend, Despite the storm, your response was so excellent that we could not continue the sale beyond the originally announced Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SAT. & MONDAY SUPERVALU FOOD STORE throughout North Central Iowa

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