The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 3
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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HOSPITAL NEWS hostesses included Mrs. J. Budlong, Mrs. H. Andrews, Mrsfc Mary Budlong and Mrs. E. Brandt. Women's circles of Good Hope Lutheran church will meet this week with Verna and Elida circles at the church Tuesday evening. On Wednesday morning, Leona circle will meet at the church, Elizabeth circle at the Ted Van Hove home in the afternoon and Gloria circle at the Ed Brandt home in the evening. The Titonka senior class held their picnic at Lake Okoboji June 6. Mrs. C. G. Hehvig (Madelene Laninreaux) of Missoula, Mont., has returned to her homo after visiting the past month with relatives and friends at Titonka, Garner, Humboldt, Manson, Gilmore City, Rode and Wesley. Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titnnkn, and her cousin, Mrs. Lenna McAllister of Conrad, left Wodnes- day Iiy piano from Waterloo for a three-week visit \vitli relatives in Enpland, Scotland and Wales. Thursday, June 17, 19$5 Alaona (la.) Upper De* Moines-3 Sorm college students home for the summer are Kathleen Eden of Arnes and Diane Gartner of Sioux City. The scallop swims through the water by opening and closing its shell. June 8 - Admitted: Ricky Bormann, Bode, surgery; MaryDau- gherty and Brian Knudsen, Algona, T & A; Susan Schiltz, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Luella Wittkopf, Algona, medical; dismissed: Fred Schurz and James Maahs, Whittemore; Mrs. Myrtle Sorenson, Mrs. Janice Neuroth, Blanch Lage, Algona. June 9 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hellman, Bancroft, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Albin Kayser, Bancroft, boy, 9 pounds, 15 oz,; admitted: Mrs. Hazel Studer, Wesley, medical; Raymond Menke, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Emma Medln, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. Dorothy VanderWaal, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Arlene Gerdes, Mrs. Mary Siefer, Eugene Muller, Algona. June 10 - Births: Mr. andMrs. John McGuire, Bancroft, girl, 6 pounds, 6 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winter, Algona, girl, 9 pounds, 15 oz.; admitted: William F. Wetzel, Algona, accident? dismissed: Mrs. Robert Blocker and baby, Bancroft, Raymond Menke, Bancroft; Joseph Sires, Brian Knudsen, Mary Daugherty, Algona. June 11 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker, Bode, boy, 4 pounds, 1 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bilyeu, Algona, girl, 4 pounds, 2 oz.; admitted Reinhard Potthoff, Bancroft, medical; Michael Woltz, Burt, handlacer- ation; dismissed: William Wetzel, Archie Elbert, Algona. June 12 - Dismissed: Michael Woltz, Susan Schiltz, Bancroft; Mrs. Luella Wittkopf, Algona. June 13 - Admitted: Paul Bernhard, Fenton, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Albin Kayser and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Arthur Hellman and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Nell McCall, Algona; Florence Farrow, Lakota. June 14 - Admitted, Vicki Fisher, Corwith, surgery; Baby Bilyeu, Baby Winter, Algona, boarders: dismissed: Mrs. Ronald Bilyeu, Mrs. Robert Winter, Algona; Mrs. John McGuire and baby, and Reinhard Pothoff, Bancroft; Mrs. Ada Vogel, Burt. Algona Girl Sails On Liner For England Mariana Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele, Algona, left Tuesday for Montreal, Canada, where she will board the liner Empress of England June 18, bound for Europe. She is one of a number of graduates and graduate-students of the State College of Iowa who will participate in a social science seminar, sponsored by the college. Social, political, and economic trends and problems will be studied. The students will live at Oxford University from June 27 to July 8, attending daily lectures and discussions. Another two weeks will be spent in residence-study at the University of Austria at Vienna in the latter part of July. Following this, Mariana will visit Warsaw and Moscow, in each of which she will spend • several days. Mariana will tour various cities in nine other countries, visiting historical sites, monuments and studying the arts, including music, painting and architecture, After five days in Paris,, she will leave from there by plane for Chicago August 24. Mariana graduated from State College in 1962 and is now in her third year as a member of the staff at Chicago University, serving in the library department of the laboratory school. TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder illlllllll The Titonka Woman's Club met June 3 at the home of Mrs, Sadie Denton for their annual breakfast and final meeting of the 1964-65 club year. Other MEN WANTED In Thii Area To Train Ai LIVESTOCK BUYER TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS, VEAL & LAMBS AT SALE BARNS, & PWECT FROM FARMS. We prefer men with farm or livestock background to train for buyer positions. Age 19 to 50. Write giving age. phone and experience. National Institute of Meat Packing, Bo» «52, Dept. 4$, Minneapolis 21, Minn. At HOOD'S in ALGONA PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SATURDAY & MONDAY. Tenderized PORK CUTLETS Lb. 49 Smoked, CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. 69 Cut Up Fresh Dressed — Ready For The Pan FRIED CHICKEN, FATHER'S DAY? Tenderized, Chopped, Frozen, Packaged BEEF Steaks 10 i 89 Morrell's Pride CANNED PI C NIC S 3 Ib. can Sl.» Golden Corn 100% corn oil MARGARINE 2 Ibs. 49c Wilson's Certified, Fully Cooked B S C JTT HALF - .... 1ANK HALF - .. SNTER CHUNK Morrell's No. 1 WEINERS - 2 Ib. bag We " ^^^ A SUPER VALU Jelly . Apple • Cherry • Crabapple • Grape • Red Plum 5 ,7oz $1 jars • \ i\ i r ^ *i n -' '•ft; HEINZ CATSUP 5 Large Bottles THREE DIAMOND Crushed or Sliced WAGNER'S Qt, Bottles Grape or Orange Pineapple * DRINK Battlw DIAMOND MANDARIN ORANGES 5 1 1 OZ. Tins SUPERVALU DEVILS FOOD, SPICE, WHITE, YELLOW \ \ BUTTER KERNEL CORN (Cream or Whole Kernel) GREEN BEANS No. 303 Cans CAKE MIX MORTON HOUSE OVEN BAKED Pork & Beans V CAMPFIRE Marshmallows . JENO'S 1 Ib. poly bags pkgs.__•?_ <$* [ Flav • O - Rite '.FROZEN PIZZA, with Cheese - pkg. 39' j DINNER GOOD VALU S MIXED NUTS - 14 oz. tin . 49c • New - ARRID 4 oz. bottles J SPRAY DEODORANT 79" { Chicken, Beef Turkey, or Salisbury i SUPERVALU SHORTENING - 3 Ib. can . 69c MA BROWN - 5 Flavors 11 oz, Pkgt, J.I. FROZEN Green Peas .... 10ox SEAMIST FROZEN LEMONADE . . . 6 OZ. CANS 10 lOc _ Flav - O - Ri.e FROZEN ICE CREAM TOPPINGS, 2 - 49° j CREAM PIES l_ ___ mm ! ^«_^ ASSORTED FLAVORS SANDWICH COOKIES 2 Lb. Pkg. 39° Flavorite American CHEESE SPREAD Z Lb. Box 69 C Leave Your Order For 25 Ib. Tins of FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Chocolate - Banana - Coconut - Lemon - Neapolitan (Simply Defros.) _ 25° Texas Greystone, Red, Ripe WATERMELONS 20 to 22 Lb. Average 89 White Shaffers Ret! P 1 Sweetheart TOMATOES - pkg, of 4 29c SUPER VALU

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