The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1965 · Page 3
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Thursday, June 24, 1965
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Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Molne»-3 Thursday, June 24, 1965 BY RUTH SHIERK MRS. MELZAR Falkhainer of Oakland, CaL is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. MR. FORREST Twogood returned to Los Angeles by plane Wednesday and will return to Algona later* His wife, the former Eleanor Haggard is remaining with her sister, Barbara, for a short time. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoreson went by plane to Dickinson, So. Dak. to attend a convention of druggists insurance representatives. Their three children remained with Mrs. Thoreson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, while they were out of town. MRS. MILES SLONIKER left Tuesday morning to spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Senne, Kenosha, Wise. Accompanying her on her trip was Bruce Sundet. Mr. Sonlker spoke to Lions clubs in Ventura, Belmond and Charles City as district governor. ATTENDING THE state fire department convention in Ames were Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, .Jim Utt, Don Peterson, Don "Meyer and Harry Barton. This was the 41st annual state meeting, with over 600 in attendance. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Stillman attended the wedding Sunday of Jeffrey Boyken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken of Titonka, to Caroline Johnson at Ellsworth. Saturday, they will attend the wedding of Margaret Romey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Romey at Mason City. Margaret was an attendant at the wedding of Marcia Stillman. MRS. HELEN HAAS, assistant manager of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona, attended^ a two-day training conference, June 17-18, in Omaha, Nebraska." RHONDA MATZ left Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Gerike for California to spend a month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haag at Monrovia, Cal. The Gerikes are on a two week vacation and Rhonda will remain for about a month. MR. AND MRS. Jim Schneider are vacationing this week somewhere in the vicinity of Brainerd, Minn. JACK WALLER had the misfortune, Monday, to fall and break his right wrist. The arm is in a cast. MR. AND MRS. John Grotte returned recently from a visit at Macon, Ga. with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wickman, and while there attended the graduation from high school of their grandson, Tom Wickman. While they were in Georgia, their son, Gordon Grotte, Whittier, Cal., flew in to visit the group. The Grottes also went to South Carolina to visit their grandson, Dick Grotte and family, MRS. HARLEY E. Hanson, Mrs. Gerald Hanson and Pamela, Mike and Mark Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Harold E, Smith, all of Algona, went to Titonka June 18 to help Mrs, Edna Richter celebrate her birthday. Others attending were Leo Richter, Arlys Redenius, Titonka, Mrs, Orville Beresford and Mrs. Merle Beresford of Kanawha. 'A picnic lunch was served with birthday cake and ice cream included. The time was spent socially. MR. AND MRS. Don Hutchison returned Monday after a week in Kansas City where they visited their daughter Nancy and family, Mr. and Mrs, Norman Newton, Their grandson, Michael, 6, returned with them and is visiting for an indefinite period of time, ATTENDING AN annual board meeting of Snap-on Tools and Weidennoff are members from Kenosha, Wisconsin, the parent plant, A group arrived Tuesday evening by car from Kenosha, The group met with members of the board of Weidennoff of which Ken peirce is president, LIKe whales, porpoises breathe through a circular opening in the top of the head. At HOOD'S in ALGONA SUPER UALU PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SATURDAY & MONDAY, FOLGER'S COFFEE CHOICE 2lb. can GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag 1.79 Wilson's Certified SMOKIES Skinless, All-Meat pkg. 49c Blue Bonnet OLEOMARGARINE Lbs. ORANGE ROUND BKF QUARTERS CUT, WRAPPED TO ORDER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE & SHARP FROZEN HIND QUARTER - Ib. 55c FRONT QUARTER - Ib. (k A BEEF- -lb.flc GROUND CHUCK 3 ,T 5 Home Made nplNI/ 46 Oz. Tins STEAK HAM SALAD r*TC t o^e , h TOC p k g.39' A WHOLE FREE PAVED PARKING LOT Lb. 79' Veri-Best Cheese Spread 2 Box AVi wT-i, CRATED TU ••^••••••••••••••••••••••••••'^^ NEW, CALIFORNIA White Shaffers | Red PONTIACS - 10 Ibs. 69c ,POTATOES10 6 ] /2 OZ. can iW LARGE SLICING CUKES 2 for 19« •VI 200 Count, Super Valuj 2 ply FACIAL TISSUE - box — 19c i ;w.« v'/vivXv Red Dot, twin pack box POTATO CHIPS ... 49«j ^ UNKIST LEMONS doz. 49c Texas Greystone, Red, Ripe 19 to 20 Lb. Average 79 LARGE, SOLID SAVE! LAKtjt, iULIU ^^ ^_ HEAD LETTUCE 2 heads 35 ,,, - •/"//^/^•/y^A.v/.v.'Av.y.y.v.v.xAlW'WOT :VtMT9*A LIQUID DETERGENT (Save 12c) LUX - large 22 oz. bottle 53c DOLE Crushed • Chunk • Tidbit SEA MIST Lemonade HAPPY HOST v ir^i • i i i%^«* t Vegetables . * No, 300 can CARNATION f_ Conned Milk . O 14V* oz. $' w; i tall cans Tins White or Pink 6 oz. can 1O FROZEN, POLY BAG SUPERVALU Book Matches 50 count box VELVEETA CHEESE &£xl W,\VA i:SwJ' HERSHEY Choc. Syrup < SUPERVALU SALTINE FRENCH FRIES 1 Vi Lb. Bag 25 C Floridagold Frozen - 6 oz. cans ORANGE JUICE - 6 lor $l CMCKEK PUNCAN HINES ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX Urgi Pkg. 39 1 SUPER UALU

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