LOW PRICES BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR A FREE Sewing Machine Each Time You Visit Our Store DELUXE MODEL ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY JANUARY 24, 1959 DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER I You Need Not Be Present At Drawing To Win I A WHOLE CARLOAD OF HIGHEST QUALITY BEEF AT LOW, LOW PRICES! uarters - - Ib. NO CHARGE FOR CUTTING OR WRAPPING Mild Colby LONGHORN CHEESE Hormel Dairy SLICED BACON Ib. 47c Morrell Snow Cap PURE LARD 2 29c BOILED HAM Wilson's Certified Lb. 75c CHOPPED HAM Ib. 55c Pictured above, left to right, Harley Watkins, head of Armour's Beef Dept., Mr Hendrickson, Armour Sales Mg»t>,Mr Eads, Armour General Mgr., Jim Schneider, Hood's Meat Mgr., and Don Jorgenson, Armour's local salesman, select choice beef from Armour's Sioux City Coolers for Hood's annual January Beef Bonanza! Hood's truckload of beef was selected from over 6,000 quarters of beef in the coolers. Catsup 5 for Hunts or Heinz Cake Mix. 4 «•«• Swansdown — Devilsfood, Butterscotch, White, Yellow Peaches .. 4 CSNS Happy Host, No. 2!4 Tins $1.OO Pears ... 3 °»* Banquet Bartlett, No. IVi Tins $1.OO Grated Tuna . 5 «» Van Camps, Large Tunas $1.OO CLEANSING Tissues 4 «• Scotties, 400 Count Boxes Preserves . . . 4 Ma Brown, Black or Red Rasberry, Strawberry, *» Tomato Juice 4 ««« Happy Host, 46 Oz. Tins $1.OO Pie Filling .. 4 CANS POPCORN Flavorite - White or Yellow Lb. Wilderness — Cherry, Apple, Raisin, Mix or Match No. 2 Tins Baker's CARMEL or CHOCOLATE CHIPS $1.00 Mix or Match 'em 12 Oz. Jars Pork & Beans 8 Libby's Deep Brown, with Tomato Sauce — 14 Oz. Cans Orange Juice 5 Strawberries. 5 2 Lb< ^ C*i 1*9. Zl*C 2 PKGS. 49c JELLO ALL FLAVORS 6 for 39c Florida Gold Brand, Frozen North State Frozen Maxwell House INSTANT COFFEE Large Jar 95c Marigold DAIRY DESSERT 1/2 GAL NO. 1 RED PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Lbs. $1.19 DELICIOUS APPLES 4 * 49c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT No. i Large 10For49c Good Sized LETTUCE 2For25c Good Sized ORANGES 2Doz75c Algono (la.) Upper Dei Moinej Thursday, Jan. 15, 1959 ~ ' I> '" V •' \ -T Society Notes Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs William Caudle of Chester, Illinois announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Layern, shown here, to Norbert Bierstedt, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt of Algona, Iowa. Miss Caudle is employed at El Capri Steak House in Chester. Mr Bierstedt is employed at Pioneer Hi Bred Corn Co. in Algona. A summer wedding has been planned. (UDM Engraving). Congregational Circles Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet Thursday, Jan. 15, with the following hostesses: Naomi at 1:15 p.m. with Mrs Ted Larson, with 'Mrs Marie Murtagh and Mrs Ellen Dailey assisting. Ruth at 1:15 p.m. with Mrs R. I. Mawdsley. Mrs Harvey Churchill and Mrs Eva Corey will bo assisting hostesses. Rebecca at-1:15 p.m. with Miss Ella Thompson. Mrs J. C. Mawdsley and Mrs Eugene Murtagh will be assisting hostesses. Martha at 8:00 p.m. with Mrs Ted Herbst. Mrs Olive Herbst and Mrs G. W. Stillman will bo assisting hostesses. Mary Circle at 8:00 p.m. with Mrs Duanc Jensen. Mrs Robert Dewel and Mrs William Clegg will be assisting hostesses. Y.F.W. Auxiliary The V.F.W. Auxiliary met Jan. 7. One new members was taken in, Ileen Manser. Baskets were given to three Veteran families and the Gold Star mother at Christmas. It was voted to change the meeting nite to the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Materials and patterns were given out for skuffies to be made? and sent to the V. A. Hospital. A report was given on the 6tb District meeting that was held in Madrid, Dec. 7th. Art Program Presented The Catholic Daughters met ast Thursday evening with jrand Regent Violet Glaser presiding. Four new members were 'eceiycd into the Court—Patricia McEnroe, Ruth Van Allen, Joanne rohnson and Elixabetlr. Smith. Alice Condon presented a program on Art, showing colored slides of famous paintings. The committee members wore Lenore Cinsey, Ermu Lie-liter, Mary Barry, Phylle.s Hansen, Olive •lossman, Cyrilla Sifert and Vioet Glaser. Paulettc Bradley is jrofiram chairlady. Algona Woman's Club The Algona Woman's Club will neet on Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The neeting is to be held at the home )f Mrs L. It. Preul, 207 East Elm treet. Federation news will be jiven by Mrs Fern Foster. Mrs ^. M. Coughenour will present a irosrum of music and songs by ovvu composers. SUPER VALU STORE To See "Music Man" Among those who will be seeing 'The Music Man" in Des Moines, are Mr and Mrs Lowell Smith. Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton, Bar-j bara Haggard, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mr and Mrs Milch Taylor, Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and Mr and Mrs John Hopkins. Joint Birthday Party Mrs David King and Mrs Andrew Hansen celebrated their birthdays Jan. 9 and hud as guests Ellen Carlson, Gertie Ootkins, Mrs Frank Kohlhaas, Mrs A. M. Lemkee, Mrs A. D. Lehman, Mrs Clara Taylor and Mrs Arth Trauger. Cresco-Riverdale Club The Cresco-Riverdale Homemakers will meet at the home or Mrs Ervin Gerber Wednesday, Jan. 21, with the lesson by Caroline Weydert and Burnetta Wildin, to start at 12:30 p.m. There will be a luncheon at 1 p.m. Delphian Society The Delphian society meets Jan. 20 with Mrs Don Smith, Sr. The lesson "Africa, the New Star in History" will be given by Mrs Matthew Streit. Episcopal Guild St. Thomas Episcopal Guild is meeting Tluu>day (today) at thu* home 01 Mrs Clair Anderson. The D.A.R.s met Tuesday at Mr., Hortense Ferguson's for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs M. G. Bourne showed slides of her recent trip abroad.
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