The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
Page 9
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r SROCIfcY PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY 4 JAN, 22 THRU 26th 9 Qt. Jar 47c Hood Flour 25 Lb. 79 V, large Package QUAKER Dwan Dark Sweet CHERRIES 29c No. 303 Can BEEF QUARTERS Cut And Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge ""YJJjtck Your Own Beef If You Desire From Our Big Coolers. HINDS - Ib. 49c FRONTS - Ib. 43c HalfBeef-lb.45c To Broil or fry PET MILK tall Cans 3 for 39c iu DIUII ui riy ^A ^^U^. * Club Steak. Lb.49$ SECOND WEEK OP OUR ANNUAL BEEF BONANZA Jim The Butcher Was In Sioux City Again Tuesday To Personally Select Another Tryckload Of Quarters. % & «| I WELL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST Lb. 47C * *> tri vf r-7 < r. • *• if' \> i V A V V V', \\ :! \ \ ' 1 f. - ' \ • \ \ 1 f I ^ 'V''- V ¥f -\fl ; 'i ; -.' ' $ :' "*.*i:f- •.(?.••• Lx. A '-».^ ..»''/»•. ; A ' *- y- V •s.. ' POWDERED or BROWN , ' ' ' ' ^' _*. ,tV*,* T -Lb. , GRIMES - 300 TALL I ^ BEANS? ~ ft'MOSTARdorOIL SARDINES, Can *< i* ' ^ ^i NORTHERN DRESSED CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP I ^%^'fi'r^ i 'S^W'>* -,^ ^«i-f ', . i. S"AS,i' 1 J'<t<; ' '//3fcV^i^U. WILSON'S CERTIFIED - Lb. fraunschweigei SLICED BACON ENDS - 4 Ibs. 69e ALLISON 15 Oz. TIN STRONGHEART - CAN DOG FOOD KRAFT'S PLAIN OR HORSERADISI MUSfARD ; ROYALTY 7 OZ: CAN CRUSHED PINEAPPLE AMERICAN BEAUTY— 300 TALL KIDNEYBEANS SAUERKRAUT lOc TASTEE OLEO Ib. 17C SMOKED SALMON, WHITING AND HERRING . Choice Cuts, Veal And Lamb, Always On Hand. OUR GROUND BEEF IS ALL PURE BEEF CHARMIN - 60 COUNT NAPKINS. DUPONT CELLO WRAP SPONGES .;. toe GOOD 'N RICH - White, Yellow, Chocolate CAKE MIX BE SURE TO REGISTER FORA SEWING MACHINE Thji 13 The Final We0k To Register For This Machine, SATHER'S COOKIES -5 DIFF. KINDS SANDWICH COOKIES Full Ppund Packages Delicious APPLES 4 Ibs. 49* Bushel Box $3.79 CAL-FAME 46 OZ. TINS Grapefruit - Pineapple Juice 4 lor $1 IDAHO NO. 1 RUSSET POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag 49c NO. 1 FLORIDA LARGE GRAPEFRUIT ...... TO for 49c JUMBO STALK CEIERY - 19c VELVEEDA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box - 79c , V ALGONA ; PLEN'tY OF FRIg PARKIN 0 IN OUR OWN PAVEP LOT SUPER VAUI FOOD STORES Party HeL^n „ AlBurtHofflf f/il Burl — Bert and Art Ptoif were pleasantly surprised re Jy when friends from their _ neighborhood came with well ffl cd lunch baskets for a ho worming in the town home, evening was spent socially and- lunch was served. Attending wefe Mr and Mrs Amy Cherland, Mtf and Mrs E. J. Cherland, Ode/ Cherlnnd, Leo Person, Alva Kal* crs, Mr and Mrs Jim Coady Jr., Mr and Mrs Jim Coady Sr., Ho* word Salisburyg, Art Persons, and Mr and Mrs Elwyrt Stenzel and Debbie. • To Tour Newspaper ^ ^ Mrs Russcil Patterson, leader of tho Brownie Troop, plans to take the girls to Bancroft on Thursday for a tour of the Bancroft Register plant Some 11 girls are members and they are Nancy Ackcfman, Paulette Arend. Karen Castor, Marsha Curtis, Barbara Heise, Valerie Holding, Diane Hoppas, Sandra Ortman, DiAnn Miller, Kathleen Patterson and Deborah Schultz. Miss Reding is co-leader. 400 At Open House ' Some 400 adults and children attended Open House and Silver Dollar Days at the Burt Co-Op Elevator and Lumber Yard Thursday. Silver dollars were given with cash purchases and some over 300 dollars were given during the clay. Gifts of a small wrecking bar were given the men while women received either an ash tray or a rain cap and all were given yard-sticks, pencils, Felco popcorn, and peanuts. Registrars were Jessie Chaffee am} Lulu Hawcott. Fifteen door prize* were awarded to E. C. Benkendorf, Mrs W. W. Boettcher, Norman Carlson, Mrs Bill Gifford Jr., Everett Hanna, Kyle Keith, Mrs Wayne Keith, Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, George Manus, Mrs Luke Me- Guire, Mrs Charles Scott, Mrs Charles Spry, Don Strayer, Kenneth Strayer, and Mrs Wm. Vogel. Mr and Mrs Perry Gross and baby . returned to their home in Des Moines Sunday. Mr Gross , came to get his wife and daughter, as they had spent some time with Mrs Clifford Behrends and other relatives. 'Mr and Mrs-David.D.rMillep.arf. . parents, 'of a daughter •nootn' to ;hem at St. Ann hospital,, Algona Wednesday noon, January 14. The, baby,who weighed seven pounds, 14 ounces has beeiv named Leslea Dawn. Mr,arid : Mrs'.;B. E. Miler and Mrs Jessie Rash are the grandparents. Leslea is the ninth grandchild for both the Millers ind Mrs Rash. ; •Some 35 women, attended a Coffee at the school house Wed- r* nesday after school honoring Mrs Sybil B. Dangelser, kindergarten teacher who is taking a leave of absence! Mrs Dangelser was presented with a gift including also names of some 20 absent women. Mrs Earl Ackerrnan was hostess to Friendly Four Club at her home Thursday. Leona Lovstad and Ella Sigsbee had program and games. They also presented Mrs Bussie and Mrs Cunningham with a corsage in honor of their birthdays which are in January. • The Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Bertha Mansmith, Thutr sday, January 22. Jenny Riebhoff will have devotions and Anna Zanke the program. Oliver Graham, a patient at St. Ann.Algona, following' a broken ankle was brought home Satur* day. Mrs Oliver Campney also came home Saturday morning following minor surgery at St. Ann on Friday. * \ Mrs Anna Reimers and families received word from Mr and Mr$ Carol Reimers that they, , haye named the baby Richard Scott Reimers. Richard is -the lltti grandchild and sixth grandson fog Mrs Reimers. &; The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor the March Qf Drive scheduled for Friday 'even- ,ing, January 23. The Boy Scours will call on ; everyone«b.aying thQ porch light on between\trie||hours of 6:30 and 7:30 that evening. The Auxiliary also plan to give profits from 3 Lion's Club dinner to the drive. . •'••",.•• <Cl HOOD'S SUPER VALU > FROZEN POORS ORE IDA 1 IB. PK<5, "j FRENCH FRIES ORANJIt <• *.-J«f K?K *w ' VI %

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