The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 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 29, 1959
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HORMEL'S NO. 1 DAIRY CENTER CUT, EXTRA LEAN P O R K OPS Ib. FRESH, SLICED LEAN, MEATY FR^SH, FROZEN HALIBUT STEAKS FRESH Spring Fries CUT UP & READY FOR THE PAN Ib. TENDERIZED BOOTH'S ROUND or FANTA1L BREADED SHRIMP oz. pkg; BLUE BONNET ARMOUR'S STAR FRANKFURTER emonstration PORK CUTLETS Ib. Friday & Saturday Only .- Jan. 30 & 31 Try Them — You'll Want To Take Some Homel e (P.S.) We Also Have A Special On Happy Host Sauerkraut __. _________________ - CAN lOc 2 No. 303 Tall STARKIST GREEN LABEL TINS FLAVORITE 3rd WEEK OF OUR BIG ANNUAL JANUARY Beef Sale Cut and Wrapped As You Order At No Extra ' Cost — You Can Select Your Own Quarters HINDQUARTERS Lb. 49c FRONT QUARTERS Lb.43c HALF-A-BEEF Lb.45c FULL Of. LARGE BOTTLE HEINZ CATSUP-- CYPRESS GARDEN No. 303 Tins 59C FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY FRESH FROM THE BAKERY Tea Biscuits ONE DOZEN IN PACKAGE 2 PACKAGES 29£ 12 OZ. REFRiG JAR FLAVORITE FLOUR 1O NORTH STATE FROZEN Vegetables 1 All Varities, Mix 'Em or Match 'Em PKGS. $ V Vt I II •«*« 6 STOKELY'S FROZEN CHICKEN - TURKEY BEEF PIES 3 * 69$ LB. BAG Hi-C ORANGE MF ^HF • ^Bi HHI Large No, 5 Tins 49* I Folger's Coffee 2 Ib. can 1.39 . FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 CANS ALL FLAVORS - MARIGOLD ICE CREAM GAL 89 NO. 1 PONTIAC ^ •• ^^ Potatoes 50 Lb. BAG 96 SIZE LARGE, LUSCIOUS TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 10 - 39 SNOW WHITE ARIZONA CAULIFLOWER LG. HEAD jLQc GROCERY PRICES GOOD THURSDA^ RIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY SUPER VAUI . ( . A14QNA ' * PliNTY OF PRC6 PARKIN 0 IN QUR OWN PAVED LOT .'' m s &wri^ftgstm Wesley Are Honored With Dinner — Member ol file , Hamilton Hatchery bowling team were guests of Mr dhd Mrs Martin Hamilton at A 7 p.fti. dift'Mt* It ^ Fort Dodge, Jan. 23. Guests were Mr and Mrs Al Lofibig, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer, Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson of Britt and Bill Koppen. Attend Showei Mrs Justine Becker, Patricia find Joyce attended a pre-nuptfal shower Sn St. Joe Sunday honoring Lois Wilfong, daughter of Mf and Mrs Peter Zeimet, Miss Wilfong will become the bride .of Bill Borman, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Borman, Saturday, •Janr-31. Mrs Becker and family will attend the wedding in the St. Joe Catholic church and the dinner at the Plantation, Joseph Studer Honored Joseph Sluder was honored at i surprise birthday party in Ms lorne Sunday evening. Five ' iundred was played at three nbles. Mrs Frank ,We11ik won iigh score prize for women and ler brother, Kenneth Studer of Bancroft for men. Will Cosgrove received consolation prize. Roger Studer, who is stationed at Fort Carson. Colo., phoned his birthday greetings to ihis father, Roger and his brother Harry Studer, who was in Colorado Springs, Colo, with his wife on a 10-day holiday furlough from Morocco, Africa, phoned Christmas greetings to their folks." C.D.A. Will Meet The C.D.A.'s will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 4. Servers will be Elaine Downs, Rosemary Dornbier, Kathryn Hamilton, Ruth Mary Hrubcs, Rita Youngwirth and Dorothy Martinek. Entertainers will be Emma Olson, Marie Doughan, Theresa Otis, Florence Hildman, Arlene Carman and Clara Bauer. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 5. Attend Convention Frank Bleich, Henry Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease and' Mr,and Mrs-Lester Larson went' T to Des' Moines Sunday to attend the 3-day Grain Dealers -convenr tion which was held at' the Fort Des Monies Hotel. "Victor Loe^ big andlEd Otis went down, Mori-, day to attend the convention. <, Mr and Mrs Herman Bode attended the 40th wedding anniversary open house honoring Mr and Mrs T. H. Eilers at Mason City Sunday. f ' Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman re-, port a new great-grandson, David Eugene, born to Mr and Mrs Morris Meyers of Milwaukee, Wis. Jan. 16. Mrs Meyers is the former Sharon Kain, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Kain of Algona and they have one other child, Pamela Lee, 13 months old. Mr and Mrs Herman Wise, Ruth and Gloria, joined other relatives at the John Voss home in Algona Sunday for a dinner honoring the 79th birthday of Mrs Voss. Mr and, Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy were Sunday guests at the parental H. G. Hamilton home in Bancroft. Rev. and Mrs C. S. Pederson of Clark Grove announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene Ann, to Arthur Beenken, son of Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken of Britt, formerly of Wesley. A June wedding is planned. ,. Mrs Curtis Quinn had surgery at the Britt hospital , Monday. She has been ill several months; Gloria Wise of Teachers College, Cedar Falls, and Julie Nygaard of Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend here with their folks. Mr and Mrs Henry Larson of Eagle Grove spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs Robert Jones and family. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim took their granddaughtei and niece, Janelle Vogel-to hei parental Don Vogel home al Lohrville Sunday following £ week's visit here. Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson an? Mrs John Youngwirth accompan ied Mr and Mrs Luke Ypungwirti to Camp Sam Houston, San'Aj* tonio, Texas, Jan, 22 for ? severs, days visit with John Y-pungvvfcftJ who is to report Jan. 30 $6 Cajn Dix, New Jersey, for overseas.'as signment. , ' • r f ?i /n41 W,S.C,S. meets February "4 ,'|j the Don Kraus home, jy- 1 "-"*"-Bettie Wester and, Mrs" 1 , ner assisting, Mrs'"OUye" is lesson leader and. Mrs J Price leads devotions,.* Mr and Mrs Joe Bill, Mr and Mrs H<jwa$ and Dean and attended funeral Crystal, Minn." Spark's sister. " The **••" ' has books .,..,, the eorainv

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