The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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"vr Ii ~ V, Jt -' f " t HISTORY MAKING BARGAINS Per WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY George Would Hav* Loved These MEN'S Topcoats REGULARLY SELL FOR $39.95 To $55.00 Choose Prom Our Entire Stock NONE HELD BACK Your Choice "Tfi ilU LOOK AT THESE VALUES If II Pay You To Shop The Hub This Friday and Saturday! 1 Only Black Horsehide Leather Jacket, Size 38 Regularly $21.95 Regular $2,98 Heavy Weight Flannel O| • Sport Shirts, Sizes Small and Medium VI • I 3 Only Men's Flannel Pajamas Size D Regularly $3.98 __.._ 2 Only, All Wool Sport Coats, fleg. price $22.95 Size 36 Boys' Knit Shirts, Reg. Price $1.98 Size 14, 16, 18 ..___: 1 Only White Nylon Jacket Black Trim, Heavy Quilt lined 8-Alflena (la.) Uppft? 0»i Mel Silver Wedding Observed By Couple Hebron Lsk&ta — Mr and Mrs GeotgeJ Gallagher observed ? theft 8ilVe?n weddiftg anniversary oh Sunday || Feb. 15, Open house was held mW- <BJl 1ft .¥*•• •». Ofl Values to $13.95 _-Neckwear Special, Special Group $K50 Ties 5 Only Boys' Quilted Surcoats, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 -' ie/\ $5.76 39c $3.76 Reg. $3.98 __ ,-_- ----Boys' Dress Sox, Size 8, 8>/2, 9, 9'/2, J| Reg. 4 pr. 98c NOW ._ "*for 7 Only Meri's Dressing Robes Values to $13.95 6 Small, 1 Large _ _-_ 76c their farm home 6% miles liortmW west of Buffalo Center from 2 to*. 5 p.m. and from ? to 9 in the eve-H ning. '.. ' ' •• Merit Honors. " >',M Richard Soettcher, senior at Lii-S kota high school, has been com-2 mended by the Nation's! MeriiB' Scholarship Corporation fof hl& outstanding performances on nationwide test of education d_ _ velopment, according to Principal Clayton HelvJck. Richafd is -then 1 son of Mr end • Mrs Clafencel Boettcher of njearj Elmore. ' -'M Trip To Washington - "'•.' Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine arid* their two youngest daughters.* Phyllis and Martha' Elaine, vtenjjB to Washington, D. C. where he i'jjj a delegate from Kossuth Coun*H y to the R.E.A, conventions ,her6. They plan to visit hefH irother and family, the Martin S rlolcombs in Baltimore, and -thiS Cordon Holco'mbs at St. Louis. <£ Wed 55 Years Mr and Mrs S. T. Powers Observe their 65th wedding __ niversary on Sunday, Feb. 22 a1H an open house held at their homelB from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. and frorn'B 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Friends and relatives are cordially invited itc< in. No invitations ar^ a being sent. ';H Homemakers To Meet •! The Lincoln Township • Home-5, makers • Club will meet at theSf home of Mrs Donald Clapper Fri-w day, Feb. 20 at 2:00 p.rrh The lesjn son will be "Buymanship'of ~- - - room Furniture", and a Vale and handkerchief exchange be held. ! ,';i Regimental Ball Guest . i >l Mr and Mrs A. C. Schisse]] drove .to Minneapolis on Monday! to visit their son Joe who attends St. Thomas Academy. Acc'omr, panying them was Miss Sheryi Hertzke who Was the guest of — Joe at the-annual'Regimental--Bal® held at the Leamington ,Hotel|" proceeded by a six-thirty banquet}? TENDERLOIN ENDS v ; •';','• or ROASTS HORMELS lr''AII*Meat MINCED - Lb. F R E E - 1 Lb. Of Sauer Kraut With Each Lb. Of Hormel's All-Meat Franks Both For ... Armour's Star BEEF QUARTERS FRONTS HINDS 8 • H' I : .. 47c S . 53c : 100 -i 110 Lb. Average. Cut and Wrapped For Your. Locker jj Hormel Dairy RINDLESS BACON ___ i. 49c V4 - Or- ' • Whole Slab CHOICE LEGS CHOPS Lamb b 79 89 ASSORTED COLORS, 400 COUNT BOXES JACK SPRiAT FLOUR, Reg. 79c f lOc Coupon In Each Bag, NET PRICE FOR 10 IBS. "'' 69c 6 Oz Jar. . • - . . ,. Lena Gutkenecht attended ;§ Leaders Conference Workship at the Veterans Hall in Algpna. « Exquisite Modern Styling ~ By Heywpod - Wakefield a s c in Folger's Instant 79c Coffee Reg. or Drip sr's ..... 2 Lbs. $1.39 Bake A Cake For George NATIVE CHERRY PIE MIX No. 2 Cans 4 For $1.00 Des Moines Bleach Gal. 39c • MONARCH. PURE VEG. . . Shortening 3 Lb. Tin ., 69c 5 JACK SPRAT COLORED * * Oleo 5 Lb§. , ,: . .. . . 1 .00 * SNO-BOY FROZEN FOODS • Corn • Peas •.Spinach • Brocoli Your Choice 4 FOR Modern bedroom group in beautifully grained north!- ern. white and red birch •woods. Transparent topaz finish. Matching bed, double dresser, chest, and night stand. Start your suite now — and this lovely, fine qaul- ity ensemble will grace your bedroom for many, many, wondreful years to come. T^ E •i** B SEA PA? .RAW OR PRE-COOKED FISH STICKS for SNO-BOY 12 OZ. CAN FROZEN HEYWOOD- WAKEFIE1.D Here is the dining room group you have been looking for. Simple, traditional lines that will endure forever — but modern, in an artistic styling that will always be modern. Same topaz finish as above, in the same fine cabinetmaker's hardwoods. Start with the dining table and chairs — add buffet and other pieces later. j-aMMKitefeftifstet&ttiiefifttsKifotit'Sitttstsesttt ^.SHflH* FURNITURE West Of The Courthouse I Orange Juice • BOOTH PARTY PAK, 1 LB. PKG. p ROUND SHRIMP 89c i ——— ~ m BOOTH EXTRA FANCY, 1 LB. PKG. FROZEN I? STRAWBERRIES 39e """""""""T"™ 1 ™"™™" * BORDENS, ALL FLAVORS, FEATURING CHERRY TART ICE CREAM % 6«l.....- 79c BUTTERCUP CHEESE IMITATION LB. BOX H • • ' P LYON'S CUT. LUNCH .24 Oz.; Quart Jar. - 594 FRESH SOLID PACK Oysters pt S9$ KauKana Club CARAWAY CHEESE 10 Regular 49c Value OZ. STICK v GENUINE SMOKED WHITE FISH Sweetheart TOMATOES . Tiibo DELICIOUS APPLES Royal Purple Extra Fancy 3 Lb. Bag Crisp RADISHES Large Cello Bag Fresh Crisp CARROTS 2-lib. Bags H • • II „ J50TH QF THE ABOVI IUU5TRATEP GROUPS ARE ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW-WINDOWS! YOU ARi ;; * CORDIALLY INVITED TJ? DROP IN AND INSPECT THEM AT YOUR LEISUREI Stsrl w|th 9n* Piece and odd to yoqr beautiful Heywood-Wak^ield group n piece at a time. You'll always take pride in the exquisite quality of Heywood-Wakefield modern furniture.

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