The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
Page 7
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t f- Shop the Store That Gives You More! Everyday LOW PRICES • Dividends In Cash Savings AND PREMIUMS TOO ! ' / & *. JL ji. , & A .> Adte Koirr SHOULDER F REE FEATHERED INDIAN HEADBANDS TO THE KIDS ,, ,, While They Last I Register Receipts! I FRESH PORK HOCKS ..... Lb. WILSON'S BOILED HAM.. Lb. PORK> Luncheon Loaf Lb. 1 Save Two Ways At Our Store lav* t*h*n yew thop fret* th» l»ltcllon en our tlttlvtt - and »ov» your cOlh r*glll«r («c*lpl» towotd th»M bMUtllul WotthM Quarters Cul'And Wrapped Free -'You Select It! HINDQUARTERS. __Lb.49c FRONT QUARTERS. Lb. 43c % A BEEF. _.Lb.45c LAMB - VEAL - AGED STEAKS ALL ON HAND - TELL US WHAT YOU WANT AND YOU'LL HAVE IT IN A JIFFY! > ••—M*M«—•——-i^-iMMW—i^^—• ; ^ B -i-"-'-'"- l> frMHatt**n>i«r-n>-inm«ir«iii —~—• .—-^ .*.....•....,. ....... ~* —,www«<- -«-^'•*"""'*'-~ > " < * - '.«—~— ( HormePs Baeot^ »nys THIN SLICED L^YER No. 1 B AGO 1 Lb. 49c Bacdii Ends 5 Lb. BOX 99c $39.75 $15.95 Cash •mi $39.95 In our cosh rtgUttr r»c«lpH * NATIONALLY ADVERTISED * FULLY GUARANTEED * LIFETIME JEWEL MOVEMENTS * UNBREAKABLE MAINSPRINGS ALSO BEAUTIFUL Swiss Watches and $39.95 In Cmh Rx«lpt« THICK SLICED BACON 2 Lbs. No. 1 98c FREE White Sewing Machine COOKIES afcwsifei.*!*. 1 !*. J*.' &• *«Jj^-«.*ri &*•*- * r( ?. >. .i&*** ,.. .*«• ».-<••>< tao-r •• -c*. — 12 Varieties To ..Choose, T /• ' t . *' ' A?» Packages $ LARGE PAN-0-CAKE ANGEL FOOD CAKES POWDERED or BROWN CYPRESS GARDEN - SWEETENED or UNSWEETENED Grapefruit Juice Extra Fancy QUALITY WASHINGTON STATE WINESAP California SUNKIST, Medium Size Navel Oranges Pick Your Own Sacks. At Produce Bins EACH Oz. Tin WALSH'S Mixed Nuts Large 14 Oz. Tin Fresh Shipment 69* WESSQN or Quart Bottle MAZOLA ODL 59c New. Crop Nevada GREEN ONIONS Bunch 5c U.S. No. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49c Jumbo HEAD LETTUCE eJ."K&i 15c STOKELY'S FROZEN POT PIES ( CHICKEN - TURKEY - BEEF 3 f or 69c TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE TO A HOOD SUPER VALU CUSTOMER Register Every Time You're In Our Store DRAWING APRIL llth Thurtdoy, SKIPPY PEANUT Florida Gold Frozen ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans 89c Family Size Combination PIZZA PIE 20 Oz. Pkg. 98c MARIGOLD - ALL FLAVORS 13 Oz. Jar BUTTER..... 35c NORTHERN WHITE or COLORED Package PAPER NAPKINS lOc PILLSBURY'S Ice Cream 1/2 Gal. c Flour 5 Lb. Bag PILLSBURY'S FRESH BUTTERMILK BISCUITS-IVi Oz. Pkg. Iflc THURSDAY F R I D A Y, S ATU R D A Y & MONDAY SUPER VALU PliNTY OF FRIi, PAVfD PARKIN 0 IN OUR OWN CUSTOMIRIOT Carson Simpson Of Wesley Suffers Stroke Wesley — Carson Simpson was taken to the hospital at Britt one day last week for; medical core. He later suffered a 'stfdke. Many Siucfoni* Horn* *' Students hdme over the Easter weekend included Mary Cruise bt Mason City; Julia Nygaard and Kft-thy Girres of Ames. Donna Bleich, Gloria Wise and Marva Nygaard of Cedar Falls; Charlotte Wise of Des Moines; Judy Pfeffcr and Dean Kleinpeter of Iowa City; Tom Root of Omaha, Neb.; Ellen Root df Rockford, 111.; Kathleen Studer* Mankato, Minn.; Marilyn Hughes* Mankato, Minn.; Bob Richlsmeier, Des Moines. and Janice Richtsmeier of Mil4 vvauket", Wis. ••-'-. Rev. Percy Carlsson, Ruth and Julio Wubben, Philip Seaberg and Roland Johnson attended a Sunrise service and breakfast at the Evangelical Free church at Clear Lake Easter morning. Easter guests in the parental J. P. Studer home Were Kathleen Studer of Mankato, the Stanley Studer family of Blue Enrth, Bill Orthels of Woden, Carol Studer of Algona and the Philip Studer and Cletus Studer families. Mrs John Hughes, Kathy and Marilyn, Mrs Clarence Nelson and Jeanne and Sister Laurita drove to Milwaukee, Wis. Sunday morning. They returned Tuesday. Mrs Phil Ballard and Kevin of Algona were weeeknd guests in the parental Vincent Doughan home. Mr and Mrs 1 Bill Studer and children of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and family, Mrs Jennie Luken of Algona and Mrs Viola Studer were Easter guests in the Gayle Studer (home. Mr and Mrs Roland Waldschmidt and family were Easter guests in the parental Ben G. Studer home, • Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and children spent the Easter weak- end in the parental Will Wall home at Comfry, Minn. » Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hansen returned home last week from Iowa City where he had surgery at University Hospital. Mr and Mrs Fred Bentele, report a new granddaughter, Lorraine Reriee,-born, to Mr and Mrs Donald Beritele of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld ar- i ved home Mdr. 25. from,' a four month stay in San Juan/ Tex. Guests in the L. L. Lease home Saster were Mr and Mrs Loren _ease and baby of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Harold, Miller f Clear Lake. Easter guests in the George Joetz home were Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy, Mr and Mrs Ed Johnson and -family and Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe. Wesley 4-H boys met March 23 with Roger Arndo^-fer. Philip Sea- jerg gave a demonstration and eader Joe Skow gave a talk. Virginia Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe. Miller, .recently completed a course at, a Beauty ollege in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Joe Weig ana Michael and his, cousin, Jerry Weig, spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr and. Mrs Ed Weig and family near Corwith. Jerry is living in the Joe Weig hpme until school is out. • '•Mr and Mrs Harold Smith and family were Easter guests in the Richa'rd Smith home. Easter guests in the Orvilla Weiland home were Mr and Mrs John Weiland of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Charles Weiland • and family of Corwith. They all visited, the latter couple's, 10 •' year old son Dennis, who is a rheumatic fever patient in the Britt hospital. ' . • Mr and Mrs Leo Young arid family of Garner and Mr and Mrs George Kelch and family, Kaha- wha, were Easter Sunday iguests of: Alf Studer. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames, Lorraine Bleich of Adel and her fiance Jerome Gallogly of Des Moines spent the Easter weekend in the Bleich home here: Excavation work began Saturday on the basement for the Kenneth Forburger house, which will be moved from its. present location. 224, 193 Best At t ( •• Algona Lanes Bud Briggs and June Winkel ; , shared kegling honors ^t Algona \ Lanes this week. Briggs ,toppe4 % the men with a 224 line;- which :«-' Mrs Winkel proved to be /,, of the women with » 153 WJ4nt*-| Other women over 18Q Esther Williams 192, Elaine mons 183, Kay Ypigt 181, 1 WLuellw 174, Carol Godfr 168, Elaine Vera 167, Irene ritso.n . toretta Ditswprth 161 «o Murtha J60, i * Men who circle were Winkei jam?

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