The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
Page 9
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Lower Everyday Prices and Premiums, Tftft! HICKORY SMOKED BACO WITH LARGE, ALL MEAT At Regular Priee 49c lb I \ i XTRA LARGE HickORY SMOKED JUICY WEINERS 3 Lbs. 119 MORRELL'S Pure Lard 4 Lbs. 49c WELL TRIMMED Beef Roast 49C HILLSDALE SLICED Pineapple No. 2 Can Tom BUTTERNUT TURKEYS INSTANT COFFEE Large 6 Oz. Jar 79c 12 To 14 Lb. Ave. BEEF QUARTERS, SELECT YOUR OWN .... AGED STEAKS & LAMB ALWAYS ON HAND FLORIDA, NEW CROP - AND WE RECOMMEND IT! Corn - 6 Ears ^ ••• •••• •«•» ^^ 3 Lb. Tin 69C MY-T FINE LAST 'LOAD THIS SPRING! ^/J A ,We,;Slill Have'A Few - Table or. Seed Stock PONTIAC POTATOES In 50 Lb. Bags %888X£Q83^^ SWEET HEA^ iff&tib ^ACKAGE OF 4 RED RIPE TOMATOES FANCY WASHINGTON STATE WINESAP APPLES Puddings _ -» " M^I; i 25c All Kinds WHITE SEWING MACHINE WON BY C. H. BEARDSLEY, ALGONA TENDER GREEN ONIONS GREEN TOP / RADISHES BUNCH FLAVORITE, In Cello Bags POWDERED or BROWN 3 Lbs. 39$ BUTTER KERNEL CUT GREEN BEANS CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS Say* whan you shop from th« wld* •election on oof shelves - and' tave your cash register receipt* these beavtifwl watch** $39,75 919,99 cash (19.95 in wr ,AOV|RTBI» iP MOY0MEHTS $39.95 In in*** • M £tSL%$i. HORMEL'S nwnivici. J ^^^^ CHILI with BEANS3 No. 300 Tall Cans 151/2 Oz. Cans ONE PIE ^fe ^fck -o BLUEBERRIES- No. 1 Can ..29$ GOOD VALUE SALAD DRESSING - Qt. Jar SGOTTIES White or Pink 400 Count STOKELrS FROZEN Beef, Chicken or Turkey Pies FLAV - R - PAK FROZEN RASPBERRIES 5 10 Oz. * Pkgs, $ J| MARIGOLD - ALL FLAVORS Ice Cream 1 /2 Gal ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY SUPER VALU PLENTY OF FR1E, PAViP PARKIN 0 IN OUR OWN CUSTOMER LOT Titonka WSCS Has Election Of Officers Titonka — Election of officers was held at the regulaf meeting of the Methodist W.S.C.S. Apttl 8. Elected for the coming ycarl President, Mrs Clark Miller; vice president, Mrs Heiko Boekefmaft, recording secretary, Minnie Oes-* lerteicher; treasurer, Mrs Arthur* Peterson; Spiritual life secretary, Hazel Budlong; promotion secretary, Mrs Joe Boekelman; missionary education, Mrs Harold Burgess; Christian Social Relations. Mrs Leo Richter: Local church activities, Mrs Wm. Girard. Student work, Mrs Eldon Attig; children's work, Mrs Roy Walrod: liturgy and publication, Mrs Ted Dunmire; supply work, Mrs Dale Higgins; Status of Circle leaders, Mrs John Isebrand; -Mrs Walker 1 McDonald and Mrs Henry,Beed, Mrs Robert Lang. Mrs Earl Stott, and Mrs Bernard Phelos were elected to the nominating committee for a three year term. The Buffalo Township Home* makers club will hold a Rural Urban Breakfast at the home of Mrs Clarence Brandt Friday morning, April 17, to 1 promote better relations between town and country. The Titonka Lions were hosts to the zone Lions club Tuesday evening, April 14, at the school lunch room. About 150 members were present. Art Fogarty of Ames, State Secretary of Lions , club was the guest speaker. Supt. Earl Miller of Britt, zone chair-, man, was master of ceremony. President of Titonka's Lions club, 'Darrell Bess, presided. A total of $162.23 was collected during the Red Cross Drive in March, under the direction ol Mrs George Sachau. Worker! were Maurice Givins, Verlene Mayland, Mrs Leo Richter, Mm Carl Ludwig, Mrs Clarence Isebrand, Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher, Miss Katheryn Kurtzleben, Miss Janice Intermill, Mrs Maty Oesterreicher, Mrs Maggie 'Boekelman, Mrs Edward Harms, Mrs Conrad Schmidt, Mrs Elmer Gerdis and Mrs Donald Kerker. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and, Mrs J. L. Intermill and family. .,., Mr and ;Mrs Richard Temple^ Carolyn and Marilyn of Kamrac visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and,family ,SunA day afterndbtt. T Mrs Madeline Lameroux Hel- -. wig of Montesola, Mont, visited . over the weekend with Mrs Sadie Denton and oilier friends. • She is now visiting at Humboldt and will return to Titonka after . a week's visit. , Mr and Mrs Willis Welp, Barbara, Dick, and, Marybeth . of • Ventura were Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and, family. « Allen Boyken and Michael Nelson were home over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan visited at the home of Gordon's mother, Mrs Viola Swan at Britt. The occasion was her birthday. Cheese Factory To Reopen, Burt An overflow crowd attended a meeting in the-new town 'hall at Burt last Thursday night and was told a cheese factory will begin operation here in mid-May. In charge of the meeting were George Anderson, state food manager for the Kraft cheese 1 company; Clyde Johnson, ownen of the proposed factory, and Ervin Perdue of Hampton, who will manage the plant. They announced that pledges from farmers who said they will deliver milk to the factory were 40 per cent above what is necessary to begin operation. Johnson hopes to open, by 'May 16 in the building that housed ' the old cheese factory. He plana to remodel the building and buy new equipment. ' ,, % SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Henry Looft spent ' Sunday afternoon at the Gerrit, DeWaard home near Titorika., ^ivs Bertha Pommer of Algona, ^yas -f also a guest, ' '* t "/„ The Fenton Legion Auxiliary,.? met Friday afternoon at the homo*' of Mrs Martin WUberg, MT?s|W. r E. Laage gave a report' f on" i Legislation. The group,.selected. '<• Carol .Hanisch from" SejaVal^pljQOl?; to attend Iowa GirlVState-jft be,;/ held at Cedar ~ "* '"' through 20. Mrs of Fenton will be ess. Mrs Rose spent the> of her sister; Crowleys, '. Sells Sw;

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