The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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SPECIAL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST Lb. ARMOUR'S STAR LEAN COLUMBIA SLICED BACON Lb. LOIN END -ib 37c SPECIAL BEEF SALE Thursday, Friday, Saturday an^l Monday ', ! XTRA GOOD SELECTION OF LIGHTWEIGHT BEEF QUARTERS .-..,-:• 1" '-'•.•'--.•' • Hindquarters - Ib. 47c Frontquarters - Ib. 41c A BEEF Ib. 43c Cut and Wrapped Without Extra Charge — You May Select - , Your Own Beef From Our Big Cooler Stock CUT FOR PRYING OR BAR-B-OUE SIRLOINS OR T- BONES Lb. 79$ FRESH CUT HALIBUT STEAKS Lb. 49$ \ ARMOUR'S STAR XTRA DELICIOUS SMOKED Summer Sausage Armour's Star Skinless, Shankless, Defatted HAM BUTT END Lb. 37c CENTER | I CUTS U)» c Xtra Large, Cut Up, Ready For Pan SPRING FRIES Each 69c DOLE'S CRUSHED, CHUJSK or TIDBITS 'f ;' " $ " " "•' , . t i£i V-. '.ii . • NORTHERN - COLORED or WHITE TOILET TISSUE Rolls TEXAS GREYSTONE 22 to 25 Pound Average Watermelons - Each NEW TEXAS RED POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag 49c Humpty Dumpty SALMON-Ub.Can...J3c FOLGER'S 6 Oz. Large Jar INSTANT COFFEE . ...... J9c Hi-C 46 Oz. Tins ORANGE DRINK - 2 Cans 49c MUSSELMAN'S ALL FLAVORS KOOL-ADE 3 pkgs. 1O$ PURE Bring Your Own Jug CIDER VINEGAR, Gallon .Jc n ocif^kVAiwmk wv v we ASSORTED JELLIES 10 ounce Jars IB FLAVORITE 13 Different Kinds — Mix 'Em or Match 'Em COOKIES Packages GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOOD CANS Powdered 1 LB. BOX BY POPULAR REQUEST! WILDERNESS CHERRY Pie Filling 4 No. 2 Cans $1 HAPPY HOST PEAS No. 303 Tall Cans ^^^^^^V Mlj^^^^r ^^^^^^ SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY North State Frozen STRAWBERRIES - 5 Pkgs. .51 Stokely's Frozen ORANGE JUICE-4 Cans -Atgona (la.) Upper DM MdlrtM , thuwJay, August 6, Otfosen Farmer Home After Russian Tour Oitosen — Percy Watnem, wh(» toured Europe and Russia, arrived in DCS Moines Friday evening. Mr Watnem was met by his wife, 'Mr and Mrs Bruce Watnem of Humboldt. Mrs Jeft Classick of Holmond rind Mr and Mrs Paul Wntnorn and family of Klemme. Lnurfl Worstcr was honored at n surprise birthday party Saturday evening. Attending were Mr ;md Mrs Russell finocksori of Plover. Mr-and Mrs Dtiane Jol- liffc of Humboldt, Mr and Mr^ Boh Munson, Mr and "Mrs Willie Naevo nnd Mr and Mrs Dewey Lnnnirvp of Bradgnto and Mr and Mrs Lorcn Daniel. 500 furnished entertainment for the everting, Mr and Mrs Marvin Wier and, sons of Okabena, Minn, were Saturday and Sunday guests at the parontal Mike Coyles. Mr WirT has been teaching at Oka- bcna for five years but they will move soon to Barnum, Minn, where he will be principal. Mrs Selrtia Nelson spent from Thursday -until Sunday at the iHoward Him rod home at Hum- bpUlt. Their son had surgery on his eye at Lutheran hospital after being injured with a sling shot. Mrs Charles Thudium of Cedar Falls spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs Ivan Evcnson. Mrs Evenson entertained at a coffee for her Saturday. Guests were Mrs Louis Henrikson and daughters, Mrs Ivan Schneider, Mrs Lydia Vesterby of West Bend and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pnnn. Mrs Clara Solberg left Monday morning for Excelsior Springs, Mo, for treatments. The Vinaas family held a reunion at the Commercial Club Sunday. The United Presbyterian Worn- men met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs W. G, Cooper and Mrs Eugene Hofius as hostesses. Mrs Earl Long gave the scripture and Richard Fiete gave the lesson. Mr and Mrs 'Howard Thompson are the parents of a son, Harjand Arthur weighing 9 Ibs. 4 oz, born Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Keith Bryant and three sons of Laguna . Beach, Calif, will spend a year with her parents, Mr and Mrs (Albert ^SBerg- um while Mr Bryant is in'the service overseas. Their son Greg (Bryant was six years old M6n- day. Supper guests at the Bergum home for the occasion were Mr and Mrs Bernie Bjornson and family of Bode and Mr and. Mrs Raymond Holland and family of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Peterson and Jim Thacker left Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs Ray Brummer at Seattle, Wash, for two weeks. Monday evening the N. N. Club _ enjoyed a movie and eating out ' at Humboldt. Martha Usher accompanied Dick Curry and Sharon Naeve from Bradgate' to Cedar Falls Friday for pre-registration at Iowa State Teachers College. Electricians Mate third class, John Struthers is spending a furlough with his parents, iMr and Mrs Virgil Struthers. ' Mr and Mrs Frank Christie of Cedar Falls were 'Sunday guests at the home of Mrs W. E. Hunderitmark. Mrs Christie was a 1957 classmate of Mrs Hundertmark from the school of practical nursing at Iowa City. Mrs Helmuth Wedeking and Marva and Mrs 'Harry Westergard and children of Charles City visited recently at the Albert Thorsen home. The Westminster youth of tho Trinity 'Larger Parish met at the Des Moines Y.M.C.A. camp Those who went were -Eleanor Movick* Donna Struthers, Richard Fiete and Mrs 'Albert Thorsen who is the youth sponsor. Now you Know! The answer io everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: For business reasons I divide my insurance among several agents though I know I'd probably be better off with just one agency.-Is it possible to place all insurance through one agent and have him see to it that the others got their full commissions? ANSWER: It certainly isl Th* arrangement is a common one »nd you'd be safer with on* jpmpeteni agent watching /our whole insurance — jraro. . : if you'll address youy ,. insurance questions to thjt of flee, we'U Jry *q coirect arwwejf 8»d thMf bo no charge or obHfl»!$9n, ! «ny kind, ;••'/ LS. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge ' "

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