The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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HOOD September 24, 195 NORTHERN/WHITE or COLORED Toilet Tissue 1 ' ,i Rolls NESTLE'S CHOC. CHIPS FOLGER'S COFFEE $119 HUNT'S ICE CREAM CONES FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 2$-26 9:30 A.M. To 6 P.M. MARIGOLD ALL-FLAVORS ENDS Sat., Sept. 27 ! REGISTER FOR 5 FREE HAWAIIAN VACATIONS For TWO ' 69C 2 Regular Size 59c Giant Package CATSUP 1.00 HI-C^- 1^6. 5 TIN ORANGE Drink 2 Cans 49c HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 Tall Can NORTH STATE FROZEN Toastedft-Almond Fudge HAPPY HOST PEAS CORN TOMATOES No. 303 Cans CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup 3 Cans 29c Peas, Corn, Bean's, Broccoli, (Cauliflower, Squash And All Others PACKAGES NO. 1 RED or WHITE NORTHERN GROWN 1 • - ''•"•"• . " ' ' ; ^ ",' Potatoes SHOULDER SPECIAL TRUCKLOAD OF SELECTED VALUES IN BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE ST E A K BEEF ROAST IB, CLUB STEAKS LB. Hindquarters Ib. Front Quarters Ib. Cut And Wrapped For Your Freezer — No Extra Charge PURE LEAN Ground Beef B 45 ACOJIN LOIN END IOC Pork Chops IB" PORK TONGUES - OX TAILS FRESH SIDE PORK - PORK HEARTS TRUCK TO ARRIVE FRIDAY FANCY MICHIGAN JONATHANS Bushel NO.'1 FANCY MACKINTOSH Bushel Basket LUSCIOUS JONATHANS Beardsley Will Head Polio Dime Drive In Area Howard Bcarsdlfiy of Algona has been appointed Kossuth County Director for New March of Dimes for I960, it was announced today by Robert D, Ray, Towa campaign chairman. The drive, will be hold in January. "The people of Kussuth County who helped make the Salk vaccine possible by previous March of .Dimes contributions," Mr Bearsdley said, "have nn even {"renter stake in -this Nt.-w March of Dimes, because one out of four families is affected by these three diseases - the nation's biggest cripplci s." i Swea City Lady On I.S.T.C. Panel A statewide conference on education on Sept. 2(i at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, will have as one of the speakers Esther Charlotte Smith, daughter of Waller G. Smith of Swoa City and the late Mrs smith. Miss Smith, who is supervisor f vocal music in the Charles City lementiiry schools, will be one if three members of a -panel clis- ussinK "A School Plans Its Cur- iculum for Standard 28." The ithcr members of the panel will :>e Dr. Guy Wagner, Director oC lie Curriculum Laboratory, Iowa Stale Teachers College, and W. Dale Chismore, Regional Con- sulunt, Iowa State Department oil Public Instruction, DCS Moines. IBS. 49<S PRICES GOOD THURSDAY; FR IDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY FLAVORITE Cookies All Kinds PKGS, SUPER VALU Mr and Mr. i F. Milder had Dr, and Mrs Bert Stitzel, Mation> as Sunday guests. Irwin Mltfag ha« returned frorff lown City where he had treat* ments at the university hospitsl, [, Mr and Mrs Jame* Sheridan are being visited by their dattghtef "Burinie", Mrs Robert Lorerttz, Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Prank Vera apertt a week ago Sunday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Marion Bur* bank, former* Algonans. Dr. and Mrs Joseph Rooney were visited Monday and Tues» dny by the latter's mother, Mrtf Paul Wagner, Odebolt. Mrs Celia Deal has returned from Brazil, Ind., where she vf$- ited her brother-in-law and sister^ Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins. * , Mr and Mrs John Hornet hail the hitter's brother and sjster-jft- law, Mr* and.. Mrs Leonard Beck, Dickens, as, guests Sunday. Gail Towne, Bill Dau and David Shumway returned Saturday "rom a week of trout fishing In White River, Mountain Home; Training Increases The Algona Community School District board of education granted slight increases in salary to [our local teachers during a meeting at the high school Wednesday night, Sept. 16. The four, Clare Wolcolt, Helen Odgaard, 'Helen Kellcy and Margaret Beringer, received the increases as a result of training completed during the summer or changes in assignment for the new year. Total of the increases amounted to $525. Myrtle Turnbaugh has had as guests Mrs Fred Kennedy arid son Robert, Denver, Colo., who also visited Mrs Kennedy's father Fred Selichnow. ] Mr and Mrs John Thuenle had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Peterrnan, Boulder, Colo., Mrs Maggie Rodesch, Remsen, and, Mr and Mrs Fred Yungbluth, Spencer. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor had the latter's father, Herbert Zielske, Lake Mills, as guest Sunday. They talked via phone to Mrs Zielske who, with her mother Mrs Blanche Janks, Nevada, are Visiting relatives in and, near Los Angeles, Calif. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner> are being visited Ibis week by their daughter Mrs Ruby Boyce, of Toronto, Can., where she is secretary for a "drive-in" chain. She accompanied Frank Walton, vice- president of the Omaha Mutual Insurance company with - offices in Toronto who was en route to • Omaha, He was guest of the Turn- I ers a couple of days. "EVERYBODY AGREES THAT A PROPERLY DRAWN WILL IS SOMETHING NO ONE { SHOULD BE WITHOUT." ! (CHANGING TIMES - MAY, 1959) THIS ARTICLE SPONSORED IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST BY THE KOSSUTH f COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION. ? IN ALGONA 6 Large Bottles (Vi ,Qt,) IQp Regular Price With Coupon " m W ^f ^f Ww ^If ^& wP •|(vi! • Wi* 7 1-" f&f> -ft-

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