The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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GOLD MEDAL Ib. bag 79$ CHARMIN TOILET Roll Pkg COUNTRY FRESH, HOME DRESSED — ^— * ROASTING CHICKENS Ib. 170 •//W&/W r ////'//////////'/////7M^ MA BROWN .••.I GRAPE JAM 12Oi, Jar HEINZ SWEET Cucumber Discs 2 Lb. Tin 1.23 HILLSDALE HALVES SLICED No. 2 Cans GOLDEN BLOOM VISIBLE PACK SEEDLESS RAISINS • *j v <• ... _*• * 2 Lb. Bag i i | PORK Ib. BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST lb.33 VMS///////////////////?///^^^ Trimmed B$ef Roast Ib. "• - ' ' , i '//r//////w///r//y/w?^^^ FREE - Chief Blackhawk School Tablet With | 2 Pounds e OX TAILS - PORK HEARTS PORK TONGUE -FRESH SIDE PORK - SMOKED BACON SQUARES .... Your Choice. 290 ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA Sliced Bacon Ib. 29 GIANT SIZE PKG 79c CURTIS MARSH/WALLOW 2 Pkgs. lOOz. AFRESH SHIPMENT JUST IN ! Halloween Candy All Kinds - Solve That Tricks or Treats Problem ! '§\ DEEP «j*r*.-*-p» MMH^ftf I*,* r,; -Wp «gSV'f» 2 In Tomato Sauce or With Pork & Molasses 14 Oz. ^ Tins &L POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR 1 - Lb. Pkgs. 32 Oz. Tins *-U. S. No. 1 JERSEY SWEET Potatoes /'. : t' Daisy Brand opolitan Vanilla I f M^ 73 NORTH STATE FROZEN FROZEN FOOD NOTES! Did You Know That We Carry FROZEN CHOW MEIN? - It's Delicious . , . . ICE CREAM TOPPING FAMILY SIZE PIZZA PIES T-V DINNERS SNO WHITE MICHIGAN ALGONA UPPER DES MO IN AlGdNA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 195$ GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By 01' Man Mosc A girl betlod all the men in the Grid Guessing for last , Saturday's games. She was Donna Kenyon, 620 So. Minnesota St., Algonn, with 16 correct and a high game total of 56. Sho wins $7. Actual high game was 54, the Oklahoma vs. Colorado contest. Second place, also with 16 right, went to Fred Churchill. 707 Park Ave., Algonn. He wins $5. In n third place tie, and sharing S3 ($1.50 each) are Richard D. Palmer, 407 North Harlan St., and Merrill Walker, 919 Diagonal, both Algona. They each had 15 correct and a high game total of 55 points. On the Honor Roll, also with 15 correct, were Jim Abbott and E. R. Mawdsley, of Algona, and Mrs Arthur Klein of Sexton. Honorable Mention with 14 right goe* to Mrs B. J. Bradford, Lewis Gilbride, Mrs Ralph Moe, Dorothy Abbott, Thoone Duvall, Carol Kenyon, Al Slobe, Gregory Arrowood, Bill Bartlott, W. A. Foster, Mrs Phil Ballard, Mr« Orvilla Kinden, L. F. Rosmann and Mrs Lowell Samp, all .of Algonal Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis: Leona Hellman, Bancroft; and Oscar Sorensen, Fenton. About 100 had 13 games righi. But in solitary splendor for the next week sits William Diers of Bancroft, on the Mourner's Bench, with six right out of 20. See you next week! Honored At Shower Sunday St. Joe — Joan Reding was honored a I. n pro-nuptial shower Sunday'afternoon in SI. Joseph's school hall. The honoree was assisted by her sister Alice Red- ins and Bertha Ber,te and Rosalee Rocling at the gift table. The afternoon was bridge and 500. spent playing Mrs Bob Won- clerly and Mrs Richard McKenna received bridge prizes with Mrs Marvin Reding and Mrs Delmer Plathe receiving the prizes in 500. Mrs M. T. McGuire receiv eel the door prize. A lunch wa served by the hostess. Miss Reding, daughter o[ M and Mrs Frank Reding, will be come the bride of Tom Sawyer son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Saw yer, Oct. 20 in St. Joseph's churc here at 9:30 a.m. TVTrs SylvestM- Wagner and Mrs Sister M. Anialia O.S.F, .to Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, Friday after she spent a m6nth t St. Joseph's convent. Sister M. Bernard O.S.F., companion o Sister M. Amalia, was taken o Xavior Hospital in Dubuque vhere she is hospital supervisor. She is a niece of Sister M. Augus- ine O.S.F. from here. The K. C. regular monthly neeling held Oct. 5 in the local club rooms. Henry Loerwald 'rom LuVerne has reinstated in ,he local council with Connie Kohlhaas and Tom MoKeown as transfers. Committee in charge of lunch included Raymond Kohl- liaas, Richard Thul, Nicholas Weydert, Alfred Zeller, Marcel Reding and Merle Laubenthal.., C. D. of A. Court St. Joseph will .hold their annual chicken supper on Oct. 11 with serving starting at 4 p.m. in St. Joseph's school. Gloria, Peggy and Helen Graham, daughters of Mr and Mrs Jim Graham of Alburnett, are staying here in the ;hojtne .xrf their grandparents, Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, whilectheir mother is in the Cedar Rapids hos- MiJford Plathe took their aunt, pital with a balby brother &jywy^mi&!X0^^ Babies are like a Rosebud Cauliflower, head 29c NO. 1 JONATHAN APPLES PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY Last Week's Winners $39.95 Electric Pers?lotpr to Wm, F. Staler, Wesley, ' •• -,,'.'• Beer te Cl^irenc? piers of Always Somothing Doing At ACORN Squash 2150 SUPER VAUI IN AlOONA A portrait so lifelike in Itt' rosebud coloring, you'll reach ou> your arms for it... so real that for th$ years to come it will reach out to you*; heart. Arrange for your baby to have one of our expert baby photographer* make a portrait in living color,,. Isaacson *' CY 4-2593 Nels & Kay Ijpocspn Cql! us fpr a sitting imm§d' ,, for P«sl,, Mother,, the family for Chri§tma§ gift ? { * Studio ^^r ^ ^K9 ^RP^. ™ v^^r'

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