The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 9
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IM ON QUO f'- ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1957 itl k«**"> ..4^ STOKELY FROZEN FOODS SALE SLICED STRAWBERRIES 4 10 OZ. ft] PKGS. yl CORN OR PEAS 5 PKGS. 89c THIS COUPON GOOD FOR lOc on the purchase of one new recipe Stokely's ?W? MEAT PIE ' CHICKEN • TURKEY • BEEF • 17c And Coupon Expires March 23, 1957 8-oz. Limit one per family Name Address. _ Good Only At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Cash value l/10c. Void if taxed, prohibited by Federal, State and Municipal Statutes THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25c on the purchase of one new recipe Stokely's ?itte&C FRUIT PIE APPLE • CHERRY • PEACH • ""•** 24-oz. 28c And Coupon ' , MW« -X H FRUIT PIE < "~"i" " ^ ' '• Expires March 23, 1957 Limit one per family Name Address Good Only At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Cash value l/10c. Void if taxed, prohibit ed by Federal, State and Municipal Statutes STOKELY'S FRENCH FRYS 9 OZ. PKGS. CU. FOOT UPRIGHT Freezer VALUED AT $400 A} REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN OUR STORE - CONTEST ENDS MARCH 2. TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE AT OUR STORE MARCH 7 REGISTER NOW QURLITy STOKELY'S 6 OZ. CANS Orange Juice * 7 cans $1 HEINZ CATSUP Ige.btl. 19c ..2for39c HEINZ SWEET, 15 OZ. JAR CUCUMBER DISCS COMO TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls 29c NORTHERN FACIAL TISSUE 10c ASSORTED COLORS 200 SHEETS DUNCAN NINES CAKE MIX L PKGS. 49C DEVIL'S FOOD & WHITE DEVIL'S FOOD & YELLOW LIBBY'S PEACHES Halves No. 21/ 2 Tins 3 for $1 FRESH, CUT UP, SHARP FROZEN - READY FOR LOCKER OR FREEZER Spring F: BONELESS, ROLLED Roast OLEO DIPPED ARMOUR'S STAR Sausage LB. ROLL LIBBY'S 46 OZ. TINS TOMATO JUICE 29c LIBBY'S 46 OZ. TINS PINEAPPLE JUICE 33c LIBBY'S NO. 303 TALL CREAM or WHOLE KERNEL Cans Choice Lamb Chops Ib. - 39c Choice Lamb Roasts Ib. - 29c HORMEL'S SLICED, Ready To Eat LB. Potatoes U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS 10lbbag59c COBBLERS 100lbbagl98 RED RIVER PONTIACS 50ibbag1l9 SUNKIST, MEO. SIZE NAVEL Oranges 1 Doz, CALIFORNIA HEAD 2 for 25C Canadian Bacon __ 75c FLORIDA, CELLO WRAPPED Radishes 2 pkgs. 1 LARGE SIZE Grapefruit 1O ROMAN BEAUTY OR JONATHON Apples - - < 4 EXTRA LEAN Ground Beef 3 Ibs. 89c FRESH CUT Steaks "> 49c a Beef Cut & Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge INSPECT THEM IN OUR COOLERS - SELECT YOUR OWN KRAFT, 46 OZ. TINS Orangeade - only Robin Hood Flour 10 Lb, Bag PRICES OOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY INSTANT, Large 6 oi. jar Maxwell House Coffee $ 1.29 1 Ib. Pkg. NABISCO Graham Crackers 37c HOOD'S SUPER VALU 4*^ VOL, 94 - NO, Doan News by Mrs Lee Kiley Friday evening, Jan. 25, Mtf and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family, Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa spent the evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Asa celebrating the birthdays of Fred Asa and his oldest son Philip. Mrs filbert (Mildred) Dunn of DeWitt, Nebraska, arrived on Sunday, Jan. 20 to be with her sister, Mrs Cliff Hoover to help care for their mother, Mrs Nancy Ha in who had been ill for sometime at the Cliff Hoover home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda were Sunday dlnnefl guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter. The occasion was in honor of Donna Teeter's 16th birthday. Other guests ore- sent were Mr and Mrs Ed Larson and Beverly,; Mr andwiMrs Clarence Christensen were lifter- noon visitors. : f$ Larry Kiley, son of Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley has now completed his years of service in 1 the navy. He arrived home on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 30. He received his discharge at Treasure Island, Calif., and left there Thursday, Jan. 24. He spent the most) of his four years in the n&vy on: board ships first in the east on the Atlantic and then in the Pacific area. . i Mr and Mrs Ray Hoppers and Dianne were Saturday evening visitors at the Harvey Larson home. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jennings and family were supper guests at the Clarence Canaday home on Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Lewis Kent were evening visitors also. • Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers and Kirk, Mr and Mrs Ross Struthers and family and Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews and family were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Mertz. Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday were supper guests at the James Spear home on Thursday .evef ning. Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers and Kirk were Saturday evening visitors at the Albert Thorsen home at Ottosen. •,' Congressman Goad's Comments 6th 'District Congressman From Iowa Reports On Washington Activities January 31, 1957 The legislative mill is begin-' ning to grind a finer grist. Thege was nothing much accomplished before the inauguration of the President. Now, however, the committees ,ane getting organized into functioning units and there are already some Trills which are getting to the floor of the House 'and 'being voted upon. Notably. the President's .Foreign Pqlicy request was voted "this week In, the House >and $f carried by a substantial majority. The President already possesses the powers which he requested the Congress to vote on but this gave t<?the world a presentatipn of the unity? of the Congress arid the Administration in facing communism i»n ''' has yet hi •-• -, y. rf- : - '*JR - 'EC' ~ **r*V»^ ;,!(_, which^wm likely 5 forthcoming without too muih delay, ,/; ,',*'.*.* The House Committee en Aa« riculture has beejiyholding hearings this weefc feti {he 'Com' hill which the Administration proposes. This bill calls for a PSS« acreage of 51 million acres and also fpr a floor ot only 70% of parity. • It is also evident tliat if this bill passes in its present form, there ^rjji &§ j^o corn pro." gram 39 a baisic ii^ three years, for corn then will be treated only as another feed grain. And ye?, the Administration says in a prepared statement, "Corn is a basfo crop economically and legally, We have no wish to see it re» moved from the list of basic crops." But «n the other 'hanJ, the very bill which they pre~ confutes the statement. The ministration supports the tob_, program which calls for a«m= w allotmentsi and 90% oi partta supports. Tliey say that it worji and that they desire to contingt but c_wn, and some other basips. are singled out for treatment %$ a much lower level. .* * * iwr«Jy« there w«J b» _ activity on the corn problem, repeat here that the 'com 1 ' is probably the most 'imp piece of iegislatwo for the y, somet and quickly. ne$& to bi of Co»gr«(»

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