The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 21, 1957
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If ».....; TRUCKLOAD SALE . - -- „_... —— .......— t -*"*•Fruits & Vegetables LARGE FLORIDA - full of juice GRAPEFRUIT - 10 39$ LARGE SWEET JUICE ORANGES - - - 2 ! 55$ NO. 1 CELLO BAG TEXAS CARROTS - - - bag 10$ WINESAP or ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES - - 4 Ib. bag 49$ RED NO. 1 PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Ib. bag SI.09 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 Lb. Bag VELVEETA 2 Lb. Box 79$ REGIStER WITH US EVERY TIME YOU ARE IN YOU MAY WIN A $400 Maytag Freezer To Be Given To One of Our Customers March 7 Contest Ends March 2 mealr *.* ^^41 * *.' \ that WHOLE OR HALF Pork Loins -. Ib. 43C TENDERIZED Minute Steaks Ib. 39$ ALL WELL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST._Lb.Bc SPECIAL CUT CLUB STEAKS Lb. 3k ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED CHOPPED HAM Lb. 49c ARMOUR'S Hindquarters" 33 AND 5 IBS. ARMOUR'S (Regular $2.50 Value) Bacon Free ! We'll Have Your Quarter Cut & Wrapped As You Order in 20 Minutes Ready to take home THIS OFFER GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY SLICED WILSON'S Bacon Ends 69$ All Flavors Top Quality AND ONE PINT FREE!!! LARGE PACKAGE Giant Size 29c MAXWELL HOUSE LGE. 6-OZ. JAR INSTANT COFFEE WILDERNESS NO. 2 CANS CHERRY PIE MIX Mixed Nuts Welch's Shelled 14 oz. Tins 79c MAISON ROYAL PURE BLACK PEPPER 1 OZ. TIN McKENZIE BUTTERMILK 12 OZ. PKG. PANCAKE MIX 2 for 2k 9MMRMP WBHBBBP ^^W^^^^^ ^^^BWI^^^ WWMH^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ SUPER VALU EXTRA SAVINGS Clip & USE These Coupons THIS COUPOH GOOD FOR 25c on the purchase of one new recipe Stokely's ?***** FRUIT PIE APPLE • CHERRY • PEACH 28c 24 H OZ* And Coupon Limit one per family Expires March 23, 1957 Name Address f ~Good Only At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Cash Val. 1/jOc. Void If taxed, prohibited by Fed.. State & Municipal Statutes THIS COUPON GOOD FOR lOc en the purchase of one new recipe Stokely's Finest MEAT PIE | CHICKEN t TURKEY * BEEr| 17e 8-oz. Antl C ' UI> ° 1 Limit one per family Expires March 23, 1957 Name _.., - Address Good Only At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Cash Val. l/10f. Void U taxed, prohibited by Fed., State & Municipal Statute* ALGONA UPPER DES N01NES AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FtMUAftY 91, Titonka Yard Mgr. Moved To Albert Lea Tifonka — Wm. E. froth wchr, manager of the Botsford Lumber Co. in Titonka has accepted a position at Albert Lea, Minn., as manager of Ihe Bolsford yard there. George Helmers. assistant at the yards, will take over as manager in Titonka March 1st. Mr Nothwehr will also assume his now responsibilities March 1st. Mr Nothwehr came to Titonka in .September of 1953. As soon as housing facilities can be found in Albert Lea his wife and children will join him there. Mr Helmers has been an employee since 1953 and will not be new to the Titonka community. Open House Honor Mr and Mrs Wm. Welhousen will be honored at open house at the Fellowship flail of the Methodist church in Titonka, Wednesday, Feb. 27, from the hours df 2:00 till 5:00 with a program at 3:00 o'clock. It is requested by the couple that no gifts be given. Those from Titonka attending the Ruby Smith - Gene Peterson wedding at Harcourt Sunday were Mr and Mrs Earliest Peterson, Richard, Merle and Larry. Mr and Mrs Lowell Bentley and Lois, Mr and Mrs George Peterson, Mrs Arthur Peterson, Mr and Mrs -Wm. Peterson, Mr and Mrs Jerry Wubben, Mr and Mrs John Isebrand and family, Mt and Mrs Glenn Miller and daughters, Mr and Mrs Tom Young, Mr and l^rs Irvin Schmidt, George Uken, Frank Ullmann and Wm. Smidt, Collene Rippentrop, daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop, flew from Minneapolis to St. Petersburg, Florida, Saturday to visit 10 days with her grandmother who is visiting there for the winter. A series of moving has started around Titonka as March approaches. Mr and Mrs Menno Everding have moved in their home in Titonka, The Wm. Everd- ings moved Thursday into the Menno Everding home and Mr and Mrs Lake Polton of Titonka moved Saturday into the house on the farm, five miles north of Titonka where the Wm. Everding family lived. • , . Mr and Mrs Jerry Thompson of LaCrosse announce the engagement of Mr Thompson's sister Nancy, daughter of the late Mr Jayne's Coining- Jayne Mansfield, above it co« darted with Tom Ewell In in* "rock 'n roll" comedy.hit with music, playing Sunday through Tuesday at the Algona theatre. and Mrs Jerry Thompson, to David A. Honken, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Honken of Titonka. Mr Honken is serving in th$ armed forces at Ft, Riley, Kan., and will complete his military service April 12. Kendall Ray Weiland, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond R. Weiland, arrived home after being honorably released from active duty from' the U.S. Navy after serving four years. Mr and Mrs Kensy Korte and Sharla were Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mrs Korte's parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Baade. Those assisting with the moving of the Menno Everding family Thursday were: Mr and Mrs Lawrence Balvance, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kruse, John Rippen- • trop, Wm. L. Rtode, Arthur Rode, and Mrs George Sachau who helped with the noon meal. Doris Hipp,) daughter of Mrs Reca Hipp spent the weekend at the home o'f her mother and other friends in Titonka. A mother < and daughter banquet was held at the Titonka Methodist Church Wednesday evening, Feb. 20. Quest speaker was the Iowa Polio Mother of the year, Mrs / George Pallesett of Ringsted; 'Master of Ceremonies was Mrs CferlF. Callies. The Titpnka Lions (?Club •, entertained ,*theii? wives at a ning dinner held in. 'Forest Thursday/evening, Feb. 14. There were 48/present with MdjTls Givens, ; Titonka's rural rijall carrier ns master of ceremonies. St. Michael's Parish - Whittemore BAZAAR & DINNER SUNDAY, FEB. 24 Serving To Start A* 5:00 O'clock ADULTS: $1.00 CHILDREN: 50c COME IN...See the] POWER LINE for '57 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 1417 E. Commercial St. Phone Let us show you how New Formal!® and International 9 Tractors can.,, Put Power To Better Use on your form Well be glad to demonstrate your choice of "America's Top Ten"! 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