The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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NORTH STATE P MA BROWN Frozen Foods Cul Green Beans — Fresh Green Sean* -. Baby Lima Beans — Broccoli Cufs — Broccoli Spears -* Cui Corn — Brussell Sprouis — Cauliflower — Mixed Vegetables — Peas — Peas and Carrots — Leaf Spinach — Squash — Suecofash YOUR CHOICE - MIX 'tM OR MATCH 'tM Peach — Apricot — Strawberry or Boysenberry in 12 oz. Jars MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM •- # BUTTER KERNEL, SALE OP Canned Vegetables CORN (CREAM OR WHOLE KERNEL) cans ALL NO. 303 TALL CANS RED Kidney Beans cans PEAS cans MARIGOLD - DAISY BRAND - VANILLA Cream GOOD VALU , SEA PAK - 10 O2. PKGS. Salad Dressing Pt. Jar NO. 1 LARGE Diamond Walnuts >b. bag 49$ OLD FASHIONED Ma Brown Pickles Pt jar NO. 2 CANS - NATIVE Raisin Pie Mix 2 cans 490 CONTADINA Large 21/2 Tins TOMATOES ROYALTY - 7 OZ/TINS Crushed Pineapple ea. IOC Fla vor i te Cookies 49c 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 ***»•••••••*»»+'»*»••»»•»•»»»•»•»•»»» Fish Stick CHOICE CHOICE Chops lb 39c ,...:».' iBH<.•'•„..». . . •.•... ,.•'., -%»,. *..:»-*. ««-v. v,, -•,••• • ','.'"'.; •> - ; r'ii." "U"*«'".V Roasts |b 29c DRIED BEEF - Vi lb. WELL TRIMMED Sandwich — Oatmeal — Sugar — Coconut Taffy (7 Different Kinds) BEEF ROASTS... Lb. Be ARMOUR'S CLOVERBLOOM AMERICAN CHEESE . box ARMOUR'S STAR NO. 1 RED PONTIAC P 50 Lb. BAG 980 FLORIDA, FULL OF JUICE URGE CELLO WRAPPED RADISHES 2 bags 15c SWEET, URGE JUICE: ORANGES DDL LARD ILb.Pail We CELLO WRAPPED PERCH FILLETS.. Lb. 29c Your Freezer For Lent Cut and Wrapped To Your Order — Ready In 20 Minutes. Pick Your Own . • fy A t<>.: i ' Quarter From Our Coolers, Hinds ib. 32c Fronts ib. 28c UROt, ANSEL FOOD 0 - Cak SUPER VALU Algeno (to.) Thuridoy, Feb. 3fl, 19S7 Harlan Elbert At Army Camp Harlan Elbert, above, son of Mr and Mrs Leo filbert, is now in training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. After his basic training he will be at Fort Belvoir, Va. His present address is: Pvt. Harlan E. Elbert, 17485411 (R.A.) U.S. Btry A 2nd Btn. 2nd Regt., A.T.C.' F.A. Box fl9, Fort Chaffee, Ark. New Grocery At Ottosen To Open Saturday Ottosen — Saturday, March 2, Mr and Mrs Chester Alme will have a grand opening and 18th anniversary celebration. The Almes have 'been in the grocery .business in Ottosen for 18 years. They recently moved into their new store which is equipped with many new and modern fixtures. The Alme grocery and its contents were destroyed by fire last fall. Plan Bake Sale Lutheran Ladies Aid will have a bake sale Saturday afternoon, March 2 in the Mayor's office. Mrs K. R. McLuen is chairman. 35th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius observed their' 35th wedding anniversary on February 22. That evening visitors at the Hbfius home included Mr and Mrs Stanley McDonald of Hermiston, Oregon find Mrs Cora BaC'on of Algona and Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family. Sunday •the couple were guests of honor, * at dinner, at the Knut Qppedahl home. . " , , ' f u i %• . *i W«d 28 Years Mr and Mrs Earl Long observed '' their 28th wedding anniversary', ' on February 23. Their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Lange of Cedar Falls came for the weekend, and their son* iix-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode spent Saturday- evening and Sunday there. Mr and Mrs Dean Telford are the parents of a daughter born Friday, Feb. 22 at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The baby has been named Dianne. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and Robert Speich and Karen Imhoff attended the Home and Garden Show at Veterans Auditorium in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards attended ;the convention of the Sheep and Wool Growers Asso elation at Hotel Kirkwood in Des Moines Saturday. -' Tuesday evening Mrs Percy Watnem and Mrs Allan Watnem were visitors at'the Milton Espe home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Qlvin Haug and family visited Saturday evening at the Robert Naeve home at Dakota City. Mrs Earl Long attended a postnuptial shower honoring Mrs Mark Kelly of Humboldt at ; Livermore Friday afternoon. / Mr and Mrs Earl Chambers ot Corwith were Sunday visitors at the Merle Holt home. In the afternoon the Chambers, ajntf Mr and Mrs Holt vJsite-a T at'*flie Betty Devine home at Livermore. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee visited Wednesday evening at the Wai' ter Bakken home at Bode. Robert Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper, was nine years old Saturday and thai afternoon he wa,s ^honored/with a party. Guests wese twelve boys from the third class of which he is a member, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs Essie Cooper and Pamela Cooper, Enjoying an evening of cards Monday at the W, G. Cooper home were Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs Eugene gof- ius, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs K. R. McLuen and Mrs Selma Nelson. Pastor and Mrs Harold Maun* tain drove to Rochester, M»w- Friday to visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscsyp Larson o| Leeds, North Dakota. Mrs Moan- tain's father is a patient at JVIayo Clinic. Mrs Rasmus Olson of LJver. more was a Wednesday evening supper guest at the Donald Usher hqme, Friday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs. Tom Olson and, their gr&nddaujgbtor Marilyn Olson of Bode to help Mrs Usher celebrate her birthday. guests at the wflf0 Mr «oy Teiford and Sunday Sdwwd and Mrt Tetford.

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