The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1957
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CYPRESS GARDEN, UNSWEETENED, 46 02, CANS Grapefruit Juice cans THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25c on th» purchot* of one new r*tipe Stokely'9 ?t«t4t FRUIT PIE APPLE • CHERRY « PEACH * M 24-OZ* Limit one per family And Coupon Expires March 23, 1957 Address Good Only At HOOD'S SUPER VALU Cash Val. l/10c. Void if taxed, prohibited by Fed.. State & Municipal Statutes LIBBY'S 46 OZ, CANS ™ "^^^^^ ^—^™ ^^^m tmmm^ -^^^r-^VHB ^^*^ Juice GOLD SEAL KLEENEX 400 Count Pkgs. in White - Pink or Yellow FOR Black Pepper 29 VELVEETA CHEESE.. 2 Lb. Box Tk BANQUET CHICKEN PIES - - - 5 - $ 1 sWBEw PRESERVES ...... & 4 HB^H| .^ , Pkg TONE'S QUART JAR 33 4 OZ. PKG. 4 STOKELY'S FROZEN 6 OZ. CANS Orange Juice 6 can, 89c | BULK FISH ™S ^"^ ' 5 and TO Ik r«ll« Wr MnM ^ NATURE RIPE FROZEN Strawberries 5 pkgs. $1 REGULAR JELLO, Ail Flavors.... POWDERED OR BROWN SUGAR INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSFCOFFEE 5 and 10 Lb. Cello Wrapped For Your Home Freezer At SPECIAL LENTEN PRICES FRESH CUT ' SEA PAK FISH STICKS 10 oz. pkg. 29c 3. 6 or Jar . Pkg. Jc 2 for 25c v . 1.29 Halibut Steaks ib 49 Shoulder Pork Roast Ib U. S. CHOICE $ DWANS RED CHERRIES, Pitted each 19c ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 50 Lb. Bag 3.39 DOLE'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 5 211 Size Cans T-BONE STEAKS Ib. WELL TRIMMED Beef Roasts u 33° FRESH Pork Hocks . 29C HOME MADE Ham Salad -490 '/2 Gal. Jar Spiced Pickled Herring 1.29 Beef Quarters Florida Grapefruit 10 \s. 39c I Hinds, Ib. 32c Fronts, Ib. 28c Potatoes NO. DAKOTA PONTIACS - 980 NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS 10 Ib. NEW CROP Green ONIONS 2 bchs. Cut gnd Wrapped As You Order and Ready In 20 Minutes. Make Your Own Selection of Quarters From Our Coolers SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES MEDIUM SIZE D«en Armour's WEINERS 3 « $ 1 Pork Brains - FROM OUR MEAT COUNTER YOU CAN SELECT Ox Tails - Fresh Pork Feet — Beef Kidneys - Pork Hearts - Beef Hearts, Calf Hearts - And Many Other Different Items SUPER VALU Algena (to.) Opp«r Dti MetftM* Thursday, March ?, A Muddy Day Al Sexton But Club Plods On By The Village Gossip Sexton — In this unpttfdictable weather it just doesn't pay to clean house before a club meeting. It was a nice but.muddy day for the Friendly Club meet" mg with Mrs Elmer Phillips. President Mrs Everett Steven read a letter her daughter received from a pen pal in England giving a description of the Eng« lish Christmas meals. The difficulty in understanding the different words used was amazing since the English are supposed to speak the same language. A letter was also received from Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach who are spending the winter in Massachusetts with a daughter; They say the weather is damp and cold like Iowa but It doesn't sound like they will be home very soon anyway. Martin sent instructions for his neighbor td cut the grass and water the posies. The March meeting will be 'with Mrs Art Klein and Mrs Jim Johnson. It's not often members miss a Friendly Club meeting but thifl month the four absentees missed for family reasons. Mrs Don Mains took their son, Delmar, to keep an appointment with tha eye doctor. It was just one of those days for Mrs Art Hix with their youngest son cutting teeth and being very unhappy about it. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson had an extra busy day it takes to get a husband ready for a trip. Glenrt left from Des Moines Sunday ,by chartered plane for Washington, D. C. He is the Kossuth County Farm Bureau delegate to a conference with Iowa senators and other officials to give the Farm' Bureau viewpoint on current farm problems. The week's activities will include a tour of the city's historical points and attendance at a, Session of Congress. . Mrs .John Jennings also spent the day doing for her family. She was chief oook for the moving day gang. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday and family moved to a farm near Irvington.' Among the thirteen men helping v werq Louis Gilbride, Harvey.- Larson, Eddie Larson, Tommy Sampson, Virgil Jennings, Leo Sabin-and Jim Spear. Helping with 1 the dinner were Myrna Gregson, Belinda J.enrjings, Jean Canaday, Millie Spear 'an'd Margaret Kent. ^ -A Mr and Mrs , 'John' •'^ennlngs''''' finished tip the i week in grand style by attending a birthday 'sapper in honor of Mrs Jennings at the Willard Gregspn home in Algona Friday.evening, Saturday evening caUe,rs at, the, Jennings' home stretched the celebration for another day. Coming from Titonka were Mr and, Mrs Fred Jennings, Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham, Mr and Mrs Willie Spiker and.Mamie Spiker. ' Saturday evening the town was really jumping as there was also a party on the other side of town at the Elmer Phillips home. Visitors from Lone Rock wer« Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle, Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow and Mrs Will Gifford. ? The Methodist Church at Wes* ley should have keen overflow^ ing last Sunday. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and children planned on hitching a ride to church with the Wilford Wards. Then Mrs Ward's brother and family came from Colo. ' They also decided to go to church. ThejJ *oy Hansens were brought into the arrangement to provide arM other car for the group. Michael and Barry,Huff were baptized at the Trinity Lutnerai Church in Algona and Micha« should be remembered by t congregation aftej; crying "I w« my daddy" throughout the ca mony. The sponsors, Mr ami Mrs Stanley Gardner and Audrey and Mr and /Mrs Eugene HuQ spent the day at-the Clarenqe .Huff home. ...One sign it's getting just a little closer to spring Is the return of former lowans now i J Tlr JnT - wa S?1fu: B Jaqe i' ' MS and Mrs jjm Stebbins and fam« ily came from Arkansas and spent Sunday with Mrs Nell Opheim, Rev. and Mrs Roland Andrews and Mr and Mrs DalS Laws also spent the day,' At least temporary newcomers to Sexton are Mr and Mrs Wayna Qrtman end family of Jolley, They are the new owners of tha trailer home formerly occupied by Blaine Hc4torf, Their wan* for permanent location are no* known at this time but Blaine'I plans for the next three years are well made. He leaves, fat army service on March 15". ? No one moved to town in this case but another new home la occupied, Mr and Mrs Nick Krieps have moved into the re» modeled former Sexton school, Coad Asks Check Of Gas Profits ; .Rep. Merwin Coad, I trict Congressman from last week caM for «a in gation by the House Comi eonamittea o* i WTQIWSed y by N

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