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

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•••^••••^••i MpRr OWPWCES NIBLETS-1202. CANS Whole Kernel Corn 2 <<» 25c STOCKTON'S - 24 OUNCE BOTTLE Giant CATSUP each 29e REAL PRUNE - 24 OZ. BOTTLE PRUNE JUICE each 25c GOLD MEDAL FREE • • mBMiBMH $70 FIRE ARROW 26 INCH COLUMBIA BICYCLE REGISTER EACH TIME YOU'RE IN - WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED APRIL 18 CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 13 FLOUR 10 LB. BAG 400 COUNT - CHOICE OF WHITE, YELLOW or PINK KLEENEX 3 for 79c GIANT TIDE PRUNES 2Lb.Pkg. 29c RAISINS .2Lb.Pkg. 39c Peas ASPARAGUS FESTAL BRAND No. 303 Tall Cans lOVi oz. Cans SHIP-A-HOY VAN CAMP'S 300 TALL CANS PORK & BEANS. 2 cans 25c OZ. PACKAGES l Breaded Shrimp. p«£. 47C 43c FRESH, HOME CUT Halibut Steaks KRAFT DINNER 2 for Me Gold Coin OLEO 4 Ibs. 95* NO. 1 NORTH DAKOTA Pontiac Potatoes 1OO 50 LB. BAG S9C RED RIPE RATH'S SMOKED PICNICS...... Lb. Me BROILING OR FRYING Tomatoes CLUB STEAKS ...Lb. 39c ARMOUR'S STAR PURE LARD LB. PAIL Large Tube Package of 4 19C SIRLOIN or T-BONE Golden Yellow Bananas 2 Fey. Delicious Apples 3 Green Onions »* ""° STEAKS bunch 5c VHH HUH IBB MM MM ^m^VMH Quarters ^^ Frozen Foods * - FLORIDA GOLD Orange Juice 6 cans 89c ALL FLAVORS MARIGOLD Cream STOKELY'S PEAS 6 pkgs. $1 ROYALTY CRUSHED Pineapple Cans Cut and Wrapped To Your Order In 20 Minutes — No Extra Charge Ib* 35c VOLUME 25 of Funk & Wagnall's ENCYCLOPEDIA IS NOW HERE Books 16 to 25 on hand. Please Pick Up — They'll Soon Be Gone SUPER VALU III PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FR (DAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ! Algona (la.) UfflSft Matntt- 1fS» Course, first Aid Opens At Burt, Mar. 26fh fiutt — • Mrs Hiram Acker-man, Red Cross Chairman, reports enough peoplo have responded and that a First Aid School will be given in Burt. The first meeting will be Tuesday evening, March 26, with instructors from Algona in charge. This is an 18 hour course and each lessofi will be 2M> hours duration. Meetings will be held at the Burt Conv munity School. Anyone interest-' ed please fcall Mrs Ackerman. This is the third School on First Aid to be given in this comma* nity. Mrs Ray Dremmel is spending some time with her mother, Mra Sperry in Osakis, Minn. Mrs Sperry had surgery there Tuesday of last week. Mr and Mrs L. C, Williams and Mr and Mrs Ken Williams and family of Welcome, Minn., spent Saturday evening with the Don Mitchells. Mr and Mrs L. C< Williams, parents of Mrs Mitchell, recently returned from a six weeks visit with relatives in California. Boy Scouts and officials from Burt and Titonka cooperated in making the line dfrive census used to inventory the major wildlife on 1 the Union Slough National game refuge. Counts were made on two Saturdays "in February under the supervision of Iowa Conservation Officer, Frank Tel- Her and Refuge Manager Harold H. Burgess of Burt. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel visited the James Fredericksona in Alta on Sunday.* Mrs Frederickson is their daughter. Miss Betty Mitchell, student at Iowa University, spent the weekend with her parents the Don Mitchells. The Rummage Sale held last weekend at C. B. Chipmana Furniture Store by the W.S.C.S. was very well attended considering the weather, but more things will be .brought • In tuid selling will continue this week .up to 5:00 p.m. Saturday. The Methodist Church has purchased a Baldwin Spinet Organ and it will be installed this week. The Methodist Circles will meet- Wednesday this week aa follows: Lois, with Vera Schwiet* ert; Mary Volentine assisting. Leah, with Lurena Soderberg and Lydia, with Erma Harvey. The Birthday Circle will .meet with Mrs Lawrence Doege Thursday, Feb.'- 21. Ella Sigibee have program,. •-<. - -v ,>„.,„,,* j Mr and Mrs Jtoland and family ,w,ere Sunday guests at the William- 0ttps ( in Mallard, .Mr and" Mrs Tqm Williamson and family of Fort Dodge were also guests and the occasion was in honor of Mrs Laxrren?' birthday. 49 licenses To New Vehicles A total of 49 new -cars and trucks, have been purchased by residents of Kossuth county during the past three weeks, according to records at the county treasurer's office. Owners and make of vehicles are: . CMC — Bradley .Bros., Algona Plymouth — • George Jorgenson, Fenton; G. HI Powers, Algona; J & L Motors, Algona (2). Ford — Walter Simbnsmeier, Swea City; Dr. Magnus Lichter, Burt; Wilma JCuWmah, Algona; Florence Darby, Lu Verne; F. E. Hagen, Algona; Alden McAdams, Algona; Lawrence Twedt, Swea City; George McVay, truck, Algona; Lawrence Menke, Bancroft; William Hellman, Burt? •Louise Sachau, Titonka; McGuire Bros., Bancroft; D. T. Zentner, LuVerne; Edward ImmerfalJ, Irvington; and Edwin J. or Beatrice Gilmore, Algona, Mercury «•-.' E. A. Glawe, Cor* with; H, J, Hellm,an, Lakota; Harley Troutman, Algona; M. j. Pfeffer, Algona; R. L. Stephens, Algona; and H. V. Becker, Algona. Olds — R, I. Anderson, Ledyard; Lloyd Pratt; and John or Nellie Bockes, LuVerne, Chevrol«t^-Lee Alward, Swea City; Agnes Brophy, Burt; Lawrence Kemna, Bancroft; F. W, Elbert, Whittemore; H. J. Miller, Algona; Rudy Hardt, Swea City; D. L. Flaig, Lone Jlockj and T. H. Chrischilles, Algona. Cadillac ~ Henry Bailey, AJ> gona; and Dr, F. C, Scanlan, A|» gona. SJudebakW —• Eugene Hut* chins, Algona, Chrysler ~~ J & L Motors, Algona; and Leo I. Aulich, Algona, PonJiac — Oliver and Dolda May Lee, Ottosen: Wayne Jones. Bancroft; and E. B. Wilcox, Algona. Ch*y8lejp — ? J & L Motor, Al> gona. Buick ^- Bey Wt ntwwth, Ledi« yard. Podge «. J3, W. Patterson, truck, Bm>t. Old* — John Brandt, Ledyard, Packwd^Rev. Joseph Scholtes, Bancroft, Dodg» «- Randall and Gladys Webb, Swea City; Hid Pwcivtl Motors. Algona. e Bulok ^ ©ftfeert A. ST., Imp, ir m mm - urn WA»f w ,

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