The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 8
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J fte.) Upp«r ft* Mdtnti Thursday, April 18, 195? Around Algona Mr and Mr* Wilbur Reinders hnd as their guest over the weekend. Mr S. J. DeHaan of Waterloo. Mrs Truman Simpson attended a stylo clinic for hairdressers tit the Fort DCS Moines hotel on Sunday. I Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener returned Monday moaning from Tampa, Florida where tV'Y hid been vacationing since November. Mrs Mary Lytle and daughter Jeri arrived last v^!- banon, Oregon, where they are visiting Mary's uncle. The trip Was delayed twice when they ran into two blizzards in western Nebraska and were snowbound for several days in two different towns. Mt and MM Bill Quinn of San- croft spent the past weekend visiting with the Moran Higley family in Omaha. Mrs Clifford Johnson and daughters, Maxine and Beverly .spent Sunday evening at tho Clarence Nielson home at Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Alfred Mettger of Lone Rock were Saturday night guests at the Clarence Thilges home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Herman Gade and Frank Thilges were also guests. —o— A/3C Larry Johnson, son of Mrs Cliff Johnson sailed April 6 or. the USS Hancock for Hawaii, the Phillippines and the Far East. He will return to the States in the fall. Larry has been in the Navy since July of 1954. Mr and Mrs William Wegener of Clinton arrived here Tuesday evening. They came to attend Mineral services for their brother- in-law, W 1 . J. Sigsbee nnd are house guests of Mrs Wegener's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Schattschneider. Mr and Mrs Etta Blanchard had as guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schipuill and three daughters of Wesley and Clifford Blanchard and Mrs Lavina Mittli- der of Fort Dodge. —o— Sunday guests in the home of Prank Thilges at Fenton were Mr and Mrs John Met.z and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Harold Steward of Burt, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges arid son of Fenton. Mrs Clifford Johnson entertained at a dinner on Sunday in honor of her daughter, Beverly who was confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll of Corwith, Mrs Nell Wicky, Luverne and Barbara Bartlett, Phyllis Hardgrove and Virginia Dale of Algona. Bob Wright, son of Mr and Mrs Brail Wright of Algona, wa,i named the "Outstanding Ne%v Jaycee of the Year" by the Clear Lake Junior Chamber last week. Bob is manager of the Graham store in that city, and has been chairman of three Jaycee committees the past year. The hono covers the year 1956. | Mr and MM Don Craft had as dinner guests Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs Robert Mann and family of Des Moines, Mr attd Mrs Robert Sheridan and family of Waterloo and Mr and Mr< James Sheridan and family oi Algona. Mrs Mann and Roberi Sheridan are niece and nephew of Mrs Craft. The Manns remained as weekend guests. A dinner was given Sunday. April 14, at the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel honoring their daughter, Linda, who was confirmed at Trinity Lutheran church. Thirty-two frfends and relatives were present. Ih the afternoon guests included Mrs Mathilda McFarland of Swe« City who is Linda's great-grandmother, making it a four generation get-together. Lone Rock Player On So. Dak. Squad A well-known former Lone Rock high school athlete, Leon Marlow, now a student at South Dakota University, has been narrt- ed to that school's baseball travelling squad this spring. I Leon was outstanding in base- ; ball and basketball at Lone Rock. r Your Choice Canned Hams DECKERS OR RATHS BLACKHAWK - Extra Lean IDEAL FOR SMALL FAMILY - 1H Lb. Size ARMOUR'S STAR WHILE THEY LAST PICNICS Short Shank-"Tender" Ib. 33e HAMS Complete Assortment of Sizes and Cuts — ARMOUR'S STAR - DECKER'S IOWANA "Tender" - "Extra Lean" - "Short Shanks" RATH'S MULBERRY LB. BOX ARMOUR'S STAR ALL MEAT SLICED BACON ,.. _ 29c SKINLESS WIENERS ... 2 Ibs. 69c CHOICE CUTS OF LAMB - "CHOICE GRADE" LAMB SHOULDER ROAST 43c LEGS or CHOPS Cut To Order PURE PORK SAUSAGE. I Pound Rolls 33c each LEAN GROUND BEEF "The Best In Town" .._:.... 3 Lbs. 98c FRYERS HENS - TURKEYS CHOICE CUTS MEATS COLD CUTS SNO CROP - FROZEN PEAS ----- 2 pkgs. 33c TOWN HOUSE CRACKERS 29c IN NEW FOIL 1 LB. BOX DULANEY SWEET POTATOES I Syrup or Vac Pack Large cans - 25c STANDBY RED PITTED CHERRIES 4 cans 1.00 CUCUMBERS 2 for He CALIFORNIA CELERY Long Shank 25c bunch CARROTS LG. BAGS 2 for 1/c HILAND POTATO CHIPS ...35c Regular 39c SUN GIRL OLEO... ..4 Ibs. 98c WASHED & WAXED RED PONTIAC POTATOES 20 Lbs. 59c STANDBY FRUIT COCKTAIL Lg. cans - 4 for 1.00 1 pkg. Kraft Miniature Marshmallows 1 can Fruit Cocktail (Buffet) 1 can Crushed Pineapple (7V2 oz.) 2 pkgs. Jello - Choice of Flavors X??c1« T HBffiS WK ,.~ fJ NEAPP « ~ BANANAS - LIMES - APPLES - ORANOiS - GRAPEFRUIT - BROCCOLI - ! •KffiSL 5 ,?? OUT S,;: witw* - GREEN ONIONS - GREEN PEPPERS - CABBAGES - HEAD LETTUCE - TOMATOES ASPARAGUS - RUTABAGAS ~ PARSNIPS - TURNIPS - RED OR WHITE NEW POTATOES - YAMS ONION SETS AND PLANTS - SEEDS - SEED POTATOES lOZOBOtoSJfflllffly^^^ aim MI nmt DIM urn. OKA am om e PRESENT THIS COUPON FOR 25c CREDIT On $5,00 Order DATES EFFECTIVE „ APRIL 18-19-20 i DAILY DELIVERIES Sorensen Groc PHONES: CY 4-3591 CY 4-3192 EAST END GROCERY STATE & PHILLIPS STS. ALGONA antic TrucKload Sale! FOR FRIDAY ANDSATURDAYONLY Red River Valley POTATO Express To East End Grocery Algona, Iowa Red River Valley 'TOP POTATOES' TO BE SOLD RIGHT FROM SEMI-TRUCK At LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES! Buy From Truck At EAST END-U Save Plenty DIRECT FROM RED RIVER VALLEY NO. ,1 PONTIAC EATING POTATOES 10-Lb. SACK FREE! With Every Grocery Order of $3.00 Or More In This Sale Friday & Saturday Only DIRECT FROM RED RIVER VALLEY StlECT RED PONTIAC SELECT TRIUMPH SEED POTATOES Ib. bag 1.19 We Also Have Red Warba, Bliss Triumph, Early Ohio, Irish Cobbler SEED POTATOES-and Seabago and Idaho Russet EATING POTATOES Dressed TURKEYS •... Lb. 39c ST END GROCERY Lot* of Free Parking Spate Here For Ypwr (Ear or Truck STATE * PHILLIPS - ALOONA

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