The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 9
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Thursday, April 25, 1957
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on every ifeiffv; FANCY CUTS, WELL TRIMMSD THESE PRICES 6000 THURSDAY, ntlDAY. SATURDAY & MONDAY ' • IN THE PAN - FRESH, BIG, LARGE HORMEL'S ALL MEAT SKINLESS WEINERS 1 Ib. cello 45 ARMOUR'S STAR PURE LARD § mjjjjjj, ^j^. Ib. pail J9 GOLD COIN OLEO 79c GOOD LUCK OLEO — 6c OFF — Cut out coupon and Redeem at Hood's Super Value for 8c Refresh and with REAL GOLD INSTANT ORANGE HAPPY HOST - 46 OZ. TINS 6 oz, cans Each Can of Concentrate Makes 1 Quart £ Hindq Juice 4«ns$l 100 to 125 Lb. Average No Charge For Cutting or Wrapping — Select Your Cuts STURGEON BAY NO. 2 CANS Red Pitted Cherries 5 MA BROWN 12OZ. JARS Strawberry X • BUTTER KERNEL NO. 303 TALL CLUB STEAKS, for Broiling or Frying Lb. 39c MINUTE STEAKS, Well Tenderized Lb. 59c 41 5 $' ARMOUR'S STAR CHOPPED HAM.______ Pound 49c CORN FESTAL, Excellent Quality Cream Style or Whole Kernel No. 303 Tall Cans Early Variety ^ 5 for $1 GOOD VALU - QT. JAR SALAD DRESSING 39c DEL MONTE, 303 TALL SLICED PEACHES.Jfor89c CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE R Colored or White 29e 50 BAGS OF PONTIACS - FOR EATING OR SEED 100 LB. BAGS 1.59 THE SEASON'S LOWEST PRICE 50 L«. BAGS AT .„ 89c SEED POTATOES BANQUET. FROZEN COMPLETE DINNERS TURKEY - CHICKEN - BEEF FOR FLAVOR, ECONOMY, CONVENIENCE 2 NORTH STATE BRAND - MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM - FROZEN FRUITS & VEGETABLES Corn, Peas, Beans, Cauliflower and many other CERTIFIED PONTIACS 100 Lb. Bags $2.69 CERTIFIED COBBLERS 100 Lb. Bags $3.69 SELECT OHIOS 100 Lb. Bags $3.69 CRISP, TENDER. CELLO CARROTS, 2 pkgs... 15c RED POTATOES, 5 Ibs. 29c FLORIDA, NEW EXTRA FANCY WINESAP APPLES 4 Lbs, 69c HARD, YELLOW BANANAS 2 Lbs. 29c Robin Hood Flour 5 Lb. Bags SNOW CROP LEMONADE ................ 2 Cans 29c FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Orange J 6189 49C SUPER VALU Algeria (Id.) Uppsf B«ft , April as, mt Gerald Irmiter Delegate, State F. F. A. Meeting Gerald Irmiter, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Irmiter of Armstrong, is a delegate to the State FFA convention at Cedar Rapids, April 25-27. He is a senior at Armstrong, member of St. Mary Catholic Church and D.Y.O. In school he is a member : of the boys glee club, football squad and four years of FFA. He plans to enter college this fall. The Iowa Farmers degree is to be awarded to 188 FFA boys and election of officers on April 27. 3 Baptisms At St. Joe, Sunday St. Joe -- Rev. Leo C. Schumacher had three baptisms on Easter Sunday, r Stephen Timothy McGuire, son of Mr and-Mrs William McGuire, born on April 13 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Sponsors were Mrs Arthur Plathe and Mark McGuire Jr. Mark Charles Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Bormann, born on April 15, with Mrs Mike Bormann and Charles Kollasch as sponsors. Norman John Fandel, son of Mr and Mrs Francis Kollasch, born on April 16 with Nqncy Crawford and Vernon Bormann as sponsors. Mr and Mrs Laurence Thilges and Mr and Mrs Anton Weydert spent Sunday with-Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel and family near Blomkist, Minn. Mr and Mrs John Dilig and family from Glenview, 111. visited here the past week with Mrs Dilig's father, Frank Hilbert ST. , and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mueller, from WilrftingtprU Illinois, were Sunday overnite gu'est^here'd&i the home of Mr Mueller's sister, Mr and Mrs-Norbert Friders arid family. •••• ;''•'• ; " .' ' '"';••••- /-.• .' : Mr and Mrs N,orbert Friders and family had as Easter Sunday dinner and supper guests in their home, Mr and Mrs Pete Mueller of Whittemore, Mr and ' Mrs Lloyd Mueller, Wilmington, 111., Mr and Mrs Marvin Eischen and family of St. Benedict and Mr and Mrs Ray Mueller and family of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Raymqpd Kohlhaas and family had as Easter Sunday dinner and supper guests in their home Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs John Thuli Mr and Mr& Eugene Thul and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family. Out of Hospital After Accident Swea Ctty—Harold Schwartz, age 34, was released from an Estherville hospital Friday fpl-' lowing a one-car accident Thursday evening about 9:30 on Highway 9 about 5% miles east of Swea City. Unconscious when found, he was taken by ambulance to the hospital where lie later regained consciousness, Hq suffered cuts on his .face and was examined for other possible in-, juries. The accident was reported by Mrs Pete Troff of Swea City,, a passing mptorist. Night Marshal Ray Hurst called the ambulance* and also notified the highway patrol, who investigated. Schwartz, who was alone at the titne and driving east, apparently lost control of his ear, The 1955 Ford* ' which rolled end over end, was totally demolished,' Debaters Win 5 S.U.I. Contests Algona debaters won five of 12 matches during the speech festival at Iowa City Thursday and Friday, April 11-12, Each of the four debaters, Con* nie Priebe and Marilyn Prees* man, negative, and Sharon Powers and Dsrjene Skogstrom, affirmative, were awarded. certificates of excellence. Powers was honored with highest ranking, A one-act play, directed by Harley Waller, was presented at Iowa City Thursday and at Drake U. in Des Momes Friday, No rating has 'been received frojnj Iowa City, but the play was rated excellent at Drake. Karen Hutehins end Sindra PI"" were nominated a performers. The legendary *9ua*«f cf Rome were Romulus and Rewvw, twm forotfcfics sag tto#*e»afl| Mara.

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