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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 9, 1957
Page 9
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DEMONSTRATIONS - FREE SAMPLES FRIDAY & SATURDAY ARMOUR S STAR DCLICIOUS SMOKED Thuringer SAUSAGE Pound 59* Special Purchase Sale — One Ton of No. l Whole or Half More For The Money - You Buy No Bone And Less Fat ! ! Boneless ROLLED U. S. CHOICE BEEF 49$ FRESH HAM IB. 59$ HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE ...Lb,29c HORMEL'S FORT DODGE SLICED BACON.... Lb. 59c All Prices — Including Meat — Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday ARMOUR'S STAR GRADE "A", WONDERFUL FLAVOR, SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE CKENS Cut Up and Ready For Pan FOR THAT OUTDOOR GRILL HARCOAL BRIQUETS Also Quick Action Charcoal Starter and Lighter Fluid GOLD MEDAL ' FLOUR.. .5Lb.Bag«c VAN CAMP'S - 300 TALL PORK & BEANS 8for$1 GIANT TIDE Regular Size 2 Pkgs, 63c WILDERNESS BRAND Pie Mix French Apple Pie — Apple Pie Raisin or Peach .... YOUR CHOICi No. 2 Cans ARMOUR'S COARSE OR FINE GROUND KLEENEX WHITE - PINK OR YELLOW 4 400 Count Packages 2 for 15c Fancy Slicing CUCUMBERS ..:.. New Arizona No. 1 Red POTATOES....... 10 Lbs. 49c Jumbo Vine • Ripened CANTELOUPE...... Each 39c FROZEN SEA MIST, 6 OZ. CANS REGULAR OR PINK LEMONADE 2 for 2k FROZEN, NATURE-RIPE STRAWBERRIES. — HOOD MARIGOLD ALL FLAVORS Ice Cream /2 gallon LAST CALL - SEED OR TABLE PONTIAC Potatoes Hard Yellow BANANAS 2 tbs, 29c STOKELY'S FROZEN Chicken - Turkey or Beef Pies 4 FOR s l SUPER VALU ALGONA UPPER DES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1937 Judy Hinckley To Girls State Burt — Judy Hinckley, above, has been chosen by the American Legion Auxiliary to represent Burt at the Hawkeye Girls State to be held June 16 to 22 at Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls. Judy, a junior, plays flute in the High School concert band and the drums in the marching bands, sings in Girls Sextet, Glee Club, Madrigal and Mixed Chorus. She also plays the flute in trio and flute quarteu, She is co-editor of the High school annual and school paper. Judy also sings in the Church Choir and is president of the M.Y.F. Judy is the daughter of Mr and ^Irs Allen Hinckley. Doan News By Mrs Lee Kiley Mr and Mrs Ross Struthers and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman at Dodge Center, Minn. The Doan Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs Ted Hoover Sr. on Wednesday afternoon, May 1. Mrs Sadie Struthers gave the lesson. Mr and Mrs Ross Buffington drove to Pilot Mound on Sunday for a picnic dinner with their children arid grandchildren. Mrs James Ryburn and Cindy yisited at the Bob Hoover home at Britt on Monday of last week and'~she- spent ^-part of ;ihe afternoon visiting with her grandmother in the Hancock County Memorial Hospital. The last meeting of the year of the Doan Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs Bryan Asa in Algona on Monday of last week. AND DON'T MISS THESE SUPER VALUE SPECIALS Armour's Star READY-TO-EAT WB BMi ^H^W* MHB §*HI MM ^HW^ Shank Half Lb. 43c Butt Half Lb. 53c UPTON SOUP Mixes CHICKEN NOODLE or TOMATO VEGETABLE BEEF VEGETABLE or ONION 3 -war \ CADTONl 39c TEA ROT and OOZY iy WWW » UW8N. to* 416. N. T IOX TOP SPICIAIS Lipten '/< Ub. Tea ,--,,.„ 45s Upton 16 TM Sip .**.«« M« Bode Host To 2500 Hi School Music Entries Oiiosen — About 2500 students from 26 schools took part In the class "C" music contest for Large Groups at Twin Rivers high school at Bode on Friday evening and all day Saturday. A. C. Leu* thauser, superintendent of thfc Twin Rivers Community School District was the contest manager, Following are the ratings given local area schools in the differ* ent events: Boys Glee club: those receiving a' I were Twin Rivers; those receiving a II were: Armstrong. In the Girl's Glee club event those receiving a II were: Buff a* lo Center, Swea City, Titonka, West Bend and Armstrong. Twenty-five bands took part in the contest. Those receiving a 1 rating were Buffalo Center: receiving a II Wefe Sentral, Twin Rivers, West Bend, Woden. Titonka and Swea City; receiving a III rating was Armstrong. There were twenty-one entries in the mixed chorus event. Receiving a I rating was Buffalo Center; receiving a II .rating were Sentral, Swea City, Titonka and Twin Rivers; receiving a III rating was West Bend. Mothers Day Program Thursday evening the members of the Ladies Rural Club and the Progressive Club and their guests gathered at the Presbyterian church for their Mothers Day program. Mrs Olaf Bruvik, vice president of the Progressive club, Welcomed the group. Mrs Louis Jacobson responded. Other numbers included a clarinet duet by Leslie Ann Zinnel and Mary Ann McLuen, a number by a girls quartet, Mary Ann Holt, Carie Mae Haug, Leslie Ann Zinnel and Mary Ann McLuen and a flute solo by Mary Ann Holt. These musical numbers were accompanied at the piano by Miss Doris Molander. A skit spelling out the word MOTHER was presented by members from the clubs, Mrs Fred Kampen, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Mike Coyle and Mrs Hollis Cooper. Mrs Olaf Bruvik presented the awards. Fresh carnations were presented to the ladies who were 75 years of age or 9lder, which included Mrs Caroline Telford. Mrs C. N. Welter and Mrs Helen Campbell. Mrs Oliver Kinseth^'a charter member of the Progres.- sive Club was presented the General Federation Pin and a certificate.; of service for 34 years. ; The Rev. - and Mrs Harold Mountain returned home Friday evening following a two week trip to Texas and the "Deep South". Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper have received word from their son Airman Third , Class Gary Cooper that he -is now stationed on Fire Island, Alaska, about sixteen miles south of Anchorage on the Cook Inlet. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Earl Smith and Mrs Albert Thorsen visited at the home of Mr and Mrs George Warrior in Iowa Falls Sunday. The Warriors are former residents bf the Ottosen community. Nancy Hellickson of Hines, 111., spent the weekend at the parental Howard Hellickson home.' Mr and Mrs Oliver "JCinseth visited Sunday afternoon at the Qlvin Haug home. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her mother Mrs Frank Henley at Emmets,' burg, Saturday evening visitors at the DeVere Newton /home were Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlaru Friday Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mrs Hannah Hellickson at Hardy attended funeral services for a relative Charles Beacham at Farnamville. Monday after" noon Mrs Howard Hellickson attended a 4-H leaders and committee meeting at the Legion, building in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover dinner guests at the home of Mr/ and Mrs Melvin Olson on Sun» day. Others present were Mr and Mrs Bob Hoover otBritt an4 Mr and Mrs Lu Hoover of Cor* with and Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and family. Mr and Mrs J. M. Ryburn of Rockwell spent Sunday with their son and his family, Mr and Mrs James Ryburn. Tryputs, Junior legion, May 13 Algona's opening Junior kegipn baseball jtry-out will be hew at the KC Park east of town next Monday, May ||, at 6 p,m. Jim Geelan, coach at St, CeoN lia Academy, will coach the Legion squad, and is In hopes aU boys interested in base-ball will appear for the first workout. The team will play a full atete .pi games, which will be announced liter, Military Honor* Thpsnae Thomas Fwbyj-gw Sr, &«28f *t 1 J* & w * - s *8 BOTC cadetg Scabbard wis

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