FonYOUR MONEYI PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY DEL MONTI CATSUP 17c Large Bottle MRS. GRIMES - 1 LB. CANS PORK & BEANS 3 for 25c STUFFED - 3!/ 4 Oz. Size m Olives 2 jars 49c WEST PAK-No. 21/2 Cans Plums - - 5 for 1 12 Oz. Cans 4% • 4fe 4% Spam - - each 39c HORMEL'S KREAMY WHITE Marshmallows Large 14 oz. Package 19C EXTRA WELL TRIMMED FREE! UP TO $200 INSTALLATION OF AWNINGS R»fli»ter As Often As You Enter If You Win and Already Have Metal Home Awnings Up to $200 In Lawn furniture. JUNE 1 - SATURDAY - IS FINAL REGISTRATION DAY ON THIS ROASTn>39 Canned Picnics 2.59 CENTER CUT Ham Slices PORK STEAK, Extra Lean ., Lb. 49c LARGE BOLOGNA, Armour's Star Sliced Lb. 39c 25 LB. BAG ARMOUR'S SKINLESS, ALL MEAT ROBIN HOOD FLOUR... 1.89 1 VVEINERS 1 WAXTEX IBS. $ HOME MADE HAM SALAD LB. 59C 100 Foot Rolls POWDERED OR BROWN uarters SUGAR 2Lbs. 25c MARIGOLD - ALL FLAVORS ICECREAM..... 1 /! Gal. You Pick It From Our Coolers - We Cut & Wrap To Your Order In 20 Minutes at No Extra Charge. , • - . , . Special Cuts STEAKS For That Outdoor Grill . . . Your Favorite Cut In Aged Steaks, A Specialty. CHEESE - DOZENS OF VARIETIES - CHEESE Philadelphia Cream — Pimento — Cheddar — American — ionghorn — Brick — Caraway — Beer Kaese - Mazzafefta Pizza - Swiss - Blue - Gouda - Kakauna Klub - And Many Others! LARGE PACKAGE 2 for 63c DAD'S ROOT BEER GAL JELLO ALL FLAVORS PKGS. 29C NEW PACK, CALIF. FROZEN IN STOCK NOW I 30 Lb. Cans Sugar Added SEA MIST, PINK OR WHITE, FROZEN Lemonade • can 1O* FLORIDA Half or Whole Igotra ©pper Beg JJlome* AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, VOL. 94 - NO. 22 King & Queen, May Day At Bryant At the May Day program held at Bryant school last Thursday afternoon, Susan Shipley and Bill Wetzel. seated on the throne in the above picture, were named as Queen and King by Bryant pupils in grades one through six. Attendants, who were also king and queen candidates, are left to right, Dick Pratt, John Scuff- ham, David Skogstrom, Tom Waller and Maynard Shackelford; Judy Kearney, Rosalie Harm, Judy Mittag, Virginia Hedlund and Susan Hoover. HOSPITALS May 14 — Charles Murphy. Algona medical. May.15 — David C. Walker, Algona, tonsillectomy; Richard Post, Algona, adenoidectomy; Mrs William Winter, Algona, medical; Mrs Gerald Kramer, Burt, girl, 7-3; J. J. Buscher, Algona, medical; Myrle Waltz, Woden, medical; Roy Haag, Algona, medical; Mrs Weldon Teel, Algona, boy, 8-10. May 16 — Mrs William Fandel, Whittemore, maternity; John Weig, Wesley, medical; John Bierl, Algona, medical;. Walter Woods, Algona, surgery; Ann R. Lighter, Algona, tonsillectomy. May 17 — Emanuel Ostrum, Whittemore, medical; Baby Daryl Szabo, Algona, boarder; Mrs Richard Mescher, Bancroft, medical; Mrs Ray Krebs, Algona, boy, 7-4; Mrs Harold Wille, Algona, girl, 7-7%. May 18 — Baby Carol Muller, Whittembre, boarder. May 19 — Mrs Or Ian Ott, Lu- Verne, boy, 7-2; Mrs Phil Dia- mond, boy, 6-i£. May 20 — Mrs Frank Koppen Algona, meflical; Mrs H. V. Lar son, Burt. surgery; Mrs Harlej Waller, Algona, medical. Rev. Price Plans Retirement Soon Rock Valley — Rev. Nelson A Price, Methodist minister here and a former vice president o Morningside College, is expecting to be among those retiring from the active ministry at the meeting of the North Iowa Annual Con ference in June at Waterloo. Mr Price entered the ministry in New England in 1915. He served in the superintend ency of the Fort Dodge District and pastorates at Sioux City Whitfield Methodist, Algona anc Rockwell City in Iowa, Harvey Rickinson and 'Valley City ir North Dakota and Rangoon in the Burma Mission Conference. It took Washington' and the members of the Constitutional Convention 96 days to frame the Constitution. 8:15 A. M. Chi Wednesday .morning, April 24, a huge semi deposited materials'for a "National" home, to be erected on a pre pared foundation at the corner of McGregor and Mali., streets in Algona. This was the scene at 8:15, after about an hour of work. COMING! ... ON WEEK-ENDS OF JUNE 8-9 AND 15-16 "Open House" of The New 'National Home "Sweetbrlar" As Advertised in Life, McCall's, Look, Ladies Home Journal ... At Corner of McGregor and Main Streets in Algona WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO "NATIONAL" HOMES DEALER NEW CALIFORNIA POTATOES 10«• 49 SUNKIST LEMONS 1 Doz. 49c STOKUV'S StICED FROZEN STRAWBERRIES c " 19$ CRISP RADISHES 2 Bunches 13c •FQUDSTOHH . a sight few people, ever see City Adds 80 Acres To Total Within Algona Algona's city council, which didn't adjourn until 12:43 a.m. > May 16, discussed a variety of topics at its regular meeting-Wednesday night, May 15. A resolution, proposed by Dave Smith several weeks ago for the purpose of incorporating approximately 80 acres of land on ' the east edge of town, was read and passed. It had been tabled and further work done on it after previous discussions. The newly incorporated area, to be known as the Neal Smith . addition, also includes the new East Side School .which is being constructed at the present time. The school is located in a ten acre tract. Plans for water, sewers, lights and streets for the new addition are being worked out. now so every feature will comply with j the zoning and planning commission. .'• •••••'.••••• , • • •• j A:plea by Mrs E; J; Evers Who •? lives On .Johnson street,'for the ~ You are looking at a diamond through the DUMONDSCOPE, our scientific diamond microscope. It not only magnifies, it lights the interior "heart" of the gem, Only customers ol 8 Registered Jeweler can be assured of diamond quality by this instrument. One more 1 important reason why we can guide you to a .wiser diamond purchase. - Amrton Gem Soefof* AIGONAJOWA council to reconsider closing Maple street from Main to Johnson streets was discussed. The plea was declined by vote. The ordinance pertaining to- a uniform building code, which has been discussed in the past, was read and finally approved,: The code is in use in practically every area of the U. S. at present. , It was agreed that final notices should be sent to all property owners who were ordered to install new sidewalks last year. They will be mailed or delivered soon. Township trustees from this area discussed fire protection contract negotiations with the council. No formal action was taken. The plan, which would ncjude purchase of fire-fighting equipment to serve rural areas around Algona, has been talked about for some time. Councilmen passed an ordinance on fire zones that includes changes from the former lay-out, Three zones, including number one, which is the courthouse, were established, 'Zones number wo and three include the rest of he business and residential areas n town. Building permits were okayed or Eugene Furst ($13,000 home m east North st.) L. R. Walker $14,000 home on Wooster st.), Mrs Colwell, Ralph Moe, Q, B. Laing, Robert Lewis, Dallas Klein, Mrs John Deim, Dr. R. W. Heise, Clayton Percival, Algonja Cemetery Association, Myy tl e Turnbaugh, Will Drayton,' A> Huenhold, Alta Qjcley, feywi Richardson, Joe Lichter and Tom Sampson. Mrs Young Head Heart Fund Unit Mrs L. S. Young, Algona, has been named Heart Memorial Chairman for South Kossuth County, according to D?. James W. Culbertson, president of the Iowa Heart Association. In appointing Mrs Young, Dr, Culbertson pointed out that her duties as chairman will be to re» ceive and acknowledge Memorial contribution to the next»of»kin and to send funds received to the Iowa Heart Association where they will be used <« r Heart fte» search, "I am proud to be ablS to serve the people of goutta Kossuth County in this way," said Mrs Young to accepting the appoint, ment. "J know gj n,o more poai* tive way of honoring the memory of a loved one than by < ' " COU8IN8 ,/&*»*'
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