KOOL-ADE ALL FLAVORS 3 i 106 VAIU COCK-O-THE WAJ.K BARTLETT PEARS 5 Ml DEL MONTE CATSUP -• 6 14 Ounce Bottles MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 5:$1 SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE-Can lOc NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES-5?$1 ARMOUR'S HAM END 12 OZ. JARS A AM GRANDEE, THROWN, REFRIGERATED JAR STUFFED OLIVES - Each ROYAL CROWN COLA Buy 1 Carton —Get Second Carton For-lc' GOOD VALUE Salad Dressing 35* QT. JAR NEW NON GREASY SPRY 3Lb. Can FREE! A Brand New 1957 6 Cyl. CHEVROLET STATION WAGON Will Be Given To Some Super Valu Customer In Iowa REGISTER THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AT OUR STORE (No Purchase Necessary) lOlb. Calif. No. 1 Shaffers WASHINGTON - FOR CANNING BING CHERRIES While TOO Crates Last — Supply Limited h 2.98 SUNKIST, LARGE FRESH, JUICY WATERMELON Every Melon Guaranteed AND UP LARGE TIN 19* •—••»• 1 m -w W •« •* I I«—IITI hl^LX LOIN END PORK ROAST While They Last Thursday, Friday, Saturday While They Last Thursday, Friday, Saturday ARMOUR'S TRAY PACKED SLICED BACON LB. 39c ARMOUR'S STAR BRAUNSCHWEIGER 8 Oz. Chubs ARMOUR'S STAR SKINLESS, SHANKLESS AND DEFATTED WHOLE OR HALF TOft/lE MADE HAM SAIAD Lb. 49c BEEF ROAST, WELL TRIMMED... Lb. 39c Large Stock At All Times — Pick Your Own From Our Coolers. Cut and Wrapped To Your Order at No Extra Charge. HORM5L FRANKS Flavorite COOKIES Sandwich Cookies Van. Sugar Wafers Oatmeal Cookies Van. Sandwiches Sugar Cookies Butterscotch Sand. Coconut Taffy Bars Chocolate Cremes mix 'em up or take all one kind PACKAGE 35c RED DOT POTATO CHIPS Ib. Pkg. 59c HOOD'S PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH JULY 2 Algonci (la.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, June 27, 1957 Funeral For Mrs Sfebrifz Held In Texas Funeral services for Mrs Robert A. Stebrit/, 34, of Fort Worth, Texas, wife of a former Algonan, worn held there Wednesday, Juno 12. Mrs Stobrit/ died suddenly after a five-clay illness of cerebral hemorrhage, Monday, June 10. Horn at Wichita Falls, Texas, April 4, 1923, Etnalu -O'Neal graduated from Paris, Texas, high school in 1039 and attended Texas Tech at Lubbock, where she was a member of Tri Delt and I3eta Sigma Phi sororities. She was married to Robert A. Slebrit?;, son of Mr and Mrs H. W. Slebritz of Algona, March 25, 1954. Mr Slebritz was a pilot in the air force at the time. Survivors, besides her husband, include three sons, Michael, 10, Robert, 7, and Patrick, 3, and a baby daughter, Krislie Ann, 3 weeks; her parents and a brother. Mr Stebritz' parents and sisters attended the funeral. Ledyard Youth Lawyer At Boy's State Stanley Keefe, shown here, of Ledyard, was a recent representative from that area at Boy's State at Camp, Des Moines. Stanley was elected to the office of city lawyer and county coroner following a regular political campaign, and while he had nothing to do as coroner, due to the fact no one died, he got a § chance to defend a client in', court, but lost the case. He was one of hundreds of Iowa youths in attendance during the recent annual event. (UDM Engraving) New Officers, Burt Lions, Are Installed Burt — The Burt Lion's Club neld their regular meeting at the Legion Hall Monday evening, Juno 17. New officers were ins- alled for the coming year by K. J. Smith, past president. They ire President, E. P. Frcclerieksoii; Vice-pros., Ray Dremmel and Don Patterson; Secretary and Treasurer, George Becker; Tail- Twister, Dftle Loekwood; Lion Tamer, Charles Spry. Some 18 perfect attendance awards were ^resented by Howard McMullen, retiring president. The dinner was served by Wilma Fairbanks, Ruth Gorman, Georgia Holding and Geneieve Spry, Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller spent Tuesday at Vacation Village at Okohoji anil Mr Miller attended a manager's meeting there. Mr and Mrs Donald Biersledt and children of Carroll were Saturday supper guests at the. home of the former's grandmother, Mrs Ella Sigsbee. Mr and Mrs Seib Behrencls and Ilia Mae were also supper guests and the Gordon Sigsbees of Algona were evening visitors. Mrs Kenneth Sarchet w a 3 hostess to members of the Jolly Ten Club at her home Saturday. Guests were Mary Sarchet, Mrs Carlson anil small daughter and her skier. Members unable to attend were Clara (iVaham, Mary Beth Hamilton ami Bertha Roest* ier. Mr and Mrs R. L. Moore and children of Story City spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hubert Moore. Others at the Moore home Sunday were Mrs Paul Moore and Mrs Jack Gift'ord, the later of LuVerne. Members of the Friendly Birthday Club spent Tuesday afternoon wifij Rev. and Mrs K. L. Wittkopp at their home in Marcus. Mrs Wittkopp is a former club member and the friends helped celebrate her birthday. The Kidelis Cla.S; Party was held June 2(3 w.'th Char Habeger. Clara Graham had the program. Mrs J. O. Isenberger spent Mond.iy afternoon in Lakota where she attended last rites for Kmory Smith. Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhot'f and children returned Thursday from northern Minnesota. They spent the week with relatives near Pequot Lakes, and visited Mr Vandcrhoff's mother in Minneapolis.
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