Jltome July 11, 1957 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY AND NEXt MONDAY, as well as July 11, 1957 R| Dik a|us D IN AIGONA FRIDAY & SATURDAY aze:: MARIGOLD LEMON FLAKE i ' < • Ice Cream '/ 2 Gal. 89* •' \ DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY ONLY FREE ICE CREAM CONES JUICE CYPRESS GARDEN PURE JUICE, 46 OZ. TINS Grapefruit or Orange 499 LARGE MB. TWIN-PAK HILAND POTATO CHIPS - - WILDERNESS NO. 2 CAN CHERRY PIE MIX........ 29c FLAVORITE MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM I 8 DIFFERENT ASSORTMENTS IN FLAVOR. . . pkgs. $1 HAPPY HOST NO. 303 CANS CREAM STYLE cans ALL FLAVORS OF Kool-Ade CANNING APRICOTS 12 1.69 CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE POTATOES 1O *• 39< Hi-C 46 OZ. TINS > PITTED, RED, NEW CROP FROZEN Cherries 100 CANS ONLY FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED App. 25 Lbs. In Tins THIS IS A REAL RIDIKALUS PRICE ORANGE DRINK 2149c TASTE RIPE NO. 2'/2 SIZE TINS 4 u PLEASANT FLAVOR - NO. 300 TALL CANS ASPARAGUS - - 5 i si Pork Steak NORTH STATE FROZEN Strawberries & PKGS. $ CAN EACH Swell For Breading Ib. Beef Roast Well Trimmed Ib. 39C SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE Florida Gold Frozen LIMEADE ••••i HORMEL'S THICK SLICED BACON - 2 Ibs. 1.29 (Includes 4 coupons good on 5 piece Stainless Steel Place Setting) FOR FRYING OR BROILING Club Steaks - Ib. 43c TENDERIZED Minute Steaks Ib. 69c OAK GROVE OLEO 4 Ibs. 75c BOSTON BUTT BONELESS PORK ROAST Ib. 33c Beef Quarters Select Yours From Our Copiers Cut & Wrapped To Your Order at No Extra Charge. WE WILL CARRY ALL CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL AND ALSO LAMB ALL FLAVORS REGULAR Jello429 LOAD OF FRESH, JUICY - 20 LB. AVERAGE iVatermel'ns 89 And Up SUPER YALU ill By Russ Waller Dr. Bourne, his wife and son Dill, vacationing in Colorado recently, had that haunting fear of all motorists come true ... they locked their ignition key in the.' car. A ranger told them ho would help, and took Doc to what he described as "the best mechanic in town." The mechanic-had tho door open in a couple ot minutes. "Well, I guess you are the best mechanic in town" saie^ Dr. Bourne after the job was completed. The mechanic looked at him for a moment and added, "and, the only one, too." * * * Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish recently flew to Dallas, Texas, to have a look at their newly-arrived grandson, bom to Mr and Mrs Jerry Beamish. But seeing the new grandson wasn't the only thrill they had. Their plane out of DCS Moines approached a solid wall of black clouds. Over tho plane's loud speaker came tho words "Attention — there's a bit of bad weather ahead — please fasten your seat belts." Ray got his fastened as did Bernico who hardly took her eyes off tho Good Housekeeping maga/.ine she was reading. The plane flevy around trying to find an opening through the- tornado-like clouds, while Ray who was watching tho sky was glad he hadn't eaten much lunch. The pilot flew over a state or two and found a landing field at Fort Smith, Ark. to wait out the storm. After four or five hours delay the plane finally landed at Dallas. Ray said Bernice wasn't a bit scared, "but I can tell you she practically memorized that whole copy of Good Housekeeping to keep from looking out the window." « « » Doc Hoffman, a while back, flew to a dental convention in Atlantic City. At Cleveland he got bumped off the plane and transferred to a different line, which proceeded to'fly all over Pennsylvania and up into Maine, if Doc remembers correctly, before getting him into the Atlantic City area. » * * MAIL BAG: . '' A note from Gcnevieve and Ed Genrich from Duarte, Cal. commenting on recent travel yarn in this column ... they add "this old U.S. is pretty big and affords many interesting sights. We're always glad to get the good old U.D.M." They live at 14U7 E. Huntington Drive, if you get out thut way. * * * A couple of sailors on leave for a day or two in Sweden decided to go to church. Knowing no Swedish, they figured to phiy safe by picking a man sitting in front of them and doing whatever he did. During the service the pa.stor made a special announcement of some kind and the man in front arose, at which the two sailors quickly got to their feet, to bo met by roars of laughter from the congregation. When the service? was over and they were greeted by the pastor ut the door they discovered ho spoke English and asked what had caused the merriment. "Oh", said the pa.stor, "I was announcing a baptism, and asked the father of the child to stand." « * • Fred Kent Jr. and his sister- in-law, Mrs Ken Cowan, were talking while Putty Cowan was listening in on tho conversation. The subject got unto extroverts and introverts and how you could tell which typt; a person is. "What do you think about it, Patty'.'" tho girl was finally asked. "Gosh", said Patty, "don't ask me. 1 don't even krmw what a veil is." * • » Famous Last Line—Gangway; gotta get to Ridikalus Days! Special Speaker Dr. Robert Toussaint of Minneapolis will be a special speuki'r this Sunday at the First Baptist church in tho absence of Rev. Roland Andrews, who will speuk at Deluvan, Minn, that day. Dr. Tdtissaint is head of the Greek department at Northwestern college. HURT Jack Murphy of Guthrie Center had a close brush with death recently when a dragline he was operating touched a high voltgae transmission line, near Wichita. He suffered third degree burns. . 1 > ADVERTISING in tne Algoni Upper Des Moines readies mora families in Kossuth county than any other publication.
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