The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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< TIDE 290 Large Package L SHOP HERE IN REAL AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT I TO BROIL OR FRY FAIREST FACIAL TISSUE Count 400 KRAFT ORANGEADE BIG 46 OZ. CANS Cans RECIPE ONE POUND. CANS Each CARNATION MILK Tall Cans DOLE'S FRUIT COCKTAIL NO. 303 CANS 4» 95? GOOD VALU SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar 35$ MARIGOLD ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 2 Gal. KOOL-ADE 3 pkgs. IOC ALL FLAVORS DEL MONTE CATSUP 2 LARGE BOTTLES PAN - 0 - CAKES Fresh Angel a Food Each 39 POTATO CHIPS Red Dot |U EH,-, Cello Wrap |Q. rKg. SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE - CAN 106 PURE CIDER VINEGAR Bring Your Own Jug GAL.49c LAST CALL I - RED PITTED WHILE THEY LAST 25 i $4.49 CLUB STEAKS Ib. 49' WELL TRIMMED BEEF ROASTS Ib. 43' 5 PIECE * STAINLESS & A STEH.SCT 1.50 VWTH COUPONS FROM HORMIL -PRANKS 49C ARMOUR'S STAR SHORTIES THURINGER (Summer Sausage) Lb. 596 HOME MADE HAM SALAD Lb. 59c BEEF QUARTERS Cut and Wrapped To Your Order, No Extra Charge. Pick Your Own From Our Big Selection In Coolers. FRONT QUARTERS Lb. 33c EACH U. S. CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL AND LAMB ON HAND AT ALL TIMES! , i,., J .Kiw/*! ,, t ........ . -: ' ' ' -'V " - --• • V/-.^> -^ -;^, *" : ;' , , * v Beat The Heat With Citrus Fruits! SUNKIST VALENCIA ORANGES SUNKIST LEMONS LARGE, JUICY LIMES RIPE, JUICY, 20 IB. AVERAGE WATERMELON 79 Each CALIFORNIA, EL&ERTA PEACHES - LUG tOWEST MARKET PRICE 25 POUND BAG PRICiS GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY SUR-JEL PEN-JEL 2 pkgs. 29c 89C VALU i'UUU-SlOHtS fla.) tJpptr Hit Mefmt , July gj, New Signs Mean What They Say! Iowa motorists are becoming familiar with the new sign, shown above, which are now to be found along state highways, including a number of points in^ Kossuth county. As of July 4, a new night speed limit of 60 miles per hour went into effect, with a day and night speed of 50 miles per hour as. the limit for trucks. Demonstrations At Burt, July 29 The boy's 4~H county demonstration contest will-be held Monday evening, July 29, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Burt Legion Hall. Members will attempt to prove the saying "A demonstration is more valuable than a* thousand words." Teams and individuals from the' following clubs have already made plans to compete in the 1 contest — Algbna 4-H club, jBurti Bombers,' Buffalo Boys, Garfield ? Rustlers, . Grennwood? L a k o t a Lads, Lotts Creek, Plum Creek Boys, Swea-Harfison^-JJnion and- Whittemore. '; > i . * 3 Cases Filed, 'j District Court Two district court suits based ! on collections were filed in Kossuth district court the past week, and one divorce action was filed. 1 Culligan Soft Water is plaintiff with Carl.Garrett as defendant in an action asking judgment for $117.75 on a soft water account. G. T. Berg is plaintiff and Frank Conlan is defendant in an* action for $414.29 based on the sale of gravel. Mary Ann Rich is asking a divorce from John Edward Rich., The couple married June 14,1950, in Algona. Cruel and inhuman, treatment is charged. * , Plum Creek Elite > The Plum Creek Elite 4-H met • July 13th in Jhe home of Joan Ward. Committees were appointed for Achievement Day, Mary Keith gave a talk and Ruth Benschoter demonstrated on Darning.' Agnes ISigsbee gave a talk. Guest mothers were Mrs Stevens, Mrs R. Bode and Mrs Gabrielson. ERROR ~ Two ladies came into the Presbyterian church at Albia recently, and watched interestedly as the cast did'a wedding rehearsal for- the coming centennial observance; there. It turned out they'd com<£ to the wrong church and were/ sent over to the Christian church,' where, they were guests at a real' wedding ceremony. The New England states ars Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode island, and Connecticut. Algona Star

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