The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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Shop Here In Air Conditioned Comfort Plenty of FREE PARKING SPACE HUNT'S GROCERY PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY Apricots No. 21/2 Cans cans MA BROWN'S 12 OZ. BOTTLES Preserves Red or Black Raspberry (Seedless) or Red Raspberry Mix 'Em or Match 'Em . . MRS CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar 39' NORTHERN Toilet Tissue White or Colored rolls Tide I FLAVORITE - 8 DIFFERENT KINDS LGE. PKGS. 5SC COOKIES Mix 'Em or Match 'Em FREE 3 SCOTT-ATWATER 5 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTORS v to be given to Super Valu Customers. Registration Through Aug. 24 — To be awarded Aug. 29. Winners to Appear on KGLO-TV Super Valu Show. ARMOUR'S ALL-MEAT SKINLESS WEINERS (A GRADE A CALIFORNIA QUALITY ALBERT A Turkeys 5-6-7 LB. AVE. 39C READ FOR THE OVEN Packages $ || KOOL-ADE All Flavors IOC FOR Sirloins PURE BULK CIDER VINEGAR Or •ones GAL 49C (Bring Your Own Jug) 69C CRATE OAK GROVE Oleo 5 Pkgs. BEEF QUARTERS Hinds Ib. 39c FROZEN SEA MIST LEMONADE (White or Pink) CAN Cut and Wrapped Without Etra Charge To Your Order. Select Yours From Our Own Cooler Stock. ALL CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL AND LAMB ON HAND ALL TIMES Jumbo Watermelons EXTRA LARGE, RIPE, JUICY, FLAVORED, EACH Potatoes Prizes Include: BARBECUE SET SCOTCH COOLER OUTDOOR GRILL APRONS, THERMOS JUG LOAF, Sliced Pound «c FROZEN NORTH STATE SLICED STRAWBERRIES PKGS. $ ROBIN HOOD FLOUR LB. BAG 490 SUGAR BROWN or POWDERED * •« 39C SUPER VALU Algeria (Id.) Upp*r fat M*M*| Thursday, Augtftt 8, Iff? Achievement, Day, Riverdale~ 4-H Clubs ] St. Jd* — Tuesday, July 30, the Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 4-tt club held their annual achievement day. This was also their Mother-Daughter Tea and Guest Day. The program included a welcome by Alice Illg, judges comments, songs accompanied by Alice Bormann on the pano, cour* tesy and posture skit by Charlene Thul and Jo Ann Erpelding. A style 'show and style review were also part of the program. Patricia O'Brien won in the sen* ior division. Judy Zeiment waa winner of the intermediate division and Sheryl Weydert wott in the junior division. The win* ner in judging was Alice Bormann. She will represent the club at the county fair. Gladys Thul and Julia Wingert were hostesses. Riverdale Rustlers Unit I held their Mother-Daughter Tea and Achievement Day on July 30. Mrs- Wayne Keith, Mrs August Stufler and Mrs Nygaard came in the'mornlng to judge the clothes. They were assisted by Nancy Willfong, Kay Ann Frideres and the leaders. Lois Willfong acted as chairman which began with the welcome by Alice Illg. A skit on posture was given by Charlene Thul. Another skit on courtesy was given by Dianne Reding, Betty Wagner and Jo Ann Erpelding. The judges gave their comments on the clothes and announced the style review girls with Lois Willfong, senior; Ruth Ann Klein intermediate; and Janet Reding, junior winning. A style show followed. Concluding the program a judging contest was held in which all the girls participated. Nancy Willfong won. A lunch followed this with Connie Sinnwell and Betty Wagner serving as hostesses. • . ' Mr and Mrs Willard Burns and family from Council Bluffs spent , the weekend with Mrs Burns' parents, Mr and Mrs John Mertz and sons. i Mrs Ed Freund and familj from Lake City were visitors here with friends on Sunday.'Mr Freund had been an employee at the Peter Bormahns 16 years-ago. Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert, Kathy and Jimmie left on Wednesday for a week's trip through western and southern States. On Sunday afternoon they were • located at the Mathew O'Conner, I home in Parsons, ^Kansas, and told of the death of a brother-in-law, Henry W. Kohlhaas in Algona, . on Saturday,,afternoon,,.'; T '..Mr and Mrs R£y Hey 'and .tam-jr ^ ily from Cedar Rapids were visi-' tors here over the weekend with ; Mr and Mrs John Berte and family. Mrs Berte and Mrs Hey are sisterp. f Peter Erpelding, Alvin Erpeld-I ing and son Nicki returned home on Saturday morning after a week's trip through Yellowstone National Park and several days spent with Mr and Mrs Clarence Erpelding and family in Colorado Springs, Colo. Clarence is a son of Peter Erpelding and a brother of Alvin. Mr and Mrs Stan Eagle, Darlene and Linda. 1 from Algona were Sunday evening visitors in th§ Richard Thul and Sylvester Wagner homes. Mr and Mrs David Bernhard and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family attend-, ed the Elsbecker family reunion' at the Call Park, Algona on Sun* day, Aug. 4. Sister M. Imogene O.S.F, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Klein, and Sister M. Marcelita O,S.Fi; daughter of Ben Giseh of £iyer*' more are visiting with relatives, this week after which they will retujn to Mt, St. FrancisCon* vent, Pubuque, v. M#-"> and Mrs Henry Marr of Spirit Lake and Mr and Mrs J?, D. Schichtl of Estherville spent" Sunday here with cousins, Mj» and Mrs James Doak and Nita, Sue. Nita Sue observed her 7th birthday-on Sunday and birthday 1 cake was enjoyed ire the after* noon, A barbecued supper was . served in the evening. The St. Joe Trojans 4-H club' held their monthly meeting Wed-* nesday evening at the hqme of Jerome Weydert, A schedule was made up in groups of 5 boys to watch the 'barns for 2 hours a day at the Fair. Lunch was served by Mrs Nicholas Weydert follow* ing the meeting. '"* Mr and Mrs Nick Reding, Mr and Mrs Ed Besch and family art of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Boo Reding and family of Algona find Mr and Mrs Bill Rakers ajw| family of Waterloo were Sun evening supper guests in Orvijle Wagner home here. County At Lone Rock Swea Gily •*• There will be i county meeting of the Amej'icaa Legion Auxiliwy it the Legion, Hall in tone Rock pu Tuesday: afternoon, August 13, 'beginning at 2 JJJTC., SMscordttft to an 0% nouncenaent fey Mrs Fero Pets** son, county ehjim U be giY*B ajL% 8 the state •uxJUinr which was A held test we*fc in units are urged to

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