The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 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 15, 1957
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^^•••^^^^••••••IIHHBHHHIMMHHHHHIHHBHIBBHHM^^^MHI^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^M DIME and DOLLAR SALE FREE 3 SCOTT-ATWATER 5 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTORS to be given to Super Valu Custo* men. Registration Through Aug. 24 - To be awarded Aug. 29. Winners to Appear on KQLO-TV Super Valu Show. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ft MONDAY Frozen Foods FROST MAID PEAS Package lOc SEA MIST LEMONADE, White or Pink 10c NORTH STATE, NEW PACK RASPBERRIES 4 pkgs. $1 tANQUET BRAND CHICKEN - BEEF or TURKEY PIES 5 for $1 NO. 300 TALL CANS, FINEST - t Pork & Beans - Spaghetti - Dark Red Kidney Beans - Chili & Hot Beans - Red Beans - Butter Beans - Your Choice Each NEW CROP STURGEON BAY RED PITTED CHERRIES NO. 2 CANS $ FLAVORITE - 8 DIFFERENT KINDS COOK Mix 'Em or Match 'Em Packages BUTTER KERNEL Navy Beans No. 300 Tall Cans CHARMIN 60 COUNT White Napkins CAL-TOP NEW PACK No. 2'/2 Cans JUICES - Mix 'em or Match 'em $ TENDERIZED Cypress Garden GRAPEFRUIT ORANGE also BLENDED No. 5 46 oz. Tins cans SHOULDER . FAIREST CLEANSING TISSUE 400 ct. 5 pkg. STAR KIST GREEN LABEL CHUNK TUNA Large Tins 89C PORK ROAST FRESH, ANGEL FOOD LEAN, MEATY PORK HOCKS " 290 WELL TRIMMED Pan-0-Cakesi Beef Each LARGE LIMES 6 for 25c SUNKIST LEMONS Dozen 49c . Ice Cream MARIGOLD DAISY BRAND GAL Watermelon LARGE, JUICY JUMBO SIZE FLAVOR FUL CLUB STEAKS Front Quarfei Cut and Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge • 33C «CH LOIN END A FEW TINS LEFT RED PITTED FROZEN CHERRIES 25- TINS ELBERTA CALIF, PEACHES Pork CRATE 1.98 b. 43 ALL CUTS U, S. CHOICE VEAL & LAMB ON HAND "•.»• •» . i 11. UIUJMBB^WB^^BI SUPER VALU (Id.) Upper D«* Mettttt Thursday, Augutt IS, Shower Honors Bride-To-Be Of Algona Man — Miss Donna Larson was the guest of honor nt a preriuptial shower which was held in the Tmmanurl Lulhor.m rhurch fellowship hall, August 7. Donna and her mother, Mrs Herman Lnrson, were presented with corsages frofn the committee which were: Mrs Harry Rntz, Mrs Mary Hauck. Mrs John Hohen- bc-rger, Mrs Fred Pooch, Mrs Carl Olson, Mrs Jessie Olson, Mrs Edwin and Carl Hanselman. Mrs Ernest Haack and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke. Mrs Edwin Hanselman introduced the program. Carol Olson sang a solo and a reading xvas given by Mrs Luecke of Fort Dodge. Carol Curran of Humboldt, Mrs Irvin Nelson of Dakota City and Karen Hanselman assisted the bride to be in opening her gifts. < Mrs John Hohenberger presided at the punch bowl and Mfd Jessie Olson served the coffee* Miss Larson will-Become the ':'i bride of Ronald Loesch, formerly * of Algona, August 18, at seven o'clock at the Livermore Lutheran church. Lee Jarvis, Donald Rutz, and Ray Stiltz will attend the National Guard Camp in Wyoming, leaving August 17. Nels Landgren, 79, retired carpenter of Mason City died Friday it the hospital in Mason City fol- owing a short illness. Funeral * services were Monday, August I 12, in Immanuel Lutheran church " there. Because of ill health he | ! and his wife mojved from Mason ••' City last year and Jived with his daughter and her family, Mrs Sherman Wickre of Livermore. They returned to Mason City * early this summer to a new home which has only recently been completed. He leaves his wife, wo -daughters, Mrs Sherman Wickre, Livermore, Mrs Harold Fung, Clarion, and a son, Henry T iandgren of Des Moines. The Presbyterian Women Or- ;anization met August 7 with Mrs Carl Underberg. Guests were Mrs Sanders and Mrs Jessie Olson. Members of the Methodist church held a pot luck dinner at the church Sunday in honor of the return of Rev, Worthy Usher and his family as the pastor for the coming year. They were presented with a gift. Delta Dek met August 2 in Humboldt with Mrs Harry Zi- grand for a dessert luncheon. Prizes were Awarded to Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs August Paulson and Mrs Jessamine Mil-i ler. • -' ;"• • •"" --•, . : - • ATS Allan J. Becker son lof Mr and Mrs.Peter Becker is spending; a 30 day furlough -at his home. He recehtly gradup-i ed from advanced, radar school in Biloxi, Mississippi. He will i return to San Francisco August 20. . ; The Hebert McKenna family of Nowata, Oklahoma, spent last week visiting at the parental Tom McKenna home. <" Ben Gisch is a medical patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Elwood Rummens attended the graduation of their son, Bob, from Iowa State College, in Ames. He received his commission as 2nd Lt. tand will report for duty at Fort Bliss, Texas, Nov. 26. Mrs Viola Schultz and granddaughter, Sharon French, of Kalamazoo, Mich., are spending this week at the home of her son and family Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz. Rudy Harie has resigned his position with the Kay Imple» ment Co. and he and his family have moved to.LeMars where he is employed in the John Deere Store. ; Mrs Noble Harris received word Saturday of the unexpected death of her father, Walter Nixon, age 78 of Kingsmans, Ind. Mr and Mrs Harris and fantily left Sunday for the funeral the?e. Beekeepers Of County Picnic The Kossuth county' beekeep. er's picnic was held at the Wai* ter Reidel farm near Burt Sun. day, August '4, In attendance from this area were Mr and Mrs Maurice Keil and family, Ledyard; Mr and Mrs Louis Regner, Ann and George Regner, Swea City; Floyd Inman, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs T. A. Dun» mire and Thea Donna, Titonkaj Arthur Leason, Burt; and Law* rence Reidel, Algona. Mrs Elmer Muller of Laurens baked and decorated a cake for the occasion. Games were play* ed in the afternoon. Chicken Supper At Good Hope The annual Good Hope chicken supper, always noted for real good eating, will be held in the church there Tuesday, Sent, 1Q, with serving to begin at 8 n.m! Served family style, the din. ner will feature chicken and a|J the trimmings. Good Hop© church is located two miles west on highway 18 and five north from Algona. To Vote On Bond* Sw«» City — At its re meeting Tuesday evening * town council set August 28 as the date of a special Section ^ $55,000 bend js8u« for j pal swimming pool. ?eti been circulate} fij wl' 165 voters asked tor t A comijftittee has b*«n. pools ^^•

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