The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 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 22, 1957
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Free — Free BARBEQUE GRILL Re§. $39.9$ Value REGISTER AT THE FOLOER'S COFFEE DISPLAY I TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 Need Not fce Present To Win! Nor Puithase FOLGER'S K To KUMIC TOMATO JUICE NO. 5 TINS 25* HUNT'S ^^ CATSUP...... 2 Lge.Blls.33e TIDE KING SIZE 5 Lbs. 4 oz, pkg PURE CIDER . «c (Bring Your Own Jug) Low Prices is At Hood** Super Vain PRICES QOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY GOLDEN FlUFFO 3Lb.Can89c REMARKABLE BRAND, SYRUP PACKED NO. 2V4 TINS BARRETT PEARS, 3 for 89c WILDERNESS - NO. 2 CANS CHERRY PIE MIX 29c RED DOT - TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS Pound ROYALTY CRUSHED PINEAPPLE IDc 0 r i p G' : n d 7 oz. Tin lolijerjs ' COFFEE WHILE THEY LAST! LAROE ANGEL FOOD PAM-CAKES Each 39c 3 KOOL ADE All Flavors LIBBY'S HAWAIIAN Pineapple Juice 3 46 oz. Cans PARTY PAK, MULTI COLORED Cone Cups — Pkg. of 12 19 17 2 Gallon Jug All Flavors 396 JELLO, LEMON OR STRAWBERRY CHIFFON PIE FILLING ARMOUR'S EXTRA LEAN ^SHOULDER 2 3oz. Pkgs. MRS. CLARK'S Salad Dressing Qt. Jar 39$ WASHINGTON STATE PORK Roast Ib. 33* / Pears 14 Lb. Lug 1.79 WELL TRIMMED BEEF Roast Ib. 39 ARMOUR'S BONELESS COLORADO COBBLER NO. 1 WHITES 10 ibs. 39c COLORADO RED PONTIACS 25 ibs. 98c JUMBO WATERMELONS 25 Lb. Average 89c LAST CALL! California Elberta PEACHES lug ITALIAN PRUNES 12Lb.Box $1.69 Ib, Q Hind LOIN END PORK CHOPS ,Lb. 39c VEAL & LAMB All U. S. Choice Cuts On Hand At All Times - Tell Us What You Want - We Have It I ARMOUR'S STAR URGE SLICED BOLOGNA..LbJc lllllllllUlillllllUHIUIUIHH SHOP HERE IN SPACIOUS, AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Cut and Wrapped To Order At No Extra Charge. Select Your Own From Our Coolers LB. NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES, 5 pkgs. $1 FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE ..icons We SUPER VALU Al§6*<» (to.) Upper Dts Molntf ^Thursday, August 22, 1957 Lassies From LedyardWin i Fair Ribbons Ledyatd — The Lrdynrd Lns» SIPS 4-H Chib fittrmW HIP Faif last week and won the following honors: Bine ribhons on their booth: junior demonstration team of Linda Nits: and Jane EResdal} informpdiate demonstration team, Sandra Johnson and Donna Ingebritson; Linda Nit?: in the junior style revue; Betty Herzog in the judging contest. Individual blue ribbons went :iv Linda Nit?., Caroline Busrh, Vancy Hrrzog, Pam Keil, Betty Herzog and Donna Ingebritson. The following won Red rib3ons: Rose Mary Keefe, Carol Jonlje, Nancy Herzog, Carol Ann Runksmeier, Pam Keil, Betty lerzog and Pam Keil. The club is planning a "Furt 3ay" this Wednesday at Arnolds Pork. W.S.C.S. To Meet The Woman's Society of Chris, tian Service will hold their thank offering service at the church Thursday evening, Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. with Anna Marie Mitchell of Fen ton as speaker, Anna Marie is home from Japan on a year's furlough. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the Berry Seed Co. annual event at Clear Lake Wednesday, August 21. The Methodist Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet this week with the Esther Circle-meeting Thura* day afternoon at the home of Mrs Martha Hagge with Mrs Edward Looft as assisting hostess. The Mary Circle will meet in the evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs Leo Willadsen. Rev. and Mrs C. O. Anderson and daughters Charlene and Karla of Boone called at the home of Mr and Mrs D. B. Mayer Saturday. Mrs Charley Faugust, who teaches, piano at Ledyard Community School recently attended ' the Frances Clark Piano Workshop, held at the MacPhail School of Music in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs William Knoner left Friday for Bancroft, Wise., to be present at the funeral of Mrs Knoner's brother-in-law, Darrell Meadows, who died of a heart attack Thursday. Mr and Mrs William Dorsey of Seneca accompanied Mr and Mrs Knoner. Mr and Mrs William Kopps of Clarion .and Frances Yahnke of i New York City were here Thursday looking after business interests. .. . , Mr and'Mrs John Tillmone^ who are here this week from Des Moines, visited at the Rex Austin home in Titonka Tuesday; with John Hartshorn a'nd Thursi* day night visited at the home of Mrs Elmer Hartshorn,in Algona, Mrs Eunice Dyer and daughter, Irene, who are visiting here from Miami, Fla., went to Blue Earth Friday and met Robert Dyer and accompanied him to his home in St. Paul for the weekend. Mr and Mrs George Thompson visited Mr and Mrs Harold Reba at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Estherville Sunday. •Mrs Gertrude Wiemer and Mr and Mrs John Tillmoney visited at the home of a cousin at Wells Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Ketchell of Babbitt, Minn., are the ppr« ents of a baby girl born last week Wednesday.' Mr and Mrs Leo Meser and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Jim Sabin and Robert, Mr and Mrs Cornie Jurgens and boys were callers Friday evening at the Danny Jorgenson home in honor of Mrs Jorgenson's birth* day, Cards were played and,, lunch was served. s, Ann Marie Ternes came home Sunday after spending about six weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas J. O'Brien at Tulsa, Okla. Mrs Obrien is the daughter of Mr and Mrs L. A. Ternes, the former Linda Ternes. Mr and Mrs J. T. Whitcomb of Morris, Minn., spent the weekend at the J. F. Sullivan home. Mr and Mrs George Thorhpsofl called in Estherviile Sunday on Mrs Etta Andersojn at Holy Fanv- ily hospital, Dan Lynch and Miss J. Iva Moats at the Balmer rest home and on Mr and Mrs Harold Roba at the Good Samaritan rest home. They also called on Mr and Mrs James Welfare. Mrs Von Templehof a cousin of Mrs Ida Darnell and hep granddaughter of Rock Falls, 111, are visiting at the home of Mrs Darnell. Mrs La Verne J. Sifrit and ehil* dren of Estherville came Satur-. day to spend several weeks a$ the parental L. A. Ternes home, Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and, Sandra went to Aurella Sunday to attend the wedding of Mr WU» ladsen's cousin, Glenn Nelson, o| Storm Lake. Harold Herzog was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Pun* day for observation and treat* ment. Mr and Mrs Empry Holmes of Minneapolis were weekend vis» itors at the Cornie Jurgens home, Mrs Henry Frey and Mrs Lena Warner went to Bradgato Sun« day and visited at the James Bur* ris home. Mr and Mrs G. S. Anderson and son of Spokane, Wash., came Fri« ctey to visit at the home oj h-iS sister and family, the Glenn Bur-, row's and to see his mother. Mrg Etta Anderson, who is critically ill in Holy Family hosoitfl, * Mr and Mrs George TMfe|[«a(Mi«a and son moved here last from Swea City io of the local telej Sally

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