The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 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 29, 1957
Page 9
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I Here's HOOD'S SUPER , VALU BIG LABOR DAY WEEK-END Another Great FLAVORITE (COOKIE • CARNIVAL • Pkgs. For • ASSORTED SANDWICHES • VANILLA SANDWICHES • VANiiLA~oAtMEAL • SUGAR COOKIES • BUTTERSCOTCH SANDWICHES * CHOCOLATE CREME SANDWICHES. • COCONUT TAFFY BARS - MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM - Don't Forget to ask about AGED STEAKS Special Cut For Your Barbecue POW NOW! STOCK UP ON HI-C JUMBO 46'OZ. CANS Orange Drink STURGEON BAY RED PITTED PULL NO. 2 TINS Pie Cherries 4 Winner of Barbecue Grill JEBftY WIENER, But!, Iowa, was the winner in our drawing for ihe Outdoor Barbecue Grill. Congratulations I DOLE'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 13'/z OZ. CANS 2 for 39c •FINEST' BRAND RED BEANS OR ISCO 3-Lb. Can Labor Day Special! FLAVOR-FED Tender, Luscious THIS WEEK'S; STOKELY'S FROZEN Strawberries 5 pkgs. SI SEA-MIST FROZEN LEMONADE can 10c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT Cut Up and Ready for Pan 2-2!4 Lb. COFFEE 1.19 ALL, FLAVORS CHILI BEANS 1 LB. TALL CAN IOC ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^BBHMH^B^H Picnic News I HILAND POTATO CHIPS BIG FULL POUND MARIGOLD Peach Ice Cream KOOL AID 3 pkgs. IQc Picnic News ! VAN CAMP'S Pork 'n Beans ARMOUR'S STAR SMOKED READY-TO-EAT Lb. 1 Popular 16-Ounce Cans For LABOR DAY - SCHOOL DAYS RED - HOT OFFER! MORRELL'S ALL-MEAT SKINLESS teners LARGE PACKAGES TIDI Pound FOR 580 FOR CANNING SURE-JELL rm. 29$ - AND WITH EVERY POUND YOU BUY YOU CAN GET A BALLPOINT PEN For Just — (No Limit) EXTRA CHOICE GRADE A TURKEYS 400 - LABOR DAY SPECIAL - 400 With One Pint FREE! CANNING Pears 1.69 14-Lb. Lug ITALIAN Prunes 1.59 POUND HOME-MADE COUNTRY PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 29c HINDS (CUT-WRAPPED FREE) BEEF QUARTERS Lb. 39c All Cuts U. S. Choice LAMB and VEAL 14-Lb. Lug LAST CALL I LAST CALL Big Jumbo WATERMELONS Ea. LUNCHEON MEAT Armour's Treet CAN 39$ SUPER VALU AIR-CONDITIONED A?§ono (la.) Upper Deft MdlftH Thurtday, August 29. Celebration At Livermore Set For Labor Day Livefmote — The American Legion will hold its annual Labor Day celebration again this year. The clny will begin with a pet parade sponsored by the Auxiliary at 1 p.m. Three judges will award prizes. The contestants will pWfade down main street. The Humboldt VFW ball team is scheduled to play the Whittemore team .beginning at 2 p.m. An added attraction this year will be in the fifth inning when leghorn roosters will be turned loose and all children 12 years and under are urged to try and catch a chicken. There- will be concessions and rides on main st, Frank Jonas and his orchestra will play for the dance at the Livermore Ballroom in the evening. Mrs August Paulson entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at a dessert luncheon Friday. Guests were Mrs Kettelman of Cleveland, Mrs Alvin and Mrs George Lenertz, Mrs Ted Wagner, Mrs Catherine Reed, Mrs Culvert Johnson and Florence Altman. First prize was won by Miss Altman, second high by Mrs Sanders and bingo prize went to Mrs Karl Baessler. Both the Methodist and Presbyterian church will start their services next Sunday, Sept. 1, at the regular hour instead of vacation time. Presbyterian time is 9:45 and Methodist is 9:30. Rev. Donald Heck and family were on vacation last week. Rev. Yonkers of LuVerne had charge of the morning services at the. Immanuel Luthera_n church. Patients going into the office of Dr. Beardsley will notice a new office girl. Mrs Geraldine Potter has resigned to join her air force husband and her position is being filled by Mrs Thurman Pruitt. Mr and Mrs Harold Thorns have moved from the Dick Dunphy tenant home to a farm near Story City. Leon Tome of Osage has accepted a position as parts man at Kay Implement Co. Mr and Mrs John Dilg and family have returned to their home in Chicago. Mrs Fred Struthers is ill at her home in West Bend with pneumonia. She will be remembered as Phyllis Sykes. Her -sister, Mrs Wm. Goetsch of LuVerne is caring for her new* born daughter. ' "• ....... • \ Mr and Mrs John Hauck drove to Pine River last Wednesday to bring home Mr and Mrs Charlea 'Howard. Nancy Mackintosh left Sunday for Havelock where she begins teaching second grade August 26. Mr and Mrs Will Reding of St. Joe accompanied Mr and Mrs Vernon Kramer and Sharalyn to Minneapolis where they visited at the Jacob Germann home. He is Mrs Kramer's 90 year old grandfather. The W. E. Jared family, of Des Moines spent the weeeknd at the parental James Elder home. Those from here who attended the shower in honor of Ann McGuire at the parish hall in St. Joa Sunday were Mrs Dick Dunphy and Mary Margaret, Mrs Alvin and Mrs George Lenertz, Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs Vernon Kramer, Florence Altman « and Mrs Alvin Berte. The L. E. Kay family spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji where Mr Kay attended a cabinet meeting of Lions club officers, Wjltgen Jewelers ho tey*r'r« v no ink bottles! SHEAFFERS aARTRIDOB PBN ,', , 9 nal fountain p$a stop In today end see this great new pen ideal pen end I M /< Wlltgm Jewolen Stoto Strt«f

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