The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 9
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tf£ Vb fl it Potatoes WHITE CHEROKEES 25 Ib. bag - 89c here's MO R n RED PONTIACS 25 Ib. bag - 98c \v t*.-*-1 $ SNOW WHITE CALIFORNIA CAULIFLOWER head 29c ,8^/3 «•! $ CALIFORNIA FLAME TOKAY GRAPES..2Lbs, 25c FALL BEEF SALE STILL GOING STRONG We Srtvite you to inspect our coolers, pick your own; we cut to your order at no extra charge. You name it; We have it. Half - A - Beef Ib. 37 FRONT QARTER.Lb. 35c HIND QUARTER.Lb. tic COLORADO NO. 1 A WHOLE TRUCKLOAD IN AND LAST OF THE SEASON AT A SLAM BANG PRICE LUG Well Trimmed HOME SLICED Dried Beef Lb. Mb.45c Lb. 23c BISQUICK Large 40 et. Pkg. 39C Van Camp'* GRATED TUNA LG. TINS Heinz 14 oz. Bottles CATSUP RATH'S BLACKHAWK, Ready - To - Eat Shank or Butt Half i Lb. Finest PORK & BEANS 300 Tall CANS REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN STORE FOR MINK FUR SCARF TO BE GIVEN AWAY OCT. 10 Luncheon Meat CYPRESS GARDEN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE LB. FRESH PORK HOCKS... Lb. 27c Ox Tails — Fresh Pork Feet — Beef Hearts — Beef Tongues Soup Bones — Pork or Beef Liver All Kinds, Gerber's STRAINED BABY FOODS AGED STEAKS CANS or ORANGE JUICE CHOICE CUTS, VEAL & LAMB, ALWAYS ON HAND No. 5 ORANGE DRINK GRADE A - Roasting or Frying — 5 to 9 Lb. Av. TURKEYS . Ib. 39* Best-of-Breeds DOG FOOD CANS 46 OZ. TINS 49C NATIVE - NO, 2 CAN APPLE PIE MIX 29c Remarkable Brand — In Light Syrup Bartlett Pears No, 2K TINS CHARMIN - ASSORTED COLORS OR WHITE Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls 29c STGKEIY'S FROZEN WHOLE STRAWBERRIES t Lb, Carton 39c NOR T H STATE ASSORTED FROZEN Frozen Cherries Red Pitted, a Few Uft Kraft's Italian Style SPAGHETTI DINNER PKG: FRESHNUT SALTED SPANISH PEANUTS 1 Lb. Tin 4¥c THESE PRICES GOOD SATURDAY & MONDAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, .ALL FLAVORS - NO. 1 GRADE MARIGOLD Ice Cream y 2 gal. 89 FREE ICE CREAM CONES ON FRIDAY TAKE HOME NUTRITIOUS ICECREAM! SUPER VAU) Algono (la.) Upper 0«i MolflH Thurtdoy, S*pf. 12, 1957 Locker Plant Mgn At Whittemore Moving Away Whiftemote —• Mr and Mrs Harold Hall moved their family and furniture Saturday to Randall. Mr Hall was manager of the Whittemore Locker plant, for the past two years, moving here from Estherville. He will operate a locker and combined grocery store which he had just purchased. The Halls made many friends while here and wish them the best of success in their new location. Pre-Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was hold Wednesday evening in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran church in honor of Verona Zumach, who will become the bride of Howard (Bowser) Esser on Sunday, Sept 15, in St. Paul's Lutheran church at 2 p.m. The shower was attended by over 90 ladies relatives and friends of the couple. 500 and Bunco were played following the UttWrapping of the gifts which were very useful, A lunch was served to all who were present, Mr and. Mrs Harold Kueckefr and daughter Joyce and son Jay were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch. Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, and Jerry Balgemann spent last weekend at Brookf ield, Missouri, where they visited with Mr Meyer's sisters and families. Mr and Mrs Floyd Masterson and Mr and Mrs Maas. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Roas Vaux of West '* Bend, parents of Mrs Heidenwith. Mesdarnes William Meyer Sr., Mathilda Meyer, Harold Kuecker, George Meyer and Dora Faulstich called upon Mrs Ajrthufr Heidenwith last week Tuesday afternoon to celebrate Mrs Helden- with's birthday. All presented Mrs Heidenwith a gift. Monday evening callers were Mr and, Mrs Joe Nordseth and Mrs Louis Braatz. Those who attended in the ."', evening included Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona, ' Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Helden-v with .and son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Craig, Brian and .Ken, Mr and .Mrs Herbert Potrat? andtson Dean, Mp?and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl^ and sons Vernon and Steven, Mr.-, and Mrs Herman Volgt, Mrs" Ruth Schultz and granddaughter Debra, and Rosella Voigt of Algona. Neighbors and friends of Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth congregated at their home Wednesday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Nordseth. Present were Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach, ~Mr and Mrs Theodore Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Herman,Volgt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pertl and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith of here, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona. In an forseen hurry the corresi pondent unintentionally missed, the names of Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade who also attended the graduation of Miss Charlotte Meier from nurses training at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea. Aug. 29. SORRY Serve 750 at Chicken Supper St Joe CD. A. St. Joe -- C. D, of A., Court St. Joseph, served 750 at theii?, chicken supper In. St. Joseph'u Parish Hall on Sunday evening;' Sept 8th. Ralph; Reding of hers and Rosalia Eiaenbarth of Al* gona received the door prizes, Mr and Mrs Bill Becker, Wat* kins, Minn, were Friday anel Saturday visitor? here with friends, They were Friday over* nite guests in the Paul IJrpeW* ing home. Rev, Lev C. Schumacher and Billy Pevine left on Sunday morning for Benet Lake, Wig/ where Billy will attend school this fall. Father Schumacher plans to return on Tuesday, Mr and Mrs Owiie Wagnefc and daughter Elaine left on Sunday for Milwaukee, Wis, where Elaine will attend Mar* quette University, this fall. MP and Mrs Wagner plan to spenfl several days before returning: home. Nick Reding and Pete Mueller of Whittemore were callers 04 Saturday afternoon. Alfred Thilges spent last week* end in Watertown, •$, D.» visit* ing relatives. He returned home on Wednesday accompanied by his mother, Mrs Maggie Thflges and Mrs Mary teller, moWMr Mrs Thilges. Mrs Thilgts been with her mother the month. Mrs Keller {9 to remain here- An 11-foot blossom over 1, meter, has had § mer at the Earl * 34aqu.ok.eti,

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