The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 19, 1957
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BIG VALU - NEW CROP Nut Meat Pecan or Walnut 02. PKG. 890 LIBBY'S Fruit Cocktail ml CANS O90 LIBBY'S Tomato Juice No. 5 Tins 250 THIS WEEK'S BEST FOOD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY 41 PLENTY OP FREE PARKING • APRICOT - BLACKBERRY - PEACH - PINEAPPLE PRESERVES 12 OZ. JARS - MIX'EM OR MATCH 'EM 4 Jars CORN Cream er Whole Kernel LIBBY'S 303 TALL 89C CANS FESTAL NO. 300 TALL ASPARAGUS......} cans 79c LIBBY'S NO. 303 TALL EARLY JUNE PEAS 5 cans CHICKEN OP THE SEA, Large Cans HOME GROWN - HOME DRESSED (Locally) Roasting Chick b.35 TUNA ....H ........ kansWc SWIFTNIN6.. ..Jib. canto LAST CALL - Bring Your Own Jug Cider Vinegar, gal. 49c LIBBY'S 14 oz. Cans Crushed Pineapple 5; SI DRIED BEEF Back By Popular Request Lh. CHOICE CUTS AT ALL, TIMES Veal & Lamb Aged Steaks LOIN END LIBBY'S 46 oz. Cans Pork Chops .. Ib. 39c I Pineapple Juice - 3 _Cut And Wrojppe'd As You Wish, At No * Extra Charge — Select Your Own Beef Half-A-Beef Ib. 37c NO. 1 WHITE CHEROKEES LB. BAG Front Hinds ». 43c Calif. Tok OAK GROVE OLEO LES. 19* Pigs Feet Lb. 13c Beef Hearts .... Lb. 39c Pork Hearts Lb. 39c 'Ox Tails Lb. 2k Lamb Stew Lb. 19c Beef Shanks. Lb. 39c Short Ribs Lb. 29c Beef Tongue Lb. 39c Corned Beef Lb. 59c FOR CANNING " BARRETT PEARS CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup can Crisco ib. can 89$ ROBIN HOOD Flour.— bag 89C MAXWELL HOUSE Instant Coffee Large Jar 1.17 WHITE, YELLOW or PINK Kleenex, 400 ct,, LB. BOX 4 Pkgs. i.oo HORMELS can 39* HY POWER Tall Chili Con Game., lib. 29C SEA MIST, FROZEN Lemonade... 1.69 SATHER'S ASSORTED COOKIES 12 DIFFERENT KINDS... Pkg. 29C Fresh Shipment Chocolate Candies Chocolate Peanuts — Peanut Clusters — Chocolate Drops — Vanilla, Maple and Cream Clusters — Plus Many Other Varieties Palmolive Soap 4 Reg. Bart NORTH STATE FROZEN SLICED STRAWBERRIES 5 pkgs. $1,00 FIORIDAGOID FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 7 =VN !S $1.00 SUPER VA1U (la.) Upper D« Thursday, Sept. If, Kossuth Girl Nurse Graduate In Des Moines Seneca — Mr and Mrs Cassia Klocko, Mrs Henrietta Thompson and Rose Ann, Mrs Russell Kauffman, Mrs LaVelle Swenson of Williams, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko of Mason City and Mr and Mrs George Peters and children of Lyle, Minn, drove to Des Moines Thursday to attend Commencement Exercises at Broadlawns Polk County Hospital School of Nursing. Margaret Klocko, daughter of the Cassie Klocko, was a member of the graduating class. She is pictured above. Following the reception the Klockos, Thompsons and Kauff- mans were invited to the home of the Gordon Garrisons of Des Moines who also attended the exercises, where they watched pictures of the graduation ceremony over TV Channel 13 at their 10 o'clock news program. Margaret accompanied her parents home ftsr the weekend but returned to Des Moines Sunday and will continue working there for the present. All Seneca homemakers are invited to Organization Tea oj the Family Living Group to be held Tuesday afternoon Sept. 24 at the home of Mrs John Johannesen at 2 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Mrs Henry Looft. , Relatives and friends from this! vicinity who attended the wed? ding of Jim Osborn and Beverly" Petersen at Frederic, Wis. Satur- jiay^vening at the _2ion -Luth*v eran Church included Mr and Mrs Charles Osbprn, Mrs Russell; Kauffman, 'Mrs John Munch and ! Jack, the Bob Petersens of Mason! City; also Mr and Mrs Harold Osborn of Stewartville, Minn, and Lucille Osborn of .Winona,j Minn. Mrs Carrie Jensen spent the weekend at the Henry McGregor home hear Armstrong, . Mr and Mrs Oscar Patterson left last Thursday for Oklahoma City where they are visiting at the home of their son Wesley and family. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Looft home included Mrs Bertha" Pommer of Algona and Mr and Mrs Gerrit DeWaard of Wesley. Senecans were saddened last week to hear of the death of Mrs Lester Jensen of Buffalo, Mo. The Jensen family lived three miles south of Seneca for a num* her of years. She was the former Virginia Frederickson of Ring-- sted. Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilgea returned recently from a twQ weeks vacation trip. Accompan* ied by the Ray Thilges of St. Jpfi they traveled through eley^g states south and into Mexico, The Thilges' three little daugjj$ ters stayed with \ £riends an$, relatives while their parents were away. ' ] Mr and Mrs Bob Fprthey and family visited Mrs Fortney's pa| ents, Mr and Mrs Arnie Trav at Story City Sunday, Qth visitors at the Travase home eluded an aunt and uncle; Mr ar Mrs Henry Asshqim o f Jflq burg who recepjjji' returned from a trip to Norway. * Mr and Mrs Ed Sloter arid 1 family of Amboy, 111. visited recently at the Everett Withani home, Mr and Mrs Elmer Witham, and Mr and Mrs Everett Witham drove to Spencer last Sunday evening where they saw the White Horse Mounted Patrol from Sioux City. In this way they celebrated Mrs JSveretf Witham's birthday anniversary which was Sept. 8. Solid Truckload! of Maytag "HfUo si S&lO 9$ 0L, ~ urdfly, Elon't '" " " '.' li CloihM *^^^f**^&Qm NORTH IOWA APPUANCfi

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