The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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Beef Quarters A BIG SELECTION - PICK YOUR OWN FROM OUR COOLERS. CUT & WRAPPED TO YOUR ORDER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE, NAME YOUR OWN CUTS HAIF-A-BEEF Lb.35c HINDQUARTERS U>.39c FRONT QUARTERS, ,,ib.33c PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IN OUR OWN LOT Slab Baeon PRICiS ©POD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY Armour's Star lb. 43* SUPER VALU Al§ono (la.) Upper Thursday Set. t Iff? Band Benefit Lakofa Supper Yields Profit Lakola — The Band Motta ham supper was served to adults and 71 children on Wednesday night. It has not . determined as yet how mtith Of the money taken in was acttlal srofit but what ever the arflolint,, t will be used towards the pttf* ;hase of a bass horn for the band. Farm Bureau Elects Election of officers for th& >edyard Twp. Farm Bureau W8§ he main order of business whets he group met at the Fred Christ lome a week ago. Wayne Heet* and was re-elected president aftd Mrs Raymond Winter as thl ecretary. Mrs Arlowe Blome ft he vice president. • 'unior Class Play The Lakota High School gyffl- nasium will be the scene of thS Junior Class play this Friday evening, Oct. llth. The three act- comedy entitled "The Tangled Yarn" will be directed by MisS Turner, Admission will be 500 and 35c for students., On Friday afternoon Mrs Fr6d Rieffer Jr., Mrs Henry Rieffer. Scott and Larry, Mrs Fred Frerichs, and Mrs Ray Elchhottl all of Elmore visited at the Gottlieb Rieffer i home. Luther leaguers from the Si. Paul's Lutheran church attended a rally at Belmond on Sun*day afternoon and evening. Verlyn James, a 7 pound and 8 ounces son was born to Mr and Mrs Vernon Hurt Jr. of, Forest City at the Buffalo Center hospital on September 24. 'Mrs Burt was the former Velma Millham o£ Lakota. Homecoming At Twin Rivers Is Friday, Oct. 11 Livermore — Homecoming for Twin Rivers high school will bo Friday, Oct. 11, when they play Ventura. The festivities will start with a pep rally at the school ym Thursday evening at 7:30. Ihe public is invited. Each classi will present a skit and the can* didates Jor the king and queen and attendants will be announc* ed at this time. They are all seniors. The evenffig will close with an outside 'bonfire and pen meeting. . Friday afternoon , the band! cheerleaders aWdfthe 1 " candidates '.or the king and queen and at-» tendants will parade through the streets of Bode, Ottosen and Livermore. They expect to be in Ottosen about 1:20 and in Liver. more about 2:20. / The Twin Rivers students are busy making a float which will be used at the half-time when the king and queen are crowned. The band will also play. Following the football game there will be a sock hop in the gym. All Twin Rivers, Liver. more, Ottosen and Bode alumni are invited to this free dance. ''•; Sunday evening the Married Couple's club drove to Algona and enjoyed a housewarming for Mr and Mrs Robert Riedel who were former members. They/ were presented with a gift from the , group. There will be no Sunday school at the Lutheran church nexi* Sunday, Oct. 13 because of the youth rally. Mrs Kenneth Howard, Mrs Don Clark, Virgil Smith and Lestec Smith attended the church/ institute at .the Algona Methad&t church Tuesday. Mrs Francis Murphy and Miss Weldemeyer attended a DQCW meeting at LohrvUle last Monday afternoon. Mrs R. W, Beardsley was hostess to .the Twentieth Century Club. Mrs Wm. Murray was a guest and the lesson was given by Mrs John Hauek, ' The Just for Fun Club mel with Mrs Culvert Johnson ; last Wednesday. Quests were Mrs August Paulson and Mrs Lowell Cockrill. The prizes were won by Miss Florence Altman, Mrs August Paulson and Mrs Anna Welter. ^ Mrs Carl Olson invited a grown of relatives Tuesday evening to help her daughter, Ruth celt. brate her sixth birthday. ;, The firemen held their regular? meeting Wednesday evening; Tha eight men who have been acldeisl to the fire crew are: Clarence Carlson, Vernon FidwUck, Pick Cran, Carl Olson, Mike Erdmanj, Jerry Foreman, Thurman and Howard Barton. Thurman Pruitt has the Alice Smith residence and will move his electrical shHS from the store on main sires! to a garage on the Sm«h property, Mrs Alice Smith had * sale Safe, urday of her household go«4*, Mrs Cecil Schrieber wfs taken to Mercy hospital in Fort fio< last week for treatment and being given oxygen. M rs Jo« patient at wice Ota® arge and he will make their SB;

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