The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
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m OUR CUSTOMlRTDBSERVE THE BEST^W|'RE' HUNT'S J 460t. Cans No. 300 Cans LOT - IT SHOULD BE READY THIS WEEKEND ••••••••MWHi^M^Hi^MltliMHW^^MIHB^^Mite STOKELY'S FROZEN CHICKEN • TURKEY or BEEF POT PIES for $1 12Oz. Cans CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP ..... 10 Cans PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY Cleansing Tissue NORTH STATE FROZEN REB RASPBERRIES DEL MONTE 14 OZ. BOTTLES CATSUP 6 for • 1 Fairest 400 Count 5 boxes TENDERIZED VAN CAMP'S NO. 2 CANS PORK & BEANS. ...6 forfl ASPARAGUS 4 for 51 FESTAL 300 CANS, CUT MIX'EM OR MATCH'EM - HAPPY HOST 303 TALL Cut Green Beans Peas or Golden Cream Corn RED PITTED FAMOUS STURGEON BAY CHERRIES 5 ?°- 2 $1 Cans T I Pork Cutlet Pound 39c WELL TRIMMED DOLE'S NO. 211 TALL CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 5 cans *1 LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT RIBS " 290 ARMOUR'S STAR FJLAVORITE COOKIES Slab Assorted Sandwiches, Vanilla, Butterscotch, Creme, Sugar Cookies, Vanilla, Oatmeal, Chocolate, Coconut Taffy Bars. AAIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM Pound 43c DWAN BRAND - IN HEAVY SYRUP - NO. 300 CANS Blueberries or ^| « $ Black Raspberries CHEROKEE WHITE POTATOES as * 79* RED, RIPE SLICING TOMATOES 19* PKG. OF 4 JONATHON APPLES 4 LB. PKG. 39* FRESH CELLO BAGS Carrots 2 • 29c MUSSELMAN'S 303 TALL APPLESAUCE », SPECIAL CUT CLUB STEAKS Lb. 45c HORMEL'S PURE PORK LINK SAUSAGES 12 oz. pkg. 39c DELICIOUS, FRESH, EAST COAST OYSTERS Pint 89c FULL TRUCKLOAD WEDNESDAY HJHi ^HHI Hi Hi Hi 4HW Cut And Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge — Select Your Own From Our Cooler* — Prompt Servicel FRONT % ......... Lb. 33c HIND'/4 ............ Lb.39c '/a BEEF ............ lb.35c ROBIN HOOD Flour 25 «• 1.89 FESTAL 300 TAIL WOLCH'S LARGE TIN SALTED MIXED NUTS Congratulations to the Winner of the MINK SCARF,,, MRS, HELEN SEilY, Algona Pumpkin 2; 25c HOOD'S 14 Oz. Tin •^M^^W^^^^^^^^^^M " i^v * ^^^MHHMMpmmim SUPER VALU Afgena (to.) Upper D«t Molrt«l Thursday, Oct. 17, Kossufh Man Picked, I.S.T.C. 'Dad of Day' Swea City — Clarence Gardner, above, will be honored as Dad of the Day at Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, Saturday. The selection was made in recognition of his son, Jim, a senior student at the college. "Dad" Gardner will be introduced at the hajf when State Teachers plays Augustsna, Saturday evening, and Mr and Mrs Gardner will be guests at a dinner preceding the game, and at the college dance later in thg evening. / The younger Gardner, a science, ftajor, is ^president of Menls Union, the governing body for men on the campus. He Is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon, a social fraternity, and has maintained a high scholastic record. Among other activities, he sings n the chapel choir, and parti- :ipates in varsity athletics. Ha vas a member of the cross coun- ry track team, also the one-mile relay team which set a new all- ime record for the Drake Relays ast spring. The Gardners, v/ho farm two miles east of Swea City, have \ three other sons. They are Don, a student at Dunwoody Institute; Bob, a high school sophomore, a talented dancer who has fre« quently appeared on programs in the area; and Tom, in first grade. Burt Blue Birds In Two Units Burt 1 Blue Bird held their Oct. 12th 4-H meeting at the Home EC Room of Burt high school, A total of 28 members, 8 of which are new members, and two leaders were present. Because of the large enrollment the group divided into a Jr. and Sr. Club. Mrs Dean Andrews will lead the Sr. group and Mrs Erwin Ulses the Juniors. Officers installed in the Sr. club are: president,.Shirley Schwietert; vice president, Judy O Brien; secretary, Pam Andrews; treasurer, Cheryl Lovstad; historian, Kathleen Faber; reporter, Gertrude Kahler; recreation, Marilyn Hinckley and Evejyn Cherland; photographer, Carilyn Hinckley; and music, Lois Lichter. The special project will be citizenship. Officers of the Jr. club are* president, Rosemary Ulses; vice, aresident, Jane Mitchell; secrecy, Judy Abbess; treasurer, ^ana Cunningham; historian* susan Lovstad; reporter, Virginia Lappe; music, Frances McDonald and recreation, Rose Ella Kahler* BLOOMING Mrs Robert Hall's Easter lily s now blooming quite nicelyi hank you. The Independence woman planted the flower las! pring, but later on found a dead, talk and assumed the pfeitf had' lied. It now has three nice dooms. Aluminum Bake 'N Broil Pan Fri, Sat.; and Monday fe hratet and «f*w. fm «MdMn *«*« * lltt«7*«l* trin DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE $TQfi£

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