The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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Governor Wil Speak At Burl Govrrnor Hrrpchel C. Lovclcs? wUl bo featured .speaker at the anmi; 1 meeting of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau orRani/n- lion at Burt. Tuesday rvrning. Oct .29. Invitations have been sent 1o members of the organisa- tion for the meeting which will get underway at 8 p.m. in the Burl hifih school gymnasium. _ Important business at the met t- mg will include final amendment and ( adoption of the organization's farm policy resolutions, the election of township and county officers nnd consideration of progress reports. Me?nM Thursday, Oct. 24, !9S? Harry Naffziger. president, will deliver his annual report and secretary Harold Hunt and treasurer Henry Looft sJated to make their formal reports to the members present. Genrichs' Host Rural Cottiers Fred Genrich of Lone Rock, well-known county resident, has been a rural niail carrier for the past 33 years. Mr Genrich and his \vifo decided to do something about it, so they held a potluck supper at their borne in Lone Rook for 25 other rural earners and wives the evening of Wednesday. Oct. 16. Roth the carrier and carrier auxiliary organization held business meetings following the meal. Mrs George Thompson. Ledyard, president: Mrs Morris Givens. Titonka. vice president and Mrs Genrich. secretary- treasurer, were elected to serve as officers for the auxiliary. II, marked the twenty-first straight time Mrs Genrich has been elected to the secretary-treasui er post. Morris Givens, Ti'.onka, was elected president: Fred Genrich, vice president: and Herb Hensley. Algona. secretary-treasurer of the men's group. An added attraction during the night's meetings and entertainment was a feast on a cake which was baked and decorated by Mrs Glenn Householder. CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S Career Day Public schools of Kossuth County will hold their annual Career Day at Titonka Tuesday, Oct. 29. Juniors and Seniors of all the public high schools (except Algona who attend a similar day at Eagle Grove) will have the opportunity to attend three conferences during the day on different occupational fields. WOOL FLEECE Suburban With a Thick Quilt Lining • Packed With Warmth — and Style, loo • Soft Grey Shade In A Rich Wool Fleece • Right Length For Driving, Action — or Dress Wear • Deep Pockets —• Key Pocket, Also • Sizes 36 to 46 95 I I LEUTi For •^, J , r ^ r «fef»9f*fttl«WP» dckefs HEAVY WEIGHT Parkas With LINED HOOP Long Length With Full Zipper Front FuWr Thick Lining ~ Knit Wristlet* Snug Lined Hood That Wear* As Collar When Down Extra Heavy Outer Cloth ~- Water Repellent Si*« for ieyi 4 to 20 fo.95 to 14.95 CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S COHSUMERS • BIG • CONSUMER'S PURE GOLDEN HONEY Nestle's SALE! NEStL'E'SS 'CHOCOLATE CHIPS I9CI Reg. Pkg. NESTLE'S QUIK' COCOA Full Pound Can NESTLE'S LARGE CHOCOLATE BARS The Jumbos! 2129 CROCKW For STOCKTON CATSUP Treats in Meats •HM«MMMHHMM||MM|MMHMMIMMMUU^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ RIB STEAKS TENDER & LEAN Trimmed To Your Liking Per Lb. BEEF ROASTS YOUNG & TENDER It's Fully Trimmed, Too Per Lb. CHICKENS STANLEY PIE PUMPKIN CAN IOC FAIREST^FACIAL TISSUES 2 FOR 39c OF 400 L FOR Pur ex FULL GALLON ROASTING OR STEWING Young 3 to 4 Lb. Average Birds Per Lb. T-BONE STEAK Government GRADED U. S. CHOICE Cut Any Thickness PerLb. •^••MMBM SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD CHEESE 2 LB. BOX FROZEN SPECIALS \ FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 6 t 89« GARDEN CITY GRAPE JUICE 6 r 89* Wife-Saver Sale. 1 ! OFF ON THESE PROCTOR & GAMBCE PRODUCTS ~~ JOY .. REGULAR SIZE 7c OFF OXYDOL.. GIANT SIZE 7c OFF CAMAY SOAP.. 4 BAR PKG 7c OFF SPIC& SPAN ..GIANT SIZE 7c OFF IVORY SOAP.. 4 BAR PKG 7c OFF SWIFT'S ALL-SWEET MARGARINE 2 LBS. FOR PPLES Firm Michigan Jonathon Bushel GRAPE. FRUIT 10 F 0 r59C CELLO CARROTS lOc IGE. CELERY 19c 2.98 Lots of Different 'Hollo'een Treots' Everything to fill Jho«/^Tjae|COR Get •

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