The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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BITTY CROCKER - ALL FLAVORS Cake Mix 3 79 Chocolate Malt - Devils Peed, - Money Spire - Marble - Peanut Delight - White or Y«ltew Mix '1m er Match '6m! TASTY RIPE AND REMEMBER - ALL DOCTORS AGREE THAT GOOD, NUTRITIOUS FOOD, WITH ENOUGH REST, IS ONE OF THE BEST PREVENTATIVES OF THE FLU! FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN J 6 cans 89$ APRICOTS 4 NO. 2'/ 2 TINS FOR «1 Gold Medal FLOUR 5 LB. BAG 49C NORTH STATE FROZEN Red Raspberries 4 Pkgs- $1 NORTH STATE FROZEN STRA WBERRIES KITCHEN CHARM WAX PAPER 2 ROLLS 5 $1 Daisy 1 Brand / /* INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Jar 19 POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR Palmolive Soap 4 BARS 290 •MMB|nMM|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ •••••^••••••H Ttie.wedtber's right for y - 7c OFF ON Oxydol G'ANT PKG. (7c OFF) REGULAR - 2 Pkgs. 60c (7c OFF) i LARGE 22 OZ. CAN LIQUID LUX 59$ 2 1 Lb. Pkgs. 25 HORMEL'S CHILI 10c Off Deal TRUCKLOAD OF LUSCIOUS Michigan App Bargain Buy Of The Week! Regular Or With Barbecue Sauce Pork Roast • - •''"'• "^ • • ""'.., .... .... ...'. ound Jonathons FOR BEANS OR KRAUT FRESH PORK Bu. 2491 HOCKS '/ 2 Bu. 1.39 4 Lb. Pkg. 39c LOIN END PORK Delicious - Bu. 2^ I BACON CHOPS 43C Hormel's Thick Sliced 2 Lb. Pkg. 1.19 • POTATOES ARMOUR'S STAR Chopped Ham „ 590 25 Lb. Cherokee Whites 590 50 Lb. No. Dak. Red Pontiac 149 1OLEO ALL MEAT Britt Bologna Banner Brand 5 Ibs. LARGE PASCAL CELERY.. ..19c CRANBERRIES Lg.Pkg.25c NEW PAVED PARKING LOT OPEN THIS WEEKEND Hi. C 46 OZ. CANS ORANGE JUICE 2 CANS ft CAMPBELL'S PRICIS QQOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY TOMATO SOUP CAN .Ik PORTABIE ?BW(N6 SUPER VAUI I Algona (la.) Upp«r Dm Molnw thursdoy, dcf. 24, I9S? Portland Club i Election Held Portland — Mrs C. L. Voting was hostess to the Portland Social Club's October meeting. About 12 members were present: Mrs Edmund Larsen had the program, Mrs Franz Teeter was in charge of "Fun Time," in place of Mrs C. W. Heefdt, who could not be there. They also had election of officers. Mrs Edmund Larsen will be the new chairman; Mrs Jesse Harms, vice chairman; Mrs Tony Jartdl, secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will be Nov. 14th at the homd of Mrs Franz Teeter. Mrs Hedwig Larsen is visiting at the Minnie Larsen home. Mrs Glen Larsen spent Tuesday evening at the Mennet Trunkhill home where Mrs Larsen, Mrs Trunkhil] and Mary Staudt worked on the business of the New Portland girls 4»H club. The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, Qef. 17th at the home of Mrs Jay Steven with Mrs Jake SmMf and Mrs Henry Smith, assistant hostesses. The hostesses for the November 21st meeting will be. Mrs Ella Meyer, Mrs Axel Carl* sen and Mrs A. L. Rasmussen. Roll call, "An Older Person 1 Admire." Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen went to Des Moines Sunday. The Michaelsen brothers shelled corn Saturday at the Gleft Larsen farm. Mrs Lewis Larsen attended the Sunday school teachers observation meeting at Britt Saturday," ' Mary Ann Bartlett came home Saturday afternoon and returned to Albert Lea Sunday afternoon: .Mrs David Bolie, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Tony Jandl attended the- all day "Work Shop" meeting at the Burt Methodist' Church Monday. A delicious lunch was served at noon by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels of Burt visited Mr and Mrs Chas. Phelps Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bernard Phelps and her mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring, spent the day Sunday visiting "" relatives at Cedar Falls and Eldora. The Jim McColleys of Wichita, Kansas came Friday and are visiting at the Herbert Nelson home, Neal and Donald Michaelsen and Mary Michaelsen homes, they will return to their home' in Kansas Friday. Little Kandy/ Perdue, their •granddaughter-, also f grandparenTis, rthe L. MV Perdues, ! ' Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson"; and family, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family, Mrs Mary Michaelsen and Mr and Mrs Jim McColley and family were Sun-* day supper guests at the Donald' Michaelsens home in honor of v the Jim McColleys, who are visiting here from Wichita, Kan. Mrs: Shirley Steinberg of Pam-. ona, Calif, and Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven, spent several days last week with their parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch. Sunday'dinner guests at the Ray Fitch home werte Mrs Shirley Steinberg and Mr and Mrs Clarence Clark of Pomona, Cal.; Mr and Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven, Mr and Mrs Bob Skill- ihg of Irvington; Mr arid Mrs F. J. SUltz, David and Greg arid Mr and i Mrs Ray Stiltz and Darcie all of Livermore,' Mr and Mrs Lynn Hansen of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Leo Clark and Charles Clark of Britt. T .Mr and Mrs Mark Schore of, Sioux City were Thursday over?' night and Friday guests at the' Ray Fitch home? • Mr and Mrs Ray Fjtch, Mrj Shirley Steinberg, Mrs Jesse Schmidt and Mrs F, J. Stiltz were Saturday /dinner and supper guests at the Bob Skilling home at Irvington. , , ,• Mr and Mrs Mike Arend of Al* gpna were Wednesday eveninii visitors at the Sdmund LarsetfS home, Jl Mr and .Mrs Qtto Harlan calif ed at the Edmund Larsen home Thursday jevenj^g. 3 Mr arwjMrs^ Edmund Larseijtf and Beverly attended a birthday! party at the Otto Harlan homf Saturday evening in honor ol Ronald Harlan who was 2J yearg old. He came up from Sioux City Friday night where fte work, a and returned Sunday afternoons The average inan is 42 ' around -the chest, 42 around • the waist, 96 around the golf course — and a nuisance around the house. County U. S. Bond Sales $85,390 Citizens of Kossuth county purchased a total of $85,39(1 wortfi of U.S. savings bonds dunng the month of September a»d hiked the figure for the year to $l,2fi$,« 945. According to JL W. NJtchals, county chawmiB* sales for the year have now pushed to 79 Mr- cent of the quofe let up Januai 1. The state figure is fa percei of quota ana $104,QJ3,451 tot sales. Sales and percentage ol quotas , Palo Alto, and " percent,

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