The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 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 31, 1957
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Charmin Facial Tissue 400 COUNT PACKAGES PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR - ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX 2 Ib. pkg. 35C 16oz. pkg. 39c AND THE FIRST ALL-PAVED SUPERMARKET PARKING LOT IN ALGONA IS NOW OPEN ASSORTED SATHER'S (REGULAR 29c) Sandwich Cookies t ' r *r- MA BROWN'S 12 OZ. JARS Strawberry Preserves MA BROWN'S 21 OZ. JARS GRAPE JAM ROBIN HOOD FLOUR IB. BAG Lean Pork Steak i, Pound FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Orange Juice 6 cans Light, Meaty SPARE Young, Tender BEEF LIVER • 290 ALL FLAVORS - MARIGOLD ICE CREAM Gal. STOKELY'f FROZEN Bonless pound Orange CHICKEN -BEEF or TURKEY PIES »»3' Hormel's Country Style SA USA GE Loin End PORK CHOPS 5 $1 FLORIDA VALENCIA JUICE Oranges Beef Quarters I 2 D ° z 59 -*».- NORTHERN White or Assorted Colors Toilet Tissue ROLLS $ NATIONAL BISCUIT Crackers 19* Cut And Wrapped To Your Order — No Extra Charge! Select Your Own From Our Big Variety In Giant Coolers HIND QUARTERS Ib. THIS PRICE GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY ^MHj^M_^___^_^___________H_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HHHHHHHi^HHH^^HJH^iHHMMHii KING OF SPUDS - WASHED & WAXED Pontiac Potatoes, 10 Ibs, 49c OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES LB.25c CHEROKEE WHITE POTATOES 25LBS.59c ALLISON'S Spaghetti NO. 303 TALL CANS EACH HIAWATHA Pickles Quart Jar 29* FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 10 '" JONATHON M^^Lifr Wi IHMH4B0r First Coma — First Served |/2 Bu, Box 139 BUSHEl - $2.49 SUPER VALU PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ft MONDAY Algeria (la.) Upper D«* MolrtWl thortday, October 31, 195? Carol Wagner To Wed Nov. 12 ,^y Carol Wagner, pictured above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, will become the bride of Luke McGuire, son of Mr and Mrs Mark T. McGuire, Nov. 12, at St. Joseph's Catholic church at St. Joe, Iowa. Carol is a graduate nurse at St. Ann hospital. 1600 Mile Trip For Kuecks, Heidenwiths Whittiemore — Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith accompanie.d Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock on a 1800 mile trip, arriving at Milwaukee, Wis. on Friday, Oct. 11, where they visited with cousins of Mrs Heidenwith and Mrs Kueck. At West Allis, Wis .they visited with Mrs Rosa Zabel and Mr and Mrs Arthur Zabel. The former is a sister of Louis Braatz and second cousin of Mr Heidenwith and Mrs Kueck. At Hartford ,Wis. they visited with Mrs Hulda Deakins, sister of Mr Kueck and a short visit with a cousin of Mr Heidenwith and Mrs Kueck in Menasha, Wis. They then drove on to Antigo, Wis. to visit cousins. Leaving Antigo, they went through the northern parts of' Wisconsin, the forest regions and into Michigan where iimost of the country is large pine and birch forest. Returning to Wis- , consin they traveled almost con- " tinualjy alpljg , .the...b ej ujj f u 1. Lake Superior, and saw 'ihavy ore boats enroute to Pittsburg. They also saw several wild deer along the highways in Michigan. At Duluth, Minn, they 'stayed -in a motel and took in the sights at the loading ramps where hundreds of railroad cars dump ore into large hoppers, and these hoppers have long spouts which fill the ore boats to the extent of 38,000 tons of ore . They traveled to Silver Bay where a new mine was started four years ago, and a town erected that now has a population of 5000. Next stop was Virginia, Minn., where part of the" town was moved as it was all under-,, mined with a high grade of iron ore, and then we went on to Hibbing ,Minn. and the largest ' iron mine in the 1 world. This/ mine is three miles long and one* and one half wide. In 1956, 6,-? 300,000 tons were shipped out of this mine. • &> In 1895 a farmer was plpwing and discovered this,/ iron ore and immediately mining' was started. The ore is hauled 'in" small dump cars with electric engines. This ore is dumped on a conveyor into a crusher and the ore is extracted with large electrified magnets. They returned home Tuesday night, Oct. 22. , Stalemate On Fluoridation Here Pending outcome of tests on a new water well, which is to be drilled in Algona sometime dur» ing the next 12 months, no action on fluoridation of the present water supply should be taken, according to an opinion given by Dr, Charles Henshaw of the State Department of Heatlh at a meeting held at Lucia Wallace school Monday night, Oct. 21. Announcement of the possibil« ity of a new well for the city was made by city officials several hours before the meeting, which was sponsored by the local League of Women Voters, and changed the entire fluoridation picture locally. Dr. Henshaw delivered a talk on the pros and cons of fluoridation, including its important action against tooth decay in children, before 35 members of •the league and guests. It was pointed out that the city's present four wells are lacking in the necessary amount of fluorine, but that the new well could have enough of the mater' ial in its water to handle the fluoridation problem. Further action on addition of fluorine to the local water supply will depend on future tests, MEMBER jke MUJer of lieffereott was awarded his B5*year pio" from Greene Lodge JOQF racently. Ho joined the local lodge In 1892 when he was 31 years old,

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