The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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Lb.79c ARMOUR'S CELLO WRAPPED COLUMBIA Bacon 1 Ib. pkg. 37* NEW YORK TYPE - A SPECIAL BLOCKY TYPE BEEF uarters - Ib. 45C SEE THEM - INSPECT THEM - SELECT THEM! THEY'RE XTRA SPECIAL • - MORRELL'S EXTRA LEAN NO. 1 RED UNWASHED, RED RIVER VALLEY PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Lb. Bag 98c 9 ' 138 SIZE - (Be Wise, Check The Sizel) ORANGES „ 2 DOZ. 69c I i LB. TIN 2.89 LARGE -ECONOMY 18 PACK FISH STICKS PACKAGE 49C HICKORY SMOKED SLICED PACKAGE Corn Beef Chips ... Smoked Turkey . . . . Smoked Beef Chips .. GOOD SUPPLY OF LAMB - JUST TELL US WHAT YOU WANT ANYTHING YOU WANT IN MEAT, FISH or FOWL Folgers COFFEE I Repeat By Popular Request — We Sold All We Had Last Week DAFFODILS Fresh Cut — 400 Dozen While They Last. Dozen 29* Banquet FROZEN DINNERS TURKEY—CHICKEN BEEF PKGS. $ m B 7 BUNNIE WINNERS! Janice Leek Sheila Me Farland Pen Asa Bill Prothman Bishrnan , , Beverly Jerry Granqjenstfe PKGS. $ ALL PRICES OQOD THURSDAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ALL NORTH STATE FROZEN VEGETABLES MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM 6 i SUPERVALU LuVerne Area Residents Are Hospitalized LuV«rtt6 — Mrs Mathilda Stoddarcl was taken Saturday to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, for treatment. Mrs Lena Stauffacher is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Eli Eager entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Saturday for medical treatment. Arthur Maass entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, March 1 for treatment. i William Stoddard entered; Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Suriday morning for medical attention. Susie Blake tinderwelnt a ton* sillcctomy Friday iH FortiDoage Mercy hospital. She is 6bn- valcscing in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Allen Blake: Her brother Robert Blake entered the hospital for tonsillectomy, ' Mrs Matie Meier is a medical patient iti St. Ann hospital, Algona. New Babies • •> Mr and Mrs Harlan Schneider of Reno, Nevada, are parents of a six pound, one ounce son, born March 6. They have a 4^-year- old son, Ricky. Harlan is the-son of Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider. Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha of Randall are parents of a daughter Cynthia Kay born in a Story City hospital, Thursday, Feb. 26. The fourth quarterly conference of the Algona district was held Monday evening in "the LuVerne Methodist church with Dr. L. H. P r e u 1; district superintendent presiding. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Callers Sunday afternoon in the Mrs Marie Stoddard home were her daughters, Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vaughn of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Robert- Wilson, Craig and Michele of Rutland. Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe attended the open house in Plover Sunday on the occasion of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Fletcher Pringle. Visitors Saturday in the Charles Hinz home were her niece, Mr and Mrs Louie Werner and Mrs Stacy of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Willie Blair and daughters of Superior, Wis. wete visitors Thursday to.,Saturday in the parental Frank Gronbach home... ' Circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday • as : foliowsr. Circle 1,with Mrs Guy Giddings; Circle 2, with Mrs Clifford Holmes; assisting hostess, Mrs Grover Rentz; Circle 3, with .Mrs Duane Neal, assisting hostess, Mrs Raymond Nelson. Evening 'Star Circle March 5 was postponed due to weather. Mrs Ida Gillette of Wessington Springs,,S. Dak. arrived Monday to visit her niece,, the Fred Merkle family. Mrs Kate Barton returned Sunday from a two, week visit with her daughter, the Dwight Hardgrove family in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Harlan *Helm, Robin and Rhonda of Aurelia were weekend visitors with her parents, Mr arid Mrs Albert Hefti; Mrs Helm and the girls remained for a week's visit. Mr and Mrs Gerald Awe visited Sunday with her mother,'Mrs Norma E. McClaran, patient in the Huston Nursing Home in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Robert Casey, their son, Mr and Mrs Eugene, Casey and children left Saturday for a trip to Texas. At Cameron-they will visit C. H. Casey, father of •Robert Casey. Mrs Eugene Casey and family will visit her brother* the Elmer Pergande family and her cousin, the Wayne Pergande family in San Antonio. ' Henry Loerwald, mayor of Lu- Verne, was released Sunday from. Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge where he underwent surgery 10 days ago. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons visited Wednesday 'with his sister, the William Meyer family at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Jerry Weber and son of Mankato, Minn,, were weekend visitors with their .'parents, the Alvin Webers and Joe Erdhardts at Livermore. Guest speaker for the annual Father - Son Banquet, sponsored by the circles of the W.S.C.S. in the rooms of the Methodist church March 12 will be John Dodgen of Humboldt. • ' Mrs Jessie Sanford has been confined by illness in her home the past 10 .days. The W.S.C.S. meeting of- the Evangelical United Brethren, church was postponed to.-Tnurs«. day, March 12. Election- of of/ f jeers will be held, • >> ' Mr and Mra George WpW of AV, gona were Sunday evening guests with Mr and Mrs G- -M. .Will. Mr and Mrs Carroll visited the past week in, town, N. Dak^ with 'Mr and Mrs family. , " \ „. Mr and visited her. „ QhamberJain> MJnn, UPM ClwiWwfc 9§f

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