The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 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 19, 1959
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V tbWIST PRI6I IN YIARSI '< ' . t / . , r } ,V' ' •" HILLS4UL1 HAWAIIAN, HAL* SLICIS Vi f t {WJ Wli Me. J Cans In Light Syrup 25< BUTft-R KlftNet, CREAM STYLE- er WHOLi KtftNUL No. 303 Tall Cans 95* PER VALU DULANEY, SYRUP PACK or VACUUM PACK-No. 3 Squat Cans - 25< HI-C ORANGE DRINK. - 3-46 OZ. TINS V. i 79c FESTIVAL OF FAMOUS FOODS \ WHERE YOU GET Cash Dividends Lower Prices! WALDORF COLORED TOILET TISSUE BUY ONE POUND HORMEL'S ,.*' ' All MEAT FRANKS AND GET ONE POUND HORMEL'S PURE PORK SAUSAG GRANDEE THROWN STUFFED OLIVES Applesauce ARMOUR'S or MORRELL'S SHANK HALF ...... ..... Lb.39c BUTT HALF ...... ......... Lb.49c CENTER CHUNK ........... Lb.79c WILSON'S FRESH CUT CERTIFIED BRAUNSCHWEIGER LB. Free -15 Vacuum Cleaners 15 Lewyt Vacuum Cleaners Will Be Given Away To Super Valu Customers. All You Do Is Register Every Time You're In'Our Store. REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 18 DRAWING TO BE HELD ^ APRIL 23 REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN HOME DRESSED, FRESH, PLUMP ROASTING ; Turkeys -Ducks - Geese... We Have Them .... Also Choice Veal & Lamb STOKELY'S FROZEN CANS $ 1 STOKELY'S FROZEN PIES Chicken — Beef or Turkey 5 PK6S. S§ ' U.S. CHOICE SPECIAL TRIM Roast Crisp, New Crop, Green Top BUNCH Radishes - - 50 U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 10 Ib. bag 49£ ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY MONDAY SUPER VALU ALGONA UPPER DBS M01 AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, 19S9 Several From LuVerneAre Hospitalized LuVerne *— Mrs Ervln Barton returned Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where snft received medical treatment the pnst two weeks. Mr nnd Mrs Clarence Nielson and his mother, Mrs Christina Nielson visited Eli Bager, nt Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. Mr Bagcr underwent surgery there Tuesday. His condition is favorable. Mr and Mrs Otto Sailor of Clear Lake visited his sister, Mrs Jessio Sanford Thursday. Mrs San ford who has been ill returned home with them, Bonnie Ellifrilz returned Tuesday from St. Ann hospital, where he was taken March 1, following an accident with a broken leg and arm as the family were moving. Bancroft Man To Be Ordained Live Wires Met The meeting of the LuVerne Live Wires was opened by president Mariann Schade by giving the club pledge. Roll call was answered by 12 members. The list of entries for the Kpssuth County Fair of 1959 was discussed. Judith NaffzS'ger, Roxie De Nio, Mariann Sohndc and Judith Naffxiger gave reports. Shirlecn Schnctzcr gave a demonstration, Le Ota Ann Voss gave a talk and Mariann Schade and Judith Naffzigcr gave a demonstration. The meeting was in the Ray Agard home Saturday with refreshments served by Mrs Agard and Linda. Rev. John E, Coady Rev. John E. Coady, S.V.D., son of Mr and Mrs James A. Coady, Burl, will celebrate his first solemn mass June 28 in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Rev. Coady will be ordained to the priesthood of the Divine Word Missionaries Monday, Mar. 30. He has received all of his major seminary training at St. Augustine's Seminary, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, the first integrated seminary in the south. The former Burt man plans to dedicate his services to the Colored Apostolate' after ordination. (UDM Engraving). 10 Confirmed At the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church Palm Sunday, March 22, a class of seven boys and three girls will be confirmed by Rev. Louis Wlttenburg. They are Delmar Baas, Timothy Blumer, Elmer Hinz, John Kubly, George Hanselman, Bill .Janssen, Bill Oberhelman, Mary Lee Darby, Carol Marlene Norcross. Heese anc The postponed meeting of tho Ladies Aid Society was held in the rooms of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church Friday afternoon .with, the president,/ Mrs Robert Nielson, presiding. Rew Louis Wittenburg-conducted a question And answer quiz. Mrs Deloros Christensen of Livermore was a guest. Mrs Elmer Gronbach was hostess serving refreshments. Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vaughn and daughters moved from Cor- wilh the past week to the farm vacated by the Earl Armstrongs, southwest of LuVerne. Mrs Dwight Savage and Danny of Council Bluffs came Sunday for a week's visit with her parents the Lawrence O. Miller family. Kenneth Stripling of Morningside College, Sioux City, was a weekend visitor with his mother, Thelma, the Durwood Burtis amily at -Rockford, 111., and Fred's sister, Mrs Libbie Tuesch- cr at Monroe, Wis. Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard. and children of Carthage, S. D. visited here over the weekend. Howard came to visit his mother, Mrs Mathilda Stoddard, and nis uncle William Stoddard, medical patients in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Irvin H. Chapman attended a convention in Des Moines Sunday to Tuesday. A. J. Klooster of Algona visited his cousins, Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan Saturday and Sunday. The Hornemakers club of Lu- Verne Township will meet Mar; •. 19, in the Mrs Harvey Will "howie. Mrs Joe Underberg arid Dean of Fort Dodge came Saturday 'to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry v Hinz. Mr and Mrs Milton Wdlhelrn were hosts to their card club Sunday evening. At three tables in play, high, Kenneth' Grein and Mrs Robert Will, Low,'Gordon Gregory and Mrs* John Pergande. Nine-Bid, Don Miller and travel, Mrs Don Miller. The next meeting with Mr and Mrs Robert Will. Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen, daughters, Mrs Merlyn Bahmann, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Edmund Vorland of Clear Lake attended the funeral of Mrs Christina Christensen at Milroy, Minn., Wednesday. Mrs Christensen was Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. James Mallory will enter Veterans Hospital, DCS Moines, for a physical examination this week. Mrs Mathilda Stoddard was released Monday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, and .will convalesce in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Lawrence. Miller. Monday was the birthday of Mrs Stoddard.- Gotlieb Hanselman was taken Saturday to the Good Samaritan, Rest Home in Algona. Mr Hanselman has been confined to his bed following a stroke in December, 1957. Mr and Mrs William Prior visited over the weekend in Forest City with .their daughter, Marsha, the James Sloter family. Dr. and Mrs John M, Skpgmo of Fort Dodge visited friends here Monday. Mr and Mrs C. B. Huff visited her mother, Mrs Lena Stauffacher, medical .patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Robert G. H. Blumer and boys were Sunday guests in the parental Robert Blumer nome. Mr and Mrs Harvey Will and boys were Sunday evening visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Voss in Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Donald Marty and Barbara went to Iowa City Sunday where Donald will have X-rays taken at University hospital. Mr and Mrs Fred Bauingartner returned from a six week vacation trip to Florida. They visited the John Ramus family at Win iterhaven, Fla. they visited a sister of Nels Jensen. At the postponed meeting ol the Woman's Society of World Service Thursday in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren, church, officers elected were: Mrs Fred Merkle, president, succeeding Mrs Edwin Hefti, Vice president, Mrs Bernard Wolf; secretary, Mrs Carroll Marty and treasurer, Miss Emma Krause. Devotions were led by Mrs Harry Naffziger arid lesson given by Mrs Arthur Maass. Mrs Merkle was the hostess for the meeting. Mr and Mrs Melvin Marty, sons, Dennis and Douglas, attended the dedication and fellowship dinner Sunday, March 15 in Fort Dodge for the new First Evangelical United Brethren Church. The Rev. Duane Voss is pastor of the church. Mrs Marty is a former member^ of the church. The Cofnrade ' Sunday Softool Class met Thursday evening,- in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church * with Mrs Arthur Maass hostess. Pevo- tions and lesson were givemby Mrs Albert Hefti. Mr and Mra Cyde Dudley had charge of the entertainment. ,-'.-' The LuVerne Cemetery Society met Thursday in the town toll with 14 members presently Mrs Henry Pergande, president," 'presided at the business, Hostesses were Mrs Grover Rente, Mrs,;sBd, Wagner, Mrs Bonnie' Ellifl^te : ' assisted by Mrs Anna Blume^'V. •Members of the Tuesday; -club •were guests of Mrs rich, March 10. of Mrs Nbrma E. topjc, England, was members of the club/,. , Mrs Laura Meyer was,^) to -her Cana$ta evening. At play, Harmon, low, meiev, Guests mon, Mrs Wittmeier ' Mrs Jessie Mrs Louis Wittenburg, Gronbach and Bin?. Fit,, • Mar. 20 Andy Doll and The Ridge Hlders Sat., • Mar. 21 Bob White & Orch, Ma*. 27 ^ —•— • -.-).. .^- Sat,* * May. 29 The* If *uit'< flfet4TOl3

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