SUPER Jgfi|W^^^^U|^|^^^^^^^^^U^ i ^^k A ^teu^j^u^tt^^u^^j^^^^^^ Register Every Tihie You're Ih For The Famous HOME FREE SEWING MACHINE " TO BE GIVEN AWAY NOVEMBER^ LAST WEEK TO REGISTER NflNF CHARMIN - AS3 VAN CAMP'S GRATED T U N A 5 TINS $1 siitER VALU Cake Mixes Chocolate, White, Spice, Vanilla *F>k g s. $1 FAVORITE COOKIES All Kinds iORTED COLORS OR WHITE t '*! rr« Toilet Tissu 12 Rolls 89 \ WELC^S WELCHADE 3 Qt. Cans QUAKER OATS CUT UP, READY Fbtff AN ROASTING C HI C •••.: ' '^|^p : Lb. 2 SHOULDER PORK LARGE PKG. BOONE RIVER 1 LB. CELLO PKG. WEINERS ..... 49c GOLD MEDAL STEW VET'S <_•;,';'•: • ' •••^ ^^^- ^^RoSia-if' FOQD 3 1 LB. «j): Cc CANS Mi 9 NORMAL'S RANGE BRAND 2 LB. BOX THICK SLICED BACON LEAN, MEATY SPARE RIBS Lb. 29 FRESH PORK HOCKS HEY LOOK! NO THAWING! FRY FROM PACKAGE Pork Tender — Veal Steak Beef Ranch Wagon Beef) ALWAYS A GOOD SELECTION OF BEEF QUARTERS ROSE CROIX - MICHIGAN - IN LIGHT SYRUP BARRETT PEARS 3 $1 DEBBIE LIQUID SOAP 22 OZ. PLASTIC 29c SIOUX BEE PURE HONEY 4 LB. JAR 79c SUPER VALU SALT PLAIN OR IODIZED REGULAR SIZE JOc BUTTERNUT COFFEE \ LB. TIN BROWN OR POWDERED SUGAR 2 ONE POUND BOXES 23 ALL NORTH STATE FROZEN* VEGETABLES 6 whip i. .',.•_ _ "B Qt. Jar 49 SUPERVALU SODA CRACKERS 1 Ib. box 23 MRS. GRIMES BEANS in CHILI GRAVY 300 CANS Each 10 RUBY RED, SUGAR SWEET GRAPEFRUIT 10 Urqe 49c NO. 1 IDAHO FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans 89' RUSSET POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49 C CUCUMBERS OR CELLO RADISHES 2 For 15 CRISP, ARIZONA HEAD LETTUCE 2 JUMBO HEADS SUNKIST, MEDIUM SIZE ORANGliS 3 | NO, 1 MARIGOLD Ice Cream ALL FLAVORS W'GaL 79* NOW - VOL 9, QQIPIN BOOK WORLD INCYCLOPEDIA PRICES GOOD THURSDAV, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY - USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER VALU ALGONA Thursday, November 2, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 44 Karen Lavrenz Of Burt To Wed Burl — Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, Biirt, announce the engagement and coming , marriage of their daughter, Karen, shown here, •, Cedar Rapids, to Dennis Krai, son of Dr. and Mrs, J. W. Krai, Mount Pleasant. Karen, is a graduate of Burt high school and State College oi Iowa, Cedar Falls/She now holds a teaching position in the' Cedar Rapids school system. Her fiance is a student in the college of dentistry at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, • A Dec. 28 wedding is planned at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt. (UDM Engraving) ' • Bancroft Ladies Hurt In Recent Falls At Home 'Bancroft,— Mrs Nellie Lupin slipped and, fell at her (home' recently, injuring her foot. MrsJ^up-r cently returned from caring for'"" her sister, Mrs Baker, 'at .Algona who had also fallen and was injur* ed. - -1 Mrs Prank Ditworfh fell one day the first of the week, sprained het ankle and is having a hard time getting around to do her house work. Mrs Anna Harton, former Bancroft lady who was a patient of a rest home at Burt, is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Fred Eckhart is'a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where she underwent major surgery Wednesday. 4 Mr and Mrs John Bauer are parents of their second son, born at Holy Family hospital. Their son, Greg is staying with his grandparents, the Frank Bauers. Mr nnd Mrs Don Behnkendorf and sons attended funeral services at Hamburg, Minn, for the latter's aunt, Mrs Anna Bresehdff. They accompanied her brother, Don Meyers, Estherville, who acted as pallbearer. Burial was at Ft. Snelling cemetery in St. Paul. They also visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Meyer at Arlington, Minnesota. Mrs Richard Menke and Mrs Cletus Darr drove to Ames Thursday afternoon and brought Kay Menke home for a five-day vacation. They also called on an old friend, John McGilligan, who operates a drive-in cafe at Webster City. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mrs. Don darken and daughter Lista of Buffalo Center were visitors here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berte and daughter. Mrs. darken and Mrs. Berte are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evanson and daughter left for Omaha. Nebr. Sunday where they will live the next four months while Ronnie attends school. Ronald Illg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg, a 1961 Garrigan graduate, left for Omaha, Nebr. Sunday where he will attend school. Clarence Erpelding from Colorado Springs, Colo, spent the weekend here with his father, Peter Erpelding, and other relatives here and at Algona. On his return home he will accompany and assist Mr. and Mrs. Therman Pruitt who are moving to Colorado. Mrs. Pruitt is a sister of Mrs. Damian Centgraff, Mrs,. Leonard McGuire and Mrs. Paul Thilges Jr. CORN Nine ears of corn were formed on one g|bgi& of Indian corn wn recently by 9 year old Car| JSismer of Maquoketa.
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