Dept. & fi*f|«ff «P* Des Moi»W» 10, Ic Pumpki 10 25 ANGEL 39 MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 25 120z. Jar Sale MARBLEIZED, TENDER, MINIMUM FAT - SELECT YOUR OWN HIND : %> 49 Lb. 44 CUT, WRAPPED, SHARP FROZEN AS ORDERED - AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WILSON'S CORN KING Sliced Bacon 45 -:ti 20 TO 24 LB. AVERAGE om Turkeys Lb. 29 BLUE BONNET 0 LEO ....... 3 Lbs.79c HOME MADE - 12 Oz. Pkg. HAM SALAD ..... Jc ARMOUR'S STAR • CURTISS MINIATURE Marshmallow Bits 2 pkcrc ^| Kc rivgdi ^9^9 MAJESTIC BUCKET Salad Cherries 10 oz. Jar 29 ( CANNED HAMS 4Lh. Can 298 HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE 2 Us. 39 CUT UP, READY FOR PAN Roasting Chickens u. 23 LITTLE TOPSY SEEDLESS RAISINS 2 LB. BOX THE WINNER Sewing Machine Won By MRS. JOHNNY HARMS, BURT -, - . j 1 ^'- * : -"' ^A>.^. M -.ji-:-vi.. Rice I I 2 Lb. Pkg. 29 ( FLAV-0-RITE Chocolate Chips 2 9 ' 11 OZ, PKG. FLAV-O-RITE Flake Cocoanut 49 LARGE 14 OZ. PACKAGE PEACHES BIG VALUE - YOUR CHOICE SHELLED PECANS SHELLED WALNUTS Large 12 Oz. Pkg. 99 c HILAND POTATO CHIPS LARGE TWIN PACK 49 ROSE CROIX, MICHIGAN BARTLETT PEARS (IN LIGHT SYRUP) 3 No. 21i CANS SUPER VALU HONEY GRAHAMS 1 Ib. pkg. 29 LARGE CELLO BAGS CARROTS. 2For25c LARGE, CELLO WRAPPED CABBAGE... I Heads 19c CELLO WRAPPED TURNIPS OR PARSNIPS Lb. Pkg. 19c 8 INCH STOKELY'S CHERRY, APPLE OR PEACH FROZEN PIES Each 29c ALL FLAVORS DAISY Ice Cream '/2 gal. 59' TEXAS, RUBY REP PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY - USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKfNO SUPER YALU Thursday, November 9, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 45 Luella Price OfLakolaWeds x' " Minnesota Man Lakoia — Luella Mavine Price jecame the bride of Roger Dale STimz Oct. 15 at 2:30 at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Lakota. The bride is the daughter of Vtr. and Mrs. Louis Price, Lakota, and the groom's parents are Mrs. Dorothy Nimz and the late Herman Nimz, Blue Earth. The double ring service was conducted by Rev. LaVerne R. Meinecke. Mrs. Kenneth Aukes was organist and Carmen Cook sang. Matron of honor was Mrs. Thomas Julius. Roma Nimz and Mrs. Lavern Kuster were bridesmaids. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of nylon organza over taffeta. The lace bodice featured a princess waistline emphasized with a bow and a round neckline. The bouffant skirt ended in a chapel, train, Her fingertip veil of nylon tulle with lace at the bottom edge ,was fastened to a small hat of nylon organza petals .covered with pearls. Her only jewelry was a cross necklace, a gift of the groom., She carried an orchid. The groom's attendants were Kenneth Mastin, best man; Russell Nimz , and Robert Price groomsmen. Ushers were Edwin Wibben and'Ronnie Nimz. Flower girl was Jody Price. A reception was held in the parish hall following the ceremony for 300 guests. Dining room. hostesses were Mrs. Ernest Stallkamp and Mrs. Rudy Willrett. Mrs. Rodney Stendel had charge of the gviest book, Mrs. Glenn Wilson and Mrs. Donald Mpore cut and, served the wedding cake. Mrs. A. R; Willrett and Mrs. Carroll Wills poured. Mrs.'.Pred Sleeker,'M®Hejc-Lar-r son and Mrs. Edwin Wlbben.had charge of the gifts. The waitresses were Sharon Mastin, Joan Warmka,. Mary Moore, Carolyn Wells and Sandra Kopperi. The couple went on a two- week wedding trip to Reno, Nev. The bride, a graduate of Lakota high school and Mankato Commercial college, is employed at the ASCS office at Blue Earth. The groom is a graduate of Blue Earth high school, served four years in the air force and is presently engaged in farming at Blue Earth. Several Seneca Folks Hospital Patients Now Seneca — Jerry Wilberg, who was injured in an automobile accident some time ago is again confined to the Holy Family hospital where he was put in traction due to a neck injury which he had sustained in the accident but which had not healed properly. He had been released from the hospital several days ago. A former Senecan, Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, is in a serious condition at the Fairmont hospital, due to injuries she received when she was struck by a car while crossing a street in Fairmont. The accident happened several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. The occasion was a joint birthday of one year old Joffy and his grandmother Looft. Other guests at the Looft home included the maternal grandparents, the MiLton Wischhoffs of Oregon, Wis. '' Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis spent Sunday and Monday with his parents, the Martin Wilberga. Senecans will be interested in knowing that a former Senecan, Jerry Geilenfeld, 18, is a patient at a Harlan, Iowa hospital following injuries received in a two car accident near Holstein. He ' suffered severe face lacerations and fractured ribs. He is employed by a curb and gutter construction company. Mrs. Earl Preston was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Edith Cage had charge of the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Lestev Osborn and Shirley were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and son- in-law, the Morgan Tennysons, Fairmont. The Seneca Modem Mixers Club meeting has been, postponed until Tuesday, Nov. 14. Mrs. Jobn Johannes/en will be the hostess.
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