The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 9
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V a* History Moitio* 19* I T MEALS! FRESH DAILY GOLDEN BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR XMAS - COMPLETE SETS AVAILABLE -NO. 13 THIS WEEK ' ' ' HUNT'S SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES Tin \ I ROBIN HOOD F LOUR 25 Lb. Bag '179 - IN HEAVY SYRUP i FRUIT COCKTAIL GOOD VALU - IN LIGHT SYRUP - HALVES GOOD - IN LIGHT SYRUP PRICOTS MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM NO: 2 TINS NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE QUIK 1 Lb. Tiii 39 40 OZ. PKG. BISQUICK 39< PILLSBURY'S GRAND NATIONAL BANANA NUT, CHOCOLATE NUT, DATE NUT NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS 1 LB. BOX 29c CARNATION CANNED MILK 6 TALL CANS 89c SUPER VALU - WHITE - YELLOW - PINK CLEANSING TISSUE ARMOUR'S CRESCENT BRAND, TRAY PACK SlicedBacon'b-29 < -*J*£ . . • j tfSGTL'A. j ^jl&fe'JffififlBk'iiMt^JgB.'?!'!' '" W&^?tfjff/Mfr7^iiKI?&HSl%B C HOME RENDERED Pork Cutlets 5 Lb Pail ARMOUR'S TOPS SUMMER SAUSAGE BEEF BOIUNG CHEESE WILL TRIMMED LB. PORK ROAST...... 33c Be Sure & Contact Us For Xmas Cheese Assortments - Special Prices 400 COUNT PACKAGE 19 NESTLE'S SEMI-SWEET CHOCOLATE MORSELS 12 OZ. PKG. 39 St. Ann Hospital AUXILIARY BAKE SALE Friday, Dec. 1 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. IN OUR STORE BIG VALU SPANISH PEANUTS 1 LB. BAG 39 FLAVORITE - CREAMY OR CHUNKY STYLE PEANUT BUTTER 12 OZ, JAR 29 RED DOT GIANT POTATO WITH FRii SHIP DIP TRAY TWIN PACK i'^ £••4 k*r. LIBBY'S Mi ^(P^ HMIBBIiHI^|P^^ ^^ ^P^ Juice ALL NORTH STATE - YOUR CHOICE - MIX OR MATCH FROZEN VEGETABLES 6 1 JUICE ORANGES DOZEN 69° RUBY RED TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT LARGE 39° NO. 1 - NORTHERN GROWN PONTIAC POTATOES 50 LB. BAG $1. EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE DELICIOUS APPLES 3 LB, BAG 49c PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY - USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING 46 QZ, TINS SUPER VALU VOL 98 - NO. 48 Thursday, November 30, 1961 Mrs. Lonora Hiltz was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dieterihg at Bancroft last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gusler wore Thanksgiving guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Guster at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich spertt Thanksgiving at Minneapolis with Mrs. Rich's sister, Mrs. Hazel Marso. Cindy Hardy, Mankafo college, Minn., spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris were recently visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen, Austin, Minn. Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Heimef were recently visited by the later's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin,''Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinken had as/ Thanksgiving guests Mr. and>|5rs. Marvin Sernett, Rodney, Jeff and Greg, Sac City. Mrs. Harold Sabin, Mrs. Dunne Riley and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, were (Visitors in Mason City M6n- day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erpelding and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley called -on friends Saturday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Edna Harr had as guests last Thursday Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing, Livermore, and Dr. and Mrs. T.'M. Rossing, Bode. Carl L. Hanson*, Y a k 1 m a, Washington has moved to Algona and is making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Kraft. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Harmes spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Rock Post, Mo., with the former's parents, Mr. and jMrs. Ernest Zuck, - ',.'.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer has as guests last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swittert, >. Wall Lake, Minn., and Almond Steih- blcck and sons of Austin, Minn), Mr. and Mrs. Don McGinnif and family, Rockwell, wer« Thanksgiving guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Cecil McGih- nis. ,' - •',' •., •.''•- • '.-. •'• • ' .•''* ; : \ Mr. and : Mrs. Glen Jenkinson have /purch'asedJ.trie Harold Libp^ house on -Ijast',.,' Kennedy street and moved in recently. The Longs are. now on the farm, vacated vbyn thQ«~J.enkinsons. :•.. .<-• Mrs. Lee. Teel arid Larry..and* Leon have returned to their home at Palmdale, Calif., after a visit''of ^several weeks with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman. Carol Hayes, student at Mankato, Minn, college, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes. She had as weekend guest a classmate, Darlene Fratzke. Joyce Huenhold returned Sunday to Dubuque to resume her studies at St. Luke Presbyterian college. She had spent the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma held a party meeting at the lome of Denise Cook, Nov. 21. Prizes for games were won by Shirley Wellendorf and Jean Bilyeu. The next meeting will bo with Ruth Jorgenson Dec. 5. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lieb had ns guests last week Thursday Vtr. and Mrs. Harlan Herbers, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dennis Herbers, Minnesota Lake, Minn., Meta Behnke and Adela Behnke, Lotts "'reek. Mr. and Mrs. Severin Opheim, Vhittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Traub, West Bend, have returned from spending the Thanksgiving weekend at Topeka, Kan. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traub. Mrs. Traub is the former Eunice Opheim. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fowler and daughters, Susan and Sandie have returned to Glen Ellyn, 111. after spending Thanksgiving with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Fowler. Mr.'and Mrs. Larry Fowler spent Saturday evening svith the C. V. Fowlers. Joel Harris returned to the Iowa State University at Ames Tuesday a f t e r spending Tns Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Han-is. Thanksgiving was spent with his parents at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kandall Bebb at Cedar Falls. Roger Sluder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Studer, arrived home on leave unexpectedly Nov. 22 and will spend some time with his parents here. He will then report to camp Carson, Colo. to complete his army service. Another son of the Studer's Rev. Joseph Studer, Sioux City, was also a guest in the parental home Thanksgiving. L. E. Hovey is a patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, and had recent surgery. Mrs. Hovey is remaining in Des Moines. The daughter Mrs. Dean Greethurst has been here from St. Paul, Minn, and another daughter, Mrs. Gordon Hauck, Humboldt, is caring for her brother David and taking care of the household and Mr. Hovey's business until his return. P,!i-

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