The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 4
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,D*r**fc»lt, 19*1 - OCALS Hrfffli andi Mnt. Frank Vwa : soff* fu0€Q£2i^. Artev. wintsr, awffiol BtTiflff 2td9 tJOIixi it &> spttiiui HERE wiut&fc Eria ! &&' on Icy step fasme ai weefc ago- ana . Met EEfi* Teetes ptans to S|en<i Saturday at Hone Rocft *rft& Mr. and Mrs; IfecvBy Lar ",«*. and Mrs. Jo* CogJDey Bad. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mescfter Bancroft,, as dinner guests Staa- , Ways* Badsdtt vt inzelgr form a bacfe injary. Be 5*, hospitalized; at Mercy La Fort Dodge ' Cora Bacon is befog; TTS- dtoing; fite $ofid!ay$ by Mr Mrs- Stacfey McDonaldV Ba- LoueOfe Safer is going; to to gptrndt tftie holidays with! ttc- antf Mns. Ettewaoti Bafcer and! family.. \ - ' -, "Bfe. asd Bfa. !£*&£ Efc pfan to spend' ,C&rfstinBS, day al Cfearfea City wS& Mr. ami 8nc£ going to J Acnoife : Ptefc to> spend CHristmaai wfllt. mr- and i.B'S*- JjCC' fc*ffiirftft^<ynK * ' ' JTFi ffIUi i VwBjM* VH&ff^. IMttffflfftft wiH hais 3fe-' aktdi' BitrsJ George MnftM'aHi ~ ' " '~ '' » holiday i. „ Mr. andl NHK.T KtcOt"" CBrfetia ftave as tweeftend gueatsr fflw icr's pwriri^' ; -'B$r. and Mrs. e. JEL — "" Mick RHItrff Jtimior coIliegie6.a$"aJii8«*6 City to 3|end his. holiday/ 'Vacation with &»•, parents Mr. and: *Mra. George , Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Baker win have t$g|,; fctfetfs parents, Mr. and Mra. 'Wiliiafa Hediick. IJtVern^, as dij^icf 'gj&ts C&rist- mas day. j * •" * f •' Mr. and Mrs. Ariafeew GoIIner wM nave as Christmas dinner gnesto Mr. and fer of Wesley 944 5br- and Mrs Harold Hornbuikfei Waterloo. .Mr. and, MeK. , E^, Mino wilS have as gnestsf Clbistnias day Mr. and Mrs. HarpSf ^ino, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M&fo' and Mr. and Bits- ECmer BA3^y,*Swea City. < Helen CataSaiit is going to Onawa, to Spoidl the holidays? with, her brfcf&fer'and wife. A1-? vina Miller i^- 1 faring to Cedar Falls to spaiii'tfie holidays with relatives. **" ** >Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman aad.-san^ : aF*&ge*6tfr#e wHl Tfe'" Gjbristmas guests of Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mr£ Roy. McMahon. Mrs. K. D. James ,will also be a guest. . . . ' : : Mr. and Mrs. M. Pj Chrislian-* sen have as holiday" guests Mr.' arid Mrs. Harvey Julius, EJIs-. worth, Minn. They wrill be joined Christmas by Mr. arid Mrs. Floyd Hockaday, Mason City. ' - "* ' .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Alherfon will have as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William .-Uthoff, Mrs. Mae .Patricljt., Peterson, Mr, and Mra»*Bruct : Yager, Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Devine will have the parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. James Devine, as dinner guests Monday. In the afternoon all will go to Corwith to fae with Mr- and Mrs. Wilbur Daley. Mr. and Mrs- W. A. Barry, Mrs; Coleen Barry and family and Vincent Brennan and Mary Therese, are going to Mason City to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie and family. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. O'Connor and little son will spend the Christmas weekend at Lake City with the 2 former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. M. O'Connor and at Carroll with the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroedcr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner have as guest their daughter, Mrs. Liirry Householder, Minneapolis, who wi'l be hfre through the holiday<. She will be joined by her husband who attends school there. Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker will have as Christmas eve goests Mr. and Mr. Harold Prts- tlius, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz Jr., Irvm.er.on, ana tjje parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wii- j liam Baker and respective Cam- ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppara were dinner guests Sunday of Sir. and Mrs. Nick Heding a: Whittemore. The Sheppards wil> have as dinner guests Christmas $£f. and Mrs. Merlin Schumacher and Kim, Judy Schumacher Des Moines, Harold Hagg, Whit- tppiore, Mr. and Mrs. Duane 3tehuHiacher and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schumacher. KEYS! fOMS> Oysters W i 3& _ - =• v i ; Lk It L6. to 15 Lbs. HfeNS HOMEGROWN SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON GOLDEN BAKE BROWN & SERVE ROLLS 2 PKGS, OF 12 Hit!. Hi USDA CHOICE BEST BLADE BEEF ROASTS LI. j. t. > DELICIOUS READY TO EAT 3 LB. CAN HAM $2.79 5 LB. CAN HAM _> 4 TO 8 IBS. ' <U BELTSVJILE FOR A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS ' DINNER \ — CHO OCEAN SPRAY - WHOLE OR SAUCE Cranberries 2 300 SIZE CANS KING SIZE ; CTN OF 6 PLUS DEPOSIT '^^^c -up BRACHS 3 LB. BOX Chocolates GARDNER JOHNSONS Mixed Nuts RICE KRISPIES KRAFT SALAD DRESSING *H * ' GEDNEY SWEET : GHERKINS SW. CHIPS DIXIE SPLITS MIXED 16 OZ. JARS GRANDEE STUFFED OLIVES RiF. JAR ST1LLWELL SWEET Potatoes . CAN- MARASCHINO 10 OZ. JAR HERRIES CHARMIN 60 COUNT PKG. PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 2 3 OZ. PKGS. KRAFT PRESERVES Strawberry PILLSBURY OR BALLARD 20 OZ. JAR 45 C BISCU!TS3 Pkgi. HILAND POTATO CHIPS LARGE TWIN PAKBAG CARNATION - FREE CHIP DIP SAMPLING Sour Cream V ET 29 CURTISS Marshmallows 7 OZ. PKGS. C IMPERIAL Margarine LB. PKG. FAMILY SIZE JELLO Pkgs. RID PONTIAC MJT, and Mrs. Paul Dellnwo hflve received word of the death tjf. th« former's cousin, Mrs. ^orge Lenz, 69; of Circle, Mont Sfae was the former Clara Doer- iBfe well-known in this vicinity i^p'f} sjster of Maritta, Mrs. Howard Btekfeld of Armstrong who c|jed $ month ago. Mr. *nd Mrs. Ctow and dau^it^t ^sipe were planning to tepve tedm t>y car lor tfce state of WssfcNton where 4fr. ErlaBd«r will relocate in connection with tlw reteii ?4 he was advertising manager the Upp** Etes M^itxes and fo* years a member of the firro- , he ha4 teea hand- pronjotion snd sc- lor • BB^ ^HP^ BB JIP^Mk Hi ^Br W 4Bp^ 25 LB. BAG WINISAP APPUS ............. 2 IBS, I PASCAL 29c|CELERY URGE STALK 15e Monte Sale/ FRUIT COCKTAIL GRAPEF. SECTIONS CATSUP CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL CORN PEAS SPINACH 303 CANS 303 CANS BOTTLES 14 OZ. 303 CANS 303 CANS 303 CANS WOES 6HECTIVE DKEMBER - POLICY - You Con B* Sure When You Shop At Faraway Tho* You <J«t The Saving* Of Ail The Lowest Price*. YouU Save CASH 9y Shopping At Fareway. ECONOMICAL FO

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