The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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HOO&'S SUPER MERRIEST CHRISTMAS FOR CHRISTMAS FEASTING GRANDEE, THROWN STUFFED OLIVES Refrigerator Jai 1 PILLSBURY'S 14 OZ. PKG. HOT ROLL Mia....: 27c ALCOA - 25 FOOT ROLLS ALUMINUM FOIL ........ 29c HUNT'S F R UIT 5 300 TALL ,CANS FLAV-O-RITE, 12 OZ. PKG. i SHELLED WALNUtIS ..99c OCEAN SPRAY, STRAINED OR WHOLE CRANBERRY « * SAUCE . . . DULANY SWEET POTATOES SYRUP OR VACUUM PACK 2 NO. 3 Squat Cans FOLGER'S COFFEE 2Lb. Tin '119 DEL MONTE Pumpkin NO. 303 TALL NORTHERN - White or Assorted Colors - 80 Count LUNCHEON NAPKINS.. I For 2Tc all types EXTRA FANCY CHRISTMAS BONELESS, ROLLED LOIN PORK ROAST LB. 59e -DUCKS WHOLE pork oins Lb. BONELESS GENUINE/MEATY RIBS 59' ......i''•*• U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO Russet Potatoes 1 Ij NO. 1 Jonathan Apples B U . Basket GREEN NIONS CELLO RADISHES CELLO BAGS CRISP, PASCAL CELERY Jumbo Stalk 19 BROWN 'N SERVE PKG. OF 12 Pan Biscuits 19 FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 cans s | MARIGOLD NO. 1 ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS Gal. 79 NORTH STATE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 cons NORTHERN - White or Color? TISSUE PK0, OF mjf R MI Jr SUPER VALU Facial Tissue 400 COUNT - ASSORTED COLORS 5 Pkgs. $ 1 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY — USE OUR FREE PAVED PARKING SUPER VALU Seven LuVerne Residents Are Hospitalized LuVerne — Richard Wegner nderwent surgery Friday at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. David, ten year old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Rlstau entered .utheran hospital, Fort Dodge iunday for corrective surgery. David fell at school while play- ng ball and broke his right, leg. le fell since and the bones needed re-setting. Mrs. Georgia Barton entered VTercy hospital, Fort Dodge', 'Thursday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Guy GiddingS were in Rochester, Minn., the past week where Mrs. Giddings went through the clinic. Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jlem Stripling, entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday for X-rays and a ^check-up. Mrs. Minnie Hagist underwent recent surgery at University hospital, Iowa City. Mrs. Irvin Jergensen was a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge,;, the past week'. VOL. 98 - NO. SI Thursday, December 21, 1961 'Mr. and MS'Jack Klrhzey arid family, his mother Mrs. Doris Kitnzey of' Milo were'Sunday quests of their sister and'daugh- ter, the Bryce Wickett family. Mrs. 1 Doris-Kimzey remained for a'n extended' visit. ' ' •. •• Mr., and Mrs. .Wilson Legler of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of their son, the W. .Raymonq Legler family. They just return^ ed from a ten-day visit with their son, the EaH Legler family at Knoxville. They went to celebrate the;' birthday of Ear) Legler Dec'. 5. v ; • • A'-winter/card party>was held Sunday ? evening with* 'Mr. e,nd Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr. ; At ; four tables, high, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stripling, 16w, Mr! and-Mrs. Henry Hefty. Travel and nine bid, Mrs'. Wayne 1 Warmbier.* * *• Mi-Si; Jess' Lindebak 'entertain' ed her canasta club Saturday evening. At two tables, high, Mrs. C. O. McClellan, second-' hfgji, Mrs. Duane Neal.and low, Mrs. Hattie Baker. Margene Merkle, Westmar College, Le Mars, came Dec. 20 'foi her holiday vacation with her parents, the Fred Merkle's. • The Y.F.S. of (he Ev. United Brethren "church presented a Christmas play Sunday evening entitled 'Tax Day in Bethlehem. A devotion service was led -by Maebelle Maass. A white gift offering was taken for the Western Home in Cedar Falls. Taking part were David Naffziger, Shar:>n Heinkel, David and Dewane' Stoddurd, Connie, Linda and rfenry Schnetzer, Dennis Marty, Suzanne Dudley, Maebelle Maass. Their leader is Lawrence Marty. The Y.F.S. of the Methodist and Ev. United Brethren churches joined in singing carols in uVerne Monday evening. Re- 'reshments followed in the EUB ihurch with the fellowship group losts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McClellan attended the wedding of her >rother, Robert Patterson of Fort Jodge, to Shirley Hansch of Vincent. The service was read Sat- jrday evening, Dec. 10, in St. D aul Lutheran church in Vin- :ent. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Werner of ''airmont, Minn., were guests Saturday in the Charles Hinz home. Mrs. Lydia Lund and Ferd Meyer took Mrs. Meyer to the Maple Leaf Rest home in Burt Saturday. Mrs. Lund has assisted with her care the past two years. Baptismal service in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church Sunday was for the infant son Jeffrey Hugo, of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstick. Rev. Allen Rudow officiated. Sponsors were the baby's sister, Julie Faulstick and Forest Gilmore of Whittemore, substitute for Ernest Bernau of Fountain, Minn. The baby wore the dress worn by his grandfather, the late Hugo Faulstick, 70, of Whittemore who died six years ago. Dinner guests were the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau of Bode, Mrs. Hugo Faulstick, Mr. and, Mrs. Forest Gilmore family of Whittemore. 100 ; Mrs. Margery Branson of Montieth recently celebrated hef 100th birthday. She lives alone and has lived in the same house for ttie past 82 years. OLDEST Dr. W. F. Dean, ol Osceola re, cently observed, bis iOOth birtb^ day. He is now Uste4 as the old,fit• Tijflnft' T^ w^ 5 ^^ »

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