The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 9
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\ SINCERE HOPE fHAT YOU MAY HAVE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW ROASTING aigona ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 52 SKINLESS WEINERS 3Lbs. 99 100% PURE LEAN GROUND BEEF 3Lbs. 139 ARMOUR'S 3 Cans 29 LARGE FAMILY PACK BOTTLES UP 45 Braunschweiger HALF POUND POLLS C U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS ! CUT, WRAPPED, SHARP FROZEN ' HIND QUARTER IB; 49c '% A BEEF ..., LB. 45c ARMOUR'S STAR SHANK HALF ... LB. 43c f BUn HAIF: * ., IB, 49c I CENTER CHUNKS LB. 69c jj . ' • ' ' •;-.'.•-• i -..,•;. ,.-•'-,. . j- - _| HOME OPEN KETTLE RENDERED V'V >'i 1 •«•' 59 DAISY BRAND -ALL FLAVORS 1 'A G Cream 1 59 ALL NORTH STATE FROZEN Vegetables 6 Pkgs. ^^BBBI^^^ f*MfJWJW%^^ . ^ ,^i*a.J(f*»i 'i • ."... -n •' -•. • .• *. "^ , " • ' - -. • • • •-...• CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE 2 Large Pkgs. 89 HI-C U.S. NO, 1 PONTIAG POTATOES 50 Lb. Bay $1.19 ZIPPER SKINS MEDIUM SIZE TANGERINES 2 DOZEN 49c RUBY RED 10 Lg GRAPE OR ORANGE DRINK 46 Oz. Tins 29 flAPPY HOST TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. Tins 23 HILAND - REGULAR OR WAVEES Potato Chips 59' LARGE TWIN PACK BOX . . , . PRICES ©OOP THURSPAY, FRIDAY, SATURPAY ft MONDAY — USE OUR FRIG $WED PARKING SUPER VAUI Mrs. Sieve Wickllff entered Mercy hospital at F6rt Dodge Dec. 26 for surgery. ; Mr. and Mrs; William Allen jre parents of a six pound son born Dec. 21 at St. Ann hospital • —o— Mariners', couple club of fhe Presbyterian church, will have Watch night progressive party jeginning at 8 o'clock on New Years eve. Ava Simpson had planned to ;o to Illinois by plane for the Christmas holidays but was orced to cancel her reservations because of the flu. Mrs. J. P. Milder entered Si. Ann hospital Dec. 21 for medical reatment. The next day, the daughter Jo Ann entered the hospital for an appendectomy. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and Bill went to Omaha Saturday to spend Christmas with the daughter Barbara and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart and David. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely and Kendra and Victor spent Christmas with relatives at Sioux Falls, S. D. Victor is home from Iowa State University at Ames for the holiday vacation. Mrs. Goldie Guderian had as her Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Ness and family of Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobs'on. Recent baptisms at the Methodist church were Juli Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis; Angela Jean,, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell '•. Shipler; Glori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erby Shipler. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Briggs had as their dinner guests Sunday their children, Mr. and Mrs. Don PeCoy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernald Ermels and family of Webster City. The Briggs went to Webster City for Christmas day. ' • : Mrs. Beecher Lane accompanied Mr/ and Mrs;:Ray Cook on a trip to California 1 .:Friday: and is visiting, her- daughter, Delpres, who had recent surgery. The Cooks are visiting their son Don and '• family' and" will "return' the first week in January. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts have as their guest over the holidays their daughter, Dorothy, Washington, D. C. Mr. arid Mrs. Bob Butts and family of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buss and two children of Minneapolis were also here over Christmas. New members received into the Presbyterian church recently are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Mr. and Mrs. C. William Conn and Patricia, and Mrs. Dclbert Moore. Methodists will have a public watch night service Dec. 31 from 11 p.m. to 12:01 a.m. Rev. Newton Coughenour will be assisted by members of the Youth, Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs*. Kenneth Seely and Kendra and Mrs. Emma Hagg are among Algonans planning to go to Minneapolis Saturday for the wedding of Linda Sorenson. The young people of the Con- jregational church were hosts to :ho young people of other Algona churches at a holiday party m Congregational Center Wednesday evening. —o— Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Geering spent the Christmas weekend at Spencer with Rev. and Mrs. Sverett Black. The granddaughters, Paula and Billie Jean, returned to Algona with them to spend the week. Debra Sue. infant daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Warren • Nelsbn, vas baptized Sunday at the Pros- jyterian church. The grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Don Nelson, entertained at a family dinner 'ollowing the services. Mrs. Leo Steven, Methodist Sunday School superintendent; entertained the teachers, Officers and commission on education nembers and their wives or hus- Dands at an open house Wecme^- day evening, Dec. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lappin and Lori and Lisa left Wednesday for their home in Minneapolis after spending Christmas here with .Mrs. LappinV parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson. Christmas, Eve guests of the Hudsona were Mr. and Mrs. George Ballentine of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson of Fenton.. . . Order of Eastern Star ' will have its regular meeting Jan. 2 at the Masonic Temple. Mr. .ana Mrs. Don Hemmingsen are chairmen with Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. P. R'. Irons, Mrs. Goldie Guderian, Mrs. Katn- erine McMurray, Dean Taylor, y Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. barren Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore had as their guests over the Christmas weekend their family, Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Dean and font children of Columbus, Wise. an"a Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ford and three children of Iowa FallJ. Christmas day the entire groupl went to Eagle Grove to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garner. '"" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons and Joan DeGroote came from Manchester for Christmas at the parental Don Nelson's. Mrs. Simmons, who has suffered from .a back ailment for the past several months entered Lutheran hd^- pital at Fort Dodge Tuesday tot further treatment. Harold Green '. New Head Of Whittemore Club : The Whittemore Communily Club held its meeting 6n Dec. 19 and new officers elected wer|: president, Harold Greene; vice president, James Kollasch; secretary, Harold Schumacher; trea|j> urer, Jim Muller; executive committee, Russ Harris, Clete Muller, Howard Esser. ' L A resolution was passed extending condolence to Mr. ana Mrs. Hitchy Pettit on the loss oj the Plantation Ballroom by fire Sunday ' morning, .and. offering the help of the club in any way it can. ; , . ; . , *A resolution inviting all people in the community, including farmers, to join the club was passed. ' • New Burt Teacher 1 Mrs. Shirley Fritz of Loiiti Rock has been hired to teach third grade for the second semester at , Burt public , school. .She will replace Mrs. Rhonda St. John. Mrs. Fritz has a B.A. degree and three years previous teaching experience in Florida. Awarded Contract • i".> '•' • •'',':>:' S '.' '••••, " •' James A. Merryman of Algona was v a\yarded a, contract for construction of two new foot bridges at Call State Park in Algorutt on a bid of $2,000. The bridges will be 'six feet wide', 'arid 22 and 32 feet long. • Vj The germ theory was' introduced in the 17th century. Laennec invented the stethoscope in 1817. ;, Out goes the "old" — in comes the "new" — and here comes our wish to every one of you: May 1962 bring a wealth of health and happiness to you and your family. UNIVERSAL MFG. CO.

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