The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1957 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 3, 1957
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ALL FLAVORS JELLO 3 *-. 19 PEARS 3 «« $1 HUNT'S NO. 2 </2 SIZE QUARTERED 50 LB. BAG Certainty LOUR $2.89 QUAKER OATS QUICK OR REGULAR LG. PKG. 35C Dollar Conned Goods r "*jUBk*^B. _ SHOWN- udkffltfutrtt Sale HAPPY HOST CUT GREEN BEANS 8 for $1 HAPPY HOST CUT WAX BEANS 8for$l HAPPY HOST CREAM CORN 8for$l HAPPY HOST WHOLE KERNEL CORN 8 for $1 CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP 8for$l MRS. GRIMES PORK & BEANS - 300 Tall Cans 10 for $1 Cypress Garden Sweetened — 46 oz. Cans GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 for ft Large In Shell - Mb. Pkg. DIAMOND WALNUTS Me Charmin TOILET TISSUE.....,--_:-: Pkg.4-29c North State FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Ifc Gerber's Strained BABY FOODS 3 cans 25c Finest Brand CHItl BEANS ;-.--... JN tall Ifc KLEENEX WHITE - PINK - YELLOW 400 Count PKGS. "799 TIDE Large Package 290 MARIGOLD DAISY BRAND VANILLA ICE CREAM 1 /2 Gal, 69C TEXAS SUGAR SWEETENED Grapefruit No. 96 Size 10 for 39c TEXAS CELLO WRAPPED CARROTS, pkg. 10c TEXAS SNO-WHITE CAULIFLOWER 29c PAN O CAKE Freshest Angel Food U. S. WASHED & WAXED PONTIAC POTATOES 10 IBS 49* FANCY, WELL TRIMMED Beef Roast, Ib. 31c CUT FOR FRYING OR BROILING Club Steaks, Ib. 27 TENDERIZED MINUTE STEAKS Lb. 49c DIRECT FROM THE COAST FRESH OYSTERS Pint 79c BEEF BY THE QUARTER HINDQUARTERS, Ib. 31c FRONT QUARTERS Ib. 27c An Additional Truckioad of Beef In Next Wednesday, Jan. 9 Get Your Order* In Now SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA Lb. 39c HOOD SUPER VALU Sllcjcmn Upper JSes jttoine* ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1957 VOL. 94 - NO. ! • LuVerne By Mrs. Pern Bigings Christmas Guests Mr and Mrs Jack Roos and daughters were Saturday overnight guests in the home of her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Garland Steinbeck at Hartley. On Sunday they all attended a family pre-Christmas dinner in the home of their brother, Mr and Mrs Dutch Oostenbrug at Primghar. Mr and Mrs Donald Kamerer. Dan and Jean of Sanborn and Jan and Lynn Roos who had spent Sunday night in the Kamerer home, arrived in the Jack Roos home Monday afternoon to spent the Christmas Holiday. Other guests in the Roos homo on Christmas day were her brother, Mr and Mrs Keith Ooslenbrug and Susan of Storm Lake. Family Parties The family of Mrs Christina Nielsen and the late Aksel Nielsen held their annual Christmas party and family get-together in the town hall Monday evening. The family of Mrs Anna Goetsch and the late Charles Goetsch, held their annual Christmas party and get-together in the town hall, noon of Christmas Day. Mrs Mabel Thompson went to Plover to spend Christmas in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Irvin Burgarat and family. Mr and Mrs James Rodley of Des Moines came to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs Amelia Wagner Monday and to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson. Pfc. Larry Werner of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. came Monday for the December 25 holiday with his sister, Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and Mark. Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen of Omaha visited his sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen over the weekend and attended a family get-together Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs Christina Hansen in Algona. Holiday visitors in the Robert Hardcopf, Sr. home are their children, a son, Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Jr., David and Jean of Kansas City; daughters, Mrs Barbara Templin and sons, Michael and James of Chicago, 111., and Mr and Mrs David Harper, Jan and Robbie of Buena -Vista College, Storm Lake. The Harper family visited his mother, Mrs Glenniss Harper and daughters in Sheffield, Sunday. Christmas visitors in the Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas home were their sons, Mr and Mrs Arnold Thomas and daughter of Stanhope, Dorrance and Richard Thomas and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Huerta and family, Patricia Hansen, LuVerne, Bride of Dale Braynard all of St. Paul. Minn. Mr and Mrs Glen Schwarck and children of Whitten came to spend Christmas in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson and Linda. Mr and Mrs Howard Swanson and sons spent Christmas eve in Ames at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs G. L. Osborn. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Borryhill of Superior, Wis. left Wednesday for a trip to California. Mr and Mrs Harvey Will and sons were Christmas guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Voss in Eagle Grove. A/1C Robert Marty and friend Joe Rodano, stationed at Ofutt Field, Omaha, Neb., spent the holiday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and family. Mr and Mrs Harvey Will and sons had as guests Sunday his brothers, Mr and Mrs Paul Will and sons, Mason City; Mr and Mrs Robert Will and sons, Lu- Verne, their mother, Mrs Theresa Assing and sister, Mr and Mrs Richard Stringer of Fort Dodge. Christmas guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, Janice, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly, Dale of LuVerne, Keith Kubly, Ames, Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha and baby, Randall, Mrs Eldon Marty, JoAnne, Waltham, Minn., A/1C Robert Marty, friend Joe Rodano of Ofutt Base, Omaha, Neb. Christmas week visitors in the Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty home were Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha and daughter of Randall, Mr and Mrs Weltha took Mrs Eldon Marty to her home in Waltham, Minn., Wednesday after spending Christmas here in the parental Edwin Marty and C. O. McClellan homes. Mr and Mrs Otto Schipull went to Rochester, Minn., Thursday where Mrs Schipull underwent surgery Saturday. They were expected to arrive home Wednesday. Word was received telling that Mrs Etta Benedict, in her late eighties had fallen Sunday morning at the Good Samaritan Rest Home, Mason City, where she is living, breaking a hip. She was taken to the hospital in Mason City for medical attention. It was reported Wednesday her condition was satisfactory. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Charles and Margene spent Christmas day in Des Moines in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Earl Lehmann and sons and mother, Mrs Emma Lehmann. Billy Lehmann. accompanied them; home for a visit. Margene Merkle remained to visit in the home of her uncle in Des Moines for a few days. LuVerne — A pretty Yuletidd wedding took place, Sunday, Dec. 23, in the LuVerrJe Methodist church when Patricia Hansen, daughter of Mrs Van Hartsen, and the late Mrs Ruth Andrews Hansen of LuVerne became the bride of Dale Braynard, son of Mr and Mrs Glen BrayrWtfd of LuVerne. The double ring candlelight service was read by Rev. Robert Phillips, Laurens, former pastor here. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was lovely in a white crystallette gown over taffeta fashioned princess style and ending in a chapel train. Long pointed sleeves over the hand, V-neckline with folds of crystallette completed the ensemble. Her illusion net fingertip veil fell from a small hat of white crystallette. She wore a pearl necklace, gift of the groom. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, centered with an orchid. Mrs Allyn Brink, LuVerne, attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jo Anne Kohls, Strawberry Point,, College roommate and Annette Braynard, LuVerne, sister of the groom. Attending the groom as best man was Marion Larsen, Lu- Verne, high school and college roommate of the groom. Groomsmen were William Pelz of ,Ame3 and Jason McCoskey, Blairsburg. Ushers and candlelighters were Allyn Brink, LuVerne and Dick Schroder of Blairsburg. A reception for 150 guests • was held in the church rooms following the service, with Mrs Ted, Hoover of Doan, aunt of the bride as hostess. The cake was a creation of Mrs Glen Braynard of LuVerne, mother of the groom. Cutting and serving the guests was Mrs Duane Hansen, Sibley, sister-in- law of the bride. Pouring was Miss Wanda Will of Forest City, classmate of the bride. Waitresses were Nancy Will, Des Moines, Jan Burger of Waterloo, Rochelle Andrews of Burt and Diane Hoover of Algona. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Percy Brink, Mrs Ray Stone and Mrs Harry Lichty. Guests were registered by Mrs Ray Sanders of Webster City, aunt of the groom. The bride and groom are graduates of 'the LuVerne high school; Mrs Braynard will- be a graduate in June'from four years majoring in music, at Ip.wa, State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls. TJie groom was just graduated front a four yeaiv cdursd''j f$ vocational agriculture from I&\Va State College at Afnes. He 'expects to enter the armed services in January. The young couple will 'be at home in an aoartment in Cedar Falls CONGRATULATIONS TO MR AND MRS AUGUST HARIG From The Chrischilles Store On The Occasion of Their ^ FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY This store is proud to congratulate Mr and Mrs August Harig who wilt celebrate their wedding qnniversary on Tuesday, Jan. 8th. Mr and Mrs Harig were married in §t, Benedict on Jan. 8th, 1907 and moved to Algona from their farm 20 years ago Of special interest to the Chrischilles Store i s the fact that Mrs Harig bought her wedding dress here and also purchased the dress she will wear at the reception, at the Chris' chilles store. Thus another cycle of 50 years continuous patronage is established between a valued customer and this 87 year old store. The Chrischilles Store wishes Mr and Mff Harig a happy Anniversary and many more years of continued health and contentment, The Chrischilles Store

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