The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 14
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(la.) Upper D« Moin« , Jommi-y 17, LOCALS M* and Mrs Oran Hudson were visited Sunday by the former':; parent-:, Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fcnlon. During the income fax season Mrs Dallas Klein is assisting at the L. S. Bohannon insurance office. Mrs Lenora Hill* is being visited a few days this week by her Sister, Mrs Rude Rahe of' Bancroft. Fred Funk and family of Humbdldt railed on Fred's parents, Mr and Mrs Herman, Funk, Sunday night. Jack Allen, of Brit!, speni the weekend with his parents. Mr and Mrs James Allen. Jack is a teacher in the Britt schools. Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms drove to Waverly Saturday to spend the day with their son Robert whr as a student at Wart burg college there. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannser \vere supper guests Monday of Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson Mrs Nelson i.4 a niece of Mrs Johannsen. Mr and Mrs Ferman Heinen were supper guests last week Sunday nf the former's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jack Mears at Burt. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wiese have moved into the W. J. Sigs bee apartment. Mayne is employed at the Pioneer plant and his wife is employed at Elva and Jessie's. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer have had word from the latter'.' parents, Mr and Mrs Lee Martin of Clarion that they have returned from a trip to Arizona and California, ' ' Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck are parents of a son born Jan. 9 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces and has been named Gordon Lee. Othr chil dren in the family are Douglas and Leeanne . Mrs A. L. Falkenhainer fell on the stairs at her, home Sunday and Tuesday had surgerv at St. Ann hospital to pin the hip joint which was broken. She is recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Wayne Allen came from Webster City Saturday to attend funeral services for Robert LaBarre and also visited friends They now have the Flaming Motel •court at Webster City. Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund have returned from Rockford, 111., where they spent three days with Mr and Mrs Robert King. The Kings are former residents here when Mr King was coach. Mr and Mrs Louie Kollasch oi West Bend became parents of a girl Friday, Jan. 4, at St. Ann hospital. This makes .three girls for the Kollaschs. Mrs Kollasch, was formerly, Betty Ann Bollig of Bancroft and sister to Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona. Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes and , Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan are on vacation, the first stop being at Phoenix, Ariz. From there they went to Northern California They will" be gone another >' fortnight.: D,uring the absence of the Harmes,, Mrs Karl Willason,: is stayingflWith the children. i'n Mrs Welter Chelchowski''* and children Kathy and Dick sailed Monday for Toule, France to join Mr Ghelchowski who has been in service there since last March. They expect to be there two ' years. Mrs Chelchowski and the children have been staying with the parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Haag. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb . have been visited by the former's brother and sister, Ronnie and Lila Holcomb, of New York City. Ronnie is a commercial photographer. Lila is employed in a • • department, store. The local Hoi- combs recently moved here .from Whittemore and have purchased •the house of the late Mrs Elizabeth Funk, They have sold their house in Whittemore to Mr and Mrs Woody Russell. Connie Metzger, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, spent the Christmas holidays with grandparents, Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft and with an aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Cletus Muller of Whittemore. After school resumed, she stayed with Mrs Julia Taylor of Algona, Clarence Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, in the navy and stationed in Maryland, spent the Xmas holidays at the Harry Barton home in Algona and also, with grandparents, Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft. He shortly will be transferred to Moffett Field, Calif., to be with his older brother. Robert. Mrs Ed Wilkins received a message last week Wednesday from her friend, Mrs Frank Bogs, nee Margaret Winslow, telling of the sudden death of her husband. They Jive at Dayton. Ohio where both were employed in the postoffice, Mrs Ross as postmaster. The Winslow family will be well remembered and liv- eel a number of vears ago in what was known as the Sample house on east McGregor street, now owned by Raymond Irons. Besides Jus wife Mr Ross is survived by 8 mwried daughter Barbara. Mrs Ednja StebWns of Pomona, Calif., is a sj$ter of Mrs Ross. Mrwd Mr, jm w <i Schenck and Ssiwly and Mr and Mrs Clarenes Metsger of Ateona, returned evening, Jan. 6th from Ri -«-^ nev kft fe y car ° n ?he Sohencks visited nfj friends and also at- s Jawipfcnie, Rose par. T&». 'Pie Metzgers took S*n Jose and spent *ew Year's, with their iriey and husband With tfialr son Rothe navy. Jan „_ j fteir back to L.. metUy the Sehencks RATH'S BLACKHAWK Luncheon Meat 12 Oz. Tins 39c M mm ^mr jgy VAN CAMP'S NO. 3t£ TALL CANS PORK & BEANS 3 For $1 AT HOOD'S SUPER VALU - - Help Yourself *^-* • DOLE'S NO. 303 CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL. .J for DEL MONTE NO. 2 CANS Crushed PINEAPPLE Mor/fe DEL MONTE 48 OZ. TINS PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 for 89c HUNT'S CATSUP Lee. Btl. GOLD MEDAL Home Sliced Lean Meaty Choice Tenderized BONELESS, ROLLED & TIED i Fresh Ham ft 490 BEEF Roasts Halibut Steaks Fresh Cut 49c 25 Ib. bag 5Lb. Bag 49c JANUARY-SALE STILL GOING BEEF-BY-THE-QUARTER Hindquarters — Ib. 31 c Front Quarters—Ib. 27c Half A Beef — Ib. 29c CUT & WRAPPED TO YOUR ORDER, NO XIRA CHARGE OX TAILS - PORK HEARTS - FRESH PORK FEET - CALF HEARTS - CALF TONGUES - PORK BRAINS - FRESH SIDE PORK - SWEET BREADS SOUP BONES, with Meat PkgTiOc STEW MEAT, Lean Boneless _... Lb. 59c BEEF LIVER, Young Tender _ :„ „ Lb. 35c Fresh, Crisp California heads LARGE, FLORIDA Grapefruit FOR 490 LARGE, FLORIDA JUiCE Oranges 2 °" 490 ROYALTY - 9 OZ. TIN FRESH FLORIDA Tangerines 2 »oz. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE... tOc Cream or Whole Kernel BUTTER KERNEL COR 2 7 Oz. Cans 29 JONATHON or Winesap FLORIDA Cucumbers FOR AMERICAN CHEESE 2 Lb, Box U:JBC RED PONTIAC Potatoes 50 Lb. Bags 1.19 FLORIDA PEPPERS EACH SUPER VALU NATURE RIPE - FROZEN PKCS. STRAWBERRIES... 5 pkgUI FLORIDA GOID - FROZEN ORANGE JUICE ..J cans 89c

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