The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 3
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Algena (la.) Upptr D«i Molrm-S Thurtday, May 13, 196S imnmiiiiiitiitmtnitiintnmfflninitiMiiiiiiiiittmitnii HOSPITAL NEWS iitimiiniiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyoiiiuii May 4 - Admitted - Mrs. Jennie ttelbler, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Minnie Morris, Lone Rock/ medical; dismissed - Michael and Patrick Fox, Mrs. Charles McNertney and twin baby girls, Bancroft; Brad Chrischilles and Mrs. Angellne Gustin, Algona; Mrs. Harold Haag and baby, West Bend. May 5 - Births - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitt, Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 10 1/2 oz.; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Swea City, boy, 7 pounds, 6 oz.; admitted Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Wesley, medical; dismissed - John Thill, Maria Gibson and Maxwell Miller, Algona. May 6 - Births - Mr. and Mrs. Gary Olson, Lone Rock, girl 6 pounds, 5 oz., Mr. and Mrs. John Strayer, Algona, boy, 6 pounds, 11 oz; admitted - Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona,med~ leal; Mrs. Dean Kubick, Algona, medical; Kim Thuente, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Ruby Johnson, Corwith, surgery; dismissed - Marlnus Hansen, Algona. May 7 - Mrs. Helen Kemna, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Marilyn DeValois, Algona, medical; Mrs. Gladys Williams, Algona, medical; dismissed - Kim Thuente, Delbert Hall and Ralph Thompson, Algona. May 8 - Admitted - Mrs. Willlam Doocy, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Glenn Harms, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Ruby Johnson, Corwith, Mrs. Alfred Bell and Mrs. Pearl Besch, Whlt- temore; Dale Farnham, Algona; Mrs. Minnie Morris, Lone Rock. May 9 - Admitted - William Wagner, Mallard, medical; Roger Becker, Lakota, accident; Mike Carpenter, Bancroft, accident; Joanne Junkermeler, Elmore, Minn., accident; Joleen Thilges, Bancroft, accident; James Klein, Algona, surgery; dismissed Mrs. Robert Hamilton and baby, Swea City; Mrs. John Romer, Algona; Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Wesley; Mrs. Richard Schmitt and baby, Algona. May 10 - Admitted-Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard, Emil Carlson, Mrs. Robert Henderson, Algona, medical; Mrs. Mary Elbert, Whittemore, surgery; dismissed - Joanne Junkermeler, El-" more, Minn.; Roger Becker,« Lakota; Mrs. Gary Olson and baby, Lone Rock; Mrs. John Strayer and baby, Algona; Mrs. Dolores Marking, Algona. Register 21 New Vehicles, Recent Week A total of 21 new vehicles were registered during a recent week at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Volgt here. Owners are: Chevrolet - M. M. or Bernice Hurlburt, Swea City; A.J.Huen- hold, Algona, truck; J.L.Meyer, Fentoo, truck; T. J. and Francis Bormann, Livermore, pickup; Francis Kollasch, Whittemore; W. R. or Beverly Van Devender, Swea City; G. E. Peterson, Swea City; John or Myrtle Alke, Lakota; S. E. or Estelle Uhr, Swea City; S. T. Evenson, Ottosen. Ford - H. P. Peterson, Bancroft, pickup; M. F. Farrow, Lakota; Amos or Cecilia Flnne- stad, Fenton. Honda - Willis L. Janes, Wesley. IHC - Algonalmpl.Co.,pickup, Volkswagen - Village Pump Tavern, LuVerne. Plymouth - W. C. WUlrett, Burt; R. L. Ricke, Wesley; Edward or Velma Pilcher, Algona. Olds - W.R.Phelps, Swea City, Pontiac - Paul or Dorothy Carlson, Algona. Rural Mail Box Spruceup Week The Post Office Department has designated the week of May 17 to 22 as Rural Mail Box Improvement Week. All rural patrons are asked to look over their boxes and if in need of . repairs to repair them. Unsightly mail boxes do not add to the looks of a farm, Mail boxes should have the name of the patron and box number on the side the carrier approaches, If the boxes are in a group the same name and number should be on the door. Mail boxes should be rust proof and in good condition to protect the mail from the weather. This has been a bad winter for boxes due to the heavy snows and many boxes are in bad shape, The department will appreciate it if the patrons will check over their mail boxes and fix them up in good shape, HOOD'S IN ALGONA SKIPPY CREAMY er CHUNKY PEANUT BUTTER •- 3, 1 4; Plenty of FREE PARKING In Our Own Lot Apricot, Red Cherry, Peach, Pineapple, Red Plum »-t^|8|;« jfSffS^\ ^s;P -tpr.'^ j i; f. •*• ^ :f; -,;^ fr- : : ; ,. .«, S*: Vjl ;',N.;-.-$ *4fe-:-^ ?«&"-''1? Sli> « A Kraft Foods Representative In Our Store,, Friday & Saturday KRAFT'S 101/2 oz. pkgs. F LOUR I Miniature Marshmallows - 2 for 3k iri —t • i/n A »•»!«• t/n A BT/r ^5 lb.Ba! Tfrsri^i <t /uj, OO^ A/r5Ti£'I <| QUI'K 1 KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Ib. Box 79 C KRAFT'S CARMELS KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Mfilontej DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL KRAFT'S DRESSINGS - ALL VARIETIES IN THE BIG SALAD BOWL I A TRUCKLOAD - IT'S CORN FED, HOME-RAISED BRAND No. 303 cans f RUlT COCKTAIL or SAUERKRAUT or SPINACH- 303 can. 6 for HIND QUARTERS - ... Ib. 53c FRONT QUARTERS - .. Ib. tic % A BEEF- lb.flc • • • PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY. You May Select Your Own - We'll Cut To Order, Wrap, Sharp Freeze At No Extra Charge. KRAFT'S Midget Style COLBY CHEESE each 59c ^^^^M&aH^^tS^ 1 '--• MOREA BLADE CUT ROASTS - Ib. 49c MOREA 7-BONE ROAST- ... Ib. 59c MOREA ROUND BONE ROASTS, Ib. 69c MOREA STANDING RIB ROAST, Ib. 79c MOREA CLUB STEAK- Ib. 79c T-BONE or Sirloin GRILL CUTS to Your Order Pilltbury'l (mode by Kraft) BUTTERMILK BISCUITS to a tube 3 tubes 2k KRAFT'S PARKAY OLEO 2 Ibs. 49c EXTRA LEAN, FRESH DAILY Sliced, All-Meat Chopped Ham, Ib. 59c Sliced Morrell's Lge. Bologna, Ib. 3k Wilson's CERTIFIED SGB VAN CAMP'S Super Valu 6*A oz. tube Charmin Pork & Beans 5 No. 2 Cans 89 by Janet Campbell CHICKEN IN WINE SAUCE 1 cut-up frying chicken ¥4 tsp. marjoram I cup brown broth (made from te tsp. oregano Instant Beef Flavor Bouillon) 1 tsp. salt 1% cups red cooking wine Mt Ib. sliced mushrooms or 1 large onion, sliced thin 2 (4Vfe oz.) jars sliced mushrooms 2 shallots, minced (optional) Brown chicken in 'electric fry pan preheated to 350 degrees. Add broth, wine, sliced onion, shallots and seasonings. Cover. Reduce temperature to 250 degrees and cook with vent closed 40 minutes, spooning sauce over chicken several times. Add mushrooms the last 5 minutes of cooking time. Remove chicken and mushrooms from sauce. Thicken sauce, If necessary with a little arrowroot or cornstarch dissolved in wine. Serves 4. Super Tip — *If you don't have an electric fry pan, this recipe may be prepared in a deep skillet, and cooked covered on top of the range over low heat until chicken is tender - about I. to 1% hrs. TROUTMAN'S POULTRY FARM NO. 1 - LARGE GRADE A EGGS Doz. 37° ANNIVERSARY WINNERS of TOASTMASTER APPLIANCES • Jane Conrad, Algona, Coffee Maker • Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum, Irvington, Mixer • Mrs. Lou Nitchali, Algona, Toaster • Mrs. Randall Clark, Algona, power drill Frozen, Sea Mist Concentrated LEMONADE Can lOc Elm Tree FROZEN BREAD, 3 39c Flavorite-all varieties except asparagus VEGETABLES-... 5 for 89c N o.r°rL, ICE CREAM - % gal. J9c LARGE CUKES 1 lor Ik Large ORANGES, doz. 49c DELICIOUS APPLES - Ibs Ik BUY THE BRANDS YOU KNOW I*******

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