•* ff?1 3 MORE DAYS TO REGISTER - ENDS MAY 9th 35,000 JACKPOT of PRIZES •Algdftc* (r«.) «W$C«8^^ 17th ANNIVERSARY SALE Rambler American CAR s Like the iftvinga in food values during tin's big Anniversary Sale, there are also savings in driving this Katnhler American club tedan* Six lucky winners \vill receive new 1959 models o£ this car winch, because of its performance nnd design features, has eel the pace in public popularity. Cornea complete-with lwo*tone paint, Weathereye heater, reclining scats and white sidewall tires. .,< (Mix' 'fim or Match 'Em) * IN TOMATO SAUCE,,or IN PORK & MOLASSES' 14Oz. Cans WILbERhJESS t - CHERRY, APPLE or RAISIN ultimate home decorating. OttosenGirl Selected Miss Twin Rivers A prize really worth winning! These chairs are completely weather resistant, have fingertip ad* justmcnt to four positions, and flash-fold in tine movement. . • , • 4 No. 2 Cans $1 TWIN PACK FULL POUND HILAND \ n ' (Mix'Eni; or Match'Em) Potato Chips - Mm Putty Johnson (above) will lentvscnt Twin Rivers as its queen 'at the North Iowa Band Festival June 9. A junior, she wus chosen by the band. She is st'ci-olary of the junior class and active in music, plays clarinet, is n member of the girls ^lee club and mixed chorus and playa pinno. She is also active in spoils. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Emory E. Johnson, Ot- losen. Her father is the elementary. school principal. Marine Vctske Of Bancroft FOLGER'S or BUTTERNUT lb: Can PURE GRANULATED HI-C Oz. Tir|s Flav-0-Rite 13 Delicious & Fresh Assortments, Mix 'Em or Match 'Em MAKE IT EASY FOR MOTHER WITH THESE MEAT SUGGESTIONS . ARMOUR'S STAR READY - TO - EAT ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED PICNICS Boneless — No Waste! Lb. Can Has Surgery Whole or Half Lb. 100% Pure - BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST CRISP, TENDER CELLO CARROTS - .2 Pkgs. 19c EXTRA FANCY GRADE, BLUE RIBBON CELLO PACK RADISHES Pkg. 5c LOIN END Pork Chops CENTER CUT Pork Chops Bancroft — Maxine Vaske, 11 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Vaske, a patient a<t University. hospital, Iowa City, underwent surgery on her hip and is getting along as well "as can be expected. Her parents are with her at Iowa City. , Mr and Mrs Bob Benzenjtoblj •their daughter, Kathy, to Rochester Friday for further tfea ( t- ment. Karen Schiltz and a group of 20 young people had a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Marlin Schiltz.. The party was in honor of Dick Simmons;- They had - an /outdoor upper and then spent: the evening -playing^ 500. ^Th^ group gave 'Dick a gift.- =r- -• "•" , Mrs Rose Murphy underwent najor surgery at Waterloo. She ill remain at Waverly with her on, Arch and family for an ex- ended visit when she returns rom the hospital. Mrs Nel Kirsch, who has been n the rest home at Burt, returned to her home this week for the summer months. Among those who attended the funeral of Brian Stevens of Armstrong Friday were the Or- v'ille Farrow family, >the Clarence and George Diers families and Frank Diers family. Brian Stevens was the six month old grandson of Mr and Mrs Lee Olson. WHOLE No. 1 White Calif. SHAFTER POTATOES Daisy, Vanilla & Neapolitan Gal. Marigold No. 1, All Flavors Vt Gal. Cut And Wrapped For Your Freezer NEW LOW PRICE UJ.39C SANDWICH SPECIALS COOKED 5 CHOPPED Ham lb. PRAIRIE QUEEN BAKED BEANS-COLE SLAW -.POTATO SALAD CUT-UP, TENDER, MEATY, CELLO PKG. LAST CALL SEA MIST FROZEN Pontiac Potatoes 5O B IA % 1.49 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY P NORTH STATJ FROZEN VEGETABLES Plenty Of FREE Paved Parking Fenton News The Boy's Glee Club of Sentral High, fifteen in number received a No. 1 rating at'the music contest held at Bode Saturday. Janice Bierstedt has been elected to represent Sentral High ' School as queen for the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City. A senior, she has been active in both instrumental and vocal-music. She also played on the basketball team. Pentecost Sunday. v May 17, will be observed in Fenton churches, by special services. St. John's 1 Lutheran (Missouri :Synod) will hold the first mission festival of the year at 10 a.m. First Methodist will have roll call of members during the ten o'clock service. Noon potluck dinner in the church dining room will honor new members* Mrs Dennis Rolling and son Shane of Bancroft spent Monday at the Leo Fox home, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons visited friends at Goldfielcl Sunday. Mrs Anne Presthus of^Algqna was a Sunday dinner guest at the Martin Wilberg home. She also visited with the Henry Loofts. Whittemore News Allen Kelly Voigt, infant'spn of Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt, was baptized Sunday morning in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Mr and Mrs Edward Kelly'of Webster City were his sponsprs. ' Sunday dinner guests in his honor we^3 Mr and Mrs Thomas Kelly, grand' parents of Fort Dodge," and Hv and Mrs Edwarti Kelly f ~ * Mike.and daughtey Mary Webster City. A number of relatives at the home of Mr-'and, . aid Ollom hpme north of Sunday evening to htjp loin celebrate ,^ : ~ v Those present .W0r, . Herinan Voigt, Mr a; tpn Espe and i >'
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