The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 9
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y#•f^p ? 7r^ : '• * •*•' . •',!; *>? >V.VAVAVA%VAV.V//A\V.«.J * WINNIRS * Qt. Jar lounge Chain go h> Mrs Howard Pentecost of Algona, end Minnie Haines of Algona. Decorator Clocks go to Mrs Ed- j win 1, Thilges of Bode and*Mrs Herman Boeckholt of Bancroft Register Everytime You're In For Free Pbwer Mower DEL MONTE CATSUP LAR6E BOTTLES s 6 for SI PILLSBURY'S ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX Pkg.3«* ROSEDALE PEARS B^S 3 M ^ 14 *l CAL FAME PINEAPPLE - GRAPFRUIT DRINK 4 No. 300 Tall Cans MAXWELL HOUSE Large Jar . ALL FLAVORS ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA - \JWTH TH E HICKORY SMOKED FLAVOR ! CO WELL TRIMMED CLUB STEAKS Lb. PKGS. NORTH STATE .FROZEN Sliced Strawberries Pkgs. $ SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE 2 Cans BANQUET FROZEN POT PIES 5 Pkgs. HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 49$ PLUMP, MEATY, TENDER SLICED Chopped Ham ARMOUR'S STAR - No Waste, Boneless Canned Picnics 5 Lb. Can 2" TABLE DRESSED - CELLO WRAPPED 14 To 17 Lbs. BEEF QUARTERS-SELECT YOURS - WE CUT & WRAP LAMB & VEAL • AGED STEAKS • MEAT DELICACIES FANCY SLICING CUCUMBERS U.S. NO. 1 TEXAS SWEET CORN \ - • ' > 5 Ears 290 SWEET HEART RED RIPE TOMATOES Pkg. 29c ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY FANCY WASHINGTON STATE Winesap Apples •» 4 ^^^-^•^i^^^^ ^[^^ ^d^^ W -^^w *P ^P wF. wi mii!IP*^lBp PlINTY OF FRIi, PAViD PARKINS IN OUR OWN CMSTOMIR LOT ALGONA UPPER 0ES MO AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 14, Black-St. John Nupttdls Mnvy Ilelcm Black became the bride of Perry Joseph St. John in n ceremony in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Saturday morning, April 24. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanley Black. Burl, and the bridegroom, a son of Mr and Mrs George (Judcl) St. John, Algeria. Rev. Father Edward Mason officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. The bride was escorted to the nllur by her father. Sister Mary Ricurdo was organist, and Carol Flynn, soloist. Acolytes were Jim and Dan Zaugg. Mnrlene Black served her sister as maid of honor, and another sister, Mrs Donald Meyer wan bridesmaid. Donald Meyer was best man and Jim St. John was groomsman. Ushers were Gary Black, Richard Johnson, Burl, and Eugene Wolf, Bancroft. Immediately following the cere* mony, a reception; was held in tho Moose Hall. Theresa Thilg'es presided at the punch bowl, Mrs Charles Schroder and Arlyce Johnson, Burl, poured. Mrs Jim •St. John, Burl, was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Jim Kollasch, Swca City, Jane Black, Burl, and JoAnn Dullon, Algona, were in charge of gifts. Women of the Moose served the wedding dinner at noon. Tl\e bride: is' a graduate' of the Burt 'high school and is employed as a sfccreUyvy &>t the Donaldson Co, in Minneapolis, • The bridegroom is attending Brown Institute in Minneapolis* After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Minneapolis. , Whittemore Man Weds In Calif Whiliemore — In a marriage on April 4, Esperanza Gracia, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ascencion, became the bride'of Edward E, Neit/.el, son of Mr and Mrs Derwood Neitzel of Whittemore» in a double ring ceremony. Rev. Jamea A. Keller performed tha Nuptial High Mass at Oxnard, Calif. The bride graduated from Ventura, Calif., college, and the bridegroom graduated from Pret sentation Academy in Whittemore, and at present is stationed in the navy at Point Mugu, Cal. Gets College Honor Marilyn Seiler, daughter of Ml and Mrs 1 Julius Seiler, Algona,. has been elected president oi the A.W.S., organization of women student at Iowa Teachers College, Cedar Falls. She will preside during the 1959-60 school year and will 'be Dean-For-A-Day .at next year's .Women's Day. Mis3 ; Seiler also has-, been tapped ' a-' member of Torch and Tassel, honorary organization fpf senior women outstanding in' leader-'• i ship and scholarship.' - ' *• SENSATIONAL 9 5 9 VEi- QUALITY TTF PORTABLE/AC STEREOPHONIC PHONOGRAPH * PliETE^. NO iEXTRA SPEAKERS TO BUY THE COLLEGIATE, Model BPS-89L. Rich, boautifwl Brown color. Stereophonic phono dimea* toon* 1714" W< «V»" H, ISVi" D. Weight) 26 fcj. Remote •Speaker Sy$tem, 17jf«" W, 9V4" H, W" a Wmghl: W Ibt. AC only. "$149.95 ZENITH QUALITT S R E A K E R S' for ridv fuN sound. Eoch wott contain* a 6" woofer and a 4* tweeter whb Alnioo 5 magnet. (Total 4 EXTRA VALUE ZENITH FEATURE* .» Cu$tom.Mati< RECORD CHANGER V plays 33^ 45, 16% vpm fecofds. Hm .7 raj nrfd, »» phire stylus. CortrtdQe for ptayiag 78 cp« f««wd« wrtro CPS*. » Automatic Changer Shut Off • Awtomatk Sam* Speed Record Bow and TreW« •-it EASY TO CARRY LUGGAGE m IT TODAY! LOW DOWN KOSSUTH E. Stare

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