The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 15
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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HOOD'S SUPER VALU MIRACLE o, WHIP J °' I ' A A 09 LIBBY'S 46-Oz. Tin TOMATO JUICE 25 4 CARNATION STall Cans 39< NORTHERN - Colored or White 1 CHARMIN or NORTHERN TOILET HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 TALL FOR DEL MONTE 303 Can PEAS 3 <- 49c WESSON QUART BOTTLE 53c REGULAR JELLO 3 GIANT TIDE 69 Regular _. 2 For 59c ARMOUR STAR Braunschweiger /*> 39 ! 0^^ ARMOUR STAR BONELESS WHOLE -12 LBS. SKINLESS Wieners EXTRA LARGE SPRING FRIES HIND BEEF Quarters Lb. 49c LOIN END CHOPS FROZEN SEA MIST Can FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD Orange Juice 5 Cans LAST LOAD Watermelons WHILE THEY LAST. Ea. NO. 1 RED Potatoes 10-LB. BAG PAN - O - CAKE LARGE ANGEL FOODS Each 39C PURE CIDER , VINEGAR Gal. BRING YOUR OWN JUS PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY SUPER VALU ALGONA UPPER DES MOl AtGONA, IdWA, tHURSBAY, AUGUST 20, Gwen Biersted Of Lakota Is Wed Aug. 9 Lakoln — wedding was e Aim 9 nl SI rhtm h when HirrsU'dt. (hii Mrs A (' Mi' bride of !,con A vfi y bomitifiil nli-mni/ffl ;il.7 p m. . Piitil's Luthrrnn (iwcnrl'il vn M;if iiihtfT of Mr find sMrdl. hccnni" the V Krcm«? t yon of ,,i\vi cnrc Krriwr of Mi ;md Mi* Wells. Muni The ilnuliU 1 nun ceremony was perlmmed l>v l!cv Tom Clen- i.lenen of Mmiie;ipo|m The' «cr- nvniette wiis i;iven by the Hov. I. K Memicke Mr* KonnMh Aukes \vns in Knni.-.t ;uid Psmlfl Mllckl'ls \V.IS Soloist Tin 1 bride was niven in mar- riiiKc by her father and was attired in a HUVVM of msc point lace and tulle with a chapel train and pointed sleeves. Her headdress was n finger tip veil of illusion, held in place by a Swedish crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink rose buds and white pom-poms. Her maid of honor was Marilyn Will and bridesmaid was Mrs Tom (.'Icndeiu'ii. The best, man was James Brill uroomsman was Paul Dnliigcr and ushers wen 1 Gerald and Max Biersted. Immediately following ceremony a reception for guests was held The bride's Uibl I ho 140 in the church. was decorated with a <hree tiered, heart shaped wedding cake with a eonfcc'tion- ary bridal houquiM across tlio lop. Mrs Dick O'Donnell and Mrs Lylo Marlow cut (lie cake, -Mrs >ger Krominga and Joan Sund- "sbo poured punch and Mrs Edward Mitchell and Mrs Harold iSimers poured coffee. Mrs Hugo Vliltag was UK.- dining room hostess. The bride is a graduate of Luther College at Decorah and taugiht last year at Bloomington, Minn, where she will return this- fall. The bridegroom will return to the University of Minnesota, for the winter quarter to complete his engineering degree. After a short wedding trip through northern Minnesota the couple will be at home at Minneapolis. Honored At Showe* ; Donna Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Olson, who is to be married AUK. -9 t() Mr Lloyd W. Herbers, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Aug. 13 at the city hall. Hostesses were Mrs Vincent Miller, Mrs Robert Ogren, Mrs John Griese, Mrs In/in Schwar/, Mrs LeRoy Richardson, Mrs Wilson Brack, Mrs Hilmer Hanson, Arm Robinson, Mrs Harold Kop- pcn, Mrs Donald Koppen, Mrs John A. Dornbush, Mrs C. W. Buckels and Audrey Ruby. A short program was given: pantomime, Patty Koppen and Mike Buckels; Connie Erda-hl sang; A skit was presented by Helen Koppen and Ella Buckels, narrated by Paula Buckels who then gave a piano solo. Mary Jane Brack acted as M.C. for the. program. Donna then opened her gifts assisted by her two sisters, Mrs Norman Stevens and Vicfcia Olson, after whteh liinefi served. Ann Itobirtson coffee and Darlene Koppen served the punch. Vickie Olson was in charge of the guest book. Principal and Mrs Clayton Helvick arrived in Lakota Thursday after having spent the summer in Iowa City where he attended summer school at the university, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kwm- mga and family left Sunday morning for a week's fishing and vaeation trip in northern Minnesota. Mis Iclah Rippentrop and daughters were Sunday dinner guests al the O M. Rippentrop home in Buffalo Center where they helped Mrs O. M. Rippentrop celebrate her birthday. Mrs M. H. Murray went to visit her daughter and family the Dr. John Lundquists at Denison Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Roseneau and daughter, Linda, Chicago, spent from Thursday until Monday visiting with his brothers and wives, Mr and Mfs Waller Roseneau and Mr and Mrs Harry Rosenau. Supt. and Mrs John Cook and children spent the weekend at Maryville, Mo. where the Cook family celebrated their mother's JlfHh birthday. Mr arid Mrs Arlie Meyer and family of Lelancl. Mr and Mrn Lamont Koppen and granddaughter of Britt, Miss Shirlene Meyer and fiance, Jim Mattune of Leland were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Baumann home. Tommy Neuman, son of the Frank Ncurnans, is enjoying a ten clay visit with the Joe Neuman family at Grove City, Minn. Dr. and Mrs P. C. Ge'ilenfeldt and her mother, Mrs Amelia • Koppen, spent Sunday at the, Russell Beeson home in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Frank Neuman and family attended a Neuman family reunion at New Ulm, Minn. Sunday. Present were the Lawrence Lappe family of Bancroft, Mrs Ed Rowlet and son of Swoa City, Betty Johnson of Bancroft from this area. The Arlowe Erdahl family, moved Wednesday into the Robert Hamilton apartment. The hou.se 4hey have been occupying was recently purchased by William Hanken. Mrs H. D. Mussmen was a Wednesday caller at the home, of Mrs C. F. Whalen at Titonka. A picnic was enjoyed by a large group Thursday evening at the home of ME^and-Mrs Jakie Peterson. Present -for the evening were the Lawrence .-Green- . fields, Cecil Sykes and'family, Cliff Sykes and family, all of Swt-a City; A. E. Andersons, Robert Hamiltons, Ray Hertzkes, Dr. I. G. Groffs, Alvin Boettchers, Thomas Thompsons, Harold Koppens, Irvin Sohwarz, Paul Koll- aschs, George Weringas, Pearl Smith, Harlan Melz and Roger Brack, all of Lakota. Mr Ray Smith of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. arrived last week to visit his mother, Mrs Ida Smith. Eighteen members of the Swea City Homemakers Club spent Tuesday afternoon visiting the Huetlner Flower Gardens. The Lakota Lads 4-41 Club met Monday evening at the home of Elaine Steenberg. DaviO Winter was in charge of the meeting in the absence of the president. Several dads wera guests. 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