The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 9
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WITH SCHOOL STARTING, AND EXTRA EXPENSES, THESE FOOD BUYS CAN HELP TO EASE THE FAMILY BUDGET FRtSH, HOME DRESSED AVERAGE 3 TO 5 IBS. Roasting Chickens Ib. 29 WILSON'S CERTIFIED RINELESS SLAB BACON (By The Chunk Only) Lb . 39* WILSON'S CERTIFIED Boiled Ham 89 CUT UP - READY FOR THE PAN Spring Fries FRIDAY OUR STORE WILL BE "BAKE SALE" HEADQUARTERS FOR THE IRVINGTON IDEAL 4-H DEL MONTE __^ —— NEW PACK PEAS NO. 303 CANS c FULL CASE, 24 CANS.-.---,---$3.45 HUNT'S, NEW PACK, WHOLE 4 ICOTS 1 NO. 2'/2 SIZE TINS BONELESS - SKINLESS - COOKED Famous Dubuqiie Be Sure And Try Them 5 Lb. Can (Also Available 1 In 3 Lb. Tins) DUBUQUE CANNED , . . J and 3-4 Lb. Tins . . . , - - Y ( -.I, fft\. - T) .-»;;^ , ._, (Also Available In 3 Lb. Tins) BEEF HIND IL QUARTERS IU Robin Hood Flour 25 ">. bag ITS Butternut Coffee - 2 ib. tin 125 RED DOT Potato Chips Large Twin Pack 49C ALL FLAVORS Kool-Ade 3 Pkgs. IOC LB. TIN 690 MORTON HOUSE ONE LB. CANS si Marble, White, Yellow, Devils Food or Spice BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES A C H SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE « f\^ JVC GOOD REP POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39c COLORADO CANNING /PURE CIDER VINEGAR Bring Your Jug Gal. 49c ASSORTED CREAM Sandwich Cookies 2 <b. Pkg- 49$ DEL MONTE DRINK PINEAPPLE - GRAPEFRUIT 3 — 46 oz. tins $ 1 CYPRESS GARDEN GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS NO. 303 TINS PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY Algona (la.) Upper 50* MdfflU TKundey, Aug. 2?, WE HAVE KOSSUTH 4-H BEEF, ON HAND & READY AFTER THURSDAY, AUG. 27 Ex-Seneca Girl Is Ringsted Bride, Aug. 8 Seneca — Dorothy Jean Madsen and Jerry J. Bliss exchanged wedding vows the evening o£ August 8 at the St. John's Lutheran church, near Ringsted. The bride is the daughter of Mr ••md Mrs Melvin Madsen, Armstrong and the groom's parents nrc Mr and Mrs Charlie Bliss, St< John's, Kansas. The double ring ceremony was read by the; Rev. Carlo Petersen. Barbarn Richmond was the organist and accompanied the soloist, Carol Maclscn, cousin of the bride. The bride's maid of honor was her sister. Carolyn, and Mrs Don Ditzlcr, Stickney, South Dakota, was 'the matron of honor. Sheri Kay Hrck, the bride's cousin, Was [lower girl. Melvin Ivcs, St.f John, Kansas, was best man and Don Kinander, cousin of the bride was groomsman. The bride's cousin, Larry' financier and Myron Jacobsen erved as ushers. A reception was held at the h.urch parlors with approximate- y 150 guests in attendance. The bride is a graduate of Seneca high school and Esther•Mlle Junior college. She taught chool at Lakota and Swea City jnd will continue to teach at Swca ily this year. The groom was graduated from St. John's high school in Kansas uul attended Junior college at Pratt, Kansas. He expects to maj- jr in pharmacy this year at Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas, lie spent four years in the air force before attending college. The newlywcds took a wedding trip to northern Minnesota. The Seneca Stars demonstration team, Marilyn Johannesen and Margaret Nielsen, were among the trip winners at the Kossuth County Fair. They were given a blue ribbon. Mrs Raymond Green and son Barrel of Burbank, California are visiting at the parental Everett Wilham home. They will conclude their visit August 27. Last Thursday guests at tna Bertha Olsen home included Mra Charles Craumer of Milwaukee, Wise., Mrs Charles Neuenschwander and Mrs Wm. Gratz of Fairmont, Minn. The Women are sisters, the former Reba, Irma Dee and Fern Bixby. They formerly lived m the Seneca area, and were school males o£ Bertha. Sunday guests at the Everett Witham home included-Mr and Mrs-Ray Witham, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs L. H. Kettart and three children of Davenport, Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman of Lakota, Mrs Bernie Lowman, Algona and Mrs bowman's sister, Annie Sullivan, Virginia. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft sjoent the weekend at the home of their son, Jack and family, at Rochester, Minn. „ , . Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers of Waterloo were weeekend guests at the Everett Witham home. On Sunday they were guests at a pink & blue shower at the Harold Helmers home at Algona honoring Mrs Pete Helmers. Other guests included Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Elmer Witham and Mrs Raymond Green. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and Janice drove to Rock Rapids, Sunday where they attended a Letcher family reunion. Larry and Shirley Osborn, who had been visiting at the Letcher homes at Alexandria, South Dakota, returned homes with them. Mr and Mrs W. E. Patton of Whittemore were Wednesday evening guests at the Everett Witham home. Seneca friends of Mrs Howard E Jones, former Seneca resident, now of Storm Lake, will be interested in knowing that she is a patient at Buena Vista hospital suffering from a light stroke. Susan Breeze and Janice Osborn, who have been attending business college at Mankato, Minn., this summer, are new enjoying a two weeks vacation. Lester Osborn went to Mankato after them Saturday morning. Bancroft News Banns of marriage were published. Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for Bernard Kramer and Madonna Marlow. Mrs Laurence Bergman entertained a group of ladies at a coffee party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Fred Hudson, Bill and Jane, Omaha, spent several days with her parents the Perry Tor* ines. •Mrs Rose Murphy left Thursday for Winthrop and Waverly to visit her sons. From there she went to Chicago for a visit •with her sisters and brothers. Mr and Mrs Vincent Becker, Mr and Mrs Clarence McQuira and Patrick and Kenneth Me-. Guire spent several days sightseeing in South Dakota. They visited with Carolyn Lensing at Pierre, S. D. FAMILY TREE At the Guldberg-Anderson* Johnson family reunion he!4 recently in Iowa Falls; jntiqfeerf were presented, with ! a ,oogy of the family "tree" ttiat trace! the Guldberg cla,n generation? • ~ than 4Q9 years o* •more tt*a» jeet.

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