The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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mm DWAN - 300 TALL CANS - A TREMENDOUS VALUE Black Raspberries • 29C CRACKED, STUFFED 10 OZ. JARS SALAD OLIVES CAMPBELLS SOUP 25 LB. BAG CERTAINTY FLOUR $1.59 WILDERNESS NO. 2 CANS CHERRY PIE FILLING. 3 l$1 GIANT BOTTLE STOCKTON'S CATSUP 29c VELVEETA CHEESE ZPoundBox 79c ALL FLAVORS ROYAL GELATINE:.... ..Each 5c HERSHEY'S 16 OZ. TINS CHOCOLATE SYRUP 19c ONION SETS 2 Lbs. 25t ONION PLANTS 2 Bunches 25c U. S. NO. 1 — IDAHO RUSSET bag FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 49c FRESH CRISP CELLO BAG CARROTS.. lOc LARGE PACKAGE CELLO RADISHES ...... lOc NEVEDA GREEN ONIONS. ...bch.Sc WINESAP PACKAGE APPLES... .4 Lbs. 59c POTATOES PONTIACS 50 Lb. Bag S9C ALSO COBBLER & OHIO SWEET POTATOES FREE SAMPLES DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY RITZ Crackers 33* Large Pkg. CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE 1 Lb. Carton MA BROWN - LARGE 21 O2. JARS PRESERVES APRICOT PINEAPPLE PEACH STRAWBERRY TOMATOES Large Contadina 1\2 Size Tins 5 for $1 WELL TRIMMED LB. Beef Roasts 35< SHIP AHOY Shrimp 10 oz. Package BEEF BY THE QUARTER HINDS Lb. 35c FRONTS Lb. 29c Cut & Wrapped To Order — No Extra Charge TO FRY OR BROIL LB. Club Steak 39 ARMOUR'S COLUMBIA Sliced Bacon Cello Package SEA PAK FISH S TIC K S. 10-oz. pkg. 29c IT'S PICNIC TIME - AGED STEAKS THAT YEARN FOR A CHARCOAL OR WOOD FIRE - ASK US FOR SPECIAL OUTDOOR CUTS. Oleomargarine c± 4 Ibs. 89c LOIN END PORK CHOPS Lb.39c CHOPPED HAM...LU9c ARMOUR'S STAR CITRUS GARDEN, UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE... Tins 4601 25c STOKELEY'S NO. 1 FROZEN STRAWBERRIES........ 5 Boxes 51 PEAS 6Packages $1 FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans 85c DAISY BRAND VANILLA ICE CREAM %6al.dc Tide Giant Size.. 69c Reg, Size ... 29c $70 FIRE ARROW 26 INCH COLUMBIA BICYCLE REGISTER EACH TIME YOU'RE IN - WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED APRIL 18 CONTEST CLOSES APRIL! 3 THESE PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY SUPER VALU 111 Afgona (la.) Upper D*4 Mdfnflt* Thursday, April 4, 1957 Wed, Whittemore March Lela Fuosft, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Fuoss of Whittemore, and Morris McCann, son of Mr and Mrs Richard McCann of Creston, who were married in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore Saturday evening, Mar. 9; at 7:30 p.m., are shown here. Rev. Paul G. Weinhold performed the single- ring ceremony. The new Mrs McCann graduated from Fenton high school, while the bridegroom served three years in the army after his graduation at Creston. A complete wedding story appeared in the UDM March 21. (Glenn's Studio photo-Upper Des Moines Engraving) Titonka Girl To Be Bride On May 11th Titonka — A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday evening for Evelyn Willemssen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren Wil- lemssen of Titonka»who will become the 'bride of Ed Rudquist pf Minneapolis, May 11. The bridal table was decorated with silver steps and platform centered with a miniature bride ' and "grooftT standing in front of a large crops which was in the background, f A program consisted of a piario solo by Doris Hipp, reading by Cora Bell Stecker, vocal solo by Virginia Fritz and a playlet by Marilyn Welhousen and Doris •Hipp and this was concluded 'by a kitchen prayer by Mrs Schwerin. Assisting Evelyn with the unwrapping of the gifts were her sister Lora, and friend Marcene Hanna and Miss Pamela Aulich of Algona and Vicki Lou Harms and Jackie Rood of Titonka. Hostesses were Me s dames/ Amos Krominga, Andrew Krominga, Menno Fulg, Leo Richter, Telka Stecker, Sylvan Hanna, Harold Rood, Ernest Hansen, Lester Callies, Carrie Wilson, Elroy Hatten and Henry Stecker. Killed In Crash Funeral services were held Monday, March 25 at 2:30 from the First Methodist church in Marshalltown for Charles Lameroux, son of Mr and Mrs George Lameroux, former residents pf Titonka. He was killed in a car accident near Vinton, March 21, Charles Lameroux was born in Titonka in 1915 and left here with his family when he was aboiit four years old. He is survived by his wife, two sons* and his parents, all of Marshalltown and two brothers, Rites At Funeral services for Mrs Frank (Bud) Tienan, Garner, were held at the St. John's Lutheran church northeast of Garner at 2 pan., Monday, April 1, with the Rev, A. T. Reuber in charge,. Mrs Tienan died at Jier home Friday following a lingering $1- ness. Leone Boehnke was born in Des Moines on Aug. 1, 19Q7, and on April 23, 1988, was msus ried to Frank Tienan, a former Titonka resident and son of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy of Titonka, To this union were ; born four children, Frank Jfr., 6f Spring Valley, Minn, and Douglas oi Ventura, Mrs William (Phyllis) Postma, Mason City and a daughter Donna Lou Who (Jied In infancy. Mrs Anna Alke and Mrs Anna Swyter visited at the home #1 Mrs George L. Schmidt Wednesday. Rev, H. A. Diens and Mrs Carrie Bruns also called. Mr and Mrs Clarence Gus#* man and family of Nashua visit* ed at the home of Mi- and J|f* Wm. Everding and family Syn* day. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer and Rudy of Corwith and Mrs Recca Hipp called on Mrs Anna Swyter Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen was a caller at the home of Mr aM Mrs Leo Orthel and faraily 4 Q| Buffalo Center SwMay aft$r» noon. Dr. H. J Torgersoa Bud day afternooa,

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