The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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FESTAL FANCY GRADE A COR CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL 2 NO. 303 CANS 29* FLAVORITE COOKIES Astt. Sandwich — Oatmeal — Sugar — Vanilla — COCOANUT - BUTTERSCOTCH - CHOC. CREAM 4 LARGE PKGS. $ 1 LIBBY'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE NO. 211 CANS 5 cans $1 AMERICAN CHEESESPREAD, I Ib. box 59c FLORIDA GOLD, NO, 303 CANS NO. 2 CAN STURGEON BAY PITTED RED CHERRIES Slorfl TOP SELECT QUALITY MtONftS 29 ALABAMA NO. ] RED NEW POTATOES WE HAVE A FEW SEED POTATOES LEFT Certified Pontiacs 100 Ib* bg. 2.69 Select Cobblers 100 Ib. bg. 2.98 Early Chios ... 100 Ib. bg. 2.98 V HOOP'S WEEKEND SPECIAL Free ! IDIES FUSTIC RAIN HAT value MORREU 4 OZ. PKO. CHIPPED DRIED BEEF at 39c Lb. JIFFY CAKE MIX WHITE - CHOCOLATE OR SPICE ALL FLAVORS Kool-Ade6pkg$19< HORMEL'S SPAM-t2oz.can 39c THRIFTY Miracle Whip Qt Jar REGISTER - WIN A $200 COOLAIR METAL AWNING JOB FOR YOUR HOME. Installed. Contest Closes June 1 — Winners Named June 6. If You Already Have Awnings Other Merchandise Will Be Substituted Such As Lawn Furniture, Tents, Etc. YOUR CHOICE - MA BROWN'S OL' FASHUN PICKLES OR/AND HAMBURGER SLICED DILLS s PINT JARS $ i ARMOUR'S STAR, SLICED, CHOPPED rkwitiuM WLU, raw, owo v.Mma |H II • • . GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 5-89c I HAM Lb. 59c 4 TO 5 LB. AVERAGE DRESSED DUCKS ...Lb,69e Choice BONELESS CLUB NICE, DRESSED 3 TO 4 LB. AVERAGE Chickens HORMEL'S FORT DODGE TRAY PACK Bacon 1 Ib. 59c ARMOUR'S STAR uarlers Always A Good Selection of Beef Qudrters-From 30 to 80 Quarters In Our Coolers To Choose From At All Times. You Pick The Quarter, We'll Cut & Wrap To Your Order at No Extra Charge — and Prompt Service, Too! FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 79* STOKELY'S NiW PACK SLICED FROZEN STRAWBERRIES....510oz.cans $1 Cheek Our Prices For 30 Ib. Tins, New Pack SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE 5 Cans 55c SUPER VALU PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Lard 4 Ib. pail 75 ALGONA UPPER DES M01NES ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 10-Year Service Award Evelyn J, Ollom, who has been employed in the Kossuth County ASC office for more than 1] years, was presented with a certificate of service and lapel pin Monday morning in recognition for her work. Richard I. Anderson of Ledyard, chairman of the county ASC board, is shown in the above photo presenting the certificate to Evelyn. Evelyn, who began her duties in the local office in March, 1946, is ACP clerk, assistant price support clerk and acts as office manager in the absence of Virgil Rohlf, office manager. She Is the first local employee to receive the award, which is a recent innovation by the ASC. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) Titonka Girl Is Bride Of Minnesota Man Titonka — The wedding of Evelyn J. Willemssen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lorens Willems- sen, and Edward Rudquist, son of Mrs E. W .Rudquist of Minneapolis, was held Saturday, May 11, at 2 p.m. in Good Hope Lutheran Church at Titonka. Rev. B. H. Schwerin officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with vases of white gladioli and palm leaves. Mrs Clarence Brandt of Titonka played the traditional wedding marches and also accompanied Mrs B. H. Schwerin who sang. The bride, given in marriage by Jier father, wore a ballerina length gown of white crystalettg fashioned with an empire bodice and smoothly fitted midriff with princess lined skirt. Her neckline was boat shape and sleeves were three quarter length. Her ballerina length, veil was held in place by a capulet effect headpiece of white velvet and trimmed with sequins and rosettes of lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses and her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings. The maid of honor was her sister, Lora Lee Willemssen. The bridegroom's attendant was James Longley of Minneapolis, a friend of the groom anfl uabers were David Willemssen, a brother of the bride and -Jim Keanan, a cousin of the bridegroom. A reception was. held in the church basement after the ceremony for 60 guests and relatives. The bridal table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake trimmed in white with blue roses. It was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Darlene Franzen, a friend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book while Mrs James Longley and Mrs Leo Aulich of Algona were in charge of the gifts. Lillian Norby, a friend of the bride, of Minneapolis, poured, while dining room hostess was Mrs Leo Rich- icy. Ladies who assisted in the kitchen were Mrs Sylvan Hanna and Doris Kuchenreuther. Mr^ Martha Fuls cut and served the wedding cake. ' The bride' s going away suit was navy blue and sHe wore tHe white rose corsage from her bouquet of flowers. Aiter a short wedding trip they,, will make their home in Minneapolis where Mr Rudquist is employed. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school and attended . Naeve Hospital at Albert Lea and at present is employed at Gamble-Skogmo at Minneapolis. The bridegroom graduated at Roosevelt high school in Minneapolis and at present is employed in Minneapolis. Workshop For 4-H Campers Kossuth County,; 4-H camping, program for, 'the, summer began iwith the attendance of several persons at the Extension Camping Workshop held a,t the State; 4-H Club Camp at .Madrid. Erma L'^e Deim, Algjjna; Lois , Ben tie, Wesley ani^Mary^Stauctt. • home economist, tobk»'9part ,in a two- day ^campjtte 1 " Session con-, cerned with camp administration, nature, camp crafts, I reCrWatidh , and music, outdoor cookery and- special camp ceremonies.- , *' The workshop, held May 6 and 7th, was conducted by members of the staff of the Cooperative Extension Service, Iowa State College with, the assistance of several; other . resource persons. Kossuth County 4-H'ers will be attending a 'district camp held at the Methodist Camping grounds in Clear Lake^JwQe 1&, through., the 14th. • ., .- # ™ \* The Plum Creek Boys 4-H May 1, at the Center. Schpgl;., There was a 'report given **b'y Donald Etherington. The boys from F.F.A, came out to show parliamentary procedure, then lunch was Served, ' ................ • ..... * A logotype is a printing term meaning a single body of type bearing more, than one letter. MAY IS IOWA BEEF MONTH Babies need meat too. It has been found that in* fonts who have meet included in their diets Mitch only half as many colds as these net receiving mtat. And the colds they do get last only half as long. Children who eat plenty of meat art also less likely te catch colds. Nutritious beef and ether meats build resistance against disease. Plentiful supplies ef beef are new available for the good health ef people of all ages, , t SPONSORED BY Kossuth County Beef Produceri

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