The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 9
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REGULAR CANS VAN CAMPS TUNA LILY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL LIBBY'S ANOTHER SOLID TRUCKLOAD! Florida Red 'n Ripe Watermelons CRUSHED PINEAPPLE DWAN'S RED PITTED CHERRIES *• FANCY CUKES sc SUNKIST LEMONS DOZ. ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES 3 13'/ } .OZ. TALL CAN CHARLESTON GREYS LIBBY'S EARLY JUNE PEAS 5 WHOLE KERNEL CORN 7 303 Cans TASTI-RIPE (In Rich Syrup) NO. 2Vi CANS Sliced Peaches 4 ROSEDALE BRAND NO. 21/2 CANS BarllettPears 3-1 For The Astounding Buy They Have Been Coming Mites and Miles To Get Last Call! Strawberries LBS - LAST CALL - OLD POTATOES Washed - Waxed NO. 1 RED PONTIACS 50 BAG 1 19 CALIF. U. S. NO. 1 NEW POTATOES 10 Lbs. 45c Hunts Catsup 2 * 37 • , \ Hunts Tom. Juice 29 The Biggest, Most Luscious California Berries Ever Seen ! 3O-LB. TIN OLD FASHIONED BLACK RASPBERRY OR GRAPE Jelly 2 IB. jar 33 SUGAR ADDED Giant CHEER 59< REGULAR SIZE CHEER -------------- _ ____________ 2 PKGS FQR CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FAMOUS SPAGHETTI DINNER FOLGER'S INSTANT Coffee e jar Regular With Meat Meatless Dinner E-Z-POP DRINK MIX....6for Ifc Armour's Star (A FRESH SHIPMENT IN THURSDAY MORNING) Whole or HoK SKINLESS DEFATTED - SHANKLESS Terrific "SELL-OUT" Last Week ! ANOTHER TRUCKLOAD Quarters ALL GRADES - ALL WEIGHTS This is the kind of fine Beef U is a real pleasure to sell. Folks seem Jo think so — because they "look jl away' from us last week, Come and look these quarters over — pick the one you want — wo will carefully cut wrap and mark free. jrv» W«MU wo wui Well Trimmed NORTH STATE FROZEN PKG, STRAWBERRIES.Jc CLUB STEAKS HOME-MADE nwmc-JViMUt: j^g ^^^^ ^^^^ Pork Sausage 29* ARMOUR'S STAR 8-OZ. CHUBS Braunschweiger EA. ARMOUR'S SLICED Large Bologna Seq-Pak FISH STICKS, TO-oz. pkg.... . 33c Pork Chops . Pork Roast EXTRA FINE LOIN END ^^^" ^HB ^^Bli^^^ ^^^|^^^ VMMMi^^ - ^^BBBI^^ FDUU5ldl)E5 PRICES IFF6CTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY ••WIIM ALCONA UPPER DBS MOtNES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 195? out 3 Area Frosh Honored For Grades At ISC Robert Jensen and David Phillips, Algona, and John Cotton, Lone Rock, were initiated as new members of Phi Eta Sigma, national scholastic honorary for freshmen at Iowa State College, Ames, this week. To be eligible, a student must achieve'at least a 3.5 average for their first or first and second quarters at the college. Jensen is the son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen; Phillips is the son of Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips; and Cotton the son of Mr and Mrs W .J. Cotton. Ralph Bormann, Livermore, Wed At Belmond Livermore — Gertrude McLaughlin of Belmond, became the bride of Ralph Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann of near Livermore, June 3. The wedding was performed in St. Francis Catholic Church in Belmond by the Rev. R. A. Ormsby. The bride who was given in marriage by her father and wore a floor length white gown fashioned with a satin bodice, tiers of lace over satin for the skirt and Jong sleeves of pointed lace. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a crown of pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and wore pearl earrings and necklace. Carmen McLaughlin and Ruth McLaughlin, sisters of the bride, were maid of honor and bridesmaid. William and James Bormann served their brother as best man and groomsman. Flower girls were Jo Anne and Nancy Cook, nieces of .the bride, ring- bearer was Joe McLaughlin, nephew of the bride, Mrs Clifford Johnson of Belmond was organist and accompanied Do n n a Nolan of Belmond who sang. A dinner 'for 100 guests was held at the Veterans Club in Clear Lake. Following the dinner a reception was held for 200 Playsuits with matching skirts and Blouses, Shorts, Bermudas, Pedal Pushers. Sizes 8 to 14 Sub-Teen. Elva & Jessies The little shop on the side st. guests. The bride is a graduate of thd Belmond high school and also A graduate nurse of the St. Joseph Nursing school at Sioux City* Currently she is employed as a general staff nurse at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The groom is a graduate of St. Joe high school and has served two years in the army. They will be at home on a farm near Bode fot» lowing a honeymoon trip to tb.9 Black Hills. Mrs Kollasch Head Of Swea City Auxiliary Swea Cily — Mrs Kenneth Kollasch was re-elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening. Other officers named were: Mrs Jean Tague and Mrs Richard O'Green. vice presidents; Mrs Curtis Kluger, secretary; Mrs J. A. Sanftner, treasurer; Mrs O. R, Person, chap« lain; Mrs Maurice Kollasch, sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs A. M. Kollasch. color bearer and historian. Installation will be at the July meeting. The executive committee includes Mrs George K. Nelson, Mrs A. B. Bilsborough and Mrs Adolph Mortensen. Hostesses Tuesday evening were Mrs Martin Gabel, Mrs Leonard Appelquist, Mrs Allen Montgomery, and Mrs Arnold Anderson. 118 Bible Pupils There were 118 pupils enrolled in the Immanuel Lutheran Bible school which opened Monday and continued through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The classes presented a program Sunday evening at the church, demonstrating something they had learned during the week. Teachers during the week's classes were Pastor Leroy Pillman, Mrs Monford Peterson, Mrs Morris Johnson, Mrs John Nyman, Mrs Albert Swanson, Mrs Roy Valvick, Mrs June Ewing, Mrs Ed Petei-son, Mrs Cecil Thoreson, Mrs John Anderson/ Shirley Stenzel and" Reta Walker. Junior Baseball Set The Junior Baseball League has been organized by the following eight towns: Burt, Bancroft, Estherville, ... Graettinger, Lakota, Ledyard, Rihgsted, and Swea City, as. .announced by Superinten4jarit«|14\Vftrd Stewart. Four to^nkwiU field three teams in the league: Swea City, Lakota, Bancroft, and Ringsted; th-e others will have two teams, New age limits have been set, and new names given some'of the divisions. They are: Midgets under 16 on Dec. 31, 1956 Mites (formerly pee-wees) under 13 Pee-wees (formerly wee-wees) under 11 The first game will be with Bancroft at Swea City on Friday, June 14, at 2 p.m. First practice takes place June 12. Miller Band At Surf June 20 " The Glenn Miller orchestra, under the direction of Ray McKinley, will appear for the first time in the midwest at Clear Lake's Surf ballroom next Thursday, June 20. ' McKinley, long a famous orch» estra leader on his own, was Miller's assistant when the latter led the famous Miller Air Force Band early "'in World War II, and was leader of the band following Miller's disap', pearance. The present orchestra features many of the weil-known 1 Miller arrangements. The Adams, Harrison and Roos«, evelt families have each supplied the U. S. with two Presidents, ',' AOTRENTfC IG SMITH BIDE JEANS to ft»», * Wonderful for swinging hi tfoe $a4dt* •-for doing house worker juat plaij| foafcng! Yoke back, smooth side tipper and a two-snap adjustable waist assure the neat fit ygut want, Flashy copper rivets to frpnfc^eeaiwi double stitched in orange. IQ tough f °-ft Sai }^ 0 ^j* ed W«e de»lro, sizea 0 to 14 girls, n to $6 todies —' ^ BIG SMITH £>BPT,

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