The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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I REGISTER FOR FREE- COCKER SPANIEL MORTON HOUSE OVEN-BAKED Pork'n Beans 5 16'/j-O2. CANS FAIREST" BRAND FACIAL TISSUES DEL MONTE FREESTONE Peaches BUTTER KERNEL (Cream or Wh. Kernel) Corn 303 TALL CANS 400 Count Per Pkg. ALL FLAVORS KOOL-ADE KRAFT Orangeade 'fesh'n'juicy e Red'n'rijpe BISQUICK GOLD MEDAL CARNATION MILK ANOTHER TRUCKLOAD! Fresh To You This Week-End ! PAN-O-CAKES The LARGE Size! Sold In'The Pan Fine For Shortcake LARGE 40-OZ. PACKAGE FLOUR 5-lb. bag 49< CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE WHITE OR COLORED 4 ROLLS Z9C STOCKTON CATSUP OREO COOKIES Large Bottles 29c FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN LIMEADE SEA-MIST FROZEN LEMONADE CAN CAN PARTY-PAK ICE CREAM CONES - CUPS They're Gay Multi- Color ! U. S. NO. 1 LONG WHITE CALIFORNIA NEW POTATOES IQEbs. 39c FRESH TOMATOES California Vine-Ripened MARIGOLD ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS FREE SAMPLES On Crackers Whole Pork Loins CUT AND WRAPPED FREE FOR LOCKER OR HOME FREEZER Look These Loins Over and Choose Just The One You Want lib. Loin End Pork Chops Ib. 39 A Choice Selection of Quarters Offered This Week-end For you who like ihe "best"-in Beef, we invite you lo come in and inspect these Quarters in our. locker. Select the one you want and we will cut, wrap and mark for you These are choice quarters — beef with that extra "something," * e BEEF ROAST Well Trimmed iiuiiiiii Lb. HOOD'S PIICP EFFICTIVI THURSDAY, FIIPAY, SATURDAY AND ARMOUR'S STAR Sliced CHOPPED Ham Lb. ARMOUR'S Coarse-Ground BOLOGNA 3 Rings For Gold Coin OLEO 4 Ibs. 79* ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUN6 20, 19Sf Dorothy Oftedahl Weds Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill, recent Seneca newly weds, are shown mi. above . Photo. Mrs Hill is the former Dorothy Oftedahl. Oft J M w , ed / in S of Miss Oftedahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ola* S» nnM i °t, Seneca and ^ruce D. Hill, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Hill Sn? n? a i? Center, was solemnized Sunday afternoon, June 9, rit 3:30 fcM'nffiM^ H^£ ut .i her £i n church at Ri "gsted. Rev. Harlan Blockhus officiated at the double ring ceremony. , ColWp «t 7rn,i% a r£ rad V# e of Seneca Hi gh School and Waldorf Centef hfgh School. g ™ 0m *** graduated from Buffalo Recent Swea Newlyweds Ma,-i ^ U 1 Luther °n Church was the scene of the wedding of Marlene Carlson, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Carlson of Swea City and Everett Thorson, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd 1 ThorsoTctf Armstrong. The ceremony to ? k place Sunday, JuneT at 3 o ? c"ock with Rev. Leroy Pillman officiating at the double ring ceremo Myrna Kilstofte of Strafford and Mrs Esther Frandsm of Hol sang two duets, accompanied by Florence Kylen of Mason City also played the nuptial musicT. The bride ^vas given h» In^rr by her father. Her attendants were Charmayne Boe of ArSonl l MPK ° f ° tho - ^ he best ma " was Kevin Thorsor!; of the bridegroom, and groomsman was Merlin The Merrimack River, one of the country's shortest rivers, supplies the power for more factories than any other river in the try. Tht Play Clothes for Tht Toddler and 3-6x Biouse A Short Setc ELVA&JESS Tht Utilt m

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