The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1955 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1955
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4-Algona (la.) 'Societv of "Ms* ji«» <w«it- Janice Ostrurh W«d Sunday In a double-ring ceremony performed Sunday aftemsan. Mar. 27, al 2:30 o'clock in Ihe First Presbyterian church, JTanste L«e Ostrum became the bride ttf Pfc. Donald L, Baade. J*Tik« is the daughter of Mrs ERtoi S. of Algona. and DfflMJhJRs are Mr and Mrs H*swy Tilonka. Rev. M. KL. .E*r3ftc£sr before a bur$* gsr-wass <c9 and relative of Algeria pr««Sife<3 *5 * : and accoaepastjjtifi Site Steven Ostrarj <;" Burton A Sefrwvctn The terate ««c-s <j gown of war® irp'Urt ~ni*i satin, and carried! <trp n -i'ViU' white Bible Sfer Pi»n<J"-J& fell,from a pearl-h'irrrmetl' *Mtrti> Mrs Kenzy KQi-te of T'tuni^i, M*ter of the bridegt'wm. --srvutf a». matron of honor arrf '>nct»»sn7ai'J5r Were. Bsverty Johnson vt Pus | Moines and ShirCey Kueiteacsuth- er ol Algona.. [ Groomsmen were S<jhn Boefent; -and Verlyn Tjarhs t?f TttookanJ Ushets were Jerry Ostrum. and! Darold Sktlling of Al^ona, j A reception for 150 guests was \ held in the church basement, wun j Mrs Robert Elbert'of Gudden as j dining room hostess. Guests were | registered by Jeanette Sorensen of Cedar Falls. A short address was given by Rev. Burton H. Schwerin, pastor of Good Hope Lutheran church at Titonka. Nlrs Ralph Brown and Mrs Nellie Van Allen Of Algona poured, and table waitresses were Carmen Wellendorf of Des Moines, Lavonne • Halctsad'- of- 'Ernrhetsburg, -nwl Lorraine Anfinson. The wedding gifts were opened and displayed by Sandra Skilling, Mrs Esther Helberg, 'Mr^s Liziie 'Post and Mrs James Allen of 1 Algona. f iEolloWing their wedding trip,- Donald'Will be sent overseas. A graauate - of Titonka high school, he is now serving with the U.S. army. Janice, who is a graduate of Algona .high school and Broad- lawns Schdbl, of "Wursing in Des ' Moines, will return to her tluties, at, Broadlawns- Hospital. Titonka Class Tours D-Moines Titonka,.—•' Thirty members _ ^ihe Titohka senior .-government Class ; 'and" Supt. and Mrs W. • P. •Truesdell left at 5:30;• •Thursday morhihg for; Des Mpines where they attended sessions" of tne House of Representatives and the Senate. , i fin , the ( late afternoon they ••, jyent on -,aJguided Hour through i ihJE; R|gifeter, and Tribune build- '•ihlg. They an'WenVby bus,which Will Confirm 21, Trinity Lutheran Twenty one young people of Ttirtity Lutheran Church will be received into communicant membership by the rite of confirmation in services to be held Palm Sunday. April 3, at 10:00 a.m. R*v», Lv. H. Loesch, pastor of Trinity Lutheran, will officiate. MtsTiters of the continuation cJfcss include Janice Benson,' Paul Ctarcstafferx, Glenn Culbertson, Ctert;,, Loveda Ewoldt, Nola l/eRoy Gronbach, Dieter Franklin Hagg, Deloris Virginia Hclmefs. James \%$iiiasa Kickbush, Delores FLEXSCHM&NirS Actire Dry Yeasi in new -Tlttifir Three's" KARO Brand Syrup L 1 *:.„--*!: 66c Leek, Sandra Phillips, Roget* Rochleau, Larry Scheppmann, David Schneider, Terry Struecker, Reinhold Wedmann and Carole Wittkopf. Holy week will be observed by the church with the following special services being planned: Palm Sunday, confirmation of juniors at 10:00 a.m.; 'Maundy Thursday, April 7, communion at 7: April 8, Tre Ore,services (on the half hour) 12:00.ribbW-*- 3:00 p.rm 74 Local Seniors To Career Day Algona Hlgft School seniors Will attend the eleventh, annual Eagle Ofoye Career Day, Wednesday, April 6. i About 81)0 students, Including 74 seniors and principal Earl Legler from Algona, will spend the day attending training sessions which have been set up with 48 different vocations on the agenda. Each student will have the opportunity to attend four one- hour meelings at which visiting professors and industrial leaders Will outline the requirements of thei,r work and what the youth- may expect from these vocations. There will be a total of 101 sBs* sions during the day and. all major vocations will be discussed. Instructors will include professors from Iowa State, Iowa Sftite Teachers College, Iowa Univer- sity and Drake, plus many well- known business men, Tom AAerrymcm Receives Honor i Tom Merryman of Algona was elected president of the Iowa Concrete Drain Tile Ass'n at the annual meeting of the organiza- tion held last Wednesday in Des Moinesi ' • , , He is,associated with hid.father in the Algona Block •& Til^Cu. of Algona. Tom served as vice President of the organization last, year. The meeting Was held at 'i the Savery Hotel. '; ' ' : Jupiter is the largest of the. planets, • . • . .,': , . wsssssssssfssstsa. NESTLE'S Chocolate Morsels, pkg ........ _____ NESTLE Cookie Mix. Fkg. — — CALUMET Baking Powder OE-, 16 02. can ______ fcwl* KNOX Unflavored Gelatine, ; pkg .. .'„:— CHEAMETTES, 2 for SURE-JELL, 2 for CERTO, bollle ... 25c 29c 25c 27c C and H Cane $1-09 RAY'S E'fr YOUR • • ' uarters In Algona . • , FOR, CARPETS Let Bjustrom's Help You Plan Your Entire Home Decor For The New Spring Season ! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED $exton .also attended. "HOME" MEANS MORE WITH ALEXANDER SMITH'S 'KEEPSAKE- FLOOR-PLAN RUGS AND BROADLOOM CARPETS ON^THE FLOOR" You've heard of the new look in clothes! Now here's the new look in rugs and carpeting! Alexander Smith's wonderful new "Keepsake" Flodr-Plan Rugs and broadloom caroel. Nothing like them have ever been dev<?lojj»<j for Vtear and beauty al anywhere near "their low price ! '<* They are an amazing blend of imported wool and rayon that was years in the making. The pile is dense and deep, for that walking-on-air feeling. The patterns are, exquisite . . . the texture soft and velvety . . . the colors are rich and glowing. Choose from our large selection conveniently arranged on a special revolving rack that lets you see all the "Keepsake" prize patterns at a glance. And with that glance you will also see all-the sizes with prices at your fingertips. Other nationally famous brands also available at Bjusiiom's: Firlh — Gulistan — Mohawk. "' • ' ALL SIZES — ALL PRICES — ALL FABRICS — ALL PATTERNS With spring blooming all over, how lovely and fresh looking' your rooms will be with some new custom-made drapes from BJUSTROM'S. Our new equipment of materials just arrived with the very newest- of patterns and fabrics. '."•.. With oicpsri decorators here in. our store you can. fsel ai easa in making your selection of our fine drapery materials. Beautiful floral designs in a. variety of color combinations plus the newest modern designs and the plains will delight your eye when you visit our store. Make the change today while you're doing your spring housecleaning. Prompt, expert work always. ^^yx^ AY' CERTAINTY FLOUR GIANT WHEATIES For INSTANT ROYAL PUDDING GRANULATED SUGAR 10 L-bs. TOILET TISSU NORTHERN COLORED 12 ™ 1.0O MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR *T BENEFIT SALE! Red Sockeye Salmon STANDBY 1 LB. FLAT CAN 69c CAKE MIXES CHOCOLATE DEVILS FOOD WHITE • HONEY SPICE YELLOW • MARBLE CAKE Carnation Milk Tall Can 2 for 25c 3 PKGS ' 89c FOR °* C Ginger Bread 9 f 0r * Q Mix * ^ c Angel Food Mix 2 FOR Brownie Mix 2 f °65c MAYFLOV/ER CUT. NO. 303 CAN 2 FOR GREEN BEANS.... 25c MAYFLOWER. NO. 300 CAN ' PER CAN PORK'N BEANS....9c BORDEN'S BAKE'N EAT 2 FOR BISCUITS 25c JACK SPRAT OLEO 5Lbs. 1.00 MRS TUCKER'S VEG. 3 LBS. SHORTENING 69c LAKE VALLEY 2 LBS. CHEESE 67c SKIPPY 13 OZ. JAR PEANUT BUTTER..39c MAYFLOWER TUNA 4 for 1.00 » MAYFLPWER CATSUP 2for39c MAYFLOWER CRUSHED 8 OZ. CAN PINEAPPLE...4for49c FANCY SWEETHEART TUBE TOMATOES 29c FROZEN NATURIPE 2 FOR GREEN TIP LBS. BANANAS Softasilk 39e Ray's Market Has Just Put In A Full Line Of Dietetic Veg., Fruits, Jellies; Salad Dressing Lamb Roasts Lamb Chops Pork Cutlets 1 i Beef Roasts Sirloin Steak Ham Roasts Armour's Choice Armour's Choice Well Trimmed / Lean Meaty Choice Fresh Boneless Ib. 296 Ib. Ib. Ib. Minced Sausages Ib. 39$ Roasting & Stewing Hens Ib. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR EASTER HAMS HOME RENDERED LARD

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