The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 15
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i r I Thursday, July 18,1957 HUNT'S CATSUP 14 OZ. BOTTLE 2 Bottles Jflomes; Thursday, July 18,19S7 AND SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORTI PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY ARMOUR'S TREET 12 OZ. TINS 39< NINETY-FIVE CENT SALE! VETS DOG FOOD -12 for VAN CAMPS 300 SIZE PORK & BEANS - 8 for MUSSELMAN'S 303 CANS APPLE SAUCE - 6 for LAST CALL! NEW CROP RED, PITTED, FROZEN C U •*•* IHft lEfe I' IE! 11 &f* MERRIES 25 Lb. TIN I CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE White or Colored 12 ROLLS 95 ARMOUR'S ALL-MEAT SKINLESS 3 Ibs. 119 U. S. CHOICE BONELESS CLUB STEAKS Ibs. 796 KOOL-ADE ALL FLAVORS 3 • 100 COCK-O-THE WALK BARTLETT PEARS 5 No. 303 Cons ROBIN HOOD FLOUR WELL TRIMMED -' BOSTON BUTT S T B E E F 5 Lb. Bag 490 PORK ROAST OLD FASHIONED BLACK Raspberry Jelly Qt. Jar 39C LAST TIME - LAST CALL FOR CANNING APRICOTS 12 Lb. lugs From Washington State $139 CALIF. ELBERTA PEACHES HORMEL'S COUNTRY. STYLE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 59c (Includes 2 coupons good on 5 piece stainless steel place setting) HORMEL'S CANNED PICNICS 4 Lb. '2.59 PURE PORK SPICED LUNCHEON MEATS Lb. 49c SEA PAK FROZEN FISH STICKS lOOz. Package 33c ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED CANADIAN BACON Lb. 99c U. S. CHOICE CUTS LAMB AND VEAL - All Times TERS Economical Way,To Buy - Select Youn From 'S's' ; '-Hf •' <^H- Coolers - ^f| Cut and Wrap TP Your Order at NO EXTRA CHARGE, GOOD SUPPLY AT ALL TIMES LUG $2.09 SUNKIST LEMONS-A JUICY DOZEN 49t BING CHERRIES 12 Lb. Crates WATERMELONS SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE — Con,.. ..10c STOKELY'S FROZEN SLICED STRAWBERRIES 5 Pkgs. $ 1 STOKLEY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans 89c PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT Ripe, Juicy 20 Lb, Av. up and ^^•^•^•^^^P ^i^i^i^i^i^w ^^Rff^^^ ' ^^WHB^^^^ VAI.-U Mary Kennedy, Seneca, Weds Bancroft Man Seneca — Mary Elizabeth fiedy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Kennedy, became the bride of Albert Kahler, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kahler of Bancroft, Wednesday, June 26 at St. Mary's Catholic Church at Armstrong, Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher performed the ceremony. The bride was beautifully gowned in lace over slipper satin. The skirt featured tiers of lace and pleated tulle ruffles in the back which extended into a chapel length train. Her bou» tjtiet was of roses. She was escorted to the altar by her father. Maid of honbr was Dontia Kah» ler, Bancroft, sister of the groom, and bridesmaids were Nancy Kennedy, sister of the bride, and Janice Buckmeir of Fairmont, a friend, also a cousin. Charlotte Johnson of Minneapolis. Betty Ann Kahlet' and Allen Kahler, sister and brother of the bridegroom, served as flower girl and ring bearer. Attending the bridegroom as best man was James Kennedy, brother of the bride. Ushers werfc Anthony Kahler and Dennis Kennedy, brothers of the bride and groom. A reception was Held in the church parlors at 2 o'clock. Barbara Kahler registered the guests and gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs Mike Clark and Mrs Vincent Blackowski. Mrs Ray Kramer cut the wedding cake. Mrs John Nowichi poured coffee and Mrs Mike Kennedy served the punch. The bride is a graduate of Seneca high school and has been employed by the Minnesota mining and manufacturing Co., Fairmont, Minn. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. John Catholic School at Bancroft and is engaged in farming. The couple left for a trip west and are how at home on a farm southeast of Bancroft. Ottosen Youth I. S. C. Graduate Robert Kemna Ottosen — Robert Leo Kemna, son ot Mr..,, and Mrs Edward Kemna, will receive his Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational* Agriculture on Wednesday, July 24, at Iowa State College in Ames. Immediately following graduation he will go to McGregor, la., where he has beeri hired for the Vocational Agriculture position at the McGregor high school. Mr Kemna is a graduate of the Ottosen Consolidated school with the class of 1954 and a member of the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. 4-H Contest, July 29 The 'boys' county 4»H demon* stration contest will be held Monday evening, July 29 at the Burt' V.F.W, Hall, Twenty-two clubs will present demonstrations on new and approved farm and home practices. Ralph Haag In Holdup Ralph Haag of Algpna* who recently went to St. Louis Park, Minn,, to b« employed, in a J, C. Penney store there, bad a rapid intjrpdwtipn into city life last Friday night, He was one of the victim! in an «m»d robbery at thtt •tow, located }n a Minnea« pc-lis suburb. The assistant manager wai forced to open the ator« safe at gunpoint, and wat then tied to » chair, a* wa» i secretary, with adhesive tepe ( Ralph, who is display njan. agor of the stow taw«, and recently transferred from tha Algona Penney ttoft, * toto thf office a* tW» and thf baodiig hint to • OMui 1 * 84,000 in cash and cneclu wu«

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