The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR 3 LB «hjt BA6 <%^P «P^ "A Freezer Find!" All North State FROZEN VEGETABLES AH Pric« tn tilt* Ad Good Thur*dcy, Pride?, Saturday and Monday PKG. NORTH STATE FROZEN Strawberries.. 19c FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Orange Juice 6-89c "Happy' Host" TOMATOES PEAS Whole Kernel CORN NO. 303 CANS CAMPBELL'S PO NO. r» WHITE CHEROK6ES 25 Lb. Bag OES RED PONTIACS Bag Jf Q MARIGOLD DAI^Y ICE CREAM HY-POWER CHILI CON CARNE 300 TALL CAN 29$ Tomato Soup s . - , , .... i i i^^^^^MMM^Hi^BH^^Bi Beef S MA BROWN OLD-FASHION PICKLES BIG NEW SHIPMENT OF THAT QUALITY BEEF ARRIVING AT HOOD'S THIS WEEK I A Whole Truckload In Our Coolers Come In, Look Them Over, Pick Your Own WE'LL CAREFULLY CUT & WRAP FREE FRONT QUARTERS... Lb. 35c HALF-A-BEEF Lb. 37c DWAN BUCK RASPBERRIES BLUEBERRIES Beef Roast Well Trimmed lb. 39 STEAKS BEEF SHORT RIBS.... Lb. 29c No, 300 TALL CAN A 6ood Cool Weather Soup Bone, ea. 15< TRIMMED GOOD VALU BEEF TONGUES Lb. YOUNG, TENDER ^^ ^^ •• iwvnw, icmi/Eit ^^ ^^^ Salad Dressing I BEEF LIVER .... Lb. 45C CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL & LAMB On Hand At All Times, Tell Us What You Want - We Have It Quart Jar KRAFT'S DRINK ORANGE or GRAPE 46-oztin 4 for 1.00 PURE CIDER E-Z KREEM SHORTENING 3-LB. TIN ..Ik VINEGAR Gal. 49c Bring your own jug. HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES QtJar 29c HUNT'S CATSUP... 2 Ige. bottles 33c HOOD'S SUPER VALU ALCONA UPPER DES MOINES AL60NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPT6M6ER S, W? Wirtz-Besch Nuptials At West Bend On August 19 Miss Mary Louise Wirtz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Wirtz of West Bend was united in marriage with Theodore Besch, son of Mr and Mrs Isadore Besch of West Bend on Monday, Aug. 19 at 9 a.m. in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church. The Rev. Fr. Louis Greving performed the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Harold Wirtz and Glen Thilges. The bride Was attired in a floor length gown of embroidered lace and tulle over taffeta with a fitted bodice and .picture neckline. Her veil was of'illusion net fastened to a crown of pearls and 'sequins. She carried a. bouquet of red sweetheart roses. She was attended by her sister, Esther Wirtz, who was attired in a floor length gown of aqua fashioned like the bride's. She carried a bouquet of white carna« tions. The groom was attended by his brother, Orville Besch. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Isador Besch home, with relatives and friends assisting. Both the bride and groom are graduates of West Bend high school and are attending Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. They will be at home at 421 Cpllege St., Storm Lake, la. (Photp by Glenn's Studio—UDM engraving) ; Elton Wood, Algona, Weds Janice Besch, Whittemore Whittemore — Janice Besch was united in marriage to Elton E. Woods, Tuesday, August 27, in an 8:30 ceremony in St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore. The bride is a daughter of Mi and Mrs Edward Besch of Whittemore, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs W. A Woods of Algona. ' Rev. Phillip Dailey performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of a large number oJ friends and relatives of the couple. Betty Besch, cousin of the jride, sang "Mother at Thy Feet s Kneeling," accompanied by Sister M. Dominica. The choir sang the Nuptial High Mass. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She was at- ractive in the white floor length gown of chahtiUy type lace over net tulle an£ satin. A very full skirt with chantilly lace extending in handkerchief points of lace over a net trimmed underskirt over a full skirt of tulle. The bodice had a modified torso with back buttoned, deep point in front and pack. Her neckline was a sabrina with tiny scallops and long lace sleeves with points ending at the wrists. Her fingertip veil of English imported white illusion was held in place by a Queens crown adorned with tiny seeded pearls. She wore pearl earrings, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried an arm bouquet of light pink roses showered with stephanotis Attending the bride, as matron of honor, was Mrs Duane Reynolds, of Pickstown, South Dakota, sister of the bridegroom Joan Reding of Ottosen, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Mary Ellen Besch, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Besch also a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Dennis Reynolds, son of Mr and Mrs Duane Reynolds of Pickstown, S. D., a nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer and carried the rings on a white satin pillow. The bridegroom was attended by Raymond Samuels a friend from Wapello, Iowa as best man, and Donald Besch, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Altar servers were Robert and. Dennis Besch, cousins of the bride. Ushers were Jerome Besch and Gary Woods, the latter a nephew of the bridegroom, of Bricelyn. Minn. A wedding breakfast was served to the immediate family of the wedding couple at the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Besch, grandparents of the bride, and a reception and dinner was held at the Plantation dining room foi 175 guests, friends and relatives. A dance was held at the Plantation ballroom in the evening. The young couple left on a week's honeymoon trip to an undisclosed destination, and upon their, return will live at 808 East South Street in Algona. The bride is a graduate of Presentation Academy in Whittemore with the class of 1955 and at present is employed in the A.S.C. office in Algona. Mr Woods graduated in the Lu Verne High School in 1949 and served for two years in the army. He ia employed with Robinson Produce in Algona. Table waitresses were cousins of the bride, Lois, Donna, and Betty Besch, Rosalie Reding, Judy Wagner, and in charge of the guest book: Sheryly Reding and Elaine Wagner. Those who were in charge of the gifts were Phyllis Elbert, Phyllis Arndorfer, Dorothy Gade and Mrs Richard Kuecker, all friends of the bride. Attend Graduation A numbw*'. of relatives and friends of Charlotte M §ter, R. N. attended the*graduation exercises • of nursing, in which Charlotte was one in the class of 26 who graduated from the Naeve hos- >ital in Albert Lea, Minn., held n the High School Auditorium Thursday night. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier and daughter Cleo, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs William Gade and daughter Willetta, Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade and daughter Nelda, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker, Me and Mrs Ralph Walker and daughters, Brenda Gade, Lola Struecker, of here, Mr and Mra Martin Hantelman of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Authur Gade and daughters and Elvin Steinhart of Algona. After spending a week here with her parents Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier, Charlotte will return to the Naeve hospital where she is employed. Mr and Mrs -Elmer R«hnke and daughter Jeanette, and son Ever« > Mathilda Meyer of here were- Sunday evening visitors a* the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Key Frances RosendahJ, <jaugh* ter of Mrs Dorothy Rc*end£hl, entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week Tuesday evening to undergo surgery. A week ago Sunday she felj «n4 in* jured her right wrUt and § cyst was removed. (She was ' :

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