The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 3
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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Algeria (la.) Upper Des MoIn»i-3 Thursday, April M, 196$ Engagement Of Mary Bradley Is Announced Mr. and Mrs, M. Joseph Bradley announce the engagement of their daughter, Miry Margaret, to Dennis R. Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Waller. A fall wedding is planned. Miss Bradley is a sociology major at Duchesne College of the Sacred Heart, Omaha, and secretary of the senior class. She was a princess at the recent Mardi Gras ball. Mr. Waller is a senior journalism student at Drake University, Des Moines, majoring in advertising. He is business manager of student publications at Drake, President of Alpha Delta Sigma, professional advertising fraternity, and of Delta Upsilon. IMHSIINAIS STEVE MILLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller and a student at Drake University in Des Moines, spent last week with his parents. - o - Easter Sunday guests of the Richard Kohlhaas' at St. Joe were Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas, Miss Dena Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer, Miss Karen Kohlhaas, and Mr. Ed Youngwirth. Golf Season About To Open, Wesley Course WESLEY - Robert Masteller will ~be manager of the Hillside Golf course east of Wesley for the coming season. Masteller is owner and manager of Sunset Lanes Bowling Alley in Britt and will open the clubhouse as soon as the course is ready for play. He will collect dues and green fees as well as handling and serving food and refreshments. Charles Price will be the green- skeeper at the course. Al Erpelding, one of the owners, made the announcement and also said that the course should be ready for play about April 24. The fairways were fertilized heavily last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rockwooa had as their Thursday evening guests, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thilges of Algona, and Bill's mother, Mrs. Mary Rockwood. The family dinner party honored the birthday of Mrs. Thilges. How could there be a more appropriate gift for her day. Mother's Day May 9 tht Niroe II Rlj'llt'tO lie D«lijn II Pjltnlto Than the "Mother's Ring" The gift of a million happy memories Twin bandi of 77 Kumt gold, which symbolize Mother and Father, are joined by lustrous synthetic birthstone.t, one for each child in the family. THERE IS OM.Y O,\E "MOTHER'S RING". IT IS so distinctive, so unique, that it has been awarded V. .V. Patent #186,181. Ash for it by name, confirm it by its identifying tag. WILTGEN Jewelers r^^^ HEINZ Tomato Soup IN 6-PAK CARTONS 6 reg. size cans I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY. \ ^____ ,. _ • M •* P\flffV.t LEAN, MEATY 1 SALTINES lib. box |Q C PORK STEAK Lb. 39 BONELESS BUTT PORK ROAST Lb. 29 EXTRA LEAN GROUND 3 Ibs. ALL MEAT TONE'S GROUND BLACK PEPPER 4oz.pkg. 3Qc Skinless Weiners 3 Lbs. Smoked, Sliced Chipped Beef 3 '1* Armour's Barbecued BACK RIBS 2V4 Lb. Can FREEZER QUEEN" STOCK-UP SALE WM' ••» — 49c Tray Packed BEEF STEAK 1 A Molded, Cubed Chopped, 114 Ibs. net... (Less Than lOc Each) Bacon-Wrapped, Chopped Net Weight 5 oz. Chss Full Serving For 29 BEEF QUARTERS ALWAYS ON HAND Select Your Own If You Wish — Cutting, Wrapping, Deep Frozen, No Xtra Charge. IF YOU DON'T FIND WHAT YOU WANT, SELF-SERVE, JUST ASK ANY OF OUR FRIENDLY BUTCHER! Large 46 oz. cans each 23° FROZEN FOODS ORA -IDA FRENCH FRY or CRINKLE CUT Flavorite POTATOES Lb. Pkg. 2 SWEET ROLLS 2* DRINK 6 Varieties Package FLORIDAGOLD FROZEN CONCENTRATE Orange Juice 6 FLAVORITE — All Varieties Except Asparagus VEGETABLES 5 •> LARGE SIZE SUNKIST ORANGES doz. 49* Firm, Hard YELLOW BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c Large SLICING CUCUMBERS YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Ib. bag... 19c No. 1 Quality - MARIGOLD ICE CREAM '-• B Welch's Grape Drink WELCHADE - 3 for.. 32 oz. cans ^— Flavor kist COOKIES Flavorkist Jumbo Creme & Fudge Creme & 25 oz. Fig Bars. 89 C 2 Large Family Size Pkgs.' Flavorite COOKIES Flavorite — Choice of 30 Varieties. 4 $ 1 All Flavor* - AID - 3 for.. Ik WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT BULBS Inside Frost - 25 to 100 watts I for 39c Every spring, asparagus lovers look forward to the arrival of this vegetable. A popular luncheon dish on some restaurant menus, and a good way to serve asparagus at home, too, is on toast with melted butter. ASPARAGUS ON TOA r *T To prepare for cooking — Break off stalks as far down as they break off easily. Wash thoroughly, using a brush. Remove scales on stalk. To cook — Stand stalks upright in Vfe-inch boiling salted water in a high pan such as the top of a double boiler. Cover and cook 15 or 20 minutes, or until just tender. Lift out with tongs. To serve 4 — Allow 2 pounds asparagus, 8 pieces toast, 1 cup butter. Place 2 pieces toast on each plate. Lay cooked asparagus on toast. Pour melted butter over and serve with a piece of crisp bacon. Super Tip — Asparagus is one of the richest sources of a substance called "Rutin" whose chief value is strengthening the walls of the small blood vessels, thus preventing hemorrhages. . SCOTT — Whit* or Astt'd. Colors PAPER TOWELS 5 120 count rolli

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