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vr The Imhoff Sisters Betrothals Are Announced by Their Parents fV wyaiw. mfWieyuwmHW1'-' Dolores C. Rostad, Leo Michael Dynes To Marry Oct. 1 Joan Braunwarth Engaged to Wed Richard Klipstine AUiEliA i rvwnt Auiarf wL AqMA i ff fr Thursday, July 21, 1966 r4 A 1 1864 Monroe St. 257-3534 Open Fri.
Evai. til 9 p.m. Closed Sunday Tha Family Day" vl I 1 Am T1 Market Memo 1 It V. Madison's Largest Service Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice nr nrx szzrra "I TWO popular summer fruits peaches and plums, are plentiful and reasonable in price this month, according to Rosemary Stare, consumer marketing specialist at the University of Wisconsin.
These fruits are refreshing for out-of-hand eating and in salads and desserts. ca, Nectarines, because of their Harper Studio Photos smooth skin, are also excellent for fresh fruit snacks. Supplies are fairly large now and prices rJ'i n. Jane Imhoff I -B- ws -i-. Miss Miss Mar; Jo Imhoff Miss Joan Elizabeth Braunworth 31 R.
AND MRS. WILLIAM IMHOFF, Reedsburg, announce the engagements of their daughters, Mary Jo and Jane. Miss Dolores Rostad HE ENGAGEMENT and Oct. are quite reasonable. Grapes 1 wedding plans of Miss red, white, and blue Dolores Carmen Rostad, Colum-all moderately priced.
Bing cher- bus, and Leo Michael Dynes, son ries are nearing the end of their Nlr. anf Mrs. Richard Dynes, season, but are still good buys. Columbus, are announced by her 1I fISS JOAN Elizabeth Braun-A warth is engaged to marry Richard Charles Klipstine, son of Mrs. Robert Klipstine, West De-Pere, according to the announce- Miss Mary Jo Imhoff is the bride-elect of Gary Cooper, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cyril Cooper, Reedsburg. The couple will be married Aug. 13. She teaches In the elementary school at Holy Cross and her fiance is employed by Grede Foundries, Reedsburg.
Bananas are of good quality and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester ment 0f mother, Mrs. I. H.
Poynette. Braunwarth, Janesville. U.S.D.A. Choies Boneless ROUND STEAK Miss Jane Imhoff is engaged to wed Thomas LaBansky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arland LaBansky, Reedsburg. Rostad is employed at Beauty Salon and Mr. manages a Mobil service attractively priced. Try combining them with other summer fruits in salads and fruit cups. Plentiful supplies of cantaloupe and watermelon continue to station, make thesn reasonably priced summer fruits.
Honeydew mel- Rostad, Miss Connies Dynes The the Lb. The bride-elect attends Sauk County Teachers College and her fiance is employed by the Allen Bradley Milwaukee. 79c A graduate of Stout State University at Menomonie, Miss Braunwarth teaches home economics in the Janesville Senior School. Also a teacher in the Janesville Senior High School, Mr. Klipstine received his masters degree in science from the couple will be married in Spring Prairie LutheranR'gb Pad Has Me iv Shape Hangs With A Puff ons are fairly moderate ai price f.
Church. If you want coifed bangs with but their most plentiful period is That old home remedy, the heating pad, is in a new shape during August and September. a puff, style them with a con- nessee. They have a garden-fresh Many produce items are now The wrap-around version can be toured bangs-trainer that slips on coming to maiVet from Wiscon-iavor are lule University of Wisconsin. priced.
used comfortably anywhere on the, our forebMi. Elastic goes across sin growing areas and nearby the back of head. Fluff damp states. This reduces transporta- Other good buys in fresh vege-body. It gives spot relief for an.v(iang3 (after washing over the tlon and storage costs, so prices tables include carrots, cauliflow-minor ailment.
You can even put are lower. Wisconsin lettuce Is er, cucumbers, peppers and sue- it around vnr bead for i remov quality and radishes and on-ehini. Summer squash is I trainer and comb body and curves jong are also good. Tomatoes are plentiful now, too. headache relief.
unto bangs. 'coming in from Illinois and Ten more At the meat counter, beef poultry are usually the most economical buys and frequently featured as specials. Pork remains in short supply and hot weather is holding back hogs ready to andicome to market. it i Lj La -i i U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless Top Round Steak Lb.
89c U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless Rolled Rump Roast u.89c U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless Sirloin Tip Roast u.99c U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless Sirloin Tip Steaks ib. 99c U.S.D.A.
Choice Round Bone Pot Roast Our Own Finest Quality Lean Ground Beef 3 lbs. or more Ib. 49c Single Lb. 53 Lean, Tender Beef Stew Lb. 69c Oier May' Smokie Links 69c VP' -l schlitz Old Milwaukee 6 85c Miller High Life 6 99e Fresh Cukes or GREEN 2 "19c Colden Yellow BANANAS u.12c California Bartlett PEARS 239c Roundys Halves of Bartlett Pears 3 $1.00 Roundys Whole Apricots $1.00 Eagle River Pineapple-Orange Drink 546cans.
Old Time Cut Wax or Cut Green Beans 7 'em $1. 00 Roundys Tomatoes 5 'c. 1.00 Roundys Red Sockeyc Salmon Can 89c Shamrock Pieces Stems Mushrooms 5 cmH.OO Del Monte Catsup 5 1.00 Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns omi 23c Roundys Frozen Sliced Strawberries 3 'pkgs. 89c Schoeps Hom-Pak Icc Cream 89e We reserve the right to limit quantities I I vlJ This summer give your children more than a mere thirst quencher. Give them real-fruit goodness with Sealtest Fruit Ades! $N' Sure, soda and the powder drinks will quench a thirst, but that's about all.
On the other hand, Sealtest Lemonade and new Sealtest Pink Lemonade mean real-fruit goodness, and no carbonation. So, get the extra goodness that kids go for. Keep Sealtest Fruit Ades in your refrigerator. They're so good naturally. Gef the get SX- i X.jl fr LlJX.
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