The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1961
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Thursday, teb. i, 1961 Alflana (ta.) Upp»f P*» Hfedlund Weds . The marriage of Herb Hedlund, Algona, and Shirley Munger, Spencer, took place Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in'the Congregational church at SpenJ cer. The bride was given in marriage by her brother Don Mun- gei- and attendants were Robert Munger and Mrs Fred Ganger, Peterson, brother and sister of the bride. Debby Munger was flower girl, Only relatives and close friends were present. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. The bride was employed at the Hart motor company and more recently at the Matt furniture store in Spencer, The groom is associated with the Pioneer company here. After a short wedding trip they will, be at home OP highway 109 at the north edge of town. > 'Surprise Parly Friends and relatives of Mr and • Mrs Frank Capesiiis honored them with a surprise party marking their 51st wedding anniversary Jan. 26 at their home. Cards v/ere'.played and lunch served. The self-invited guests included Dr. and Mrs E. J. Capesius, Mr and Mrs Leland Hurley, Mr and Mrs James Tornabane arid children, Karen Toniabane, Theresa Lennen, Mr and Mrs William Dodds, Mrs-Mamie Winkel, Mrs CJara 'Walker, Ml-'and Mrs Andrew Reding, Mr and Mrs L. C. Reding and Mr and Mrs Merrill Walker. Dr. and Mrs .J. B. iWinkel did not attend as they are. vacationing in Florida. To Wed Feb. 10 Mr and Mrs Norman Walker, Independence, Mo., have issued invitations to friends • to the wedding reception ,of Jeanette Goeders Block and William Alexander Ecclestone, Feb. 10. The bride-elect is the sister of Mrs Walker who is the former Helen Goeders. They are daughters of Mr and Mrs Dennis Goeders, all well .known prominent Algonans, now living in Florida. Mi- and Mrs Ecclestone Will be at home in Independence. • : Mrs Cassel Host ' ' Mrs L. J. Cassel, gave a luncheon Tuesday, a;surprise courtesy for Mrs E, C. McMahon, an' observance of ...h^r, Birthday. Ten guests were present, and. the afternoon was spent at cards,. Piano Recital Mrs Walter Siemens and Mrs Rex Taylor are presenting, their piano students in a recital Feb. 5 at 2:30 o'clock in the Congregational church. On the peogram will be James Boyd, Shirley De* wel; .Susie Plott, Lori Herbst, Ro* seanne Pittman, Ann- Taylor, Lauri Siemers, Mary Plott, Jean- he Taylor, Susan Moulton, Linda Parsons, Barbara Dowel,,Barbara Boyd, Lynn Buchanan, Jo Ellen Pittman, Billy Dau, Cindy Hearon, Kathy Taylor, Patty Hopkins Leslie and Lynn..,Norton, Kathy Buchanan, Evelyn Boyd and Caroline Plott. Townsend Club Dinner Algona Townsend Club, met at the Wilbur Holdren home Tuesday evening for, their annual supper in honor of the late D>. Francis Townsend, founder; The birthday cake was baked by, Mrs W. R. Carney.- »lla Bilsborough, was presented an award certificate voted by 1 delegates attending the National Townsend convention last summer. ' " • > A special prize went to MrS Peggy Frink, a • visitor from Cylinder. Mrs Carney received the door prize. Birthday Honoree Mrs Lou Robinson was givfih a surprise dinner Sunday, Jan. 29 by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr .and Mrs Leo Elmore, and Mr and Mrs.Francis Fitzgerald. The guests also provided the birthday cake. The evening was spent at cards. In further celebration of Mrs Robinson's birthday, Mrs Roy Adams entertained her 500 card club, Monday evening, Jan. 30. , •; • ••'; Miss Willrett Host Judy Willrett, daughter of- Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett, was hostess at a slumber party Friday night. Guests were' Mary Ann Steinhorst, for whom the party was given as a surprise birthday observance, Carol Kenyon, Diane Malueg, Francie Zeifiler, Ruth Benschoter, Sharon Willrett and Judy.Hagg.. ; Birthday Observed •Mr and Mrs Lou Robinsoi} had as guests Jan. 27 Mrs; Verle'El more, 11 Mrsi Lawrence Gillespii and Mr and.'Mrs Leo Elmore. Thi birthday of, Mr Elmore was ob served. Newcomers Club' will hold a dinner meeting Feb. 7 at Van's Cafe here. Bridge and 500 Will offer the evening's entertainment. Card Club Mel . Mrs Lawrence Clnk entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous w^ek Mrs Elmer Kelley was the hostess. Mrs Grimsehl Honored Mrs James ^Kelso 'gave a cof* fee Saturday sfternobn' honoring Mrs George Grimsehl. The time was spent socially. Slumber Parly • ''' " Jean Malueg had as guests at a slumber party Saturday night Kathy Hatch and : Kitty Hardgrove, Some 3,000 cans of tape-recorded data received from Explorer VII satellite by nearly 30: receiving. 'stations around the world have already been shipped to The State University of Iowa Data Reduction Center in; the University' Physics Building; fdr decoding; and interpretation^ • • UbM Classified^ Pay Gividendii RJISSET POTATOES 25Lbs Si. SPRY Lb - can Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available &>r Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC Phone CY 4-4326 FULL 1V4 LB. BAG SANDWICH COOKIES REG. 39c SALE 29$ RED or WHITE POTATOES 10Lbs 49C POTATO SALE!!! WHITE POTATOES too ibs $2.89 PILLSBURY FLO U R 1O WILSON'S CHILI BAKER'S CARMEL OR CHOC. CHIPS 5 Pkg. $1.00 SUGAR BROWN or GRANULATED POWDERED 3 LBS. 39c 10 LBS. 98c CAMPFIRE MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS I BagsMc INSTANT COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE 10 Oz. JAR ANGEL FOOD CAKES LIQUID LUX 590 fjnnn i Algona, Iq It's been COLD BUT. Even when the mercury tumbled to 15 and 20 degrees below zero over the past few weeks, about. 1300 gas heated dwellings in the" Algona area were kept mid-summer warm, As the temperatures slid down ... and stayed down ... you and your neighbors called on gas t« heat to a greater extent than ever before. When your need for instant warmth was greatest, gas was ready to provide it . , , 24 hours a day. It's been cold and it may even get colder in the next month or so, But if It does, you and your family can call on NATURAL GAS any time to supply dependable, clean, automatic heat, "YOUR GAS COMPANY" \ . North Central BUY NOW FOR EASTER CANN READY TO EAT - SHANKLESS - PICNICS 5 LB. $A QQ CAN Z.90 HAM BUY NOW FOR EASTER AND SAVE! ARMOUR'S STAR - REALLY LEAN - THE HAM WHAT AM 5 LB. CAN 3 LB. CAN $4.98 $3.19 AA CHOICE BONELESS RIB-EYE STEAKS I REALLY TENDER 1.39 BRITT HOME MADE RING BOLOGNA SUN GIRL MARGARINE 5 Ibs 1.00 SINGLE PKG5. REG. PRICE ^ Beef Roast CY 4-3414 AUGONA SELECTED FANCY FREE SAMPLES Fri.&Saf. THE NEW DIET FOOD CARNA-CAL 900 1 A DIETARY FOOD FOR WEIGHT CONTROL BEEF QUARTERS All Young Heifer Beef (No Cow Beef) CORN FED NO FANCY CONCEN*- TRATES CORN FED TO GIVE YOU THE REAL BEEF FLAVOR - TENDERNESS. A Large Selection To Choose From CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED NO EXTRA CHARGE STOP IN TODAY HEAD each 1 LB. CELLO BAG CARROTS BAGS FRESH TOMATOES Tubes FRESH COCONUTS each JUMBO White Grapefruit For

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