The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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t- •>, ' '\* ; .'•',' •;$' * ii~a 1 i.jusiS a r*.T<-a^iiasJama;:WBS~ -,,^-t^ ^ *3tt££Sffl _ T __^__ "£"« !|" _ ' ' "*"£S( -« > ">J »*•/ i'ili "* if?* v. Luke Becker 25 Years . Priest;Ceremony June 21 .,} i A k * St. 'Joe"— Rev. (Father (Luke Becker,', O.S.B., will observe the 15th anniversary of his ordination into ,the Priesthood on Sundayf June, 21,. here at St. Joseph's. t' ' r '• I*ath. e r Luke will be celebrant of a solemn High Mass of Thanksgiving . rto, be olfered in St. Joseph'^" Catliolic church at 11 a.m. Sunday, June 21, Rev. Nlch- blfls Becker, Granville, a brother, will be deacon, and Rev. Frank Jllg, a cousin as sub-deacon. Rev. William Devine, Sioux City, Mastee of Ceremonies. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher to" deliver the ser-? mon. • _ v '','. . , ^jt)inher in St.. Joseph's school hall at 12:30 , will be served-to 'priests," sisters * and :immediate I^lnilies with-.j-eception and open house from 2;30 to'5'.p.m, The pirblic is invited, to" attend bhe Mass and the afternoon "reception f- Father Luke (Albert) Becker, i irtember of the Order of St. Behe- Idiet, Conception ! Abbey, is ' the son of'the late George/and'Eliza- - %'th Becker of here. He was .born oh''Sept. 14, 19t)5, attendee "$t. Joseph's School for- the firs -|fght grades and at the 1 age' of 1, ' »wen| to Conceptlbn Abbey, Con ceptionj Mo", wh'ere" Ke' con tin (fee his 'studies. On, April 30 1Q34, he Was ordained to the ?riesth0ott» atj, Cohcfeptipp, Mo. and read his Ficst Solemn HFgh Mass here In St;f Joseph's Church May 1* 1934; ' , During " his "25 years he hag served^at the Indian "Mission, Fort Yates, N6rtJx Dakota, Pilot Grove, \X.o.} Pius -1,0 Monastery^ Lab'ode, <Ao., chaplain at the Springfield, Vto. Hospital and, at present .is Chaplaih at" St. Mary's Hospital, Pierre/ South Dakota, Father'Bfecker is ^he brother, of T o n,y ^.Becker and Laurence Becker and 'Emma' (Mrs Eugene Thul)\of fiere: Tom and Ray Becker'Of-Wesley; James Becker of Bancroft;. Rev. N. J. Becker of Granville and, Sister M. Georgene' O^S-'F-., Mt. St'. 1 Francis Convent, pubuque, • Also the'following step-sistera and brothers; R'ita (Mrs Gerald Henley), Ruth'ven; Martha (Mrs Francis sCollins), L i ve r mo re; George,'Richmond,' Calif.; -Margaret-. (Mrs 1 .Vir'gil^rDeardSfl) Moneta, ,lowa; • Ge'rmaine* ' (Mrs Wayne Fletcher); Redwood Valley, Calif.; Mary Ann (Mrs Ronald -TThpmton), Gilr'oy, Calif. 'Edith ^XMrsAV Alice «• Sor'enson) ^Hu^MdC.iBsm'a ,',(Mrs Bpb v -Kay serJrwSer^Ierry'and Donald of here, (UDM Enjgravang). V • • UOCALS ^Mr%and Mis Clifford Haase spent Sunday at Spirit" Take".* " it. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall and family spenVSunday at their cot- .lage at the Okobojis. $,Mr ^and 'Mrs f Ezra Blanchard , 'h'a'd as- guests Monday, Mr and jprs ,Rob,ert Cutler, of Cedar,Falls. A.g'Mr" arid Mrs* L. E. Hbvey wer'e t Tauton, Minn., Sunday, where fey, visited Mr and Mrs John feld. , " > . .&'Mr and Mrs 'Jim" .Walker drove ; Fort" Dodge- Thursday evening ' 'i!J6'- visit/ -MJ jECrickel.' " Mrs CJarence and .-Mrs Frank-Vera-and '|Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen spent lth e weekend in4he Ted Vera cottage a*t the Okobojis. i Hardgroye,,has 'rented the .Jrojiwjall apartment, which *ttirs Gronwall recently made "In *ner*home ? on , 4 west North street. *-^iMrs 4 ''Lottie a : Whitney, former president here, came Monday from JAjlbert Lea, and will .be Chouse -,»guest several days of Mrs Carrie f Bourne. - ,*£ •. v ,« ?T,Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen ffl "ad as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs ed Eclcson, o'f Marathon and Mr id Mrs Jack McCutcheon, of oldfield. , - , Mr an^l Mrs- Jijn -Walker at- tided the wedding of the latter's usin Roger Borchardt^and Doris agner Saturday evening at airmont. Mr and, Mrs Leonard Goecke re ,visitedf,-Sunday-rby their ugh.ter Leona who -is attending ,fie school vjoft nursing at -Mercy ospitai; H Mason' City." " Mr and Mrs Glen Harms spent weekend- at"Minneapolis, ! with ' and Mrs Robert Liesner. Mrs Doug- las-Wildih" and Mrs'Albert Hagg spent Friday in Fort Dodge with friends. ' r ' ""' Mrs Marie. Hawcott and..her brother, and'.sister, .Lee and Bessie Hopkins were visited from a week ago "Wednesday till Sunday•• by their sister Mrs J. H. Bailey, of Mason "City. -.<,,, . Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck are parents "Of* a ,daughte£ born. 16 -at St> Ann' hospital. She has been named Shelley Jeanne. Others |n the family, are' Douglas Lee Ann arid Gordon. Mr and Mrs W^ A/P§rdy, Cindy and Steve are leaving Friday for Phoenix, Ari2., to visit'Mrs Hardy's niece • and husband. Mr and Mrs Harold Heisler. They will go via Denver . and > will drive to Los Angeles, from Arizdna. Mr and Mrs Gene.Hejmer .drove to Rochester, Sunday, for.a picnic dinner with Mr Heimer's mother, Mrs.. Kate Heimer. .They were joined by Mr and Mrs Ben Heimer, of Cresco and Mr. and' Mrs Tom Heimer, -of Rochester. Mr and-, Mrs; Dick Sheldon of Tempe, Ariz, were "visitors 'here during tfe past week, at the home of Mrs Sheldon's father, Joe Anderson. Dick, a former employee of the Upper , Df s Moifies, ng\v runs a printing plan J' at 'Tempe. Mr and Mrs Russell Guster spent Memorial weekend at Gen? eva, Neb., with -Mrs. Ouster's brother and sister-in-law. Sunday the Gusters were visited by the brother <ind sister-in-law Mr anc Mrs Gerald Guste^ and the lather Jphn Gusher. Mr and Mrs Albert- Hagg recently ' visited by the former's cousins,', tJMr • and Mrs Hilding Hagg/'and Mr and Mrs Robert -,- of Pell Hapids, S,D. Other 9bf3" r " r +<*"«•* ^ W\~T^']i"1'!-l i v T "' * "" I Asters Mr- aod>.Mrs^Iyan*^_ .,... *ahd Mr and Mrs-Clarence Dobbs, arid aie €ing vi§ited- a fortnight by. -the ttgr's brpth'e'r-in-law and' sister, '- ' — J ***"• guests were the son and daughter- r,-law Mr) and Mrs Ralph tiagg, f St.i-.Wiuis Park.-sMmn., and Vfrs Emma Hagg. ' Barbara* Bourne, daughter of Dr. and, ! fttrs M t G. Bourne, returned , from Northfield, re she is a jupior i pl-e'nv^- brother! Bill and m ' wi sister Mr,and ™... T \9 the Qkppojis • will "Spend -the weeK» Cottage'pn l- Hay wai'4s tarVwill oe«employed ling instructor' in the Lawrence Swanson fronj Al%'"'••* -1 " 9n spent -Thursday iwe tne,inside-,ol4n§. front S^W'ft '• MAXWELL HOUSE &.H.. *..A m r m /L. *-•"•>• f-.m •WiiiW&ri':---' >•'••:.";!-• ;-^ S3 m^l , , *'''•" ," ' v '» ,"'" ' ,'''"'"' " vj• 5*" ' », .;-.'....-' ..• ifimin'• hiii,i-fiiii^^u^^i^f^iMt ! ^^^-^^ ! ^^ u '~ L " i ^^^^ M ,1 ^IM^^^^^jljIglygj^l^^ll^^g^B^LiSiABi^llMrtrfBiillliliBi^^ i.' - ^\, i •. LAftGE10,Ot;JAft ^" v ^ Lrt SWEET kV$ f i .& LIBBY'S ROSE-DALE PEAS No. 303 Cans POTATOES No. 303 Cans , VAN CAMP, t^! SKINLESS - SHANKLESS - DEF^TED WHOLE * x ' j >-i i~ *• i W4 BUTTji PORTION " '° Fastco Butter SUNSWEET PRUNES • • « ' .-'-. *' t. ' V s<«' ". .... CENTER CUT HAM SLICES , SLICED MULBERRY U.1DA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS - CUT THICK FOR GRILLING OR , REGULAR FOR PAN FRYING ; SLICED SMOKED BEEF USE AS DRIED BEEF JIFFY C A K E MIX CHOC. - WHITE - YELLOW \. , Pkgs. Bacon 11 '33 , VyiLDERNESS/ CHERRY PIE MIX i -. ( t v •" *i l ' \ ."• Reg. Cans LIQUID WAX Quart Can , 100% PURE FRESH GROUND BEEF Lb. BOONE RIVER SKINLESS Lb. 45c ANGEL'US. MINIATURE JV1ARSHMALLOWS • ' f FRYING CHICKENS FRYER PIECES: LEGS - THIGHS BREASTS - BACKS & WINGS JELL-O Reg. EEAIURES :m;-ws*sss*ss:s^ <Se« store display for details) CORN FLAKES 18 Oz. Pkg. RICE KRISPJES I 1 !. 29c BANANAS "GOLbEN BEAUTY" POUNDS: BUSTPR SPANISH PEANUTS Fuji Pound '' •» , n , \ CANTELOUPE FRIDGJETTE FRENCH FRIED FANCY VI$E Rlf E FOR j| Potatoes IQ« ^pp^p ^^^^^^ m^^ ^^^^ 1^^^^ ^^^^^ |H^^^^ .JKJMW*" 1 «Hp **"* ****** vmwfaHto* •• * ': wmm&mmt.n t v. Quart ADAM5 ORANP! JUICE f '• < & -v? 10,

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