The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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Studer-Arndorfer Vows Spoken May 6 At Wesley Wesley — Dodores Studer, Wesley, became ,the binde of Jerrold V 1 " "^ i -°"" c '"'c uirae 01 Jerrold Arndorfer of Britit, in a double ring ceremony, May 6th, at St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs August Studer, Wesley and Jerrold is the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Arndorfer of Britt. Rev.' Robert Phillips officiated at the Mass. The aduflt chior of St. Joseph sang the Mass and was accompanied on the organ by Mrs Wilford Becker. Mass servers were Donald Weber and Raymond Stevens. Dolores was escorted to the al- rtar by her father. She was attired in a gown of nylon itulle over 'taffets, designed with a very full skirt, floor length, wiith panels of chantilly lace in back and -front, sprinkled with sequins. The fit* ted bodice also of chantitlly lace had a sabrina neckline with long sleeves tapered alt the wrdslt. Her finger tip veil of silk illusion Was attached to a crown of pearfls and sequins. Her bouquet was a white orchid surrounded by stephanotis. Rosemary pornbiert sister of the bride was matron of honor and Mary Ann ;,Arndprfer sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. Flower girl was ;- Pamela Studer, niece of the bride. Attendents were David Arndorfer and James Arndorfer, bro* thers of the groom. Dwight Dorn* bier, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. '„.'•," v Ushers were • Duane Studer, brother of the bride, arid Robert Witte, cousin of .the groom. Dinner was served to 150 guests at St. Joseph's Hall. In the afternoon a reception from 2 to 4 was held for friends and relatives, i . Mrs,! Duahe Studer, sister-in- law of the bride was in'charge of the:'guest book. Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and Mrs Elmer Doughan were dinner hostesses and Mrs J. P. Studer and Mrs Herman Bode were hostesses at the reception. Miss keona Siemer, aunt of the groom cut and served the wedding cake which was beautifully designed by Mrs Reese Martin. , Mrs Herman. Studer, aunlt of the bride poured coffee while Mrs Harold Weber, aunt of the eroom, served the punch. The couple will take a trip to western states, after which they wil make their home at Mason e bride is a graduate of Business College & th* ; past year has held a position ait the First National Bank at Mason City. ,,: The* 1 birdegroom is a graduate it AIB of Des Moimes and has a position as bookkeeper at Co-op Elevator at Plymouth, Iowa. BURT NEWS The Burt Community school Will hold its first annual Science tor and open house Thursday Bfternoon and evening at 8 p.m. Music department, will present me annual spring band concert. Included will be instrumentel solos by several of the Band van Mrs Fred Samek will be hosts to the Spencer Sub- District Methodist ministers ana their wives at the church on 'ihu-sday May 11. Assisting Mrs Samek in preparing and serving Soon dinner. wil1 be members nf the Francis circle, The Burt Presbyterian ana Methodist churches arc 'sponsoring a joint vacation Bible School this year. It will be held June 5-0 There will be a meeting of the Union Bible School staff and teachers at the Presbyterian church at 8 p.m. Friday, MayJ2. Alflend (la.) Upper Des Thursday, May 11, 1961 The Goodwill Industries truck will be in Burt Thursday, June 1. Anyone wishing a container Way obtain one from Mrs Gladys Hnwcott. Any donations must be left T 'at her house before June 1. i MAY IS ELECTRIC FREEZER " MONTH IN ALGONA Butcher Explain Why do smart-people buy Beef Quarters? Your butcher will tell you why, but in case he's too busy cutting meat here are s6me of the reasons 'why it's smart and sensible to buy your,meat in quantity. You don't have to buy a quarter necessarily — you can also buy meat for less in quantity by taking advantage of steak sales, loin sales, etc., that are held by local food stores. Get Best Meat The Way You Want It Most of the smart people who buy a Beef Quarter choose government-graded USDA Choice. They have their butcher cut up the quarter into the size steaks, roasts and cuts they want. All the sirloins are alike in desired thickness, and roasts can be cut in different sizes for different occasions. What's left becomes high quality ground beef. All of it wonderful eatingl •• It's a 'Meat Department* In Homp Freezer : The butcher wraps and marks each and every piece of this USDA Choice beef. All cuts are of uniform high quality. The customer then stores this choice beef in his electric home freezer. It's right there when he wants it. If he feels a yen for steak, he reaches in the freezer. He enjoys top meat eating, for less. :: Do you enjoy Top Meats the convenient way? :: With your own electric home freezer you and your family will not only enjoy the best meats, but you'll do it for less money. You can run your electric home freezer for a full week for about 25c worth of electricity. See your Algona electric appliance dealer now, in May, for a better home freezer buyl FREE! FREE! FREE! Station-Wagon Load of Frozen Foods FREE Register at any electric appliance dealer's store (there are 8 of them). No purchase necessary. On June 1, one lucky name will be drawn from all those registered and a station-wagon packed to the roof with $50.00 worth of frozen foods will deliver its load free to that person's home! Think of it — a wagon-load of frozen foods, and YOU might be the winnerl Algona Municipal Utilitie "A.M.U." s EVERS' ENTERPRISES ALUMINUM COMBINATION SELF - STORING WINDOWS AND lleod-U-yourself and ,ave. Free Ml. mates. Metal Signs & Letters • Traffic & Stock Signs • Moil • House Numbers • Name Plates, , L • Snort Coats • Top Coats • Work Uniforms • Ladies Uniforms • Mason & Ortho-Vent Shoes, SALES PRODUCING ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES. , I,™, betn appointed 0n independent and authored DEADER for each of the companie^prented, AH item, are bought directly from the mfgr. to br.n« m!re aTd flreater savinas to you, the customer. more and great ^^ ^^ CONF |DENCi" Box 4 E 8 V 4 R? PHONE CY P reM AIGONA,IOWA I am interested in the following: S i Bns ...-Windows — - . """Awning* —-Carport Doorhood I._Suits Shirts Shoes ...Work Uniforms l«die* Uniforms Patio Name Address Phone HAPPY HOST PEAS cans si HUNT'S KIEFFER PEACHES or PEARS LARGE NO. 2i CANS 100 HEINZ KETCHUP GIANT 20 OZ. BOTTLES 3 si .00 BUTTER NUT COFFEE 2 FREE COFFEE CUPS WITH PURCHASE OF 2 LB. CAN COFFEE. FLAV-0-RITE TEA BISCUITS Full 16 Count 19c KRAFT MARSHMALLOW CREME...: Jar 19c GOOCH'S FLOUR ..... 5 Lb. Bag 39c Cherries RED DOT TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS...... We CREAMETTE 2 Lb. Box MACARONI ......... 39c CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast BELTSVILLE - Small Sizes Lb. TU LB. 5 to 9 Lb. Average SWIFT'S PREMIUM C NffQ [vivo LB. Fully Cooked ARMOUR'S STAR AIL MEAT FRANKS 1 Lb. Cello Pkg. CAMP FIRE ACO 2Lb. Thick Sliced BRITT LB CHOICE - WHOLE - CUT & WRAPPED BEEF LOINS ALL SIRLOIN and T-BONE STEAK, TIME FOR COOK OUTS! STOCK UP NOW I LB. 69 BEEF QUARTERS CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE GREEN TOP RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS I bunches 15c SUNSHINE COOKIES HYDROX 1 Full Lb. 39c RED PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Lbs. GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. 12c SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES 3 Dozen $1.00

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