The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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V * 2:60-8:2 Saturday Matinee "Back f School" 'Free Show at 1:00 art 3iOO, Sunday "The Last Time" I Sav Archie" i:30-3;35-8:40-?:45-9:50 Monday I;65f7i25-9!30. Tuesday thfii Thursday "Gori With The Wind" '2 Shows Dail Priest — father Patrick Waite Will leave St. John's p'af Ish Sept, 1 And will serve th parish at Danbury. Fathe" Krause of Whlttemore will b the new assistant at St. John's Julie Ann Preuschl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Preuschl Algona, became the bride .o. G.arald Melvin Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Go'odman Rochester, Minn., Aug. 1 at 10:3C in St. Benedict's Catholic church .with Father Ruba officiating .at the double ring ceremony. Attending the bride were Stella Preuschl, maid of honor, -ana Dorine Jakoubek, bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Dwane Goodman, best man, and LeRoy Preuschl, groomsman. Ushers were Wayne Arndorfer and Vernon Goodman. Oscar Froehlich, Ronnie, Kenny and Charles Arndorfer were a~colytes. The bride was attired in a gown of Chantilly lace and silk organza in floor length, The gown was designed with a lace bodice and long lace sleeves. The skirt was lace 'and tulle over taffeta with a back panel of silk organza. A large bustle bow completed the gown.'. J s 4. %twi>> » i. P-V- • - • <?**•' Following the ceremony a re,- ccption was held at the "Planta^ tion Ballroom for 110 guests. Mrs Dwane Goodman and Mrs Dale Goodman were in charge 01 the guest book. Mrs. Jim Arend and Mrs. Bill Erpelding cut the cake. Pourers were Mrs. Phil Dangelser 'and Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer. Mrs. LeRoy Preuschl and Mrs. Edward Kujath were in charge of opening gifts. The new Mrs. Goodman is a graduate of. LuVerne high school and Rochester School of Practical Nursing. The bridegroom is a mechanic at Rochester where the couple are making their home following a wedding trip to Chicago and Milwaukee. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Burt News Dr. and Mrs. Robert Collott, SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS Englewood, Colo, announce the lishing Co., phone CY 4-353S. arrival of a son, Chester ,Willtom Aug. 1. The little lad weighed 6 Ibs., 13 ozs. Mrs. Cpllett; is the former Mary Janice McWhorter, and Ray' S. McWhorter is the grandfather. ' ' Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene' Steward, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Walter Steward home. ••...-••;•'.- . ••• : Sheryl Smith arrived home Thursday from Iowa City for a month's visit with her parents, the Jake Smiths. Ruth Hasse returned' to her nursing duties at. University'hos- pital, Iowa City, Saturday .after enjoying la vacation ' with he: father, Emil Hasse arid'with other members of the family., Frank : Telilier attended a State Conservation meeting at 'Storm Lake Wednesday. On Thursday' he, attended a meeting nn/iDes, Moines. Georgia Holding, Beriita" ,Mit>- chell, and- Elsie; rL^cfcwptNl.i attended »a'dessert-"luncheon shower, in honor of, Marcia Fostenrud, leld'at the John E._Greig home near ; Estheryille. Mrs: Holding was a guest at the Eldon Fos- tenrud home following the shbw- Fourteen members of the Burt Blue Birds and their leaders, Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and Mrs. Dale Loekwood, enjoyed' a two day outing at Okoboji this week. Elsie • Lockwood took a load ; ot girls over 'and visited the two days with her sister, Mrs. Lester Bonstetter at Arnolds Park. Rev. and Mrs, Arthur. Campney and family, Arnolds Park, visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the parental Walter Campney home and with the Richard Campneys. The .Walter Canip- neys were Sunday guests of thcs Rev. Campneys. ..••',.-... NO UHrtKGE TO YOU JUST COME ON OUT RADIO KLGA PAYS FOR YOUR TICKET WED. NITE AUG. 23 SEE... CtAif?E KELLY INfMASCOPE " MfTROCOlQR CO-HIT. THAT LITTLE BIG SHOCKER OF THE B«0 SEED IS BACh TO ROCK YOU IN A WHOLE," \\ NEW, WONDERFUL WAY 1 '•II* Will U I AN STERLING OT McCOMCK TUES. - WED. - THURS. 3 Days Only! ALGONA NOT ONE BUT TEN ACADEMY AWARDS! /There Ha* NEVER Been a Mption Picture to Compare with <fet# W %• <^tfi 0AMI fetf p fli^MM (^^P^^rf* '^tf^fe nun f Hi UARGARETMrTCHE tw v "»fw» ****** w.ip , : IBUMMDL OUldfWlLi TECHNICOLOR SPECIAL WAR CENTENNIAL, ENGAGEMENT Performances DAILY - MATINIi ADMISSION ' EVENING APMISSION 90c KIPOIES (undsr 1?) AMERICAN Macaroni 2 SHREDDED WHEAT 29' MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING it. 39 HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON \ Lb. Can 59c IN OIL SARDINES 49c GET YOUft BACK TO; SCHOOL SCHOOL SUPPLIES $1.69 PILLSBURY FLOUR 25 Ib. $1.79 FREE BOX OF CAKE MIX WILSON'S B E E F 25c COUPON FARM AND HOME SECTION CHOICE CUTS CAN BUTTER NUT COFFEE DRIP - REG. - FINE' 69 LB. HUNT'S 'SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES 4 $1oo No. , Size Cans CASE OF 24 CANS ~ ^ $5.98 GOOD VALUE - WHOLE APRICOTS 4 NO. SIZE CANS CASE OF 24 CANS $100 HAPPY HOST P E A S 8 No. 303 Size Cans $100 PICKLEvSAtE SWEET QUART JAR DILL QUART JAR B • • - f * . eer Koast Lb. 49 c FRESH-LEAN ARMOUR'S STAR F R A N K S 1 LB. CELLO SWIFT'S FULLY COOKED PICNICS LB. ^HOLE OR HALF STIQK SAUSAGE LB. TURKEYS 4 TO 7 LB. AV. LB. FROZEN MEATS VEAL STEAKS 4 to pkg. BEEF STEAKETTS 10 to pkg. MOCK CHICKEN LEGS 8 to pkg. 89° TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - AAARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans $1.00 CHICKEN - TURKEY,- BEEF MEAT PIES (• For $1. NORTH STATE STRAWBERRIES OR RED RASPBERRIES 4-(10oz,pkgs,)~89c FREE FREE FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS . with fetch WATERMELON FREE 25 FREE GREEN STAMW with the purchase of ROSEDALE or FESTIVAL '46AUON ICE CREAM FLAVORS" CONSU

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