The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
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M»IMI tli 9, IMt -Kermit ^ Of Wesley Is * Wesley — Kermit Studer, son m Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studftr. and Judy Jo Cook, daughter of ;3Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson 01 3Brift, werei tnatried 6ct.' 21 %t 2 p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. •» The brfde was^|fifen in marriage by her stepfather. Her .gown was floor-lerigfi. styled of •White Danslite.taffcta%ighlightcd by re-embroidered* vflipcbn lace •applique on the fronfCjodice and tin the skirt "Hie nSHded bodice "was styled \wlthJ 3eng lilypoinr Sleeves and modified v-scoop Jjeckline. Very fuB skirt 'wfth pouf tucks at the back drape, "froin^ a slightly lowered waist- 3)ne.' Hei" veil • was fingertip of all silk- illusion falling from' a jgearl-edged lace crown. She car-, *ied a crescent shaped bouquet' 'Of white cimbiduims. "> The bride's attendants were, her 2Wers, Mrs.' iawrence V. Smidt and Karen Cook, matron of hon ar and bridesmaid, respectively. <• Attending the bridegroom were his j brother, Kermit Studer, and jt friend, Jack Henry. Ushers "Rrere Rollin Smith and Lawrence Smidt , «t A reception for 150 guests was *eld in St. Joseph's parish "hall 'following the ceremony. _ Myltln«iit first child juclt W$t«fJs scheduled a bd*? «**»irtg Nov. .12, in JelhtJdist 'chufclf Jterlprs as the first in a series 6f family night meetings. A part of the program will be the shdwing* 'of two films. Banns of marriage were pub* lished in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Darlene Dornbier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier and George Lusha of Gamer. They Will be i«ari ried Nov. 22. -, ,. Banns were also, published for Jisd? Weir.' dauiMf of ftf. and Mrs. Ralph Weir, and Eduaid Otis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed tnund Otis. They will be marriet Nov. 21. .. ,i . The Garrigan • Patents t tfub held a meeting Nov.' 7 at, 8 p.m Many from here attended." ; ,The Roland Waldschmidt family . of Spencer , were weekend guests in the parental < Ben G SSuder home, ' . , Carol Moot, a- >student at St: to enter iiy of fifbnka. St Paul's Jwld api*Cda T dare tker, Larry Sfeldt, Jua' Rogei 1 '*' Neuman Kathy Pfeterson and Dean Christ. Open Hous« The Lakola serve National library will ob- Book Week Nov 12-18 with open house Nov. 15 from 2-4 pj»: There will be a display for the sehildren. Coffee will be treats for . ., spent the weekend in tHe parental Lael Root home 1 ' - ' •Baby Shower ^Mesdainesl Richard Smith, Tom Lickteig and Lawrence Baylor attended a baby, shower in the filbert Hall home in Britt Nov 2, held in honor of Elizabeth !^nn,,born Oct. IB to the Gene Halls of Kanawha. Tuesday C3ub *^ Tuesday club will • hiefet Nov 21 to'the Hoyt Rahey home with MrSrf Will Koppen assisting. Faye Loebig will give the lesion; on handicraft. Mrs. -Meurer will; give the surprise number. $am<& are to be drawn for sewet: sisters. ... . LakotaFrosh Initiation 1$ fff Held Saturday Lakota — The high school ^r^bnien Mid 'theu- initiation Saturday evening- for the upper classmen tvith a party in the high school 'gym. Each freshman wai. given a- specific costume by the seniors;'to be .worn for the evening. They were also to pay for the seniors refreshments for the evening. It was well-attended with about 80 students enjoying dancing, badminton and ping pong. '.,! j . i • .f •••".=.. . ; Take College tests . • ; ; College Act T&fts afce required the children. .1 Guests atjthe^onald j^tlands to help 'Gary celebrate a birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mr. and , Mrir Elmer Paulsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernoh Smith - ; and family, 'Mr.. and Mrs. Glenn Mabus*aiid family, Mr. aiid^"Mrs. Arlo ' Blbme and family, Mr. and Mrs, George Ennea ef ^Elmore and -Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brandt and fam- ozs., and has beei* ' ' ' SchwVHn of Holy Ti tonka on hi showed aid Cente*' 6 11 named * Mr. .Webb Ihe A. • Circlfes church teet Thursday.. Miriam .-^fiircle nfel with Mrs. |BurdettS lo UBoeppener. MBS, George |Ennen the lesson arid Mrs. Mrs. G. C. Gerzema "went to Bloomberg, Pa: Saturday to stay with her grandchildren while her daughter and, husband, Mr. Mrs. Ed'Levitt went on a td Meiico. ' ' * daughter, -' Mfst Ervin brock Jnd son were guests .of Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Harold darken and family of Webster City, were Sunday dinner .guests at the Henry darken home, Mr. and''Mrs. Jfie Schissel parents of their first child, daughter born Nov. 2 at the Buf- of the PresbyterTalf ft MftJ } -Winter gave- devotions. .The Es« ther circle met at the home of JMrs. J6hn ^ook with Mrs. Lena Steenhafd ''/assistant hostesses, JMrs. Jerry. Heetland gave the lesion. Mary-officle met at the Sf Mrs. Wilson Brack with John Ukena assistant^ hostfesseA UJrs. Jerry Heetlah'd gave thfe tesson and devotions were' given Jjy Mrs. Wm. Kienitz. , Mrs. J. £.,,Ukena had a coffee party for Mrs. Carlyle Gerzema' 1 Friday. Present w^ste Mrs. C. C. Gerzema, Mri WnL' Kienitz, Mrs L E. Wortmati, "Mrs: Jerry Heetland and Mrs. John ' Bruhns of Buffalo Center. Mr. afi'd'MYs. W. E. Ley visit' ed in £fe9 Mofnes Tuesday and We«ne*fey^ They als* ^s1«e$ Iheir daughter and family^ the fed; Buckles at Boone. ,, { > 'Art Wirtjes* and daughters "Were Saturday evening visitors at the Herman Wirtjes home, Richard'Olson,* son of Mf. and Mrs.' Lee Olson received his discharge from the tf, S. Marine Corps-Ock 26 and arrived home Oct. 30. He had spent 3 years in the service with' 1% H years in California and 1% years on Okinawa. ; Gary Sftear, .son of Mr: afl<5 Mrs. -Dick Spear, returned htfme Oci/30 after having spent thre^ years in the U. S. Marine Corps. He received his discharge a< Quantico, Va. Sunday omner guests of the J. '"E. • Wortmans were Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Kruse and Donald Bulfer. and family STORAGF CABINETS, metal, a Opper bes Moines. ' . I ROCK NEWS \, -i . , , . .»*>»• ij township H<sm#»aif ay afternoon in tHe h«M 6f Mrs Duane Habger with Mrs' MUfotd Mitchell as ers met! Eatdtl | special chairman give her report bn ihe county: workshop held in Algdna->recenlly. Mrs Hi SjMoht- gomefyl {gave a lessqn bfiffallfaf-' ran^eftjeHts uMiig Mried Material, Abajki Danny of Lone Rock, Mfr.fltid Mfi Fred Mdrtensen and Katnyfgf feA^ ton were Sunday afteraogn^calleA in thd.R. "ff. LaaBsAom^'he^J'en* to&y • Mr arid M^s _..„ _,___ their housekeeper pf Cdlumbus,. S, D. arid Mrs Ronald 'Fingeri of dkd^ boji -were Saturday .guests. Jn'.tHe Andrew Thompson home. •' . • ' Mr and Mrs Garryrttpusehplder and „ M'Hhi She, i.Jtd Were Sunday guesfc ^"- home. * . JttfliV- v class' attended , Career .Day .Thursday? at the Tltohka school. Donald 'Blancharfl. and, Mrs. H. Tomlinf, son holder guests iiu httmfe at i'elitdn. -K.W- . •Lone Rock Livdry|^6dke{s club ? (net» Bafef day. Jh the, ii. ; ot;ftoBert fipizerf,,Jlleten l^A''-l^k-'S,"^Wf ahfl 1 ': BF ° ' lieSoto recently layed a kitjg4size lemdn that -rehed U% pOuijds/when first picked!' The. len)on«,oame from a . lemon free that ; JJi f P years old. . , £abe Ruth, fthen' 'hurling for thfe Boston 'Redj 'Sox,, pitched the '' longest .World ''Series . game when Tie ed&d the Dodgers, g-1, jh a4 .innings' in '19161' and Mrs. John Pfeffer of Ames; spent Saturday night with. his mother, Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer. *iMr,. and Mrs. 'Reese • iMartir took Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer to Def Moipes Sunday • morning • to ser Eer husband, Dr. Pfeffer who ir a- : seriously ill j patient -at Veter- ajns ,hospitaj. ; ; , ... i ^ «. Members of 'the local "Methodist : Youth giroup who attendee 1 the, 'Institute at Grace- Methodis* church in Spencer Nov. 5 were Barbara and Cheryl Jones, Chrir Nygaard, Jackie Fox and Jean Shulz, Jerry Fox was the driver 'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson visited his mother, Mrs. Petei fcarson, at Clarion Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs anr 1 baby were surprise guests in (he Ernest Gcrdes home in Woden in honor of Mrs. Gcrdcs' birthday. The Leo Youngs of Garner were also guests there. A baby girl was born Monday morning in Memorial hospital in Britt to Mr. and Mrs. Richard BALLROOM . Whlttemore, 'owa : SUNDAY, NOV. 12 DONDEANE SUNDAY, hJOV;' \9 THURS., NOV. 23 Thanksgiving Dance DON HOY SUNDAY, NOV. 26 HENRY CHARLES No Advance Booth Reservations Doorr Ope.i at 8:30 HeaT automatically. ,. mY/t the macjic yas flame H Gas is the only heating fuel that burns completely clean'without aflot, smoke or residue. What a difference this niakes in winter housekeeping! But clean gas heat does so much more. There are absolutely no fuel worries because it's' piped directly into your home. Only gas is so clean ... so automatic and it costs less, too. SEE- North Central Public Service Co. CY 4-2484 "Your Gas Company" OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING DEALER IN THE MODEBM tUWUM « AOTOMATICAUY WITH ^^ATURAL GA« Algpna Delftious, Juicy Sugar Cured SWIFTS PREMIUM SMOKED . MEATY SHANK PORTIONS. fER LB..;.....*. FANCY Center Cut TOP TASTE BEEF; I-LB. ROLL TQpPYiSKlNLESS FRANKS 2 BOOTH'S FRESH OYSTERS TOPiTASTE NA310KAI. FOOD STORKS EXTRA FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON AND PURCHASE Johnson's PLEDGE f" ** <•* (.urlNATIONAL FOOD»STOR6 EWIRES NOV. M i-YOUR CHOICE POST TOASTIES GRAPE NUTS ,, IB-OZ. PKG. PKG EXTRA FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON AND PURCHASE Frisktes DOG FOOD J4-OZ. PKS. it Your .NATIONAL FOOD STORE EXPIRES NOV. YOUR CHOICE Orchard Fresh — 6 Oz. Frozen ORANGE JUICE «*"J**t; " " '- -^-- •••«•-•!•• ''tf>-, >•*•--" •.„**• -:••'• . r '_. 1 - Garcfen Frejf> — 10 Oz. Frozen Broccoli Spears , Garden Fresh—10 Or. Frozen CAULIFLOWER Garden Fresh — 9 Oz. Frozen GREEN BEANS DRESSING QUART ~« VATIOKAI. FOOD STORES CA EXTRA FREE STAMPS CA W* WITH COUPON AND PURCHASE W Johnson's SHOE POLISH LIQUID OR PASTE «* Your NATIONAL FOOD STORE EXPIRES NOV. IL EVERYDAY CRACKERS MORTON HOUSE CHILI TEXAS PINK JUICY GRAPEFRUIT OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER :.; , .iz. * •***t*t*i«» t EGGS 0^^ ^JONATHAN »' «« vsttwr w APPLES 4 Lb, Poly Bag 29c PPTATOiS ^^ Blue Bonnet OLEO STAMPS I ^HElCpUPONS 7 IM THIS V(b ' WITH EACH PURCHASE V EXTRA .yrtTH,COtfP6H AND PURCHASE , Ranch Hand CHIPPED STEAKS ' '' • '• -•- '4.0Z, 'PKS ; • *'•"'•- - • NlATIONAL^FOOD STORE ; EXPIRES NO.V, VVHITE LOAP, 50-L8, BAG'" PEANUT - 2««Z, PAQKASI, 7e DEAL OK FOR AUTOMATIC ALL & REG. SITE LUX TCHllTSQAr ...... IATH5IZE - . Oaines Meal * ' '» 59 15 BATH Sfi 1 LUX HANQY ANDY™... 39' PRATsE...™.,.....2""4l Of 6 ^"EAL 51' RINSO BLUi VlM'^t 8 ! ,43* SURF 22 ' oz - 1*ff LIOUIO LUX LIQUID 65' \YISK 9UART SIZE AI>» RES SWAN LIQUID 95 C LIFEBUOY.,., p, : v ,NATCO L'i,^i i\ GIANT PKG, TABLET .. ....... 7

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