The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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Wtf *• w * *»»•' • **» » •»!• DM BolfiM W, lorn ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1961 VOL 9 - NO. 47 PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY Ml WHIP Quart Jar 39 2 Lb. in 5 GENEROUS HELPINGS - CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Complete Pizza WITH CHEESE & ITALIAN PIZZA SAUCE 15'/2 OZ. Package 39c B-Z ASSORTED PRESERVES WESTFIELD GRAPE DRIli 19 32 oz. Can Only VAN CAMP'S ••••'"a Pork & Beans \ 0< Married Here Nov. 11 Mrs William Sleele was hostess to fier sewing club Monday eve ning. Banns of marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Henry Seiler and Bernicc Smith. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as their guests over thn weekend Mr and Mrs Henry Tra^gel 4 of Sumner. NO. sob ; Tall Cans] PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE MIX 4 Lb. Pkg. RED or WHITE NO. 1 PONTIAC, NORTHERN GROWN POTATO 50 Lb. Bag '1.29 LARGE JUICE ORANGES U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS Select Your Own From Our Coolers — Cut, Wrapped and Sharp Frozen To Order — No Extra Charge ARMOUR'S SMOKEIES CELLO WRAP Pkg. 55c WELL TRIMMED CLUB STEAKS % FOR FRYING OR BROILING LB, 69C HINDS - Ib. BEEF Ib . 49c & '/* gal. BRITT, HOME MADE BOLOGNA - Ring 45c SUPER VALU, TRIMMED Beef Roasts Ib. FLORIDAGOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans 89° DAISY ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS TENDERIZED Smoked Hams PLENTY OF FRiE PARKING Shank Half-lb, - 39c Butt Half - Ib, - 49c Cen't Chunk «-lb,-69c '»==== ,>====•> "Buy a Book a Week" Volume 12 Encyclopedia ^^w J^MI ^^^^^ • ^B|l^^ • lURM^^ •- ^^fj^ Mr and Mrs Don Farris and Brian LaBarfe plan to go to Iowa City this weekend for the lowa- Notre Dame football game. —o— ' Mr and Mrs Vaughn Rising has as their guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs Jon Rising and daughter, Beth Margaret. Mark, son of Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn, entered Mercy hospital : at Fort Dodge for tonsil, adenoid and sinus surgery Tuesday. Mary Mawdsley, Iowa City, spent .the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. C. Mawdsley. Mary is a dietician at University hospitals. Marilyn Dreesman, senior ni Drake University, Des Moines, is spending the Thanksgiving holiday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Dreesman. Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre, Mr and Mrs Don Ferris and family and Mrs A. S. Struble of Vinton are having Thanksgiving din- hei- at Humboldt with Mrs Betty Gahan and family. Chuck Streit went lo Forest City!Tuesday to attend a cabinet meeting of the North Central District of Student Councils. Chuck, a senior at Algona high school, is president, of .the district group this year, Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian chui'ch will meet' Monday evening in the Fireside Room. Hattie Wilson and Lovernr.Jqhnson are hostesses; Mrs Hazel 'Parrott will,give the tf3 iiiyr^tr. /-< _i _i *L'>. r~t -t • ^ 'cftitbnS; •; High school young people of the Congregational and Presbyterian churches plan to go to Fort Dodge the first Sunday in December to visit the Jewish synagogue. A dinner at Treloars will follow. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster have as their guest for the holiday weekend the latter's mothei, Mrs Ollie Knudscn of Bradgntc. Mr and Mrs Ray Funk have their sons, Lennie, student at I.S.U., Ames, and Howie, State University, of Iowa, Iowa City, home for the Thanksgiving vacation. —o— The newly-organized Metho- Males club met Sunday evening at the Methodist church. The committee in charge was Mr and Mrs Howard Smith and Mr and Mrs Glen Peglow. Mr and Mrs Joe Bardley have as their Thanksgiving guests the latter's mother, Mrs William Van- derhaar of Humboldt and their daughter, Mary, who is home from Duchesne College at Omaha. —o— State University of Iowa, Iowa City, students home for the holiday include Dave Hutchins, Bill Sigsbeo, Jack Vipond, Pam and Denny Waller, John Platt and Xathy Bay. —o— Word from Dr. F. Earl Burgess, former Methodist pastor here, h hat he is now serving on the jtaff of Central Methodist church, Phoenix, Ariz., assisting in the evangelism program., —o— Wesleyan Service Guild^ business women's group of the Methodist church, .will meet Nov. 2> for church. Leona Smith has devotions; the lesson will be presented by Ermal Smith and Helen Johnson is in charge of the social time. Several Algona high school students attended a meeting of Future Business Leaders of America held at Cedar. Rapids Monday. They were Kathy Feaster, Jan Olson, Sandra Gregory, Frances Zeigler, Sharon Brutis and the advisor, Donna Madsen. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips will have as their ; guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Tom Zwiefel and,'new; grandson, Jeffrey. Gra- dXr^airmont,:, JVUnh. :.;.The Mty Was very frail at birth and f6r a time it was thought he would not survive, but he is now doing nicely. , Methodists attending a missionary institute at . Armstrong recently included Mr and Mr* Louis Kelley, Rhonda Brandow, Bette Deirick and Franklin Kern were married Nov. 11 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The newly weds are shown above. Mtes Deirick is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Detrick, Algona, and Mr. Kern is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern, Algona. :..' Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony. A complete wedding story appeared in the Nov. 16 issue of the UDM. (Glenn's Studio Photo —• UDM Engraving) Mary Steinhorst, Dr. L. L. Snyder, Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzeil, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzeil, Mr and Mrs William Runchey, Mr and Mrs Ralph Harberts, Mrs Leo Steven and Rev. Newton Coughenour. Mrs Marie Murtagh, former well-known Algonan now a resident of Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, spent the /weekend here 'v, ,-, hrMrs-,Murfaghy T wh& "wilr 'Be' 89 her 'next birthday,' was'ablc to attend .the Congregational Bazaar and greet many of her large circle of friends. —o— Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen had as their guest over the weekend the former's father, Axel Hemmingsen of Newell. Mr Hemmingsen presented 'the program at Mariner's club at the Presbyterian church on missions he had visited Sunday evening, Besides the Don ' Hemmingsens, Mr arid Mrs Gordon Hall were in charga of the evening. — O — ' ' .,-.. '"...,.;,; Mr and Mrs Charles McVa? have as their guest tfie latter's cousin,, M4x*aQiiv^pct>flt Auck-- here Nov. 14. He is. on „ a year's leave of absence from his job as government travel agent and is making a world tour. Mrs McVay had never before met her relative, Last week he talked about his homeland to Mrs McVay's kindergarten classes at Bryant school. IT COSTS LESS TO HEAT WITH GAS! I 7 of the most important reasons why modern homemakers Choose GAS 1. ECONOMY 2. DEPENDABILITY 3. CLEANLINESS 4. SAFETY 5. SILENCE 6. HUMIDITY CONTROL 7. MAINTENANCE FREE A report of comparative fuel costs for home heating prepared by the State University of Iowa proves conclusively that Gas heat is by far the MOST ECONOMICAL. (See below). Add to that the advantages of truly trouble-free automatic operation, cleanliness, safety, noiselessness, humidity control and lower maintenance cost and you have the major reasons why gas is your best buy for heating, clothes drying, water heating, cooking and refrigeration. IN A NUTSHELL IT COSTS YOU ... • 15% more to heat with OIL! • 50% more to heat with COAL! e 11/2 times as much to heat with PROPANE! • 31/2 times as much to heat with ELECTRICITY! "Gas is by far your best heat buy" North Central Public Service Co. CY 4-2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY" ALGONA

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