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Friday, December 12, 1958 THE MESSENGER PAGE NINE Complete stock of daily missals. Phone AT 2-2868 Mail Orders Accepted WS 0o Custom Picture Framing FOOD STORES EAST SIDE Borrall Super Valu--2627 E. Univ. Gift's Super Valu--2545 E Wallnut Hilltop Super Valu--2820 Hubbell Sun Rise Super Valu--2221 E. 42nd SPECIALS! Flavorite Pop Corn 2-lb. bag 35c Receive also 50 Gold Bond Stamps Flav-O.Rich Coffee 79c lb. Receive also 1OO Gold Bond Stamps llAIIDWAI|E and AUTO SUPPLIES SPECIALS: NED PASCUZZI, Prop. r408 Euclid TOYS TOOL Other SETS and Christmas Gifts Ph. CH 3-2717 with this ad IOWA'S BEST FRANK TENDER mDELICIOUS A Product of the Iowa Packing Co. E T First Three Months' Rental APplies to Purchase If You Decide to Buy. Office Machine Supply ICeo at 15th St. AT 8-3613 Capital City Commercial College Serving Iowa since 1884 with complete Bookkeeping and Ac- counting, Shorthand and Typing, Secretarial Science, and Business Administration Courses 3001 West Grand Avenue Des Moines I2, Iowa (Phone CH 3-3189) ACBS Accreditation At 7th & Grand, Jim Boesen, and Merlin Hodapp, plan daily floral specials -- always quality flowers at bargain prices. Watch for their Holidays Specials and save. Iowa's Finest Flower Shop, Ingersoll at 38th, is overflowing with exquisite ideas for a colorful Christmas. Ted Boesen and his friendly staff invite you to enjoy this pleasant and con- venient flower shop. Right now, Boesen's greenhouse is just bulging with an abundance of beautiful Poinsettia plants. Boesen's greenhouse-fresh Poinsettias are a Christmas gift of elegant taste that reveals your good taste Boesen's floral gifts have been synonymous with dig- nity and unsurpassed quality in every sense of the word. You get the BEST for LESS at Boesen the Flor- ist. When you check your Christmas list, keep this in mind--something warm and human happens when you send flowers. A memo to the Boss and the Boss" Secretary: Hundreds of businessmen have discovered that send- ing flowers is a business-like way to express thanks and season's greetings to cus- tomers. Give us your list. Use our experience to select appropriate plants and fresh flowers and use our Florist Telegraph Delivery Service You Are luvited to Our and Christmas Flower Show Sunday, Dec. 14 12 Noon to 6 p.m. BOESEN'S GREENHOUSE 3422 Beaver to send Christmas flower gifts "Santa Swift." We See 5,000 Poinsettia Plants in guarantee satisfaction and Boesen's Greenhouse, 3422 Beaver, is alive with color-- full bloom. See 35,000 square delivery. Season's greeting choice, colorful Poinsettias, Christmas wreaths, holly, beauti- feet of flowers in bloom. cards accompany all orders, ful plants, fragrant cut flowers and appropriate holiday deco- Register for Free Prizes rations. D. J. (Doc) Schmitt, Naomi Tate and Allen De Yoe can help solve your Christmas gift problems. Motorola Special 21" Consolette on Swivel Base With 3 Hi-Fi Speakers REG. $299.95 NOW s22995 exchange You Get the Best for Less at BOESEN the FLORIST CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Ingersoll at 38 7th and Grand 3422 Beaver When You Build See Us For "k Concrete Blocks "~ Masonry Materials "k Haydite Blocks "k Steel Specialties "k Sliding Glass Doors "k Fireplace Equipment Aluminum Windows ~t" Glass Blocks !OWA CONCRETE BLOCK & MATERIAL CO. 820 S. W. Ninth Ph. AT 8'5751 "'The Best Is Always The Cheapest" Delivery Plants: Mobilgas Des Moines -- Elkhart Mobiloil Granger -- Perry Mobilheat Bayard -- Runneils Fuel Oil Carlisle CUSHMAN WILSON OIL COMPANY Home Office -- CHerry 3-3156 --- Des Moines, Iowa ~"qP' 'qp"qF ~lr'qr 'qr~tv~Pr'qF qlrV~ V~lr v v v v vvv~v~m" vv Supply Co 'Founder of the Pneumatic Tire Industry" TIRES for Passenger, Truck and Farm Full Road Hazard Guarantee Wholesale and Retail 809 6th PH. AT 8-3770 Only the Best Is Offered Your 5 Year Old AND Your 4 Year Old A Program of Social Ac- ,tivity ,~ A Balanced Schedule: Instruction Play Meal Time Rest ~" A Readiness Program St. Josenh Academy Kindergarten and Pre-Sch001 For ln]ormation DIAL CR 9-1747 BL 5-0022 at New Location --- 2719 Ingersoll Pizza ~- Spaghetti Chicken --- Steaks BUSINESS LUNCHES BEVERAGE SERVICE Will Prepare Orders to Take Out Phone AT 8-8796 NOON SPECIALS: Chef's Nuberger 50c Hot Beef Sandwich and Beverage Open 7 Days a Week THE NEW -- SAINT JOSEPH "Continuous" Sunday Missal No Turning -- Back and Forth $3.75 -- $6.50 -- $8.00 CATHOLIC BOOK STORE 525 6th Ave. Upstairs Des Moines, Iowa CH 4-7050 MAIL ORDERS -- OR TELEPHONE Wall-to-Wall Carpeting Expertly Installed CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Standard HOOVER Carpet $ Cleaner with Cleaning Tools 5634 Douglas Ph. BL. 5-4438 CUNNINGHAM Safe-Way Cleaners No finer cleaning can be had Now three locations 2286 Hubbell -- AM 6-0151 1712 S E. First -~ CH 3-5617 901 Grand, WOM ~- CR 917820 Free Pickup & Delivery Every Week a Special Just Received Carload of Lester Betsy Ross Spinet Pianos Make Selection Early While Stock is Complete Ideal Christmas Gift SMYTH PIANO AND ORGAN CO. 3611 6th Ave. CH 4-6037 Open Mon. & Fri. Nites 'till 9:00 und Des Moines Kansas Couple Started With 'Less Than Nothing' THERESA'S PARISH.- Theresa Parish Holy men will attend Mass in a group Sun- 14. President Chase has announced that A1 e, director of sports, Will speak at the break- nmenting on his favorite - football -- and his fav- .am ~ the University of oawkeyes. All members to attend. Leo Conley and reported that St. Christmas tree lot and Merle Hay Was placed in operation and is open daily from until 9 p.m. quality of the trees in is repo~ed to be ex- year and St. The- is again selling these a prices. e fl ~m other parishes as St. Theresa's will be tions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be at 7 o'clock. There will be processions Fri- day morning, beginning of Forty Hours', and Sunday evening, at the closing. Father Michael Schwarte, assistant to the Rev. J. J. Aldera, will conduct the devotions this year. There will be a special Holy Hour observance for all chil- dren of the parish Saturday morning, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. This will be held in place of cate- chism. All children, however, regardless of whether they at- tend catechism classes on Sat- urday mornings or go to a Cath- olic school, are urged to make this special devotion planned for them. Parents of the chil- dren attending are urged to re- main also. Anyone else wishing to come is urged to do so. Confessions will be heard Thursday evening, Dec. 11 from[ 7 to 8 o'clock Friday and Sat- appreciated, urday, Dec. 12 and 13, they will! a~, . * * * be heard from 4 to 5 p.m. and Ito]~'~PIUS X'S PARISH.--The after devotions. Co~a~e Society will receive The parish Holy Name Soci- alUnion 1 illreceivetheir 'Clue- "n a group in the ety men w"" " Mass Dec. 14. monthly corporate Communion ][,-- * * * in the 8 o'clock Mass, Dec. 14. t~aa~LY TRINITY PARISH--They will hold a meeting in $oci,~ Of Holy Trinity Rosary the church hall following break- the ~ # is planning lunch for fast served by the Altar and at ll.a2~dren in the school hall Rosary Society. ~he ~u a.rn. Monday, Dec. 15. The Christ the King Parish b menu ree lot is o en all ~rge~ will include beef- Christmas t " P aa~l c~s, potato chips, cookies, day long, as well as all evening. aO ee~rrot sticks. The price is * * * I-IaRl~~m" Chairman is Mrs: Grace ST. PETER'S PARISH. ~aaa,te~assisted by the co-chair- (Mrs. D. D. Donnewald, Corre- WOrth ~virs. Virginia Hollings- spondent) -- The Forty Hours' ' ~ Devotion will open in St. S~ j ~ * * Peter's Church Sunday, Dec. 14, A R:,:. USEPH,S ACADEMY.-- at the 11 a m. High Mass and ~qUiera ve fitt~r~ Mass will be offered will continue until Tuesday e - st~t" ~.Y,m~rose,Dec. 13, at 12:10 in ning with, a solemn closing" at Jo- s Cathedral. The 7:30 o clock. On Monday, Dec. Academy Alumnae 15, and Tuesday, Dec. 16, there Celebration is having the Mass will be three Masses; 6 a.m. sOt~ls at.eel for the repose of the High Mass; 7:30 a.m. Low Mass; .at 0U lthe victims of the fire and 11 a.m. Low Mass. Father la C~[-~ady of Angels School Terence Powers, C.P who con- tern "~ago the past week. Sis- ducted the mission during Lent, Yirui~,~ (~harity of the Blessed will conduct the exercises. alu~'~ary and B.V.M. Schools' Parishioners are urged to par- to at~e~.are particularly invited chase their Christmas trees at -u the Mass Bordenaro's Food Market, 1720 (~l~R,- * * * E. University. The Bordenaro "-- (~r~sT THE KING PARISH. family will donate all profits .e~t) ~aces Mazzei, Correspond- on these trees to the St. Vincent Will o ~orty Hours' Devotion de Paul Society. The parish was Mass ~en at 6:30 a m High greatly sorrowed last week at the K~ riday, Dec. 12 "in" Christ the death of Carl Bordenaro. ,ug Church. Evening devo- On Thursday, Dec. 11, the Parents' Club met at1 p.m. and enjoyed a potluck dinner and 50 cent Christmas gift exchange. The fresco painting on the wall behind Our Lady's statue in the church was done by Dom- inic Damiani. December 14 is Holy Name Corporate Communion' Sunday. In the meeting after Mass the men will elect officers for 1959. ST. ANTHONY'S PARI~H.-- The enrollment of 32 new mem- bers on Dec. 7 brought member- ship of the St. Anthony's Parish Rosary Society to the 525 mark. The new members are Mmes. Michele Amadeo, Phillip Amo- daB, Joe Aversa, Roy Barloge, Robert Bag, g, Paul Benoi, Victor Biondi, Jr.; Fred Buban, James Caligiuri, Primo Campus, John monthly corporate Communion in the 7 a.m. Mass Sunday, Dec. 1 Park, Kans. -- Farm parents Any outstanding ticket re-of 13 children, Mr. and Mrs. turns from the Holy Name dance Jakob Weber managed to estab- may be returned at the sacra-~lish 11 of them on farms. One tary's desk next Sunday. of' the two non-farmers is a priest, Father John George ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Weber, pastor of St. Peter's, ALUMNAE. -- St. Joseph's Aurora, Kansas and Rural Life Academy Alumnae Association Director of the Diocese of Sa- elected new officers for a two lina. The couple has 56 grand- year term at the annual meet- children ing Dec. 7. "In a day when most young They are Mrs. Connor T. folks dream only of 'escaping' Flynn, president; Mrs. Robert to the soft life of the cities as B. Kurtz, first vice president; Mrs'CharlesM'Fehn'sec nd N B kT vice ,re~iOen~; ~*~s ~,a~neew oo reats Hussman, treasurer; Miss Col- leen Vivone, recording sacra- Marian Doctrine tary; Mrs. Lillian Brown, cor- responding secretary; and Mrs. Notre. Dame, Ind.--Thirteen m soon as they are old enough, and when those who do want to start farming are too often pre- vented by the high cost of land and equipment," said Dana C. Jennings, field editor of Catho- lic Rural Life, who "discovered" the Webers on an article'writing tour of the diocese, "it is truly remarkable that this sturdy couple, starting with less than nothing, managed to provide land for all their many children who wanted it." How did they do it? "By prayer and hard work and lots of it," the parents explain simply. "We had only one purse. Everything the children earned went into the family purse, and we bought them clothes, what- they made a $1,200 downpay- ment on a $15,000 farm near Park. They moved by horse and wagon over the rutted roads of the era. It took them three days and two nights to cover the dis- tance, traversed by auto today in an hour. They camped out along the way. The elder Webers kept ac- count of the money the growing children deposited in the "one purse." No buried-talent ec- onomy theirs. They used it to increase and operate their hold- ings. Even when the boys went to the army--five in World War II and one in Korea--they sent their money home. Then when the boys struck out on their own and when the girls married, they II fruits that will not grow in this semi- arid, wind-ridden High Plains country, Each apple stored fresh was wrapped in a page torn from a mail-order catalog, and each inspected per- iodicall~' through the winter and the bad ones removed and eaten before they could spoil the bin- ful. They bought two tons of flour every fall after harvest, and 75 bushels of potatoes, enough to last through the win- :er. All are married, except John ?~eorge, now Father Weber. The elder Webers count their bless- ings in their 56 grandchildren, "all healthy, good looking, and Catholic " Now retired to a comfortable Civitate, Eddie Coppola, L. F. John E. Muse, Mrs. Don Duwe- European and American the- ever they needed. When families received their life savings plus house between their church~ Sacred Heart, and the cemetery, Enos, Noble Floyd, Jr.; lius, Miss Margaret Quirk, Mrs. ologians treat the historical de- have too many purses, they are a quarter-section (160 acres of they' Mmes. Joe Gargano, Ransom M. L. Northup, and Mrs. Car- velopment and theological sig- always empty." land). laughingly tell you; "They Gillespie, George Haris, Robert mela Brown, board members, nificance of a major doctrine in The newlywed Webers worked It took lots of work by every-won t have far to carry us.'* Jackson, Frank Koester, J J * * *, " " ~ F The Dogma of the Immaculate for Jakob s father for a year body We always had a big Proud of their well-established lVlunzenmaler, Josepn lvlaraseo UA't't~utat. u~xu~nir~rt~ ~, ,~ . ~. n~ rri e arden on ' "" ' ~unceprzon. a a a nalI azter melr ma ag g,e oi mem sai~. i oiispring, all within a Sundays Anthony wiuer, oonn matmys A~VlVhtti~A --Tne ~ev Dan Ever bud v "" " '" " -- ~atner r~oward D O Connor in x~. Tnen mey grauuatefl to y y, e en me boys, torive, all stauch supporters of Charles Marasco, Michael O'Don- Clarke, assis~an~ pastor ot vlslta- C S C assistant nrofessor of re: a rented farm near Victoria, ! pitched in and helped can home-ltheir own parishes, the Webers nell Steven Pascuzzi, Walter E tion Parish, Wlii De me speaker ", ,' -~ li-i-n ~t Notr~ Dame ~aitoa Kans. Finally, after God had grown produce plus big pur-count the victory well worth the " O ~ ' Rellly, Joseph Schulters, Joe at the Christmas dinner ot (: urt - rn~ r/CICI.n~a~ VOlUm~ whi~h in. Dlesseu ]:nem witn live cnliclren, ctlases OI ne vega~aDleS anct/ strife. 1 Dau n r-~,~ ~, Tursl Lauren O. 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Lura McCurin, and Mary Radose- caused the evacuation of 1501 ~ll~~ ~/ " - :- A program of community sing- vich; and Mrs. Letha Adey and girls from St. Germaine's Home ~~~~ : ~~ ing will follow under the direr- Mrs. Jeannette Hill. operated by the Sisters of the ~~~ ~~:.~ .~~-~ tion "of Mrs. Joseph LaCava, Mrs. J. R. Kitt, grand regent, Good Shepherd. No one was in- ~~~ ~~ ~~ii program chairman, will conduct a short business jured in the evacuation or the l~ll~~ I~ll~ ~2~~~ All Rosary Society members meeting, fire. ~:~ii! ~~ ~ and escorts are invited. * * * ~ ~ ~ *, * THIRD oRDER OF, ST. BENE-their spouses on Thursday, Dec. F .m ,m no.s Proudly the Jakob~their third son, Father John George Weber, ALL SAINTS PARISH. -- DICT.--St. Augustins Chapter, 18. at 6:30 p.m. in the school ~'am||y |raa|T|an Webers of Park, carrying on tbe family tradition of Christian Plans for 1959 will be discussed Third Order of St. Dominic, will hail. Mrs. John Hess and Mrs. Kans admire the photo of themselves and theirlrural life in his double job of pastor of St. at a short meeting of the Holy: have a Christmas potluck supper John Waldron are co-chairmen 13 children, 11 of whom they established on IPeter's in tiny Aurora, Kans and as diocesan Name Society, following the for all chapter members and~in charge of arrangements, farms within walking distance. With them is lrural life director.