The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 8
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3, Services Here Wednesday For Crash Victim Funeral services for Robert B. Rickatd, 36. North Hollywood, CnHf., son of Mrs Adeline Mc"Mahon. Algona, wore held in Mc- Cullrtugh's Funeral Chapel here yesterday (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. Rev. H. Glenn Discoo officiated and burial followed at Riverviexv cemetery. Robert was killed in an auto accident Saturday, Jan. 31, at Pratt, Kansas, while enroute from Algoha to his home afler a visit here with his mother , and step-father, Mr and Mrs William Me- Mahon. Robert Bernard Rickard, son of John H. and Adeline Rickard, was born here Dec. 17, 1922. Ho received his education at Brill and entered the U.S. Navy Aug. 3, 1942, and attended a navy electrical school at Ames. He was later stationed aboard the U.S.S. Wisconsin and was released from the navy in 4945. He attended Iowa State Teachers College, then moved to California. He was married to Viola Margaret Duae* at Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 21 1 1944. HLs wife and son, Robert, survive, as well as hisf mother and step-father, Algona, five sisters, including Neva Ollom, Burt, and Mrs Sam Shipler, Whittemore; and five brothers. Shell fie Here Next Sunday MM Ltd Jtamus t< eormportdfnl tot thi Algona Upper Be* Moine* in ih« Lone flock are*. Sh« succeed* Mw Clftrtncft Kfaft. The latlet has loa«*d Lohg'» Cafo and i» now operating it. Marie (The Body) McDonald decorates jerry Lewis' new laugh hit, 'The Geisha Boy," due Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Also tarred with Jerry In Paramount's technicolor - Vista Vision comedy are Sessue Hayak'awa and Japanese beauty, Notyu Atsumi Mcarthy. Graveside Rites FprMcEvoy Baby Graveside services for Paul Timothy 'McEvby, infant son o£ Mr and Mrs Clement .McEvoy of Algona, were held Monday at 12:30 p.m. at Calvary cemetery , Msgr. P. P. Gearcn of St. Cecelia's Catholic church officiated at the rites. The Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of af- ' rangements. The baby .died shortly after its birth Sunday afternoon in Mercy hospital.«-at Fort Dodge. There are several 'other children in the family, - , Rites Today For Mrs Thompson Funeral services for Mrs P, C. Thompson', 67, long-time resident of Algona, will be- held this! afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. Roland Andrews of Titonka will officiate and burial will be at Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers will be Les Huff, Glenn Burtis, P. Hegarty, George McVay, Louis Kelley and Roy Stoffel. Mrs Thompson died Monday afternoon at St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient for the past five days. Grace Belle Rowland, daughter of John and August Weber Rowland, ,was bom Dec, 5, 1891 at Monona. She waS married to Perry Cliffofd Thompson at Monona Oct. 15, 1913 and came to Algona the same year. The Thompsons have lived here in their home near the Milwaukdp depot since that time. Mrs Thompson is survived by ler husband, her'mother, Augusta lowland, two sons, William and lobert, Algona; two daughters, Doris (Mrs Glen. Culbertson),-Algona, and Adine (Mrs Glen Bales), ShPaul, Minn.; and 10 grand- childnen. A brother, Roy Rowand, 'Garnsivillo; and a sister, lazel (Mrs Jarfies Cunningham), Monona, also survive. Mfl fchii Ballad U —-T-. at the fcryant school and fcgffifl this semester, ?| Mr and Mrs Allen Buehaniin pent the weekend at Atlanli<* vith the latter's mother, Mrs Girl Pipe Bursts, Floods Basement Ledyard—On Wednesday night a waterpipe burst', .in-, the baser ment of the\B<ithahy f 'Evangelical and Reformed .Church.-flooding the floor with- several inches of water. Nancy, Mac Kinnon w.eht down into the •basement'and discovered the water when she went in after a book>he:HadUi orgotteh Rev. Vriesen.and a;-group- bf menV quickly , pumped.., the- -water out .and dried: ther'floors;.,before too liiuch damagd was rdorie. One sale 'leads to another. 's'Scratch'n Dent' Sale Continue Although we enjoyed a good response to this event last week, we've decided to continue the sale prices through DOLLAR DAYS. Due to the icy roads in this area last weeky we know that many people from other towns were unable to take advantage of our sale prices — reason for the continuation. ..:,- > Mr* Mart Buehger was vU Sunday by her daughter,. Mi* and lelman of West Send. v, Caroline Bicker i, a student at St. Catherine, St. Paul, spent>.thg weekend with her parents,$M£, and iMrs Robert Bickert. , 0 • Mrs Art Burris and thlldren De Ette and Randy were < guests Sunday of Mr Btirrte' er, Mrs C. A. Burris, at Bradgatif Mr and Mrs Bert Muckey have Choice of Colors Limit 2 to Customei EACH \ \ Algona Upper. Des Motnas FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the -Algona Upper Des Monies', including advertising; bills, ra'dio-spots if desired, and free auction listing. If bad weather forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without charge for new sale date under our original "weather insurance" guarantee, See us for early sale dates. Feb. 5, Thursday —• Wilmer (Bill) Thilges sale, 4 south from Algona to Irvington corner and 1% wesj;. This sale include? full machinery line, household goods, etc. and is a big sale. ! Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details i this paper last week. Feb. 5, Thursday — Bert Geerdes, & Son, Lakota, Poland China bred gilt sale., ,,See,UDM classi- 1e,d page tod.ay . for ' details. ,Feb. 9, Monday — Bonno Schut- ;er sale, machinery and Brown Swiss cows. From Burt, east 4 miles on blacktop and one mile north. .Yungeberg & QuiraV auctioneers.'Details today in this paper: Feb. 10, Tuesday — i K a y s e i Estate sale, '% mile west and 2 miles north of St. Joe. General farm auction. Lee Colw.ell, auctioneer, Iowa" State' Bank, clerk. Details in UDM today. Feb. 11, Wednesday —- Robert Corderman sale, 1 north and 2 east of Armstrong, on highway 44. Includes machinery, equipment, household goods, etc, and 75 head Holsteins. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 12, Thursday — Joe Vollmer, sale, complete machinery and choice Whiteface Hereford cows. 'From Bancroft, 3 south and 3 west. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Sale de- been visited by Mrs brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs James Klllion from Cali* fornia. Mr and Mrs Max Bast had their, son-in-law and daughter, Mr ^nd Mrs Burton Varcoe and family, of Emmetsburg as dinner guestff Sunday. . ., u ftv J, Mr and Mrs Kenneth. Bfchard* and' sons 'Billy and Eddie ot Lone Rock were dinner - guests Monday of the former's aunt, Ila Bilsborough. , ' , Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley,and Mr and Mrs Walter Bradjey were in Des Moines a week ago today (Thursday) to attend an Oliver sales meeting, ' _- •-«,••Mr and Mrs Ira Bonnette, 'Mrs Bertha Dettman, Mrs Ellen Bjustrom and son Milan attended" a Fellowship meeting Monday evening at Garner. ' f < ' Mrs Carrie Bourne left Wednesday for Cleveland, Ohio and will' visit till May with her, son- in-law, and daughter, 1 M*'arid Mrs Robert Cutler. , ' ' ' Mr and Mrs Gale Stockvr&l spent Sunday, at Mason City with their sons-in-law 'and daughters. Mr.and Mrs William De' Kr'uif and Mr ahd Mrs Fred Lassahri,,, John Hood, freshman student ai Notre Dame University, spent, -a between-sem ester ,Vacati6n with his parents, ,Mr and Mrs W. 3. Hood. He left Sunday to return to South Bend. .' ;.,' Mr and Mrs Cecil Burtis were visited parents Mr and Mr* W. «. Brando* were visited Sunday by ihelf daughter-in-law, Mrs Eva Bran* dow and family of Humboldt, They also called on Mr and Mrs Eugene Braridow. the latter of •whom was dismissed, Saturday from St. Ann hospital' fallowing an operation for removal of the gall bladder,, «- Mr and Mrs Oswald Lalliet spent Sunday at Ventura wii their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier. Leo was recently dismissed from. Mercy hospital, Mason City, where,, he had surgery'for a disc-ailment. Enroute home the visitors stopped at Wesley to see Mrs Lal- r lier's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Julius Matz, Mr and Mrs Perry Byatti have their daughter, Mrs Bernard /Nelson with them for several weeks. She has been living at Austin, Minn. Mr Nelson, who,is in scr-* Vice, is stationed at Fort Hood Tex. He will soon^be ,sent ,,-'to Germany and his wife will join him there as soon ^as possible. The daughter, Joan Byam. was hdme for'the weekend. She-.is doing practice teaching at Mason City. •. • :-. . -" '.,'.''. Fr.E.E. Ledyord, Dies Rev. Ft. E. F. Maynard, 70, died in his sleep Monday at' Graetlingef where lie had, been pastot of the Immaculate Conception church for the past eight years. Father Maynard was a former priest at St.. Cecelia's parish here and of the .Sacred Heatt church at Ledyard. The funeral will be ai Gtaetting- et. ... " . ' " VALUES AT $39,95 AND $45,00 VALUES AT $49.95 AND $55.00 $ 28 38 Values From S39.95 to 867.50 s, *'>, ,;* 5 v* ' • i •• $ * i * Van Heusen Ditess Shirts —1 *. -vn.—-L. 2.99 1 •$! Argyle press Sox f or Men -^^_:___J_:± JL-L-^-^jS, 69c Boys Toiri Sawyer Long Sleeve Sport Shirts r -l-^— 1.76 Men's Long SleeVe Sport Shirts, values to $5.95 __-—,-: 2.99 < i • i ' ^ • f * _'_ - ^ Men's All Wool Sp>rt Coats priced from L._^____^^il—— Sunday by the latter's ^^ ...... „ and brother-in-law qnd sister, Mr and Mrs Al Rohn and Mr and Mrs Don Malaise respe'ctr ively of Webster City,. • *':^ Mr and Mrs Glenn Burtis, .had as' guests Sunday '-the' 1 'lattePs brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Marvin JCoth.pf •Breaks Leg Again. . Swea 8c''Eagle*— Ray..Verbrug- g'e, • rural' 'Armstrong, fell' at; his home last week and broke his right leg near the hip, for the second''.time. ^He fell.last fall.and broke >the 4 'same, leg.,in his'corn c'rib. He was taken/to, the Estherville hospital. ' vK and Mrs Dennis Kyhl of Bmf and Mrs John Hanson' of Es'tHeY- • .-. * ' i i ' ' } \\ \, ville. v , , ., Mr and Mrs Eppo Bullon 'spenl Sunday at Thompson With 'the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and 'Mrs Howard Clark: Mrs Clark had recently returned from Mercy hospital, Mason, Citj*; where she had major surgery., ' Barbara Bourne' and her classmates, Jean Vayo.pf Greenwich, Conn., and Suzanne Schultz"of Sioux Falls, S. D., spent' the weekend here at the parental, Dr. M. G. Bournes. They are stu^ dents at Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. Mrs Mary BosWell chased the Dr. Daniel Bray housp on south Jones street and will take possession when she returns from California- about April 1, Her ' brother-in.-law and sister plan to live, with her. They live in California at present. Mr and Mrs H. H. Bunkofska drove to Ames Sunday to visit their son Kenneth, a student at the Iowa State college. With Visit U.D.M. Plant The Upper Des'' Moines was hos,t,, tl to, the Lotts Creek school puplj(p: Tuesday afternoon', 1 -.bn. an insjsectibn tour of the plant.- The ilpils' .'witnessed the operation of ~ 'newspaper press Men's Nylon Reversible Jackets _ r _ ". —— 11.88 ,j , i _ * • ' •. * ~ — • Boy's Wool Suburban Coats, size 6 to 12 -—1 ~___i< 9.88 ,(, ' [ ^ v Adam Dress Hats, values to 8.95 _.___. 1_—— --1—5. JMen's Stadium Dress Gloves, reg. 3.98 2. Cbnyerse 2-buckle Work Rubbers __1_____—-i_l^_._^l 3.88 Key Work Uniforms, PER' SET ^ s Work Gloves 2 PR. 59 has puri SLEEPER AND SLEEPING BAG Ib. for Regular $4.98 Now Only . Regular $5.98 Now Only '. Bank, Bancroft, clerk, tails in UDM today. Feb. 14, Saturday — Marlyn Hagedorn sale, 3 south, 2 east and % south of Elmore. Includes Holsteins, sows, pullets, machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; First National, Elmore, clerk. Sale details next week. Feb. 16, Monday — Bill Fandel, 2 miles straight west of Whittemore. Complete line machinery, etc. Yungeberg & Quinn, tioneers; Farmers Wh.ittemore, clerk, in UDM later. Feb. 17, Tuesday — Norbert Frideres sale, 3% north and % east of Bode, or 14 south of Algona. Machinery and shop tools. Lee Colwell, auctioneer; Bode State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM 'later. • Feb. 17, Tuesday — Myron W. Speer sale, 2 east, 4% north of Fenton, or % south of Seneca. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Feb. 19. Thursday — Arnold Deitering, Bancroft, sale of machinery and black Angus cattle. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders bank, Ban* croft, clerk, Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 18, Wednesday — Mrs Justin Becker & Sons sale, 2% east of Wesley on highway 18. Selling 60 head Holsteins, 36 black cattle, milking equipment, etc. Roiling & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. Feb. 25, Wednesday *—• Mrs Lloyd Schenk closing out sale, ai farm located 2 miles south anc 1 Vi west of Buvt, or 6 north and IVi west of the four corners ai Algona. Sale will include complete line of machinery. Yunge- berg &, Quinn, auctioneers. him they went to State Center to visit another son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Jim Bunkofske. Mr and Mrs Harr,y Thilges returned last week from a month's vacation in California.where they visited with Mr and Mrs Walter Ohm and Mr and Mrs Mons Olson at Van Nuys. They also visited with friends, Mr and Mrs' George Harrison at .Dunsmu_ir.. - . Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding' became grandparents again when'. c_, rt Hptaii*" a daughter was born last week. Sale details Thursday to their son and daugh-' ter-in-law, Mr and .Mrs Glair, Reding. The infant has been' named Beth Ann. Other children in the family are Mark,: onnie and Paula. .. ,\ Mrs Milton Dettman and Darrell have returned from Antioch,] Calif., where she had been called] the sickness of her step-father, Jack Bergman. After a visit with Vlr and Mrs Bergman, they visited" Mr and 'Mrs Dewey Wilson and Martinez. Mrs Wilson is a sister of Milton Dettman. Mr and Mrs Wm Knoll and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Bierstedt home, I was a belated birthday dinner |or their son,'Lynn, DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING ^ALQONA HQTEl, TUES., FEB. 10 9 A.M. To U NOON, Batteries and service for mos* makes YOU «ie invU«4 lo come in. *, AUDIPHON^E CO, 611 Fleming BWg, 6th & Walnut S** M DM Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Pester, $$ DAYS 54 INCH :, OIL CLOTH LIMITED CHOICE OF PATTERN* per yd n PERCALE' POLISHED COTTON YARD GOODS 4 VPS, sloo BOXER 10NGIE FLANNEL LINED , , Cut ,The Free .UDM "Nickel" From The Front Page Of This Newspaper And. Speni-J 1 It Here. $$DAYS 2 PIECE YOUR CHOICE GUM 6 PACK 2 for 37c Regular $1,49, NOW —„-..-. Regular $1.98, NOW $1.00 $1.39 CLOSE OUT BOYS' SHIRTS long Sleeye $1.00 MEN'S , SWEAT SHIRTS White Or Natural ____ -- SLEEPERS WITH PLASTIC • 'COATED FEET each $ CHILDREN'S CARPET SLIPPERS ZIPPER FRONT SELF-WRINGING SPONGE MOP 98c Regular $1,98 Regular $1*69 ; Pair Now $loo SIZES 14Vi to 17 WORK SHIRTS MEN'S BLUE CHAMBRAY $ 1 oo 4Mv flMP 4BI4BI ^MB flINHiip PIWP Upp'^li^ w 'w^P^^ ^§^>F ^p ^9 •'•'•. : ^mr ;'. \ *''~ : 1,'''--\ f , ' • "" ' ' * M - • A i ; ^F OPIN SATURDAY UNTIL 7m P,M.

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