The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1957
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l-Mg*ria (la.) Upptr DM Molft** fliurtday, Aprfl 11, •.»j .".«.. -* ..J.-4BV,. ,Ai *Mt . .MOU. ..'*- ..,~.. * ... • , * Mrs Knoll, 15, A Lifelong Resident, Dies Lhst rites for Mrs William A. Knoll, 75, a resident of Algofla for the past 13 years, were held April 1 at 2- p.m. in the Presbyterian church with Rev. M. H. Brower officiating. Burial was in Burt township cemetery. McCullough's Ftlneral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Clair Blossom. Everett Barr, Fred Oeigel, Warren Godden, Tom Reid and Johii Kohlhaa*. Mrs Knoll died suddenly after supper in the Knoll home at 307 N. Dodge Street Friday. Mar. 29. She had been ill about a Week, and was released from St. Ann hospital only a few hours before her death. She had been hospitalized only a day. Sarah Martin, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Martin, was born in Good Hope Nov. 8, 1881. She was married to William A. Knoll Feb. 20, 1907 at Burt. The couple recently observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Knoll farmed in the Lone Rook area from 1911 to 1943 when they moved to Algona. They havd resided here since that time. Survivors include her husband, a son, William, Jr., Lone. Rock: two daughters, Minnie {Mrs A. L. Baker), Lone Rock, and Mrs Ardith Sears, Rochester, Minn.; a brother, Peter Martin, and a sister, Mabel Hartwell, both of Lake Arthur, La.; and three grandchildren. At 3 Wesley Homes In Week Wesley — Mr and Mrs Edward L. Johnson are proud parents of a baby boy born Friday, April 5 at the Britt hospital. The infant has a 3% year old brother Jerry, who visited his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert during his mother's hospitalization. Mrs Helen Johnson is the baby's paternal grandmother. Mother and son were brought home Tuesday. ; A baby 'boy weighing 10 Ibs., 11 DZ. was bom to Mr and Mrs Ivift fofthsotl it the Britt hospital Saturday, April 6. by C**s*riaft tectton. They now have a family of four sons and one daughter. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Duane Studer Friday morning, April 6, in the Britt. Memorial hospital. The little Miss has been named Pamela Jean and she Joins H family of a sister Patricia and a brother Gregory who are being cared for in the Bill Goetz home. Reb«kah Lodges Me*i Rebekah lodges from Garner, Algona and Wesley held a Good Neighbor party in the local IOOF Hall Friday evening, April 5. Alan Jordan played a piano solo; Diane Robinson and Linda Newbrough played a flute duet. Delores Madsen gave a reading. Music Ptiipls Compete A group of music pupils from the public school will take part in the music contest^ at Fertile Friday, April 12. The Brass quartet: Judy Hilbert, Julie Nygaard, Sharlene Martin and Gloria Wise. Girls Sextet: Elaine Neuroth, Sharlene Martin, Mary Lou Weig, Carol Frideres, Judy Pfeffer and Judy Hilbert. Boys Quartet: Robert Olson, Douglas Downs, Duane Price and Paill Pfeffer. Clarinet Trio: Grace Qoetz, Elaine Neuroth and Alan Jordan. Trumpet duet: Gloria Wise,, Judy Pfeffer; saxaphone sold, Douglas Downs; Baritone duet, Darlene Studer, Judy Hilbert; Vocal solo, Paul Pfeffer. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer visited the Larry Lang family at Mason City, Friday evening, and made the acquaintance of Michael Mark Lang, 3 weeks old.- G. A. Leithe was taken to the Forest City hospital last week for medical .care. He makes his home with his daughter, Mrs Al Burma and family. Mr and Mrs Vernon Leech of Des Moines were Sunday guests at the Burma home. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken, "Butch" and Danny of Minneapolis were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs VJola Studer. Their mother, Mrs Jennie Luken was brought home Sunday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been since Oct. 10 when slit suffered a fractured hip in a fab at Mrs Studer's where she now lives. Mrs Luken observed her 84th birthday Monday, April 8. Methodist-Women will have a pre-Easter cleaning bee at the church Monday, April 15. A pot luck lunch will be noon. Mrs Don Kraus was substitute eo/n, you can't imagine until you see B una " IA.SJ ei Jht Sfcptj You lov* To Uve In Step in today and slip Into shoes so ellm and elegant they give your feet - 9 dainty new look. You'll love the textured leathers...the soft new colors...and the gentle, precise way our ENNA JETTICKS hug and fit your foot. They're a rare combination of fashion and ease — just what yon wf nt for now 0irough Summer, You'll find the smartest new styles for drees) for street and for casual wear — all at ENNA JETTICKS moderate prices. teacher for Mr! Joftf! Anderson in kindergarten several days last week as the latter had surgery April 4th. A good Friday s&Vite will Be held in the Evangelical Fret Church at 1 o'clock. Methodist Upper Flat and Prairie Center Congregations will be included. The Fathers-Sons banquet will be held in the Methodist chureh, April 25. Mr and Mis Richard Smith attended furieral services Saturday in the Britt Methodist Church for Merle W. Johnson. 4?, who died in the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, April 2nd of cancer. Relatives and friends from here who attended the golden wedding celebration for Mr and Mrs Peter Kiischbaum of Ayrshire, Sunday, at the Country Club at Emmetsburg included Mr and Mrs Ed Hildmafl, Mrs Sophia Hildmart, Mr and Mrs Reese Martin, Henry Shore, Ed Ricke, Mr and Mrs- George Goetz, Mrs Helen Johnson, Mr and Mrs Lee Goetz and Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy were dinner guests Sunday evening of his parents, Mr and Mrs H. G. Hamilton of Bancroft at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr and Mrs George Sheridan will observe their 48th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 14. Mr and Mrs Tom McGreevey and two children of Spencer spent tfie weekend at the parental, Leo Goeta home. Mr and Mrs Lou Cink entertained their 500 Card Club Sunday evening, April 7. Urban Neuroth, Beatrice and Leo Hildman visited Mrs Neuroth at a University hospital in Iowa City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leonard Ai-ndor- fer, Danny and Vicki were Sunday dinner guesta in the Gene Hood home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Martin Eischeid of Fort Dodge were also guests. Mrs Eischeid and Mrs Hood are sisters. The Prairie Neighbbrs met Tuesday, April 9 at the Glenn Smith home with Minnie Frim; ml as co-hostess. The lesson on Electric Wiring was given by Mrs Donovan Studer and Mrs Dale Dornbier. Mr and Mrs L«Roy Ricke and Mrs Tillie Loebig visited Mrs Ricke's parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Sherman in Fort Dodge, Saturday. Mr Sherman is hospitalized. Mrs Loebig suffered bruises and wrenched muscles when she fell part way downstairs. Mrs Matt Erdman submitted to a gall bladder operation in the Britt hospital Saturday morning, April 6. The C.D.A. Mothers-Daughters banquet will be held in the parish hall Wednesday evening, April 24. Memoers should get ineir banquet tickets from a committee women, for $1.25. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and Mr and Mrs,Luther Nygaara and their families attended a housewarming party for the Bernadine Nygaards who moved to Bode recently from "Lake Mills, The group of relatives brought dinner and spent the day there. Easter services will be held in the Methodist church at 5:30 a.m. Sunday, April 21, followed by a fellowship breakfast. . M.Y.F. met Sunday evening with Walt Smith in the W. R. Smith home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan, Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier and Bobbie and Mr and Mrs Herman Bode attend.ed a card party at the John McMahon home in Corwith Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Goetz oi Elma, Iowa were overnight guests Saturday in the home oi his brother, Lou Goetz and wife. On Sunday, they were dinner guests of Peter Kirschbaum at their golden wedding anniversary party at the Country Club at Emmetsburg. They are old neighbors. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickie spent Sunday in the parental, Charles Kraus home in Kiester, Minn. Mrs David Johnson and daughter, Ella and grandson Bobby of Corwith visited Saturday in the Mrs BetUe Wester home. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer took their daughter Margaret to the* Sacred Heart Sanitarium at Milwaukee, Wis,, Friday of last week, where she will take medical treatments for rheumatoid arthritis. All will stay 10 days. His sister, Emma Studer, who has been at the Sanitarium several months plans to come home with them. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children of Clarion were Sunday evening callers at the parental, Viola Studer home. They had visited friends in Algona that afternoon, Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek Jerry and Kim spent seVerai days last week with Mrs Martinek's sister, Mrs John Arns and family of Bassett and bis two aunts, Mrs Ann Franzen, of West Union and Mrs T. M. Franzen of Hawkeye, ^^ Lost Rites For Pittmon, Monday Last rites for E. H. Pittman, 64, of Algona were held Monday at 2 p m. in McCullough'g Funeral Chapel with Rev. Harry Whyte, Methodist minister, of' ficiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers at the funeral were William Dau, Ed Woicott, Gene Schemel, R0y Bjustj-om, G. ft LaBarre and Dr. Karl Hoffman. Mr Pittman died at 13:50 $.m. Tuesday, April 2, %yhile vacation* ing with his wife at Tampa, Fls. He is survived by his wue, a son, Clayton, his mother, tw<* brothers and three sisters. A complete obituary appeared in laat A-cck's Upper Dei Muiuea, Univ. Dubuque Choir To Sing Here April 16 Donald Priadle The University of Dubuque choral group will appear in Al" gona, Tuesday, April 18, in 'a Holy Week musical program tp be presented by the Algoha Ministerial Union at the Methodist church, starting at 8 p.m. The group is directed by Donald Prindle, above. The program by the choir will be devoted to numbers appropriate for the Easter season, and the general public is cordially invited to attend. Each of Illinois' 153 State Representatives and 51 Senators re- reive salaries of $10,000 for the, biennium. Doan News By Mrs lei Kiley The Doan WSCS met at the home of Mrs Harvey Larson Apt. 5. The lesson was given by Mrs flay Cunningham. Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday and children t>onald and Gloria Visited at the Lee Kiley home oil Thursday of last week. Mr and Mrs John Miller returned home from Texas last week. Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover spent Saturday evening of last week at the Lee Kiley home. Mrs Max Goldman, Mrs Tom Young. Mr9 Ross fiuffingtoft, Mrs Fern Young, Mrs Merl Hoover, And Mrs Tom Ellefson attended the District Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting at Clear Lake on Wednesday, Apr. 3. Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs James Ryburn., Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley and daughter Betty attended the Wedding of DeWayne Kiley and Miss Shirley Knudsen at the first Lutheran Church in Humboldt on Sunday evening, April 7, The following helped Ilo JBuffingtpn observe his birthday on Sunday afternoon of last week, Mr 1 and Mrs Ross Buf- fihgton, Mr and Mrs Roger Buf- flngton and family. Mrs Dale Struthers was in the Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt" for the past week and We were glad to hear that she was well enough to return home on Thursday, April 5. "HONORED William Becker, Elkader, has completed 65 years as a pharmacist in the same drug store there. Now 88, he began his 'career in 1892. X M ITi Rayon Linen Cape-collared Sheath Jacketed Sheath Above The new ensemble i; " * -'. V * Duster with print ;•«-, _ sheath dress. See *he many lovely Suits, dresses and ensembles •',. at <. ELM & JESSIES Li "The little shop on the side street' 7 PRICES FOR APRIL 12-13 aUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED HEADQUARTERS FOR SEED POTATOES ONION SETS ONION PLANTS POTATOES 10 BED FONTIACS Seed or Table Use 19c CARROTS Crisp, Finn, Fresh Packed '.... , 5c APPLES WasB. Fancy WIneaaps, Dozen' .,,., 49c NEW POTATOES FLORIDA BEDS 5 Pounds I^C U.S*"Good*' BEEF POT ROASTS . -.v.,-..., LB. U. S. "GOOD" BEEF ROUND STEAK ALL-MEAT B O L O G N A Lb. 29c GROUND BEEF 3 ibs. 89c DRIED BEEF $£29' PORK SAUSAGE Home Made BEEF RIB BOILING MEAT Lb. lOc ADAMS FBOZEff ' ORANGE JUICE 2 ;29c '•" lift, i-ii iii ORANGE BASE GOOCH'S BEST MEDIUM—WIF»I EXTBA WIPE EGG NOODLES'^ 23 IIBIRP 24-ox, BoWe || f| i GRAPE JUICE 29 BlUC BIRP ROBB-RO$S HONEY I2-4Z. Jar DOG FOOD T & T PURE GROUNP BUCK PEPPER AL, WOLFF'S SALAP STYIE 1I<M. J*T J)f|| MARASCHINO CHERRIES £9 OOUO ff AL «*****• Of, JAR SWEET PICKLES KRAFT ViLVBBTA CHEESE SPREAD. 2 Ib. box 79c ROBB-R05S SPANISH ~^ r ** s; VW-iAO A(|{ Salted PEANUTS 39 CAi-RAYIKW-EII ft JU^ RAISINS Zx O MJ White FLOUR 50 Lb'. PEACHES BRANTCO GUT S8EEN jfiCOTTIIS |« I FACIAL lt«* no

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