The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1955 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1955
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P^Melnei Thursday, February 3, 195S_ R Hemmlngsen home. were conducted Monday In Whit-Wesley Women Charter A Bus, To Visit Legislature • * . ...-'• ..•'•'.•". '» ^ ; e,W*tt»y t-Wesley Homemakers, 'club is planning a trip to Des Moines ancf ft jVisit to .the -State Legislature' for" *Feb; -8. Their chartered? bus; will leave -,Algona at 7:3ff a.m. and will return the Same evening. Any interested KomemakeicjnayL Contact Mrs C. *?.."'•* Al Kin's ffit«* ? .-.-' ' Mr and Mrs' Lr L>Lease attended funeral services, Sunday, Jan. iitl. *or-. iher* 5 half • V.Wothte Carl LewlS,'1^ 70,' at the 'Hanlon- tbvta Lutheran ' church. Mr Lewis died of "cancer at Mercy hospital, Mason City on Jan. 27. Mrs Lease Spent Thursday with Lewis relative?'in Hanlontpwh arid Mason Clty Sftfvioes Hsld'Jfehi 29 Mr and Mrs George Betmerlng and daughters'-,and Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard 'and' two daugh" tew .attended thfe funeral of the women's father Orville S.- Alex- afto'er. ;>at' Humboldt Saturday afternoon, Jan. 29. , He died Jan 28 at_his home in'Humboldt. • Rev. Frank-Webb attended a pastor's schooL at' Simpson cpl- f&W Indianola,, Jfin. 31 - Feb. 4 T!ne Methodist Congregation is planning a course of study on India, Pakistan and Ceylon to Be given on 5 successive Sunday evenings beginning Feb. 13. There Will-be classes'for-children, youth and'adults; , •V Tbm Forburger won a cribbage tournament in : Garner Jan. 24 where 110 players competed. • Wesley basketball teams .went {o Ledyard Friday evening and were defeated in 1 their last gan.j of the season. .'•'•_' . vHomter Mount of Owatonna, Minn./ a former;? Wesleyan, was buried in. the local cemetery, Sunday; ; JaW. 20, beside the : body of His son Virgil.-; Cathollc'Daughters are sponsor- ihg s a card p'arty at 'their 'hall, Feb. 8,-.Oh the following Sunday evening, Feb: 13, a travelogue with films' will be given by the Rev. Ff. Smith of Britt. ' " "Mrs Clarence Schutjer has been a surgery patient 'at Mercy hospital, Mason City, for the past month.>' She- had her spleen re- inbyed arid has been very ill. •'•'. Pvt. Donald West,, son of ivlrfi Martha West, arrived home last week frOm Camp-'Chaffee, Ark. for a ,15-day furlough. Girl Scouts will meet after school Friday, Feb. 4. with their leader Mrs L. L. Pfeffer at her home. ;; Tora McMahon, former Wesley Mortician now living in Pocahon- tasi Was taken home last week from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where "he had surgery on the luriyzs, Jan. 17.. ;f Methodist: young'group met at the'-Church'Sunday evening for Installation of officers by the Rev, JFi''-A. ; Webb. Officers are Char- lottfc'.Wise,' Marva Nygaard and Carrie Engen. .:,-•.'. •';Exchange State bank is being remodeled by having the ceiling libwered'3 feet and- air conditioning, iinits installed. .'•Mr arid .'Mrs Ben Walker of Bend were Friday supper Clue. Weddings amongsl'the skyscrapers, Mr and Mrs Leander Studer and daughters of LuVerne visit-, ed his sister Mrs Ed Garman and family and her parents the John Jennings on Sunday. Harold Price, , employed at Perival's in Algona, suffered a painfully cut hand last Week and was unable to work for several days Mrs Clarence Ackerson was brought home Friday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a' medical patient for some time, Sunday evening guests in the George Ricke home were Mr and Mrs John Hodgrafer and daughter Dorothy of Williams. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Williams of Blairsburg, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wil-, liams of Blairsburg, Mr aiid Mrs Arnold Stuffleck and family of Kanawha and Eugene and Irene Hanig. .„ tL : Catholic Daughters will attend a 1 o'clock meeting and coffee hour in the Belmoncl parish hall Feb. 6. Mr and Mrs Ed Weig became parents of a son, Wednesday, Jan 20. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode attended a wake Sunday in Whittemore for a cousin, George Elbert, 67, who died Jan. 2 at St. more. ' >, u '<•' Catholic Daughters wilT rhset Feb, 9 with Mesdames J, P. Sttl* der, Tilly Loebig. Mildred and ill for several weeks will enter Mercy hospital, Mason City on Feb. 6 for major surgery. County Commander and Mrs Koppen of Lakota and 8th District Commander and Mrs Don Hemmingsen of Algona, were .guests Sunday evening at a turkey dinner given by local Legion members lor ' thtiir wives, Auxiliary members and their husbands. Colette and Lawrence Kocklei of Bancroft were Saturday supper guests in the Martin Hamilton home. Sunday guests in the Paul Studer home were her brother Pvt. Donald West of Camp Chaffee,' Ark. Mrs Martha West, Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and family of Meservey, Mr and Mrs Gayle -yitzthum and family, Mr and Mrs Bill West and family of Mason City. . . Tommy Wilson, smajl son of the C. J. Wilsons of Belmond, and Carol Hemmingsen of. Forest City spent the weekend in the H. temore. ed by the hostesses, 'the , . Thora Cosgrove, Cecelia . and Mae Garman. Entertainment committee , is 'Mary Liekteig, Florence Hildman. Edfid Kftppen, Felice Hilbert and Marie LoebJg. Dorothy Illg Of St. Joe Honored Sunday, Shower si. joe— porothy^Illg was ored Sunday afternoon at a pre nuptial shower in St. Joseph parish hall. The honoree was the recepient of useful and pretty *ifts, which were placed on, 6 cable decorated in red and white roses and streamers, .centered with a statue of the Madonna. The afternoon was ' spent playing, oridge, 500 and *"<?i«nv. Prizes m onqge went to Mrs- John Altman- and Mrs Wilfred Schneider. In 500, Mrs Petet Kirsch and Mrs ,Cyril KeJlner were awarded prizes. Mrs Sebbert 67 who died Jan. z at, ai. astin Kramer received the door; Ann hospital. Funeral • services prize. A delicious lunch was serv* >y me nuatcositia* • „ ? - ± „ ..if* bride-elect, daughter of ;Mr. -• -.-and. Mrs Arthur Illg Will be thfiflof here bride "of Edward Mfcdulrey sen Of Mr' and Mrs M. T. MoGulfe, on February 8 in St. Joseph's Church at 8i30 o'clodk with Rev'i Leo C, Schumacher b.ffidatlftg.,•; w • • .< of Algona and Ernest Kramer, ;son of Mr ana Mi-s-Stephen Kramer ClilU 1VJ10 *VJ*Bji» *»»•*•*"••"* DI neiri, has' been made. The wedding Will take .place in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona on Feb.-16. wmereiiB iw»»o»» * . j Mrs Arthur fcohlhafls eritertain- •Lthe* 600 Farmerette Club in her home on Wednesday afternoon with-Mrs Hubert O'Bfiefi and Mrs Richard K6hlhaas as 'gUests. Prizes were- awarded • ;to r M*s Marvin Reding, Mrs. John Cap-; esius &fld Mrs Milfofd PlatHe. 'A delicious lunch was served b.yi the hostess. Mrs Delmer Playpen- ter.tains the Club on ?e.b. lB/ r . ; fb.Wed Feb. IS ' . '* Announcemeht<of-the appr6acn- ing marriage' eff Verna; Ldss, daUJ ghter of Mr and Mrs Steve Loss weekend here with relatives and '" Mfand Mrs M. T. McCjuJre, Luke .and.Bavid -spent Friday in. t M*f afid ! MrS ArtHtlf. K entertaitted ^ort A Suttday> evening in theifchd-mfe $lt arid-Mrs Connie Kojtlhaas and Mr and Mi's R. TIM and daughters 6il of Algona, Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenerw of Livermbre, Mr and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas and family artd Mr and -Mts iSylvestet iWanijers all of mann, daughters of Mr aftd Mrs .Ted! Wagner, Mr, and,Mrs Nick Borfriann. Studiiitt;ftfS.t. Jbseph's 3ch661 : of > NUfgint.i spent-the weekend here with home folks. Marlene Friders and Janice Tax, students at ottumwa-Heights College in Ottumwa spent the sorfMiKe spetit Monday City ott husirtesf. ' ~~ , . Student Kathleen Griffin, junior in elementary education at Briar Cliff plege, y Slou*> Cfty, will be a representative at.ithe -Delegate Council- meeting of- the, ftwa. Future Teachers of America. The conference 'will tie held at DeS koines, Feb. 3, 4 and 5. Miss Griffin is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mel' t B.;Grfffin of Algona. ; i Fielding H, Yost, athletic coach of the University of .Michigan, was. nicknamed l'tfurry.-,Up." Saves Time! Saves Money!/ 9 Mmg bed is SOTO-SfiOIci ttnkt f* cleaning clogged sewers. ' « No needless delays or cosllj replacewdf .of sewer pipe. ' . * Ho Inconrenlence for lack (f pinking ta- climes. A NATIONAL. SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY COWAN ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County Phone Algona 101 Collect . guests in the home ; of their son J.^. Walker' and family. Ann was 2 years old thai ' ,. ••.. : . •• 'Mf and Mrs Jack Kutschara left iMpnday,' Jan. 31 for a three week's Vacation trip to Florida. Their daughter Ida Mae is stay- Ihg. with her aunt Mrs Frank Bleich and' family. ; 'Mrs Leo Goetz and Kathy spent siveral days last week with thr Tom McGreeyeys of Leland. •. -Mr and Mrs Joe Kellcy and two daughters of Gillett Grove were weekend guests of her parents the Lawrence Smiths. Billy Loebig, freshman at Lora; College, Dubuque, spent severa days last week between semester in the parental Bill Loebig home. Mr and Mrs John Seiier of Humboldt spent the weekend with his parents the Tony Sellers. Mr and Mrs Bill Foth and children of Algona spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Irene Studer and her sister Mrs Ed Garman and family. Mrs Garman who has been Only SERYEL... the Cos REFRIGERATOR ... makes your ice "cubes" without using ... and puts 'em in a basket 10-year warranty on the silent HO "MOVING PARK freezing system! MOOH 1149O Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Availabl For Emergency Use MATT ELECTRIC CO. 170 Algono, I Why not start enjoying a new Servel , in your kitchen now! Enjoy completely carefree automatic defrost — the large, separate freezer compartment—door shelves — every deluxe ftature plus the great convenience of NO MESSY ICE TRAYS'. Now, at last, you can own the most modern, the most beautiful, the only tully automatic refrigerator made the sensational new 1954 Servel! See H now! Trade in your old refrigerator on the amazing new 1954 Servel! You'll be amazed to find how easy, how inexpensive it is to start enjoying a new Servel in your kitchen today! SEE HOW INEXPENSIVE IT IS TO > PLUS EVERY DELUXE FEATURE YOU EVER WANTED! • Large, separate freezer compart* ment - holds up to 80 Ibs. of frozen foods! ' • Automatic defrost — completely carefree! • Adjustable shelve*-effortlessly changed! • Butter keeper-full pound at right temperature! • Door Shelve* — roomy, wide, convenient! • Trip.saver handle - opens at a nudge! • Longest warranty—up to 10 full yean on the freezing system! • 3 appliances in 1 —refrigerator,freezer, ice-maker! OWN A NEW SERVEL TODAY AT Our Final Winter Clearance Sale of the Year * r** * 3 ' - . . ""l*,/ This is obr semi-annual BASEMENT CLEARANCE SALE. You know what to* look for-the greatest BARGAINS 'of Jhe last slaj Afld th'ls"Ve''«ir'is-no;exception;*We dean pyt everything to the LA1ST coat, suit, *>r dress.jREAD ,THIS AD and sw the .AMAZING PRICES!!! These two saileV^.each :,year bring big crowds ^ ^cbme early to get your choice!IIFriday and, Saturday wijl be two-'big days—sd be here Early! V FEBRUARY 4-5 North Central ALGONA ©rvice Co* (Formerly Perry Gas Go.) IOW ( .. MORE BARGAINS •$30.00. Priced for this wle from LADIES' SKIRTS—44 in this group 'ft tion Some were $16.95. Three prices In this grmi P -$f,88, $5,88, $7,88 1\ .Sizes 8 to 16, Woojs, taffetas, plaids, plains, orlons. LADIES' HATS^bpUt 50 left! Values to $15.00- take your choice for 88c and 10 LAST SPRING COATS—shorties—buy a $40,00 cpat for just $13.88. 2 WEDDING DRESSES—$55.00 values—both size 12. Going out of business here ... we don't care what you use them for—$15.88. GIRLS' HATS and KNITWEAR—plenty here to keep the ifidies ears warm. Your unrestricted choice-* 88c, GIRW COATS—sizes 2-3-4-5'6x and 12. Values to . |30.00. Clearing these at only $14.88. Gim-S' PRESSES—sizes 3-14, The finest of fabrics, Your choice—$3.88, 13 dresses only! GIRLS' ROBES — cotton flannel, were $3.98. Your choice for 88c, Sizes 3 to 14, LADIES' ROBES—a group of 50 long and short robes. All this year's merchandise—values to $18.00. Choice for $2.88 to $8,88. FORMALS-—both long and short. All sizes. 13 only! Were as much as $25.00. Take them for $12.88 ea. MATERNITY WEAR—suits, jackets, skirts. Many LESS than half price. If you are expecting, you can't afford to overlook these. All new merchandise. Ch "HOME OF QUALITY FOB 85 YEARS"

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