The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1955 · Page 2
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ft-Aleo«d (la,) Uppar De* Maine* thursday, March H 1955 John J. Deim Services Held This Morning Funeral services for John J. Deim, 36, well-known Algona businessman, were held this mbrriing". (Thursday) at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the mass and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. John died suddenly about 4:30 a.m. Monday morning following a heart attack in his home here. For the 2nd straight year OLDSMOBILE Presents the Famous . i" • /WJADEMY - ' AWARDS # £ SHOW • (ON TV and RADIO Wednesday MAR. 3O WATCH N£XT TUESDAY'S PAPER FOR TIME & CHANNEL John«f. Deim, son of Mr and Mrs J.ofih M. Deim, was born April 17, 1918 at Bancroft, Following the death of his father in 1919, he attended St. Cecelia s Academy here, graduating in 1935. He then attended Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis for several terms, and entered the plumbing business with Ray Funk in 1940, forming a partnership that lasted until Mr Deim s death. : •• ' . .. He was in the army from May of 1942 until November, 1945, and was married in 1945 to Erma Lea Deal of Algona. He recently returned from Rochester, Minn., vyhere he had gone for observa- Survivors include his wife, a daughter, Gretchen, 8, a son, Jon, 6. and his mother, Mrs Eva Deim, all of Algona. ., . He was lirst vice president of the local American Legion post, and was a member of the vetet- ans of Foreign Wars and Knights of Columbus. Pallbearers were Michael McEvoy, Maurice Thompson, .Harold Schweiger, Robert Knudsen, Wade Hanson and Gerald Ferris. Maude L Free, U, Succumbs; Rites Monday Funeral services for Mrs Maude L. Free, 78, well-known Algona woman, were held in the Congregational Church Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. G. G. Hallauer officiated at the rites, and burial followed in • -Rivcrvic-j? - -Gsmatcry. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was n charge of arrangements. Mrs Free died Friday at St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient for about ten days. Maude, daughter of John and Julia Lawrence, was born at Waucoma, la., Jan. 10, 1877. She was married to George H. Free, Sept. 30, 1902 at Mason City, and moved to Algona 50 years ago. Mr Free, a railway mail clerk, died July 19, '1931. She was very active in club and church work, and' was a member of Eastern Star,'Past Matrons Club, was a past Regent of the D.A.R., and a member of the Congregational Church. Survivors ' include a son and daughter who arrived here by plane last Tuesday, Esther (Mrs R. L. Duncan), Westfield, 1 N.'J.; George, Pasadena, Cal.; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Three sisters, Mrs W. H. Thompson, Bode; Mrs Frank Krumm, Mason City; and Mrs C. H. iCochran, Waucpma, also survival Three brothers' f pre- cedeegkeg** death., 1 ' .. "P 1 aTffleaPSFs were Gfuy Stokes Byron Richardson, Albin Spongberg, D. D. Monlux, Willian Steele and Roy Christcnsen. Frahk Farm Is Self! ., LuVerne _ A' farm sale was completed recently, when, the 160 acre farm owned by Frank Gronbach six miles north of LuVerne on the Sexton road was purchased by Thees Schnakenberg. ' possession is to be given April 1 Their son, Eafl Gronbach and family, on the farm will remain for the coming year, GOCUmtOrt 11-Day Exercise the 60 members of the Algona Ground Observer Cprp_s,.are..real- ly getting a workout, They began an 11-day stretch of continuous observation from 10:30 a.m. 16.8 p.m. on Monday, March 21,-and will contirtue the exercise through March 3-1. ... "''•'.-• John WooU, ehief observer, said that .every' plane spotted would be instantaneously reported.. via phone to the Des Moin^s filter center in conjunction with . the statewide exercise now in progress. - • '.•.'..'• An observation post on., top of the fairgrounds ; grandstand '. is being" i&ed! '.There; are hopes of cbnstructing a regular tower on city property, sometime this summer. More volunteers are also desired for the local post and a total of 300"enrolled is desired, Wood said. . ' •. • . Isaac Waltons Hold Election A; W. Behrends ot Algona .,_elected president of ifie.>ast tforK Chapter of the Isaac- Walton League at a meeting attended by many Kossuth County sportsmen in the Moose Hall last Wednesday, night. ... !. : . Other business, besides .election of officers, included adoption of the by-laws of the national Isaac Walton League, .subject to cKange by 'amenShient^df t^ef-ubcai organization. Charter, night M the grpnp wijl be announced in the ne'ar future. Other officers include: ..Bill Newland, first vice president} t eo Ff ankl. second' vice "president;Allen Hidlebaugh, secretary; and A. M: Anderspn," treasurer. MStir- ice Graham is chairman or -iM membership committee and Orville Duncan heads .the publicity committee. . . ' -'-. Directors elected were .Matinee Graham, Vern Qasler, Adrian Casler, Bud Elbert, Webster; Orton, Allan Bullock, Ralph Morgan, Frank CruiksHahk, OrVille Duncan, Bob Scot't, ft. J. Thig- sen and John Woods. St. Ann Auxiliary Rummage Sale : •""A meeting of the board of St Arm hospital's auxiliary was' i helc' at the'hospital Tuesday afternoon UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends Plans for a rummage 'sale. 'Sat- tffctay, 'April * 2,' and" a tag day 'Aeff, 14 were discussed. The f ufn«- nage sale will start at 9 a.m. and will be held in the Kohlh^iS building across frdm' the post* dttice,. Anyone fishing to: c6n- fibute aricies td Jbe sold may take thern to the building after 1 p.m. iviarch dQ, Mrs Joe Bradley and Mrs Daniel Bray are eo-chairmen of the event Mrs Paul Seeley and Mrs Rob- erf Bickert are co-Chairmen of the lag day, and further plans of this e ( V?nt will be announced later. Plans Rolling For Charity Ball i Dominations for Queen of-the apnual Charity Ball of Algona, have been called for, and a nominating blank will be found in trie Upper Des Moines today. The annual event will be held Tuesday night, April 12, at the Algona high gymnasium, Lawrence Winkel, general chairman, has announced. < , Proceeds from the event go into the Algona Charities, Inc. fund. Fifty children received medical, surgical and dental care during the- past year, made possible by funds raised in the annual char^,i>,.ball project. These benefits "involved the expenditure of $1,- 493.9S, according to school nurse Antoinette Bonns'tetter and Milton Norton, Treasurer of Algona Charities,-Inc. I'S-The children receiving.the benefits-are not from families on county relief; they are from families whftse circumstances prevent them from providing the necessary attention when needed. J6fe George, manager of the Algbhtt. Hotel, IS chairman of the Cprfimittee on Patrons and, Pa- ;ro"nesses and sftys that he is confident of generous response by the people of the community when • given an opportunity to contribute to the Algona Charities fund. • • ^ Algona Play In State Festival "Algona High School will present "Which is the Way to Boston?" under the direction of Dale McDowell during the 27th annual Iowa Play Production Festival at Iowa City, Thursday, March 31, at 2 p.m. Drama groups from 73 high schools and 18 community theaters will perform during the festival which runs from March 2£ through April 2. The playbill longest since before World War II, will feature everything from comedy to. Romeo and Juliet, and", will include several original dramas. Cast for the Algona presentation will include Richard Schmidt, Sharon Powers, Ailene Qua- day and -Larry Obrecht. Assistant director is Kay Brayton and Beverly James is in charge v of sound and costumes. Phi Mu Garrfma and has ------.-- vited to join, at Drake University. This is art honorary allied.arts «"* ^..^...-..-.or, is majoring.in art Cousins Reunite After 50 Years Wesley — Mrs Laura Benson Johnson of Salem, Oregon spent several days over the weekend with her cousin Mrs Ida Funnemark, whom she had not .* seen fqr 60 years: She was enroute home; from a visit with her -daughter in Hartford. Conn., and a brother .in Brainerd, MlnnV'ffnd had been away since December, Her father built the house now.owned by L. T Rtoot and the family .farmed 4ie place now owned by Theron Hansen. , . Liverrrtore Note The Humboldt county nurs,e will expect parents to bring their eligible children to the Livermore Methodist church Friday, April 1, at 10:00 a.m., for pre-school physical check-ups. Parents with children who will be five years old on or before Nov. 15 are urged to call the Livermore school secretary or superintendent and ! give the name of the chili Honored At Drake Barbara Galbraith, 609 So. Jones St., Algona, has been named as eligible for membership in Rummage Sale Sponsored by Methodist Ladies Saturday, Mar, 26 8:30 A.M.-11:30 A.M. Methodist Church Basement Algona Oldsmobile Sales & Service LEDGERS, LEDGER SHEETS, j columnar books i\nd pads, general bookkeeping supplies. Many forms carried in stock, and quick service on those w<: may. not have. Upper Des Moines, in. the NEW newspaper building, Algona. la appearing In McCALL love of tho ^ llpllipop] Siiei 1 »0j</, Sizei 3 to 6x, Sites 7 to 14, ADD.A.YEAR* H|M$ Sugar-coded with a whits rayon faillo collar (detachable), thii charming fitted 100°o wool coat hgs a never-wilt Pellon lined skirt for perk/,aiipneii. Mother will love the extra wear in the patented Add-A-Yeor' hem, that gives added Matching fig/, length later. Many other coats available in all sizes, all styles, all fabrics and in till price ranges Elva & Jessie's North of Sorensen Grocery , /I '' . Just, raye 100 Bags ./ First fto»6 First ff Served. 3; . ; .-'• '^ 1150 LB. t COBBLERS 1 98c POTATOE 100 L,B V PONTIACS $1.99 100 -LB. CHEROKEE WHITES $1.89 Just Have 100 Bags First Co.me First Served. SO LB. CHEROKEE WHITES 98c / '' & / / MMS FOR MMW?S&2l>QUAWm]MHTS RESERVED! CHASE * SAN80BN NAT/QNALLY AW&rMD OR HEG. 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