The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, August 18, 1955 Mrs. Edward Callies, 65, Rites August 12, Titonka Tilonka— Funeral services (•>!• Mrs Edward Callies were held at the Giiod Hope Lutheran Chun 1 !. :n Til'Mika. Friday. Aug. 12 al 2 p in, with the Rev. LaVerne K Mftneckf uf I.ako'u ulticiat- iii!;. Miiry M. Callies. d.ajphVr .if Mi and Mrs Andrew Piei clialsk'. \va> b"i'n Nov. 24, l!!;ifi. in Germany. As a y.iuni; rhiK! she accompanied nil parent:- to America and they settled in Chicago. She married Edward F. Callio* on Mar. 2. 1911. al Chicago. Tin young couple lived for a year in Chicago and then moved to Titonka where they lived for the next 42 years, A year ago she Mid her husband moved to Minneapolis in order to be near the children. She had been in ill health for the past six years. For the past year she had been in and out of the hospital man', innf>. Last March she submitted tvt .-ursery. nnd on Aug. 10. she departed !rom life at the Swedish hospital in Minneapolis. She had readied the age of 1)5. She leaves her husband and nine children: Mrs Irene Krugc-i of Minneapolis. Carl of Lake Cily: Mrs Margaret Miller o! Iowa Ci'.v: Mrs Donna Jensen of Iowa City: Walter of St. Paul; Donald of St. Paul: Eddie- of St. Paul, Herbert of the U. S. Army stationed at New Orleans, and Marilyn of Minneapolis. One sister, Mrs John Thompson ol Mason City and one brother, John Pierchalski of Philadelphia and 22 grandchildren also survive, Pallbearers svere Junior Hansen. Merino Fuls. Glenn Miller. Gene Krominga, Andrew Krom- ;nga and Harry Mehlan. The choir sang the hymns "Asleep in Jf.-sus" and "Let Me Go" with Herman Welhousen at the Organ. The family dinner o/as served by neighbors from Titonka and the Ladies Aid of Good Hope served lunch after the service.-,. Flowers were in charge of Mrs Frank Fisher, Mrs Art Rode, Mr.- Sylvan Hanna. She was buried in Buffalo Township cemetery, with Swan Funeral Home in charge. Joan Van Hove, daughter ol Mr and Mrs John Van Hove of Alden is visiting at the home 01 her cousin, Karen Van Hove. She came home with the Henry Van Hoves when they attended a wedding of a nephew in Iowa Falls Monday evening. Mrs Jacob Kurtzleben had major surgery at the Mercy ho.s- pital in Mason City Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Frwin Fden :>nd daughters and Mrs Louise Eden visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman and lamuv of Burt and helped Mrs Ortman celebrate her birthday. Mrs Oilman is the former Magdalene Eden. Margaret Land entertained her Birthday club Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Lester Eden and family have reiurni'd from a trip to Hi'iio. Nevada, and'othfi point.-, in the west. Mrs Charles Wandling of Ruf 1'ah', Mn.. and her two daughters Shirley and Ethel, of Kansas City are visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs Louis Huber and husband and also visiting other relatives here. Mr and Mrs Donald Hooker and daughter of Goldfield were Sunday visitors at the home ol Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden and family. Miss Troyce Brims, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Ileyko Brims underwent an operation for appendicitir at St. Ann hospital, Thursday afternoon. Rites At Burt For Victim of Motor Mishap Services for Mrs Henry Dacken, 73, well-known Burt woman, were held in St. John's Lutheran Church at Burt Saturday at 2 p.m. .Rev. E. L. Wittkopp officiated and burial was in the Burt Township Cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Dacken was killed instantly in a car-truck crash Aug. 10 at 5 p.m. a mile south and a mile and a half west of Burt, as reported in last week's Upper DOS Moines. Louise Elizabeth Schneider, daughter of August and Wilhelmina Schneider, was born Nov. 29, 1881 at Milwaukee, Wis. but had lived in the Burt area for all but the first three years of her life. She and her husband celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary two years ago. Besides her husband, she is survived by four daughters and ^ son. They are Edna (Mrs Louis Riedel), arid Ruth (Mrs Ernest Nauman). Burt: Viola (Mrs Edw Kain), Algona: Irene (Mrs Andrew Nauman). Bancroft; and Walter, Lone Rock. Two brother:--, Frank. Burt. and Paul, Ortonville, Minn., and 24 grandchildren survive. Three sons preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Charles Geilenfeld, Henry and Marvin Kueck, Art Heidenwith, Frit/ Joan and Jim Shipler. Mrs Dacken was killed when the car she was driving and a 2'j ton truck, driven by Gordon Gifford, Burt, collided on a gravel rond intersection about a mile from the Dnckcn home. The truck driver was uninjured. At the time of the crash, Mrs Dacken was on the way to see a doctor in Burt. and was alone in the car. A passenger in the cab of the truck, 11-year old Terry Joft Cook, was examined and treated bv a doctor for minor bruises. Faculty Is Two Short, Ledyard; To Open Aug. 29 Ledyard — The local school will open for the fall term on Monday, Aug. 29. with a half day session. Busses will make their routes in order to arrive at the school at 0:30. They will start the return at 11:20. There will be some changes in the routes. It is asked that students please not bring any money for book rental, lunches or insurance, etc., on Monday. Each student will receive a bulletin the first day which will include items of interest relative to the above topics. Lunches will be served daily beginning on' Tuesday, August 30. Although the faculty is not complete, the following teachers will be on hand for the opening of the school term: Leo E. Willadsen, superintendent! Norris Hines, mathematics, girl's athletics, junior hi PT: Shirley Canfield, commercial and home economics; G. Dale Canfield, instrumental music: Eugenia Milchel, English and dramatics. William Klinker, industrial arts, social studies, boys athletics; Arlene Bunting, junior high; June Beyer, sixth grade; Lilah Keil, fifth grade; Joeldene Fennema, fourth grade; DeEtta Thovson, third grade: Helen Willadsen. second grade; Annette Beeher, first grade. The teaching positions which remain to be filled are those of high school science and a junior high position. Agnes Mayer, Lena Warner arid Martha Schroeder will be the cooks for the school lunch program. Max Nitz will serve again as school custodian with Mrs Nitz as assistant. Several improvements have been made in the physical plant for the opening of the school term, and the building has been redecorated. One of the large projects has been the installation of new seating for the high school study hall. Melva Burrow, who attends Commercial college in Mason City came home Friday night for the weekend. Her roommate, Laurene Bobst of Alexander accompanied her home and visited here. Mr and Mrs Chris Gelhaus left on Friday for a trip through Minnesota and Wisconsin. On their way they called on Ray Wentworth at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog A WEEK! PUTS A MODERN CABINET SINK in your home! NO MONEY DOWN! CHOOSE FROM 30 MODELS! NO EXTRA COST FOR COLOR! • V.Mir flioift- of Stsr NVhite, Dawn Ye!' • •.-. M'.-rnii.iii blur, .SuiiMt Cupper. • ALi.-S'Il-:i.L-woi : 't warp or .rot, ever! • Each model offers a complete sink 1 J LL'S base-cabinet facilities! • Easy-to-tlean baked-enamel finishes (easy lo keep clean, too!) • The .si/f, style, and price you want-" packed with features! BANISH GARBAGE! JnM.tll aYnimgitown Kitchens Food Waste Lhapuici uith \>i!i<.-t sink. Vu SPECIAL! 42" KITCHEN SINK $89.95 SEE THEM See Our Large Ad In the FARM & HOME Section BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES PHONE 778 "The Wildest Trader In Town" ALGONA SS/S/S////SS////////////S////////////////S//S///. nnd family went In Mankato last Tuesday and there met the Floyd Temple family of Hanska, Minn., and enjoyed a picnic together. Judy Herzog accompanied the Temples home for a visit and this week Barbara Temple will visit Judy here. Mr Temple, who was principal here last year will be superintendent at Hanska this year. Mrs E. A. Carpenter and Ann left Wednesday for Olin where they will visit Mrs Carpenter's parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swart- xell. Mrs Chester Johnson and Patty plan to accompany them to Olin and will visit her brother there. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer went to Minneapolis Sunday, after Deanaa who had spent a week at Bible camp on Medicine Lake. Ann Egesdal, who is working in the canning factory at Winnebago was home for the weekend. Fred Ploeger went to Minneapolis Satin-day and spent Sunday at the Northwestern Bible camp at Medicine Lake with Mrs Ploeger and her sister, Mrs Ruby who had spent the week there. Ruth Ploeger and Judy Roseboro returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth went to Rochester on Sunday to visit his father. Cleo Young of DCS Moines spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Looft. Mrs John Krammersmeiev of Ledyard and Sam Weaver, her father of Bufhilo Center, accompanied Mr and Mrs Gilbert Anderson of Fort Dodge on a week and a half trip to Norwalk, Conn., to visit a sister, Mrs Earl Carpenter and family. Mrs Carpenter was the former Marjorie Weaver. They went by way of Niagara Falls and traveled through part of Ontario, Canada. They also spent a day in New York City. Mr and Mrs J. T. Whitcomb, Danny and Mary Beth of Morris, Minn., visited the past week at the J. F. Sullivan home. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend) Louis Cook, 63, Buried Monday Funeral services for Louis Cook, 63. life-long resident of Algona. were held at 4:30 p. in. Monday at McCullough's funeral chapel. Rev. Roland Andrews, First Baptist minister, officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mr Cook died suddenly soon after eating breakfast Sunday at the county farm, southwest of town. Born here May 2, 1892, Louis was the son of Henry and Jo- hunmi Cook, one of six children, lie lived at home until the death of his mother in 1935, and had resided ut the county farm for the past 17 years. Survivors include a sister, Freda Cook Moe, and seven nephews, diet, Elmer, Dick, Don and Dwight Cook and Ernest and Halph Moe, all of Algona. Three brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Ernest and Ralph Moe, Chet Cook and Lloyd Haubach. Bock From Visit To Scotland Lone, Rock—Mrs Wm. Marlow of Lone Rock returned home Aug. 1, after spending two months in Glasgow, Scotland, where she visited her parents, Mr and Mrs James Buchanan. She left Mason City June 5 by Braniff Air Lines and at Chicago changed to American Air Lines for New York. Arriving at New- York she discovered her plane for Scotland was ready to take off but was delayed till she arrived. She flew by S.A.S. (Scan- danaivan Air Service). There were va passengers aboard and they flew at an altitude of 15,000 feet and 400 miles an hour arriving at Preswick, Scotland at 8:30 next morning. From Preswick she took a bus to Glasgow which is only 25 miles. From Mason City to Scotland was a total of 4,500 miles. There wasn't too much change in the old country during ten years absence except most of the roads are smooth now where they used to be cobble stones. There are also more automobiles being driven. She spent three weeks in Corby, England (about 300 miles from Glasgow) where she visited two brothers John and Alex Buchanan. Food is still quite high over there as they only have potatoes one meal every other day. Returning home she left Preswick, Scotland, Sunday evening, July 31 at 9:30 a.m. and arrived in Mason City at 8:45 Monday morning. Carl J. Neuman Rites Tuesday Services for Carl J. Neupir.n, 79, who died at the Maple Leaf Nursing Home at Iluri Sunda.v night, were held at McCullough's Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Kev. Harry Whyte, Methodist minister, officiated and burial was at Shell Rock, Wednesday. Graveside rites were held at the cemetery. Mr Neuman was born at Berlin, Germany, Oct. 20, 1876, came to this country and farmed until his retirement. He wa r , married to Louise Hedendorf. nnd she preceded him in death in 1931. Survivors include a half-broti'.t r airl half sister. They are Conrad Rabe. Minneapolis; and Mrs Ma.-y Brockman, Macon. Mo. Three brothers preceded him in death. Parents of Twins St. Benedict — Mr and Mrs Bob Mayer became proud parents of twins, a boy and a girl, bom the evening of Aug. 10. Each weighed 6 Ibs. Bur! Former 65 Years Succumbs Final rites for Bob Cogdill, 80, of Hurt will be held this afternoon (Thursday) at the Burt Presbyterian church at 2:30 p. *n. with the Rev. H. A. Smidt officiating. Burial will be in the Burt township cemetery. Mr Cogdill died Sunday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs H. A. Smith of Burt. He had farmed in the Burt area 65 years. His wife, Ruby and another daughter, Mrs Bernice Christinsen, Salina, Kan., survive. Also surviving are a brother, Irving, of Amarillo, Texas, and two sisters, Mrs Crit Stamey, Hot Springs, N. C., and Mrs Elizabeth RiebhofT, Eagle Grove. Seven grandchildren also survive. Pallbearers were Vernon Smith, Dale Kennedy, Charles Harvey, Lloyd Christinsen, Charles Christinsen and Chester Albright. The Garry funeral home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Fenton Woman Out of Hospital Mrs Arnold Hansen of Fenton returned home Wednesday from the Sioux City hospital where she had been taken la:-l Thursday for observation and treatment. Her mother, Mrs Daginar Newel, had been at Sioux City with her. Mr Hansen brought them home along with 'heir two children who had been staying with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Peter Hansen. at Rings'.ed. It was feared at first that Mrs Hansen might have polio. Letts Creek Social The Lotts Creek Immaniiel Lutheran aid is sponsoring an ice cream social Wednesday evening, Aug. 24. on the church lawn. There will be a softball game at 6:45. Swca City's oldest businessman, J. J. Anderson, 82, died m his home there Saturday night following a lingering illness. He had been in business in Swea City for 52 years. He was born near Bancroft, started a hardware store in Swea City in IHWH which he operated for 27 years, then went into the insurance business from which he retired in 1954. In 1903 he married Thelma Magnasson. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1953. Survivors include his widow, children, Mrs A. Pweetcn, Swea City; Lt. Col. C. C. Anderson, Army Hospital, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Mrs W. H. Gils* clorf, Valley City, N. D., a brother, Andrew, Timber Lake, S.D.; sisters, Mrs B. A. Leffert, Algona, and Mrs W. E. Malmsten, Portland, Ore. Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.p.'i. in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Swea City .vith the Rev. A. M. Youngquist officiating. Friday Nite Stays Friday night openings will remain for the time being in Algona. A recent postcard poll of Chamber of Commerce members showed 40 votes to remain open Fridays and 35 for Saturday. The present setup will continue until sales tax returns for this quarter can be obtained and compared. 12 Pages Tabloid With today's Algona Upper Des Moines comes the Farm & Home Section of 12 pages in roto color. Don't miss its many features, found exclusively in this area in this newspaper. Hay Stack Afire Whitlemor* — Firemen were called Irom here to the Dwayne Garmann farm, Friday noon, to put out fire in a stack of hay. YOU'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT! BORGANA 1 ^*V9 L^T' ly A The t\( itinU !\i'v\ Minnie hihrir Above: The short jacket — styled with the deftness of the finest furrier craftsmen — in all colors, at only $69.95 £ $75.00 Right: The popular 36" coat — in five original styles. All colors - $85.00 to $95.00 Above: The full length coat — in many styles — styled in all the new shades — $89.95 to $110.00. THE TWO GREATEST FUR COMPANIES JOIN IN PRODUCING THE NEW MIRACLE COAT. This new coat is made of a combination of ORION and DYNEL. It is fabulous. It looks and feels like the finest of fur. It is warm as toast — rich, silky, kitten-soft. It is moth proof — mildew proof and has no competition. In colors beige, champagne, moonstone, black, red, charcoal, cognac, and grey. Don't be satisfied with a copy — there is only ONE BORGANA!!! See these before you choose your coat for winter. CHRISCHILLES STORE

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