The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 8
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j J * * f f ? » * I I .} « I .* M 1 1 ! 3 2i-Alflona (la.) .Upper D«ri fftiifdfty, Ati§u»t 25, 1955 .,•; I ' •'• '<m«J.:.'-.-. ~ •.' l LiyernforeBoy *•-. A-- -.S i '• * V ' ''" . .• f JA .:,•*. ffiBMGM ;;••.'•? IIW ?~i\i ;~' • .• ' ToWedAuJJ Livermore —- Invitations have been! isfsued rfoiJ the approaching % marriage of flames Berryhill, sbn of Mr and Mrs Galb BerryhiJl of ••''•Live'r'mpre, to, Madge Keller of Superior: Wis. ; The Wedding will take, ptace^ at the-' Presbyterian church >,ih Superior, Aug. 27. Mr Berryhill just recently graduated from Teachers College at Superior, and was comissioned a second lieutenant. He expects to be activated in November. Trip To Montana Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and j family left Monday on a vacation i trip to Roundup, Mont, where, they will visit their sister-in-law.' 'Mrs Nick Zeimet. They will j also visit their niece, Mrs Edwai'd j -Andilenas and family at Medicine Lake, Mont. Back To Washington Phyllis Wilson, who spent a month's vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Wilson, has returned to Washington, D.C., ' where she is employed. Her sister, Lois, a 1955 graduate of Livermore high school, accompan ied her to Washington D. C. and plans on finding employment." Ends Army Duty Mr and Mrs John Fox are spending a month's vacation with his father, John,Fox. John recently received his discharge from the army after twenty years' service. He plans on attending Iowa State College at Ames this fall. Breaks An Arm Karen McKenna had the misfortune of breaking her arm while attending the Messenger Carriers outing in Fort Dodge last week. - "A daughter was born Wednesday, Aug. 17 to Mr ^and Mrs Clarence Houck at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The Houcks have two other daughters. Mrs Lizzie Nygaard entertained a few friends at a coffee at her home Wednesday afternoon in horior of her daughter, Mrs Hay Van Vories, who moved Friday to her new home in Topeka, Kan. Anna Altman entertained a group of friends at a Sambo party at her home Thursday evening. There was a family reunion Monday at the Nick Klein home in honor of Mr and Mrs Edward Klein and seven children of New Orleans, La., Sister Emergine was ' also home for a visit.' She is a sister of Edward's. Mrs Jessomine Miller and Anna 13. Murray left Monday on ;i months' vacation in the west, They will visit their sister, who lives in Seattle, Wash. Mr and Mrs Vfilliam Murray left Thursday for the Black Hills. Guests last week at the Mr; Lizzie Berte home were Sister Ben Venuta and Sister Bonivito both of Dubuque and Sister Die- tella of Pocahontas. They are the former Mary, Justina and Bertha Berte, daughters of Mrs Berte. Dinner guests Sunday at tlio Clctus Stroit home in honor of the second birthday 1 of their s >n Charles, were Mr and Mrs George Struil and family of WhiHemore, Mr and Mrs 'Alvin Bertr ant! family and Mrs Anna Berte and A tines. Mrs August Paulson entertained a few friends at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs Marie Kettleman of Cleveland, Ohio. Cornelius p'Niel of Syracuse, New York arrived Monday lor a visit with liis sister, Mrs George Davis and brothers John and Dan O'Neil and Ed O'Neil, of Kairfit-M, Calif., who is visiting here. Banns of marriage were an- nouneed at Sacred Heart Church Sunday morning for the approaching murritijji'.* ol .Jam. 1 : Arlene Martin, daughter ol N;; and Mrs Jess Martin of Liver- inoro and Jame.s Euyeju: LandoJl uf Giltnon- Cily. • Mr and Mrs Donald Collins and family and Mr and Mrs Dick Cran and lamily were on a tiv. day vacation trip to Uululh and Lake Superior. Mr and Mrs Laurence Ruhne of here; Mr and Mi's Louis Collins, Mr and Mrs James Olson ami Guy Stoddard of Hmnboldt attended the funeral service of Roger Videen at St. Paul, Minn. The baby who was 20 month- 1 of age, died suddenly Thursday. Funeral services were hi/id Saturday morning at 8:45 al a Catholic church in St. Paul. Ro^er i:Ihe nephew of Mrs Huhiik,. Mrs Videen is the former Alary Si'.ci- clard of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Edward Klein aii'l seven children of New Orle - 'ir-. La., and Robert lloyau and two I'JjiJiii'en oj Wij)I!ej;ji;ri' u r)'( Sunday evening supper gue.-.ls at the Alvin Lenertx home. Mr and Mrs Gale Berr.vMil! attended u Berryhill family icui'.i'i.'i Sunday at Renwiek. Mr and Mrs Vernol Ophci-.i i,l Bode were Thursday evening \ :->i- torji ;U ine Art V'autil Jiojiie. Mr and Mrs Edwin Bami,-r. 5 and two children of Atlanta. G :.. were visitois last week Thtn.-.i!jj at the Herman Lars<jn home. Mrs Julius Becker enlerlaine'i members ol the Five liun<l'v<l Club at nor homu Tuesday atte: 1 - iiuon. High prize wwit to .Vlr> Leiinard Wilson, traveling to Mi.- Hill Wilson and consolation lo Mi'.; Tojjjjii\ K/-..-JJJ 41 i U-D-M Want Ads Bring Resulf, , _ N 41 n ,< i r* M ^| 11 He'll Tell You Natural Gas Is the Yes, folks, hundreds of your neighbors^fgMi; iMk here in Algona have converted, to: naturalfias th^ugljts. fteati in their homes during the past 12 month^ust ; ;bp;tfsliave to$4w$tf a half dozen of them add their praise: to toji$ ,M tespftj6nial"" wonclerfulmetliod of heating and iiilliJkrlL rnan meirs.(, ^^^^ . •>!.•:.•.>.. .i^,..'.J_r..--..: ,•*£'<• '.;.'•:':• "i',-f:i i' '. '• '. J''.'j K-;. '. '•'.'' >.f.?' i ..' -'' ' I -^^J^^^^^^f-t-jl--^-^-^-^-^^^^^ " •.. and we can't gef over how clean it is!" "Tunriey Huenhold Says: "From October 1 until March 25, almost an entire healing ' seasofli we heated our larqe brick home, for $111.92. We're happy over the savings we've made with gias—both in our home and in our greenhouses. And we can't get over how clean it is, either." HOME OF ALWIN "TUNNEY"^ HUENHOLD 534 North Phillips Street i, "., .I'd leave town if gas was taken away." Clark Godtlen Says: "We've l>een converted to gas since October, 1951. We use it both for heating our home iincl cooking. During the past 1'ive winter months, (November 1 «)-)1 to March, 1955) our average gas bill has been ii>17.7S. I'd leave town if gas was taken away from mo." ' HOME OF CLARK GODDEN (i!3 South Harlnn Street "... and it's cleaner, too!" Fred (ironbach Says: "Here are figures to tell why were's happv \\i(li nHtiiral gas lii'at. From Oclober 2H until March 2H, our total gas bill for cooking and heating was !>S2. (>."). That's considerably le.-:.s than SI00 1'or nearly an entire heating .season. And it's far cleaner, iw;." HOME OF FKED (iKONJJACH 1313 East Oak' Street FFTuT]J t ,-. ;'. ; - ; ,' ^ • ' ' . "We aireUell Sfatisfi^i wltd natural gas 1 " ' * ' ' . ' - ' ' ^ ? ' ^ 'f ' i i i • •'. ' I I "My savings ohf-gas 1 during :; :, the last heating; jsedson <*has beentabout $65. My.gasAeat- ing bill during the six months . from Novembeif to.' May;was. 3^1 We field With ;gaS :Heat, 'Hoth in , .: . ,, ? ^|y / ..^.^i-^^tfutj^; Jo cl5anliness'-and^ cpst.",- ; ' ^ ?<p- J 'f f'j-'OltTt^&yA' : . i"* 'l;-!-^ .' '' M i';'?.! : ' : ' 1 ' • -;: :.r-*'"' -r'f' .;?.!,,• :l'^-'l^fT^^i. -i, ••;' i ., : ; , i : f , > * • "• •• ~ fi-i ,•- ; Is f - '.••.:.; ; i f.i.-i'l . - .-,• i >> ; } * ,t^. M. »',.„? , ANT^DIDRIKSEN Jon^a iStreet L ; '•-• f- . tin I i frmfsold,pn;naiural : gas; .','!"• " ; Vic" Frideres Says: "Sure, I'm sold on Natural Gas. My Mil for heating hcuse, water heater and cooking last month was only $19.10. That's a big savings from our former bill." HOME OF VICTOR FRIDERES 621 East Elm Street,: Algona "... it's gas for us from now oh!" 'Alfred Schultz Hays: ; i "I lik<? ga$ and here's why. In the month of February a- Tone, we 'SAVED $167.50 from a year ago by'heating our garage and oil station with natural gas. The cost for our home, cooking and heating, was only $13.6*0' and since Sept. 22, our entire home bill has been only $59.79. It's gas for us from now on." t! OF ALFRED SCHULT? South Phillip Street PHONE 1412 NATURAL GAS APPLIANCES ALQOIW

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