The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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(la.) Upper D«i Thuttday, Aufeust 25, 19SS Livermore Boy, Wisconsin Girl To fed Aug. 2? Livetmore — Invitations have ; been issued for the approaching marriage of James Berryhill. son of Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill of Livcrmorp. to Madge Keller ol Superior, Wis. The wedding \vill take place nt the Presbylerinn i church in Superior, Aug. 27. Mr j Berryhill just recently graduated from Teachers College at Super- i ior. and was comissioned a sec- ; ond lieutenant. He expects to be : activated in November. Trip To Monlana Mr and Mrs Henry' Zeimet and family left Monday on a vacation trip to Roundup, Mont, where , they will visit their sister-in-law. Mrs Nick Zeimet. They will also visit their niece, Mrs Edward ' 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 sis- ' ter, 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 arc spending a month's vacation will: his father, John Fox. John recently received his discharge from the army after twenty years' Eervife. He plans on attending Iowa State College at Ames this fall. I Breaks An Arm : Karen McKcnna had the misfortune of breaking her arm while attending the Messenger Carriers outing in Fort Dodge ; last week. i A daughter was born Weclnes- ; day, Aug. 17 to Mr and Mrs j Clarence Houck at the Lutheran ' hospital in Fort Dodge. The Houcks have two -other daughters. i Mrs Lizzie Nygaard entertain- ' cd a few friends at a coffee nt : her home Wednesday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Mrs Ray Van Vories, who moved 'Fri- ' day to her new home in Topeka, Kan. Anna Altman entertained a group of friends at a Sambo part;,;. 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 Jcssomine Miller and Anna B. Murray left Monday on :: months' vacation in the west, They will visit their sister, who lives in Seattle, Wash. Mr and Mrs William Murray left Thursday for the Black Hills. Guests l#st week at the Mi ; Lizzie Berte home were Sister Ben Venuta and Sister Bonivit') both of Dubuque and Sister Die- tella of Pocahontas. They art the former Mary, Justina and Bertha Berte, daughters of in!.Berte. Dinner guests Sunday at tlio Cletus Streit home in honor of the second birthday of their s ,>n Charles, were Mr and Mrs Gei'-.-j-.o Strait and family of Whitterm:! e. Mr and Mrs Alvin Ber'c and family and Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes. Mrs August Paulson entertained a few friends at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her .sister. Mrs Marie Kettleman of Cleveland, Ohio. Cornelius O'Niel of Syracuse, New York arrived Monday lor a visit with his sister, Mrs George Davis and brothers John and Dan O'Neil and Ed O'Ncil, of Fairl'ieM, Calif., who is visiting here. Banns of nnuriayi; were announced at SuiTed Heart Church Sunday morning for the ap- pruai-h;n« marriagr ol Jain/'. Ailene Mailm, ciauyh and Mrs Je.s.- Martin moic and Jam"., Huyt- 'T ol \: of Livui"- c Land JH ol Gilniore City. Mi and Mrs Unru.ia Colhn.-. an i lamily and Mr and Mr Ci an and Jannly v. Did; '.fit' on a fiv'_- ID DuluUr UIKI day vacation 1 Luki Supen./r. Mr and Mi- L:HII(>MJI- HUMIV of here; Mr and Mi> I.'.ui.- Colijn.-'. Mr aiul Mr.- Janu-.- Oi^r-n an 1 Guy Stoddard <A Hun,u;Kii attended the funeral ?-•; vice V, HIJJJI.T Videefi at St. I'aul. The baby wii-i v,a- 2u n ul age. uied .sai.. U i:i> Ti/u Funeral services V.M !,,•... urday murnint: at JJ:45 a; ,, olic. church in St. Paul ]<.-, the nephew ul Mi- Ku:nii;. V'ideen is tlu- lurnn-i- .-.!ai > dard uf Lueiii.uii. M'Vin children 'ii l-i<•<.;• (J} cluldrfii ol \VinUf:i.i,re v, ( : • Su/iday eyenin;; .-upi^i. 1 . yue.-!> a' liii' Alvin Leneit/. h'i:r,c. Mi ar»J MK-, Gale lis'i i \ : i!l! '.-.1 tended a lifciryhiU lan.ily > cj':! j.'i Sunday at Rtnwick. Mr and Mrs Vein 1 Oph^ij i ii Bode were Tjiursday evenu);, •.:.-,!• tu;- at tiie Art Vaud! l.^Mie Mr -and Mr.- Edwin Ikuiir!- and IVMJ childien of Atlanta Cj.-. at the Herman Lar^o:; l-umi Mrss Juliu.-- lieckei enu-rt,!.:i,"i UK'jubers ol the Five Hur.d •<•..( Club at Her home- Tui.'suay ai!r:- \Vi.-!lt I.' Ms.- iVelniL; to Mi, Bill Wilson and T"iiiii,v Ki . i prize Leonard Wil.son. tr U-O-M Waal Ads Knag NEIGHBOR... Hell Tell You Natural Gas Is the Cleanest, Most Economical FuelfAvailable! Yes, folks, hundreds of your neighbors right here in Algona have converted to natural gas in their homes during the past 12 months. Just a half dozen of them add their praise to this wonderful method of heating and cooking on , • •-. 5 • ••• this page — many, many more 4ho tlteir er about converting for the coming winter thoughts* Read what your friends and neigh- months You'll love gas — it's clean — it's bors have to say about gas — there is no bettei* . ^ i i •«.» e f fl «,ivt nnti'f o-n thrmiirh testimonial than theirs. Now - before the ; .economical - it s steady! Don t go througlt rush season — contact us or your heating deal- ! / another heating season without gas neat. and we can't gel over how clean it is!" "Tunncy Huenhold Says; "From October 1 until March 25, almost an entire heating season, we heated our lari>'e brick home for $111.92. We're happy over the savings we've, made with gas—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'd leave town if gas was taken away." C'lnrk (Sodden Says: "We've been converted to gas since October, l'95*l. We use it both for heating our'home and cooking. During the past five winter months, (November l!)ol to March, 195;S) out- average gas bill has been 817.78. I'd leave town if gas was taken awav from mo." HOME OF CLARK GODDEN (513 South Harlan Street "... and it's cleaner, too!" Fri-d (ironbach Say.s: "lien.- are figures to tell why were's happy with natural gas lu'.'it. From October 28 until March 2X. our total gas bill for cooking and heating was •>N2. <).">. Thai's considerably less than -SHU) for nearly an entire heating season. And it's far cleaner, toe." HOME OF FKEI) GliONJUCH 1313 East Oak Street "We are well satisfied with natural gas,.." Anton Didriksen Says: "My savings on gas during the last heating season has been about 865. My gas heating bill during the six months from November to May wa* S110.G3: We are well satis- field with gas heat, both in cleanliness and cost." HOME OF ANTON DIDRIKSEN 522 South Jones Street I'm sold on natural gas...!" '"Vic" Frideres Says: "Sure, I'm sold on Natural Gas. My bill for heating the house, water heater and cooking last month was only SlfUO. That's a big savings from our former bill." HOME OF VICTOR FRIDERES (521 East Elm Street, Algona "... it's gtis for us from now on!" Alfred Scjuilt/ Says: "I like gas and here's why. In the month of February alone, we 'SAVED SHJT.ol) from a year ago by heating our garage and oil station with natural gas. The cost for pur home, cooking and heating, was only -$13.60 and since Sept. 22, our entire home bill has been only $59.79. It's gas for us from now on." : HOME OF ALFRED SCHULTZ South Phillips Street Central Public Service Com PHONE 1412 NATURAL GAS APPLIANCES ALGONA '.'* ..-*-. r •-..-*. THAI'S, jj*.

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