The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 33
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(la.) Upper D«i Moinw Thursday, November 3, 1»SS Reunite Family At Burt, First Time II Years Burl — A family gathering was held Sunday at the Clifford Ab- bns home, the first time in 11 years these adult relatives have all been together. Attending were Mr and Mrs Mike Smidt with Terry Joe of Bancroft, South Dakota: Mi- and Mrs Don Kienitz and daughters of Dockery, Mo.: Mr and Mrs Roy O'Dell, son Bruce of Richmond. Mo.: Mr and Mrs Edward Abbas and two small daughters and Melvin Abbas and children of Lone Rock, Gary Abbas of Burt and Mrs Florence Bagby of Algona. Mrs Smidt, Mrs Kienitz and Mrs O'Dell arc daughters of Mrs Bagby. Melvin, Clifford and Edward Abbas arc her sons and Gary is a grandson. Mrs Leona Eisberg and three children of Algona were also guests. Plan Bake Sale The Fidelis Class will hold a Bake Sale Saturday. Nov. 5 in Prntt's Drug Store. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock. Pastor At Conference Rev. E. L. Wittkopp went to Sac City Tuesday where he attended the Northern Pastoral Conference, Iowa District West. Meetings were held in the St. Paul's Lutheran church both Tuesday and Wednesday. At O. E. S. Meeting Mrs Clifford Holding attended the O. E. S. of Iowa Grand Chapter in Sioux City, Sunday thru Friday. Other.* from Burt attending Tuesday to Thursday were Mrs Dean Andrews, Mrs Ray Dremmel, Mrs O. H. Graham, Mrs Al If inckley and Mrs Howard McMullen. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom look Mr and Mrs James Ollom to Eldora Saturday to see the latter's daughter, Mrs Max Smith, who was to undergo surgery in Dos Moines quite soon. Upon their arrival home the Olloms received the word of a son's serious illness in St. Paul, and left for there- early Sunday. Mr and Mrs Glee Bullock with Roger and Charles attended a Bullock Family reunion at the Fai low home in Winlerset Sunday of last week. Mr and Mrs Meyrle Cushman and children of Buffalo Center spent Sunday evening at the Clifford Abbas home. Mi and Mrs Don Kiehitz with daughters Linda and JoLynn of Dockery. Mo., visited at the Clifford Holdings and at the Leonard Daniels homes the weekend. Mr and Mrs John Little of Arnolds Park have been staying at the K. J. Smith home with Mrs Elizabeth Little while the Smiths are visiting relatives. Mrs Elizabeth Little, 93, whose home is in Kingsley is spending some time with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith. Mrs Fred Lavrenz accompanied Mr and Mrs Roland Lavrenz and baby to Mallard where they spent the'day with the Wm. Ottos. Lottie Isenberger spent part of last week with Elsie Baum in Lakota and visited other friends. Rev. Oswell Summers of St. Paul was a caller Thursday evening at the Roy Vanderhoff home. He also visited in Bancroft. Naomi Jimkermeier accompanied her sister Alma Junkermeier of Estherville to Des Moines for a few days recently. Mr and Mrs E. A. Junkermeier were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Braun of Algona to Hubbard on Thursday where they visited Mr and Mrs Henry Schnor- meier and Mrs Henry Brandt. The U. & I. Circle will meet Tuesday. Nov. K with Adella Ol- ses insiead of with Isabell Sabin as planned. The program was in charge of ; Elsie Dugan and Neomi Junkermeier. Gifts for boxes will be sent to three servicemen of this group, Robert Angus, Charles Faulstich and. Merton Steward. The new officers-for the Circle are president, Evelyn Angus; vice president, Adella Ulses; See'y- Trcas., Neomi Junkermeier; Flower committee, Marion Youngwirth and Mary Volentine; Book committee, Shirley Habeger, Magdalene Oilman and Isabell Sabin. Mrs Homer Sabin is a patient in Mercy Hospital, Mason City, following major surgery there on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann, Mrs Merton Steward and Homer Sabin called on Mrs Sabin Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs C. O. Patton with Mr and Mrs Frank Cleary of El Paso, 111., spent some tirno with Esther and Ruth Hodgson recently. H. J. Lacy of Holyokr, Mass., visited his aunt Mrs H. O. Buell recently. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller visited Mrs Gill in Hnvelock Sunday. Mrs Gill is Mrs Miller's grandmother. Mrs Merton Steward spent some time last week with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kohl in SI. Paul. Mrs Kohl, the former Beverly Ditsworth is a class mate of Mrs Steward. Mrs Harry Keith of Algona and £i sister, Mrs Elizabeth Crawford of DCS Moines called on Mrs Lot- tip IscnbcrgiT Saturday of last week. The Friendly Birthday Club met with Mrs Estel Rent/ Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birth- clay anniversary. Last week visitors at the home of Mr William Nelson and Lillian were Mr and Mrs Walter Soderquist and children of Waukegan, 111. Mrs Soderquist is the former Gladys Nelson. Mrs Luther Fairbanks and Mrs II. O. Buell were business visitors in Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs Merla Wallace and Marie Grover of Algona accompanied them Monday. Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith have been visiting their sons and families the past fortnight. They spent sometime with Mr and Mrs Richard Smith in Dixon, 111., and with Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith Jr.. in St. Louis, Mo. The Dick Janssens are moving this weekend to a Patterson farm near Swea City. They have lived since July in the house belonging to Mrs Bertha Slow. Mr and Mrs Milfred Smith visited relatives in Havana, 111., last week and attended the wedding of a nephew. Howard Crum of that place. Mrs Nclle Peters is a patient in St. Ann hospital following a fall at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs Peters, who is past 90 years is expected home soon. Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcolt with Sheila and Kenneth spent Saturday evening with the Dale Lockwoods. Mrs W. B. Officer of West Bend attended the Ficlclis Class party at the home of Mrs J. D. Graham Wednesday afternoon. She is a former member of this group. Other guests were Bertha Stow and Florence Gielenfeldt. YOU'RE INVITED! ANNUAL ALGONA FIREMAN'S BENEFIT DANCE VOTE FOR RLES J. WAGHER FOR Mayor I am doing my besf to get around and try to talk personally wilh the good citizens of our town before Election Day on November B. It is a lot of ground to cover, and in case the lime does run short 1 am printing these few words to ask for your support when you vote, and to ask if you will, to speak a good word for me with the other voters. I want to tell you that if I am elected Mayor of Algona that I intend to put just as much effort and hard work into the job as I have in making a successful business here over the past 30 odd years. I am now in a financial position where I feel I can handle a public office with a free mind. I would work hard for the future of Algona, and as mayor, I would always be open for suggestions and ideas for the betterment of our city. ' I am for having some outside industry locate here 5n Algona, and I believe we should start right away, with a good sound program for getting more industry interested in locating here. I 'am for good homes, and more of them, and I would like to see every working man own his own home. _____ ,„., . . Because of my 34 years in the neighboring farm areas as a tiling and drainage contractor, I know hundreds of farmers, and I would work hard to see that we kept the farmers as good friends for our town. We need the farmer's friendship, and I have always believed in being neighborly. I am also for city improvements, such as we have been having, and I would do all I could to see living conditions in our city get better and better, but I believe we should do all of this in a good business-like way, and watch our taxes carefully. As for the police department, there would be no replacements unless absolutely necessary, and I think Ira Kohl and company are doing a fine job in the fire department, and I would be for keeping it so. I would handle the Mayor's office in the fairest way possible, including the Mayor's court. If I do not get to see you before Election Day, I hope for your support. Thank you very 'much. I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Support and Your Vote Next Tuesday, Nov. (No Solicitation) V.F.W. Hall Algona Saturday. Nov. 12 Rhythm Club Admission $1 Each Your Fire Dept. Will Appreciate Your Ticket Purchase And Attendance g &r.,TUBL'OZL YELLOW , "fastes Even better! /^ ^botf/ ™ ^orfe^fe000 buys Take a look at Pan-0-Gold's new picture wrapper at your grocer's, See how GOOD! Carry a loaf home and you'll agree it's even better than it looks. Smell how GOOD 'n fragrant! Feel how GOOD 'n fresh! Taste how GOOD ' n deliciousl s. Yes, get yourself a GOOD bread buy. Get Pan-0-Gold today! 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