The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 5
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r ^ • '; 6f ;Mrs Herb H|lisle-yj 20, Algona .woman fn- 'MW <$$&*$? .in" : a Wr'ftrajrt cr||h^i|-pler. south' of 'Re'nw.iclc Nov. 23, ^as reported out of'dan- SBt, accprdihg r b" "officials" "at Mfl-cy Inb^pital In ' Fort Dodge, TtffsdayJafte'rrtooh, , .. Mrs' Hgnsley, her. husband, 32 ( 6m- their 4& month old" son, Kpvin, had just begun a Thanks^ giving 4 ^6ekend trip to ^t. LaUis at E *the /tljne -of the near-tragic ; ' : ••" - '•''•'••' . Hehsley auto was traveling > '« the time and hit the .;ar 6f a Northwestern fr||ght tr&in alter skidding' near* ly-'to a stop; " Mi-s Hensley, who Will/ be hospitalised for sonic tiinei received a^ffactured pelvis, bfidken • . arm, crxtshed cheek bqipe,;, lacerations and cuts" and i bruisest'j Mr tte'ftsley, who is re- cup' eratijng 'hefc0 following his release frWrf the hospital Friday, has two Broken ribs, soma cracked ribs and bruises. The baby w'as only., scratched, 'but is still HpspftaliziEd ponding further ob- sefvatibH.at Fort Doo[g6. , . Ernest Gade, 57, Services Monday :Ernest Gade,, 57 t .a former resident of Whittempre and West Bend, was-found dead of a heart attack last Friday in an Emmetsburg yard, where, he had apparently been- taking a short cut between his- hpme arid a service station. ; Mr Gade had been ill the preceding day, Thanksgiving. , . 'Funeral services were held Monday at. 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Emmetsburg. Pallbearers .were Ernest Meyer of Whittemore, Edwin Wichtendahl Jr. of 'Lone Rock, Richard Gade,- Raymond Zinnell and Henry Wichtendahl Jr., all of West Bend, and Victor Faulstich, Emmetsburg. ; : ' ! Mr Ga"de was born at West Bend, Dec. 20, 1897. Aftrr marriage to Alma Wichtendahl Feb. 8, 1922, the family moved to Emmetsburg. ' • Surviving are his wife and six sons and daughters: Mrs Richard Comfort (Hulda),-' Kalamazoo Mich.; Armin, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs Robert Eckert, Mrs Darwin Prochaska, and. Mrs Milp Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell, married Novi 19 ^i 2 :p.m. in Si. Benedict CatKolic Churlh, are shown in' the picture -above. Mrs Mitchell is the former Mary Louise Frpehliph, daughter "of Mr ana Mrs Dan'F/Froehli'ch, St. Benedict, ahd"Mr Mitchell is the son of Mr and Mrs Milfred S. Mitchell, Lone Rock. Father C. A. Ahrnan'| performed the"dbuble'rih'g ceremony"with'150"gU'ests present." The brjde was attired, in a gown of silk with a bouffant waltz length skirt, drooped waist and bolero jacket, which was trimmed w|th seed pearls and sequins. She wore a .white plush hat, with sequins arid rhinestohe and pearl earririgs ( a gift of the' bridegrobm. Maid of honor was Barbara Ann Frpenjich and Kenneth.Flaig served as best man. Ushers were James Bus's and' Henry Kutschara d'nd Sister; Virginia 'Marie, O.S.F., was organist. ,. : ' A reception for 150 guests followed the ceremony at the V. F. W. Hall in Algona.'Mrs Barnes Arend was in charge "of 'the guest book, Mrs Al Rosenmeyer cut the cake, Maxine Johnson apd Anita Simons helped the bride with her gifts and table waitresses were Mrs Kenne,th Mulligan, Mrs Gene Schattschfteider, Jeanrie Capesius and Diane Hoover. "• . ' ,'. \ ' Following a \veddihg trip through .'Wisconsin and ..Minnesota; the couple went to Phpenix, ;; Ariz, where,they will-.mpke their home.' '(Photo by Nels Isaacson) * ''! •. • •'--. "" 'i . '.'Reinders (Alice), all of Mallardo i Brothers and sisters surviving and Donald, attending" college in | ai'e Mrs Hugo .F^ulstich, Whitte- St. Paul. , more; Herman of Fenton; Hugo of fidwin - and ' Werner; tit I SIlfSKftS' •WUiulffi-BeUr 'Wesi: Beiid! ftobeft Bell, Algqna',;,^tW Sell, MfS Wm."- — •"-"*"• marT-—* * atf tioft . Monday, tfa'ri. 9 :at 7I3CJ . cording - tb^lfiif « f &W tor Jr! : <Sjiar|&c6i tM eomrnittejf , ' T wd V hgjir } sfssions each ,Mqpctay night;/ from! vthen until g^ch 12, ;Std«l|bf|^me^ .Ings, are on the slate. . <:',; Tentative courses are;, 5 motion picture photography,, advanced pkbtpgraphy,. iHdtls ; tf lal: ; ajfisf ;.Bg- girinifig and adfvaheed i sewmg, typing,, beginning still photography, shorthand, bookkeeping, ceramics, aeronautics, cH'^jpp, upholstery, public edudStipft, automotive instruction, $$u«* dahciftg.ind French.;' V»^' Per'soii?' 'interested in ehroujjig in thise cpUfSes havfe uhtityBIe. 15 to'"db.sbr A class regisifatibn of ten 'is' necessary ' before ,ihat sjibject is sSt'Uij for study.^?Ek. pt'cpnte"ttt bf iflcH of thj.cpjjrles " "xtefj't frbft tne -persbiS [Damaged,- Tuesday , Twp "carS'were badly danYjigelbl, but bpth'?drivers escaped without seripiis" injitry, in an auto et^Hi in 'downtown AlgonaY Tuesday . . - ; 'A 1050 Buick driveri by Jean Edward Foley ; , of, Crystal. Lake and a 1955 Chevrolet driven by Wayne ;Eyeret,t Ellis .- of, Storvp Lake,' locked Horns at; tlie corner of Gall and • Jones St. abput]4;3p p.m.:' ' ', .'••.-: 'i ''„'.•''. ;,.'";-.. •,-" •' ' ;i. City police charged 'Foley with failure to stop for an arterial sfgn and ' he' 'was later" fined $5 and costs by Mayor B. P. Richardson. -A stop sign was knocked down in the crash, -police said. y : , Graveside Rites, is Baby ;;. Graveside' fTte's for Judith Ann, infant i daughter, of Mr and, Mrs Robert Giddings, 'Ames,' ''.were Held at 4:3P ,p.m. Tuesday at Riyerview, Cemetery • in 'Algona. Rev. M. H. 'Bfower, Presbyterian minister, officiated, enA , arr'ange- mentsi were in charge of "McCuli-. lough's Funeral Chapel. ; }• Judith Ann died. 5 1 A. hours after birth' early Tuesday.' Her father is from Wesley and rriother driginally from Alffona. Mr Qiddmgg, is attending Tpwa Sfate Cdllege. 'Six 'Six persons paid $5 and costs ebch in Mayor B. P.,RichardsPn's court Tuesday and ^Vfidhesday tbr going through school flashers. They included Alfred C. Bruhn, Gylinderj Donald E. Knudsen, Eagle Grove; and John'T. Mci Guire, Jr., Mildred N. Zeigler, Norman A. Gade and Donald R. Maasdam, all of Algona. 25c • KNOX, Unflayorod Gelatine, * pkg. ——... CREAMETTES, «!»• 2 for:.——-,-..-~4™V SURE-JELL 5 for ':__.. CERTO 1)1 aoitle ,. fcIC C and H Cane sugar i^ .$1.09 FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeast in new "Thrifty Three's _. 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