The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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ip ' :• - T ' •• , • ia (In.) Upper be» Molne> thursday, December -I, F6fn Krull A 'Bride Fern Merrie, daughter of Mt , attd, Mrs-F. J. Krull of Hurt was united , in marriage to Richard C, Tiggemann, son of Wm. Tig! gema'fm of. Klemme, la. at the Little' Brown church at Nashua Sunday, Nov. 20, -at 3 p.m. .The: double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Glen Utterback. ,--.<.' -I I •' . . ' The' bride ! was attired in s vrtifte Frehch linen and • gold bribcade street length dress. She wore a. -cbisfige of white mlfms and-ah orchid^; ?. •:: ' Th& ..bride's;* sister, Joan Jean and/her brbther-in-law, David C Bolie, l were attendants. iA > receptidn was held at the Cedar;:;; V&lley Tea Room at Nashuai i Close relatives and friends- of the couple were present. t ',;',, After a shbrf wedding trip the newlyweds •'will be at ihome in Garner. '•••.''. Hosts Oh Thanksgiving •-. A Thanksgiving dinner was held at the Beh,,Wibbert -home - and those attending werei Mr and Mrs HefnSan Willrett, Brift, Richard Willrett and Douglas, Waverly; Mr and'Mrs A. R. Willrett. Algona; Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett:. arid family, Algona; Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor fand family, Algona; Mr and Mrs, Albert' Wibben and farnily, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs John Wibben arid family', Liakota;;' ,Mf: r and . Mrs Louis Price i.-a/tdi familybf Lakota; Mrs RUdyJ Wjllrett and boys) 'Burf Mr'.ahd-'MrsVErnife Haaclc anc Jeiry? Livermore;; •, Mrs'-I Klaus Wibben,: Titqnka; ,Mr s and Mrs Buster • Cburitry'man and -family, Lakota; Mr and Mrs Richard Gross" and girls,' Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Rudy Saliger, -Jr. of Wichita,-Kan.; Mr and Mrs.Rudy Saliger; Sr.'arid Bob, Clear Lake: Mr and. Mrs .Don, Saliger and boys, Clear Lake arid Mrs Henry DeWall, Bancroft.'. Union M-P Club.Met -.The Union Mbther & Daughters club met at the Episcopal church: for. the- November meeting with Clara Drayton and Herlinda- Kirsch as hostesses. President •Verna Schultz presided;'. There were*24 present. : A talk • was given by Agnes Steven,'a poem read by Verna Schultz. and Bernice Shaw, and Alvina Walker gave a prayer. The next meeting will be Dec 8 with Irene Holdren at 2 p.m. Lunch -concluded the November meeting. > ; Plum Creek Party The Plum -Creek Women's Club will hold its-annual Christmas party Wednesday, Dec. 7 at Mrs Sadie Hopkins,: assisted by Florence Calhoun.. There will be an exchange • of gifts supervised by Violet Davis. The box of gifts for orphans, will be in charge , of • Elsie Willrett. Birthday Honors Mrs August Huenhold observed a birthday anniversary. Tuesday and has as guests in the afternoon, Mrs Max Bast, Mrs A. A. Kading, Mrs Will Kowalske and Mrs Anna Nelson. "Pins & Needles" Members of the "Pins and Needles" sewing club will entertain their husbands at s Christmas party Sunday evening, Dec. 4 at the Johnson House Parly Honors Sisters The C. D. of A. members held a party for the local Presentation Sisters, Nov. 22. Starting with a 6:30 o'clock pot luck supper ah evening of entertainment followed. Each sister received several gifts. Portland Parly, Dec. 5 The annual Portland Progress Club Christmas party will be held at the Burl Legion Hall, Monday evening, Dec. 5. A pot luck dinner at 6:30 p.m. will open the evening, after which there will be a short program and entertainment. All club members and husbands are invited to attend. We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights Btoutlful block baj«. Desjc set distinction plus ballpoint convenience... at a price making it the greatest writing value in years! Instant starting ballpoint pen writes 5 times longer than ordinary ballpoints, Perfect for home or office. WILTOEN JEWELERS Birthday Luncheon . . Mrs L. E. Hovey gave a 1:30 o'clock luncheon Saturday irt honor' of the birthday of her daughter 'Beverly. Guests, were Diane Hovey and Janet Kruger Of Lone Rock, Marlene Gade, Adele chins, Herbst, Shirley Kuchenreuther, and Carol Thompson. Katherine Hut- Lowman, Karen Evelyn McKim, License To Wed Only one license to wed has ieen issued 'in the past week at lie office of Alma, Pearson, clerk of the district court, that going Nov. 28 to Philip W. Eyerist of San Diego, and Virginia Lou Scanlan'of Algona. ; Farmers having, sales can, get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Momes, Where farm' sale advertising reaches the largest circulation oi any publication in Kossuth coun< Dee. S, Monday — Henry Rentzel sale, 4 south and 1& west of.Swea City. Selling cattle, farm machinery, etc.' Quinn & Slark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft clerl^. Sale details in UDM today 'Bee. e,:Tviesday->-William Titus7 complete Closing out sale'on farm located 2 .miles, east, H£ miles north and J /4 mile east of Weslej ncluding a full line of machinery and 36 head of Hereford cattle Veiling & Leek are the auctioneers with the First State. Bank of Britt as clerk. Complete de- ails of this sale in today's UDM Dec. 6, Tuesday — Elmer R, lunt, 4% mi S.E. of LuVerne, Selling 22 head of sheep, farm Machinery, etc. Sale "details in UDM today. Andersen & Klevet. auctioneers; Farmer* State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. . Dec. 6, Tuesday—Leonard Williams, 1 west of Armstrong sale barn, 1 north and IVt west. Sale includes 58 head livestock, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. ' Sale details in UDM today. Dec. 8. Thursday — Wm. H. Tjaden, 4 miles west and 4 tiof JNd way jtifte ofefniles els WMtfefrtote* pigs. tlon^rs; gona, clerk,' Jan, 18, Smith, Wesley, f ai;fh/-.dale.f .- latef. .. .' ' ^'.'tffe^'V February, 8 Si LARGE SOLID Ponfiacs 100 LB. BAG NO. DAK. U. S. NO. T 'A' SIZE Red Font's '^ B IDAHO Russets NO. 2 Pontiacs IDEAL FOR SALADS NO. 2Vi CAN Tasty Ripe Fruit Mix 19e STANDBY NO. 2 CAN Crushed Pineapple. 2 for 49c MA BROWN DILL PICKLES ........ pt.ISc CLEARFIELD Cheese Spread ... 2 Ib. box 59c Loin End Pork Roasts ... Ib. 25c Fresh Oysters .......... pt. 69c K. C. Premium Beer 6 fACK 69$ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Friday & Saturday Only East End PHONE 145 , - ,.«,„»,, southeast of AlgonSi; fedmfilite closing out sflle, ' machinery and cattle with about 50 details later. Quinn, auctioneers! Bank, Algona, clerk. ; • .• -•• ^' . ; .V • r>-. : . Every farm sale ad';Whfch dfl|- inates , with fhe • Algb'tta;"Upger Des Moines carries' weather 'Iti» surance. If weather forpes/: post' ponement of your salei Md bills will be' reprlntedKWltri-, north ,6f Lbndbtt. ' Phillip 6fv;WMeyy;, ^^flt'.FrlriRfprl Cr§Fmdiiy -wit$ - Ift ifelgsftywfc >fbMrf«r1#ioi'4PPH8fil!! pdlntl irt'loWa. ; . ;rs,lift^g the ;• idtMt ^-Heieft^ph'mld.t; 6 JiHeV husB|fia: is. lieaneagfjf ol?AI« Funeral; -i'servicea- for. Bernard IirT^WfSt^ 'Behedict, s - w^fe ihere in the Catholic ;church ' . •'-^ .-j,4 out charge with the heW datetse- had bedn at 9:80 a.m. Wednesday. ,'• father C., A. Ahmann (officiated at the rites and burlaf'was in tMe'St. Je'nedict Ceriietery. ' Hamilton Curler al Home . of Algona; was in harge of arrangements. ' Mr Reoker ciie"d Sunday after' noon at/ his farm home east .of St. Benedict of a heart condition. He lected (for the sale. Havel Party, HeidlelbiiyP0 Mr and Mrs Jerry Leafifagn. were host and hostess to .' a ? ;r|!p American Thanksgiving il' last Thursday ,in Heidelbur'g, , Germany. The guest list ed six servicemen fro now stationed overseas. " : ;^'SSy Ronnie Loesch, son of the Rey. and Mrs L. L. Loesch of Algbri^; 'lew to Heidelburg '\ from 1 ;Erig.- and where he is . statibned jUSjt six weeks. Berhard; ;soh ! of -Mr Mrs 'Andrew Recker, was born August 30, 1877 at New Vierina, la. He. came Xo .'KossUthi'Couiify ''and settled a,t St. Benedict in,, 1908 and lived there the rest of his life. • He Was active on his farm until his final illness. • . He married Mary Siemer, Feb. 25, i?08 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church' at Wesley. .Mrs Recker and six children survive. They "re Marie (Mrs Bernard Kiscft), Corwith; Errriina (Mrs. Clarence )., Bancroft; -Joan (Mrs Ed Lickteig), LuVerne; , Lawrence, and Clarence and Alvin, - as do w 'i lMr*PeteiscW •> BO^iifeWtf 'Mi iijiAi- -Jj^j ;"•-->'? • ! 60Vv)iMtf«f Were fhMd' Wednesday at i :307 -f ;m,' ;.-.Mthe:' Mfst .Baptist ' fifciatld .fty the Cemetery, Gftrry Horrie ivas is charge of ' . frbrii aiheart ailrhent , .-'r-X ;, *#' j;#to bdrrj and Ityed .. ' for Arthur 6htJ>eV life' on the '' farrrt " Bancroft, . Following -the: death of his pareints, f he and ,& brpthefc William, took over fnariagferrieht of tfie* fbrrri. Since iWllliam's death,. Afrthur, William's widow nd son! . Orlahdi have been arming qhe' pldce.-> - <: '-- Siifvivdf 3 include . a .brother, valter, Swea ; Cit& and a sister, tfrs .Hsjzel .Nelson, Winriebago, •linn.; several Vtnieees : and, ne- ih'ews. ' ',•'' ' ''. "'•• •''!";. '••; ' '"•'' . "'' , Pallbejarers were Alber^ 'John? son, Ri^ben Olson; 'David Fritz, Maynarid White, Harold Roba and Delbert: Fritz, i.'v,' ••"v , Dies i Wednesday A Mt SchuleiiV first name Un- reporteii, former Emrhetsburg residenft, died -tlate i Wednesday evening in the Curtis Rest Home, Algona', were incomplete at press time, j •, •• --.. ..'• . , _ • drWrt • f rOth i iKi bn bdiiftl Wf gith ing store or fltrh.^Ori lhe ( fql . x qiHef • &tti riiirtf firmi • haw the seSpdhslbiUty of Mi- iris ihat :lh61r;J figlsWallbS^ Boxes get fb the Chamber of \' , Cbnunerce officft' by- 8^ p.m. ' next Monday, and again the following Monday^ « - ' Names earuipt; be ; ' ed until M5May,,D6c, • is a brii . day deal. ' The • sard applies Dec. 12. Winners can "claim their-; turkeys r, at the business place 6, 'or. anv "d. ••Fitms ' will '.:' receive ' caies, ".'whicli •;i'tH(?y/.-. their own • winhets' who hiay., redeem them {or thelcoyeled ;i birds at the designated grocer. No,: purchase, is: necessary to be eligible. ' . iBill Steele, Chdmbet of Commeirce- secretary, said that Santa will again be on the streets, -here -'Saturday afternoon, t .- •'•'.:' '•; ..;,' y, . tflr'e-':beirtg. cbftipleted for , A ;Librte 'Rock dis 3 , .trlctf Cou^t , of HdhoiSvt^vbe held Wedriesday, e veniM fll ji/ 7. ihi the ' . at : 7 :46 '( :' ScouMlIrife • till'.troop's^firi; ; the - dlstrictV'.whicii ; includes Rofeuth-. county/ JWillarticiateiUri the county/ JWillparticiateiUri the operiirig-f'deremonJed:' arid Will be • asSlsteUajyf :rrvernbers of 'the , Al- ' goril; hfgKc School band under the ' jjf,,every/ Boy Scout' *'"jpresented ;ahd'the: He:evening will 1 'be ah •im^rll^v^/Eagle, Scout cere- ftiionyr'*to v be'i'.'cohferr.e'd upon foiip ^: adult' leader. Ics, Robert ^^fn^m^M'ol^p^ post 71;' qaiy''C66k,-rnettib'efc,of troop 71; aHet; vOic'k; Stra'iyef(^neighborhood . ,One" Of: the" Outstanding scout- ersi;bf I6wa, ! the 'honorable Judge 1 WfnViButler, of<-.Mt^on 'City, wili confer the^Chair'gfe; of the Eagles, " * ' *.*"'•',' ' • •- ' .'-I • \. ' ' ' UDM Classifieds ,Pay Divldendi \ It's Sure To Please A Man! , »^^)»i-'w.~'?-r'T^^u'j,^ - - -n--^" •• • •• HI -**! 1 !? '"•it" ' —•*•• —• .-« Man or boy — he's going,'to applaud your selection if it comes to him in a Hub gift boxl For here at the Hub we specialise in the very things men and boys want most ... in the famous brands they so highly respect for top quality. And' added to all that ic the painstaking care we give you here at the Hub in the careful 1 selection of a gift for "HIM!" ,; , »• - - .--: Choose From These Famous Brands At The Hub McGregor Sportswear Van Heuten Shirt*. Superba Netkwear Wembley Cravat* Swank Jewelry Pioneer Beltt Seaforth Toiletriw Wichoeli-Stern Suit* Alpagora Coats Sea Island Sportswear Huber Slippers Ripon loafer Sox Dopp leather Kits SamMnite luggage Tom Sawyer Shirts lee RUter Denims Come to "Turkey Day" In Algona Next Mon- dayl Register your name at Our Store And You May Be a Winner! We're Open Mond.ay Night For Your Shopping Convenience. LEUT WILLIAMS AdcJed to the Plttlnctron of Your Hub Gift Js the §p|f ndor of 0ur Sptcial aiff-Wrapping, Ofterwl For Yoyr Convfnienco »» No Ejttro V f*J*6 'J"( ' i-llv;. «iV i '!•<<•

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