The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 38
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 38

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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(la.) Up|W Pti Motott thuridfy, fi«tember 1, 1955 Bancroft Has Many Visitors Thanksgiving Banefrofl -- Thanksgiving day dinner guests at various homes here were: Mr and Mrs- Palmer Jensen and family with relatives at J^ulhven; Mr nnd Mrs Ed Ford. Henry Eich and Alice Long of DCS Moines at the Arthur Long home: Mr and Mrs C. C. Inrrtan ^and Mr and Mrs John Reding and family at the Ross Inman home. Mr and Mrs Gene Fox. of New Ulm. Minn, spent the weekend at the Wilbur Fox home; Roger Fox Mankato was also here for the weekend. Mrs Mary Schumaker. R. N. of Des Moines and Eugene Schumaker. St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque. spent the weekend at the I. F. Engesser and C. R. McGuire homes: Mrs Mary Lieu- ranee and Delbert with her daughter's at Sioux City, la. Mr and Mrs Bernard McGuirc and family. Titonka, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr, Arliss, Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman family, Kenneth JMcGuire, Mr and Mrs Chas. McGuire and family, William McGwire, St. Paul, all had Thanksgiving dinner together. Attend Brother's Kites Those who attended funeral services .for William Sandt, 64, at Lake Crystal, Wednesday, wove his brothers, Nick Satidt and family, Peter. Sandt, A. J. Rengef and family, Mr, and Mrs Laurence Kemna. Fotmtt Resident Buried BUfial Was irt St. John'* Cemetery,. Tuesday for Edward Schneider,^ former Bancroft resident who passed away at Du- buqiie. Edward was the son of the late Tony Schneider. Mr and Mrs Paul Inman and, Mrs Ross Inman took Mrs C. C Inman to Des Moines, Saturday Mrs C. C. Inman spent Thanksgiving here. Mr and Mrs Arthur Schiltz and family attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mr: William Crosgrovo Sunday. Mrs Schiltz is a daughter. Lyle Torine who is with the navy and who has been at the Great Lakes for eight weeks on his return from overseas, came Sunday for a 30 day furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Torine. Sister Mary Germaine who has been a patient of Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge,, where she underwent major surgery, returned to the Convent here Sunday. Sister Germaine tenches the 8th grade.- Knit Dress Special $10oo OFF ON ANY HAND-LOOMED, FULL-FASHIONED KNIT DRESS IN STOCK GORGEOUS COLORS - SIZES: 12-14-16-18 Just Perfect For Your Holiday Wear Elva & Jessie's "The Shop of Beautiful Fashions" Hubert O'Briens Host A Family Reunion, St. Joe Si, Joe—Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien were Thanksgiving hosts at the O'Brien family reunion. The reunion was heid in huno. of Mr and Mrs Frank, Horan of Albuquerque,- N. M., and Mrs Vic Kurka and sons of Fairfield, In, Those attending Were Mrs Catherine O'Brien, Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien and family. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and faintly all of Whitteiriore; .Mr and Mrs Tim O'Bfich and Ann, Mr and Mrs Leo Kollafich and family. Mr nnd Mrs Joe King all of Algona: Mr and Mrs Dennis O'Brien from Rochester, Minn.; • Mr and Mrs Bill Rponey and family of Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs Loyola O'Brien and family from Buit. Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien were at Mason City, Wednesday, to meet Mr and Mrs Frank Horan, Albuquerque, N. M., who flew in by Braniff Air Lines from Miami, Fla., where Mr Horan had attended a City Attorney Convention. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr and Mrs Wilfred .Kohlhaas and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Math Bormann home near St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Willie Erpulding and family of LuVerne were Friday evening visitors here in the Norbert Friders home. Mr and Mrs Marvlrt filschen and family of St. Benedict were Sunday visitor here in the John Frklers and Norbert Ffiders home. Mr and Mrs Ed Andrelinas of Medicine Lake, Mont, are parents of a daughter Annette Mariene born on Nov. 23. Math Zeimet ol here is maternal grandparent. Mrs Andrelinas was the former Susie Zeimet Friders of here. Mr and Mrs Nick Schneberger of Apache, Okla., and Mr and Mrs Lonnie Simmons and sons George arid Bobbie of Lawton, Okla. left for their homes on .Friday after a week visit here iri the Aivih Erpelding horne.t Mr and Mrs Schneberger are parents ol Mrs Erpelding and Mrs Simmons is a sister. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher conducted forty Hours Devotion services in St. John's Parish in Clarion on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of this .week. Fathei Stahl of Algona read Mass here in St. Joheph's Church on Mon day and Tuesday. HOSPITALS RELAX FOLKS High blood pressure and strong language won't clean out your clogged sewer. Boyer's ROOT DESTROYER will easily remove roots, rags, paper and grease. Costs little — works fast. Get BOYER TODAY. HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ALGONA Longtime Swea Resident Dies At Age Of 85 Swea & Eagle — Andrew Jacob Peterson passed away a his home in Swea City, Tuesdaj evening, Nov. 22, at the age o 85. He suffered a stroke last Oct and has been bedfast since. He was born June 16, 1870, in Sweden, and came to this county as a young man. In March of 1901 he hiarried Alma Johanson. To this union five children were born. Mr and Mrs Peterson farmer in this community over 40 years before retiring to their present home in Swea City. Funeral services were held al 1:30 p.m. at the Immanue] Lutheran church with Rev. A M. Youngquist in charge. Interment was in Harrison cemetery. He is survived by his wife, four sons, Clifford, Minneapolis; Milton, Harold and Lenis, here; and one daughter (Hattie) Mrs L Blair of Guckcen, Minn. WE HAVE THE rors CHILDREN .. SHOP HERE DOLLS/ DOLLS; DOLLS "P*r>onalit!*t" for • v • r y llHl* girl In our wide >•- lection of lovely dollt. Washable Saran "Hair Prttty F/*tfc-f/k* "SfcJn" OTHER TRAINS $p66 to *75°° Steam-type remote control locomotive and 4 cars. Includes transformer and track connector. 35Vi inches long. 26-fncfc Dell $C66 Pretty • at • a • picture DONNA li a doll every lint* girl will love, latex rubber body, woihoble hair, dr*n - up party cloth*i and eonag*. Good Posture FOLDING CHAIR Scote Model MICHIGAN SHOVEL 9095 24x34 Bulletin BLACKBOARD '5 98 Over 60 Games.' GAME BOX Form-fitring tte'el choir 25 inches high. Foldi compoctly for convenient storage. Bright red. Exact replica of Mich. igan ihovel. Heavy welded steel, baked- on enamel finiih. Slate finish hardboard and imooth cork bulletin board with chalk troy. Eaiy to hang. Super liie box packed with funl Game book and selection of garnet for all ag*t. 7 Watt Nlte Lite "HOWDY DQQUY" Somefh/ng-ro-Po BOOK BOX zo 770 looki I I Fun books . . full of action. Include p u i - zlei, drawing and coloring bcoln. 8 Light TREE LIGHTS «9e Value Imported C6, 15 volt lamps to d r * 11 up your tree. American mod* plug and cord. Lovable dog feel lon S . Soft rayon _ *j*£ MM p!u»h e«a» and curly 9 *K ^*V felt *yela»h<». Cool burning bulb for VM oa 110120 volt. Cheery lit* for child's room or bath. ei/ATCO FOR THE SKATES AU ftND TYPES F.HIW •**»«••» BBIT^F V^W '' VELOCIPEDE Sturdy, we" anced 1U inch ing bike for active Youngtteri. 10 inch. Cosvplet* selection m , »'*•>. the entire fomiiy. Easy sleering. strongly fajiil sledi from 36 to 58 inches long. Mr and Mrs Gus Isenberg oi Guckeen, Minn, are parents of ;i daughter born Monday, Nov. 21. at a Fairmont, Minn, hospital. Mrs Isenberg is a daughter (Edith) of Mr and Mrs Emil O'Grcen. Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark and children, and William Barger spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr -and Mrs Frank Waid Charles City. Mrs Clark and Mrs Waid are daughters of Mr Barger. . Mr : and. Mrs Richard O'Green and sons Johnnie and Mark, and Mrs Fern. Peterson visited from Wednesday until Sunday at the &ome of 'Mr- and Mrs Ted Bowan, Peofla; 111. Waunita Guerde{ who Is taking a nurses 'course at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, returned Sunday after a few' days stay at the parental. T^eo. Guerdet home. Art Emmanuel Anderson and his cousins, Lulu Hoglund and Ann t-iinde, were Thanksgiving dinner and overnight guests Thursday .night of Mr and Mrs Mel Anderson, Waterloo. Art and Lulu returned Friday morning. 4 Mr and Mrs Bruce Shafcr of Brookings, S. D. spent Thanksgiving and weekend at the John Jongberg home. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy nnd their children Mark and Beckie visited from Wednesday until Friday at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd McCoy. at Ames. , Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson were called to Bancroft Sunday morning by the sudden death n'f heart trouble of his brother, Art Peterson. Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke are parents of a daughter born Saturday, .Nov. 26, at Estherville hospital. Paxson Honored Charles D. Paxson of Alfiona has been honored by appointment to the National Transportation Committee of the American Lc, it was announced this week. We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights |T ••- — ^ • ir^Bwyrv 17 jewels, self.winding, shock resistant, anli-mjgnetic, c»pan- sljn Uracelel, charm and color »4 natural |»l«. $7500 (also available with black dial) ffiM locMu Fijtrji r« Oilier Lady Buloia .Models at JEWELERS WILTGEN Mdv. 9 — Rev. Alexander English. Algona, medical; Mary A. Stephenson, Algona, medical. Nov. 10 -^ Cynthia E. Barr, Fenton, medical; Emanuel Ostrum, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Carl D. Morck, Algona, boy, 75>/4. ' .' Nov. 11 — Mrs Walter Peril, Fenton, girl 7-3%; Mrs Geralct Brown, Convifh, girl, 7-9; Joseph Zanke, Burt, medical; Barney Casler, Algona, medical. Nov. 12 — Mrs Robert Simons, Whittemore, girl, 5-9; James A. Rich, Algona, boarder; Mrs Harold Elbert, Rodman, girl, 5-7%. Nov. 13 — Mrs Leroy Farrell, Whittemore, medical; Mrs F. H. Becker, Burt, surgery; Mrs Elmer Schneider, Bancroft, boy, 6-9Vfe. Nov. 14 — Mrs Matt Hentges, Algona, medical; Mrs Robert Ringsdorf, Woden, Surgery; Mrs Kenneth Roethler, Algona, girl, 7. Nov. 15 — Mrs August Vaudt, Whittemore, girl, 10-Va; Ginger K. Peril. Fenton, boarder;. Wi'- liam D. Morck, Algona, boarder; Mrs James Gilford, Bancroft, maternity; Mrs Loretta Giffin. Algona, medical; Mrs Augusta Lavrenz. Algona. medical. Nov. 16 — Mrs Robert Kayscr, Bode, maternily. Nov. 16 — Rae Ann Kollasch, Whittemore, medical; Stephen Shell, Algona. medical. Nov. 17 — Mrs Donald Meyer, Algona, boy, 9-4; Mrs Gordon Budding. Bancroft, girl. 8-3^-. Nov. 18—Mrs Rex Voyles, Algona, . girl. 8-4 3 /i;. Mrs Elizabeth Eisele, Whittemore,' medical; E. M. Olson, Wesley, medical. N6V. 19 -?. Linda L. . Grand Meadow, Minn.,, accident. Nd*. 20 *** Verne Robisoft, Dakota City, accident; Marilyn J. Rich, Algona, medical; Bernard Recker, Cprwith, medical; Mrs Francis Smith, Whittemore, maternity; Anthony Cudnik, Algona, medical. . Nov. 21 — Mrs Donald Reimers, Burt, boy, 7-3»fe; Mrs George Fox, Algona, girl, 7-4',i; Mary E. Bormann, Whittemore, T & A; J. H. Harms, Burt, surgery. Nov. 22 ~~ Mrs Mary Behnke, Livermore, accident; Glenn Harms, Algoha, medical; Janet Anderson, West Bend, f & A; Baby Boy Lammers, Algona, medical; Karen Mishak, Algona, sur- We Are Open Beth Friday & Saturday Nightt A Practical (JifI new We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights PERFECT cfi •ONDED DIAMONDS In ENQMIMtNT AN» NIDOINt IIMI Ordinary rlngi •win, III! en tk* finger. OvtMrforni— •vilists •nyb«ll ptlnl ytu'va tvtrsttn. Writes 5 time* longer than ordinary ball points. Indestructible nylon barrels available in black, green, red, grey. Jewelry-finished stainless steel cap. Always a freshly- inked point. Each press of cap button turns ball and bronze seat to a new writing position . .. assures instant starting, even wear. Choice of 4 point*. gery; Mrs Alfred Schipull, Bancroft, medical; Wayne Gaclc, Whiltemore, surgery. Nov. 23 — Michael Heider- scheidt, West Bend, medical; Grant Sample, Algona, medical; Percy E. Atkinson, Algona, medical. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. WITH NEW fireston* NEW TREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN REGULABLE TIRES BUY $ AVE AIMOST 50% OFF NEW WINTER TIRES 15 EXCHANGE IF YOUR OLD TIRE IS RECAPPABIE tXCMANM If YOU! OU> TIM IS RECAPPAJU WILTGEN JEWELERS WILTGEN JEWELERS Prices Subject to Change Without Notic* • Sam* High Quality Tread rial* at Deed in N*w Tirw • Sam* lifetime Guarantee ai on New Fir«iton« Tirei • Sam* Triad Design at New Tiret • Same Tread Depth at New Tire* • Same Tread Width a* New TW« WINDSHIELD ICE AND SNOW SCRAPER Come In And Get One! YOUR FIRESTONE TIRE DEALER SEE IT NOW Algeria's Most Christmas Tree Year alter year, the gorgeous Christrmn tree at the CHRISCIIILLES STORE, brings joy and happiness to hundreds of Kossuth County residents. This year's tree, nursery grown, green and fresh, is more lovely than ever. Illuminated with over 200 lights nnd decorated with hundreds of costly and priceless ornaments, the Christmas tree at the CHRISCHILLES STORE is truly a joy to behold. Bring the children, come yourself -and just relax a few moments and gaze at this inspiring sight. You will not be urged to buy merchandise; you may find complete relaxation in this annual holiday delight. ON DISPLAY . in the Ready-to-Wear Department on the Second Floor The Chrischilles Store

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