The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 39
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Out Of Danger After Injuries, Car Hit Train "Tho condition .of Mrs Herb Hehslcy, 20, Algona woman injured seNously in a car-train crash a mile south of Rehwick Nov. 23, was reported out of danger, according to officials at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Hensley. her husband, 32 .;md their 4" 2 month old son. Kcym, had just begun a Thanksgiving weekend trip to St. Louis at the time of the near-tragic mishap. The Hensley auto was traveling .south at the time and hit the .second car of a Northwestern freight train after skidding nearly to a stop. Mrs Hensley. who will be hospitalized for some time, received a fractured pelvis. broken arm. crushed cheekbone, lacerations and cuts and bruises. Mr Hensley, who is recuperating here following his release from the hospital Friday. has'two broken ribs, some cracked ribs and bruises. The baby was only scratched, but is still hospitali'/.cd pending further observation at Fort Dodge. Froehlich-Mitchell Nuptials At St. Benedict On Nov. 19 Ernest Gade, 57, Services Monday Ernest Gade, 57, a former rcsi- rierit of Whittemore and West Bend, was found der r l of a heart rttU-ck last Friday in an Eminets- whero he had appar- taking a short cut be- home burs yard, ently been twcrn l:is Station. Mr Gride ceding day, Funeral Monday at and a service pre- had been ill the Thanksgiving. services were held - p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Emmetsburg. Pallbearers were Ernest Meyer of Whittemore. Edwin Wirhu-n- dah! Jr. of Lone Rock. Richard Gaclc. Ffayniond Zinnell an i Henry Wichtendahl Jr., all of West Bend, and Victor Faulstich, Eir.metsburg. Mr Carlo was born at West Bend. Dec. 20, 1897. Aftrr marriage to Alma Wichtcnduhl Feb. 8, 1922. the family moved to Emmetsburg. Surviving arc his wife sons.and daughters: Mrs Comfort (HuUia), Algonfl; Edwin and WertiM of West Bend; and Mrs Emil Bierstedt,. Peftloh. Half-brothefs and sisters are William Bell, West Bend; Robert Bell, Algona; Otto Bell, Mrs Wm. Roeber, Mrs Herman Meyer njnd Mrs William Meyer, all of Whittemore. 16 Night School Classes To Open Algeria's evsening adult education courses' will get underway, Monday, Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m., according to Claire Rowe, instructor in charge of the planning committee. Two hour sessions each Monday night from then until March 12, a total of 10 meetings, arc on the slate. Tentative courses are: motion picture photography, advanced photography, industrial arts, beginning and advanced sewing, typing, beginning still photography, shorthand, bookkeeping, ceramics, aeronautics, cheds. upholstery, public education, automotive instruction, square dancing and French. Persons interested in enrolling in these courses have until Dec. 15 to do so. A class registration of ten is necessary be'fore ' that subject is set up for study. Exact content of each of the courses will stem to some extent from the wishes of the persons enrolled. Her father is from Wesley and mother originally from Algona. Mr Oiddings is attending Iowa State College. Six Are Fined Six persons paid $5 and costs each in Mayor B. P. Richardson's court Tuesday and Wednesday for going through school flashers. They included Alfred C. Bruhn, Cylinder; Donald E. Knudsen, Eagle Grove: and John T. McGuire, Jr., Mildred N. Zeigler, Norman A. Gade and Donald R. Maasdam, .all of Algona. AOVKtIJtB IN THIS MONtMt Mich.: rmin. attle, Wash.: and :-ix Richard Mrs Robert Eckcrt. Mrs Darwin Prochnska. and Mrs Milo Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell, married Nov. 19'at 2 p.m. in St. Benedict Catholic Church, are shown in the picture above. Mrs Mitchell is the former Mary Louise Froehlich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan F. Froehlich. St. Benedict, and Mr Mitchell is the son of Mr and Mrs Mi If red S. Mitchell, Lone Rock. Father C. A. Ahman-f pel formed the double ring ceremony with 150 guests present. The bride was attired in a gown of silk with a bouffant waltz length skirt, drooped waist and bolero jacket, which was trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. She wore a while plush hat with sequins and ihinestone and pearl earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. Maid of honor was Barbara Ann Froehlich and Kenneth Flaig served as best man. Ushers were James Buss and Henry Kutschara •and 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 James Arend was in charge of" the guest book, Mrs Al Rosenmeyer cut the cake. Maxine Johnson and Anita Simons helped the bride with her gifts and table waitresses were Mrs Kenneth Mulligan, Mrs Gene Schattschncider, Jeanne Capesius and Diane Hoover. Following a wedding tiip through Wisconsin and Minnesota, the couple went to Phoenix, Ariz, where they will make their home. 'Photo by Nels Isaacson) Rcinders (Alice), all of Mallard, i Brothers and sisters surviving and Donald, iattendmg college in j are Mrs Hugo Faulstich. Whitte- St. Paul. more; Herman of Fenton; Hugo of 2 Cars Badly Damaged, Tuesday Two cars were badly damaged, but both drivers escaped without serious injury, in an auto crash in downtown ,Algona. Tuesday afternoon. • A 1950 Buick driven by Jean Edward Folcy of Crystal Lake and a 1955 Chevrolet" driven by Wayne Everett Ellis of Storm Lake, locked horns at the corner of Call and Jones St. about 4:30 p.m. City police charged Foley with failure to stop for an arterial sign and he was later fined $5 and cosls by Mayor B. P. Richardson. A stop sign was knocked j down in the crash, police said. 1 Graveside Rites, , Giddings Baby Graveside rites for Judith Ann infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings. Ames, were held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Riverview Cemetery in Algona. Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian minister, officiated, and arrangements were in charge of McCullough's Funeral Chapel. j Judith Ann died 5 ! 2 hours after j birth early Tuesday. | KNOX, Unfavored Gelatine, <IE A pkg --------------- ZOC CREAMETTES, 2 for Open Extension Clan The first session of the Iowa State Teachers College extension course in "Reading and Language Thursday, December 1, 19SS Algeria (la.) Upper OBI Mainei-S Arts II" will begin at 7 p.m. Monday. December 5, in the Ai- gona high school building. Ins- SURE.JELL 2 for ERTO «ft_ C«fC 27c 27c -?**; '< * C and H Cane sugar bag ..' $L09 FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeast in new "Thrifty I M- Three's 11C KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. LT. tan NESTLE Cookie Oft« Mix, Pkg. MifC NESTLE'S Choc. Morsels, pkg HORMEL «0 Chile Con Carne.._ &9C 6PAM 39C BALL Dome Lids, OA. 2 pkgs. A9C HI-LEX Bleach RAY'S MARKET MiMWMMW^ tructcir for the class is Dr. Nellie B. Hampton, associate professor of education at the Teachers College. 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