The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 42
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(la.) Upp»r Pet MoifleS Thursday, December 1, 1955 •*7 Kfull A Brid« Fern Merrie, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. J. Krull of Burl was united in marriage to Richard C. Tiggemnnn. son of Wm. Tig- gemahn 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. The bride was attired in a white French linen and gbld brocade street length dress. She wore, a cofsage of white mumf and an orchid. • The bride's sister, Joan Jean and her brother-in-law. David C Bolie. were attendants. A .reception was held at the Cedar Valley Tea Room at Nashua. Close relatives and friends of the couple were present. After a short wedding trip the newlyweds will be at home in Garner. Hosts On Thanksgiving A Thanksgiving dinner was held at the Ben Wibben home and those attending were: Mr and Mrs Herman Willrett, Briit, Richard Willrett and Douglas. Waverly; Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett. Algona; Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett and family, Algona; Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and family, Algona; Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben and family, Bancroft;-Mr and Mrs John Wibben and family, Lakota; Mr and Mrs Louis Price and family of Lakota; Mrs Rudy Willrett and boys, Bur/: Mr and Mrs Ernie Haack and Jerry, Livennore; Mrs Klaus Wibben. Titonka; Mr and Mrs Buster Countryman 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. and Bob, Clear Lake; Mr and Mrs Don Saliger and boys, Clear Lake and Mrs Henrv DeWall, Bancroft. Union M-D Club Met The Union Mother & 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 8t Needles" Members of the "Pins and Needles" sewing club will entertain their husbands at i< Christmas party Sunday evening, Dec. 4 at the Johnson House We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights Desk jet distinction plus ballpoint convenience... at § price making it the greatest writing value in years! Instant starting ballpoint pen writes 5 times longer than ordinary ballpoints. Perfect for borne or office. WILTGEN JEWELERS Party 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 art evening of entertainment followed. Each sister received several gifts. Portland Parly, Dec. 5 The annual Portland Progress Club Christmas party wi.ll 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. Birthday Luncheon Mrs L. E. Hovey gave a 1:30 o'clock luncheon Saturday in honor of the birthday of her daughter Beverly. Guests worn Diane Hovey and Janet Kruger of Lone Rock. Marlene Gade, Adele Herbst, Katherine Hutchins, Shirley Lowman, Karen Kuchenreuthcr, Evelyn McKim. and Carol Thompson. License To Wed Only one license to wed has been issued in the past week at the office of Alma Pearson, clork of the district court, that going Nov. 28 to Philip W. Eyerist of San Diego, and Virginia Lou Scanlan .of -Algona. Algona Upper Dei Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR' Farmers having sales can get their dales listed here by contacting the 'Upper Des Moines. where farm salo advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossulh county. Dec. 5, Monday — Henry Rent/el sale, 4 south and 1 1 -> west of Swea City. Selling cattle, farm machinery, etc. Quinn &. Clark, auctioneers; Farmers &, Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Dec. 6, Tuesday—William Titus. complete closing out sale on farm located 2 miles east, 1 Mi miles north and '<i mile east of Weslej including a full line of machinery and 36 head of Hereford cattle Reiling & Leek are the auctioneers with the First State Bank of Bvitt as clerk. Complete details of this sale in' today's UDM. Dec. 6, Tuesday — Elmer R. Hunt, 4''2 mi S.E. of LuVcrnc. Selling 22 head of sheep, farm machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. Dec. 6, Tuesday—Leonard Williams, 1 west of Armstrong, sale bain, 1 north and l''i west. Sale- includes 58 head livestock, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Salt; details in UDM today. Dec. 8, Thursday — Win. H. Tjaden, 4 miles west and 4 LARGE SOLID Pontiacs 100 LB BAG NO. DAK. U. S. NO. 1 'A' SIZE Red Pont's IDAHO Russets NO. 2 Pontiacs IDEAL FOR SALADS NO. 2>/ z CAN Tasty Ripe Fruit Mix ______ 19c STANDBY NO. 2 CAN Crushed Pineapple. I for 49c MA BROWN DILL PICKLES pt. 15c CLEARFIELD Cheese Spread ... 2 Ib. box 59c Loin End Pork Roasts ... Ib. 25c Fresh Oysters pt, 69c K. C. Premium Beer 6 PACK 69$ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES * Friday & Saturday Only Grocery PHONE 145 south af Algona highway junction 169 and 18, or 4 miles' east and 3 miles south of Wliittemore. Yungeberg and Quinrf, auctioneers. Details in UDM today. Dec. 20, Tuesday—B. W. Nelson farm sale, 6 north, 1 west, % north of Swea City, Fischer &" Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, clerk. Sale detailt later. Jan. 9, Monday—Elmer Ffeidel sale, from jet. 169-18 two west and 3'/a south. General farm sale, machinery, 90 head fall pigs. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full details later. Jan. 18, Wednesday—Lawrence Smith, Wesley, farm sale. Details later. February 8 & 9—Corwin Peer, southeast of Algofta, complete closing out sale, including Int. machinery and heixl of dairy cattle with about SO cows. Sale details later. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; iowa State Bank. Algona, clerk. Every farm sale ad which originates with The Algona Upper Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted without charge with the new date selected for the sale. norlh of London. Phillip Sluder of Wesley, now at Frankfort, Germany was thei'e as was a Nelson boy formerly of Titonka. The other guests were fr<fcrri other- points in Iowa. Mrs Leaneagh is the former Helen Schmidt of Lone Rock and her husband is the son of Del Leaneagh of Algona. Details of the get-together have not yet been received by the home folks here, but it can be imagined that.. the reunion was a high item oh the Thankful List. Have Thanksgiving Party, Heidelburg Mr and Mrs Jerry Leaneagh were host and hostess to a real American Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday in Heidelburg,' Germany. The guest list included six servicemen from Iowa now stationed overseas. Ronnie Loesch, son of the Rev. and Mrs L. L. Loesch of Algona, flew to Heidelburg from England where he is stationed just Bernard Recker Services Held Funeral services for Bernard Recker, 78, St. Benedict, were held there in the Catholic church at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Father C. A. Ahmann officiated at the rites and burial was in the St. Benedict - Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Mr Recker died Sunday afternoon at his farm horrte east of St. Benedict of a heart condition. He had been ill for six weeks. Bernard, son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Recker, was born August 30. 1877 at New Vienna, la. He came Xo Kossuth Countly .*md settled at St. Benedict in 1908 and lived there, the rest of his life. He was active on his farm until Ills final illness. He married Mary Siemer, Feb. 25, 1908 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wesley. Mrs Reciter and six children survive. They •M-e Marie (Mrs Bernard Kisch), Corwith; Ermina (Mrs Clarence ••••U-..--I. Bancroft; Joan (Mrs Ed Lickteig), LuVerne; Lawrence, Kjma; and Clarence and Alvin, Corwith. Eleven brothers and sisters also survive, as do 16 grandchildren. Pallbearers were Bernard Brun- I'ng, Wilbur Daley, Herb and Mike Arndorfer, Louis Ferstl and John Pretischl. 60-Year Resident Of Bancroft Dies BancfSfi*-iFuneral services for, Arthur Peterson, 60, lifelong resident, were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Ctyurch. Rev. August Post officiated and burial was in the* Harris Township Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge ot arrangements. :Mr Peterson died Sunday interning at his farm home. He had suffered from a heart ailment foir some time. Arthur was born and lived his entire life on the farm near Bancroft. Following the death otf his parents, he and a brother, William, took over management «f the farm. Since William's death, Arthur, William's widow amd son, Orland, have been Harming the place. , Survivors include a brother, Walter, Swea City, and a sister. Mrs Hazel Nelson, Winnebago, l^linn.. several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Albert John- sfjn. Ruben Olson. David Fritz, Jitaynard White, Harold Roba and Oelbert Fritz. To Give 57 Free Turkeys To Shoppers On Monday Dies Wednesday A Mr Schuler, first name un- rt'ported, former Emmetsburg resident, died late Wednesday evening in the Curtis Rest Home, Algona, were incomplete at press ti|me. Fifty-seven turkeys will go to the "lucky someones" next Monday evening, at 9 p.m. iii front of the Iowa State Blank, as a patt of Algona business firms Christ* mas good-will effort. All that anyone has to do to be in the running for one of the free turkeys is to register in any cooperating store. Names of winners will be drawn from the registration boxes for each cooperating store or firm. On the following Monday, Dec. 12, another 57 turkeys will be given away in a similar manner. Cooperating firms will have the responsibility of seeing that their registration boxes get to the Chamber of Commerce office by 8 p.m. next Monday, and again the following Monday. Names cannot be registered until Monday, Dec. 5. This is a one day deal. The same applies Dec. 12. Winners can claim their turkeys al the business place Tuesday, Dec. 6. or any day afterward. Firms will receive certificates, which they give to their own winners who may- redeem them for the coveted birds at the designated grocer. No purchase is necessary to be eligible. Bill Steele, Chamber of Commerce secretary, said that Santa will again be on the streets here Saturday afternoon. Local stores will be open Monday, Friday and Saturday evenings, starting Dec. S through to the week before Christmas, when plans are to remain open all evenings Dec. 19-23. Scout Court Of Honor, Dec. 7 Final arrangements are being completed for a Lone Rock district Court of Honor to be, held Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, in the Algona high school at 7:45 p.m. Scouts from all troops in the district, which includes Kossuth county, will participate in the opening' ceremonies and will bo assisted by members of the Algona high .school band under the direction of R. C. Guster. Badges of every Boy Scout rank will be presented and {he highlight of the evening will 'bo an impressive Eagle Scout ceremony to be conferred upon four local bo'ys and one adult leader. They are Larry Wicks, Robert Hardy, and Glen (Butch) Strayer, members of explorer post 71; Gary Cook, member of troop 71; nnd Dick Strayer, neighborhood commissioner. One of the outstanding scout- ers of Iowa, the honorable Judge Wm. Butler, of Mason City, will confer the Charge of the Eagles. UDM Classifieds Par Dividend! It's Sure To Please A Man! ' ''.JTJ_H"iT^J.^.^~'' w '^^ r ' i ''lF™**^ 1 ''*^^ Man or boy — he's going to applaud your selection if it comes to him in a Hub gift box! For here at the Hub we specialize in the very things men and boys want most ... in the famous brands they so highly respect for lop quality. And added to all that is the painstaking care we give you here at the Hub in the careful selection of a gift for "HIM!" Choose From These Famous Brands At The Hub McGregor Sportswear Van Heusen Shirts Superfep Neckwear • Wembley Cravats ' Swank Jewelry Pioneer Belts Seaforth Toiletries MichaeU-Stern Suits ' Alpagora Coats Sea Island .Sportswear Huber Slippers Ripon loafer Sox Dopp Leather Kits Samsonite Luggage Tom Sawyer Shirts Lee Rider Denims Come to "Turkey Day" in Algona Next Monday! Register your name at Our Store And Ycu May Be a Winner! We're Open Monday Night For Your Shopping Convenience. LEUT AUGONA.IOWA Added to the Distinction of Your Hub Gift is tht Splendor of Our Special Gift-Wrapping, Offered For Your Convenience And at No Extra Charge

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