The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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(l«,j Upper Dot Mairtds thufsdfty, beeember 8, 19515 P.fe.O. society h*ld a lunch' eon Wednesday at the home of MrS G. W. .Stillman. . ): f ...-.,, N—Q—' Mf ind' MM Lea Scheaek be* came'the parents of a daughter bbfn St. Ann hospital,' They also have a son. Mrs Schenck is. 'the former Shirley Helberg. " ' ^ The local chapter of the D.AiRt Will hold'its Christmas Tea next Tuesday afternoon at the home of- Mrs Fred Geigel. The committee in charge consists of Mrs Geigel, Mrs V. V. Naudain, Mrs M. G. Bourne, Mrs Lynn Keith, and Mrs Mabel Paxson. The social committee consisting of Mrs Bob Williams, Mrs Hugh Ransey, Mrs Delia McCullough, Mrs Ed Wolcott and Mrs Floyd Gard- :JV," • ..." .' ( Th4 ExecuHve' Board of JKe Girl Scouts Will be hostesses Saturday at,.a, sliding .party and Yule Log' hunt f ot Brownies arfd younger Girl Scouts. The event will take; place at the Algona CourttrJ? Club from 1 ttf 3 p.m. The annual family Christmas dinner <of .'the Moose Lodge will be held Sunday in the^ club rooms. A, tufkey dinner will be served at 12:30 followed by a visit from Santa for the children and a gift exchan'ge for the adults. Mis Clair Thomas was host> ess to her bridge club on Thurs(\ay evening. • Mrs K. S. Cowan and Mrs : Stanley Muckey were guests and are now new members of the club. Prizes were received by Mrs Lloyd Pratt and nerJs.glanjiing the program. . -Mrs Tom McGraw. — —L~ w '.;.'-' i— • • •-;• >. -• MaHjane, daughter of tit flfld Mrs Bob Williams, celebrated Her .13th'" Birthday Sunday ; with •«; sliding garty at the Country Club. Supper 'followed at the Williams Jiome, Guests were. Sharon pe> Grqote, Parn Waller, Patty Cow- 'an, 'Siri Norton, Jo Ann Muckey, Deana Lau and Cindy Hardy. — o^XI Xi chapter of Bttta Steiina Phi is having "a Christrnas party Tuesday evening, Dinner at Van's Cafe will be followed , by a gift exchange atLjtlife home of 'Mrs 'Bob Williams. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs Will, Mrs Walter Schildknecht, Mrs Ray Johns'on and Mrs William Bestenlehner. __o— ' Degree of Honor members entertained they- husbands at a Christmas party Monday evening at the Moose hall. A turkey dinner was followed by a gift' exchange at which the secret sisters were revealed. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs Dick Strayer, Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs Ralph Valentine, Mrs Ellen Marshall and Mrs A. B. Chism. •<*&'••' ; 'r'f '* .'.s.. was 'the Jun* eiwle 6i:ih» ___ odist church meets * this even! ((Thursday) at they"••--'—" « 'Deaii. "••"•'*-"'••'" tyr and Mrs in Des Moines last; Week IreMJr, ing overnight and attehdinil performance of Kismet :at tf theater. The kindergarten through grade pupils at Bryant presented a Christmas £--= .-, for their parents in the gym' 'off Wednesday .evening. Room teachers directed the event and MrS, George Sefrit had charge of thl music.' The 4th, 5th and flthi graders are-having their program' tonight, (Thursday). " "• " SWARTZ jAlgona) HARDWARE Gifts for the Home SPtlflAl FOR CHRISTMAS Beaytiful P^fREX Ware Color Bowl Set -formerly $3.50 ^now only $295 HAMILTON BEACH Endi "hit-or-miit" ml»- Ingl New magic beaten and Bowl Control beat i:.'?"""?"r*,^ ew ffi?Stt«iM Mix Timer (optional). }1Q more. TOfl*TMfl*TER POWERMATIC TOAJTER N« w Power Action auto matically low ers bread starts it toait Ing . . . then y raises It —all •by itself. Makes perfect ! ' toast. Bl 6 2-SLICE SUNBEAM automatic electric frying pan Extra big pan grills more food — better! 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Mako home /]»,, f I (ixin 1 HUN. 7" and 1U".{_|° »2.60j So hand)—at ever) jnh ' J Many Other Hand and I'ower Tool.s I'or Xjnas! 7-Light, Multiple / INDOOR TREE LI8HTS Ss 1.29 CANDLE FOOD WARMER 1.00 EHAMEL ROASTER SPECIAL Bicycles Table Sets Graders Doll HujiKk'.s Dolls Tricycles Electric Trains Games Guns & Holsters Hocking Horses Trucks Coasting Wagons lir. & Tool Sets And Other Gifts 38-Inch SLED Reg. ^25 $2.88 VISIT OUR TOY BASEMENT '-PC. SCREW DRIVER SET 89c CALORIE-COUNTING? count on a BORG BATH SCALE the gift thgt kf eps oit giving $7,95 SUNBEAM with the Flavor-Selector . • the Finest, Fastest way to Good Coffee $24.95 -^"^mm^^f f Gift Fpr Outdoor 4/V/n g IITTIE BEQWN JUiS.& CHESTS \m OPINIRS A prq?ticp| gift she'll love 399 doy» a year. "YOIIK IHHA (ill'T STOKE IN ALGONA" ) HARD WARE felftb bf -* \Wlir Ha •pMy at trfe chupchi, "fffee^ill be ' . Rutl cirea 12, at; the ho Stephensd.n.' ,'Mrs will ;bi|' aiftd the r*terJan from ifii to Monday, pec. jffie./df" Mrs Robert Joseph SkoW devotloni 'JMr* MUten^M '-ttfrfl «ptU Wenf- to Ames Mf Aveefe to yfsit Her sister7 MfS'Bdb Selzer who acdomplnied her to Cedar Rabids to visit another sister, MBS Dutch Winegafc. Mrs Will :• also spent some time in Des Moines where visited Mrs John McCliritock, former Loraine Loper of Al- gbna. Ithe ma^nfeSTft of a local, sew- iflg club entertained their mjs- barids at-a'dinner-'at'the Johnson House Sunday everting. Cards fallowed .'with Mrs Herbert Wey- detit receiving .the ladies' high score prize and John Hopkins, the liten's.' The women -of the club' will h av ?' their annual gift ex- "thange next Tuesday: tifternoQn at •the' home of A^rs Mak.Barth- pJoTnewv" •""''"•"' :J .^Members of a, local bridge club entertained their husbands' at a dhristmas party Tuesday 'even- iftg. There was a dinner and" g'ift' exchange at' the; Country Club followed by cards at the home .of:,Mr and Mrs Stanley MUckey. ?)Sigh score prize/ for ladies Was received by,Mrs Orlan i'Qtt with Mrs Geraldi Ferris re- Ceiving ! the low score;", '•Jack Herl^on received the men's high, prize arid Jim Merryman, .the low. : , Strangulation TQ -'^Whillemore— Michael- Joseph Mienke, infant son of Mr and Mrs Francis' Mienke of .Des Moines, died of. .strangulation, Nov. 31. He was born May 15, 1054, in Algona. .He' is survived b'y his parents, two sisters", Rosemary and Ruth Ann and. two. brothers, Daniel and Patrick. -t.< Angel Mass Was held at St. Michael's Catholic Church'.at 11 a;tn. Saturday, forsnoon,. and burial was at the Si'. Michael's ceipetery. The: Rev. William Veit officiating at the Mass and gravesite. Mrs. Mienke is the former Delqres VolH, daughter df John Volk of here. . . . ifed 16 ftp r , _ T , cause, if any they have, WRy^lnstfUrhent shoiyd hot b6 probated and allowed'.flS arid for .the'' last Will and Testament of said, deceased; j ,--• Dated at Algoha, Iowa, Dec6m 'bar '' '' '" McMIhoH i&* Cissel, Attorneys ' Algona, Iowa . . (Published Dec. 8, 1955, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Notice Of Probate Of Will ST/LTE OF IOWA Kossiith County ss. UKTBICTIGQURT 7&:November«Term, 1955 ® ALL WHOM IT'IMAY CON'iCERN: •*'•' -".-:'. 'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 'lED, That an .instrument of isriting purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Bernhard itecker, Deceased, dated March Notlee'Of'Problrte^Of Will STATE'OPv : ioWA f Kbs'suth County ss. In DlSTRiGH COURT No. 7009 November Term, 1955 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON CERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI FIEX>, That ah' instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of'Amia'M. Leason, Deceased, dated May 28, 1952, haying beenlthis day filed, opened and read, Monday the 19th day of December, 1955. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House- in Algona/ Iowa, before the .District Court of said "County,^ or the Clerk 6t saiid Court; 'and at ten o'clock. A.M:, of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified.'and required to ap; pear, .and sho.W cause,' if'any they have, why'instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said 'deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December.?, 1955 Alma Pearson , Clerk of the District Court. McMahon ,& Cassel, Attorneys ' Algona, Iowa . . . (Published Dec. 8, 1955, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) ^Notice'Of"Probate, Of Will STATE ; OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. In DISTRICT COURT No. 7008 . November Term, 1955 TO, ALL WHOM If MAY CONCERN: • ' YOU." ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That .an instrument of writing, purporting t'o be'the last Will and Testament of Augusta Tiede, Deceased,- dated September 18, 1953, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the-19th day of December, 1955, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or' the Clerk of said Court;-and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persoris interested are hereby notified and required to ap- pe"ar, and s,how cause, if any they have, why'instrument should not be prqbated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said' d&eased. - Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 7, 1955 Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Attorneys, Algona, Iowa. (Published Dec'. 8, 1955, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) mw m& GIVE.., solid solid comfort DANIEL GREEN ' 9 Slippers "DORMIE" ' ' ^§t FjjHlfg Sciiff lsn\.\\er with Cloned. gp t Seen. and * ! 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