The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
Page 39
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Virginia Scanlan Bride Ot Navy Pilot Here Dec. 3rd Horsley is a hotel operator at LeMars. He claims the two men owe him $309.54 for room and board, and asks judgment accordingly. Titonka Girls Down Ledyard Tuesday, 73-55 The TilonUa girls picked ofl their fifth win in six starts, Tuesday night at Ledyard, downing Ledyard, 73-55. Ledyard was on top, 14-11, at the end of the first period, but the Indian girls roared back and took a 31-21 lead by halftime. Titonka added to the bulge in the last half to win handily. Geraldine Ullman netted 33 points and Trudy Bess 19 for the winners, while Deloris Goetz totaled 30 for Ledyard. The defensive play of Dawn Beenkcn for the Indians was oustanding. , Virginia Scanlan, who became the bride of Lt. (jg) Philip W. Everist. in a ceremony performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr." P. P. Gearen, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church', Saturday, Dec. 3. is pictured above us she and the bridegroom cut their wedding cake following the ritual.- The bride us a daughter, of Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan of Algeria. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Walter Everist of Galesburg, 111. After their wedding trip the couple will live at El Ccntro, Cal. where Lt. Everist, a pilot, is stationed. He is a graduate of Notre Dame University, and the bride attended St. Mary's of Notre Dame and graduated from Iowa State College. She is a member ot Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. A reception was held at the Johnson House following the 10 a.m. ceremony for some 200 guests. Bridesmaids were Mrs J. R. Rasley of Des Moines, and Mrs R. J. Halpin of Muscatine, sister? of the bride. The bridegroom was attended by Sam Rinella o( Quincy, 111. "(Photo by Ncls Isaason) Algona Airport Log Nov. 26—M. C. Johnson. Humboldt. Piper J-3. Nov. 30—Cassaday Refrigeration, Des Moines, Bonanza. Dec. 5—Aeronca Chief arrived from Minneapolis. Dec. 6 — Cessna 180 flew-in from Des Moines. Dec. 7 — A student in Super Cub arrived from Fairmont. Anna M. Leascn Rites Monday Last rites for Anna M. L"ason. 89, resident of this area for almost three-quarters of a century, were held Monday at. 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian minister, officiated, and burial followed at Burt. Mrs Leason died Saturday, following an illness of two years, at her home ir> Algona. She was born Sept. 14, 1866 in Denmark and settled here when 19 years old. Survivors include three daughters and two sons. They are Helda (Mrs C. M. Gross).'Burl; Mabel and Dora (Mrs Paul Dremmel). Algona; Arthur. Burt: and Robert. Algona. Robert, her husband, who died in 1937. two daughters and two sons preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Roy and Robert Sarchet, Milton and Harvey Marlow. Howard Salisbury and Harold Hobbs. DP] Lraneagh and Mervin Hentges, all of Algona; Raymond K. Fleming, Des Moines; Nina Sanderson. Webb; Ned W. Carman, Rochester, Minn.; Glaus J. Tjarks, Wesley; Ralph F. Fischer, Kenneth P. Price and Eppo Gremmer, Jr., Britt; Frederick M. Marks, Corwith;. Walter Peter,, Ledyard; James B. Harbachek, Moorland, Roger J. Sinnwell and Rosa Stattelman, Bode; Duano R. Hanna, Titonka; Oscar H. Wagner, Mason City: and t)scar J. Berven, ArniKtiong. Storm Knocks Out Lines, Wesley Wesley — Due to inclement weather Saturday which included rain, thunder, lightning, snow, strong winds and the receding temperature, many telephone and electric lines were disrupted. Many folks who depend on electricity for light, neat and power were very uncomfortable, in some instances this condition lasteri several days. J. P. Fines Five Five men paid fines in C. H. Ostwinkle's court Justice during the past two day?.. They were Andrew . Kramer, Grand" Meadow, Minn., overwidth truck. $5 and costs; Wendell M. Giles, Emmetsburg, faulty equipment, $10 and costs; irvin E. Ethcrington, Algona faulty equipment, $5 and costs; FJ. R. Mawdsley, Algona, restricted license, $10 'and costs: and Clyde Shottenkirk. ,Swea City, faulty equipnicnt, $5 and costs. " ; • Has Phone Call From U S Carrier P. B. Waller, editor of the Upper Des Moine?, had a long cm- tance m.iiinc phone call Tuesday evening from his brother, LI. Col. Marvin Waller, somewhere at sea off the const of Southern California on the USS Oriskany, an aircraft carrier. T!K call was handled from the ship by a marine operator. One- way conversation at a time wa^ possible, with the marine operator handling th<>, switchover from one person to the other. Coi. Waller is on the Cii.-kany in connection with maneuver-; ol the Western Air Defense command. Wish To Donate Eye After Death ? As p;ii-1 of its aifl-to-the-blincl iTigram, th'; A!t;ona Lions Club ha.-; been requested by the Iow\i Lion.i Eye Bank lo assist in sc- curieg pledges in this area from Thursday, December 6, 1955 Afgona (la.) Upper Des Mdines-S those desiring to donate their arr> removed quickly after death oves after doath for covnen! i Full details on how to become 1 a 'non-seeing per- transplant so son m;iy .see. The operation of "eyo transplant" is done effectively by University Hospitals doctors at Iowa City, and in cases where the eyes a donor will be given to nil those interestcrv, and may be secured by writing a letter or postcard for the information to Wm. Reinders. Algona Lions Club secretary, Algona. ii&a>$-e*<rt^e^«!$!re^3r<*g^ if Gifts Sure To Please COME IN AND CHECK YOUR Lucky Number Sprains Back, Is Hospitalized Phil Diamond.,.manager, of thc- Dlamnrto"'*Surplus Store in Al- pona. was released from St. Ann* hospital Saturday. He suffered a severe strained back while at work last Thursday and was hospitalized for two days. Phil is working on a part- time basis until his recovery is complete. Divorce Granted; New Case Filed Donna R. Lloyd. Ledyard, was granted a divorce from Arden A. Lloyd, by Judge Harry Nart-y, in Kossuth district court this week. The plaintiff was also granted custody of three minor children. and a property settlement was agreed upon. A new divorce action wa.- ;.l>o filed, that of Donald G. Daniel, Algona, against Carol A. Daniel. The plaintiff charges cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple were married March 15. 195-}. at Manly. One other new case was also filed. Clarence Horsley is plaintiff with Jo.-eph Walters and M. D. Schowbc-ch. doing business as Allied Craftsmen. ecclesiastical arlists. as defendants. Licenses To Wed To 3 Couples Three licenses to wed have been issued in the past week at the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court. They went to the following couples: Dec. 2 — Douglas K. Mechler. j Titonka. and Eunice E. Dontjo I Ledyard: Wayne Sundstrom. j Mora. Minn., and Delia Johnston. I Oglive, Minn. Dec. 3 — Charles Schultz. Whittemore, and Shirley Baker. Algona. FOR VALUABLE MERCHANDISE if Your Number is posted in our store ! Check lo See if the RED NUMBER ON THE BACK of your SALE CATALOG is among them. Many valuable merchandise prizes given FREE lo ihe holders of Ihe Lucky Numbers! Save Your Circulars ! New Numbers Posted Weekly ! Quilted rayon satin bed jackets and nylon tricot. Full-fashioned ma/.el orlon, cardigans and slipovers. Also lambs- wool and fur blends. Beautiful nylon, da- cron and cotton full slips and half slips, and all lace-trimmed. Velvet and satin jeweled collars. Also Cotton and suede. Gorge-pus dacron. satin, no-iron cotton and jersey blouses. Lovely S w i s s and artiii designed hankies. Waltz length gowns a n d robes. Floor length gowns and robes. Beautiful, colors in a host of styles and fabrics. 21 Fined, School Flasher Cases Twenty-one school f 1 a s h e r violators paid S5 fines j-.rd $4 costs each in Mayor B. P. Richardson's court Tuesday and Wednesday. They included Leo J. Heincn, Victor G. Frideres, Kenneth J. Thilges. Annabel!*? E. Courtney. .OCALL^ OWNED' TO STORES, NATIONALLY ORGANIZED E/va & Jessie's f "The Shop of Beautiful Fashions" Let's Eat Up the "Pork Surplus" & Save You* Meat Budget At Hormel's All-Meat Regular Reg. 59c Value i wieners"'3 9c Fresh Pork Liver «• LOIN END LB. PORK ROASTS...29c WHOLE OR HALF ((Cut ft Wrapped) LB. PORK LOINS 39c FANCY, LEAN, CENTER CUT LB., PORK CHOPS....flc FRESH TRIMMED 3 IBS. PORK CUTLETS... $1 MORTON HOUSE Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Apple, Cherry Frozen Pies 5 for $1 JACK SPRAT Colored Oleo 5 Ibs. SI Spearmint, Doublemint, Juicy Fruit, box WRIGLEYS GUM .65c O'Henry or box HERSHEY BARS. 89c Large each HERSHEY BARS. We Choree Lamb Roasts- 29 C HQRMEL'i LB. All-Meat Minced ..Jk LEAN MEATY IB. BEEF ROASTS ....29c CHOICE LB. LAMB CHOPS.... 49c LAKE VALLEY CHEESE.. I Ib. box 59c MORBiU'S HEIFEtETTES (Cut ft Wrapped For Locker) LB. LB. BEEF QUARTERS Fronts 26c Hinds Be Order Your Holiday Poultry Early HOME-PRESSED DUCKS -. GEESE - TURKIYS CAPONS - ROASTING CHICKENS ANOTHER 100 IBS. AGED CHEDDAR CHEESE Fresh Oysters - Ludefisk Dinty Moore Lg. I 1 : Ib. can BEEF STEW. 39c Jock Sprat Pure Veg. 3 Ib. tin SHORT'NING... J9c Giant Pkg. PINK DREFT.... 59c Reg. Pkg. 2 for PINK DREFT.... 49c Sweetheart SOAP .....4 bars 25c Colorado (in heavy syrup) 2'2 can Elberta Peaches J9c Glacier Club '2 gal. ICE CREAM..... 69c Extra Large Doz. TANGERINES- 39c GRAPEFRUIT ....3k Florida 96 size 10 for ' U. S. NO. 1 WASHINGTON 40 Ib. box FRESH JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE i-/x ^at i 2 for Honey Boy 39C Charmin Toilet TISSUE Fancy Bulk DATE: Rolls 29? GUARANTEED CERTAINTY PRINT BAG 50 Ib. Bag

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