The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 6
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ill ;• -Fenton Deer Hunters had pretty good luck on Ihe opening . aay of .the •season, recently. In the above picture, left to right, are wait widdelj^rnold Laabs and Delond Bolte with their two deer, wrnqhi they shot at the farm of Arnold Laab's uncle near St. Ansgar. They got the first one in the first half hour, opening day ( and the buck before one o'clock? iurcli Rainier FreuiCounf A church: decorator and pain ter, M. D. Schoenbeck, whose last known address .is LaCrosse Wisconsin, waived . preliminary hearing in Justice C. H, Ost- winkle's court -here Monday afternoon on a charge of obtaining money by false pretense. Bond was set at $1000 and was furnished by a .professional bondsman from Sioux City. Sch, oenbeck was bound, over to the February term of district cour which convenes Feb.- 6,' 1956. -Schoenbeck; 'cashed three checks, worth a total of $450, at the Iowa State Bank in Algona after securing another person's signature for endorsement. He and his crew,had been working m Kossiith County ; on' a church and during that time resided in/ Algona. . : ' His arrest was made by a highway patrolman at West'Union and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst' returned him to Algona, Monday. It was reported Schoenbeck had previous,money, troubles and that he is wanted;in Minnesota for failing to support his, family.. Wesley C. Mains, Algona, paid. $5 and costs for traveling at a speed greater than road and weather conditions would allow, and Kyle D., Keith, Algona, paid $5 and,, costs :for,/fgiling, ,f Iowa reg1str"a'nort"'p'lafes : truck in actions. other justice court /Couples Get WeeWiricj Seven licenses to wed . Issued in the office of Alrfia Peai 1 son, clerk of the district court, the past week. They went to the following couples: ,;, Dec, 16 — Peter Jorgenson and Gfene Champion, Algona. 40 Families Adopted In Share Christmas Pro|| -. . '/• *.-' • .^"^ ••; v> . • *^4-r:.;.'','• $350 Car Damage About $350 property damage .Was done to automobiles driven .by-Lorraine Ann'Gutz, of Hampton and Ed Aukes • of Buffalo Center 'When their cars collided one mile west of Buffalo Center, Tuesday morning. The Gutz machine struck the 'Tear of- thn Aukes carl There, weri no personal injuries. A Merry Christmas Was assured for 40 deserving - families, living in Algona and Kos'suth County when the final two on the fifth annual UDM "adopt a family" list were adopted last Thursday morning. . Besides,- the final adoptions, a list of cash contributors was turned in.by Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, > and Mrs Marvel Immerfall, county welfare officer, who compile the list of families each year. Contributors not previously listed included: W. A. Foster $10; Delphian Society $15; Mrs Claris Kresensky $5; Mr and Mrs Arthur Od* gaard $10; Mrs A. M. Quintard $10; Mrs T. H. Chrischilles $5j .and the Wesleyan Guild $25. The food, clothing, toys' and goodies will all ' .be delivered within the next two days, and will undoubtedly give everyone involved a better knowledge of the meaning of Christmas, •••••. Family No. 1—Adopted by Algona 1 D. of A. 1 Family NQ. 2 — Adopted by Conr gregational Women's Fellowship. L Family No. '3 — Adopted by Royal Neighbors. Famay No 5 -^ Adopted ' ; Dr. : Jihse. -"'•> : ..>:A-.-'« ; ''»'--M'- Family 1 No. 6— -Ajdoirieia b^ Thomas; Episcopal Gtiild. -..w^ : ; - Faniiiy v No, 7-^Adopted By gree f oi Honor, ( - :"•• ••'-.!'• -r^ Family No. 8 — Ad6pie^i .F.^V.. Auxiliary. ....* ••," Family No. ; 9 — Adopttia " ; Algbna" branch postal ation' tlerks. v ' '•'..'•'''." H'^ 4 Family No. 10— Adopted 'b>St f Joe C.' D. of A. . ' Family No. 11 — Adopted by Methodist W.S.C.S. ; ; Family No. 4 — Adopted by Methodist W.S.C.S. Family No, 12 — Adopted b^ ; fifth grade at Bryant. , Family, No. 13— Adopted by A1-, gona Lions Club. -f'. . Family No. 14 — Adopted by Methodist W.S.C.S. , . Family No. 15 — Adopted by anonymous person. - lt • ,. •'•'.' Family No. 18— Adopted by Al- goh'a Lions Club. -!>-.,..-.. Family No. 17 «— Adopted bj Soroptimist CljUb. Family. No. 18 — Adopted bj American Legion Auxiliary. ..-. Family No. 19 — Adopted by anonymous. .»** Adopted by, Trinity;; Al|bhtt;;H!|H>seh661 students , by. ' : : Fimtlf tfa; 25 :»* AaoptedVfey Mrs J.dhn .Ddm* ; FUMiil? ;Nft;26i*Ajlo^!ed gotta tibhsTCluo. ' ' ' A Family' Nd, 2? ri* ' Adopted Business and Professiohl Worhen, ill lu frail m yea*; 'hlt>iirlf4ll*«Me 16" notified ihe " ' .e(,t:-o*; gdlfl EBiljMbBf^ JM|* M&iKiSiiteM ,@ Hi: - Z^^Adopted by I. First iiUtheraii Ghurofiit? : -• Family No, 29;— Adopted, by Kiwahis-eitrb. ^- -;•?, .^ , •; Family No, 30 <—.Ado'toted by rs A, L. 'Benschbter and Mrs Leslie Huff. .• • Family. No. 31 — Adopted by V.F.W.-Auxiliary. ; Family, No, 32 — Adopted by anonymoii* person. •:.'.: '••••.-,-. Family No. 33 — Adopted by Plum Creek Elite 4-H girls. Family N6i:;34-^ Adopted by Algona Rotary Club. ^Family No. 35 •*- Adopted by Algona V. F. W. . .'.• •Family No. 36 — Adopted, by Algona high school students, Family No. 37'-i-Adot)te< anonymous. Family No. 38'-* Adopted by Newcomers Club. Family ,No. 39 — Adopted .by American Legion Auxiliary. • Family No, 40 — Adopted' by Algona Rotary club. As has been the practice in the past, the name of the family ,-will not be divulged until shortly before Christmas, and then only to .the adopting individua or group. Delivery of the good will then be made by the adop ter, the UDM, county supervisor or welfare office, in plenty o time for Christmas -Adopted by ' HAMILTON'S T.V. SHOP - WESLEY END-OF-THE^YEAR SALE CLEARANCE PRICES DEC 22 THRU DEC. 31 of $50 to $100 Per Set 14 New TV-Sets, (RCA, Zenith, Admiral) and 5 Used TV Sets CLOSE OUT SAl| ON ALL POULTRY & H6^^EQUIPMENT Hamilton HATCHERY - PRODUCE TELEVISION DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT Christmas greetings and best wishes for the New Tear . . . from the officers/directors and staff of (INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA Eugene Murtagh, President "I HOME OFFICES / ALC30NA IOWA', AT RAY'S MARKET CANNED PICNICS 1( 2.69 SMOKED WHITE FISH - SMOKED SALMON LOIN END PORK ROASTS.. Ib. 29c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT MINCED..39c LEAN MEATY BEEF ROASTS ....lb.29c HOME-MADE BULK MINCEMEAT IbJSc Fresh Ludefisk Aged Cheddar CHEESE 2 Years Old Cut To Your Order Fresh Solid Pack OYSTERS - Also Select FRYING OYSTERS FRESH DRESSED 2 LB. AVERAGE EACH HOME-DRESSED DUCKS - GEESE TURKEYS-HENS Roasting Chickens HOME-DRES,SED CAPONS Lb, 59c •STURGEON BAY • NO. 10 CAN 1 RED PITTED CHERRIES ..98c SPARKS PURE HONEY pt. jcir 25c J. S. Salad Dressing . pt. 25c JIFFY PIE CRUST AND ' CORN MEAL MIX... ea. lOc J. S. Colored Oleo, 5 Ibs. $1 JACK SPRAT PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING'3 Ib. tin 69c DUNCAN MINE! REG. 55c VALUE SPONGE ,CAKE 39c FANCY COLO. MOUNTAIN NO. 2'/j CAN ELBERTA PEACHES.... 39c RICHELIEU SPICED " GLASS JAR CRABAPPLE PICKLES.. 49c 1. CARTON REGULAR PRICE SECOND CTN, SPRIG IcSAlE Ic Lg. Hershey Bar, ass'd ea. 19c O'HENRY AND HERSHEY BARS... box 89e YOUR CHOICE OF FLAY°B BOX WRIGLEY'S GUM 65c JACK SPRAT COLOSSAL NO. 1 TAH CAN RIPE OLIVES 29c , URQI PKG. ' " " " " H ^BHff ^Him ^H^pWBP ^^ffj^ > ^^^^^^^^B ^BBUKI^^ Morton's Big V/i Lb. PUMPKIN PIE Just Bake and Eat only 39e MORTON'S FROZEN PIES Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Cherry pnd Apple 5 fort. NATURE RIPE STRAWBERRIES 12 oz. Pkg. , SforlJ ClUB ICE CREAM JUMBO PASCAL CELERY bunch 19c FANCY EATMORE CRANBERRJES Lb.19c U/S. NO, 1 IDAHO WINESAPS 'AiU. 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