The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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D.c.mb.r 22, 1955 At Academy ' . • '..../ : Mdines will pufeligfi 1U issue dti > usual. js/^iSr organized.grade school band made its first appearance this month at St. Cecelia's Aoaderrty.;The first dorieert was given Dec. 6 and the band also played for the annual children's Glpstmfis party at the Academy.; - V«THe" above picture \Vas taken recently when the band was reviewed by Don Perrine, band instructor >for-the Catholic schools at Fort Dodge. He congratulated the group on the work they have accomplished in the short time of it organization. ... Ih the ; above picture, arp, seated, left to right: Jim Pickett, Bill Higgins, Dick Barrv. Brian Lmnan, Michael. Bebo, Dick Robinson. Charles S reit, Don Zittritsch, Therese Bradley, Madonna Gi&h, Terry Johnson. Standing, left to right: Mr Don Perrine, Karen Mishak, Roger' Ferris, Tom Cullen.' Leonard. Dahlhauser. Missing at the ti'm a the picture was taken: Dan Glaser. Mrs Hazel lewis Services Here Funeral services for Mrs Hazel Lewis, 02, longtime resident of Algona; were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the, Methodist Church. Rev, .Harry Whyte, officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Richardson's Funeral Chapel was-in charge of arrangements. • • 1 Mrs Lewis died Sunday noon at.St. .Ann. Hospital following £ lingering illness. .' .Hazel, .daughter of Abraham pnd Ina .Butterfield, was born Sept'18, 1893, and was a'lifelong resident.of Iowa. She'wns mar ried to Frank E. Lewis, Feb. 15 1 1913, Mri and'Mrs-Lewis residec ...for-; many years with their family at 314 W. McGregor preceding luskdeiitn-several years-ago "Survivors include five daughters,,,a rid a so'n. They, are Inez (Mrs Bruce Graham), Burt; Helen (Mrs.yern Batt). Clarion; Phyl, Us (Mrs Jerry Weiner), Algona; Bev.erjy: . (Mrs Gordon Wagner). Greenville. 'So, Car.; Dorothy, at thnnie: snd R.o,bert, Algona. Two sisters by adoption, Helen • (Mr* Bill Doocy) Bancroft; and Edith (Mrs, Carl Weiner^, Cedar'Falls, a'lpo 'survive. , Pallbearers were Jack Button 'Sr., - ( Leonard Maasdam, Fred Wagner, ,,G. D; -, Brandage. Ned Hardgrove -and William 'Fitzgerald. '."'.' > Henry Hagen, 67, Dies, Qttosen Funeral services for Henry Hagen, 67, lifelong resident of the Ottosen-Bode community who died at his farm' home Friday, were held Tuesday, Dec. 20"at 2 o'clock in the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode with the pastor the, Rev. M. O. Kraabel, officiating. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery in Bode. Mr Hagen was born May 20. 1888, on a farm near Ottosen, the son of Olie and Martha Hagen. .November 15, 1908. he was married tn Hilda Haralsrud, who precedud him in death in 1947. Mr Hagen is survived by one Celebrate New Years Eve, Dec. 31 At HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. Hat — Horns — Fun ANDY LAWRENCE ORCH. Smorgasbord Every Sunday Bring The Family Closed Christmas National Farm Loan Association Henry Scheppmann President Hugh Raney Lawrence Dittmer Douglas Wildin John Miller Directors: i Eugene H. Hutchins Sec.-Treas. Stellq ,Mae Breen Ass't. Sec.-Tr. Federal Land Bank Farm Loans on Kossuth County Farms son, Oscar Hagen of.Ottosen; sc-ers, Morgan Hagen of Ottosen, ven grandchildren; three broth- Clarence Hagen of Humboldt and . :, Des MolfteS will (ro i« on W-dne_d_^ Jlk_a«« 4, because ol ihe JaiitiarV Zi holiday. ';.'.' y^vf'. 1 " : /.f, : Correspondents are 10 tend in thei* new* tot iht; J Dec. 29 Issue aS Usual. rF6* r ; lhe-..Jari, 4 •; ts-lie^ihey rartf 5 asked 16 hay»4he copy hi in. ( IT ppot) D.esv Mdines of fice by? the tn6#n!itg of /Jan. ,3. , . v ; FqrVti PJckUp x iiate I Wesley^ The fite ctepartment answered a call to the Herm_« Bode farm Monday rfcorning arid extinguished a ,.fire in 'i'. farm pickup. - , ^T * -T^j^ - -'- ---_ j ' ' " ' ' 'V' ' Fractures An Arm i;- • .;^ , Whilternore— jDean • Schmeliril. son -of Mr . and Mrs« Harry, Scrr*' melirig, . Had the w rriisf ortufte t'b fracture his right atm" ; by crankhg a tractdr. '...' . -.'.'•• .... , /•% SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! * ** • . After Cfiristmas Apparel Sales Assorted Poodles and Fleeces Reduced now for After Christmas Clearance Ladies Winter Jackets Girls Winter Jackets Heavy Quilt Lining. , Sizes 10-18 in assorted colors. Quilt Lined - Poplin Shell witl] Knit Turtle Neck. fi AQ & O 0.00 O. Sizes 7-14 BOY'S QUILT SUSCOATS Fancy patterned shells in blue C —brown—Grey. Sizes 6-18 V* IN?ANTS CORD SUITS Zip front, cord overalls. Assorted colors, sizes 1 to 6x, 2.47 2.34 BOY'S CORDUROY SHIRT - Pastel shades in fine pinwale corduroy. Size 6-16 BOY'S CORDUROY PANTS - Fiain colors in tan—grey— brov/n. Sizes 6-18 MEN'S JACKETS - Men's all wool coacher coats and quilt lined Gabardine Sur- coats. Not all sizes in both ffc A M types. Special at ViU*T MEN'S SUITS - 29 suits in nearly all sizes - All single Breasted models ' INFANTS' DRESSES Sizes 1r6x, • Priced at _____ INFANTS' LINED DENIM JEANS- Sizes 2-6 MATCHING ELOUSES __„_! Large Assortment of MEN'S TIES Only 6 - Men's All Wool turtle Neck Sweaters . Only 2 - Men's Storm Coats. Large sizes $1-$2-$3 1.77 87c .. 67c 3.00 20.00 MEN'S LETTER SWEATERS All Wool—Assorted colors. Sizss Sm., Med., Lge. BOY'S LETTER SWEATERS All wool in sizes 30-38 Assorted colors 5. 3. Only 2 - Size 38. Men's Moleskin A Sheeplined Mackinaw Mi Only 2 - Size 40 and 46, Men's All Wool Plaid Mackinaw r Only 5 — Men's Cord Sport Coats . 1-34; 3-40; 1-42 5.00 To Save Up To Clearance!/ 2 WHILE THEY LAST ONLY Beautiful styles! High heels! Illusion h«el*f Low heels! Genuine leathers, kid suedes. Including Tiffany Originals and Chianii famous labels. Shoes you'll wear now and next spring. Fashionable colors. Sizes to 10. AAA to C, but not in every style. CASUALS and SPORT SHOES Special bargains on many stylet of your favorite casuals. 2.97 Watch For Our Big White Sale Event To Start Soon 1 ^^'Km^^ f ^^^^^^fii^i^xi'f-:¥& f^^f^»i^t^mii^m»mf'^ ; ; vSs?3i*^yl»ss!¥i*^StS lit? *.f'^i>*i*>J*_» *««cS^ ^p«pt|ge« iSfeifel SfiftS&JSS'^^; ifiy^si f - lis§P-^iiISfe^i2i ifei;:fr@tsiiiiiis«ii M*»38^StSfcteeSlM£

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