The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
Page 12
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(fa.) Uppgf Pat Molnai Thur«dt.y, December 22, 1955 vf-,- ;ri.v '. . • .•'-f •.*.''.'.'••'. '.v^vj/t-sfe; si'r?!^ ••.. '""<-/•- Services: were held Thursday Afternoon, Dec. 15, at St. ;John's Lutheran Church, Depewi 1 for ; JohM C.f Bensbhr 77, former resident of the Depew vicinity. .Mr Beinseri died at his home in Long Beach; Calif.. Saturday, Dec. 10. "Rev. Korheim officiated at the funeral Services. Burial was in North St. John's Lutheran cemetery, , Pflilbcarers find honorary pall- bea^ers Were eight nephews of the deceased Ernest, Bert, Amos, Oscar. Benflle, Clarence, Melvin and Rcyinoftd Berkland. Mr Benson, son of Mr* and Mr B. S. Benson, was born in 111 nois, Feb. 14, 1878. Feb. 13, 190 he was, united in marriage t Hannah-Knlidson at St. John' Lutheran church, Depew. Nin children were born to thi union.7 eight of Which surviv their father, Also, surviving are severa grandchildren and grfeat grand children. A sister, Mrs Andrew Berkland of Fenton and a brO ther, Oscar Benson of Fairmont Mr Benson had lived in Califor nia the past fourteen'years. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS if OR CHRISTMAS Some ofd song, but always n«w — Merry Chriitmai —'to all of you! DICK'S MEAT & GROCERY Dick & Marie Theesfield Fenton TO OUR FRIENDS MERRY YIIIETID* ichulte's Recreation Howard Schulle FENTON, JOWA I niy (greeting, v/e e^teno to conveu, „ the many jotjj we nopa find on KOSSUTH COUNTY ASC OFFICE (A 8 ricultural Stabilization Conservation) VIRGIL ROHLF OHice Manager RICHARO I. ANDERSON ANDREW I. FANGMAN GEORGE W. WOLF Committee Bollinger Wins $45 Drawing Fenton—Norman Bollinger received the $45 at the 8:30 drawing in Fentdn Saturday evening The last drawing for this year Will be Friday evening at 9:30 This will be for the amount of ?15. Due to the fact that Christmas Eve comes on Saturday, the Fenton business pluo6s will be open Friday evenirig instead ot the usual Saturday, • Fenton business places will be closed Monday. Santa Puts 61 New Vehicles Into Stockings A total of 61 new cars and rucks were registered in the ounty treasurer's office during le past three weeks. New vehicles were registered by the following persons: Dodge—.Sylvester Gorazkows- ski, Armstrong; C. K. Bormann, Bode; A. L. Fish, Corwith; "and Les Kenyon, Algona. Ford — Robert Ringsdorf, Titonka; L. C. Hinz, truck, Lu Verne; John Miller, Burt; George Schueler, Swea City; Ernes Janssen, Buffalo Center, Ken neth Isaacson, Swea City; Algona Rendering Co., truck, Algona; El mer Boyken, pickup, Lakota; W D. Ley, Lakota; Harold Gilmore Algdna; Peter Blumer, LuVerne Leslie Faber, Algona; Mike P Mergen, Whittemore; Dale Blair Swea City; Charles Scott, Burt William Peterson, Titonka; and L. E. Hovey, Algona. Mercury—Erwin Winkleman, Lakota; H. S. Montgomery, Algona; H. M. Knecht, Algona; and Leo K, Goche. s DeSoto—N. A. Dangelser, Al-i ;ona; and Fern Peterson, Swea "ity. Chevrolet,— John. Hauptman, Vesley; Louis Stenzel, Ledyard; lalph Dugan, Algona; Bernard Weister, Burt; Dudding Bros., Bancroft; Lowell Roberts, Swea City; H. W. Stephenson, Algona; 5. H. Dreyer, Fenton; J. L. McDonough; Algona; Applequist ^ood Mkt., truck, Swea City; Algona Produce (2), Algona; Mc- Juire & Goodwin, pickup Al- _!ona; Arnold SchiJtz, pickup,! Bancroft; Ben Buss, pickup, Titonka; Donald Duffy, Algona; Roy Rohlin, Swea City; Neva Ollom, Burt; Hugo Stenzel, Lakota; Wayne Jorgensen, Swea City; Florian Hellman, Bancroft; R. A. Rohlin, Swea City; Sylvester Kockler, Swea City; and D L. Lunn, Lakota. Plymouth—Douglas K. Mechler; and Alfred Lloyd, Ledyard. Old*—J. T. McGuire, Algona; and L. R. Banwart, West Bend. CMC—Erpelding .Bros., Algona Pontiac — Raymond Gardner Bancroft; and H. E. Presthus, Bancroft. Packard—B. J. Schrauth, Wesley. Buick—E. J. Faber, Bode Chrysler—K. M. Chase, Fenton Churches Ready Programs This Week, Swea City Swea City — The Youth Fellowship of the Methodist church will go caroling Thursday evening, after which they will be served refreshments at the home of the Rev. and Mrs Hammer. Three of the Hammer young folks, Henry of Iowa City, and So Dell arid Ronald, both students at Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls, will be home. Friday night, Dec. 23, the Methodist young people from the Grant church will be served ^eihmeni^KlflSmS nomei .«•«.-»»(&.&,•.,-;--.x.*.., ....>,. family will #§>{o $horn- tbti to be •pi'?seii{ «f>the annual Christmas party' of Several Nor< weglan' mJnJsterg :|hd their families. :--.,--- V ':^«T '-, ,, •.;,<•;•: I! Lpitainfe ^ml Don >Y6Uttg<juisk students at-, •GustaVUs Addlphus 1 ffolle&e at St. Petey, MJnn., will be Home Friday, Dee. 23, for Christmas vacation. *Mrsi, Artna Griffith is seriously 5 ill. at thi Curtis ••BUM; Having suffered a frar*alytie strike-recently. ' ' ' ' ' Sleepy ' ' Wets ol MraHd'MW Gf, day fof'KleSihite 16 Visit ther. MrsV fie^ts y this Mrs Kosa . 4*itchell; • WM -lived many, ,yeaf¥ .in ' .;-%. D, Smith* Mf', and" • Smith .and i Jfes ; ; Efttest Smi Esthervilfe,. Visited ; at RoiShesttr; Methodist h'oSpital at Rochester, Mirtft. ; on children Mfld and . Mr" and W(rs Andrew LarsoW of SWea towhshljj, left list- w«ek for; long Beach, Cfll., wher^ they Will >pend the winter with their • jering Christmas pi '3 at 7.30. •>.-=' '\^^^ .*. • / ^'^v; The / midnight ^fvice, be a ,,, ning at 11 o'clock at the Liither&n tiurch\ will be mostly • musical A Christmas' 'cantata will''b FENTON presented by '. .the , high girls chorus directe'd by Frances Deim, -\yith ^Mrs^ man GundersOn ?accompanist There will also 1 be a number, .b^ the senior choir,; - Rev.?., A?'liil. Youngquist will bring a "Christmas message. %--'-.-,f ! i ••-.• ],',; : ,^-A ' On Christnias Day,, there will be the usual niornirtg^ervice with special music. ,but,''th£re; will be no Sunday Scnoolifej's.l*' ;,.•?:; Mr and Mrs -liuane Nelsbfi, Minneapolis, will : arrive Friday evening to spend , the ^wteekeriel and Christmas witfr;their ? pari ehts, the,Rey."and,;iMrs S. Hartl-^ mer. On Christnias^ afternoon the FENTON CO-OP f CREAMERY QVR GOOD WV&HES... DON'S SERVICE COMPANY Don Sieinberger — Fehion & ba*i6hiB Petersen W A R M E S T Y U L ETI D E W I S H E S ! HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE FENTON Fenton Theatre Oliver Stoeber STOCKYARDS FENTON To wish you, every one, A MERRY. MERRY CHRISTMAS B & W CHEVROLET J FENTON DUANE WIDDELL FhU Jolly > inbw 'mcin 1$ helping u» say; Merry Christmaj • gnd Hoppy 9 all our potromJ WEISBROD D-X SERVICE FENTON .. . . fo our many fr/endi and euifom»ri. May your ChrMmat be m«rry and brlyhtl STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON Ray. Wilfred, Walt & Erv _ 's a melp<jy o| good wi*ho$ for Q|) . our fcieniji thqt lings- PV*I M 6 R B Y fH R IST M AS, eyeryonsl. PRIEBE'5 JACK SPRAT STORE MR. C/ To all of you whom we have b§en privileged to serve-^-we extend « ouj thanks for your patronage and our best wishes that your ' /'' . Christnias be filled with much happiness and jbyj ' , FIRSTTRUSr AND SAVINGS BANK

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