The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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Farmer, t ffs5 Wfl " Services for CaH IS^a^fr^st^S Catholid'Church with Rev,'j H Schulf es, of f iciatinir '•? Burial w jjs Mt Johiifibh passed attrayJit hejist of Bartc, # feHl ?2 a: heart .. . been helping his son with chores until .'fcSo^Hd entered the house and: told' his Wife he was going to rest until his son started jchores.'' At' four o'clock his MfeVcalled ihihi and found he had passed away, • . He was btifn July 29,. 1810 and was married in St. John's Catholic Churth to Leona Schneider. Besides his wife '.he -.leaves, eight children, his father, four brothers, and four sisters. ' The ehil-i dren are Jatries ,18; 'Bettv 17 > Mary Jo 15,'Karla 13, ' Charles 1 1. Helen 9, Gerald' 3, Machelle 6 months, his father • Joseph Johnson. His brothers s are Eppo, Buffalo . Center; John, /William, George, all of Lakota, and four sisters, Mrs John Badji, Buffalo Center; Rena, Jennie, of Lakota; Mrs Elmer Schneider, Ban- Croft. ' , Casketbearers were John Wib- beri, Robert > Simmons, /Leander Vaske, Gedrge Rahe, Wilbur Fox and James Antoine. : Dies In California Word has been received by relatives here of the death of George Connelly, former Bancroft resident, who passed 'away at his home in California after suffering a heart attack. He leaves his .wife, two brothers, Frank Conrtelly, Crawford faska,. - Hugh; . Lus'fci-' Wyo. Mi Bess Cbllinelly l^itlg; ! ih§fe: ? is- Mrs Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi re* Ceived ..word of the< birth, of., a .dalughter ,• reeeritl^ at, Topekl Kan. to-Mr and-Mrs'Francis Wil- ndlmi,. Mr*arid Mrs Ralph. Val entine bf Algona are also grand parents.. ; ,. : : College students home for the holidays are-Jrfmes Clark, Jine Ford, Mary Jo Weber, Joe Govern, James Antoihe, and Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing of'Iotfa State,.- • ^ '. - •- •;-•,,,- -;. •• • -:-,• Virginia Bradley, Thomas' Lichliter/ Dianiie Welp and PatHck MuUigan of State University bf 16wa. ' , William McGuire.'St. Thomas College, Minneapolis,'Minn. .Lola Meyer and Mildred Heiar, Briar Cliff, Sioux City. '**. Robert Mulligan arid J William SchiltS;, Loras of DubuqUe. .: Margaret Mary Klamer and Mr arid Mrs Jerry Skllling of Verrii- Ulion State College, S.'D. Joanri Kennedy,. St. Catherine's lollege, St. Paul, Minn. William Drbessler, , St. John's of Collegeville. , Marilyn Mulligan, James and William Eg an, Creighton ot Omaha. , " .,.-'•'•' Karen Antoine and Marlerie 'erguson, Mercy Hospital of Des Moines. Phyllis Govern, Mankato Commercial College. Eugene Schumaker, St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque. • David WilHelmi,£ampibn' High School, Prairie de Chien, Wis, ' Dennis Schumaker,- who has been stationed with the Air Force ,in Texas, received his discharged and came Thursday for a visit with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs I. F. Engesser. ; His brother Eugene of St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque and their mother, Mrs M a ry Schumaker, Des Moines, will be home for the Christmas holidays also. 22,1955• Former Ledyard UDM Want Adr Pay Dividend! niei received ward this pM week f rohi'Mrt Carrie-Bakkie-difi burg f VP t ertft.,. telling^of thi^d of ;hef.\ youngest daughter,, Mrs Lucille FOX at her home iti-.Te'xft^ on vD^c. S, Another daughter MelVa with 'whom Mrs Bakkie teakes her home itt Pittsburgh fle\ydt6,•Texas and 1 aceonigaiiied Mr Fpk and son whft brought the body back to Mallard'' their former home for burial,-Mrs Bakkie, due to her advance'd years, was; Unable to make the trip, Mrs Fbx has been ill for several years. The Bakkies,-lived hereJ 40 :'years ago and have many friends 'here who extend their sympathy. ' •„' ".' '"'- ' -'!'. !'.'.. •' ;';':•...-.•• ; . Change Locations s Mr and Mrs Robert Oldenberg and sons moved on Monday to ;the- farm-,-owned v by Eirvin Klinksiek 1 ahdf will work ! this coming season -for Mr Klinksiek. The Tim Doocy family wh<5 haVe aeen living thfcre moved into the iduse the^.Oldenbergs lived' in lere in town w;hich is owned by Howard, Dyer. Mr' Dopey broke lis leg some ^,time ago and is still unable to get around, y 1 Mrs Elle McKnight left Thursday for ,'her home in 'St. Joseph, Mo.,-after spending three weeks at the-home of her niece and family,' the'.-.William' Wiemers. , Mr and Mrs .Milton Thompson and daughter Carolyn spent the weekend at the • parental GeoTge, Thompson home. ' ••,.; Pvt. Ronald Schroeder of Fort Polk, La. -came Friday to spend a two weeks furlough at the home'of his mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder. . Merritt Ploeger who attends Milwaukee School of Engineer*/ ing came home Friday to spend- n 1*> vvv* w cent) GHrlStrTlSS v ttyabiyii at the home of i his parents, Mf and Mrs 1 Fred Plbeger. *K Mr; aftd-Mrs John -KnbneiWdf Siloaiw ^brings, ArkV; came'holne ;6n Saturaaf to spend the Chfffl* ftifis ••Vacatioh at the ; Jafelfttal Edward Kribnef hbirie. Jbhtftls' attending John Br&wfl University; arid is k senior thei'e.- ' ; ^*> Pvt. pbftald Jphhsbn of Caniis Collins, i Colorado Springs, Colb. cahie Sunday to sjsettd a !twb Weeks furlough. : : yThiirsday evening the Methodist Yoting pebpie were hosts tat a caroling party tb'the, jfoiihg people of the, Sacred Heart and E. and R, Churches' / They me't at the Church and theft> went frpm v place to place, hrtowri where thete are.'older,; of shut iri folks. , They were accompanied by Dale Canfield and ReV< Vriesen. .. - : . v r ; ,_'• ', V Jenaa' Brandt who attends Lu^. ther' College came' home en Friday to spend the Christmasi'holi* Mr arid Mrs Edward' Looft. werit to , Estherville Wedriesday eveftlng i to /attend an'* .R.E.A; Chfistmas party and dinner, held at the'Elks Clpb. ' . , ". The Breakfast Club which -has been having a., series of galloping breakfasts suf prised Mrs "Paul Gelhaus last Monday morning on tier-birthday. As usual it' was a complete surprise - and much merriment resulted. .;-'•' •' The Freshman basketball girls were supper guests of Judy Herzog last-Tuesday in honor ot her : 14th ^ birthday. The girls went to the basketball game at Burt and then returned for cake and ice cream. Those present were Karen Wallentine, Alice Ingebritsen, JoAnn Wentworth Kferen. Darnel], Delores Udstuen arid Gretchen Looft. Shirley Udstuen, Ruth Wallentine and Mr Hines joined them after the game. , , -. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley spent Sunday visiting Mrs»Lena Warner. The ladies are sisters. ^"jpf.-.r-iKv TI-J • ;v ssr;x>> S^VJfe^f '"'*' ' ^','iT.'^ s^.&j'i Silent Night Holy Night $m s%j Wi m- %t$ m r f m CHRISTMAS SERVICES FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH HEV. 0. LEONARD NELSON Christmas Eve Service —i ll;00 P.M, — "Chiinbam and His Habitation", with Special Music. No Sunday School Sunday (Christmas Day) (Sunday) £hrisimas Day -r 11:00 A.M. — ( "I4gh» and Life at Christmastime, * witn Special Music. Sponsored in The Spirit o f C h r i s t m a s By: UNIVERSAL MFG, CO. IRONS HEATING ft PLUMBING Algona Plumbing ft Heating. AL00NA RENDERING €0. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER Still BLDGS, €0. VIKING OIL CO. SARGiNT ft €0. , PiRCIVAl MOTORS Cook's Scrap, Iron ft Metal Russ ft Ky's No§h Sales ft Serv, SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAP WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVIC! STATION Pioneer Hi'Brecf Seed Corn Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PROPUCI ^ ft L MOTOR CO. RISINGS MILL ft ELEVATOR KILLEY LUMBER CO, ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS Thompson Distributing Co. REAPY.MIX CONCRETE ft LUMBER CO. HUTZEll'S CITIf S SIRVICE llory To the New-Born King! CHRISTMAS SERVICES CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE REV. C. J. BISHOP No Sunday School Sunday, December 25 (Christmas Day) (Sunday) Christmas Day — Sunday School 9:45 A.M. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Worship Service — 11:00 A.M. Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By: PERCIVAL MOTORS Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metal Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION' Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PRODUCE J & L MOTOR CO. RISINGS MILL & ELEVATOR KELLEY LUMBER CO. ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA- BOTTLING WORKS Thompson" Distributing Co. READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. Algona Plumbing & Heating IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VJKING OIL CO. SARGENT & CO. ^toJ^4^JftiM^»JBaaJiiiihMi^<i^ Little Town of Bethlehem • • CHRISTMAS CERVICES • • CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH REV. GERALD HALLAUER (Sunday) Christmas Day — 11:00 A.M. — Special Christmas Message and Special Music. Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By: Pioneer Hi*Bred Seed Com Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PRODUCE J & L MOTOR CO. RISINGS MIU & ELEVATOR Algona Plumbing & Heating KfUEY LUMBER CO, AIQQNA QREENHQUSES ALGONA IQTTLING WORKS READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CO. Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metal BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT & CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Thompson Distributing Co. Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE 5TATION

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