The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 36
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(la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, December 22, 1955 They Had Good Hunting Fenton Deer Hunters had preiiy good luck on ihe opening :lay of the season, iirrntly. Jn I ho abovf picture, left to right, are Walt Widdel. Arnold Laabs and Delunrl Bojtc with their two deer, which they shot ,it tin- farm of Arnold Laab's uncle near St. Ansgar. They got the first one- in flu- fust half hour, opening clay, and the They got _„_ ... buck before oni Church Painter Faces Charge, Fraud Count A rhureh decorator and painter, M. D. Schoenbeck. whose last known address is LaCrosse. Wisconsin, waived preliminary hem-ins in Justice C. H. (M- winklp'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. Schoenbeck was bound over to the February term of district court uhich convenes Feb. 6, 1950. 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 in Kossuth County on a church nnd during that time resided in Algona. His arrest was made by a highway patrolman at West Union nnd 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 S5 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 failing to have Iowa registration plates on a truck in other justice court actions. 7 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Sever! licenses to wed were issued in the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court, the past week. They went to the following couples: Dec. 16 — Peter Jorgenson and Gene Champion, Algona. Dec. 17 — Roger Osborn, Fenton, and Phyllis Kauffman, Swea City; Ed A. Meyer, Ringsted, arid Marilyn Wiskus, Bancroft. Dec. 19 — Leander Sermer, Britt and Christa Seidel, Algona. Dec. 20 — J*nes Schuller, WhiUcmore, and" Steve'rly St. John. Algona; George R. Johnson and Arlyne June Thomas,' St. Paul; Gary Stickler and Linda Packard, Elmore, Minn. 40 Families Adopted In Share Christmas Program $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 rear of the Aukes car. There were no personal injuries. -.. A Merry Christmas was assured for 40 deserving families living in Algona and Kossuth 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 Bonns- letter, school nurse, and Mrs Marvel Immerfall, county welfare officer, who compile the list of families each year. Contribu- lors not previously listed included: W. A. Foster $10; Delphian Society $15; Mrs Claris Krescn- sky $5; Mr and Mrs Arthur Od- gaard $10; Mrs A. M. Quinlard $10; Mrs T. H. Chrischilles $5; and Ihe 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 C. D. of A. Family No. 2—Adopted by Congregational Women's Fellowship. Family No. 3 — Adopted by Royal Neighbors. Family No 5 —• Adopted bj Dr. Janse. Family No. 6—Adopted by St Thomas Episcopal Guild. Family No. 7—Adopted by' De2 grce of Honor. Family No. 8 — Adopted by V.F.W. Auxiliary. Family No. 9 — Adopted by Algona branch postal transportation clerks. Family No. 10—Adopted by St. 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 by fifth grade at Bryant. Family No. 13—Adopted by Algona Lions duo. Family No. 14 — Adopled by Methodist W.S.C.S. Family No. 15 — Adopted by anonymous person. Family No. 16—Adopted by Algona Lions Club. Family No. 17 — Adopted bj Soroptimist Club. Family No. ,18 — Adopted bj American Legion Auxiliary. Family No. 19 — Adopted by anonymous. Family No. 20 — Adopted by anonymous. Family No. 21 — Adopted by P. E. O. * Family No. 22 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran Church. Family No. 23 — Adopted by Algona high school students. Family No 24 — Adopted by Moose Lodge. Family No. 25 — Adopted .by Mrs John Deim. Family No. 26—Adopted by Algona Lions Club. Family Mo. 27 — Adopted by Business and Profession! Women. Family No. 28 — Adopled by First Lutheran Church. Family No. 29 — Adopted by Kiwanis Club. Family No. 30 — Adopted by Mrs A. L. Bensehoter and Mrs Leslie Huff. Family No. 31 — Adopled by V.F.W. Auxiliary. Family No. 32 —Adopted by anonymous person. Family No. 33 — Adopted by Plum Creek, Elite 4-H girls. Family No. 34 — Adopted by Algona Rotary Club. . Family No. 35 — Adopted by Algona V. F. W. Family No. 36 — Adopted by Algona high school studenls. Family No. 37 — Adopted by Anonymous. ' r ( 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 \vill not be divulged until shortly before Christmas, and then only to the adopting individual or group. Delivery of the goods "will then be made by the adopter, the UDM, county supervisors or welfare office, in plenty of time for Christmas. 116 Register In Adult Classes Advanced enrollment for adult evening classes hit an all-time peak this year, according to Clair Rowe at the high school, who announced that 116 persons had notified the school of intentions to, a I lend. Classes lo be offered for certain are:, advanced sewing, beginning sewing, aeronautics, square dancing, bookkeeping, upholstery, advanced phot o- graphy. industrial arts and shorthand. Other classes listed previously failed to gain enough support to be put on the agenda for the classes which gel underway Jan. 9. Registration can still be made in the classes by calling the high school, and it is possible other courses, such as household mechanics, typing, French, ceramics, chess, automotives, beginning photography and public education will be held if enough persons enroll. Minimum requirement is ten. UDM WAflt Adi Pay HAMILTON'S T.V. SHOP - WESLEY END-OF-THE-YEAR SALE CLEARANCE PRICES DEC. 22 THRU DEC. 31 Savings of $50 to $100 Per Set 14 New TV Sets (RCA, Zenith, Admiral) and 5 Used TV Sets CLOSE OUT SALE ON ALL POULTRY & HOG EQUIPMENT Hamilton tma SSnSff m Wesley Christmas greetings and best wishes for th6 New Year . . . from the officers, directors and staff of (INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA Eugene Murtagh, President HOME OFFICES ALGONA IOWA AT RAY'S MARKET DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT CANNED PICNICS 4lb$. each SMOKED WHITE FISH - SMOKED SALMON LOIN END PORK ROASTS ..Ib. Bt HORMEL'S LB. ALL-MEAT MINCED..3k LEAN MEATY BEEF ROASTS....lb.29c HOME-MADE BULK MINCE MEAT.....lb.35c Fresh Ludefisk Aged Cheddar CHEESE 2 Years Old Cut To Your Order Fresh Solid Pack OYSTERS - Also Select FRYING OYSTERS 2 LB. AVERAGE FRESH DRESSED HOME-DRESSED DUCKS - GEESE TURKEYS - HENS Roasting Chickens HOME-DRESSED CAPONS Lb. 59t NO. 10 CAN •STURGEON BAY 'RED PITTED CHERRIES 98c SPARKS PURE HONEY pt. jar 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 MINES REG. 55c VALUE SPONGE CAKE 39e FANCY COLO. MOUNTAIN NO. 2'/z CAN ELBERTA PEACHES .... 39e RICHELIEU SPICED GLASS JAR CRABAPPLE PICKLES .. 49c 1 CARTON REGULAR PRICE SECOND CTN. SPRIG le SALE It Lg. Hershey Bar, ass'd ea. 19e O'HENRY AND HERSHEY BARS ...box 89c YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVOR BOX WRIGLEY'S GUM 65c JACK SPRAT COLOSSAL NO. 1 TALL CAN RIPE OLIVES 29c LARGE PKG. Mil HI ^VHi ^fj^r MMHj 9fj^r Morton's Big 11/2 Lb. PUMPKIN PIE Just Bake and Eat only 39c MORTON'S FROZEN PIES Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Cherry and Apple 5 for 1.00 NATURE RIPE STRAWBERRIES 12 01. Pkg. 5 for 1,00 GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM % Gal, We JUMBO PASCAL CELERY ' bunch 19c FANCY EATMORE CRANBERRIES Lb. I9c U, S. NO. 1 IDAHO WINESAPS V4 BU. BASKET 2.69 EXTRA FANCY SNO BOY Indian River GRAPEFRUIT 96 Six* Box 198 FANCY TOKAY GRAPES Lb.10c XMAS GIFT BASKETS MADE TO ORDER

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