The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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ifenfmi 4**AtfSfi«i (la.) Upper De* Mein«s Thursday, December 11, 1955 Pallbearers and honorary pallbearers were eight nephews of the deceased Ernest, Bert, Amos, Oscar, Bennie, Clarence, Melvin and Raymond Berkland. Mr Benson, son of Mr and Mrs B. S. Benson, was born in Illinois, Feb. 14, 1878. Feb. 13, 1901- he was united in marriage to Hannah Knudson at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. Nine children were born to this union, eight of which survivt their father. Also surviving are several grandchildren and great grandchildren. A sister, Mrs Andrew Berkland of Fenlon and a brother. Oscar Benson of Fairmont. Mr Benson had lived in California the past fourteen years. John C, Benson Services At Depew, Dec. 15 Ffentofl—- Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, for John C. Benson, 77. former resident of the Depew vicinity. Mr Benson died at his home in Long Beach. Calif., Saturday, Dec. 10. Rev. Norhcim officiated at the funeral services. Burial was in North St. John's Lutheran cemetery. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS FOR CHRISTMAS Same old song, but always new — Merry Chriitmai — fo all of you I DICK'S MEAT & GROCERY Dick & Marie Theesfield Fenton TO OUR FRIENDS MERRY Schulte's Recreation Howard Sehulte FENTON, IOWA v/e e*tene! to convey, tr.e rr\0ny joijS ve nope 'j pr.J KOSSUTH COUNTY ASC OFFICE (Agricultural Stabilization Conservation) VIRGIL ROHLF Office. Manager RICHARD I. ANDERSON ANDREW I. FANGMAN GEORGE W. WOLF Committee Bollinger Wins $45 Drawing Fenton—Norman Bellinger received the $45 at the 9:30 drawing in Fenton Saturday evening. The last drawing tor 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 teuton business pluses will be open Friday evening 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 trucks were registered in the county treasurer's office^dUring the past throe 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; Ernest Jnnssen, Buffalo Center, Kenneth Isaacson, Swea City; Algona Rendering Co., truck, AJgona; Elmer Boyken, pickup, Lakota; W D. Ley, Lakota; Harold Gilmore, Algona; Peter Blumcr, LuVernc; Leslie Faber, Algona; Mike P.. Mergcn, Whittemore; Dale Blair, Swea City; Charles Scott, Burt; William Peterson, Titonka: and L. E. Hovey, Algona. Mercury-—Brwin Winkleman. Lakota; H. S. Montgomery, Algona; H. M. Knecht, Algona; and Leo N. Goche. DeSoto—N. A. Bangelser, Algona; and Fern Peterson, Swea City. Chevrolet — John Hauptman, Wesley; Louis Stenzel, Ledyard; Ralph Dugan.< Algona; Bernard Meister, Burt; 'Dudding Bros., Bancroft; Lowell Roberts, Swea City; H. W. Stephonson, Algona; E. H. Dreycr, Fenton; J. L. McDonough, Algona; Applequist Food Mkt, truck, Swea City; Algona Produce (2), Algona; McGuire & Goodwin, pickup, Algona; Arnold Schiltz, pickup, Bancroft; Ben Buss, pickup, Titonka: Donald Duffy. Algona; Roy Rohlin, Svvca City; Neva Ollom, Burt; Hugo Stenzel, Lakota; Wayne Jorgensen, Swea City; Florian Hcllman, Bancroft; R. A. Rohlin, Swea City; Sylvester Kockler, Swea City; and D L. Lunn. Lakota. Plymouth—Douglas K. Mcch- ler; and Alfred Lloyd, Ledyard. Olds—J. T. McGuire, Algona: and L. R. Banvyart, 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 Hummer. Three of the Hammer young folks, Henry of Iowa City, and So Uell and Ronald, both students at Iowa State Teachers, CVdar Falls, will be home. Friday night, Dec. 23, the Methodist young people from the Grant church will be served refreshments i.t the Hammei* home. BapHsi Program The Baptist Ladies- Guild Will serve a supper at 6:30 for trit young people of the church ph Thursday evening at' Guitcl Mall. Fiftal rehearsal tor the Christmas program will be Thursday evening. The program will bt presented Friday evening, Dec. 23.' Lutheran Program The Primary department of the Lutheran Sunday School, numbering about 76, will present its Christmas program Friday, Dec. 23 at 7:30. The midnight service, beginning at 11 o'clock at the Lutheran church will be mostly musical. A Christmas cantata will *be presented by the high school girls chorus directed by Mrs Frances Deim, with Mrs Sherm a n Gunderson accompanist. There will also be a number by the senior choir. Rev. A. M. Youngquist will bring a Christinas message. On Christmas Day, there will be the usual morning service with special music, but there will be no Sunday School, i Mr and. Mrs Duane Nelson, Minneapolis, will -arrive Friday evening to spend the weekend and Christmas with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs S. Hammer. On Christmas afternoon the Hammer family will go to Thornton to be present at the annual Christmas party, of several Norwegian ministers' and their families. Lorraine and Don Youngquist, students at Gustavus Adolphus college at St. Peter-, Minn., will be Home Friday, Dec. 23, foi Christmas vacation. Mrs Anna Griffith is seriously ill at the Curtis Rest Home in children and families -Gordonu Mrs Paul WIttir. Glenn and George Larson ana. Hurt, having suffered a paralytic stroke recently. Mr and Mrs Charles fieers, Sleepy Eye, Minn, were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs G. D. Curtis Saturday. They left Sunday for Klemme to visit his mother. Mrs Beers is the former Mrs Rosa Mitchell who lived many years in Swea City. R. D. Smith, Mr-and Mrs Floyd Smith and Mrs Ernest Smith, Estherville, visited Ernest Smith at Rochester Methodist hospital at Rochester, Minn, on Monday. Ernest Smith underwent surgery Dec. 17, Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson of Swea township, left last week for long Beach, Cal., where they will spend the winter with their OUR GOOD WISHES... DON'S SERVICE COMPANY Don Sleinberger — Fenlon FENTON MERRY FENTON CO-OP CREAMERY jttert? CfjnstmaS Fenton Theatre Oliver Stoeber WARMEST Y U L E T I D E WISHES! HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE FENTON out to ail: a. Clillitma*. tuLL of lay ana glaantnl PETERSEN'S FURNITURE FENTON Roy & DarlAie Pelersen FENTON •N... To wish you, every one, A MERRY. MERRY CHRISTMAS FENTON DON BOEVERS DUANE W1DDELL This jolly snow man is helping us say; Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our patrons! WEISBROD D-X SERVICE FENTON . . . fo oiir many friend* and cuifomeri. May your Chr/sfmas be merry and brigntl STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON Ray, Wilfred. Wall & Erv Here's a melody of good wishes I for all our friends that sings out: , MERRY CHRISTMAS, everyone!. PRIEBE'S JACK SPRAT MR. & MRS. RAY PRIEBE To all of you v,h'..-m we have been priviL-gCu to sei\c-—\vc cx'.c: 1 . J our thanks for yout patronage and our best wishes that ycur Christmas be filled v, ith much happiness and joy! FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK ARMSTRONG & FENTON

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