The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 49
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Carl Johnson, Young Farmer, Dies, Bancroft Bancfofl — Services for Carl Johnson were held Monday n , 10 '7 li nfi at 9:30 from St. John'? Catholic Church with Rev. J. II. Schultes officiating. Burial was •in St. John's Cemetery with Garry Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr Johnson passed away at his farm home northeast of Bancroft Dec. 15, after suffering a heart attack. He had been -helping his son with chores until 2:30. He entered the house and told his wife he was going to rest until his son started chores. At four o'clock his wife called him and found he had passed away. He was born July 29, 1910 and was married in St. John's Catholic Church to Leona Schneider. Besides his wife he leaves eight children, his father, four brothers, -and four sisters. -The children are James 18, Betty 17 Mary Jp 15, Karla 13, Charles II. Helen 9, Gerald 3, Machelle 6 months, his father Joseph Johnson. His brothers are Ejjpo, Buffalo Center; John, William, George, all of Lakota, and four sisters, Mrs John Badji, Buffalo Center; Rena, Jennie, of Lakota; Mrs Elmer Schneider, Bancroft. Casketbearers were John Wibben, Robert Simmons, Leander Va-ske, George Hahe, Wilbur Fox and James Antoine. Dies In California Word has been received by relatives here of the death o"f George Connelly, former Bancroft resident, who passed away at his home in California aftcr suffering a heart attack. He leaves his wife, two brothers. Frank Connelly, Crawford, Nebraska, Hugh, Lusk, Wyo. Mrs Bess Connelly living here is a sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi received word of the birth of a daughter recently at Topeka, Kan. to Mr and Mrs Francis Wilhelmi. Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine of Algona are also grandparents. College students home for the holidays are James Clark, Jane Ford, Mary Jo Weber, Joe Govern, James Antoine, and Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing of Iowa State. Virginia Bradley, Thomas Li- chlitor, Dianne Welp and Patrick Mulligan of State University of Iowa. William McGuire, St. Thomas College, Minneapolis, Minn. Lola Meyer and Mildred Heiar, Briar Cliff. Sioux City. Robert Mulligan and William Schiltz. Loras of Dubuque. Margaret Mary Kramer and Mr and Mrs Jerry Shilling of Vermillion State College, S. D. Joann Kennedy, St. Catherine's College, St. Paul, Minn. William Droessler, St. John's of Collegeville. Marilyn Mulligan, James and William E g a n, ^reighton oi Omaha. Karen Antoine and Marlene Ferguson, Mercy Hospital of DCS Moines. Phyllis Govern, Mankato Commercial College. Eugene Schumaker, St. Bernard's Seminary. Dubuque. David Wilhelmi. Campion High School. Prairie de Chien. Wis. Dannis Schumaker, who has been stationed with the Air Force in Texas, received his discharged and Carrie 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 UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend^ Thursday, December 22, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper Oil Former Ledyard Resident Dies Dee, 5 In Texas Ledyard—Mrs' Gertrude Wiemer received word this past week from Mrs Carrie Bakkie of Pittsburg, Pcnn., telling of the death of her youngest daughter, Mrs Lucille Fox at her home in Texas, on Dec. 5. Another daughter Melva with whom Mrs'Bakkie makes her home in Pittsburgh flew to Texas and accompanied Mr Fox - and son who brought the body back to Mallard their former home for burial. Mrs Bakkie, due to her advanced years, was unable to make the trip. Mrs Fox has been ill for several years. The Bakkies lived here 40 years ago and have many friends here who extend their sympathy. Change Locations Mr and Mrs Robert Oldenberg and sons moved on Monday to the farm owned by Ervin Klinksiek and will work this coming season for Mr Klinksiek. The Tim Doocy family who have been living there moved into the house .the Oldenbergs lived in here in town which is owned by Howard Dyer. Mr Doocy broke his leg some time ,ago and is still unable to get around. Mrs Ellc M c K n i g h t 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 George. 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. Merrill Ploeger who altends Milwaukee School of Engineering came home Friday to spend a two weeks Christmas vacation at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger. Mr and Mrs John Knonef of Siloam Springs, Ark., came home on Saturday to spend the Christmas vacation at. the parental Edward Knoner home. John is attending John Brown University and is a senior there. Pvt. Donald Johnson of Camp Collins, Colorado Springs, Colo, came Sunday to spend a two weeks' furlough. Thursday evening the Methodist Young people were hosts at a caroling party to the young people of the Sacred Heart and E. and R. Churches. They met at the Church and then went from place to place in town where there are older or shut in folks. They were accompanied by Dale Canfield and Rev. Vriesen. Jenae Brandt who attends Luther College came home on Friday to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr and Mrs Edward Looft went to Estherville Wednesday evening to attend an R.E.A. Christmas party and dinner held at the Elks Club. The 1 Breakfast Club which has been having a series of galloping breakfasts surprised Mrs Paul Gelhaus last Monday morning on her birthday. As usual it was a complete surprise and much merriment resulted. The Freshman basketball girls were supper guests of Judy- Heiv.og 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, Karen Darnell, Delores Udstuen and 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. 3 M »!^^ CHRISTMAS SERVICES FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH REV. O. LEONARD NELSON Christmas Eve Service — 11:00 P.M. — "Chimbam and His Habitation", with Special Music. No Sunday School Sunday (Christmas Day) (Sunday) Christmas pay — 11:00 A.M. — "Light and Life at Christmastime. with Special Music. li Sponsored in i UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. IRONS HEATING ft PLUMBING Algona Plumbing ft Heating ALGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT ft €0. PERCIVAL MOTORS The Spirit of Christmas By: Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metal Russ & Ky's Nash Sales ft Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. VAN'S CAFf ALGONA PRODUCE J ft L MOTOR CO. RISINGS Mill ft ELEVATOR KELLEY LUMBER CO. ALGONA GREENHOUSES AIGONA BOTTLING WORKS Thompson Distributing Co. READY-MIX CONCRETE ft LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE Glory To The New-Born King! CHRISTMAS SERVICES CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE REV. C. J. BISHOP No Sunday Schoel 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 Spiritof 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 fit- 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. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT & CO. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem • • CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • 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 Corn Co. VAN'S CAFI AIGONA PRODUCE J ft I MOTOR CO. RISINGS Mill ft ELEVATOR Algona Plumbing ft Heating KELLEY LUMBER CO. AIGONA GREENHOUSES AIGONA BOTTLING WORKS READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZEll'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CO. Cook's Scrap, Iron ft Metal BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT & CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Thompson Distributing Co. Russ & Ky's Nash Sales ft Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION

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