The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 34
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Mrs Cecil Seegebarth of Lone Rock Buried Feb. 4 Lone Rock — Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 4, at 2 p.m. at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church for Mrs Cecil Florence Seegebarth, with Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating. Interment jn the East Lawn Memorial Garden, Algona, with the Garry Funeral Home at Bancroft in charge. Cecil Florence .Seegebarth, daughter of George and Amanda Fischer Peltit, was born April 4, 1906 in Lone Rock. She spent her childhood and greater part of her life in and around Lone Rock. She attended Lone Rock high school and gradualed from Ihe Burt high school. In 1926 she was united in thar- riage to Ben H. Seegebarth. To this union was born one daughter, Mrs Phyllis Hanna. Mrs Seegebarth had been in poor health for some time. She became seriously ill Jan. 28th and was taken to Holy Family Hospital in Estherville where she passed away on Thursday, Feb. 2. She leaves one daughter Phyllis (Mrs Robert Hanna), four grandqhildren, Jeanette, Eugene, Linda and Sally; also her molher, Mrs George Pettit and the fgl • lowing sisters and brothers: Mrs Evelyn Earing of Lone Rock; Mrs Ethel McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif.; Alton of Lone Rock; Hildrelh of Whittemore; Woodrow, Bernard and" Mrs Relzine Householder of Lone Rock, and Mrs Marjorie Earing of Shell Beach, Calif. Caskel bearers were Ernesl Jensen, Kenneth P'laig, Alfred Krueger, William G. Flaig. Harlan Blanchard, and Herschel Harlman. Lively Rockets Met The Lone Rock Lively Rockels mel al the home of LaVonne Thompson Thursday evening Feb. 9. Janece Kissncr gave a talk. Two demonstrations were given by LaVonne Thompson and Margaret Fischer. A health talk was given by Janice Elsbecker. Guest Mothers were Mrs Sam McCleish and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer. P.W.O. Circles To Meet The Lone Rock P.W.O. circles VALUES AT CHRISTENSEN'S THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY Full-Fashioned HOSE "Belle Shanneer" and "Prim", Discontinued Shades, Values to $1.95. Dollar Days Only. $1 COSTUME JEWELRY $1 Values to $4.95. ^^^ TOWELS & WASH CLOTHS 'Martex" & "Fieldcrest" While They Last! Price Beautiful LUNCH SETS 54"x 72" 6 Napkins Vducs to S8.73 54" x 54" 4 napkins Values to $4.95 Values to $3.50. Dollar Days Only. IlillllllllllHilililKllllljllllllli!!:!!!;;!!;!:!!^ SNFAMT'S WEAR One largo iable, broken lots. MATERNITY DRESSES One and two piece styles. Broken Sizes. Dollar Days Only. l^ii-ii^^i.ii.sl'h'JniTllltllli'iiriiiillllC'IIHl^illllli^^l'ilill^illlllll^lllHlllllllllhlHIi:!!!!!!!!! w W M 3 (F,± will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16 at 2:30 at homes, Patsy with 'Mrs Herman Kramer, and Mrs Raymond Bierle will have the lesson; Esther with Mrs Clarence Kraft and Mrs Roger Jensen assisting, with Mrs Clifford Nordine giving the lesson; Mary with Mrs Einil Person and Mrs Joe Culbertson assisting. Mrs Ronald Christcnson will have the lesson. P.T.A. Meeting Held The Lone Rock P.T.A. met last Monday evening at the school and program chairman were Mr and Mrs Art Priebe, food chairman Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath. Assisting were Rev. and Mr£ Clifford Nordine, Mr and Mrs Orville Gardner, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Tietz, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle, Mr and Mrs Roger Walker, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig. Mr and Mrs George B. Long, Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Leo Leininger and Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow. Fourth In Family Going To Iowa State College Mrs Frank Flaig called at the home of Elsie Willrett in Algona Thursday. Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer entered Holy Family hospital at Estherville Wednesday. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona visited at the Fischer home Tuesday. Mrs Amanda Petlit who has been a palient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville returned home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona called on Mrs Pettit Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel were supper guests at the Erich Seegebarth home Tuesday. Mrs Maude Blanchard was a guest for supper Tuesday evening at the Jess Blanchard home. Mrs Donald Blanchard returned to her teaching duties Thursday afler having been ill djl week. She is the second grade teacher. * Mrs Roy Jensen entertained the following ladies to coffee Tuesday morning Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs W. G. Flaig, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Roger Jensen and Kathy and Miss Tcna Jensen. Harlan Blanchard attended a Hardware convention in Des Moincs last week. Mr and Mrs Vernon Johnson and family of Armstrong called Wednesday evening at the Leslie Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Fred G enrich were supper guests Wednesday at the Lloyd Schenck home in Burt. Supper guests Thursday evening at the Genrich home were Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley of Fenton. Mrs Daryl Hanson, Kurt and Kalhcrine arrived at the Genrich home Saturday for a visit. Mrs Hanson is their daughter. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were supper gucstt Tuesday evening at tnc O. H Stocber home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Thorwald Rasmussen of Ringsted were dinner guests Wednesday al Ihe Carl Peterson home. Mr and Mrs- John Madscn and Emma Johnson of Ringsted were dinner guests Sunday. Elmer Peterson, son of the Carl Petersons of Lone Rock, returned to Ann Arbor, Mich., where he is working at the University on the school paper as a linotype operator. He has been visiting here for two weeks between semesters. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman and girls spent Sunday evening al the Howard Kierstortt home. Bob Angus left Friday by plane from Mason 'City to visit a sister, Mrs George Crow at Ne\\ Jet Key. He pians .to be gone a week. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath an the parent oi a daughter born Saturday, Feb. 4, at St. Ann hospital in "Algona. Siie weighed e pounds and 14 ounces and hat ot'cn named Cindy bur. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee attended the fortieth wedding anniveisary ui the August Uusiis oi Eanore Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger spent Sunday afternoon at tiiu George B. Long home. For .-upper MI- and Mrs Long and family, Mr and Mrs Clartnee Acl.: -r- -Lin, Air and Mrs Maivm Aeker- f(m and Douglas, Mr dei' wore guest.-, at t!; Aekci M>n In. me in \Vi Sunday dinner gue.; iM..'d Schmidt home we Mrs Holu'it Schmidt Jr ily an 1 Mike Rouse, Mr Ben Schmidt and l;.;iii- noon callers wise Mr Jeiu' l.j!uiH'hard and and Mrs Milion Lee and Kent we i quests in the J at Fonton. and Mrs Harvey Patricia Ward Ames—Algona's Patricia Anne Ward is Ihe fourth member of her family to attend Iowa State College. Preceding her were her father and older brothers, Curtis and Kendall. Patricia will graduate this June in curriculum of home economics education and will probably get a position teaching high school home economics somewhere in Iowa next fall. Regularly a resident of Oak Hall, Patricia has moved into one of the four homo management houses on campus for half of this quarter. Here, together with seven other home economics seniors and an adviser, she lakes her turn at all the regular household tasks. During the last half of the quarter she will be student teaching in some Iowa high school or junior high. Patricia graduated from Algona High School in 1952, where she was drum major and a member of the annual staff. Here at Iowa Slale she has joined Sigma Ela Chi, Congregational church service g r o u p; Promenaders, square dance club; and plays string bass in (he ISC concert band and symphony orchestra. To help along with college ex« penses. she spends vacation and summers working in Algona. She has held positions at Penney's and the city library. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry E. Ward, live at 322 S. Thorineton. Besides Curtis and Kendall, she has another brother. Don, and a sister Dorothy, now Mrs James Cox of Florida. School Debaters Orate At Coe Algona high school's debators will travel to Coe College at Cedar Rapids for a two-day tournament Friday and Saturday. The local team grabbed second in its most recent outing, the Tuesday, February 14, 1956 AlgAna (la.) Upper 0** Mttlfl*i-S Mason City Invitational, which was held Saturday, Feb. 4. Thirteen teams were entered in the Mason City event, with Arlington taking lirst place, Al- fjoin second and IS.sthPrvilie third. Dick Vipond also placed third in the cxlcmnbrancous event held Friday night at Mason City. To date, the local team, which is coached by Richard Palmer, has won 23 and lost nine in lop- flight competition. UDM Classifieds Pay Mr and Mrs Sam McClcish entertained a card party Friday evening at their home. Prizes went to Mrs Wilfred Radig high and h>w to Mrs Gerald Radig and high for men to Roy Bierle and low to Ralph Bierstcdt. Travel went to Wilfred Radig. Mrs E. M. Jensen entertained a birthday party Saturday evening for Mrs Roy Jensen with the following present, Mesdames Angus Cotton. W. J. Cotton, A. A. Kruger, E. A. Lee, Don Houck and Art Priebe. / Mrs George Peltit is a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Miss Tcna Jensen, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen were guests Friday evening at the Roger Jonsen home in honor of the birthdays of Katliy Jensen, Mrs Roy Jensen and Roger Jensen. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and Jane, Mrs Henry Tie-man and Mrs Art Tieman -attended a golden wedding of a sister ' of Mrs Henry Tieman of Reynolds, Ind. last Sunday. Dinner guests Sunday at the Gerald Raciig home were Mr and- Mrs Harold Gross and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and David, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Alex Radig of Fenton and Gene Radig of Iowa City, Dr. and Mrs Leroy Hendrickson and Glenn of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Glenn Bertn- son and family of Paulina. The Idle Hour club met recently at the home of Mrs M. O. Richards with Mrs Albert Shascr assisting. Mrs Amey Chcrland and Mrs Dave Weber hud charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Dale Schrocder and Susan were supper guests Tuesday evening at the home of her mother, Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Sunday Mrs Hurlburt visited at ihe trej Ruth home at 3\vea City. Mrs Carlos Engclby and daughter Cheryl Ann spent from Wednesday till hricuiy at iho parental Kmi! Person home. Thursday evening dinner guests included Carlos Engelby and Mr and Mrs b.laun uuncan anu oov? of Fenuin. Mrs Leslie Johnson, Sue Ann anil Mark and David and Mrs Maude Bbr.chard spent Saturday visiting at thu- All red Scluilt/ home at OttOM-n. Mr a:i-l Mrs Wiiiard TiKimpson and family were dinner guesis, Sunday at the Wayne L>;H.-II home. and Mrs Man; ice \Veisbrod hiir.'ly sp<-m i-'riday uVe- ••nvgc Rohlin, A. M. Kollasch, Eddie Anderson, Albert Ander son and Vernon Bo£s. j'h» president, Mrs Jean Taguc presided at the meeting, and the hostesses served refreshmnts. John O'Neil, 99, Rites, Livermore Livermore — Funeral services for John O'Neil,'who passed away at an Iowa City hospital Monday evening, were held Thursday morning at Sacred Heart Church. The requiem mass was said by Father 1VM. Sturm. Burial took place at Mount Calvary cemetery, south of town. Mr O'Neil is survived by four brothers, Cornelius of Syracuse. New York; Dennis of Winnebago, Minn.; Edward of Fail-field, Calif, and Daniel of Livermore, and one sister, Mrs George Davis' of Livermore. Pallbearers were Edward Hansen, Eugene and Bernard Hanifan, Pelc Sweeney, Frank Devine and George Foth. To Job In Dallas Swea City—Jim Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson Andersons Oaks, left Wednesday, Feb. 8, for Dallas, Texas, where he will be employed as radio mechanic for the Braniff Air Line. Jim has served two years in the U.S. Army, and atlended R.C.S. school in New York. STAMP PADS, stamps, daters. etc. Des Moines Pub. Cc ink, rubbei at the Upper , office supply R Crowding U We're Loaded with Trade-ins Due To Our "LONG DEALING"! So, we are going to clear these out during Dollar Days Only — Thursday, Friday and Saturday - with some really "LONG DEALING" on trade-ins! PARTIAL LISTING: Accepted 12-Used, Modern Ranges including gas, combination, electric, and as usual are fully reconditioned and guaranteed. •14-Uscd Mcsyr&g Washers fully r=condilicned and guaranteed. A number of these era really late models with same s\izranlee Ar, a new one. 3 — Cfofhers Dryers Used, lated models. Upright Freezer Nearly new. 1 — Anker Zig-Zag Console sewing machine, exchanged on new Anker automatic, only 1 yr. old. 1-White Rotary Portable Sewing Machine, cml only 6 months, exchanged on a new While automatic Zig-Zag. - Late Model Domestic Used Desk Sewing Machine 2 - Easy Spindriers Used, like new. VACCUUM CLEANERS Several used Hoover, G. E. & Electrolux AUTOMATIC WASHERS Several late models and older ones, ioo. Our Service Dept. Has Thoroughly Checked & Okayed these Appliances A Phone 1151 SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. West of Kent Motor Co. ss/s////^^^ YOURS FOR THE COST OF A MEDIUM-PRICE CAR.., THE BIGGER, MORE POWERFUL CHRYSLER WINDSOR ¥81 ng at the Clareni" Mr and Mrs Lyle nily v.O! ests at the 1:1 Alg K.nil'1 horn;' Marlow and .- buiiila.v UIP.UM Chiron. -c Mai'umtie! Sunday dinner gues Al Values to $25.00. Dollar Days Only. Mr Mai •>• dinn iipino Mr Doris ut L);;k' Woi;o \Vt'd;iosiJay ico \\'oisbr Mr lillll IHHIll lu!a Ml:i • , ;O K voi i 1 1 slt'.V. ; ! s ; ; t ' - 1 ( .MO Mr liU'.i t t • i . iiil-.t lilll! • r and M: ; ;y. AlhT- , ;id J.i'-.- d i.iinily. i M.idi.«-.c)ii _>re SuniL.y ihn Muiu-n Katli and I:' alld :Vi»"S n;i,r >J)(.MI! \\\-.- ."Ma,;: 1 M. O. Hii-hard.; IKMIU- \v^r.? W ,.!!•• Mi - K:,\-in,ind W'. bb and -:i,! ,,- Ii,:i:,!v,!;,! ;i !ui Mr anu Mr x.-nn^'.ii !vu'h,:i'i-|.> ;:n i liiily. Suiiitay altrrn »>n i-all!. l |-.s at tli •'.V.iltrf 'n.<i,npM'i> 1,'iin: 1 v: <•••(.'' :\i ir. -I Ml.-; Alb; i-t I'aviU. JUMV ai, Ji)|,n ,,! Al insM'".'!- ;i.i;fi Mr an Mr.. l-'ii':l \\i'^c:'f <.''• A..U"iia ">;•• ur.il Mrs A'ii. r! Mitchell , • j • ( ;'<:,'.,.: r il i.-fi S.'tu. ' la.V o'.'iM) 1 • i ' . t ' , , 1 1 . .' . ; .' '. :-in'ri -.\' Mi aivl .'.Irs IJw-nv II 1 o .if MI'' Iain! i;-' ul Bui t •>'• Mr and Mis SclNifi Nel.icm a:i ^.i'.^ dl (.'ylir.'.uT. t THE YEAR > AHEAD CAR! arvi Mrs Cia!.- B-. iiiily s[joni Sund.,.\- ,t the limn" ul' M".- ut and Mr.- Ji.ino Calvin ILui;,-: id..'' I in-.. 3 New Members, Swea Auxiliary .WITH MORE NEW CAR FEATURES THAN ANY COMPETITIVE CAR louses V-2 Price Broken Sizes and Styles. Dollar Days Only! .llllllltoli^iiHIljIiilliililililili/iliiiiilM Here's dramatic proof that Chrysler has more that's new than all other competitive cars combined! New in 1956 Major style changes Longer body New Pushbutton Drive Control* New Revolutionary Brake System Hi-Fi Record Player* Increased Horsepower Instant Heating System' Chrysler YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Comparably priced Car "B" NO NO NO NO NO YES no Comparably priced Car "0" NO NO NO NO NO YES NO Comparably priced Car "M" NO YES NO NO NO YES NO 'Optional at ^inall extra cast And the other 3 cars still do not have full-time power steering and the airplane-type V-8 engine . . . major advances which Chrysler has had for years! No wonder Chrysler shows the biggest gains of any fine car,,. No wonder Chrysler trade-in value /s at an all-time high* See the new,,, "PowerSty/e* CHRYSLER BIGGEST BUY OF AU. FINE CARS Our "Quality 1st" Used Can are the beit Used Cad in town —only gt the Chrysler "Sign gf Quality." L Motors onaS - Phone 595 ENTER THE $150/000 LUCKY MOTOR NUMBER SWEEPSTAKES AT YOUR CHRYSLER-PIYMOUTH OEAUR'S

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