The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
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February 1' 1, 1956 Jfflometf * j M. I. McEnroe, 84, Dies, Alabama Funeral services for M. L. McEnroe, 84. who was a Kossutri county resident prior to moving ,to Alabama 25 years ago, were held Jan. 7 at Daphne, Alabama, in St. Charles Catholic churcH, \vith Father Howard officiating at the Mass. Mr McEnroe had spent the past year in a rest home at Fairhope, Alabama. He died of cancer of the ftomach, Jan. 3, 1956. Michael L. McEnroe was born June 15, 1871, a son of Mr and Mrs Owen McEnroe, one of the early pioneer families of Plum Creek township. He farmed for a number of years in Plum Creek ty;p. but for the past 25' years had made his home in Alabama. His wife, Laura, preceded him in death in 1951. Surviving are orte son, Leslie, of Algona, who attended the rites, two stepsons, Melvin Olson of Algona and Ervin Olson of Wesley, and a brother, James E, McEnroe of Algona. Pallbearers were C 1 a b o'r n Champion, Sam Calaway, Bill Dumiam, Riley Harris, Leland Middelton and David Tuberville, all of Loxley, Alabama. Town & Country Club, St. Benedict, Met February 1 St, Benedict— On Wednesday. Feb. 1 Town and Country Club members dined at the home of Mrs George Grein. In midmorning the group gathered there and Lucille Kutschara and Elizabeth Seller, the leaders who had previously taken the lesson explained and prepared the one to be eaten that day. Mrs Nick Arndorfer and Dorothy Arndorfer were two very busy ladies. Butchering was in full, bloom but they were not too'busy to motor over to get in on this good meal. Two other ladies, Mrs Jack Ludwig and Mrs Leo Ludwig, dined with the group as they were busy helping with the meat process. Harriet Simons had' a free day and saw to it that Nick, Jack, Spur, Roman Arend and Leo Youngwirth fared okay at Nitfk's. The next meeting of this club will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs Phil Arndorfer and the husbands get in on this one. We'll put. the latter in the basement to play cards while We women hold our meeting plus having our us ual good time. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer went to Garner Sunday, Feb. 5 for an afternoon's visit with Mick's sister, Sister De Sales who % teaches at Garner. Another Sister' of Wells, Minn, had come to'visit jnd had arrived 10 or 15 minutes before Nick and Stella. This was Mrs Albert 'Carman whose son, Harold George was also there. Mrs Joe.Hanig visited recently at the Clarence Siemer, the Bernard Capesius and Phil Arndorfer homes. She had accompanied Peter and'Lula Ammann to Wesley for the George Hanig funeral and had been at the. Philip Arntforfer home scarcely a day and'learned of George Ludwig's death. She remained for this, 'oo. Mrs Hanig returned with the Ammann's who live not.too far from Ackley. Mr and Mrs Dean Hoffman and children, Pam and Debbii: spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividendi Let These Friendly ALGONA EATING PLACES SERVE YOU CHROME CAFE Junction Hi ways 169 it 18 North of Algona 169 SUPPER CLUB •South of Algona one mile on Hi way 169 ' • HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP South Courthouse Square DINETTE Across from Kent Motor'Co. DERMAND'S CAFE In the heart of the business district MAID-RITE COFFEE SHOP GROTTE'S CAFE East Courthouse Square Northeast of Algona Theater OLGA'S DIAGONAL CAFE On Diagonal St. KATE & JEAN'S CAFE South of Courthouse Square FRANK & EM'S CAFE On Hiway 18 Northeast Part of Algona JOHNSON HOUSE On Hiway 169 Southeast part of VAN'S CAFE Junction Hi ways *169 & 18 North of Algona Total Seating Capacity 1,000 In Double Wedding, Jan. 17, At St. Joe Mr and Mrs Merlyn Altman and Mr and Mrs Harold Berle, married at St. Joe during a double wedding ceremony January 17, are shown in the above photo with members of the bridal party. .. Shown, left to right, in front are Mrs Allman, the former Susanna Berte, and Mrs Harold Berte, the former Shirley Bird. Back row, left to right, are Robert Altman who served as best man for his brother; Amanda f Berte, who was bridesmaid for her sister; Merlyn Altman; Harold Berte; Jeanine Bird, who was bridesmaid for her sister; and Ernest Berte, who was his brother's best man. The new Mrs Altman is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Berte and the new Mrs Berte is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Bird of Fort Dodge. Fr. Leo Schumacher officiated at the double ceremony in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) On Anti-Sub Sub Peter J. Elbert, engineman 2nd class, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Earl H. Elbert of Route 2, Whilte- more, returned to New London, Conn., Feb. 6 aboard the antisubmarine submarine USS Cavalla which completed a 12-day cruise to the Caribbean. The cruise included a three day visit to Nassau in the Bahamas and one day at Norfolk, Va. The family of Herbert Hoover, 3lst President of the U. S., came to West Branch, Iowa, 18 years before his birth. '"'..'••. ZZZ12 /or only '2437 00 W HY hold back from the fun and thrill and pride of bossing a Buick—when you can boss such a big gnd strapping beauty for the price of a smaller car? Hard to believe? Listen,.. If you can afford any new car, you can afford this brawny Buick SOCIAL Sedan —for a very simple reason. This Buick is priced within a few dollars of the well-known smaller cars — and actually costs /t'v.v than pome models of those very same cars. (The price we show here proves that.) Want more proof? For two years in « row now, Buick has outsold every other car In America except two of llioxe iccll-knuwn smaller cam. And you can bet your bottom dollar that it takes bedrock prices to stay in tha Top 3 of the nation's best sellers. But even that isn't the whole story- nut by a long shot. Folks are buying Bnicks in record numbers because they find in these big beauties a lot more automobile for the money. They find here more styling freshness and distinction—more snap and ginger and power thrill—more coin-fort and luxury—more ride stability and steadiness—and more structural solidity and pure automobile thao the same money buys elsewhere. •2-Door, 6-Passenger Buick SPECIAL Sedan, Mode! 48, illustrated. Any state and local taxes, additional. Prices may vary slightly in adjoining communities. A wide variety of extra- cost equipment and accessories available at your option. So if you want to move into the blg» car travel world at a small-car price — if you want to have the time of your motoring life with the lift and lilt and pride and prestige of a beautiful new liuick as your very ow»- what's holding you back? Drop in on us right quick—tomorrow, maybe? — and we'll show you tha biggest bundle of high-powered Buick ever offered in America's low- price field. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE IUIIT IUICK Will IUILP THEM 105 N. Hall St. BRANDT BUICK Algona,

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