The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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{ta.) Uppfef Oes MoltiM Tuesday, March 20, 1956 Illitiemore Youths To Be Confirmed Whitlemorfe — Thirteen members of this years confirmation class were questioned in the Sunday morning service by the Rev. P. G. Weinhold, local pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church. This class will be confirmed in the morning services on Palm Sunday. They are Eldon Ray Meyer, Warren Wood, Craig mann, Allen Zumach. Marjorie , . Behnke, Setty Berninghaus, Lorrain Butzke, Mary Fouss, Ellen Maahs, Donna Ostwald, Shirley Simmonson, Ann Vaudt. anc Hilrrta Weiss. News Of Servicemen Army Pvt. Roland Berkland son of Mr and Mrs Amos Berkland, north of Whittemore, arrived in Korea, recently. He is a clerk typist in the unit. He entered the army in 1955. He arrived in the far east last month. He graduated in high school in 1952. and also attended Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert received a call from their son Peter, who is in submarine service at New London. Conn. He has been selected to go to an atomic school. He will began school July 13 for six months at New London, and six months either at New York, or Idaho. Mr and Mrs Henry Krouger accompanied by William Busch and Mrs Louis Braatz attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Carl Busch of Mason City last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Eiesle entertained a group of relatives at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Sarah Schwartzenbach, mother of Mrs Eisele on her 81st birthday. The guests included Mr and Mrs Thomas Miller of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs. Albert Sch- wartzenbach and daughter Karen of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters Marybeth and Ann. Mr and ' Mrs .Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce of here and their daughter, Mrs Jerry McKean and son Gary, and daughter Jill of Algona visited at .the home of the former's son and family Mr and Mrs James Kuecker in Sioux City Sunday. Martin Wagner of Warrihgton, Wash., was a Thursday evening visitor at the-home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock, and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of here were entertained at cards at the Arthur Heidenwith home Tuesday eve. Wednesday evening 'Visitors were Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle. On Thursday evening Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Agnes Schipporeit were entertained 'at pinochle at the Hei- Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz re ceived word that a son was borr to Rev 1 , and Mrs Erwin Vaudt o Ada, Minn., they now have family of five children. The South Side Card Club sur prised Mrs Anna •Wehrspann on her 80th birthday last week Mon day night. High prize was won by Elda Baas, low by Mus John llhlenhake and travel by Mr Henry Wichtendahl. Mrs -Thomas Dunphy entered the Lutheran hospital at For Dodge, and underwent surgery oh Tuesday. She is well on the road of recovery. Mr and Mrs Erwin Sicms, William Meyev Sr., Mi' and Mrs Otto Bell, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited ly Meyer, with Mrs Willjam Meyer Sr. anc Zimmer- Thomas Dunphy Friday. Both are patients in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely enter- takied Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of here, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and children of Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlburt of Clear Lake, at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and son Paul, and Mr and Mrs parole following conviction sev- ed with Mi- and Mrs Melvin A. Elbert, ot Lake View, Sunday. Mr and Mrs William Madsen and daughter Roseanne, Shirley •foldren and Dora Bierstedt o Algona, Mr and Mrs Ferdinanc Ostwald, and Mrs Carl Ostwald and Mr and Mrs Cyril Wagner and daughters of here visitec with Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Martin Ostwald were • evening callers. The occasion was the .birthday of Theodore Ostwald. Mr and Mrs Raymond Abbas and family of Grundy Center, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Simon Elbert. * , OMN ffllDA T A N» SATURDAY NIQHTS , • QPIM fRlDAY, AND SATURDAY NIGHfS « denwitH's. Mr and Mrs Arnold Koll'asch are the parents of a son born last week. They now have a family of four children. Dick Carr New Gas Co. Manager Appointment of Dick Carr as manager of the local North Central Public Service Co. office in Algona was announced recently by company officials. Carr, who has been distribution superintendent since coming to Algona from Fort Madison in Sept. 1954, was named to*replace Jerry Donovan, who had been manager here since April 21, 1954. Donovan will headquarter out of the St. Paul office of North Central Public Service, and his new position includes a variety of duties.. He came to Algona from Dubuque. Mr Carr has been with the company for ten years. He was born, raised and attended school at Farmington. After serving 32 months in the U. S. Navy, he was employed by the gas company.^He was in x the service department for six jtears and sales manager before coming to Algona from Fort Madison. Carr is married and has a.son, Ronnie, 9, and daughter, Sandra, A young man with his feet on the ground is more valuable than an old man with his feet on the desk. ^f"^^|f^^^"B^^I^B^^ v -r^-;^ •"•'•-••'• •^•W^M^K^ •'•P^h»l^«y-:.;;-.'<' : -'x-. ; ?.. 1953 BUICK TWO-DOOR SPECIAL" - TU-TONE COLOR $1000 If You Wish To Set and Drive This Car During Evening Hours, Phone 395-J and J Will Bring It Tp You. ^""~ — We Always Pop For The Coffee — o z a ec O K *^ffi|ft[ WPAI ,ANiD, SATURDAY NIGHTS :l^*_J>ggOS!°!*L^.M*: -fer*-^*v.'fe,^ s ;;-;.v •";;••.••?.<••;; [ \. •.••.••:::-"•• ? ...'.. ' / : •-:••'-. SAT URi I CHOCOLATE Nacshmallow! Rabbits FOR CHOCOLATE - COVERED Marshmallow Eggs FOR ff FLOUR SACKS l6o Lb. 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For Those Who Missed It Last Time 800 YARD SPOOL Sewing Thread WARE This is naTy SIZE 50 - WHITE OR BLACK quality thread, made especially for the vina m&cninefl if will ««* w«.& i i-» i« ALUMINUM KETTLE With , Cover — Four Quart — CAKE PAN and COVER The large Size I WHISTLING TEA KETTLE In Handy 5/ze 98c 94c 79c SNACK BOWL SET - 5 Bowls f AQ in Colored Aluminum liUv / RANG! SET Salt & Pepper Q0A Shakers with Drip Container. vOC CEMETERY WREATHS AND VASES 1,79 to 3,98 Also Floral Basks. 1.49 to 1,98 LANGMACK OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS OPEN FJUPAT ANP IATUBDAY NIGHTS BEN FRANKLIN

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