The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Julius Bollig Rites, Monday, Af Bancroft Funeral services were held Sat-, urday morning at St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft, for Julius W. Bollig. Father J. H Schultes celebrated the Requiem High Mass. Pallbearers were Mike Kennedy, Armstrong, Joe Kennedy Fairmont, Herman Studer, Wesley, Joe Crowley, Sr., Wilbur Fox and Joe Murray. The Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. Mr Bollig died Wednesday, July 3rd at Holy Family hospital, Esthcrville. He was a patient foi medical treatment when he suffered a stroke on Monday. Mr Bollig had a light stroke four years ago, but had recovered and was in fairly good health until the last year. Julius William Bollig was born May 6, 1887 at Harlan, Iowa, .son of John Peter Bollig and Mary. Fritchen. He lived at Danbury until 1896 when he came to Sen-" eca. On April 13, 1910 he was married to Clara Frances Smith at Danbury. They operated the Seneca Store from. 1912 to 1919, and farmed at Seneca until 1950 when they built a home in Bancroft and moved here. He is survived by his wife, and ten children: Mrs Clarence (Camilla) Metzger, Algona; Howard. Fen ton; Mrs John (Maxine) Metzger, Esthcrville; Mrs H e n r y (lone) Irmiter, Armstrong; Gordon, Bancroft; Kenneth, Armstrong; Donald, Fenton; Mrs Cletus (Donna Jean) Mueller, Whilte- more; Gene, Fenton; Mrs Louis (Betty Ann) Kollasch, Whittemore; also the following brothers and sisters: Carl Bollig, Frank Bollig, and Mrs Muyme Lentsch all of Cornl'rey, Minn, and Bon Bollig, Ogdcm, Utah, 34 grandchildren and one great grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Anthon sister Kate, Mrs Fcrd Linenkamp and three infant sisters. Mr Bollig had served 2.6 years on the Seneca school board and as president of that body. He vva- on the AAA Board at AJgona" six years, and the Bancroft Town Council two years. He was a member of Father Hunt Council of the Knights of Columbus, and took an active interest in community affairs. A large group of out of town relatives and friends attended .he services. fr*** 1 ****''*'*^^ ° N cfAZEf ;; At Valley Forge Ronnie Tschettcr and Robert Percival are now at Valley Forge at the national Scout camp, but bafore they left they rode out the early July -4th storm at the Fort Dodge encampment, without incident. All tents remained upright, so they were "prepared" At Music Workshop Erna Daars, vocal music teacher at Burl, is among 100 seloc 1 - profoi-Kional musicians attending the Fred Waring Music Workshop at Delaware Gap, Pa. in a six-day concentrator! course in music. WE'RE GOING TO Costume Jewelry 44c Assorted Summer Styles in Necklace's Bracelet & Earrings Mens Dress Shirts 99c Reg. 2.98 - All Are Soiled -- Broken Sizes <> «: MENS SUMMER SUITS Dacron Blend - Free Alteration 38 To 44 16.88 Mens Straw Hats Values To 2.98 Sizes 6'/s to 7% Bath Towels 37c Famous DunOee Stripe Pattern 20 x 40 - Save Boys Stretch SOCKS 3 pr. $1 . Many Patterns To ' Choose From — Buy Several and Save. Mens Nylon Shirts $2 Reg. 3.95 Long Sleeve Dress Shirts — Only 12. Better Hurry and Save. ONE RACK LADIES DRESSES $5 & $6 Values to 10.95 - Save 50% Dressy Summer Styles —> Hurry LADIES HANDBAGS 1.00 1.66 2.66 All Reduced — Attractive Bags In Summer Whites and Pastels Attention Ladies With Small Feet NYLONS 44c Sizes 8</2 and 9 Only Mens Neckties 25c V/e Can't Sell These 'Dogs" For One Dollar :- How about 25 cents. Boys Sport Shirt Short Sleeves 88c Washable Cotton For Cool Summer Comfort Sizes 8 to 18 - ladies dress gloves Your Choice of White, Blue, Pink, Beige or Black Ladies Belts 50c Several Styles & Colors To Choose From Ladies Rayon Panties 29c Sizes 5-6-7 White & Pastels Ladies Mocs Several Colors All Washable Sizes 5 to 9 ___ ^_ _ _ ___ _ —— —— X ^ '-'• ^ :< ^ TWO DAYS ONLY! 166 and 167 DAZE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (BETTER KNOWN AS FRIDAY & SATURDAY) Buys So Good Sesnta Brings 'em To You And In The Store SANTA Here's Santa's Schedule Wearing His Own SHORT: FREE CANDY While Santa's In The Store Friday - 10:30 - 11:30 A.M. 2:30 - 3:30 P.M. 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. Saturday- 10:30 - 3:30 P.M. 2:30 - 3:30 P.M. There's Still Some Snow On These ! GRAB BOXES Tired of grab bags ? Every box here worth one dollar — some worth $14.95. Many valued at five or ten dollars. Santa AUCTION Yer Besf Chance To Pick a Santa Gift Fri., Sat: 2:30 - 3;30 Where There Will Be a Special Santa Display Window o:o0<^^ ;.; == 5=5;.;£=.;.; =^. : . : ^;.; ^^;.; ^ : . : ^ : . ; _ -.: •—..: :; ..: •-...- •> h_ T - -: ^.V'-'''-:;^J^OCM^ojc^ooooCv^ .--.-«• . , , , j : ^;^__ .•, .-_.._ m - f ^-.--^ ,•„ ~^~-^ ,«, "-;--•=— l* f .-^H - *«^ -~2± : ~ *j* 'j™-~ * m "l :££-. »"" ^S^ *% iSL^'X 5=^—^ *•* S^H-.* =:——:',• 'Z££~ *.• '^^=V MR. S CUUS ~ (N PERSON I (Wearing TH« New

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