The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 6
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6-Algona (lo.) Upper DM Moines Thursday, Nov. 7, 1*957 Mrs Kollasch, Swea City, Rites Monday Swea City — Swea (Titian? wore shocked by the unexpected dfi'th Friday of Mrs A. M. Koll- nsoh. 53. who died of a cerebral hemorrhage in the afternoon at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs Kollasch is the wife of Tony Kollasch, a member of the county board of supervisors. She had been helping a? a substitute teacher the past week, and became ill while her pupils were at lunch. Mrs Kollasch was born Lillian Benesh. near Wallingford. She attended rural grade school, Estherville high school and Iowa State Teachers college. She was married in 1932 to Bert Reuland, at Estherville. He died in 1941. In 1951 she married A. M. Kollasch. Survivors beside her husband include two sons, Donald Reu- Jand, Underwood, la., and James Reuland, a student at Estherville Junior college; four step-children, Maurice Kollasch, Swea City, Anthony Kollasch, Ledyard, Mrs Ed Kling, Santiago, Calif, and Mrs Jerry Beavins, Louisville, Ky . Three sisters and a brother also survive. They are Miss Amelia Benesh, Mrs Joe Brinkman, and Frank Benesh, all of Estherville, and Mrs Lloyd Cohea, Bricksdale, Colo. Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Patrick's church, Estherville. The Rev. James Duhigg officiated. Burial was in Estherville. Ship Maple Logs From Ottosen An unusual occurrence for this part of the country is to see carloads of logs being shipped away. Yet that very thing is happening in Ottosen. Maple logs, which are being cut along the Des Moines river, west of Ottosen are being shipped to Marshfield, W4s. Two carloads have already been shipped and it is expected that a total of 8-10 carloads will leave Ottosen by rail. Bordwell Rites At Livermore Funeral services for Harry C. Bard well. 64. of Liveimore were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bo.eaard Funeral Home in Humboldt. The Rev. Worthie Usher, pastor of the Livermore and LuVerne Methodist churches officiated and burial was in Union cemetery at Livermore. Mr Bordwell died Sunday morning at University hospitals in Iowa City after a long illness. He was born Oct. 29, 1893, at Livermore and had resided there all his life. Surviving are his wife, Marie; six children; three brothers and four sisters — Louis and Albert Bordwell, Mrs Zeke Smith and Mrs Orville Riley, all of Livermore; Ace Bordwell of Alden, Minn.; Mrs Lawrence McPherson of Dakota City; and Mrs William Funk of Algona. Bancroft Acts In Court Tangle H. J. McNertney, attorney for the Bancroft Town Council and the Bancroft Park Board, filed an Entry of Appearance with the Clerk of the Kossuth County,District Court in Algona in answer to the temporary injunction proceedings instigated Oct. 8 by five Bancroft taxpayers regarding the proposed Municipal Swimming Pool project for Bancroft. The next step in the proceedings will probably be to set the hearing date. The procedure opened Oct. 8 when W. E. Quinn, J. H. Menke, Albert Deitering, L. J. Nemmers and Lawrence Menke got a temporary injunction stopping the Bancroft Town Council and the Bancroft Park Board from proceeding further with the plans for a Municipal Swimming Pool. Under the law the defendants in the action had 20 days to answer the charges or the injunction would be made permanent. The complaintants in the court action object to the special election held August 27 and various other aspects of the proceedings regarding the Municipal Swimming Pool. Coupe originally referred to a carriage with seats for two persons inside and a seat for the driver outside. LOCALS Mrs Mildred Puit had as weekend guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Price of Sioux City. Ida BUsborough and her mother were visited Tuesday by the former's cousin, Mrs Clarence Golla of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Glenn Buriis had the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Dennis Kyhle of Britt, as guests Sunday. Walter Reid of Des Moines former resident here, is visiting relatives here and is staying at the home of his brother, Tom Reid. '• Mr aM Mrs Frank Butts were visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Butts of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Otto Schulit are being visited this week by their softiin-law and daughter, Mr and M^s George Smith and son Dennis of Davenport. Mr and Mrs Roger Christens** of Sioux City, are parents of a son whom they have named Rodney Scott born October 22. The mother j| the former Ruth Adams. "Mite 1 Tra Bonnette and granddaughter Linda, 7, have been very sick with flu. Mrs Bonnette was threatened with pneumonia and Linda was out of school two weeks. Mr and Mrs Eveiett Baldus and family plan to spend Saturday, Sunday and Monday at Newton with Mrs Soldus' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Jensen and twin daughters, Andrea and Christine. Mr and Mrs W. H. Brandow were at Fort Dodge Sunday to see their son Lloyd who is in the Lutheran hospital following surgery. He is making good recovery and will soon be dismissed. Eugene Montgomery has completed four years of service in the air corps, most of the time being spent at Edwards base, California. He has been released from service and is now at home with his grandmother, Mary Stainbrok. Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley and family have returned from a trip to Morton, 111., where they visited Mr and Mrs William Tjaden. While there they went through the pottery plant. From there they went to Springfield, 111., and visited the tomb and home of President Lincoln, thence to St. Louis, Mo., where they visited Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley Sr. They also went through the Libbet canning factory and saw pumpkin processed. Algernon Hurt Near Jefferson An Algona man, George Jergens, is hospitalized at Jefferson following a car-truck crash on highway 144 seven miles east and nine miles north of that city Monday. Mr Jergcns suffered severe bruises, head injuries, cuts and an injured leg in the mishap when the truck he was driving, owned by Everds Bros. Construction Co., collided with an auto driven by nn 83-year old man as the latter attempted a left turn across the highway. The other driver suffered minor injuries, was treated and released from the hospital. Mr Jergens will be released from the hospital within several days. He was employed on a road construction job by the Everds firm. Around Algona Mr and Mrs Henry Last and daughter, Pat went to Waukegan, 111. last week to be with the son. James who was seriously injured in a road construction accident. A grader he was driving tipped and fell on him. He is now recovering at his home in Kenosha, Wis. and his parents returned to Algona, Monday. James is married and has one child. Mr and Mrs Edward Adams are new residents of Algona. They have rented one of the Misbach apartments on State street. Mr Adams is an engineer. at the Wiedenhoff Corp. Mr and Mrs Charles Donell will move here soon from Minneapolis. They will live in the house recently built by Champ Martin. Mr Donell is also associated with the Wieden- hoff Corp. Mrs Grace Brechlbill received a phone call Tuesday from the Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, St. Paul, informing her that his mother, Mr.g- John Kuyper had passed away earlier that morning at her home in Blue Earth, Minn. Funeral services will be held there on Friday afternoon. Mrs Kuyper was known to many local people and had visited here several times when her son was pastor of the local Presbyterian- church. To TteJFirst Man In A * An Important Message From ZENDER'S You may think you will be riding righ — clear out of this world — in a machine that circles the earth. Well, we won't deny that, but dor£t look for a picnic, you in a sputnik, because there is no place you can go in a space suit and you may come back to earth with a jolt if you meet a man from Mars. SO Be prepared for the best .— go out into space well dressed — after all, since being confident is what counts, you'll know your appearance is right if you shop at ZendeKs right now where a full line of fall and winter clothing is on display — name brands like Kuppenheimer, Griffon, Clothcraft in tweeds, twists, flannels, and wools. Let science worry about the rest. And if you do meet that man from Mars, just tell him that qt Zender's he'll find real down to earth-prices and then, too, there's a collectioYi of clothing large enough to fit anybody in the solar system. WHERE" QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE .|^B ^fm T^jT CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS D»* Moines BLEACH Qt. 15c RAY'S RAY'S SEAL SWEET — 96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 10 For 49c FANCY EATMORE CRANBERRIES CALIFORNIA MISSION PUMPKIN I Lb. Bag 19c 303 Can 10c TRELLIS PEAS 303 Can 10c HAVANA CLUB — CRUSHED PINEAPPLE. 70z.Cn 9c PANTRY QUEEN REFRIGERATOR JAR SPANISH OLIVES FANCY CONTADINA — No. 2V4 can in syrup PEACHES 3 For 89c RAY'S TURKATHON Seven More Weeks To Go A FREE TURKEY, 10 pounds and oven ready, given away every Saturday noon for the next seven weeks — right up. to Christmas. Nothing to buy or save, Just come in and register. Last Saturday's winner — Mrs John Zalaznik of Algona. Next week it may be YOU! — FROZEN FOODS — DUNCAN HINES Meat Pies 5 for $1 MAC PAC FROZEN — 10 oz. pkg. CORN BOOTH TASTY LOIN BOOTH SLICED STRAWBERRIES Lb.39c 7c OFF - SOAP SAVER - 7c OFF GIANT OXYDOL 7c OFF CAMAY - 4 bar pkg 7e OFF Reg. TIDE - 2 box pkg.__ 7c OFF JOY — 2 can pkg 7c OFF MA BROWN ASSORTED PRESERVES_.JFor $1 Canada Dry HI-SPOT - King Size ..(for 25c ASSORTED COLORS KLEENEX-lCountPkg 3For79c FANCY KRAFT CARMELS...lib.Bag39c JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO.5Lbs, $1 RAY'S BAKING CORNER Jack Sprat Large 14 oz. pkg, Marshmallows. 2 for 45c Buster Fancy Nutmeats — 6V« OB. Pecan & Walnut.,,, 69c New Crop Bulk pitted — 2 Lbs. DATES 49c JACK SPRAT GUARANTEED FLOUR 10 Lbs 79c GOLDEN ~ 3 LB, CAN FLUFF0....83c Perch Fillets Ib. 29c Booth Fancy Round Breaded/ 10 01. pkg. • SHRIMP TRIMMED A RtADY MEATS FRESHLY GROUND Meant Per Cold Days HAM LOAF Lb. Fresh Dressed ROASTING CHICKENS PORK SALE IT'S ALL FRESH PORK Tenderloin End Chops Tenderloin End Roasts Lean Trimmed Cutlets Home Made Sausage All For Lb. ALL SIZES SPRING FRYERS and TURKEYS 1 PURITAN No. 1 Thick Sliced FRESH SOLID PACK OYSTERS HORMEL'S COOKED SALAM Lb. All Cuts VIAL LAMB

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