The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1965 · Page 3
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Titonka Club Plans A « *i*a. . k 'Christmas Fair, Dec. 2 |V. ;; s the .Titonka Federated Club is sponsoring a Christmas Fair •to be held Thursday, December 2, at the Good Hope Lutheran jchur6h in Titonka, this year's theme is "Christmas Treasures." ' There will be displays in numerous categories, including religious, jcookies, cakes, bread, novel gifts, gift wraps and cards, gifts [made by children, door decorations, outdoor decorations, table i sittings, centerpieces and tablecloths, placecards, place mats, •Christmas candles and candle holders, Christmas stockings, tree •skirts, aprons, Christmas arrangements, tree ornaments, house •^decorations, holiday corsages, miniature trees, etc, ! Residents of the surrounding communities are urged to parti- jcipate in this free event, both by entering displays and by attending :the Fair, which will open for viewing at 1:30 p. m. and continue jopen until 9:30 p. m, The program "The Miracle of Christmas" |will begin at 7:30 p. m. ; Exhibitors are asked to bring their entries to the church jbasement from 9:00 to 11:00 a, m. on Thursday, Those bringing •cookies or candy for display are asked to include their recipe. ;Food items should be arranged for display and covered with ISaran Wrap before being entered, ', Exhibits will be released after 9:30 p. m. and must be removed then, or arrangements made with the Fair chairmen, ! Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Lyle Patterson ,or Mrs. Wilbur Sexton, co-chairmen of the Fair. Olga Maiand Passes Here; Funeral Today Mrs. Olga Maiand, 77, formerly of Elmore, died at St. Ann hospital here Tuesday morning. She had been a resident of pood Samaritan Home here since 1962. Funeral services for Mrs. Maiand will be held today (Thursday) in the Methodist church at Elmore, with Wicks Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Burial will also be at Elmore. She was raised at Elmore and her husband, Joe Maiand, was an executive at radio station WHO, Des Moines, prior to his death mode o'daiy HITS THE RIGHT NOTE FOR EASIER GIFT SHOPPING! OUR LAYAWAY PLAN IS ALWAYS— available to you — convenient to use — without a penny's extra charge we have yummies and goodies from 99 cents all the way up to a 25.00 splurge! MODE O'DAY FROCK SHOP JO RUARK. OWNER Is it not fitting that in this Thanksgiving season—so reminiscent of our origins—we should be mindful of our heritage and the trust it imposes on us? Orlflnjl wood enjnvlng by P. Brunei-Smith Home Federal Savings & Loan Association HOME LOANS TO BUILP, PURCHASE OR REMODEL 4% Current Earning! All accounts Fully Injured to $10,000 Save frpm the 15th — Eem from the First AUGQNA Since 1917 : 10WA in 1948. After his death, she resided at Minneapolis and Elmore. The Malands had no children. Only immediate survivors are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maiand, Elmore, brother-in-law and sister-in-law, and a niece. United Fund Is Nine Percent Short Of Goal According to Jim Kolp, president of the United Fund here, 91 percent of the local goal of $15,300 has been paid or pledged to date by local residents and business places. It was pointed out by Mr. Kolp that it is still possible for those not contacted during the drive or persons wishing to contribute more to the drive - to send contributions to Mrs. John Hopkins, 114 South Colby street, Algona. If the drive should fall short of its goal, it would mark the first time in its history here that the amount sought had not been obtained. Should the final total be short, the 13 causes involved would wind up getting their proper percentage of the money, instead of the full amount. Algona Man Bound Over; OMVI Charged Martin Kern, Algona, waived preliminary hearing of an OMVI charge in Mayor Bill Finn's court this week and was bound over to district court. He was arrested following a 2-car mishap here Saturday evening. Roy A. King, Jr., Massena, was fined $25 for Intoxication; Burville J. Bradford, Algona, $10, failing to stop for a school bus; Albert Wittmus, Ledyard, $10 improper use of registration; Terry Ann Cook, Algona, $5 no driver's license. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Brother Passes Mrs. Everett Witham, Bancroft, received word of the death of her brother, Lewis Lowman, 59, at Portland, Oregon. Mr. Lowman died Nov. 14 of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife, the former Alta Nickerson, two sons, one daughter, one brother and two sisters, Mrs. ' Ray -smithy" Wesley;" and Mrs." Witham. Funeral services will be held Sat. at Mcfullough Funeral Chapel here. Released At Hospital LONE ROCK - David Lynch, Jr. has been released from St. Ann hospital after treatment and recuperation from losing three •fingers on his left hand in an elevator chain while unloading corn at home. Seek $435 One case was filed in district court here Tuesday. Farmers Mutual Hail Ins. Co. of Iowa, plaintiff, is seeking settlement of a promissory note for $435.41 with Alfred Grill, defendant. Hunters Fined Two hunters paid fines and costs in Justice Milton Norton's court here this week after their arrests by Bill Easier, County Conservation officer. They were Roger Meissner, Elmore, hunting water fowl during closed season, $25; and John Scrignoli, Des Moines, assembled gun in car, $10. The annual publication of the current Kossuth County delinquent tax list will be officially made in the Upper Des Moines next week. 1961 OLDSMOBILE 98, 4 Dr. Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Pwr. Strg., Pwr. Brakes, Whitewall Tires. Sharp! . . , Save $$$ of Dau's Oldsmobile and Rambler PEANUT DAY HEhE THIS WEEKEND Final arrangements have been completed for "Peanut tVt*" to be held Friday ami Sfctuulay, November 19 and 20 at Frederick Hardware in Algona. Free peanuts will be served visitors and instead of paying for treats, customers may place contributions for the mentally retarded children in Iowa in special containers provided for the purpose. The proceeds will be donated to the Iowa Association for Retarded Children. More than a thousand hard ware stores of the IRHA throughout the state will participate. Local Union In Hi, Mom Call Program Over 1,000 free phone calls to servicemen overseas including some from the hottest trouble spots of Viet Nam, will be made this year under the ninth annual "Hi, Mom" program sponsored by the Communications Workers of America. Dale Gilbaugh, steward of CWA Local 7106 of which Algona is a part, said yesterday his unit is one of hundreds of CWA Locals in all parts of the county which will be sponsoring free calls. Describing CWA as "the community-minded union," Gilbaugh said the "Hi, Mom" program is one of several civic projects carried out throughout the year by the union. Local 7106 this year will be financing two calls. Families wishing to win a free call should write their name, address, telephone no. and relation of person they wish to call. Cards or letters should be sent to Dale Gilbaugh, 203 So. Minn. St., Algona, no later than Dec. 1. Anyone with a son, daughter, husband, or sweetheart overseas will be considered. The committee will draw the name's Dec. 3. The two families selected for the calls will be notified. 4-H Program 1JU.V ~~THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL F»nton, Iowa Experienctd Embqlmert end Funeral Director! RtliabU 24 Hogr Ambulanct Servict v Funtrel May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Phone» PlNTON 33 RINGSTEO 21001 21006 20216 >!) t ••• hs'pp farm Bureau t M'M 1'ivif Center arid the "soi't.'d ,i program. Linda and Bonila Kiilsholm gave •it ;>;i their trip to Wash, I). C., Dick Leigh ajid '1 Kulsliolm sjave a dem- 'i'Mi, Mary Lou Nitchals MII Ann Dcdds presented ; Go" anil Patty and Kathy us dPinonstrated clever oni plastic bottles, followed i9shm<;nt.s. ii<, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper 0«* Busy Slate Ku.'rdale Rustelers )-H clubs have si-v»ral activities coming i'!'. Tin 1 first is Award Night N»v. 18 at St. Joe hall; a skating party with the public invited at Aliioria Nov. 19; regular meet- im;, Nov. 20 at 1:30 p. m. ; and 4-11 banquet Dec. 12. 316 Get Aid A total of 316persons received various types of government aid in Kossuth county in October, a state report just released indicates. There were 156 on old ago assistance, 80 received medical aid, 61 were i^iven aid to dependent children, seven aid to the blind, and three aid to the disabled. The total sum in assistance for the month was $32,189.00. AT FREDERICK HARDWARE FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 19-20 EAT ALL THE FREE PEANUTS YOU DESIRE THROW THE HUSKS ON THE FLOOR HELP IOWA'S MENTALLY RETARDED BY MAKING DONATIONS The Cape of Good Hope is at the foot of South Africa. ALGONA COMING SOON FINAL HEARING ON SALE OF REAL ESTATE There will be a final hearing on the sale of the real estate described as follows: The East Half (El/2) of Section.,,..Thirteen (13), Tpwnshlp^, .Ninety-eight (98) North;- Ranges*., Tweny-seven (27) West of the ';!• 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, containing 320 acres more or "' less, at the Courthouse in the Courtroom in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 23rd day of November, 1965, at 10 a. m. 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