*-Al0ona (la.) Upp«f DM Mo(n*i Thursday, Feb. % 196t AlmedaFryOf Ringsted Dies; Funeral Held Mrs. Alnicda Fry, 77, Ringsted, died at 7:15 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family hospital in Es>thervilie where she had been a patient since suffering a stroke Thursday. She had been a resident of the Good Samaritan rest home in Estherville since the death of her iH'isband in 1956. She was born J. Almeda Lynn r\ April 2, 1883 at Stratford, la. She married Willis T. Fry, March 10, 1909 at Stratford and they farmed near there until 1930. They retired to Ringsted in 1953. Survivors include three sons and one daughter, Ray, Roger and Robert, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Leonard Sandstoe, Marion. Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian church in Ringsted with Rev. James Eowe of Armstrong officiating. Burial was at the Emmetsburg Evergreen cemetery. SamWeaver, Former Ledyard Man, Passes Ledyard — Funeral services for Sam Weaver, 73, retired farmer who died Monday at Buffalo Center after a lingering illness, were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Congregational church at Buffalo Center with Rev. John Engel officiating. Burial was at Highland Home cemetery at Ledyard. Mr. Weaver was born in Germany June 10, 1887 and came to the United States in 1891. He farmed in the Ledyard area for many years before retiring to Buffalo Center several years ago. He was preceded in death by his first wife. ••» Survivors' include his second wife, Grace Julius Weaver; two sons, Victor of Amery, Wis., and Joe of Minneapolis; three daughters, Mrs. Gilbert Anderson, of Fort Dodge, Mrs. John Kramers- meier of Ledyard, and Mrs. Earl Carpenter of Norwalk, Conn.; one sister, Florence of Burt; and two brothers, Albert of Lakota and Herman of Forest City. Top Stage Show Will Appear Here Feb. 10 Alex & Galina Fans of top-flight stage attractions are in for a treat here Friday, Feb. 10. That's the day when the Algona police department will sponsor the Mario Show Productions' 1961 show in the Garrigan high school auditorium. There will be two shows that day — one at 1:30 and the other at 8 p.m. Six fine acts are slated to appear. Local police officers are selling adult tickets now for $1 and student tickets, priced at 50 cents, will be placed on sale at the Garrigan box office at showtime. The Mario show, which will come here direct from the Tri- State Builders Show at Sioux Falls, S. D., - will feature Max Cooper, MC widely known for his impersonations of famous TV and Hollywood stars; Chiquita and Pedro, Dancing Dolls' who have appeared on the Ed Sullivan TV show; Alex and Galina, balancing act just arrived from Russia; Gerric Lamm, novelty .effects ..on. a. xylophone; Boug Hart, comedian on the tight wire; and the Fabulous Baiters, foot jugglers who have appeared on two European tours with the Harlem Globe Trotters* The program promises to be one that has plenty to offer in the way of interest to young and old, alike. RitesWFor Mrs. Cook, 83, Ex-Resident Funeral services for Mrs E. W. Cook, 83, former resident of this area, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel with Ro<', James Boyd, Congregational pastor, officiating. Burial was in the family lot at~Riverview cemetery here. Pallbearers were Ray and Merle Potter, Raymond and Tom Reid, Roy Bjustrom and Ralph Morgan. Mrs Cook died at St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, Thursday, Jan. 26, after ah illness of several weeks. Stella W Hayne, daughter of Charles and Emily Hayne, was born Aug. 17, 1877 at Ossian. At the age of 15 she moved with her parents to Kossuth county and she was educated in the public and normal schools at Algona. She taught school until 1899 when she was married to Edward W. Cook. They made their home at Hobarton, and were engaged in the grain and livestock jusiness. In 1926 Mr and Mrs Cook moved to Fort Dodge where they made their home until 1943 when .hey moved to a farm near Ionia Mrs Cook is survived by a son Lyle, Ionia, with whom she lived Her husband, parents and two Di-others preceded her in death. Knee Injury Seneca — Mrs Clarence Menz had the misfortune of falling last Thursday and injuring her knee She now gets about with the use of crutches. The accident happened while she was helping with the farm chores. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Mr and Mrs Henry Eisenbarth and family of Lu Verne were Sunday guests in the Robert Wood home. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy calle from the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, to say she was getting along fine. She said it is not known yet when she will be able to come home. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAlfT IT Wesley C.D. A. Recollection Wesley — A "Day of Recoiled* ion" will be held in Si Josephs Catholic church Sunday, Pett'19, ponsored by the C.D.A.'s. Any women is welcome -to attend. Father Brady of Sioux Sity, editor f the Globe, will be in charge, le will say the 11 o'clock mass, ollowerd by a 12 o'clock lunch- on, served in the parish hall. The xercises will close with bemedic- ion at 3:15. Rev. Robert Jones left Monday morning for Indianola to attend 4-day pastors school. Methodist Youth Group met Junday evening in the Merle Rasmussen home. This group will have a chili supper Thursday, j'eb. 2 at the church to which all re invited. Books for Paine College library n Georgia are being collected by rtethodiet women as part of their home Mission project. Books may be left at the church before Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode oined a large group of relatives 'or a dinner party at Van's Cafe Jan. 14 in honor of his parents, who celebrated their 55 wedding anniversary. The firemen held their annual oyster supper in the Legion hall Jan. 25 with an attendance of 24. Tom McMahon of Pocahontas and a former fire chief of Wesley 1 was a guest. The All-State Insurance ••o awarded a certificate to Lester Lease for his 44 years of service on the fire department. Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Becker and Mrs. Josie Gouge went to Pontiac, 111. Monday and on Tuesday attended the funeral of Dr. Wessel, who died Friday in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Wessel own the farm now tenanted by the Beckers and formerly by Lon Gouges Joe Johnson arrived home Sunday from Orange, Calif, where he had major surgery two months ago Ed Thissen of Waterloo who spent the weekend here, and Ed Johnson, met Joe in Minneapolis He had flown there from Calif I a UJ Ul 05 ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner FREE BONDS FREE BONDS /FREE BONDS - FREE BONDS '- U. S. SAVINGS BONDS U.S. SAVINGS BONDS 1 O American Motor a ,s giving away Free U. S. Saving Bond, December through March on NEW RAMBLEJ> SALES And as you know the December New Car Buyers have received their Bonds. West Bend Auto Co. IS GOING TO GIVE U. S. SAVINGS BONDS ON Used Cars m O I CO O Z O ca ffl ce. BUY ANY 1956 - 1957 - 1958 - 1959 And Receive TWO - $25.00 U. S. Savings Bonds And Receive BUY ANY 1953 - 1954 - 1955 \\\ :.;-•;..' ONE- $25.00 U. S. Savings Bond This offer is good from February 1 through March 31. \ 70 m m 00 O 1 COME IN AND BUY NOW WHILE WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION. CO a z o CO LU UJ in O Z O CO UJ Ul on 1959 RAMBLER 4-dr. R., H., AT, St. Wagon 1958 RAMBLER 4-dr., R., H., OD., Station Wagon 1957 RAMBLER 4-dr., R., H., OD., Station Wagon 1955 RAMBLER 4-dr., R., H., OD. 1954 NASH 2-dr., R., H., AT. 1953 NASH 4-dr., R., H., AT. 1955 FORD 2-dr., R., H., AT., Convertible 1955 FORD 2-dr., R., H. 1954 Ford 2-dr., H., 6-Cyl. , . ALL CARS PRICED $500.00 OR LESS 1954 FORD 2-dr., R., H. 1953 FORD 2-dr., R., H., AT. 1953 MERCURY 4-dr., R., H., AT. ' 1953 BUICK 4-dr., R., H., AT., Super V-8 1952 BUICK 4-dr., R., H., AT., Super 1952 BUICK 4-dr., R., H., AT. 1953 PONTIAC 4-dr., R., H., AT., Hardtop 1951 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., R., H., Station Wagon 1960 FORD Pickup, R., H., Duals, V-8, 4-speed trans., 1955 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., R., H., OD., 8 passenger Sta- 1955* oloaSSBlE 2-dr, R., H., AT, PB.., Hardtop 1955 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr., R, H., AT. 1955 PONTIAC 4-dr. R., H., AT., Starch.ef 1957 NASH 4-dr., R., H., AT., PS., PB., 09 O Z o en REQUIRE NO MONEY DOWN-$6.50 Week 1952 MERCURY 2-dr., R., H., OD., Hardtop 1953 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., R., H. 19S3-CHEVROLET 4-dr., R., H., 150 Series 1952 CHEVROLET 2-dr., R.,H. 1951 CHEVROLET 2-dr. R., H., Hardtop 1952 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr., R., H., AT., Super 88 1952 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr., R., H., AT., 88 70 m m 09 O z o CO Buyers Must Qualify PENNEY'S WHO'S BEHIND ALL THIS? Tomorrow! Meet the Associates ... meet the fabulous bargains they bought on their own for associates' ALUMINiZED COVER, PADSET $144 SPECIAL JL plus dampener bag! Iron faster with heat-reflecting, scorch-i e.sisiUint s i 1 i c o n e treated cover . . . stays put with elastie under - strap! Cushiony poly fuani pud. DAN RIVER PLAID SHIRTS WASH N' WEAR PANTS $098 Men's Sizes 29 lo 38 Automatic Wash N' Wear Slacks ot popular polished cotton gabardine or sturdy ripple cord — New Spring Colors. FOAM CUSHIONED COTTON PILE RUGS BUY! 60 GAUGE 15 DENIER NYLONS 36' Shower Honotee Donna TnUV was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall Sunday with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Assisting the honoree at the gift table were her sisters, Barbara and Charlene Thul, and Georgeann Forsythe, sister of the groom-to-be. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with prizes awarded to Mrs John Altman and Mrs Harold Friders. Mrs Harold Bormann received the door prize. Miss Thul, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, will be the bride of Ray Forsythe, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Forsythe of West Bend, Saturday, Feb. 4, in St. Joseph's church at 10 a.m. Mrs Clarence Bormann entertained the Farmerette 500 Club Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Alvin Klein, Mrs Harold Bor- rnann and Mrs Albert Thilges as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs Ray Thilges, Mrs Marvin Reding and Mrs Dclmer Plathe. Mrs Albert Becker was a medical patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, the past week. Mrs Dclmer Plathe is a surgical patient at St. Ann hospital. George Bertc, son of Mr and Mrs John Berte who has completed an eletronics course in Kansas City, is spending sevt-ra weeks here with relatives anc friends before leaving for Cape Canaveral, Fla. where he will be employed. Alice Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding and Beria Berte, daughter of Mr and Ars John Berte, spent the week nd here with home folks. Both re employed in Des Moines.' CO O O OQ Bend Sales - Rambler - Service 90 m O CO West Bend, Iowa FREE BONDS - FREE BONDS • Phone 3381 FREE BONDS - FREE BONDS pair Sizes 8'/2 to 11 Spectacular stocking bargains! Stock a season's supply at only 36c a pair. Full fashioned, really sheer leg flattery. Dark or plain seams. In confetti or gala. COLORFUL CHECK TOWELS \ *«..• M numummmnmnuuummmmmmmmmimmmmummmmmmmnuummmmmmmnmmmmuwmu M •eJtfyn<aDV MARLO SHOW PRODUCTIONS Presents 2 BIG Shows v AF1ERNOON AND EVENING - 1:11 & 8 P.M. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 GARRIGAN HIGH AUDITORIUM $198 1 Bath Size 79 Sizes 4 to 16 Colorftd new Spring plaids of Wash N' Wear gingham fur easy cure and long wear. Size 24 x 40 Deep, soft, colorful pile, new skid-resist back! Decorator colors. Two other rugs from $4.98 to $5.95 They're decorator beauties, so thrifty at Penneys — Thirsty Terry, in a wide variety of colors. Ideal for making aprons. HAND TOWEIS 49c WASH CLOTHS 25c Notice State of Iowa ss. IN DISTRICT COURT Kossuth County No. 7859 January Term, 1961 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mattie ^obison, Deceased, dated October 21, 1959, having been this day 'iled, opened and read, Monday the 13th day of February, 1961, is [ixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, [owa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 31, 1961. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of the District Court L. W. Nitchals, attorney Algona, Iowa (5) FEATURING THESE TOP- FLIGHT ACTS FINEST ENTERTAINMENT AVAILABLE: MAX COOPER - EMCEE IMPRESSIONS DOUG HART - KING OF THE TIGHT WIRE (LEFT) ALEX & GALINA - NOVELTY ACT THE BAUERS - FATHER & SON RISLEY ACT GERRI LAMM - MUSICAL NOVELTY CHIQUITA & PEDRO - THE DANCING DOLLS PLUS GOOD SHOW MUSIC " Mr MARLO SHOWS HAVE BEEN FEATURED AT FAIRS, CONVENTIONS, EXPOSITIONS, ETC., ALL OVER THE NORTH HALF OF THE UNITED STATES. ADMISSION PRICES: ADULTS — $1 STUDENTS — 50c (On sole by local police ' officers and at door) (On sale at door only) SPONSORED BY ALGONA POLICE DEPARTMENT COMB ONi — COMi AU!
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