The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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(lo.) Upper 0« Melnei thuftdoyr August 6, W, H, Payne unera Held At Swea City Funeral services for William H. Payne, 87, were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Methodist church at Swea City with Rev. W. Par* mef officiating.. Burial followed at Harrison township cemetery. Mr Payne died Wednesday in a nursing home at Fairmont, Minn. William Henry Payne was born Jan. 5, 1872 at Sheboygan, Wis., and came to Iowa in 1890 and was married to Isabelle Lidvig- sen in 1898. They moved to Grant township in 1911 where they farmed. Mrs Payne died in April* 1926 and Mr Payne continued to farm until retirement. He is survived by two sons, five daughters, four brothers and a sister. They include a son, Bernard, Ledyard, and daughters, Mrs Martin Tokheim and Mrs Sam Link, Swea City; and Mrs Lars Skaar, Ledyard. There are Society Notes also 27 grandchildren great-grandchildren. and 28 Lighter. Mrs Leonard Malueg, Mrs Max Miller, Mrs W. C. Doug* all and Mrs C. H. Simpson. Girls Camp Out ' Mrs Kari Miller and Mrs Leo C?ardm!r, leaders of Troop 20, Girl Scouts, took a group lo Rut- ;;nd July 27 lo sec? the powet dam and lo Humboldt to see the plant serviced by H. While in lumbohlt they called on a form* er member, Judy Ackerman. Those in the group were Mary Kay Barry, Elaine Bruch, Michele Cassel. Sharon Gardner, Marilyn Miller, Ellen Snider and ^ecky Wetzcl. The same girls and their leaders went to Spirit Lake last week and spent from Wednesday till Friday there camping out. They worked on their badges part of the time and visited places of interest, the fish hatchery at Orleans and the historic Gardner cabin of Indian massacre hi.'-tpry. They camped near the Marble cabin site, also noted for this same historic event. Oldest LuVerne Resident Dies; Funeral Held LuVerne — Funeral services for the oldest LuVerne citizen, William Hardcopf, 93, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in .the Lu- Verne Methodist church. Rev. J. Paul Stevens, pastor of Evan, gelical United Brethren church, officiated. Mrs Ray Stone, organist, accompanied the quartet, William Prior, Ronald Stone, Cecil Baker and Donovan Prior. Attendants were grandsons, Junior, William t .Robert, Jerry Hardcopf, Guy Andre and David Harper. Mr Hardcopf died at 12:15 p.m. Friday at St. Ann hospital, Al- Mr and Mrs George Goelz, Wesley, announce the engagement and approaching marriage, of their daughter, Agnes, pictured above, to Frank Kisch, son ol Mr and Mrs Simon Kisch of Whittemore. A fall wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving) Baptist Ladies Meet Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, afternoon (today) in a work meeting at which Joan Andrcason and El- 6ra Graham will be hostesses. Mrs Graham will also give the devotions. 4 More Budget Hearings Soon If you're budget minded, her once again is a summary of bud g(?t hearings . to • be held within 'he -next week, all of wthich ircctly determine the I960 tax trueturo on rehl- estate and per onal property. Aug. 10, 8 a.m. Kossuth county, Ai Elbert Reunion Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppard gona, after a short illness. Hardcopf died i,n 1952. Mrs Surviving are his step-daughter, Myrtle Jordan, three sons, Alvin, Robert and Frank Hardcopf, LuVerne, one daughter, Florence) Mrs Bria"n Stewart Garden Grove, Calif. Eight ' grandchildmi and eleven great- grandchildren and one brother Ernest Hardcopf, Armstrong. joined the 110 persons who attended the Elbert family reunion Sunday at the Whittemore academy hall. Others from Algona in attendance were Mr .and Mrs Ralph Fandel and Don, Mr and Mrs Mark McGuire, Mr and Mrs Joe Elbert, Mr and Mrs Robert Loss and Mr and Mrs Joe Henry. Entertain Visitor Mrs Lyle Steele has been visited by her niece, AdelitT Moon Lake Ozark, Mo. Friday morning Mrs -Steele 'entertained at a coffee for her and had as guests close neighbors, Mrs A. R. Willrett rtrs Henry Engstrom; Mrs Stan ey Sorensen and Marcia, Mr 5mil Lovstad and Marlene, Mr Newton Hieter and Mrs Harolc Srpelding and Sandra. Anothe courtesy for the visitor was dessert luncheon Saturday a which those in attendance wer Si£wfe,9%«£* Mrs Roy Adams, Mrs Perry CoU ins, Mrs Harold Erpelding, Mr t the courthouse. , $1,959, 692. Proposed Aug. 10, 2 p.m. Kossuth county assessor, at the courthouse. Proposed budget, $41,500. Aug. 10, 7:30 p.m. Algona Community school district. Proposed budget, $685,786. Aug. 12, City of Algona, 7:30 p.m., city hall. Proposed budget, f!64,527 to be raised by taxation. Budget hearings for the County Supt. of Schools and Kossuth Extension Council have already been held. Stork Delivers 8 Bundles Here During Weekend The stork worked overtime at SI. Ann hospital over the wteek* end and brought four fmik- wrapped bundles eontainittg daughters and an.eqUal nuftiBer of blue-wrapped sons to Kossuth county residents. *rhe addresses on two of the bundles 4ooked familiar to Mr Stork for they've been customers on his route before. For Mr and Mrs Louis Hoilly, Algona, the red-haired, young Irishman Belivefed Saturday r was number 13. He weighed ifi at 9 pounds, 3% ounces and has been named Shawn, ttis arfiva\ m'akcs' the boys more nearly even with girls at the Reillys with 5 brothers and 7 sisters for Shawn. Al'thoU'gih the boy born to Mr atiql Mrs Maurice Reding,'Irvington, is number 10, the family isn't increasing as rapidly as. it once did. The Redingsbecame parents of twins a year after'they were married and had triplets the next'year. .The newest Red ing weighed in at 6 pounds, 5% ounces. , i Boys' also were born to, M and Mrs John 'Paul Wagner,' Jr, West Bend arid : Mr and Mr Thomas McKeown, Algona.' < Girls \vere born to Mr and Mrs Ibbert Vaske,. Bancroft; I^r and tirs Merlin Altni'an, Mr and Mrs Richard Kain and Mr and Mrs Richard Allen, Algona. Flower Show At Titonka Today Mrs Ann Schwerin, flower show chairman, lias announced that the annual Tilonka Flower Show will be held Aug. 6 at the Ti tonka Consolidated School luncl room. This event'is sponsored b the Ti tonka Federated Club. Th theme for this year's show i "Around - the World Without a Passport." Mrs Walter Trusty, Eagle Grove,-will act as judge and will speak at the program. The show will be open from 2 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p. m. An afternoon tea will be held after the Give $100 Prizes At Indian Day The' Indian Day amateur con- ;es,t "at Titonka last Wednesday was won. by 3 out-of-town contestants. 'Bill and Dorothy Trees, Armstrong, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Trees, were first winners of $20 with; a vocal duet. Monty Woodford, Curlew, won second prize of $10 with a vocal solo. Third prize Went to Vicki and Becky -Missal, daughters of Mr and Mrs Donald Missal, Clarion, with a tap dance number. There were 15 contestants. All shared in prizes worths $100. Armor Lemkee, Mrs" Clinton program. It is open to the public. Four Couples Get Licenses July 18,— Louis Ricklefs and Rosella Elbert, Algona. July 25 — Clayton M. ;Berg Mora, Minn., and Bonnie 'Mitchell, Ogilvie, Minn.; John D Pirnot, -Lincoln, Neb., and, Karen A. Hutcm'ns, Algbna. '! July 27 —- Frank Bauer,; Bancroft, and Sharon Ericson| America's Fastest Drivers in Thrilling Auto Races, All Ten Days of Big Exposition. Fair's Main Features a ret 4 Big Open Cattle, Horse, Swine, Sheep & Poultry Shows, First Six Days. • 80-Acre Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Shows. • 7 Nite Horse Shows, Aug. 30 thru Sept, 4, & Sept. 6; Matinees, Aug. 29 and 30, and Sept. 4, 6 and 7. • Gorgeous Night Show, Ten Nites, with Fireworks. • Huge Farm Crops, Flowers, Fruit & Vegetable Shows. • FFA & 4-H Club Livestock Shows, Last Four Days. • Dairy, Bees, Art, Women's, School and State Exhibits. t Royal American Shows en World's Largest Midway. R»j*rv«<f T/cUfi by Mall' J£ gP ^ Back-to-school Favorites... ROBINHOOD SHOES Send them back to school in new Robin Hood shoes. These shoes are built for rugged wear and will give miles of wear yet keep their attractive 'appearance. Every pair fit tested! **^*«*«**i' : <' ^ a style, size and width' to fit every child. Sunday Afternoon*, $2.50 & $3; ' Igbpr Day Afternoon, $3 & Send Check or Monty Order to Minn»wta Slain Fgir, SJ. Pttyl 1,3. -to. .-?• '*i..'t' .. '„ «. ^ gW .,; -t f '^Vf ''• J4CK SPRAT ' fj, :'.. I. - /' • CALIF, PEAC BANANAS ib. toe <f All Sizes « All Widths 0 All Lengths O All a! same old prices BROWNfeiti 5HOt STORE IOWA TOETHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEIT ,44371 ALGONA, FANCY HARD YELLOW LEMONS doz. CALIF. SUNKIST DOLLAR BUYS STURGEON BAY RED PITTED CHERRIES .;... 5 '"• $1 No. 2 Can . MAYFLOWER CRUSHED PINEAPPLE . - , 1 MIRACLE WHIP SAiAD MESSING ....... DES MQINES 6 OZ. CAN 1 • -| QT.J •flc | • GALLON «k 4h B IE AC H.;..;....:....J9c VAL VITA WHOLE APRICOTS No. T/2 Can GUARANTEED CLOTH BAG .. $1^49 .,$2-98 COUNTRY GARDEN WORRELL'S GOLDEN TOMATO JUICE $1 PRIftO ........3Lb.Tin49c SUGAR..-...Ji STOCK-UP SALE SEA PACK COOKED OR RAW NSHSTICKS__._Jfor$1 SUNKI^T; 12 OZ. CAN LEMONADE.....Jfor59c MONARCH 12 oz. CA!N ORANGE JUICE..:..39c GLACIER CLUB HALF GALLON ICE CREAM SU-Z-Q 46 OZ. CAN PORK 'N BEANS. 35c BUTTERNUT MRS. TUCKER PURE VEG. SHORTENING - UbsJc CINCH YOUR CHOICE CAKE MIX.:. ;..4for89c DOLE'S PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT 32 OZ. CAN 4For89c HORMEL'S ALL - MEAT MIN RATH'S SLICED ONE LB. CELLO Bacon 39c FRESH SLICED PORK RATH'S SKINLESS ONE-LB. CELLO PKG. DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT ."•••'*• •• BAR-B-QUED Lb. HOME - DRESSED ROASTING RATH'S HEAVY-SMpKED SUMMER SAUSAGE DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT CANNED 3 Lbs,n si. 8 9

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