The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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• ' ,=-., -M * " > X - / \ ' ' i • " *' - ** V ,V-< t . « J. -' , >r , '' 6-Algena On.) Upper 0t* Molnes thursday, Oct. 8, 1959 u; B-f- Around Algona Rebekah Lodge will have its regular meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 13 at 7:30 in the Moose Hall. United Ptesbyletian Women will have a food and rummage sale, Friday. Oct. 9 from 9 to 2 in the church basement. —o— Mfs Cora Martin received word of the- recent death of a cousin, Charles Bell. Austin, Minn., who succumbed to injuries in a car accident. Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Chuck Lulz of Marshall. Minn. Rev. and Mrs Newton. Coughenour have as their guests this week, the letter's aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs Ralph Appleton of Point Pleasant, New Jersey. Jackie's grandmother, Mrs Ivan Long. Firs! mealing of ihe season tot the Methodist Men's Club will be Tuesday evening, Oct. 13 at 6:30, A dinner and program has been planned and t.he boys quartet under the direction of Willard Snustad will sing. Tickets for the four dinner meetings of the year may be obtained from Ircorgc Balluff, Wes Barllett, Hugh Black. John Diekmann, Lawrence Hutzell, Robert Kellcy, Wallace McDougall, Dean Taylor or Dr. L. L. Snyder. ,.,,,„ r\ r Mr and Mrs Charles Fox, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf and Mrs Cora Mnrtin spent the weekend at Marion, S. Dakota. They were guests of Mr Fox' uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Dan Harrig who were celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Harris, former Kossuth residents, were honored with a Mass, a breakfast and a luncheon. Further observance of the anniversary will be held Sunday with an open house at the home of Mr and Mrs John Harris, 731 Albion. Fairmont. Mrs Mattie McWhorter has entered Good Samaritan Homo "here. She has been a patient at St. Ann hospital for several week's after suffering a slight stroke. '"'"' L O -i-iii-m Mrs Cora Martin had as recent guests, Mrs Warren Picken, Grenada, Minn., and Mrs Florence Hoppe Hynes, Winnebago, both former residents of Algona. The fifth grade at Bryant school taught by Mrs Goldie Erickson, had a tea for their mothers Monday afternoon. Mrs Michael Snodgrass, Mrs Russell Rentz and Mrs R. W. Wetzel were selected as room 'mothers. •—o— The Wednesday • Nile Youth Club of the Presbyterian church will have the first meeting 1 of its ninth season, Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. Youngsters 8 years old through the 8th grade meet each week for Bible study, crafts, choir ana supper. -Ruin Circle, young mother's group of the Presbyterian church will meet Oct. 13 at 8 p.m.' at the home of ;Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr. Assisting are Mrs George Cook and Mrs Merle Teeter. Mrs George Duvall will give devotions, and Mrs Vaughn Brown, program. --Q-nmiLi Karen Marie, infant daughter of Mr and .Mrs Duane Lieb, was bap'tized Sunday in Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. Sponsors were Mrs Edwin Lieb and Arthur Gade. Dinner guests at the Lieb home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family, Mr and Mrs Gade, Mr and Mrs Gerald Pedersert and,Patty. Rites Held For Grandchild Of Corwith People Debra Sue Zweifel, 2-day old daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil Zweifel, Wilmore, Ky., and granddaughter of Mr arid Mrs James Zweifel. Corwith, died Sunday at Wilmore. The little girl was born Friday at a Lexington, Ky. hospital. Committal services were held Monday afternoon at the Blue Grass Memorial Garden at Lexington. Former Fenton Resident Dies Here At 75 Funeral services for John Frank Kenney, 75, longtime and well known Fenton farmer, were held Wednesday al 9 a.m. in St. John's Catholic church in Gil* more City, with the Mev, George Schumacher officiating, Mr Kenney died Saturday evening in St. Ann hospital, Al* gona, where he had been a patient for some time after falling and breaking his hip. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. ,W. F. Mason led Rosary services at Emmetsburg Monday evening; The body was taken to Gilmore City where another Rosary service was also held. Burial was in St. John's Catholic cemetery in Gilmore City. Pallbearers Were Thomas Dona^ hue, James Cain, A. J. Doerings- fold, J. R. Sinnetl and .Theodore Gleason, all of Gilmore City, and Firman Laing of Algona. Mr Kenney was reared in Gil- more City but moved to tf^e ton and Armltrong area he $ad farmed for marijr •He mad* his home .with his „„, ter. -Mrs Edward Sctlnttdt, at fefti ton, until two years agB.whew he moved to Algona. He is survived by two. ers, Robert Kenney more and Dennis of Whdtte* Kenne^r of •Estherville; two sisters, Mii Mary Wlegert of Humboldt and Edward Schmidt of Fenton Damage Total Hits $5,300 In 3 Wrecks An Algona man, John Sires, escaped injury when the auto he was driving slid off a soft shoul* der on a county road 2Vfe miles southeast of Algona at 11 a.m. Monday* He reported the mishap to the sheriff's office here. Extensive .damage resulted to the top of the auto. ' Lester Ruby, a truck driver from Buncombe, was also uninjured When the truck he was rolled 6n Its side miles north of Algona 6ft hig iflfl at 5 a.m.. Thursday, Oct; 1, Damage to the ,*hic1c Was estt* iftated at $5,000 by 'Patfbknaii Bill Tordoff who ittvlstigatied, ' Clifford Esser, Algona, was &iarged with failing to ''enter? a thdrough-fare safely by, dty fioHce after an atito driven by him collided With a car dfivert , Esser had stb|Jpia at .a at ilie; ifctem-etidifi 6f' Alfofta, and , , with the othef vehicle .wljerr pulled mi tfom the slgft, age was estimated at $126 to aato. t Monies- Pub, Go CLASSIFIED ADS Wanted WANTED — Apply in person. SALESLADY Wiitgen. Jewel* 40 HELP WANTED — W.OM-AN . Cook or waitress. Apply in person Until 5 p.m.; or phorie CY 4-2164 after 5, Diagonal ,Cafe. .40 NEED ADDITIONAL INCOME? Many small farmers, seed corn salesmen, nursery salesmen, etc* who have spare time to offer> have taken over a territcn^';with ouf firm right iri their^frWtt' community. We have some .ektfellfeni established territories in> this area. It's worth. Checking'in tot TJl* 4*4 *4 MM>3 JM i* «.£ Jv4^.& ~ku_ >k«Ji. 4 t_- r u.K.i.^A ^ u^.£.. , Hundred^ ;ol on? , men^hsve' j With us for' over 20 .yeafs,s6 yoli know our job offer is ,rignt. ', If .you. have a car or pickup and considerate spare time ttt offer-^ for a personal interviewy, write Boxr 398, Humboldt ,Ia. » "40-41* WANTED ,,— FEEDER and. calves. 4-2421, Joe Bradley,.',CY - < .WANTED . to Mndle book- keejjihg system and office Sales. day ttaifc. AJgonav Bear h. , 6/6 38-40 fttLP WANflgEf ^ WAtft TO , make $20 o* more a day? W<s will train. SfeJ fif&ftfce dependable filth df .wxrfnah over 2l for Me* Nes^Boilte'Wotlt. 'W#te *# call. MX F. J2l#fosoft,, . Sales Manage^ |*UE9f44feNUS^ CO., freeport 111. ~ Phbrie Aft Mlgl. 38-40* piy . GOOD ? pleasant surroundings. Aj^ in persofi. Algbfta Hotel 38tf ^ DAYTIME OI>Eft» atof 6f • dishwashing machine, Apply • Algona Hotel " Curd of Thanks CARD OP THANKS We wish to thank' our many relatives, friends and neighbors for the cards, good" wishes and gifts received at the time of our golden wedding anniversary. We wish to" thank especially the C. helgfcbbft dinner and .Mrs h&uea rettejition. /iftha :-«. appreciate the ' afid friends a«d' Natives' .presented sirice the loss of otlrthome attd ( Wlohgings. Your kWdAeis " end geneJ"tositr v W4tt f ' nfevef , be f6r- gotten, ; Mr 0> lnd Mis P. w. Arend, Melvitt Afend, RithaM and Duane and families, 40* OF Thanks to my. relatives and neighbors for -th4 cards; visits and wejl Wishes during' my stay in the hospital, and-since Returning home,, Bert Putzsttrck. 40* -I wish to thank all,my rela« tives and friends for their cards, gifts arid visits diinng my stay in the hospital and since returning home. ' They were sincerely appreciated* Mrs Tom Trenary. 40* CARD Of THANKS . , •We/ wish' to thank relatives and" friends • for their, cards- and, gifts on our Golden Wedding. ;Mr Loebach Is Named John Loebach was elected president of the Garrigan High School Lctterman Club . here Sept. 29. Oscar Froehlich'. .wW, named vice president and Bill Higgins was elected secretary. All three are members'"of the Golden Bears' football squad., .this faU. Women of the Methodist, Congregational and Presbyterian churches will combine for a series of missionary study programs . on Africa. The first meeting is Oct. 14 from 9:30 until 11 a.m. , at the Methodist church. Mrs Milton Norton will lead the first "session. Alpha'Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of 'Mrs Don Jorgenson. Jeanne Bilyeu and Mrs Jorgenson gave the program. Rushing plans were discussed with a pirate party being planned for Oct. 15 at the home of Mrs Gene Furst , and a 1 model meeting at Gloria Erpelding's Oct. 20. Mr and Mrs Harold Long were hosts at a birthday party Thursday evening for their daughter, Jackie who was ten. The group went to Ottosen for a turkey dinner at.the Presbyterian church. Guests were members of Jackie's Sunday School class of which Mr and Mrs Long are teachers. Assisting with the driving was STATEMENT REQUIRED BY . .THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 0, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39, United States Code, Section 233) SHOWING THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION OF Algona Upper DCS Motncs. publtsJaed. weekly at Algona, Iowa, for Oct.'"i, 1. The names and addresses o£ the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publishers Upper Des Moines • Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St.. Algona. la. Editor and Business Manager, R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa, i ' 2. The owners arc (If owned by" a corporation, its nahie and address must be stated and also immediately •tKere- under' the names arid addresses pf stockholders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, -the names and addresses of:. the. Individual ; owners must be given. If owned' by a partnership or other unincorporated firm, its name and address, as well as that of each Individual member, must i be given.) R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. C. S. Erlandcr, Algona, Iowa. and Mrs Aug Pijahn. Co., Upper Des Moines Publishing 111 E. Call St., Algona, Iowa. 3. The known bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security "h'&Tders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If there.-are none, so stale.) None. 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include,'"in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name--of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting; also the statements in the two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders .and securi'ty holders who do not appear vipon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner. 5. The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sbl'd 'dr distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to PAID subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: (This information is "'required from dally, weekly, semi\ve.ekly, and triweekly newspapers only.) 4,913. R. B. 'WALLER Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 25th day of September, 1959. (SEAL) JOSEPHINE WALDERA (My commission expires July 4, 1960.) S Take a tip from the man v who has one — "You can't beat a land bank Ioan 7/ Here are some of the many reasons YOU should choose a Land Bank Loan; The Payments Are Low You Can Pay In Advance, Without Penalty You Deal With A Local Loan Association , For complete infprmption about a Federal land P«nk loan on your land, see or write your f^JNij^l ;lflnd Bank Ass'n. • f rV "• '*"i **Jv ',-' • K' * }* V , Take advantage of SPECIAL VALUES during the Grand Opening Party qt our NEW S.&Q Hardware Store! DAYS' F i/fm 119 • A GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! * A9TQ. P&CQIATO& MR&O SAVE OVER $4.00 Mfrro Automatic Percolator H foHy automatic — no lights, no switches! Keeps coffee hot for hours — automatically! GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! PLASTIC PAIL 11 -QT. SIZE ONLY 69c Rttst, dent and corrosion proof, Metal bail, colors red, yellow, turquoise. GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! STORM WINDOW KIT 4 FOR 88c Durable plastic tfeefi, 72". W p*' FREE! ii Coffee and Cookies WILL BE SERVED ALL) -DAY Friday & Saturday • ' «>,.', FREE BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS? FREE SHINE! Come in for a Free Shoe shine with Penny's latest instant shoe Polish Spray — No Buffing necessary. Dries in seconds to a Beautiful Lustre, FREE • H WHILE THEY LAST pound of coffee with any purchase of $5.00 or overv • DEMONSTRATION! See the Weber Barbecue demon- station — Friday and Saturday. THE WEBER WAY TO FINER BARBECUING FREE SAMPLES' RUG-MAGIC demonstration by factory representative! PIUS FREE SAMPLES! WIN Bike! Come in and guess what the mileage on the.speedo- meter will be at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10th. Bicycle'is displayed in the store window. Winner will receive either a Boy's or Girl's $52.95 bicycle—FREE! In case of a tie, the winner will be determined by putting tying numbers in a box, and winner drawn from this. ' Children must be 10 years of age or over to register unless accompanied by parent. You need not be present to win. 250 FREE ROSES! FREE ROSES WIL*L BE GIVEN TO THE FIRST 250 LADIES IN THE STORE FRIDAY MORNING! SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON ALL 1959 HOT POINT APPLIANCES! GRAND OPENING SPECIAL ALUMINUM SCOOP MAKES A WONDERFUL SNOW SHOVEL NO. 12 You'll get years of rust and corrosion'proof service from this scoop. Larger Size aluminum Scoop No, 14 $6.29 FREE PEANUTS SOME GOOD FOR EATING, AND SOME WILL BE GOOD FOR VALUABLE PRIZES! Try Your Luck. No purchase Necessary, But You Must Be 16 Years of Age or over To Win The Prizes! OVER 200.00 WORTH OF PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY Throw The Peanuts on the Floor "MAGICKOTE" WALL PAINT Reg'. $6.29 GAL. GAL. . Reg. $2,19 Qt. $1.66 qt. • • JANNEY BEST Hi-Lustre ENAMEL Reg, 45c >/ 4 Pt, ONLY 9c WHILE THEY LAST! One Per Customer GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! RUBBISH BURNER SaveVfrn safety on this! Big 26"tall,fuH 19" diameter,. S & Q SPECIAL $166 1 FREDERICK SERVICE & QUALITY DWARE STORES mm, tuny OTHER sraffis HOT ADVERTISED — GONE in a SEE FDR YOURSELF i ALGONA IOWA

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