The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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October 22, 1959 Icronn October 22, 1959 Rites Held For Paul Parkins, Ex-Algona Man Funeral services for Paul Park- diana three years ago. They op- iris, 49, former Algoila resident, era'ted the Maid-Rite coffee shop Were held Oct. 12 at Brazil, here for two years, and Mr Park* JndSana with burial there. ins then was tank truck operator Mr Parkins died Sat. eve ;forttie Skelly Oil Co. They lived Oct. 10 after being ill since m-Algona 13 years. January with cancer. He had un- Surviving are his wife, the dergone surgery several times, former Vivian Morlan; four , Mr and Mrs Parkins had moved daughters, Mrs Albert (Betty back to their former home in In-Ann) Richardson, Sioux City; To the head of According to this notice of earnings justre^, ceived, your savings are .'•now growing faster, than ever before and you may take a bow, mister for opening the account. Our money's growing, safely insured and ready if we need it, Paula and twins, Cinda and Linda at home; two sons, Jerry and Paul; two sisters and his mother at Brazil, Indiana. Mrs.Celia Deal, Algona, a sister- in-law, has been in Brazil recently helping to care for Mr Parkins. Attending the funeral from this area were Mrs Bob Simonsen, Grnettinger, and Mrs Raymond Loveall of Laurens, sisters of Mrs Parkins. ' New Discount Schedule On '59 Soybean Support With the price-support program beginning on 1959-croji soybeans, Richard I. Anderson oC the Kossuth A.S.C. committee to- day called attention to the that for the first, twnc there Will be monetary premiums and di*' counts for foreign, material ih the beans. In the past, the quantity of soybeans put under support was reduced by the amount of foreign material in excess of. 2 percent and no premium was included for soybeans containing; 1 percent or less of foreign material. This year, soybeans containing 1 percent or less of foreign material' nt the time of delivery to the Commodity Credit Cor* porotion will get n premium of 2 cents per bushel. Soybeans With foreign material ofi more than 2 percent will get discounts ranging from 1 to 0 cents per bushel. As in the past soybean price support will be carried out through farm and warehouse stored loans and through purchase agreements. Support Is available from harvest, through Jan. 31, and loans will mature next May 31. The basic support rate for soy- beans of the current crop in Koswnth County will IK- $1.80 por bushel for Grade No. 2. AH fnrm-storal grain, including corn, fnits. and boons MUST be lovHod by the producer bo- fore culling the staler to srnl it» Tho seniors cannot soul the grain boforo the grain is level. Louis Clous, 66, Rites Oct. 14 AtLivermore LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer Janice Benson Wed Here t< Now Paying 31/2% Current Earnings * . , All Deposits Insured Up To $10,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Since 1917 DOES JOINT TENANCY SAVE TAXES? WHEN A JOINT TENANT DJES, IT IS PRESUMED THAT THE JOINT TENANCY PROPERTY WAS OWNED BY THE DECEDENT, AND THE PROPERTY WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE FEDERAL ESTATE TAX AND THE IOWA INHERITANCE TAX. UNLESS THIS PRESUMPTION IS REBUTTED, THE PROPERTY WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE SAME TAXES ON THE DEATH OF THE SUR- V8VING JOINT TENANT. THEREFORE. TAKING TITLE TO PROPERTY IN JOINT TENANCY NOT ONLY DOES NOT SAVE FEDERAL ESTATE TAXES AND IpWA INHERITANCE TAXES, BUT IT MAY VERY WELL INCREASE THEM. CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEY AS TO THE ADVISABILITY ! OF YOUR TAKING TITLE TO PROPERTY AS A JOINT I TENANT I THIS ARTICLE IS SPONSORED IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST | BY THE KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION. 42 Louis Clans, 00, resident of Livermore, died October 12 at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held Oct. 14 tit Snored Heart Catholic church in Livermore. Iowa. The Rev. P. J. Sturm, pastor of the church, conducted the services. Burial was in Mount Calvary cemetery at Livermore. Rossiry services were held nt t h e funeral home Tuesday cveniiiR at 8 ocloek. Mr Claus was born Nov. 13, 1892, nt Dubuque. Me came with his parents, the Into Mr nncl Mrs Bernard Claus. to the Livennorr community where for mnny years lie followed the occupation ol farming. Surviving him are four broth-' ers and two sisters. They are Charles Claus of Fort Dodge; William Claus of Livermore; C<m- rucl Claus of Frombc-rg, Mont.: George Claus of Salt Lake City, Utah: Mrs Charles Jennings of Riverton. Wyo., and Mrs Clarence Russell of Claremont. Minn. He was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Mr Claus was a member of the Sacred Heart church at Livermore. The American Legion Auxiliary rnel nt tho Legion hall Tuesday evening. Two new members were added to the roll. Mrs Frieda Frey nncl Adeline Terncs. Mrs Heginn Pnppo was luwtess nnd served lunch. Thursday afternoon the Father Circle of the W.S.C.S. assisted by the other members entertained at n guest clay. Mr nnd Mrs Hurley Pnsehe of Blue Ktirlli nre the parents of a nine pound baby daughter horn Oct. 9. Mrs Piwht- is the former Doris Gael/, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Ooet/, Jr. Mr and Mrs George Gonins, Pam and John of De§ Moines were weekend visitors at the D. B. Mayer home. The Music Booster met at the school Wednesday evening, The musical numbers were enjoyed, a saxaphone solo by Mnrcia Smith and a girls triple trio, composed ol Jane Kgesclal, Nancy llcr/og, l/ncla Nit/., Carol Donlje, Caroline Busch. Dorothy '/ielske, Jennette Richter, Janet Smith and Sharon Klooster. The junior class play has been selected and is now underway under the direction of Mrs William Wiemer. It is a three act comedy "Off The Track" and wil' be 1 given Nov. H. Sunday. Mr and Mrs James Burris and family of Bradgate visited at the home of Mrs Frieda Frey nncl at the home of Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmcicr. Mrs Bert Gerties of Lakota visited Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Henrietta Donl- je and at the homy of her sister, Mrs Max Nil/.. CIVET At the Harlan Wall home near Norlhwood, a civet cat set up housekeeping between the walls of a room vacaled by Carol Wall, who had lefl for college. "Jose De Pew", us the family named Ihe animal, is now dead and gone bul il will be quilc a while before he is forgotten. NEW-FROM THE WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER remember when... with - FAMILY PORTRAITS Garfield Gems Elect Officers Sept. 1 roll call was answered by 10 girls at the regular meeting of Ihe Garfield Gems at tha home of Joe Jones. Al the business meeting elected officers for Ihe new year were ns follows: President, Jeannelle Stel/.el, vice president, Carol Girre.s, secretary-treasurer, Nancy Jones, Historian, Krmu Thilgcs Photographer,'Jane Runchey, re creation chairman, Mary Run chey. Jjinifc Benson ln-mmc tin 1 bride df Franklin K. .Irnsrn in ;i (•(•romonv Sept. 27 in Trinity l.ullirTjin chuirli IK-IT. Tin- brie!" is a (liiimhli'i- "f Mr and Mrs Herb SclunnT. Alunii;i, find tlir brulo- );ro.mi is a son of Mr iind Mrs IVtn K. J'/nscn of Kinusloil. Hrv. fl. .) C. (iiTiko offirmtorl the (liiublr riru; rciTnmny in be presence of 75 quests. Miir- in llvilier wiis nncl P:il- iein Schneider sanfi. The liriile WHS ntlenfled by Mr;; .-lines .). Kelt of Corvvilb. Doris I,ilb wns bridesniiiid and Carol (Min Benson was flower girl. The bridegroom's attendants vere his brothers, Norman, who served as best man and Otto, 'rooms-man. Ushers were Warren I.jifl'ey and Michael Felt was rinH bearer. Tho bride wore an ankle length gown of wliite Cbimtilly lace with :iylon lace ruffles over bridal at in. Tine jjown had a filled bodice with a scooped neckline and a fitted jacket of lace with long tnpwed sleeves extending to points at the wrists. Her fingertip veil of nylon tulle fell from a crown of sequin and pearl points. Her jewelry was pearl earrings and her flowers an arrangement, of red roses on a white Bible. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Mrs 1 Merle Shells registered the guests and Mrs G. J. C. Gerike cut the cake. Mrs > John Rasmussen and Mrs Erick* Manse poured. Table waitresses were Norma Gatton and Donna Reefer. The bride is a 1959 graduate of Algona high school. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ringsted high school and served in the U.S. Army. He ia employed by the Weidenhofl Corp. here. After a short wedding trip to Iowa City, the couple is at home at Algona. (Glenn's Studia Photo - UDM Engraving) Johnson-Gardner Nuptials The oldest printed book in Ih Constance Missal printed b; Johann Gutenberg about 1450 The first printing in the Western •lomispherc probably occurred bout 1M9 in Mexico City with he first printing in the United States beginning in 1638 at Harvard Academy in Cambridge, VI a ss. FOR '60. Two-door sedans and station Shorter turning radius, easiest parking. for '60 THE NEW STANDARD OF BASIC EXCELLENCE Remember when...the happy occasions, the proud big days in your family. Portraits keep such moments for you...keep the, story complete. Make A Family Appointment Today! Glenn's Studio fJm'-Westmghouse Algona CY 4-3800 803-A Sewing Machine BIG NEWS is the revolutionary Free-Weslinghouse Super Deluxe Automatic! It's an "automatic" seller . . . designed for Ihe needs of everyone , . . It's the one machine designed to "do everything" . . . doing il simply, easily, with perfect precision. As Low As $89.88 TERMS Bjustrom Furniture • TF Karen Lee Johnson became the brick- of Jan W. Gardner in a ceremony Oct. 4 in Trinity Lutheran church here. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Clifford Johnson and the late Mr Johnson nnd the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Orville Gardner, all ol Algona. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated at the double ring ceremony. Martin Hub'cr was organist and Mrs Robert Brown, soloist. The bride Was attended by her sister, Beverly Johnson, who served as maid of honor. Jo Le.en Gardner was bridesmaid and Sully Schattschncider was flower girl. Kevin Gardner was ring bearer. Orie Polerse.ii, Jr. was best man and Richard Simpson, groomsman. Alvin Kramer and New! Three Seoul Tailgate is a fifth door with positive key lock to keep children safe, Passengers step in easily. Easy to load, too. Seeth* new 1960 Compact* Ramblers ^-already breaking all records, See clean, modern styling that has not sac« rificed headroom or ease of entrance, See the new standard of basic excellence with ideal balance; the ideal balance of SEE AND DRIVE AMERICA'S New 1960 Rambler 6 or Rebel V-8. Six- passeneer Four-Door Sedan, above, Pour- Door Hardtop and 2- and 8-seat wagons, big car performance with small car economy; big car room and comfort with small car maneuverability; finest quality with low price. Single Unit Con* struction*, "Deep-Dip" Bustproofing*. At your Rambler dealer's today, SUCCESS PAR •f / S V f f % M?f/"''%****? - , -New 1960 Ambassador V-8 Four-Poor Hardtop by Rambler—the compact luxury car that'parka anywhere. New gas economy. Only Rambler Gives You the Best of Both;, Big car room and comfort, Small car economy and • handling ease NO. 11n eompwt car sales NO, 11n established resale value NO. I In ownei-prwedwonqroy N0,'l in balanced qualitiw N0.1 In airplane-type Single Unit s!e?!gn NO. 1 in quality construction and features NO, 11n wongrnicil, trouble-free operation NO-1 in owner loyalty See Your Rambler Dealer Today RAMBLER PRICES START bcomto, 0« Uiu MM. htt. «M* till tu* » DAU'S GARAGE, 125 S. Dbdge - Algona/ Iowa WE HAVE THE LONG kAII J36', IWide' r vmr > 26* i .Ft. \«\WW\toi wxWMl !//«//«««"' ainiWliilHW tt ,iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiinir •TrttfJ r wniy > 24* LRun.Ft rfai i 35* kRun.Ft. »;frvftv MM m !•&!# WP ""*?§§' ££v«> 18Wi 3* ^6"nlr^ 52? FLEX 0-Gi ASS GLASS-O-NET WYRO GLASS SCREEN-GLASS JttVVWV 1 *' -•"'A 1 ' 1 " —•••jP^^^ «W| *Hf .' BRANDED ON THi IDOI WEANS SATISFACTION ©WABANTffP CUttEN--HARDWARE ALGONA 4-4630 Don Karlovear were ushers. The bride wore a traditional loop length gown of Chantilly ace with sequin and tulle trim- ned V neckline, and long point•d French sleeves. There were liagonal panels of lace over the bouffant tulle skirt over an underskirt of taffeta. She wore •ultured pearl earrings and neck- nee and her flowers were _tails-' nan roses. Her veil of fingertip length silk illusion fell from a pearl crown. Immediately following the Ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs Orie Peterson, Jr. registered the guests and Mrs Ralph Stoll and Mrs Alvin Kramer cut the cake. Donna Kern and Myrna Larimer poured and the gifts were in charge of Mrs Eugene Schatt-' schneider and Maxine Johnson. Phyllis Hardgrove, Sharon iScott and Barbara Bartlett were table waitresses. ' •. - •', The bride is a graduate of .the Algona Community schools and is employed at the Iowa State Bank here, The bridegroom is^also a grad- , uate of the Algona schools and is presently employed here. 'He will farm' in the spring, After a week's honeymoon to the Lake of the Ozarks, Mr and Mrs Gardner are at home in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Taken To la. City A Ringsted man, Bill Hewitt, who suffered a back injury three weeks ago when the pickup in which he was a passenger rolled nto a ditch near Graettinger has , been taken to an Iowa <pity hospital, Hewett was admitted to an Estherville hospital after the mishap, released, and has, been re-admitted and released, twice since. Specialists at Iowa City wtU atten^pt to diagnose the extent o£ his usuries. -,, Garfbid 4-H GIrte ; ' 'Pstrjcia Chrisfcwen 'was io's? to the aar?ie}0 .Qtrns Out. 10; Steven guest ' business '. hostess lunch,

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