The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 23, 1946
Page 11
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.AtB6t»A 'ttM*tt fttt "MfflNfts, tOWA. . MILLER RITES APRIL 11TH services were conduct- April 11 at' McCul- I6tf|ft's chapel by fttev, N; A. Price . Frank Miller, 32, whbidted son - Lyle's last week•'• We'8^ , and Interment was made in the E&st'LaWn cem&tery. M'rs. t ;Millfer was the daughter, .PenHj '-'6j j'M&; -L'olits Brftton and the latS Mr. Buttbft of Algona. She Was tacfrn t in Palp Alto coiinty, Aug. 3;,I8D1 ; -Marriage to Frank Miller jtotik pla.ce April 19, 1916. Theyyjidarh'6? parents of hvo sons, Lyl6 U) Littt6 Springs, and Leo L., R(Scfi€|tfer. •...'•;'•. Moved to Minnesota in 192Q, and Mee years ago Mrs. Miller came to Iowa to live with the Son Lyle* She was preceded In death by her husband arta surviv^ ors other than the sons are: Her mother Mrs. Ruth Dutton, Irvington; .brothers Meivln of Burl, and Ira, Algbna; listers Meg* dames Irma .Carrniehael, Fairfieldj Clara Koppen, LlvermOre; Nellie Miller, Spring Valley, Minn.; Veda McArthur, iwin'gto'n, and Vivian at LiveTfrnore; also six grandchil* dr'en. Methodist Children At Ledyard Present Art Eatter Pt bgrahi Ledydt-d: The 'children of thfe MetHddist Suftday schortl. gaV6 the fbllbUahg Easter Sunday morning during the S. 3. hour. "Prayer Poem," Cr&lg WieMeV. The Floral Cross, an exercise— Vivian Wentvvorth, Barhnra Mayer, Beverly Bashnr<i and Belly Zielske. "Easter F16wers"^- ji Judy Herzog, Deahne Wiemer, Qretehen Loort, Carol Carpenter. "What a Child Can Do"—ttoger Brack, Terry Moseboro^ "Our Eflster Bells"—TottimV Bashara, CalVin Strand, Bobby Pingei. Sohg, "Little Flowers .Peep Thru the Ground—Beginners, Recitation, "The Easter Message" —Audrey Loilcks. Recitattbh He Is Risen"—Mar. jorie Countryman, Extereise, "Blossoms in the Sav- ior's Oafden"^*Jackle Carpenter, Ernost Burrows, Sharon Koestler, Priscilla Miller, Ja'iv ice Countryman,,Rosalyh B"ash- ara, Mickey Miller, Melvin Wentworth. Exel'cifie, "Easter Happiness," Larry Kdestlef, Dohfia Zelske, Judy Roseboro. Roy Herzog. Song, "fairest Lord Jesus"—Primary. 'jj Recitation, Natalie Kardt. «|f Recitation, "Easter Chime*'."?-'- bolores Zielsike. H>.| Solo, Melva Btifrdtyfe Recitation, "The First Morning"—Allaire Harrow, x ''' KecHatioii, "¥he Le£eHd';oi ,Bjtf Eflster Lily'^t'eggy Mayer,] *;.? Exercise, "Jesiis LoveS Mri'hjl John Lobft, Larry Pintle, Aw Ian Loucks. ; n\ tRARS ... A CASE OF WttfctlE A Wctunte IS "WORTH 10,000 WOll»S! •/, SCENES BELOW ARE Afc*UAL WtOtOdftAWtS OF Wi^ttS*ORftf DAMAGE IN THIS COMlttttNtTV IN a:5aay^3&«?oA««».^i.»iSK,«::-, . r .'»::>:.^ .:-:• .'-;::• . •. . •- ' • ... •• r,..:..^.... r, .-OK • f Moke YOUR Property Is Fully Covered with Insurance ." Don't Wait Until It's Too Late R.S. •"- Wind Insurance.'aiul All Other ~ Lines;pf Insurance . , . f m '•.-'-'. • ' .. ' '. ' • • • ', ' >. ! * ' Automobile Loans Office-lfct, bobr North of loWa State Bank CITY-DWELLERS We DO have wind losses in town as well as on farms ... in our last wind on the 3rd of this month, this office paid for 12 wind losses in Algona and 3 in neighboring towns. Losses were chimneys, doors, storm windows and shingles. We Will Cover You lor Windstorm! Algona Insurance Agency 206 Cast State C. R. LaBAEBJE Phone 55 We Write All Types! Windstorm, Tornado and Hail Insurance (Also Hail on Growing Crops) FAST CLAIM SERVICE L. S. BOHANNON j Over S. & L. Stoire Insure f or iWnada an4 Windstoi^ with Iowa Mutual Tornado 1 Insure Your Farm Property for Ligh tning and Fire with ' ~ ' ; f Kossuth County Mutual They Have Mth Saved Their Members Many Thousands of Dollars Since 1884—in Settlement of Losses and in Cost of Insurance BOTH ARE PIONEERS IN COOPERATIVES Call at (he County Mutual Office in Algona or See One of Oyf Agents in Your Own Locality Fdf Hail Insurance Contact Walter L- Friesner, Phone 746 - 720 So. Minn. St. - Algona ^tCliwifaintee You Price Per Bushel Regardless of Market Price.,. f hatMeihs "Harvest Money" for You Even if You're Hit by Hiil Are Your Buildings in Shape for the Windstorm Season? Take These Loss-Prevention Measures- i Replace Old Shingles and^Keep Roofs in Good. Repair i Keep Foundations in Good Condition Throughout Straighten and Brace Building^ Which Are Leaning or Out of Plumb Replace Old Worn Hinges and Deficient Ddor Tracks l Anchor Corn Crib and Granary Elevators Securely i Cut Down Defectives Trees Which Cduld^Fall oh Buildings | HELPS : HOME ,. ,.,„ , we can, and in any way we can, we will give you the material* an4 al*|it|iicl to carry out the measures above, the wain thing is—don't take chance*,,, it i* doub* Jy difficult to repJaeelossef today, even when you are covered with iifctttriiiice. " ing materials are not easy to get, so practice loss-prevention against possible storm damage. Inspect your buildings... if attjr air* ftot in coJ make re $M ;iit4^ately,,, aVoidihe possibility of havinf Call at Norton VI;;wi «an be of service id you. joji, , fefe^JJjfe ;!i!fei!jgj or to &s :,W* m '-'i^-,.,..„,_,, ti&ifbtifam . <P ! lw^9WS?=a?W5sp.K^- -m '.r-i^r^r-.-.^^yivfi'.-f^-yi^KaiffiiKf'i, .-'• ^.-'* -".-'--'" > jp a 'T-,'A-" /^ |Vn^4L4i:SiWi^^^£4^^

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