frf AlgoriB (ifl.) Upp»f Pa Mfttrifet';; thUMday, April A, T961 Wesley Woman's Brother-in-law Dies Suddenly . — . Mr Martinek and family attended the funeral of her brother-in- law, John Arens, at Charles City April 3. He died March 28 while watching TV. He is survived by his widow, the - former Agnes Hauptman, daughter of the late Ed Haupt- rnans of Wesley, three daugherst; Mrs (Lillian) Larry Meyers ot Nashville, Tennessee; Sister (Larraine) Bernard Marie and Sister (Dorothy) Jovanna, both of Milwaukee; two sisters and two brothers and his mother of Lawler. Home For Easier Students and young persons employed elsewhere who were home for the Easter weekend included Marva Nygaard and friend of Evansville, Janice Vitzthum of 'Des Koines, Julie Nygaard, Leila Jordan and Ruth Wise of Des Moines, Roger F4om of Ames, Mrs Evelyn Saunche ol Eau Clair, Wisconsin, Gloria Wise of JesUp, Aline Martinek o Boone, Paul and Judy Pfeffer Iowa City; Tom Root, Omaha Dan Arndorfer, Iowa City; Jim Raney, Mason City; Donna Bleich, Cedar Falls; Bob Richtsmeier, Des Moines and Janice Richtsmeier, Ames. To Host Shower Mesdames John Whittemore, Orville Weiland and Kendall Weiland of Fairmont will be hostesses Thursday evening, April 6 at a pre-nuptial shower for Phyllis Weiland in the Methodist church parlors in Wesley. Attend Funeral Mrs Herman Bode accompanied Earl Elbert, Mrs Frank Eisele, Mrs Leo Walters and Mrs Ralph Fandel of Whittemore to Peoria, 111. March.22 where they attended the funeral of a cousin Ed Kerker, 54 Who leaves his widow • »nd 5 children. Prairie Center men, with Jerry Fox as chairman, were in charge of a Methodist Men's meeting March 16 in the local church. Mr and Mrs Carl Freck of Britt were guest speakers and showed colored slides, of her recent trip to Norway and Denmark. Methodist Men will serve a Mother-Daughters banquet at the church parlors April 20. Maynard Swahson and his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson of Britt visited the Leon Swansons of Austin, Minn. March 26. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen had as their Easter guests the Tom Wilsons and C. J. Wilsons of Belmond and the Lee Hildebrands of Britt. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith attended an open house honoring Mr and Mrs Jack Ostercamp on their silver wedding anniversary Tuesday evening at Britt. Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen and Mr and-Mrs Russell Swan- Eon and children joined relatives Sunday evening in the Paul Madsen home near Britt to observe the birthdays of three of the family. Irwin Martin of San Diego Naval Base spent March 22 to April 5 in the parental, Reese Martin home. He will enter a training school for radio and electronics in San Diego July 1. Easter dinner guests in the Martin home in his honor were Shirley Roiling, Mr and Mrs James Bleich, Mr and Mrs Don Haupl- man and family, Mrs Sophia Hildman, Beatrice: and Leo. Mrs Don Pecoy and new son Scott Alan and Mrs Albertus Krueger and new daughter Doreen Janelle were brought home- recently from the Britt hospital. Mr and Krs Don Vogel and family of Lohrville were Easter weekend guests in the parental, J. F. Meurer home. Methodist, Upper Flat and Evangelical Free Congregations held a union Service Good Friday at 1 o'clock. Both Rev. P. C. Carlsson and Rev. Robert Jones gave brief sermons and a quartet, composed of Dr. and Mrs War-, ner, Mrs Ivan Johnson and Jim Olsen accompanied by Anna Flom and a duet composed of Mrs George Ostercamp and Mrs Orville Weiland accompanied by Mrs Robert Jones sang appropriate songs. Dr. Warner led com gregational singing. Tuesday Club will meet April 18 at the Al Lickteig home with Mrs Francis Weber assisting. Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines, a former Wesleyan, is hospitalized for medical care. Easter guests in the Ed Hildman home were the Robert Kains Sr. and Dick Kains of Algona and the Maurice Meyers of Milwaukee. Kathy Skow, 9 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Skow, was brought home Monday from the Britt hospital where she had an appendectomy. A shower will be held Sunday afternoon, April 9 in the I.O.O.F. hall for Sandra Michaelson who will become the bride of Rae Smith April 17. Mr and Mrs Vincent Smith and Mr and Mrs Lou Lickteig were Easter guests in the Albert Lickteig home. , Mrs Lawrence Koppen and Bill took Lawrence back to University hospital, Iowa City Tuesday. He had spent 10 days at home. The Roland Schmidts of Gar- ner, Irwin Wiltgens of Algona and the Bill Koppens Were Sunday guests in the parental L, Koppen home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wihgert had as their Easter dinner guests, their son, Father Gerald Wingert and his housekeeper, Monica Rottanbalski of Rolfe and Mi and Mrs Edward L. Johnson and family. Rose Ann and Mary Hildman, Mrs Harold wno attend school in Milwaukee, Wis., spent the Easter weekend in the parental John Hildman home, * Mr and Mrs Earl Theiscn and family of Sauk Rapids, Minn., spent several days over the Easter weekend in the parental, Mrs Clara Haverly home. They and the Paul Kelley's of Des Moines. Paul Haverlys of Algona, Ed Cinks of Woden, Hugh Haverlys of Renwick and the Kenneth and Dennis Haverlys had a family dinner party in the Legion Hall.' Mrs Viola Studer was an Easter dinner guests of her son Bill Studer and family in Algona. Mr and Mrs Fred Weiland ot Kariawh'a were Wednesday evening guests in the Ray Weiland home. Methodist young people are to attend a youth rally April 9 in Emmetsburg. The Dale Dornbiers had as Lheir Easter dinner 'guests the Duane Studers, the August Stud- ers, Jerry Arndorfer and Delores Studer of Mason City. The family dinner- also honored the 10th birthday of Douglas Dornbier. Prairie Neighbors will meet April 18 in the Lawrence Baylor home with Mrs Ralph Schipull as assistant hostess. The Marlin Smith family of Deer River, Minn, were Easter weekend guests in the parental Fred Rasmussen- home. Other Easter Sunday guests were the Merle Rasmussens. , Sunday guests in the Elmei Doughan home were Mr and Mi's Leonard Arndorfer, Vicki and Danny and Mr and Mrs Jim Wulmsley and family of.Corwith. The Charles Prices moved last week to the Mrs Dave Lloyd 'arm east of town which they Drought. They sold their house ,o Mrs John Hughes,' who, with ler family will move in from their farm east of town. Mr and Mrs Oscar Wagner and family of Mason City were weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs E. M.,Olson. About 70 persons attended the Easter sunrise services in the Methodist church and the breakfast that followed. Rose Marie IVTatz and Charlotte of Jefferson vrcre weekenrl guests in the parental Julius Matz home. Kathy Otis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edmund Otis, has a position at the Iowa State University in Ames as a secretary for the Engineering Experiment Station. She is a graduate of Hamilton Business College, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Don Studer and family of Des Moines spent the Easter weekend in the Alf Studer home. Diane Gardner, who is employed in Cedar Rapids, spent tho holiday weekend in. tho parental, Leon Gardner home. THESE WOMEN I jp *AI**[} ,, "J KNEW you weren't listening! -I just said why don't WC taxi all the way instead of taking a bus, and you smiled and said yes I" ka, S. P. Powers, LakotS, Lerdy Ricke, Wesley, BurrWdette Steles, Whittem6i[e, HflKetydslfleH, Led* yard, Pauline Peter-sort, Lak&ifl, Ronnie Janisen, Lakota, afld'Eht* ma Wise, Wesley. , ' " Weiland of ton Co-op Elevator where he is employed. Pentecost was working in an area where other workmen were tearing down an old dryer. A 15 foot board was thrown out of the building, striking Pentecost's leg just below the knee. He was taken to St. Ann hospital where the broken bone was set and place in a cast. Church Auction Items from fruit jars to used cars will be sold at the Presbyterian Auction, Saturday, April 8, at the fairgrounds here, beginning at 1. p.m. Dale Yungeberg and Rich Reiling are donating their services as auctioneers and proceeds will go to the church building fund. Anyone wishing to contribute items for the sale can contact Alfred Schultz, Gordon Hall or Joe Skow. 3 Guilty Pleas Mark Week In District Court Fractures Leg George Pentecost, Algona, is convalescing at his home from injuries suffered Wednesday afternoon, March 29, at the Hobar- Prospective criminal trials, ending in pleas of guilty, caused a temporary lull in the activities of i the district court this week: Jurors, who had been directed to report Thursday for trial work, are now scheduled to report April 17. Larry Leaneagh, Algona, pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter Monday, and was sentenced to eight years in the pe- nitentary. He was given a one year bench parole and turned over to the state parole board on good behavior. Leaneagh paid a $500 fine plus costs assessed in the case. The charges arose from an accident Sept. 30, I960, in which two Titonka brothers, Falkert and Henry Sleeker, were killed. His driver's license was suspend- ed. Hugo' E. Worthington entered a guilty plea to a charge of driving_ while intoxicated. He was fine'd $500 and costs and was to serve out the term at the rate ot $5 per day. A charge of OMVI against Joseph F. Curran, LuVerne, "was' dismissed for lack of~ evidence to show that he had been dnving.- Curran pleaded guilty to a char-'; ge of reckless driving, and was fined $100 and costs. The state was directed to return his driving permit. Jurors had been drawn for the case. ' New jurors drawn in addition to the regular panel, but who have not yet served this term are, June Attig, Wesley, Beulah Davis, Burt, Henry Orthel, Titon- Ex-West Bend Man, Passes Funeral services' for Eugene Anliker, 35, former West Bend and Algona resident, were held March 28 at Trinity .Methodist church at Prirnghar- with buria at West Bend. Mr Anliker was born at 'West Bend and was graduated from high school there, He was married to Gloria Hoffet of West Bend and the family lived in Algona for four years until 1951 where Mr Anltker was a. jeweler's apprentice at Dean's Jewelry. He had lived at Prirnghar since 1951. Surviving are his wife;'three children, Jeffrey, Lynn and Jay Dee; his parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Anliker of Burlington; two brothers and three sisters. Local Teachers Get Pay Rajse; 12 To Resign Teachers in ,the Algona Community schools will be given approximately $22,000 worth of salary increases, according to a schedule for the coming year adopted-by the Board' of Education. Th'e increase 1 averages about $275 per'year for the. 77 member staff and is similar to increases during recent years. Contracts for ,the 1961-62 school year were 'given out Friday. It is expected that about 12 of the 77 will resign, at the close of this year for various reasons. The toitall enrollment next year is expected to be larger next year, according ito Supt. O.| B. Laing, but the number of teachers is expected to remain the same. Home Show Coming . Area,-residents were<reminded ithte week to ''Be sure and make plaite tt> attend the Aigbna H0me •Show,!,which wflTbe.'h'elld ait the 'Naitiofral Guard armoity three days next Weekend-, starting April 14, Many local business 'places will have displays at the show. Complete details Will 'be printed next week; Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Sptelil) — For the" first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop,itching, pnd relieve pain — without surgery. ,. • /,' In case after case, while gently* relieving pain, actual reduction^ (shrinkage) took place. ' " Most amazing of all—results wer* so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem 1" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H9, At all drug counters. MIC FARMERS ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. DES MOINES, IOWA THE APPOINTMENT OF TERRY CHRISTENSEN At Phone Meeting Mr and Mrs Don Houck of Lone ftock were among 748 dele* gates representing 325 independent Telephone companies who attended the 66th annual convention of the Iowa Independent Telephone Association Thursday and Friday in Des Moines. Most talks' at the -two-day meeting dealt with continued improvement of both rural 'and urban Service throughout the midwest, Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Of PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, towa SUNDAY, APRIL 9 MARV REEDSTROM Due to the death of my husband. I will sell the following property ai Public Auction on the farm located 4 miles west, 5 miles south and Vi mile west of Buffalo Center, or Vi mile east, 5 miles north and . 'A mile west of Tilonka, on .... Wed., April 12th Sale Starts at 12:30 p.m. Sharp Lunch on ihe Grounds MACHINERY 1950 Allis Chalmers WD Tracior, new tires; 1951 Farmall H Tractor; 1941 Allis Chalmers WC Tractor; 11x38 Chains and Wheel Weights; IHC No. 46 Baler, used one season; JD 4-row Cultivator, mounting for H Farmall; IHC 4. row Planter with fertilizer attach.; Hern Hydraulic Loader with Snow Bucket; JD 42-ft. Elevator, truck hopper, good shape; Stan Hoist Drive-on Hoist; JD No. 5-7-fi Mower, aood; IHC 2-14" Slat Bottom Plow, on rubber; Trash Rake; Allis Chalmers 15-fl. Disc; Allis Chalmers Combine; IHC No. 24 Corn Picker; 4-sec. Drag with folding bar; 10-ft Spring Tooth' Harrow; JD 4-bar Side Rake; JD Tractor Spreader; MM Spreader, on rubber; Trector Mounted Sprayer with Drops: IHC 8-fi, Binder, used for windrower; 4-wheel rubber tired Trailer and flat rack; 4-wheel rubber tired Trailer with steel flare box; Wooden Flare box; IHC End- gate seeder; Over-Head Hoist and speed jack; 1950 CHEVROLET pickup, Vi Jon, good condition. LIVESTOCK Farmer* Elevator Mutual InmrUN Cofflptuy you a compute line of Auto, Farm Liability, Fire and Hospltalization insurance. Ask FEMIC'S representative in your community to explain bow he can me you money on your present insurance coverages. TiRRY CHRISTENSEN, AI.GONA, IOWA BOX 28 CY 4-4586 YOUR slfro -OF PROJECTION FAKMIKI lltVATO* MUTUAL INSURANCE i COMPANY 34 Head of cattle, Holslein: Lilly, fresh with 1st calf November 28; Beverly, fresh with 2nd calf November 29; Mary, fresh with 1st calf December 1; Monaland, fresh with 2nd calf December 4; Lucky, fresh with 1st calf January 16; Dorothy, fresh with 3rd calf December 19; Patty, fresh with 3rd calf December 24; Rose, fresh with 2nd call January 1; Tiny, fresh with 3rd calf January 3; Dasey, fresh with 2nd calf January 26; Heifer, fresh with 51h calf February 27; Polly, fresh with 5th calf February 28; Susie, coming with 4th calf, bred artif, July 8; Reddy, Short Horn, fresh with 3rd calf, bre4 Dec. 5; Rainbow, Short Horn, fresh with 3rd calf, bred Dec.; Judy, Gurnsey, fresh with 3rd calf, bred Feb. 11; 9 Holstein Heifers put with bull November 28; 8 Holstein Heifers born in September and October; 1 Small bull calf; This herd is calfhood Bangs vaccinated and are now TB and Bangs tested; Shetland Pony, coming 3 years old, gentle, saddle and Bridle; 300 No. 901 Welp Pullets, chick feeders; chick waterer&f Gas Brooder Stove; 150 Hampshire pigs, 4 to 6 weeks old; 19 wet sows, vaccinated; 10 feeder pigs. __ BUILDINGS — 10 x 14 Hip-Roof brooder house; 12 x 16-4 pert hog house; 8 x 10 feed house; 8x8 tool shed; hog waterers; hog troughs; 3 steel hog feeders; new hay bunk; some hay and straw- MISCELLANEOUS — SPll Surge Milker, large pump, 3 units; 8-can master bilt side door Cooler; 11 Water Cups and Pipe; 16,10 gaL Milk Cans; Litter Carrier; 16-ft. Ladder; Olson Hay Fork; Handyman Jack; W Electric Drill; Tank Heater; Slat Cribbing; 175-ft Hay Rope; Air Compressor; electric Skill Saw; and many mor« tools, some lumber. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from Jhe premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any Jim Rippentrop Estate Dorothy Rippentrop, Administratrix. Quinn and DeVries, Auct. Titonka Saving* Bank, Clerk SUNDAY, APRIL 16 HENRY CHARLES SUNDAY, APRIL 23 .GUY DE LEO No Advance f Booth Reservations 1 Doors Open at 8:30 1 fillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllililllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll MUDDY DRIVEWAYS, YARDS OR LANES. You Don't Need Tfl.Be. Let Us Help You Now. We Will Deliver .fill'''"'-.' . •• ;:vvV!H:"i GRAVEL LiMEROCK BLACK DIRT CRUSHED GRAVEL * ' ' . ' •• i*. ''••.•• * • ' "'. * , ' : '. 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