The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 15
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S PRIfcljS J# Hffc6 BUYERS - HOM6 6WNERS - HOME NOW IS THE TIME TO DO YOUR PLANNING -. Our Simple Loan Plem Include* Just Onft Payment -' Like Rent - Etten Month You Pay Oh Th# Loan Prlnd- pal, Interest, Taxes and Prdperfy Protection, ' LOW COST - SIMPLE INTEREST *• N6 PREPAYMENT PENALTY. Remodeling Loans Per Home Improvement. If You ; Now Have A Loan On Your Home Perhaps The Pay* ments Are Too High - See Us For Refinancing. Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass*ii ALGONA (Since 1*17) JQWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10,060 1 BYF.S.L I.C. Miking yiur city i bcttir plica to llv», work irid rail* i fimlly- th.r.iuit of« GROWING livings and Loin buiineai mmmmmmmff Harold Glinke, Bancroft — Friends here received word of the death of Harold Glinke, who operated the creamery here for many years before moving to Perry where he also operated a creamery. He suffered a heart attack and died. Funeral services were at Perry March 31. Mr Glinke was abou$ 60 years, old. .Besides his wife, he leaves a daughter Gail, married arid living, in Omaha. Surprise Party , A group of friends-surprised Mr' and Mrs !Norman Boever on their tenth wedding anniversary by bringing lunch, Wednesday evening. The guests enjoyed playing: cards. ; , '• . *. Property Sold ' Arthur Renger has purchased a half lot from Mrs Mary Schiltz arid' will build a new home. Mr and Mrs Walter Renger, son of Arthur,, will move to the Renger farm later this spring. James Becker has purchased the Ao- curso home. The Accursos will build a new home south of the Don Murray residence. ""•* ,.,*^+.& ;Mr$ ant? thf. •4*— Arrival . r '- -,-, ...... , ,Mr land Mrs Ed Schilta arfi erttlWa sorf Wh April 7 flt Family hospital,, Estherviller Kunkel of Algona- and Mr Mrs • ^Arnold- Sehilt2 are grandparents. . ' ..,..-, NartULCandldaie .:., • "1..' l|nda Green, daughter of, Mf and Mrs "Clarence GreeW and junior- at St. Johns High, Schaol; was selected as delegate by .the McKinhori -Post Arrierican Legion to attend Girls State to 66'held at Cedar Falls in June. Rita Hen;' driekson, daughter of Mrs Rich* ard Chipman, was runner-up. Shfe is a junior at. St. Johns. ,• . , Shower Honoree A bridal shower hondring' Hfil' en O'Ddnnell was held '^ThUrsdhy evening in St. Johns Catholic church. Miss O'Donnell will be] married April 15 in St. Jbfirts Catholic Church to Gerald fif- pelding of Whittemore. * -• .7" ' Underwent Surgery ...... ..\ Mrs William Kennedy is a pn- tient at Holy Family hospilal,. Estliervllle, where.she underwent, major surgery Tuesday. ' ' Mrs Ralph^ Caylor,' Patty Dolan, and Kay Menke,;toOk the slsfefs of St. Johns school to Garner Monday where they spent the day as guests o| the Garner siff iers. .•'.•." :••' , v . -••.-,•.•- -.;•. •; llgona tipper ALQONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, APRIL, 13, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. IS , Patty Dolan took .her brother John, to -Algona Monday ;where he took the .bus -to Fort 'Dodge spent the. day with his' sister Mary Kay and brother Mike and family before returning to his School work at Sioux City. He had spent the week with his mother, brothers and sisters ,hcre. .An explorers meeting- was held Wednesday 'evening at the Pub' lie-school and. a large group attended. The explorers and invited friends are having a dance Saturday evening. • Mr. and Mrs Ted Johnson attended funeral services at Lako- la Tuesday afternoon for Mrs Annie Ogren. ' " •, , Mr and. Mrs Melyon Ditsworth spent the weekend at Sioux Fulls, So. Dak., visiting her. mother, Mrs Flannery who was ill and ih .the. hospital. / " Mrs Leona Baker is visiting her sister, Mrs Nellie Lupin, who fractured her foot last week. •"Mrs Marion Inrnan, who has been vis.it.ing- her. daughters, Mrs Baker and Mrs Campbell, in California the last four months, • returned 'home Wednesday. Her sons Paur and Phil, met her nt Perry. ' I**! Mrs Laurence Bergman entertained a group of friends at a coffee party Friday afternoon at her home. Mrs' Norman" BOever entertain* ed a group of ladies at a coffee Monday morning. Games were played; Mrs Bergman and Mrs George Rake won prizes. Mrs Perry Torino, Mrs Cletus Dorr, Mrs Laurence Bergman and Mrs Ben Farrow, Lakota, consulted eye doctors at Mason City Tuesday. Mr and Mrs John Shay and Mr and Mrs Perry Torino attended funeral services at Buffalo Center for the ladles' cousin, Mr Opscdal, Buffalo Center. Mrs William Korrect returned home after the weekend spent in Laurens with her son George and wife. Mr-and Mrs Bob Reynolds are leaving to make their home at Morion. Mr and Mrs Reynolds have operated the .theater here for several years. They will manage a theater and drive in at Marion. Mr Reynolds will leave Tuesday. Mrs Reynolds and daughter will remain here . Ask Bids For Mail Route From Ft. Dodge To Sheldon A call for bids has been issued by the Poslofficc Department for operation of a mail carrying route between Ft. Dodge and Sheldon, via Algona. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of Distribution & Traffic Manager, room 250, Main Postoffice, St. Louis 55, Mo. The term involved for carrying mails would start May 22, 1961 (or such subsequent date as may be ordered) to June 30, 1961. There are two parts to the bid. Part A is daily operation (except Sunday) leaving Ft. Dodge I.C. station at 2:30 a.m. and arriving at Sheldon at 6:30 a.m.; and leaving Sheldon at 11 a.m. and arriving-at Ft. Dodge P.O. at 2:45 p.m. Part B operates Sunday only',leaving Ft. Dodgc_ I.C. station at' 7 a.m. and arriving at Sheldon at 10:50 a.m., and leaving Shel- don at 5 p.m. and arriving back at Fort Dodge I.C. station at 9 p.m. !l Bid forms may be obtained >at the Algona postofficc from Postmaster Sullivan, and must bo in St. Louis by 9 a.m. on May 8, 1961. Highways Embargoed The Iowa State Highway Commission released an embargo report this week' which limits the weight of a'loaded'vehicle to Six tons on two area roads. The two highways are number 226, from Titonka to its junction with high-, way 18 between, .W.eglgy^and StextOn; 'and' number "44, from highway 18 north of Whittemore, to thq Mii.ne.ipta state; sline; 'Boith are hnfd ^surface .highways. '•;' FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAimrtY - THE BIG EVENT OF THE YEAR«I I j I Interesting Educational Displays '- :|NTERTAiNiNT LITERATURE EXHIBITS DAYS! FRIDAY -SATURDAY - SUNDAY APRIL 14-15-16 AT THE NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW AND MODERN IN HOMES AND HOME FURNISHINGS DON'T MISS IT!! Post Transfer & Storage Algona Hotel Reding's Davis Paints FUTURE! Zendw's Kirk's She* Store Graham's Smoke Shop North Iowa Appliance Center Bomgaars 5 & 10 Coast-to-Coast Store Gamble Store Foster Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing L. S. Muckey Plumbing 8e Heating Jack's O. K. Tire Service Kossulh Radio 8c Electric Buscher Bros Implement Hutiell Office & School Supply These Algona Business Firms Invite Donovan Specialty Shop Waldron's Cafe Heady-Mix Concrete fc Lumber Wiltgen Jewelers. Security State Bank Iowa State Bank Leuthold-Williams (The Hub Clothiers) Algona Theatre Co. The ChrischUles Store Algona Greenhouses Modern Dry Cleaners Sharp's Jewelry Algona Produce Co. > Universal Mfg. Co. Percival Motors Schulti Bros. Garage & Oil Station Taylor Implement Co. Ernie Williams — John Deere North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. You To Attend The 1961 Home m Algona Plumbing 8e Healing Bjustrom Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. Beeeher Lane Appliance Algona Flour 8t Feed Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Christensen's J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug 'Algona Insurance Agency Blossom Insurance Agency Home Federal Savings 8e Loan Ass'n. Fowler's of Iowa Show. ' ' Sherwin-Wiliinmi Painti Funk Plumbing Sc Healing * Hood's Super Valu Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co, Kent Motor Co. Ko«sulh Motor Co. Algona Laundry 8t Dry Cleaneri Cullen Hardware Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Thermogas Co. Of Algona Botsford Lumber Co. Hopkins Super Service Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Dau Garage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Siruecker Conoco Service Algona Refrigeration Frederick Hardware Isaacson Studio Carson's for Color

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