The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 13
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RENT OUR NEW . .. ELECTRIC POWRM!RAY*R NOW—kill disease germs and' flies in all your fatm buildings the easy, lota cost way! Spray .with CarbOla, the disinfecting -white psint that de- Btroys profit-killing insects and germs on contact. Stop in at our store today for a supply ol Carbola and ask about our low-rental Portable Sprayers . For Only $3.50 Per Day. GREW TEAM s'l mm- DUNCAN PRODUCE - Sentral Band Is Rated "One" Fenton — The Sentral Band received a First rating at the State Music Contest held at West Bend this past week. Three other area bands participated. The Sentral Girls Glee Club and-the Mixed Chorus received a No, 1 rating at the contest. A caravan of local people met the Sentral School buses as they returned from West Bend late Saturday afternoon. Warfbii Jones is director of the Band and Mrs Jones directs the vocal groups. BEAR Wallace Cpleman, former Northwood resident, shot a , huge Polar bear in Alaska recently that is expected to take eighth place in the Boone and Crockett records of the world's largest bears. \ WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR NEW "NORTH ROOM" ADDING ONE-THIRD MORE FLOOR SPACE... and FEATURING THE NEWEST IN CARPETING, LAMPS, AND ALL TYPES OF FURNITURE ABOVE: One View of The New "NORTH ROOM" Showing Early American Living Room Furniture In The Foreground, Pole Lamps and Carpet Department in the background. g . WE DELIVER ANYWHERE ' : . • • , - - ; • 1- For The Finest In Home Furnishings At Sensible Prices .... Visit... ' •B^MmmHNfe 4NoravBiV im ®n PETEItSI.ro Furniture FENTON, IOWA "WORTH DRIVING MILES TO BROWSE AROUND" IT'S CROP INSURANCE OF THE BEST KIND . . . NOBLE'S PULL-TYPE INSECTICIDE ATTACHMENT 4-Row Pull-Type Holds Enough Qranwjqr OPT to Tref t 20 Acres of Corn, • NO MIXING • NO WATER • NO NOZZLES • NO WIND (.OSS AND IT COSTS LESS THAN SPRAY LET US SHOW YOU AND QUOTE PRICES WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON Sentral Band Enjoys 1 Rating Thursday, April 27, 1961 Alae-no (td.) Upper Pa> Moto orgart. She is an honor student, and was active in speech work and took part in the state finals of the spcecli contest for 4H and CYO and the Iowa Speech Association. She also sings In St. Michael's church choir. Birthday Surprise Mrs William Bcsch was pleasantly surprised when a group of relatives and friends gathered at her home last Friday noon with a pot luck dinner to help her celebrate her birthday. Guests were Mrs Julia Goche, Mrs Marguritc Arndorfer and Gertrude Schiltz of Bancroft, Mrs Evelyn Wagner and daugnler Linda of Algona, Mrs Dolores Gcelan find son Danny of Kuthven and jV'U-s William Fande) of here. Rev. Cletus Bcsch of Emmclsburg was an afternoon caller. A late evening surprise came when she received a call from her son Maurice, who is stationed with the air force at Cump Biloxi, Miss. Hospital Report MJ'.S (Jdne Siokka wus recently released from Palo Alto memorial hospital in Emmetburg. Mrs George Myer entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last T 1 Tuesday where she underwent surgery Wednesday and wfis re- teased Friday.' Erwin Siems is a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Rochester where he has been for the past two weeks. Yvonne Faulstich, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Faulstich and Marlene Zumach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Zumach, had tonsillcctomics last \veek._ DANCES Legion Ballroom Bancroft Friday, April 28 RAY'S ACCORDION rrlday, May 5 ALLENWELSH Featuring The Lowry Electric Organ Lone Rock —'SenWai high school's band brought home the bacon — in the form of a number I division''rating, from the Staitje Contest at West Bend Saturday. And to say the entire crew, includ- in* Director Warren Jones, at Ithe left,' above, was happy would be the understatement of the year. ° Band members immediately decorated the bus which took them to West Bend and back with all kinidsbf banners and slogans,'like "State Champs" and "Thanks, Mi-. Jones" and proceeded to whoop it up, Several membei-s of the band are shown, most draped all over ithe front of (the bus, in tne abOV The' l rhorus, V boys ; filed clubland ginls gl^e alub also'did ail right at the contest, coming through with II xatihgs/ (Mrs. ; Parry)! Householder Phbto—UDM Engraving) . ners at Spencer Thursday even- By Mrs Darryl Householder Th.e seventh and Eighth grades of Sentral School had a pot-luck supp'eV at Call Park in Algona Friday evening. Following supper ihoyi attended a movie. Mi; arid Mrs Kenneth Thompson 1 of Crcston are the parents of a son bom Saturday, April 22. The baby weighed 6 los. The Thompsons have two other children. The grandparents are Mr ant^ Mr? Andrew Thompson of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod visited in the Harvey Rath home Sunday evening. They celebrated the birthday of Mr Rath. '•• Mrs Maude Blanchard spent the weekend in the Alfred Schulti. home at Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Carl Olsen and Ruth of Livennore were Sunday dinner guests in the Garryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder and.Vicki Jo, and Mr and Mrs Carl Olsen and Ruth were Sunday 'evening suppcjr guests in the Woodrow Pet'tit home. The 'Fonton Township Homo- makers Club met Friday evening in the home, "of Mrs Ray Laabs. Ten members and husbands were present. Don'Stnrk of the Farm Buieau office spoke. The next meeting for the club will be a' tour through Union Slough and a wiener roast May 19. Mrs Merril Marlow of Omaha visited the Merwyn Marlows Friday evening. Mrs- Faber Diu;an of Humboldt visited Saturday evening in the home of Mr and Krs Marlow. Mr and Mrs A. Pavick of Fairmont, Minn, were Sunday even- ins callers in the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family also calico in the Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Kneedler and family visited in the Justin Berhow home in Kiestcr, Minn Sunday. Mr and Mrs Larry Heid- ersehcidt and Donna of Algona were Thursday evening callers in the-' Knocdler home. Mr and Mrs Clinton lUith were callers in the Harvey Rath home at Algona Sunday. Mrs Emma Hurlburt visited in the Clinton Rath home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath went to Waterloo and Visited in the home of Mrs Rath's brother, Mr and Mrs Hollis wilson and family in Cedar Falls on the way home. Eight ladies on; the committee for Family Living aftneded a meeting 1 ' at' the 'Farm Bureau Thursday Morning. Mrs Mildred Ryan assisted Avis Lettow, Extension Home: Economist, with th» Program. The following ladies were present: Mrs Everett Hanna, Mrs Thoresen of Swea City, Mrs Pearl Asa and Mrs Bob -Boleneus.Mrs Willis'Cotton, Lone Rock, Mrs John Bloomer, Mrs Krvin Gerber, and Mrs Quinten Bjuslrom of Algona. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Alfred Scihonck of Algona, Mytlc Hanna of Sioux City attended the wedding of Rose Ann Hanna, daughter of the Walter Hannas of Nora Springs and David Riley of- Minneapolis at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore of Algona and Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna celebrated birthday din- ing. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and girls visited in .tne home of Mr and Mrs H. K. Drown in Des Momcs over the we'eKend. Mrs Blanchard attended "Flower Drum Song" at the KRNT Thea- EileenO'Brien QfWhittemore ToGirlsStafe Whiitemore — The Whittemore American Legion Auxiliarj has chosen Eileen O'Brien to represent Whittemore at Hawkcyc Girls Slate Juno 18 to 24 at Cedar Falls. Miss O'Brien is t he- daughter of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and a junior at Garrigan high school She is a member of the glee club, library staff, paper staff and interested in piano and NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. IN DISTRICT COUUT Kossuth County No. 7892 March Term, 1961 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the Hast Wiil and Testament of Ella Pertl, Deceased, dated May 2, 1957, having been ilhis day filed, opened and read, Monday the Bill day of May. 1961, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court lluuse in Alliona, lnwa, before the District Court of said County, or the CkM-k of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cau.se, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 22, 1961. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Delia Welter, Attorney AJgoua, .luwa Now you can save money on your seed corn without settling for less than PIONEER performance. 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