The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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! I UWp ul Come to us first for your NEW KITCHEN As little as $522 per week for complete kitchen remodeling i.. .. • .., .I*. ,! , T* If you have an old-fashioned kitchen, you can save hours each week if you'll let us design and install a modern, step saving work arrangement for cabinets and counter space. There's no charge for this service, and if you can do sortie of the job yourself, we'll be glad to show you how. We'll handle all the details. Call nbw< . '/ ONE ^ STOP! '<> SHOP //• for home remodeling help •( f . - -.».__ . . ... , . V f KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA NOW AT Beecher Lane Appliance Co. Buy a Westinghouse major appliance and get three additional appliances without paying an extra cent Great for your home or to give as gifts, they're all included in the low price of any 1961 Westinghouse refrigerator, freezer, range, dishwasher. Laundromats, dryer, wash-'n'-dry combination, or room air conditioner. Offer good until June 30. 1961. You can be sure it's Weatlnghoute. Look for this'symbol when you shop> I Wettlnjhoosi Dofo-mitic Hot Doj Cooker <-Al0ttna (la.) Uppttf D« Mo!n« Thorsday, May 4, ' --••"•^ •>•-• ••••** .-•^-^^•<--.i-'.--. -• • ..• i-.~ v.;.. .%,.-„ lt -•_+-f au _' i f£_l-_ : - ••, ' . -'^ V - t ..^..J^^ Algonans Wed SO 1 *^ ' " , " ' i - An open house, honoring ihe golden wedding • anniversary ofTMt and MIS rtemhard A. Bennice^ ' Aigona, wki-be heldltluS? suridfiy May 7, from 2 to 5 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran church here. Friends •neighbors and relatives are invited to attend.' ! ' * "v •• Mr and Mrs Behnke were married May 10, 1911 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, \Vhi»uemore. They have live children, all of whom will attend the anniversary observance. They are Herman" Behnke iairmont; Esther (Mrs J. B. Waller), Decatur, 111.; Alvera (Mrs H H. KoschKe), W/averly; Harold BeJmke, Sac City; and Ruith Behnke' Philadedphia. They also have 1 grandchildren. (Missal Photo-UDM Engraving) daughter tsf !Mr 'am! 'Mrt ttlrold Wehrspann of Fenton and Bar Seneca Girl, To Wed Soon, Is Honored SENECA — Dorothy Petersert was honored .at a miscellaneous hower. Sunday afternoon at the" Seneca School. ' ' • Sharon uorsey registered the tsia- anu MVJ.IJ Loon announced e program, a narrative 01 uoi- mys lue, react oy mrs vVm. uor- ey; musical selections, neiiet •oueier; and .a.situ uy, Cuueeii muni ana ' Aiyce .ftierstin at-i ictmg life on ''tne iioneyrnotin na a monia laier. ivuy i^ onciuaea me program witii a fiaisiea m opening her 'guts 'by ei' silfet, Ai^e/ a/so 'itehee 'voi,-' 6 GET ALL THREE OF THESE APPLIANCES FREE OF EXTRA COST WHEN YOU BUY ANY 1961 WESTINGHOUSE MAJOR APPLIANCES eier ana Mrs uscar ratteiaun, aunt the onae elect, presiuecl ac suver service. Mrs tinier Hannisch presentea U.e nontuea gueat, 'nc-i- tiiotnui-,' ana tne giooiii eietts rnotner, i»uo miner rnesm w.m cariictuoit cordages. nootfesses included Mrs Clarence ivienz, Mis r,imer uanmacn," ivus J_,aurenue jonannesen, iViia ueimar riatner, vvoocliow iviacnt, Mrs vene bmitn, Mia rtuie Arait, ivlrs £v-uieu vvithaiii, cjunuan, mrs i_,esi.ei uua i_,eWiS ureese, iviia -aLifibon, In, s uonaiu CIOUK, iviis ina^iin vvuoerg, ivno Mrrand Mrs Frank Woodbeck of Clare; Iowa, spent-^Saturday and Sunday at the holn6 of their daughter and family, the Alfred Petersons. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys spent Sunday evening with tne Reuben Larsons, Arm-strong. Saturday ^afternoon visitors at the Claude"'JdhriSoris"-were' 'Mr. Johnson's sister, the Curtis Brandlands of St. Peter, Minn. Mr and Mrs Everett Johanrisen of Swea City were Sunday afternoon guests at the Claude Johnsons. Ringsted Man Is Crash Victim Funeral services for Floyd' A. Johnson, 52 Ringsted, were held at 2p.m. April 27 in the in the Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong with Rev. ' David vigen officiating. Buraial was-, " namm- Ails wni. ana i«j-s Mian, inxS v^ail i-ne lJoi.->ey ana tjrijiO Luou. Miss heic-rsen'j marrigae to Eu- riiC'Sui 01 iiadger will taAu buiiuay, Aiuy ^d, al trie- t C..LUX-U m ^j-mjtrong. Uis.s I'eiersi'ii was ai^j nonoitu a paimy snuw'tr Suiurctay ai .ne i'rco ivtuu,oa;.sl icxreauon •oom at Aimsuong. rlodtessc-a A'we ivii-s .-lUauii rrotiy, IVirs Sar! Sjuit, Mrs V'eldon Jickhari, :iy vcioruggu, ana Mra Mavis. . at Arms-trong Grove cemetery. , 01, . Mr, Johnson, was, killed instant- rH|Lf!lj'5WJ.'4:15 p.m. April 23-:whah trie auto he was driving crashed into a bridge abutment a mile south of Dolliver oh a county road. The vehicle hit the southwest' corner of the bridge and Mr Johnson succumbed .to severe head injuries. I he v car was, a total loss. Floyd Alb'eVt Johnson was born Oct. 18, 1D08 at Lake Preston, S. D., and attended schools there, also. He formerly worked for Merle Flint of Rinigated and more recently had been employed by .<napp Implement Co: of Ringsted. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson, Col-on, S. D.; a daughter, Diane, South Dakota; three brothers, v'trnun, Armstrong, Leslie, Owa- .onr.a, Minn.; Aiaen, Arlington, j. D.; a sisu-r and grandchild. tin. \\'o- 1961 Cwter Drawer Refrigerator (3e Sure To Register Each Time You are In The Sfore f$r The No Payment 'Til July We Sell * We Install We Service * We Guarantee BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE 'The Wildest Trader In Town 215 E. State Aigona At Church Conclava The hiat cunterence of Ai'.:i-ncal Lutheran tlimx-h i;:tn dl tlv..' KininelsLui 1 ^ Cu enee v.'a.; nelu ul Uie iti Lu(iu;;an e.,uri;li at u'orest City, v,.:U!iwciay, AprU 2u wan ap- pii'.x^nau-.y liv'c liundred women and |...;^tor.-. ui d^tcndance, K( IJHSLiuativcs from the Blak- jer C«jnsieaation attending the conk-rente Wetinesday were tne ctek-^auM IIDJU me local organization, Mrs i''icd Johannesen and Mrs Tt-d Jensen, Pastor and Mrs Liavid Vigen, Airs Martin Wil- tn-r;;, uux.liary president, Mrs Hirny Lcjolt, Seci clary of Stewardship, and Mrs John Johannesen. A. CJ. Farrinyton returned this weekend froia Tc-inye, Arizona, wnne ho has spent the t'ali and winter i.ionths with other mem- i < rs of Ins family. Mr Harrington i-fcornp-inied the- Win. Dorseys to Arizona last summer. Mis \Voodrow Kracht was hostess to the- Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday afternoon. There v.-c-re 15 members in attendance and two guests, Mrs Miles walker of Swoa City and Mrs Floyd Bacon of Hurt. Mrs Henrietta Thompson had charge oi the entertainment. Mrs John Kicssin, Robert and Diana Lynn, returned Sunday after spending the past week with .er parents, the Lyle Englands. Mrs Nina Kracht arid Linda spc-nt the weekend at Ricevillc. wlie-ie tiity were guests at tin- K.iyniond Kiachl home. Mr and Airs Cecil Baldwin drove to Rockford, Illinois, Wednesday,'to attend funeral services lor the- lormer'a moiher. Mrs A. W. Baldwin, B4, who passed away the pluvious day. Funeral services weie held Thursday.' The Baldwins returned home on Fri- Pick Lone Rock Girl For 'State' LONE ROCK — Kerr - Ham- mcrstrom Post of the American" Legion Auxiliary of Lone Rock is sponsoring Barbara Wehrspanri at Hav, keye girls State, Cedar F;;lls. June 18th through 24th'. Barabara Tomlmson is the Alter* naif. The girls are top students in the Junior class from Sentra) High School. Barbara is the ,„ Success Says MO. brfic'iak of the ftationnl farm- tes Organization have announced hat the rdcSnt test holding action on Battle, hogs and sheep was "the bc-st demohsli alien of farmers cooperating; in the hist6ry ot Orpn Lee Staley, NFO president, stated following the holding action that "we had a tremertd- ius effect on the present market- rig system because they were hufilmg livestock from market o .market, trying to make re- Eipts appear normal," His statements were met by latement from markets that the olding action resulted in no rriaj- r reduction .in-the number ot nimals rnarketerl during the s'bitght 'oH tattle," hags ,t« ft'dt driven Wfflafji ttte Np0 tfujrini'Jthe —„ Sai'd that* the Vecerit ftpJd) action Was held to test/lne, support of farmers and mara reaction,' and 'w.Jion a sufflcle; number of farmers over aila$ though m-ea ifjdfcato theyj As& "ir& to Hold, Urall'dut'hold- -., aetlortj including other corri-' modules, Will be used until agree. ' to stabilize priced' and \l< 'conditions c a n^ be" reacihed. , ' ••* . St. Joe Trojans Me* April 26 The St. Joe Tro^anS met April 3 at the home of Kenneth Bormann. The delegates -for 4-H camp were chosen. They are Vlr- rfil '-Vagner, and George Illg. ' Hov/ard Kahlhaas was chosen or'Short .Course. The Senior demorts:ration team °prasenting the Trojans at Burl his year will be, Rp'bert '.and Richard -Erpelding. .' / .••:•,• .' • • 'Jnmes firpeldirtg gave a demonstration' and' 'Mike Slnrt'well; T* <ui , ^j All Law Offices In Kossuth i < - • . ..-_.'-.•,,,>.,County Will Be Closed Sat- urdays From May Through September. -:!_;.-.•' , - • ."-..>,(•; ••••''. J . ..' ' ' ''•!''' KOSSUTH COUNTY , ; ' " ' i *•*.-'•> IS'--" ;• BAR ASS'N • '• - clll was 'r 1S3S f 'Alft6fiL ' .. ; -. ew ft^stor . if'Alberta,- Canada -will' August 6 as n"ew.'pastor "ai the Sf. ! ,tdhn's Luthe'reft'ehiU'eii tot& piade v Hev.' Carlo PetoseV *vhb ni6ve'd t'6 Solvent?, Calif. Rev. Miller attended Grand View' Seminary in ftes Moines and was ordained in lU4d.' He Will rniivt his wife and family bf four children here Wiiere they will live m ti.e new Manse being Constructed 0*1 the church grounds otic) Mile east of town. ' MOORE BUSINESS FORMS All sizes. Upper Des Moines Of tide Supply Dept., Phone CY 4 ALLEN WEISH FealOrirt§ th . Elselrii Orfltm FH/Jay, Mdy 12 |LUE BANNERS Save Your Income //a// riffns yourcrpps Be safe — insure; y6ur crop income with Farmers M u ! ua J, ^ a !'' Y ou Pay no more, yef you get much more -30 framed fieldmen and 100 adjusters Jo assure prompt 'payment of clalmi -flrfe bnd lightning 'projection r bn crops in the field at. ..*!? ?*'*? .??!!* Ca ". y° ur a 9 e n| or write today, BOKANNQN INSURANCE SERVICE •:•' •*<*•?':•? *• -**... .:.:*"*'•• . •»>»•* 'V V. 6 N. Dodge AJgond :: CY 4-4443 HEN THfc DOORIBELt RI i v.'I house by ; v / '• '. Home Inter phone! • -'• •: j i •, : Your regular telephones become a wonderfully /con veitient bom- munications/system' with the iiew Home Interphone. *SmaH ' speakers let you answer the doorbell, talk i'o other rooms in the house, transfer incoming calls. .Just turn a tiny button on. any p\hone"to broadcast your voice in other, parfs'pf "the house; the person you're talking to can listen and reply across the room. • , FOIl FjJLL DETAILS, call our business office —or ask your telephone man. -NORTHWESTERN BELL I0WA ELECTRIC

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