The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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Wind And Rain Storm Damages Area Property A real, old-fashioned wind and m m ? vod into this area evenmg-and when it "' ma ££ thlngs didn> ' Th ° St0n «. Which f ,, o , arrive a '» after. . ffin , all ,y let go with everything it had about 8 p.m. in Al- 6 OD'D, Many streets ran more than fc 2"l h Watcr duri "e the Allowing hour or so, and trees took and aWful beating. Tree limbs (many of them very large) leaves and other debris littered the whole town after the high winds died down. Crops, for the most part, are not expected to suffer from the experience. Much corn was flattened, but is expected to rally and reach maturity. There were also scattered reports of slight damage to a few outbuildings on farms in the vicinity. TV antennas and flowering plants also suffered severely. Repairmen were, busy . on many roofs the following day or so. getting reception for viewers fixed up. ' Surprisingly, total rainfall registered, from the time the storm began until it let up was only 1.46 inches—according to the official weather station, KLGA,' Algona. However, it is possible much more rainfall than that '• landed in Algbna and other scattered areas. '•'•,; ; ' High temperature'reading during, the week was 93 ; degrees Sunday, followed by a 91-degree mark Monday—just before the storm. Low reading was 58 degrees^ Tuesday morning. ' H L June 8 78 June A —.78 June 10 .. 89 June 11 —..,93 June 12 _ 87 June 13 --.., 91 June 14 78 60 59 60 63 65 58 60 R Tr.: 1.28 .18 Rites Are Held AfWhittemore For Mrs. Baas Funeral services for Mrs. Charles C. Baas, 84, Whittemoce'f were held Tuesday, .June 6, in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. Burial was at the Lutheran cemetery. Mrs. Bates died Saturday, June 3, at St. Ann hospital, Algpna, where she had been a patient since she fell May 24. Anna .Krohnberg Baas was born Oct. 3, 1876 at Lockport, 111. In 1893 she moved to Whittemoro and June 23, 1897 she Was married to C. C. Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Baas lived on a farm southeast of Whittemore until the death of Mr. Baas in 1948. In 1950, Mrs. Baas moved to town where she lived until her death. Survivors include twb daughters, Elda, at home, and Edna (Mrs. John Ketelsen), Algona; three sons, George, Whittemore, and Harold and Lester, West Bend; 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Pallbearers at the funeral were six grandsons, Charles, Donald William and Harold Baas, Jr.. Gerald Weydert and William Paetz. 40th Anniversary Mr. 'and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck of Algona were pleasantly surprised on their 40th wedding anniversary by their eight children. Mr. and Mrs. Putzstuck retired to Algona in 1957 from a farm near LuVerne. The children presented them with >a TV set and brought a lunch, including an anniversary cake, for the occasion. The Putzstucks, who were married in Algona, also have 28 grandchildren. Trampled BV CttW Affldna (la,) Upper De$ Molne*-3 ~ ' thuMddy, June 1$, 1961 fivefett Witharfl, WhS has been.: a patieht at the Holy Family Hospital fdr''s6vefal days WceivingUrdattaent for 'aft fotjury sustained when he y/&s tram'pled by a caw, Was brought home from the hospital Wednesday. Reports are that he is getting along nice- STYLES! FABRICS! COLORS • new-loolc 'cottons! • embroidered rayons! 298 Here are '61's favorite styles . . . surface interest cotton knits, easy-core Edwardian prints, cotton continental stripes, ' ' i , • 100% rayons. Style extras, a Penney low price! 198 MEM'S LONG AND SHORTY PAJAMAS for comfort I Handsome prints, and stripes — No iron — S-M-L-XL. WASH N' WEAR DRESS SHIRTS - White - little or no ironing. '. — _ :—,—: '. :SHORT SLEEVE WHITE DRESS shirts , PLAID SWIM TRUNKS, By Galey and Lord. Action-free _boxers in wide selection — S-M-L- WASH N' WEAR SLACKS combed n' carded slacks, in five colors 29-36 : LUXURY BLEND LIGHTWEIGHT SLACKS, Penney's Dacron and Cotton blend summer QJT AC and slacks in sizes 29-42 $2.98 $3.25 $2.98 $2.98 $4.98 $6.95 1 SODA CRACKERS 2 Ib. box 39 C SNO-WHITB BLEACH Gallon 39° AERO FLOOR WAX „.,% gal. 89c JERGENS Hand Soap 6 Bars HAPPY HOST PORK & BEANS 10 Cans $1.00 DEL MONTE GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 4 Cans CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 4 Cans $1.00 KIEFFER PEARS 4 No. 2% Cans $1.00 FLAV-O-RITE PEANUT BUTTER 12 Oz. Jar Ik BUTTERNUT INSTANT COFFEE......... 10 Oz. Jar CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast Lb. LEATHER BILL FOLDS, first quality, tailored or zipper CO-CO styles _____________________ - ____ Plus Fed. tax V* V« MATCHED UNIFORM SETS, greys, green, tan, sanforized first quality, new low prices Shirts Pants REMEMBER .... NOW YOU CAN CHARGE AT PENNEY'S! It's Pre-Sifted FOR YOU YOU NEED NEVER SIFT AGAIN NO MATTER WHAT YOU BAKE WITH ROBIN HOOD FLOUR Clip the coupon from the back page of the Farm grid Home section, bring it te u* and you SAVE 15c on your purchase of any bag of Robin Hood Flour. ' ; CONSUMER'S Super Market ivery Day Lew Prisft COUNTRY STYLE Spare Ribs 49 C REAL MEATY GRAHAM CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box 59c ARMOUR'S STAR ALL MEAT FRAN K S 1 Lb. CELLO 49 c IMPERIAL Margarine LB. 35 c with coupon from FARM & HOME SECTION CHOCOLATE CHERRIES 1 . •- • 49c box FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS l^HMH^H^B^^BUMa^^HH SWEET SMOKE ^^B •• •• VH^ Slab Bacon LB. SLICED SWIFT'S WHOLE OR HALF \ SUMMER SAUSAGE LB. COOK OUT MEATS CLUB STEAKS • THICK CUT SIRLOIN T-BONE STEAKS • SPLIT BROILERS BAR-B-QUE RIBS • CUBED STEAKS RIB EYE STEAKS • GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE GUARANTEED Watermelon=98 FREE 50 GREEN STAMPS 25 Lb. Average CALIF. WHITE SHAFTER POTATOES 10 Lbs. 39c GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. Be FESTIVAL ICE CREAM Gal. 59c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Dozen $1,00 PLEASE LEAVE ORDERS FOR 30 LB. PKG. STRAWBERRIES

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