The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1961
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&Y 24, 1961 V* £. ^ f *r ' Lakofa Passes; I X? / . * • t. . L • -•Elsie Baum, 62, Lakota, died Monday evening,- Aug. 14, at Park hospital In Meson City. She had made her home the past two years at the Good Samaritan Home, Mason City, ' j,Jf lsi ,%i who had, been an invalid for ntatfy;years,'Was a native-of L | k °ta. •% warjthe daughter £*^ - £ >ftd,Mfs t Milliam' 'Baum, both, deposed. "Until illness* forced ha* Mtiretoent,' she had -'been a beauty'operator and instructor at, a cosmetology school' at ,-Al- b'ert Lea; Minn.,'She was'a life long member of the Lutheran church and a life member of the B.C.W. .' < J^ e M^^ty one sister, ttfdiaj >?Mrs.yEr;wihV Schweiteii, of Burt;.,&nd .fiverbrothers, Alfred or Lansing",: Mich,, Marvin of' Clear- Lake. Arthur of Min- n'eapbl^i-and-CIarerice' and" Ver- dejjn of Blue Earth, Minn. ^Funeral services wore held at Si Paul's /Xutherih. church in ' Bakota ,,'at fVclopk. Rev. D., H. Babcoclc of;<2drw'ith' officiated" at the services, Gary/.FUnei'al Home was in charge of "arrangements. ^Pallbearers were Otto Hertzke, Charles Hertzke, Raymond Hertzke, Maynard" Hertzke, Dr. Elmer Persig and-WJIard Baum. i „ >' ' i ~" —H^T- Investigates Local Break-Ins 'Algona Refrigeration, the Laundromat on South Phillips fefur itiruflnft stand at "the 1 fafrgroiunja were broken jnto sj^etWie^-during, the • night Thursday: and, Friday. The gone pslfee' department Is . {.toiling its ifivestifatibi! 6f the bf-gsk'ins. .,)• , The -Lions, stand under the frarfdstartd at the'-ialrgrounds suffered Idas, of some popcorn and ,iee, cream, while .Algoha He* 'ftigeratioii Ibst $12 in currency and change 'and several boxes of soap , and keys to equipment were taken from the Laundro mat storage. room. Open Accounting Office In Sept. i A former resident of Algona, Don Seivers, 25, and another msn, Dale Wilson, are in custody following their arrest on their ffirms southwest of Pocahontas awaiting hearings on charges of grand larceny. Included, in items found on their farms were several items .allegedly stolen from Kossuth county firms. Included were a power lawn- \ mower, taken from the Whittemore Hatchery May 3, a'hydrau lie cylinder and a sieve from L Combine, taken from Bradley 3r6s. recently, and a quicft-hitch ;akeh from Ernie Williams Imp Mar. 21. All of the items were recovered after the arrest 01 Seivers and Wilson. The men reportedly , operated n an 8-county area 'and their arrest came, after investigation by four sheriffs in counties surrounding Pocah6ntas county. Within a few hours after their arrest, sheriffs from four other counties were called in and the men admitted taking numerous items in the 8-county James H. Chalstrom, Mason City, will move to Algona soon and open an accounting office above the S & L store about Sept. 18. Mr. Chalstrom, originally from Estherville, is married and graduated from the University of Iowa in ..1954. (UDM Engraving) ' Seivers was employed by an Algona firm several months ago. Sheriff Lindhorst received a 'tfie for' the watfctf sfeeft lagalnt After - ly> tested f yWJisi |eeufe'dA Che'ste Harmon, Algeria 1 ; WaS 'the wfri her. 1 • , * , * "Many- dther p'rtees, wisre < als given, in addition to the Watch There was a helicopter demon John president of , Algb'na, is club. ifjUUv jCtnupt.vyfiojuv „ ,„„. /hontes is Jn -the idea .c6f;dlht to, tindhorj has s record •Uatft[|t fo# brid'chefes',':^ Heavy Fines In • -. ' . 1 . * '/ i.e.* "' it 1 ' * Mayor's T ™ v Mayor C. C. ShierkVc'dlW,, a busy place this week 'as a,,tOt& of 16 persons paid fines follow ing preliminiary hearings; of-,a variety of charges. An Algona man, Leonard "fie slcka, was fined $25 and dost and sentenced to 30 days in jai Suspended), disorderly t c'b'Hdadt ^eonard Pesicka, Jr,> i'-Alg'ona 125 ($15 • suspended), obsdeik language; William Welch, '/Algona, $50 each ($25 suspended), careless driving, failing-to stbp at the scene of an accident and failing to leave his *name j ' ana address at the scene of -an accident; Jerry Waite, Fenton, $20, speeding. George Sellers, Douds, $5, expired license, Ben Herbst,' Ai-' gpna, $5, expu-ed-license;//Mar- vin Heidc, Iowa City, and Roget* Hendrickson, Algona, $10, shooting fireworks in the city; Charles Miller, Mason City, $10, improper registration; Ruth Chantland, Algona, $5, careless driving; Jon Jentz, Fenton, $5, rail- Behling, Lotts Creek, -omciatea. Burial was-in.;the' Lutheran 0 cfe'm- lifprV. T.nffa'nronlj-. .'(W/.r'tSltXi.rffO. dtery, Lotts rMc Mrs. Schallin di IB/ 4t ' ITIIO. w^iiHiuiL utcu tnugj lu - at a hospital ai CMrokfee • after: a ong illness. She ,WasWttfn!>'Sept, 30, 1879, at Lotts" Creek-to*'Wiliam and 'Caroline Wilson Dau. Marriage to Frank Schalliff took jlace March 25, "1898. She 'had ived here 30 years. Survivors include her'husband, Algona; a son, 'Fred, • Petaluma, Calif,: three >' daughters, • Mrs. Frank (Alvina) . Scheller, Dick- ng to have car under control; Sam Evans, Seymour, Tex., $10, llegal parking; Richard Larson, Humboldt; $6, speeding; Luvern lead from a local: store that re- Wiskus, Bancroft, $5, ' flashing suited in the arrest of Rober light; Duard Perdue, Swea City, $5, truck overload; 'and Ellis D. Thomas, St. Paul, a forme LuVerne resident, by local po lice officers Monday nigh Thomas Was charged with pass ing a bad check at a local mote and was bound over • to distric court by Justice Delia Welte Tuesday. BIG, BOLD BEAUTIFUL ORLON BULKY Big collared, boldly- stitched cardigan in hand washable Orion acrylic. White, colors. Sizes 7 to 14. D 3.98; r ™ HER SKIRT WASHES PLEATS STAY! 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Top colors-? ,_ .truck overload; 'and „„.„ Mams, Algona, $5, failing to have control of car. , Court costs ;wefe assessed in addition to fines. Postage Increase Postmaster ,W. W. Sullivan of Algona has , annbunce'd ihe. following fees: Effective nsj Mrs. Arthur (MeUi)' ftusch, Whittemorc,'flnd Mrs. J.. A. (Lua) Seegebarth. Kalloway; Minn.; two sisters, Mrs.<<Fred Ulm,,,Watertown, Wis., 'and! Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Fenton; 10'grandchildi'en nnrl 99 0raat tfr'^H^nV«i1/l«.A** * and 22 great Pilots From 5 States! Fly-ln For Breakfast The largest crowd ,in history attended the annual flight breakfast of the Kossuth County Flying Club Sunday at the municipal ! airport. Perfect weather brought - . 115 planes from :• Missouri, Nebraska, several points in Minnesota Wisconsin Man Succumbs Funeral arrangements 5 for- Elmer, J, Albert, 57 ( former' Bancroft resident, are- pending at Dubuque. Mr. Albert died Mon- .day', morning in an ambulance .enroute to'Iowa City where he was being-'taken for treatment of dancer. He had been "ill for four weeks. - . , t ; Bprn June 18, 1904 at Centralia, his parents were Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Albert. He later lived in Bancroft, where he attended school, for many years. He also served in the U.S. Navy for sev-' eral years He' never married. • Survivors include five sisters, Mrs. N. J. Nernmers and Mrs. Henry Menke, . Bancroft, Mrs. Marcella Hall, Epworth,; Mrs. W ( ; W. Schmitt, Dubuque, ,and Mrs. J. W. McDougle, St. Cloud, Minnesota; and a brother, Jack Albert, Boston, Mass. His parents and two brothers preceded him in death. Wed 35 Years An open house will be held at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. '^If •«<«" "-»*'••"- "^sjjr ..-. •. . .. rf .,, LOOK WHAT ~ YOU CAN BUY ONLY PAUL BUNYON — WHITE OR YELLOW POP CORN 2 Cello Sacks STANDBY CATSUP 14 OZ. Bottle 49c LOUISIANA YAMS 3 Lbs. 49c CROSSE & BLACKWELL BROWN BREAD WITH RAISINS Cans 49c SNOBOY FROZEN LEMONADE 4-6 oz. cans We TESTMARK TRIPLE TOWELS FACIAL SOFT PINK - WHITE - YELLOW 2 Rolls 49c , TESTMARK PINK WAX PAPER 2 boxes 49c HOME OF SNOBOY FROZEN Mixed Vegetables MOoz.pkgs. 49c TESTEX PAPER EMBOSSED NAPKINS 5 49c STANDBY MANDARIN ORANGES . 2 Cans 49c ITALIAN PRUNES BORDEN'S ICE CREAM A REAL TREAT I YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVOR'S LIGHT LEAN SPARE RIBS LB. 49c HORMEL'S ALL MEAT FRANKS LB. ASSORTED COLD CUf S AIL MEAT MINCED . -^ SPICED LUNCHEON I D PICKLE & PIM. ID. MAC & CHEESE •'•'« FRESH PORK CUTLETS .... LB. 49c LONGHORN CHEESE...... LB. 49c CHICKENS & VEAL OPiN SUNDAY FROM 9 A,M; TO NOON AND PONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY Fritftds, a«d-¥el8tiv^ are Invited ,to^tteft&,\t^, v Wesley Fire *"--'"'-'«: fto Wesley .fire de-, answered ft call to ftte irXFrOehlloh <far*n hfcme Sat* _rda^v morning when an' old Barn 1 and some straw -Were destroyed. They .protected the pther buildings. ' ' Masters Degree '. ..Robert Eugene J.erisen,-son of ( Mr." and Mrs. .Vernon Jensen, AlgOtta, Was one of 239 who re-', the tMvef-sfty at- J8. Jensen'received his hi blisiriess adffiiiiiBtfation.1 t Gets Scholarship '" Among theii4 6f.|owa students awarded Old Gold" DeVelop'meiit Fund scnolar-i 1 ship's was Judith.A: fifeffer, ;Wes* ley. 'The 'awa^Hs-for $180'tod % available* tb studentiT-Worldng j« the, SWI Hbnon? Program. Miss. Pfeffer is a junlbr irt liberal, arts. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper De9 Molh6s Pub. Co., Algona. , ' ' ! PUBLIC SALE SAT., AUGUST 26 at 1:30 p. rfi. '. KATHERINE McEVOY RESIDENCE AT THE '. 317 N. Garfield St., Algona Phileo refrigerator - good condition, three burner and- 1 dutch oven Monarch electric stove, round oak dining table virith 4 extra leaves and 4 chairs, Firestone 17" TV set with rotor and antenna, mohair sofa and chair, studio couch converts to double bed, 2 double beds, single bed, 3 dressers, walnut bureau, study table, misc. chairs and small tables, sewing machine - treddle type, cooking utensils, garden tools, lawn hose, misc..items! as well as some antiques. DALE YUNGEBERG, Auct. TERMS- CASH KATHERINE McEVOY, owner Vinyl Plastic Binder In favorite school colors. 2 ring and 3 ring - large enough to hold lots of paper. Snap opening. Heavy outer binding. Magna-Lock Binder School hit. Magna-lock holds it shut has snap-down cover that folds over like a c ip-board. Punched for 2-hole paper, which we have. 88 Filler Tablet 5-hole 44 C 400 Count Filler Paper 77 C 36-Pack of Pencils 77 c 'Big 50' Pencil Tablet »unt in 8x10" size". A ki~ us_ __ - — 44 Typing Paper 66 C Cartridge Fountain Pen Vfi u/ritA E»AA - A <tll. _•-.!_. .. 165 sheet fillertablet (SxlO'/z) has stiff cardboard back so you use clipboard style. Lithographed cover. — •"- •—• - - « « • • • ^p m 400 sheets each package. Size 8xlO'/ 2 filler paper of finer quality. Five-hole punched. Regular 98c value. — •» -—- •— - ™ ^^ • ^ ^^ ( Actual $1.40 value. 36 number 2 yellow pencils In blister pack. These sharpen down to real fine point. large count In 8x10" size. A big, big tablet you'll really like. The paper is especially nice quality. P P ft W * ^»|WW New, large economy pack of typing paper at Harrison',. Poly bagged I regular size. Stock up on this. $| B QQ . Webster's Dictionary *- $1 nn JLlUU . All e one, too Kinder Mat Rffgylar $1-98 value F 9 r Kinderg 0r ten , * YOU CAN BUY BETTER AT tL

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