The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 5
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. 8Utt>flsedi.< their ClAffc fioljlfe at hi • sons* ___ o ,Etnd* wives bthef," ' %&' Ijf c'dl^tifated" heK?5th" birthday O§t. !>'Als6 present was Mrs, fiollig's brother; Harry and Swift Bertha of St. «• jame^ Mhw-SOfi; wTas played. Th£'daughters- pre»' sented their > mother with an electric clock arid,'the .sons a'n' overnight suit-*'&js&. \,Euhch ' wa> served and a-birthday cake was m'fade by Mrs; Gorden Bollig. Family Dinner ' ' JtA farnllV' difmet* was 'helc Sunday at Mrs. Frank Vera's' OUt-of-towni.gUe|.tg^ere?Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarkey, Moline! 111., Mrs.^rvf 1 -"-W8137 .EslHerville; Mr. -'and Mrs. - Lester Hagen ana. •Mr. £nd Mrs". WSyne Hagen, Mrs'. Julia Reynolds, Bob and, Florence; Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Frea Hagen were also present. Vicki Rohlf, 2 Mr. and Mrs. { Virgil Rohlf en T N tertained at dinner Sunday \ in • honor of tfie secdnd birthday-6l their daughter," Vicki Lynn. Quests were'Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Rohlf, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Si- mpnsmeier, Larry and Bbb, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. John'Kol- lasch. Guests Honored A family dinner was held Saturday 'evening at Mrs. Mary Olson's for her cousin' and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles'-.Mon, of Polo, 111., who were here from Friday till Monday, MrsA* Olson and guests drove .to 1 ,West Bend Sunday and; "visited withr'jMir and Mrs. Irvin Shellmeyer. CaroleWiener Narrisraaisit Lakota Will Present Play, '' *e jufubc Class -of odt mystery,' play . Evening 'Ghost" at Carnpbell, Caroline Gr'off, Kurt Ruisher, - 1 Jaftfee > Thdntpsffln and Patricia Tjaden. Cleo Weldin will 'direct the jalay. Ottosen News Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nielsen returned . home -Friday evening aftetf a Week'3 fishing and sight' sjeitig trip.' td yp&la;, dana.da. . Mrs. Percy Watnem attended the annual Lutheran hospital Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge Friday." Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin and Mrs. Alma son 'of Randall ' 'were -Sept. 24 -'guests'"at the .C. Ms Michealsofl home- at Keister, Minn. • . • :"-. SAL3S BOO£S -f IJppif Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algbha. Carole Wiener , 1 ••*<.< •• • ', . Burt — Carole Wiener, senior 1 , ias'been chosen by-the, members of'the-Burt high school band td represent them as Queen at the Kossuth Band Festival, Algona, Oct. 7. Carole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, is a high school cheerleader, sings it\ the girls glee club and mixed^ chorus, plays^ drums in the baijd^ is vice president of the band',' president of the student council, serves on the ahriual staff and also the paper staff. In spite of Hfer;bus> school life, Carole finds "time to sing.in the chti'rch choir* and it, president of the MYF. 'She is also active'in 4-$ work,;, f > Birlhday Club ' jMrs. Merle .Webster entertained her birthday club .at coffee Tuesday morning. 'Other members .are Mrs. James Allen,' Mrs Esther Benson, Mrs. Ray Cook Mrs'. Henry. Furst, Mrs. - Ralph Morgan, Mrs. Mary Olson aha Mrs. Ralph••_, Valentine. Birlhday Party"'. Mr. andi -Mrs. -Gilbert Har. greaves entertained Mr. and Mrs Dick McGinnis, 'Suzanne', Mich ael:and Janelle and Mr. and Mrs Raflh Elbert at dinner Sunday an ''observance of the birthda, of Mrs. McGinnis; daughter o the JHargreaves. •> . Attend Wedding^ Mrs. Olga Jordon and her sis ters Ellen and Alma Carlsor wen,t to Des Moines Friday t> attend the wedding Saturday o Jeahnene HaiTis and Arlo Jol liffe\ Observes Birthday Mrs. A. B. Oaklatvi' \vas at Rake Tuesday to attend a partx given by her sister, Mrs. W- R. Jensvold for their mother, Mrs. Julius Hove, whose birthday-was being observed. Nephew Weds Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes attended the wedding Saturday at Clarence of the former's nephew. Jerry Evans and Diane Gritton Sunday they were at Cedar Rapids to attend a family dinner. State Head Speaks Mrs. Eugene Carville, Perry, State President of the Federation of Democratic Womcns Club, was guest speaker at a luncheon h^d Tuesday noon at Van's cafe. Special Service A prayer and meditation per-. vice will be held Tuesday evening, Oct, 10, at the First Luthera,n church. The program will be on missions. Bridge Hostess Mrs. Elizabeth Post entertsin- ed.her bridge clu'j. Wednc.-iiaj' aftprnoon, ' Sewing Club Me* Mrs. Max Miller entertained he^ sewintf club Wednesday afternoon, * i /* lg| \f «| : Corwith Youth COUNCIL MINUTES Approved cigarette permit to Frank 8. Approved Class B beer permit to Frank & Em's arfo\Alflona lanes. ., / Authorised' MaVof Pro Tern to *nter nto contract to buy sand spreader fw *rfrte nn * 1 J V 795.00. Shlerk, Smith, Salary Salary GENERAL 112.50 217.09 19.10 3.17 28.03 a. State Banls, W'Holding „ American Press, Suppll.es, — Latta's Systemsj Supplies' ' W. Self?' Telephone . l. *M. Rooney, Stamp :. C. Shlerk, Expenses D. A. Smith, Expenses^ Burtls, Salary : rambachT Salary Lashbrobk, Salary .;-s^x Wet«n. Salary .„.'.——.. 132.69 Myers, Salary — Pergande, Salary Prow, Salary ?§ Lead Mrs Clark's HersheyV Baking Choc V4 Lb. 39 Pillsbury Cake Mix ' -. '! ' * J ' ^ ;... _^___^_____——•••^^^^^•i 2 Loaf Size 29 re, ------------- la. State Bank, W'Holding -- Botsfdrd, 'Posts' ------ 1.'- — BradleV Equlp.,'-,Merchandlse _ Cities Service, Gas ---------Co. Recorder, Fee — i ------NW Bell, Telephone • Norton __ x _ mass for Mike Foley/. 19^ '.Corwith,. son of' Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Foley were held ¥f 16 r "a.n?.°TuSsfay fn St. Mary's Catholic church there with Fr. O'Toole,". celebrant,v F.r. Devlin, deacon, and,.- Fr.. White, sub-deacon. Burial followed -at St: Mary's cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home, Algeria, was in charge of arrangements,'., • The youth died of injuries received in a fall from a 35-foot scaffold early Fiiday morning at Atlantic. - Employed by the United En- 'gineering Co. of Fort Dodge, Mike was forking or\.a'constrvc- tlor) project at the Walnut Grove Products Co., Atlantic; when the tragedy occurred. He fell, landing Vn his head and shoulders, and died within 30 minutes of his injuries. His father is employed by the same Fort Dodge firm'and was> wording on a project at Elmwood Friday. ' • . - ; Mike was born June 30, 1942 at Fort-Dodge and is survived by his parents^ two sisters, including a twin, Mrs/Gene Boysen, Grano Island, Nebr., and Mary, Mason City, and two brothers, Bud; et h'ome, and Dennis" in Germany: The latter was flown home for the rites. Pallbearers at! the services Sam Nail, Phil Carman, Hawk, Donald Johnson, Norton* Mach., Mdse. ... Cities Service, Gas . Botsford Lbr., Gun Case Boekelnrian,' Expenses ;^--_ T Baas, Gronbach, Trust & Agency, Klipto, Supplies were Gene „, , ..--. , William Rockwood and William Wilhite. pups A "welfare" case in the canim "world is on the rplls. a.t the, Mike Kenny farm north of Chariton wliere "Tootsje", a small Fox terrier, has taken over the ITlothej chores of five Pekingese pups TheJr mother was killed wher, hit by a car when the pups were only 10 days old. The pups are thriving and, mother is also doing fine. County October 3, 3;;Lb. Canned Each ARMOUR'S STAR ,188.35 153.07 152.43 161.70 145S25 15;00 98:40 1,0.80 33.40 24.23 324.00 : ;9;37 . ,5.50 30 Lb. CASE - $5.95 ©R V 2 STICK C SWIFT'S BLADE CUT VALU SELECTED Choice 1 pt 8 pz. Jar 39 Boekelman,* Salary -:1 — <--Bulten, Salary ' ' Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary McBrlde,, Salary .-----— ,---, Elbert, /Salary .—.:.'».: -' Kohl, Salary . ......... -— Volgt, Salary .............. la. Statn Bank, W'Holding u Truit 8, Agency, Pension -— Helman Fire . Equip., Chemlcajs NW Bell. 7 Telephone' -'— :.l JgpniC F (e;Co:;, Services B .»....Leeck, Salary Courtneyi" Salary ^c.'-i-'ji-u Helmers. Labor NW Bell, Telephone SEWER Salary Lemkee, Salary la. State Bank, W'Holding -Randall, Interest ..... -----NW '.Bell, Telephone ------Norton MaC ; h, R Repair Dreesman; Green, Salary Riley,r,Salary •$•*' Sands, Salary,-. 100.25 la. State Bank, W'Holding — Pension ---- ' P. M. Repair Service, Repairs Published in the Algona Advance, Algona, 1961. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Martin Goche, also known as Martin Gosche Deceased. In PROBATE Notice ol Appointment of Executors. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY ? Whonj U May Concern: Notice is hereby given that ft°. undersigned have been appointed and have qualified as Executors of the estate of Martin Goche a/k/a Martin Gosche late of Redwood County, Minnesota, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them, in Uke manner and form as by law required, for allowance and payment. patefl this 3rd d.ay of October A. D., 1961. Walter Goche Lawrence Goche ijepnis Goche, Executors o| said Estate, (40) DIAMOND'S " OF THE WEEK" MEN'S INSULATED UNDERWEAR 8* "RMbfcif" OVERSHOES MEN'S THitMAU-UNGO AND HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS FREE - FREE - FREE 25 mm STAMPS with eqcb purchase of vanity fair 400,4 Count Boxes 47 MAXWELL HOUSE, DRIP OR REG. COFFEE........ 2 Lb. Jar SOLID LEAN MEAT Rolled Chuck Roast Lb-79 Sirloin Steak SELECTED CHOICE BEEF VALU TRIM LB. NOW IS THE: TIME TO FILL YOUR FREEZER VALU SELECTED Half a Beef CHOICE A BEEF *ff JELLY FILLED COFFEE CAKE Each CRISCO. 3LB.CAN?9c HORME1/S CHILI 3 CANS $1.00 FREE • FREE • FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS with purchase of Angelus MARSHMALLOWS 2 PKGS. 39c -FREE- 25 GREEN STAMPS with each ft gallon ROSEDALE 08 FESTIVAL ',. ICE CREAM JONATHAN APPLES Bushel SWEET POTATOES LB. lOc LARGE CELERY 19c Each OCEAN - SPRAY Cranberries 1 Lb. Bag 19c NORTH STATE , MEAT PIES - TURKEY - |f||

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