The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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? 1C.;,, * * - - * » , i \ 1 s . , 1 > V -t t % il " V A'% • • > •* j "-^- , Wl •Jolly Neighbors, LoHsCfeek.Met tidf ciub° Wet * at &u£ Edwlh WieMeHdahl> hohte 1 on' Sept. 26. ,Roll call was ta'kenr All members wi6re phssiht 'But one. Tw'd neighboring ladies l joined,'. Mr*. Vehlfng and Mrs. Schormahjt Other guests were Mrs/Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Franklin Rusch, Mrk Harlafi Lelhinger; Mrs. under- Wdod, Jlaricy. StUHn.. ! Next meeting will be at Huby' Walter!* .on, Oet. 26 in the after-: noon. / •Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thliges, Algona annoiihce- the engage'-' .miBnVahd : ap'pirbach'ihjf mfirriagfe 6'f. tKeir daughter, Betty, showh here, to William RockWobd, Sort of'Mr. and Mrs, Robert Rbck- •wrddd^,Wesley.,The wedding will taM piacei'.Ndv. 18 at St. Cecelia's G|t&blib;'|3hltfch, Algoha. (UDM finifraving) i' St.JoeC.D.A. Hosts 6 Clubs From This Area St. Jofe ,— 'C.D.A. were hosts Wednesday evening to neighboring courts at a 6:30 dinner followed by fi social evening. One ; hundred find - thirty guests and i members attended the everit with -West Bend, Whittembre, Algona, "Bancroft, St., Benedict and Wesley represented. Mrs. ,Clem 1' Bisenius, Whittemore, received the plate 'prize with Mrs. -Al Rosenme'yer from ; St. Benedict' receiving high and Mrs. Willie Erpelding 'from here .second high in.'BOO. ' . ' Mrs. E. J. Gales.was guest Thursday afternb'on with ttie RNU SOO club ~at the home of Mrs. Ed Bormann. JVIrs. 'Sylvester Wagner received high prize, Mrs. Peter Kirsch, second high .and Mrs. Orville Wagner received travel prize. Mrs. Orville Wagner entertains the dlub Oct 26. On Friday this week, the First friday of the month a > twelve liour period of continuous adoration and prayer before the I Blessed Sacrament will be held. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 4 High Producers In D.H.I.A. Results foa'irym'en testing cows dn OHlA with Forrest Hofbauer, S\|/ea City, supervisor, have corn-' Jiited thfe following records. ThV folir highest herds and their average dSlly production was ds follows! Sidney Payn^, Ledyard — 26 cows, 44.8 Ibs. per cow, 1.5 Ibb. n ^ per edw. Leander Mettke, Swea City -s- 1 26' cows, 4S.4 Ibs. per cow, 1.3 lbs.'BF ber.cdW. . Ralph Walker, Swed City — 28 cows, 34,5 Ibs. per cow, 1.2 Ibs. BF "per cow. */ •' Laurence Loeschen, Wodfen — 12 cows, 40,6 'Ibs. per cbw, 1.3 Ibs. 'BF per cow. Cows receiving.production cef- tifications with life time production over 2000 Ibs. ,were in the herds of Ralph Walker, Swea City (8); John Ruger, Fenton (3); Sidney Payne, Ledyard; AlviB Boettcher, Lakota; Herman So? derburg, Bancroft. Legal Notices NOTICE OF PR'OBATE op WILL ' 'STATE * 10F JOWA,' fcossuth Cduhty ss. IN DISTRtbT COURT No 7957 August'.TJerm, 1961 To All Whom II May Concerns YOU. ARE HEREBY -NOTIFIED, That an 'instrument of Writing purporting tp be the last Will and Testament of Clafa M. Johnson, Deceased, dated February 13, 1951, having been this day filed, -opened 'and read, Monday the 16th,day'of October, 1961, is fixed 'for hearing proof of, same at the Court Bfotise in Algona,. Iowa, before the District C6urt of said County, or the Clerk of said 'Court; 'and at ten o'clock a.m., of,the 'day above m'ehtioned all perspns interested are hereby notified, and required to. appear, and show ' cause, U any they have, why instrument should not be probated and al- lowejl as>(£n,d for the last Will and Testament of said deceased : 'Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 2, 1961. • . -;• < Alma Pearson ,- Clerk of the District Court. Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Atts. Algona, Iowa (40) your heat goti YOUR FUEL BILLS Gl of it finally B If you own an ordinary heater, yoirkncw costly and uncomfortable that system »! Sjegler ™*$$ oppose;, .yoor mty. ****• St is not e bWc»ain sA4 out tb» BUR! HARDWARE HARDWAR1 & APPMANCiS * PhentSS Uli.iMiMUMiMirillMlrilMMfl 77 ./.--•,.. > -, . * nAfs.ta^,'^ 'jfejij(pji|i.t Annual KOSSUTH The Entire Band Festival is FftEl lo Alt . . . From ^Morning till Night! Sponsored By The Algona Chamber of Commerce RDAY, OCTOBER (iMi. ' i r". < PROGRAM MORNING 11:00 A. M. - Parade. Formation starting at old athletic field. 11:30 A.M. - Luncheon starts for all bands at High School Annex. 12:00 Noon— Luncheon for Bandmasters (arid wives) Band Queens, at Algona Hotel. AFTERNOON ,1:30 .M. - Twirler Clinic on west lawn High School. 2:00 . M. -< Marching band demonstration on State Street. 2:15 . M. - Concert at Kossuth Courthouse. 2:30 . M. - introduction of Band Queens at the Court House. 3:00 . M. — Marching band demonstration on State Street. EVENING 7:00 P. M. — Program at Kossuth County fairgrounds. Master of ceremonies M. C.' Metcalf, President of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Entry of Bands (across football field, North to South). Marching Band Exhibition. Exhibition of twirling by Karen Navoichick. Marching Band Exhibition. Massed Band Numbers conducted by visiting Bandmasters, "Iowa Band Law" , . "Ppwri By The Old Mill Stream" ''Liberty fleet" 1 Crowning of 1962 Algpna Band Festival Queen . by Mi« Mono KahM961 Queen. 8:15 P.M. •- Vpu jtire on ypgr way home. Drive carefully! Come Again,! • ' ' 1500 MUSICIANS 21 Different Bands! Algona High Algona Junior High Algona Garrigan Bancroft St. John's Boone Valley Britt Burt Corwith-Wesley Senior Corwith-Wesley Junior Elmore, Minnesota Kanawha Lakota Ledyard LuVerne Rolfe Swea City Titonka Thompson Twin Rivers West Bend Whittemore GIGANTIC MORNING PARADE THROUGH DOWNTOWN ALGONA BEAUTIFUL BAND QUEENS AND COLORFUL FLOATS MASSED BAND PROGRAM HELD AT FAIRGROUNDS N THE EVENING These Algona Business Firms Welcome You To See The Most Dramatic and Stirring Musical Extravaganza of the Year 1 Algona Greenhouse* Modern Dry Cleanors Sharp's Jewelry __ Kirk's Shbe Store DonQvan 8peci»ltY Shpp i i i • Waldf ah's -Cafe & Isaacson Studio Post Transfer & Storage kehey Lumber Co. WdHb ejmtfaj, PuMic Servict Co. Kent Motor gp. Koi8Uth Motor Co, foater FurnUurig Co. Uobs Httj^ofl fc Plumbing Laing lundiar. Vy.aUr of . Dau Gaiaga & Boay Shop Read's Furnitun Kossjuth Radio & Eleclng Algona Hotel Office Si School Supply ' > -I " " m ' •" Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Thermogas Co. Of Algcna Botsford Lumber Co. Strayer Standard Service Sherwin-Williams Painit Funk Plumbing it Healing hood's Super Valu 'Carson's for Color J. C. Penney C9- Honsbruch Drug (Tha Hub Clothiers) Algona Theatre. Co. The Cbrtschille| Store North Iowa Appliance Center Bomgaars 5 & 10 Algona r Plumbing it Healing Bjuatroro Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. Beecher Lane Appliance Algona Flour 8t Faed Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Christensen's Buscher Bros Implement Algona Producfl Co. Universal Mfg. Co. Peicival Motors SchUlU Bros. Garage & Oil Slat ion Taylor Implement Co. Algona Insurance Agency Smoke Shop Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Ernie Williams — John Deore North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Coasj-to-Coasl Store Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Home Federal Savings & Loan Ast'n. Fowler's of Iowa Security State Bank Iowa Stale Bank Algona Laundry fc Dry Cleaners Cullea Hardware '^ *

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