The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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Barbara Kudei, 17-year old Kanawha high school senior and daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Kudej. is shown here, left, as she was crowned queen of the thirteenth annual Kossuth County Band Festival here Saturday night at the ^fairgrounds. Crowning .Miss Kudej is Mona Kahl, Britt, 1961 queen from Britt, who is now a freshman at Drake University, Des'Moines.'. .„ j <. n * r -^j A large crowd .was in Algona to attend the Festival, which began with a parade at 11 a.m. and finished with the program and crowning at the fairgrounds in the evening. A total of 1500 band members combined to play three numbers during the program and reportedly could be heard for several miles. • The Algona Kiwanis club and the Algona Rotary club placed first and second, respectively, in the float Judging during the parade. Perfect fall weather aided attendance at the Festival. ' ' "..... ,. , Miss Kudej is a cheerleader, member of the mixed chorus and glee club, head majorette with the band and on the annual staff in high school. She was a delegate to Girls State from Kanawha and also was chosen Labor Day Queen there this fall. ,., • j •«. Karen Navoichick of Algona gave a twirlers demonstration and all queen candidates received gilts from the Algona Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the event. (Al Missal Photo—UDM Engraving) Anna Sparks Of Hobarfon Dies; Rites Tomorrow Funeral services . for Mrs Anna Sparks, 80, long-time Hobarton resident, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in First Baptist church here. Rev. J. R. Fountain will ofCiciate nnd burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at McCullough Funeral Capcl until time oi services. Mrs Sparks died Sunday at St. Ann hospital after a long illness. She was born Anna Skliba, June 1875 at Chicago to Adolph and VTary Skliba: She was married to B. F. Sparks in 1879 and the couple •noved to Hobarton in 1918. Mr .parks preceded his wife in death, May 28, 1944 and in 1945, Mrs Sparks moved to Sulphur Springs, irk. She lived there until March if 1961 when she returned to Ho- jarton. Mrs Sparks was a long- ime member of the Baptist church. She is survived by a son, D. D. Sparks of Hobarton; a sister, Adeaide Wilson of Bentonville, Ark.; nine grandchildren and 17 great- .randfhildren. Pallbearers at the services will bo five grandsons and a great- grandson, George, Darrell, Everett, William, James and David Sparks. SPECIAL! 1959 Plymouth Station Wagon This is a beauty ... .a 4-dr. 6-cylinder in two-tone grey finish. Standard transmission, very low mileage AND CLEAN AS A NEW ONE. Here is late model quality and economical operation, $1195 SEE IT THIS WEEK AT ... Percival Motors Whittemore Man Injures Head In Tractor Flip A Whittemore farmer, Francis Bjustrorn, 20, luckily escaped serious injuiy when tho tractor he was driving apparently went out o control and rolled into a ditch IV miles west and three-fourths of a mile north of Algona at 7:15 p.m Thursday, Oct. 5. Bjustrom was found by his father -ecil Bjustrom, walking near tb iverturned machine in a dazei condition. He was rushed to S' Ann hospital and couldn't remem ser any details of the mishap. The tractor apparently hit a rut, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who was called, went across a small bridge and into a ditch. Damage lo the vehicle was estimated at $500. Mrs Francis Bjustrom became alarmed when her husband failed to arrive ut home and called his father who conducted a search. It is assumed he was thrown from the machine and landed on his head. Francis suffered a concussion and his condition is good. .consent 6, •merce' C8 setting Includes matter, and/all Seneca Man's Mother Dies; Funeral Held Seneca — Funeral services were held at Rolfe Saturday for Mrs. H. C. Kauffman, 76, mother of Russell Kauffman, Seneca, who died at the home of her daughter, the Harold Christeri- s e n s, Graettinger Wednesday morning. • She is survived by five sons, lussell, Seneca, Earl, Swea City, Stanley, Elmhurst, 111., Floyd, ''ort Dodge, and Ralph, Rolfe. rler daughters are Mrs. Harold Ilhristensen of Graettinger and Mrs. Earl Wendt of Des Moines. Burial was in Garficld cemetery at Rolfe. Ms. Kauffman had been in fail' ing health for the past two years, but death came suddenly as the result of a heart attack. Her husband preceded her in death In 1951. Survivors in addition to her immediate family include 50 grandchildren and great-grand- Mail By Postmaster H Like people, categories of mai\ are sometimes better known by their common names than, by their official titles. This is cef. tairtly true of fourth-class mail, popularly known as parcel' post according to Postmaster W, W Sullivan. Fourth-class mail merchandise, printed mailable live animals other matter which -\ ounces or .more not irt r ... first, second, or third clgss* f -.'' ff Postmaser Sullivan/recalls tnaj there a time when fourth* class parcels had "to' J *be labeled "Contents Merchandise—May Be Opened For PostaL Inspection If Necessary." This endorsement is' no longer required, as the act of mailing parcels at - the fourth- class rate is considered automatic consent by the sended to postal inspection. >, '!• Parcel post should be addres* sed on one side only>'. and in i trie lower right-hand i corner of thlj package. The return address should be show;n in the upper left-hand corner.' In general,'paV- ceL'.pbstt is restricted to maximums of 70 pounds or 100 inches in length and girth combined. However, it is well to check with the post 'office before''preparirig parcels exceeding <' 20 ^pounds in weight or 72 inches • ih length' and girth combined, as-there are special, restrictions .in... size and weight^ i\yhich <! apply : to most mailings from v-bnexfirst-class to another firstrclass," p^>st"; offjce. '• Rates on fourth-cla'^S^mail may For further /information gardinff fourtlVclfiSs Wail, Call the post^ off ice,, at" "Altond, , , Rev/tpliis New Pastor Of Local Church fjatoed ft the fiiMspeft Bifrtlst (iftutfeH.; EBmsBoiti JPa.t -whe?e*hfe ii&|$ttfct l8ifite6l^W$ itlit Bilbie Seminary in 'City, NeW"" Rev. R. G..Colas Rev. Ralph,' G? Colas, has accepted a call to become 'the pastor of the Regular Baptist 1 church of Algona. .. He ;,will' begin his duties here Oct. 22.'For the past six years he has been pastor of the South Park .'Baptist church in Merriam, Kansas.. be i adjusted from yVar,, to year Rev. Colas is a native of Penn- by the P6stmaSter General with 'sylvania. He -was licensed and or- ; Hew" .ptStof is-'ft 1—. . e General: Asscfelatfott Lot ,.,,. B Jar.. Baptist ' r Shurehes' to .the 'Aittericatt, Cbtinell - of > Christian* Chuf"ch$AHe< is also .ft mfeHjibfe* of the.'fteantfe cbmfhlttee' 6£ .the 'American Coutidl pf-Ghrastian (Sh\irehe& fte 1 wa's active inKthe itirniatiort of l a regional .commit- fee of .the'ACCG in greater "Karl' BBS Cityy"<serving as its first clfalr' nSaiif, , . • i ( ' •• i,A'Mrs. doles graduated-, in 1951 'ftohi the Bethany Hospital School 6'f Nursing Irt Kansas- City, 'Kan- gasr. She* received- a Bachelor of <Religi6us Education degree Jrom ! trte ^.Baptist Bible Seminary j^dhnsort City/N. Y.j Ih 195S. She lisfit native'of Kansas. ' l The Colas' have two children, Kevin ,Mark> five and', Craig StaMley, three. (UDM Engraving) s! A Coincidence : , •. and-Mrs. -LylV'Mathes had 'quite a Coincidence. They "hap- '§ened to be. visiting, over the weekend at the home > of their son, Richard, at'Green BayyWis. 'and found that the Green Bay Packers- ? wefe playing- the'. Baltl- ihore Colts there on Sunday They tbok in the Packers' 45-7 triumph, and returned homC| Tuesday. •' Insurance Agent ' Richard "Dick" Chipman, Bani croft, has been appointef 'special agent for Investors Life Insurance Company of Iowa, according to announcement by Andy Crawford, Kossuth county general agent for the company. Chipman has been an agent for Bankers Life Company for the past 4 years and is a member of the North Iowa Underwriters Association. . • UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! HILL'S BROS. (DRIP ONLY) COFFEE :... 2 tb. Can 99c STANDBY CATSUP 2 il£47c , ? 2£«°'. 69c .OF SNO-BOY Fresh Cranberries lib. 25c SNOBOY FROZEN Orange Juice 5 (6 OZ. CANS) $1 FOR HOME MEAT CURING Morton's Sugar Cure And Morton's Tenderquick Sa|t ERESH OYSTERS _ t ^^ _ . i TOKAY GRAPES 2 Lbs. 25c •-•it, FROZEN FISHSTIX 3 , (8 OZ. PKGS!) $i SNOBOY CALIFORNIA PITTED DATES 1 -LB. PKG. 49c 10OZ,PKG. 39c SUGAR 10 IBS. 99c TESTMARK TRIPLE TOWELS White - Yellow - Pink - 2 Rolls 49c STANDBY TEA PARTY PICKLES 3 JARS 79c STANDBY NEW PACK children. To Buy Emergency Hospital Light St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary is in the process of buying a portable light for the hospital operating room, which could be used n case of an emergency. Part of he membership dues will be earmarked for the project, but idditional donations will be wel- •omed. Membership fee is $1 and may be paid to Mrs. Ed Adams, Algona. ONE PIE SIZE PUMPKIN lOc NO. 300 CAN JUMBO HEAD CAULIFLOWER 29c . TESTLINE LUNCHEON NAPKINS ' Quarterfold Dtfft QQ«» 250 Count r I\W» OTV SWEET POTATOES 3 LBS. 29c MICHIGAN CIDER Gallon 59c Named Dlrectdi- Limb Hits Car A large tree limb fell on an auto owned by Jim Berninghaus of Algona Tuesday afternoon and caused an estimated $150 damage to the vehicle. The auto was parked near the Kossuth Oil Co. station on South Phillips street at the time. The top of the machine absorbed most of the damage. File At Lakota All incumbents, Mayor Louis Nitz and Councilmen Nick Be hrends, Fred Christ, Earl Cushman Fred Huettner and Jake Peterson have filed for re-election with city clerk Robert Stenzel at Lako ta. The election will be held Tues day, Nov. 7 and papers must be filed by Oct. 23. Fractures Wrist Valerie Mullarkey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mullarkey, iwea City, fractured both bones n her right arm at the wrist Friday, while at school. She fell from a swing while playing and the arm was set by an Armstrong docter. The girl is back- in school. THE ST. JOE C, P. A. IS SPONSORING A FAU FESTIVAL SUNDAY, OCT. 15 Serving starts at 3:30 at Sehoo Hall. Menu Includes: Chili or Oyster Stew 50e; Ho Dogs 25c; Pie or Cake, 15c Coffee, Pop or Milk, IQe; Crack ers and Relish. BAZAAR-GAMES All Ages Welcome I (41) RATH HAM SAL! Butt Portion Lb. 45c Shank Portion Lb. 39c FRESH LEAN HAM PATTIES Lb, 55c END CUT PORK CHOPS Lb, 39c U. S. p. A. CHOICE BEEF ROAST tb. We BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST Lb. «c OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4P,M»T06P,M, DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY 6*eft City tum&t C«j*6p tot at th'e anndarsto>kf>blrlfefi§ IIIM, STATE sf, AL6oNA,ldWA ! CdwaffMof f 6r 4 e6urt (14 ^WtyX^™^ . L.. 11. .-,-. i" ...»)„,.-. *.:>. !u>iilAthVj 'u>llh •4r spect. Wdl^cfo; «elflnfl» c are Mfe Ifl 4s !, . Un»* ar* oil* eo'rfditfdrtetl, Manually heat eon , telephones, televlffori, soft water, Llrifirt .room, „ "Jrtdiy roortt, apartment tat owneifer;at6f; T*r uinHt have kltcherietfei, 11 wlfh tub artd$>d^r'and 3" with ttle'd shower, THera era two-double bedroom units. ; . The Cowan Motor Court 'is' o^ert to to ested parties ddlly frotn 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.nt.,'throbgh Saturday, Sept. 30. Will consider sale on ^contract, . ; , Reason for selling: Other' business Interests! Phone CY 4-3523 or CV 4-3870 K. S. Cowan, Owner ,40, DAVIS i EVER-BRIGHT House Paint Full-Bodied- High Gloss Self-Cleaning Time T tested formula has given satisfaction to thousands of home owners over the years Regular $642a Gallon lot Sale q Gallon In ..'•••>.'•• Case l.ots of Single Gallon 4 Gallons COMES IN WHITE AND IHQME COLORS • White is Brilliant White ' —High Pure Titanium Content > ' f Color? * '.Resistant Pigments —'Alkali Resistant • Easy Spreading -*- No Brush Drag "' > • Brilliant White Is Gas and,Fume Proof! • Self-Cleaning — White .,.. Washes Clean After Every Rain?— Colors * * Remain Clean and Bright •• Made With .Chemically ' Treated Oils Davis Hpute Paint Primer Also At This Sale Price DA-SPAR SPAR VARNISH Buy 1 Quart at Regular Get Extra,,Quart for only Y * * t'S ' '^ Buy 1 Gallon at Regular.Price Get'Extra Gallon for, only...... 1 Extra tough top qualify Spar Varnish for 1 • exterior surfaces , . . also use for Inside. Will not soften, chip or mar. Perfect for doors, window sills. Dries to brilliant high gloss. . Gallon, $785 Quart. R«0. Price.. */Hs R*g LATEX RUBBER BASt WALL PAI 'Use on any interior painted or unpainred surface of plaster, wallboard/ brick, .wallpaper, unglazed tile or compositipn type .material, • Dries in l«|t than 1 hour • No laps, streaks or brush mark* • Apply with brush or roller • Easy eleon-up with loop & water PRICE SALE! Buy Now at Vi of Book Price m ^^^ pvy 11V" Ml '« wt JjS**" 1 "•"'« > ii»w Our evera'ay pri«e» on Wallpaper carried in stock are |e»« than established Retail Book Prices but , . :.. during thUi >p»c|gl^ijle you can Hive M| l>CH MORI I PAINT AND WAlLPAPiR FALL SALE IXTiNDiP UNTIL QCT, 21 sHBBr^ flHR 1HHP ^IHP iB^^P ^^^^^^p *^^w ^^w ^^^^^ , DAVIS PAINT STORE 3 EAST STATS ALOONA

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