The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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1 B «« Motols , Mawh .IS, f 96i Imjly Peterson Of Swea Dies; Rites Is Held Funeral services for Mrs. Emily Peterson, 84,.long-time resident of Swea City, were held at 2 p.m. Mar. 6 in Immanuel Lutheran church there with Rev. Benson officiating. Burial followed at the Harrison tbwnshlp cemetery, The Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Peterson died at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, at her home. She had been in ill health for some time. Born in Norway June 25, 1877, she came to the U.S. in 1894 and was married to Ole Peterson in January, 1904. They made their home at Swea City most of their married lives. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and Lutheran church. , She is survived by two daughters, Mrs/Leonard Swanson, Swea City, and Mrs. Ed Haberman, Tama; three sons, Arthur, Swea City, Oscar, Kingman,,' Ariz., and Albert Eckberg, Blue Earth; 16 grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchild- ren. A daughter and son preceded her in death. Bonds, Renwick Voters of the Boone Valley Community School district, centering on Renwick approved by 359 to 187 a bond issue for $295,000 for a new School building. The bond money will finance construction of a new addition and some remodeling to the Rehwidk unit. The addition will include a kindergarten, room for junior high classes, and home economics, industrial arts, music and physical education. The latter calls for a larger gym floor and stage; and a new ventilating system. •••••' Bpone, Valley Community oper ates schools in Renwick, Hardy and Vernon township. JOINS FRATERNITY Alvin Hagg, son of'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg of Algona, was recently initiated into Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Northwest Missouri State College at Marysville, Mo. He is a freshman, majoring in math and biology, and a 1961. graduate of Algona high. Halvor Flom Of Wesley Passes; Funeral Held Wesley — Wesley's oldest citizen, Halvor tt. Flom, 92, died at his home Thursday, Mar. 1, of complications of age. He Was born Mar. 16; 1S69 at Lunde, fellemarken, Norway. He was married to Maren Larstang in 1(592 in Sldlen, Norway. He was a 'skilled cabinet maker in Norway and after coming to Wesley in 1895 he did carpenter and contract work until his retirement in 1944. The .Floras were parents of 10 children, four of whom are deceased. They'are Alf, Astrid, Arne and an infant. Mrs. Flom died Nov. 29, 1960. Surviving are three sons and three daughters, Halvor and Erling of Wesley, Harold of Langsford, tf, Dak., Gimhild Flom of Wesley, Mrs. George Kelley (Agnetta) of Grinnell and Margaret Flom of Ft. Dodge. There are four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Mar. at 2 o'clock in the Methodist church with Rev. Robt. Jones of- f iclatfflg. Blfike, Fuflef al in charge -of arrange™ bearers were Kenneth, <,„ Flom, Lester Leas6, Fra son, Julius Funnemark % Henderson. • ' , .« *• F-B Captdihs At Pep Session Kossuth County Farm Bureau membership workers atteticted the stale captains' meeting in 06s Moines, March 1. Attending were John S. Rippentrop, Buffalo Center;' Ervin Gerber, Algona; Andrew Hanson, Swea City; Ernie Heide*dker,'"fa- kota; Charles Nygdard, %sley, Bob Angus, Burt; Karl Kiuaholm, Algona; Fred Plumb; LortS Rock; Evert Broesder, Algona; Alfrec IMelz, Lakota; Nick Thonisen, Lakota and Bob Bolerteus, Wesley; and Carl Hlemstra, county mejn- bership chairman. Karl Kiilsholm, representing'Kos- suth County, reported to the 2^00 workers on the progress of Farm Bureau Membership Work in the county. Algona CD,A. ** s *& ' *'. FENTON FARM SOLD A 120-acre farm owned by Wm. Brass near Fentoh was sold recently to Ervin P. Borchardt, also of Fenton. Mr. Brass will hold a closing out sale this month. Members Sunday ' ''• IV St. Cecelia's C.&A,.had a recepl tibrt for new meftite Mar, 4'. at the Academy hall. Verna Seeley and Dorothy Mefgefl were- ctoalf' ladies and Gail Zender and'Jean Reynolds were in charge of 'the program. Irene NitchalS was' Moderator 6f a seminar with Bernadette tteilly, Bridget Smith a" rid Mary Corrlne Smith, panel mefiibeW. Nellfe'Van Allen, resident - district .deputy, spoke. - . • "'"•,;' New members received' itfciud* ed LaVange Crowley, Sharon Me- Evoy, Sally Gant, Agnes Mishak, Mary Elizabeth Lucey, Sally Ludwig, Charlotte Nash, Ramona 0'- Conner, May Platt, Mary Rich, Geraldine Schumacher, Katherihe' Shepherd, Marie~ Seimers, Mary StraUb, Dorothy Studer, Ruth Ann Thuente, Patricia Watson, Beverly Krause, Frances Holtzbauer, Kathryn Krieps, Julie Winkel, Dolores Winkel; Helen Arnt, Nettie Fandel, Shirley Lickteig, and Lu'cille Sampson. Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and Mrs. Bill Garmann will be received at a later date. The committee in charge 'was Margaret Thompson, Olive Ros- rujien .jvinier* vema jvainr Llifler,* VQetevleVe HaK SV CM«B;fl!nuyi 'efface Hoi* PMrm'%bWae1' Verfi * fea -1B6'Swlfl, Alffla Court and , ^^ ^^ w - - " Kp ^^^^*-= fl ^ w '-'»- 1 <^^^J.«*W^i5WS5fe^i Nels Benjamin Services Held ,Bode Funeral services for Nels Ben- tataj.l&Vof S.uU .Shoals, Ark., formerly of Bodd and.Ruthven, were held'Mah 8 at 2 p.m. at St,' .Olaf's Lutheran ' church in Bode. Rev. M, 0. Kraabel, Bode pastor, and the ReV. V. Fisterbeck of Ruthvenj officiated and burial was,in "Union cemetery at Hum- bbldt, ".;.' Mr. Benjamin died Mar. 1 at the. Boone county hospital in Arkansas. . Born at LuVerne, he was reared and educated in Humboldt county and in 1926 married Alice Winter at Gilmore City. % Mr. Benjamin farmed in the Bode' area for a number of years, then moved to Ruthven and later to Arkansas. Surviving are his wife, three children, Linda at home, Gene and Mrs. Carmen Phlibson of Bode; WELCOME to the LINDE IMPLEMENT "SILVER ANNIVERSARY" THURSDAY, MARCH 15fh This month marks the SILVER ANNIVERSARY of the Linde Implement Co. in Swea City... .it was just 25 years in the Swea City community . . . and to help celebrate this event, we are inviting our customers and friends to an Onen Hoi of course, we also invite all other farmers also to stop in and enjoy this day wil;h us. DOLLARS 5 to every 25th person registering at door o this firm wa«? foum ^ ^ TBinTv party next ihursday i/\ . • | One °f the featured attractions of the day will be the musical appearance of the M nationally-known "Nubbins" of Spencer, Iowa. This quartet, pictured above, has appeared y throughout the nation and will soon fly to California for a two-week engagement there. But I you can see them at LINDE'S beginning a^t 2:15 p.m. next Thursday. FRE Door Prizes at Drawing Hundreds of Dollars in Free Merchandise 4—$25 BONDS from GEHL MFG. CO. $22.50 PERFUME KIT from SIEG CO. TOASTER from GEQ. A. CLARK CO. WRENCHES from GREENBERG SUP. Plus Five Silver Dollars to Every 25th Person Registering during the day! 2—NEW IDEA WAGONS WITH TIRES GRAIN AUGER from MEYER MFG. CO. CASE OF OIL from WARREN SUP. CO. 2 PRIDE OF THE FARM hog feeders, 1 PRIDE OF THE FARM hog waterer. First showing of New Idea No. 311 Picker You'll also see the new NEW IDEA No. 311 two-row pull type Picker for the first time Thursday. We don't have a picture to show you but we can tell you it is new and different — see it next Thursday! $ A number from 1 to ?| yrill be drawn from a box §t the afternoon drawing- and every person 'registering on that number will receive $5 in cash. Free Lunch Thursday And then there'll be a FREE LUNCH served at Linde's (on the highway coming into town from the east) beginning at 11:30 a.m. . . there will be a machinery demonstration beginning at 1 p.m. and the afternoon program will start at 2:15 p.m., featuring the "Nubbins". This is our way of saying "thank you" for your wonderful patronage down through the years. See the New D-19 Tractor Another big attraction Thursday will be the showing pf the new 5,plow ALLIS-CHALMERS D-19 TRACTOR shown «bov» with little Clark Petterion, ten pf Mr and Mr« K«nn«th Patterson of Swea City, at the wh8«J. Th« tri$tor was premiered at Linde'* la*t month. CO. SERVING KOSSUTH COUNTY FROM 19374962 eight gfafldehfldflsrj tea? : afld two Wsftrt:: Ctt Matle , f BUffolb GelitefV "$«&•' Anna Butlef, ttufrtMIdt,' v* Miner Fire ^ Bfehesf • an plnsp&fttol #iH ment caught fire at Ha^keyej L here at 2:8d,p.m, March & Algdna firemen were <*all$d,tp the- scene. Owner Art Ashtofl and several other pe'rsons had the fire under control when ',they 'arrived. Damage 1 Was 'slfghl,''ddcdrdirfg" to from , if te"'M*ft ' i8fato,p.»,,; ! aecordiftgito^Supt.^O .B/.Laihg,, 1 wftb msa-«SM^- that'Weath'e^ was responsible for the ehartge id ' ' ; SHIPPING TAGS - Up. P6tt36s M6irt*« Piib. Co., Al- tfona. -•'-•" '!» ' i . . You'll be going places in these new pointed flats. Click your heels and step sprightly, 'cause your Robinettes will win-the ooh's and aah's of your most scrutinizing admirers. Get in the swing', gals, in Robinettesl • ALL COLORS • ALL STYLES i ALL'SIZES • ALL WIDTHS , i ALL AT THE NEW LOWER PRICES BROWN kili SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA ALGONA Aone CY 4-4371 IOWA Wherever the boys are. .. you'll find a gal with Robinettes! On campus or off, these sporty Robinettes will cafch the fellows' eyes. They're soft as a breeze, with comfort to match... the touch of a gay buckle adds to their sportiness.: If.'you like crowds (of boys, that is) you'll love these dashing Robinettes. . roMnette • ALL COLORS * ALL ST.YLES • ALL SIZES • ALL WIDTHS • ALL AT THE NEW LOWER' PRICES IOWA

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