The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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Lone Rock -Mr. Fraik Fieig observed WeMfij! anniversary weefe, , , Th*y were married Mar. 22,1922 by^Kett S, H. Aten at Burt. Mr: and Ufa. Jim Ackerman, Garner, brother and' sister of the couple, tfer£ Ittefidfints.' "MK' and Mf§. Flaig Ha've livea.tJieir entire life in this Community and are members ortKtfPresbyte'fiaft church. Mr. and Mrs. Flaig were pleas* arilly surprised by refMviB Sunday evening to help them dele- brate. Jlilativejsi jvjip same .were their tw6 daughters and farniiles, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergensen and Douglas and Barbara, Algona, and to.lnd pCftoger JelseU and Rodney-tin^Kathy. Mr. Ind Mrs. Earl Ackerfnan, Burt, Mr. and Mrs,. Conrad Heerdt and Dennis, Your Tractor Equipped With -Iram wt wW W UP ^P% ira no /neraq Itiy to tnrt.l|'M*W ' «•(• / SUP. Du.'l. tut flwt HUBS Fnta wdght •nd l fa»a oft the aile where tractor efagineeM say a dual ibould go. One man can install M&W "Slip-On" Duala in 10-15 toinutM —udng only two wrenches and a ona inch board, Duala apnad tractor freight { four tires —your tractor, worka its_ fray ovtr not through aoft gtbtinft. M&W Duab put all yoirfpoW ' to work tor you. Dual* let you pull the gam* load one gear faster in aoft ground. , . > , , i • f , j i i i M&W DUAL WHEELS ARE AVAILABLE FOR NEARLY EVERY TRACTOR MAKE AND MODEL Joe Bradley ALGONA, IOWA Linda 'and Roberta Aokerma'n, jBurt,' Mr t s - ..UBer|h¥' Buf^jArm-' s'trong, Mrs. -Mary Flaig and sons, '' ' a,,.,--, spent fpls car.d| and hm$core ,wenf to .Mrs. Frank; flaig v an0 Earl Ackettrian. Low "store went' |o Mrs/.Earl 'Ac- kermau and"^arik Flaig.'4;,,.;' • Jhe' iuncip w^s bfoughl, ; byj ihe daijghters., S A', decorated- Bedding cflltJB'foif tli6 v d6cflsi^ii Wrfs.'Wii^dG'bv Mrs.' ^ulrelftfaurhnan,; ' A^pJirse; was Ipn— Ll ja f*\ ;°i- '?=*'• ** '"rfted , Jo help I the. B^aigs celebrate. Those who came! were Mr.' and Mrs.' Jack Quinn, Mr. and Mrs, Jess Volentine, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Mr. and Mrs. Ff^tz fJew- brough, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mi 1 , and (Mrs". Eugene j tMarlow; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Mary, Genrich, Mrs. Rose Kraft and Mrs; MaryjFlaig. The evening was spent playing cards and high score went to-Mrs. Frank Flaig; and' Roger Jensen, Ix)w score went Ito Mrs. Rose Kraft Mi-,*™ Ledyard <~ Final rites were'lieli .* Monday 'Busch, 60, . 'tient and Blue n,urin piumuerj wno passed away, in Pocatello,. Idflhd y i • • "< A top-flight dounfry Mtigic, featuring -'" w ' "'"Opry at lia»)iyu«:, yviiiiotj^gfes ed by the 'Algona JayCe'es in the auditorium im" Tickets are available NOW front local. jayCee' mehibdfs arid"' at many business places- ; her6.' fJ6- kets purchased during the a'dvflflc'e ticket'sale will sell for $i.SS*M adults and $l-for children, ^ideal the bok office the night of*thf program will-be'$1.50 and & ; '' Among the stars.slated to appear are,the Wilburn' Bros., Mdrgl<; Bowes, Bob and '"'Bobbie', RuSty Adams, Johnny Durham an'd D'on Helms. / • "• ( Perhaps best-known of the troupe are the Wilburn Bros. - and J1 Miss Bowes. The Wilburns, who recotd' for Decca records, are billed ""as the top duet' in the Country Music field — and they are"credited ,as such in the pages of big music publications. They are regular stars of the- Grand Ole Opry. and have been' featured in movies, 6n radio and' on many, top TV Show recently. .,*''"' ' r '. Miss Bowes'has been oh the stage Since the age of 13 and' i now a veteran of 20. She record for 'Mercury and her first two records, w^re smash hits. She also a veteran of radio and' TV shows; including- a' stint on 'Ret Foley's sfipWi ^he has also fiiadt many night club'appearances a'nc won the .Cash Box"Award' as the most promising 'female vocalist: in 1959.''••'-•'*•';" •:• *:-v'K:. '•''-'•••"''••: Bob •; and Bobbie', have also appeared o"n maiiy 'radio and :TV shows, although both are young Both are tried and true showmen •';-.' ' ' ^W''\\%i^^9k 'H-V; , '. 1 ('- •& * " "' ^' v I "- ^ ' last week Wednesday, folibwlrt He -,was botti" 6n February ^ 1902 at Hubbafd,' atd he.&aiwe^ith his prirents^Mr^and MfSf Fited BuscH to Ledyard'in March Bf'Ufat' year. ' , i .>' '• t( . ,/ He was educated. In, v a country school neat 1 ' tedyard ' affd'/wa's married'to Arin*Hocjck:. pit t Blue Earth, who. -••«•**-""* yara .ana 'ivirs f moeri ivrainerB- meler 6( Btlffaio Center; Ernest of (SMa* Mrs,. Editn*BUSCh : acdompan- rleH by MWBppJoifzldFganist. ,*, ..... - •• Kramersmeier^ Glenn Lloyd,, Har old fiUWMe'rville' lu'sch, Edwar Lfodf,arid'Melvin v 'BdSch. Honbr ,., ary pallfalMrs^weri filler ! flage- dom.-PauI Selbe^.'Itbsdoe Mayne, Named if County Teacher Group of Lakota sdho61; was named president of.the Kossuth County , Other officers elected include Harley'. ^Lefflttan, \fiwnkaj 4 Wce preside'ht, ChaMes, Pefrin, Lakota, secretary, and Howard Tortilinson rer.f ' Setttral hi , .tr§as%rer. - .iik 1 high;schaol prfccipil,*-had charge ot th^ meeting and Roy E/ Jennings, Dos '" - , Mofiie's," director of public rela «*P»Wff» Its Eitieatlotl latton, mm'"' Kathr^r^ll^l^KiMbt at ™» /^-^.sew^a^ ele6fed pc»** ^*v*«* j *!£' """a. ~ ' ""**' — *y^fc>g4 J* trict 6T KEA.Sfif rnieetffiMf ( ,fh4t organizlliott heidli'Mafefr City " -X A fire\at the" *lttel /(Jillst food markeL'af S*6a Wms M e)cting. uishei' byl fireman ,f|§re Wednes- til dfihiaid dur]oittfe.Jif>. .which broke out'UWaer the. Checkout counter Where ,'AfflM 1 -'Sacks are eUUIUCl wi"j»»» i K-jrrr i. % —~ stored, tfaule^h-^ blaze; was not detei'mine'd. '• *'& MOOH£ ww ****?:r""If.. ~. ---"--— All sizes. Upper'Bes' Mpmes Of Eice Supply Dept., Phone CY * 1535, Algona. THE GREATEST SALE YOU'VE EVER SEEN... ANYWHERE — ^^raHBDBfiViE8i SAVE TlRACTOR Get here EARLY! many one-or-two- of-a-kind SUPER SPECIALS f . '!" R°cfc-B<Wom Prices on TIRES f('RE lOADEDl' Yes, we need the warehouse po« ond wi " $atrif IC '- ,jre inventory to get BONUS PRICES SLASHED to move out our entire stock of Firestone tires in 3 ^ays /, ,»„.««»••"•«"'." 1 ' w **—^MBIBL^- Sure we have RETREADJ af Special Low Prices' during sale ,A\i SIZES, AHf>' ,9N SA>E ^fl^£S ssESi 1 See Announcement on M & W DUAL WHEELS In Adjacent Advertisement, , on oil oui w—_, \m<l implement ( Joe Bradley Equipment §PVfh of Al09ne) Hole) Phone CY 4-2421, Algonq, la. Your FIRESTONE Wholesale qndRetpil Dealer, OR VIKIN© Oil CO,, Algona KRAUSE "66", Fentpn CHROME SERVICE, Algeria LAPPE'S D-X, Burt MURRAY P^ CO., Bancroft ' WAGNER Q*X, Algona p-Xf Whittumere iD'S^,Ali9n» The Wilburn Bras. i^l . " * V. >, * '">,»,/ "> ; ;','' > t '' r . * / * i ' ,-<". '--f And Rusty ms, Johnny purK^irjVAnd Son Helms iJhifM'i'i {.!:-,».M-- -. iHf^il'ilij.i.'.'iiM.,* -• t>; L : TUESDAY, ft 8 P.M. - ONE NIGHT ONLY! At GARR WILBURN BROS. Top performers, featuring the kind of singing that has rocketed these veteran trouper* to fame in the world of Country Mv*k, Tiiefe Pfcca .recording artist* are recognized as tjie top duet, in their field by all the top music publications., Have alto appeared on many of the nation's top TV shows. MARGIE BOWES Billed^.Jjnl*. sir! with the bis Wee, hfr first two records were top hits, Now retarding for Mercury recc-rcts, she has been appearing before audiences sine she wos 13; has also appeared in night clubs in th U.S., Canada, etc, A top attraction. BOB AND BOBBIE - Have appeared on many big-time radio and TV shows and both are flt«:omplishe,d artists, despite being young in yg'grs. Fine soloists, also tops, at duets and brilliant instrumentality*. AU OTHER ARTISTS BOOItlB. fOR THE PiBFORMANCr HERE ARE A|,50 WiU-KNOWN FOR CONTRIBU, TIONS TO THE COUNTRY MU5I6 PIEID. FOR A R1AI NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT, BE THERE BEFORE THI CURTAIN UP - DON'T MISS' A -' ADVANCE :TCpT SALi - ADULTS; $1,25; C;HILD?EN $1 TICKETS AT BOX OFFICE - ADULT5; $1 ,50; CHILDREN; $1 NOW, FRQ^iaONA JAYCil MiMWRS ANO AT MANY BUSINESS P^CIS IN AIQQNA, SPONSORED BY

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