The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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Toa^ay, -April iy; ^ '— —~ — --.— - -' - ve Gold&n W&dding Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach of Whittemore, shown here, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house in St. Haul's'Lutheran church at Whittemore this Sunday afternoon, April 22. The open house will follow a prayer service at the church at 2 p.m. All friends,and relatives are invited to attend. The Zumachs were married April 18, 1912. She is the former Amanda Rousch. (UDM Engraving) Bowl Down Cancer , Bowl Down for Cancer Night at Algona high school Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1 a't 8. A bowling movie featuring bowling tips by Gary Naylor and a Mr. Magoo film on Cancer Facts will be shown. Mr. Gordon DeKoster of Fort Dodge will be guest speaker. The nominees for queen and princess contest will be presented at this meeting. Mrfc Arndorfer Dies; Funeral Held Funeral services fpr Mrs. Joseph Arndorfer, 70, well-known rural Algona woman, were'held Monday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated and burial followed at Calvary cemetery. Hamilton .Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Ronald, Darrel, Lyle and Lynn Gould, Roger and Lor. n Arndorfer. Mrs. Arndorfer died Friday, Apf. 13; at Mercy hospital, Masori City. Matilda Erdman, daughter of Barney and Elizabeth Erdman. was born June 15, 1891 at Orient, S. D. She moved with her parents to St. Joe four years later, then to the St. Benedict and Algona areas in 1929. She was married to Joseph Arndorfer Nov. 28, 1911 at St. Benedict. Survivors include her husband, a, son, Sylvester, Algona; a daughter' Fidelis (Mrs. Gould), Jacobsen, Minn.; 13 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; three brothers, Tony, Algona, Aft. Loop Nebr., antj gfnil, Netofll, \ and three listers, ~ Dps Bleri), St. Se'ftemet, Mmihs tfohfl Steil); FarlBMf, Minify- And Justine (Mrs. Joe StasstA), Marshall, Minn, , , .--.'•'•". Wesley Man Gets Parole From OMVl Sentence Here John F.-Weig, Wesley, was sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary at Fort Madison after he filed a guilty-plea to a charge of OMVl, third offense, in district court here Monday. Judge Joseph Hand then paroled Weig to the- State Board of Parole., Weig was apprehended here Apr. 14 and the charge filed in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court. Weig waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to district court and his bond set at $2,500. Two days later, Apr. 16, he was arrested at Wesley and a charge of operating a motor vehicle while his driver's license was revoked was filed. He Was fined $200 and costs in district court on that charge. His brother, Raymond, was fined $25 and costs, in Mayor Shierk's court following a preliminary hearing on a charge of intoxication. Varied Charges Bring Large Fines Locally Joseph Lalller, Algona, bound over to cllstflct court he waived a preliminary-Bearing in Mayor C. C. ghtefjt's 'court oil a charge of OMVl this \veek. Bond in the matter was set at $500 and was furnished. Three Bancroft men, Edward McGuire, Daniel Menke and Wit' liam Doocy, Were fined for tampering with an unattended vehicle. McOuire and Menke each paid $26 and Doocy paid $10., Menke was also fined $7 for speeding. Rojeanne Westerlund, Bancroft, was bound over to distribt court for operating a vehicle while her license was suspended and was also fined $25 for intoxication. Others fined for intoxication were Leon Arend and Leonard Hoist, $25 each, and Myron Dimond, '$10. All are from Algona. Bernard Schrauth, Jr., Wesley, paid $50 for advertising a motor vehicle for sale without a dealer's license; Alan Schultz, Whittemore, paid $30, and Ronald Charlson, Burt, $8 for speeding; Kenneth Dayton, Bradgate, $10, illegal passing; Robert Farnstrom, Algona, $5, failing to have control; Harold Ristau, LuVerne, $5, allow- ^ I© B!G"BUYS" FOR HOMEMAKERS IS DRESS-UP TIME FOR THE HOME BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME THIS SPRING. . .WITH CARPETING. DRAPERIES, AND FURNITURE FROM BJUSTROM FURNITURE. *%• „ <» * -. *" iaa CUSTOM DRAPERY by our Decorating Consultant Choose from 3 Floors! Carpeting - Draperies - Furniture At Bjustrom's you can see all three matched in perfect balance. No guesswork! Our decorating consultant will help you! OUR OWN EASY TERMS! YOU CAN BE SURE YOU'RE RIGHT When you buy at FREE DUST PROOF VAN DELIVERY STASH 8HiD r riving without a license; Alfred Lafsea, Algotia, $S, improper left tufnr and Dorothy SfiodgresS, Algona, $5, improper iregistration.', .Court costs, were assessed in ao> ditiotl to fines. flffigMffffiteffli^^ ft&aa&xi^&Baaaaa^^ Linda Larson To Wed June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey V. Larson of Lone Rock announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Linda, to Lloyd Broesder, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Broesder of Algona. The bride-to-be works in the office of the Algona Municipal Utilities, and Mr. Broesder is employed at Weid- enhoff Corp. The wedding will take place June 1 at Good Hope Methodist chudch. (UDM Engraving) Jeanette Hanna Of Lone Rock Engaged To Wed agart^t, * briVAte eafMcB, private see Bjustfbm SHmiiturt. Wanted WANTED — Permanent housekeeper, no nursing, no children, two adults only. Send references, and experience. Mrs. Burt' J, Thompson, forest City, lOwa. (16) NOT OVER 65 YEARS: We have opening for 1 woman with car to assist in Spring house cleaning . rush. Ten hours a week $35.00. For .information write box 69-K, c/o this newspaper. (15) MAKE 45% profit showing popular - priced, distinctively - packaged, quality-line of cosmetics to friends and neighbors in and around Algona. Full or part time. Write ; fpr free info. Jeanne Nadal, Dept. A, 100 So. Wacker, Chicago, 6, 111. (IS) WILL DO SPRING House Cleaning. Call CY 4-2675. 15* WANTED — Man 24-45, for respon-. sible job with a future, Must be willing to work 9 hrs. day. 6 days wk. to start. $125 wk. plus yearly bonus. Home nights. For personnel interview, Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa. (14-17) MAN OR WOMAN to supply established customers with famous nationally advertised Watkins products in city of Algona. No investment. Earnings of $75 and up weekly possible. Full or part- time. Write Watkins Products Inc., D-60 Winpna, Minn. 14-17* USEO Supef "M" "...-j.. " .. . , 1954 Ufi I MM. !.... ',..'.„..., -$1760; 1948 MM U ..„,..»...,,*.',,, $995 USED SHJSLLERS, ! im MM PTO Shellt : master ...,.' ........ .'... $1795, 1959 MM "PTO Stall- j master ... ........ . ..... $1750. E MM PTO Sheller . . . v . .-, . $1095 MISCELLANEOUS. 18-ft. J. D.'Str.' cut disc. IH 18-ft. Str, Cut disc',,.,,,. $ 165 $ 16S 13-ft. MM Tandem disc,'.... $ 245 i—12A New Idea Tractor Spreaders ; $225 to $295 Oliver Spreader .,, •..,..,v.. $,145 Grainavator 30 Auger wagon with : apron conveyor $ 395 Have Several 15, 18, & 21 ft. straight cut disc on hand now I So see us now for, both new or used disc.-. ' .-" t ;'-:'i'>£•/*': SEE US FOR THE BEST DEAL ON NEW WHEEL TYPE TANDEMS !•.-..., - • • '.-. ,-. ..Now is the time to get your' equipment overhauled before the spring rush. BUSCHER BROS. I 1015 N. Main CY CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! RCA VICTOR THE ENCHANTING VOICE OF TOTAL SOUND STEREO Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna, Lone Rock, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeanette, to James, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, also of Lone Rock. No definite wedding date has been set. (UDM Engraving) Union Boys 4-H Union Boys 4-H club held a meeting at the Union civic center Apr. 9. Two delegates were chosen to represent the club at the state conference at Ames. They are Jim Abbott and Jim Nitchals. Lunch was served by Deals and Deims. WANT ADS For Rent FOR RENT — Modern farm home. 2 miles east Fenton, near Sentral school. Ph. 116, Fritz Freyholtz, Fenton. • 15* FOR RENT — House in country. Write Box 69-M, c/o Upper Des Moines. 15* ii Dait.tfe MutU'ti lui ! «M'.*»r» nna »«• nO JW" <:"., M »*lt inn, trw tia'incf i»»i», Imnio and t»ily v« mna !,Ht>a. ti()*n<*il 4 i>yil*mi 20 * »'np!ilicf "Pl<MitinK Action" r*C- ora r ! H »*»i> W MAHK xyi FOR RENT — Furnished, heated 2 bedroom apartment, private entrance and bath, laundry privi- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT - No. 8069 April Term, 1962 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Julius H. Jensen, Deceased, dated February 13, 1961, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 30th day of April, 1962, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court oj said County, or the Clfrk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and. show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be prp. bated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Pated at Algona, Iowa, April 14, 1962. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. JJ. 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