The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1962
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8-Algona (ta.) Uppef Pes Mo{ne> Tuesday, June 56, 1962 St. Joe C.D.A. Installation Held June 20 St. .IOP — C. D. A. mot Wodnof- tlay with Mrs Francis Erpelcling. grand regent, presiding. Installation of officers for the coming war. wilh Mrs L. ,1. Nemmrrs of Bancroft, district deputy, install ing officer. Officers for the coming year are Mrs Francis Erpelding. grand re gent; Mrs Nicholas Weydert. vice regent; Mrs Vernon Bcrtn. pro phetcss; Mrs William McGuirp i-rcturer; Mrs Eugene Thul. inonitor: Mrs E. .1. Calcs. financial secretary: Mrs Bob Berte. tn>a surer; Mrs Milforvl Plathe. historian: Mrs William Bormann sentinel; Mrs Peter Becker. mu- : i< fan; Mrs Eugene Zeimct and Mr.- Leonard McGuire, Mary Jane Origer, Margaret Rriilmilfer, Urn Marvin Reeling and Mrs William Erpokling as truslcos. An officer's meeting will ho hold Monday at the home of Mrs Nicholas Weydert lo plan the new yrai books. CDA and K'' family pienir is scheduled for July l r i and ihe s ; ~ter shower for AUK '•'"•• A social hour fnllnwod wilh Mr< .Inmes Stahl, Mrs William B. De- vim 1 and Mrs .John Alt man f'ommitlec in chariie nf arratuu 1 menls were Mrs Hubert O'Brien Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas. Mrs Vern.>n Berte. Mrs Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs •\lphonse Bl'i'te. Mrs Herbcr! Kay ser. Mrs F.dward Bormann. Mrs Louise Thul. Mr? Will Ko.l.m: and i Mrs Albert Thitecs. ! on a trip through (he Black Hills this week. Mr and Mrs Onrse Booker and family from Richmond. for a \ isit Hubert O'Brien anr 1 Tim O'Brien frem Alpnna attende 1 the CiMcra! of a cousin. .John (lille. at Sh' 1 !!- inirg. Wi 1 -. Monday 1'atly Redin.H. d.umhfer of Miami Mrs Ralph R-i'mu. acenif 1 -| panied Mr and Mr- I<i < -nard D: ' Jnnfi and familv from T)es Mmtv^ rived here We-.ltif.-l: 1 with relatives and fr Mrs Fufzeiie Ti.iil ri 'itrned home on Friday from a we»k'< ^'--it with her Min.'Mr and Mix M.ivid ;.nd .K an Marie at '.Jonnl.iin \':c>'.. C'll Mrs Don iledinj; e:itcrl,ii'ied h'. r ,"co ( Itilj Thiirsdiiv wil'i Mrs !)d MID 'iritnm. Mr? ("liarU's Berlr .ind Mrs Bob Berle as t'lie-'.-;. Fri/es \\eie awarded co Mis i*ci- aii'i <irinim. Mr> P.nlj Kirsch and Mrs .lvrr\ Be< ker. Mrs .Man; Thdues i-nlerlains the club in ,Iul\ Mi v I' iiorinann 'nterlaimv' I h-t "on cliil) Tiii:rsii.',\ wiih Mf- ! I' Krpelding and Mary Jan.' j t infer a- ,miesl<. Fn/es \v'M"'! awarded to Mrs W.TI. B Devine. Mrs f-; .1 il,ill's .ml Mrs Mi'lion.'* B' rte. Mi's Al|.!mir-'' Berte en : [criains the i inh .inh '<. (H-'-rtii 1 \'el'cr '.!' i K reyedan d: • ! i receiiiiy at tlv.' ;H.V nf in:i VOMX. l\"> "iiinihs .iii.l ::"> >! '. He v- • • (he eldc-I ef emh: .-hi' 'rcn Mrs. Janssen Funeral Held, Buffalo Center Funeral services for Mrs Aggo Jiinssen. ,",n. long-time Buffalo f'enter resident and mother of Dick Janssen of Algona, were held at I .10 p.m. Saturday in the First Reform church at Buffalo Center. R"v. (Jeorge Kops officiated and burial was at the Ramsey ceinc- tei\ near Titonka. Mrs Jansson died Wednesday nu rninn at the .lulling rest home 1 Buffalo Center. She suffered a frv-iiirerl hip four years ago .'iti(i had heen confined to a wheel chair HIVI' that time. IV-r'i M:i''eh IK. in?.'? in Germany, -lie ranv tn ti-e Cirited States with hci p ir"iit.s wh'i lived first in Illi- "ois and in Kossuth cocnty. In !.' '.". 'lie was married to Aggo in- -' n i i C,;'i"n.!'i township where they farmed until 1035 when the retired and moved to Buffalo Get ter. Mr Janssen died in 1945. Besides the son, Dick, Algona other survivors include three son and four daughters, Robert, Mi- George Boehm, Mrs William Mil ler and Mrs George Jutting, Buf falo Center, Ralph, Klcmme, John Huron, S. D., and Mrs George Swalve, Thompson; 45 grandchll Iron; and 98 great-grandchildren Driver Charged After Mishap At Whittemore A charge of failing to have con- •ol of his vehicle was filed again- t Paul D. Maahs, 16, Whittemore, blowing a mishap there at 9:55 .in. Thursday. The charge was led by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood ho investigated. An auto driven by Maahs, which headed west at the time, struck a new 19G2 Chevrolet owned by Louis Studer of Rodman. The ?tuder auto was parked at the time. Live On Same Road, Ringsted Boys Injured Ringstrd — Kenny Preston, 3'i> son of Mr nnd Mrs Dick Preston is recovering from a fractured left leg which he received recently when he fell from his father'' tractor while mowing hay. Kenny is in traction at the Emmetsburf, hospital. On the same road west of Ringsted, Jon Schauberger is recovering from a broken left leg when lis father's sprayer, which was sitting idle in the parental Henry Schauberger farm yard, tipped >ackwards on 5 year old Jon and pinned him to the ground. Jon ind Kenny live one half mile apart. Moving To Seattle Russell Hutchins of Algona is lanning on moving his family to cattle, Wash, in the near future, /here he has employment with oeing Aircraft. They are holding household goods and shop tools sale this coming Saturday Have Mishap I,ono Rork — Mr «n»1 Mrs Jtu-k Qiiinn niul Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and children nirl with t> ml*ltm> while driving thwinli thp Ulnt'k Hills on tlii'ir way to Seattle, Wash. A sudden storm struck nnd two trees foil on Iholr trailer nnd one in front nf (ho rnr. Fortunately, there weiv no Injuries, Drake Summer Class Begins Here July 2 Ues Mollies — Registration for the second of three courses to be taught in Algona during the summer by the University College of Drake University will take place at. the first meeting of the class, Monday, July 2. In the second term, July 2 to July 20, an education course call- id "Teaching of Reading" will be aught. Numbered Education 129, he course will deal with the Icvelopmcnt of a functional rcad- ng program. The course will meet Monday through Friday from nine a.m. until noon in the Algona high school building. Three semester hours of college credit may be earned in ench course. Schattschneider Infant Dies; Funeral Held Graveside rites for Kerry Anne Sehaltschncidcr, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Schattsch- neidcr who was born prematurely at St. Ann hospital Saturday, were held Sunday afternoon at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here with Rev. Cleo Kautsch of Whittemore officiating. Besides her parents, Kerry is desurvived by two brothers, Kyle and Terry, and a sister, Sally. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ned Hardgrove and Mrs Frank Schatt- schneidcr, all of Algona. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Tomorrow is the greatest laborsaving device of today. OF THESE KITCHEN UTILITY CARTS STEP STOOLS ALL CLOTHES HAMPERS SOME NEVER UNPACKED ITEMS CARD TABLES KING SIZE TABLES FOLDING CHAIRS SOME NEVER UNPACKED CASH and CARRY DEALERS WELCOMED BABY FURNITURE BABY BEDS AND MATTRESS HIGH CHAIRS, PLAY PENS CHILDS ROCKERS AND CHAIRS STROLLERS, CHESTS AND MISC. THESE ITB1S MUST GO BEFORE OUR STORE RE-MODELING STARTS OUR NEW PROGRAM FOR FALL WILL BE THE MOST OUTSTANDING HOME - FURNISHING SHOWROOM DISPLAY and DECOR EVER TO BE SHOWN IN THE AREA RETURNING FROM OUR CHICAGO MARKETS WITH THE LATEST CONCEPTS TO CONTINUE OUR REPUTATION OF BEING FIRST IN STYLE, QUALITY and DECORATING IN OUH EARANCE -TV LOUNGER SOFA Reg. 89.95 Now 48 88 -EARLY AMERICAN Wing Chairs Reg " "' 9£ Now 59.95 c,, -EARLY AMERICAN SOFA Brown Tweed Re9 ' 199 ' 95 Now 149.00 -Flexstee! EARLY AMERICAN Sofa Re 9" 249 " 95 Now 149.00 -Flexsteel 3 pc. SECTIONAL Reg. 444.50 Now 289 00 -SOFA BED and ROCKER Reg. 219.50 Now 129 00 -Naugahide Brown Leather Like Chair & Ottoman Reg " 194 ' 95 Now 129.00 ALL ITEMS IN OUR SOUTH SHOW ROOM M ENDING JULY 4th AGAIN ON THESE PRICES! All Nylon £ Foam Sofa Reg. 189.95 NOW 75.00 All Foam Rediner Reg. 179.50 Now 79.00 Lamps Up To 50% off Tables Up To 50% off Occasional Chairs Up To 50% off Solid Maple Hutch Reg. 199.00 Now 139.00 Solid Maple Hutch Reg. 149.00 Now 89.00 Solid Elm Plastic Top 7 pc. Wai. Dining Room Set Reg. 570.00 Now 349.00 3 pc. Wai. Chest Bed and Nite Stand 99,00 Solid Wai. Bedroom Suite Reg. 324. Now 199.00 3 pc. Wai. Bookcase Bed Suite Reg. 219. Now 169,00 3 pc. Elm Bedroom Suite Reg. 219, Now 159,00 3 pc. Wai, Triple Dresser Set Reg. 269 Now 209,00 3 pc. Butternut Triple Dresser Set 239, Now 198.00 7 pc. Rattan Ash Craft Group 350. Now 189.00 2 7pc. Dinettes Quality 119.95 Now 98.88 ea, ONLY ! THIS IS ONCE A YEAR EVENT ! THEY ARE FLOOR SAMPLES OR DISCONTINUED. NO PHONE ORDERS PLEASE. and CARPETS Inc. First in Style, Quality and Selection I

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