The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 7, 1962
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4-Algano (let.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 Former LuVerne Heart Victim At Ohio Home LuVerne — Word was received of the death of Robert L. Smith, 43, of Columbus, Ohio. Robert was the oldest son of the Lloyd Smiths of Des Moines, formerly of LuVerne. His death was due to a heart ailment. Observe Birthdays Four consecutive birthdays were celebrated at the Martha Ramus home Monday afternoon. Those having birthdays were Martha Ramus, Geneva Jergenson of Corwith, Helen Hildman of Wesley and Elizabeth Ramus. Others attending the party were Mrs Clara Wolf, Elizabeth Bommel of Fulton, Mo., Beatrice Hildman of Wesley, Gertrude Fleming of Corwith, Lydia Lenz. Lillie Pechumer and Mrs John Hanson. Gifts and luncheon also made the occasion a pleasant one. Dennis Stoll and son of Eagle Grove. Mrs Florence Burgardt of Plover visited her mother, Mabel Thompson Sunday. At the Ernest Meyer homo are their three small grandsons, Lynn. Dennis and Douglas Brown, Sanborn. Rev. Worthie Usher and family have returned from a Wisconsin trip. The Sanford Reeds of La Puon- te,, Calif. The Harlan Schneider-; of Elko, Nev. are visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider and grandmother. Martha Schneider. Elda Kollmann has returned home after a week's stav with her grandson, Craig Stripling, a med- bargaining with meat processors. ical patient at Iowa City. ""Rev?*.!. Paul Stevens and family have returned home from an Ozark, Kansas and Missouri tour. NFO Bargaining Committees Are Making Gains A showdown rapidly is approaching as the National Farmers Organization <NFO> marketing area meat bargaining comes enter the second round of Leslie Johnson, Kossuth county NFO president, said information received from national NFO headquarters pointed out that meetings of the county bargaining committees have been concluded in all the established meat marketing areas. The purpose of these meetings was to make future plans for bargaining. Oren Lee Staley, national NFO president, said the processors now arc heing given the opportunity to bargain in good faith. "If the processors do not sign a contract, tney will find that previous holding actions, which each time were succcedingly stronger, were mere scrimmages compared to the battle the NFO will be prepared tc wngo," he said. • H Mr and Mrs Clarence N'eilsen recently purchased the home of Mrs Mary Schultz. Man' is a patient in Johnson nursing home in Ft. Dodge. Little Diana Carroll, daughter of j. • the Tom Carrolls. celebrated her j j* first birthday Sunday with her ! m grandparents present, Mr and Mrs i Dennis Carroll and Mrs Helen j B Toohey. • Mr and Mrs Bill Wickett and i • Steven spent the weekend at ! • Strawberry' Point where they met Mr and Mrs Francis Pitlik of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Peter Lisowski. Mr and Mrs John Lisowski and Jerome of Independence. Wis. visited with their relatives in California and Seattle World Fair and other places for two weeks and enroute home stopped for an evening at the John Stampka home. Mrs Durwood Burtis and daughter Peggy of August, Wis. spent three days visiting her parents, the Fred Baumgarters, Victor Baumgartners and Wayne Sanfords. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly. Jan- j ice Elbert and Evelyn Marty | visited the Bob Martys at Albert Lea and the Eldon Martys of \VaUham, Minn., over the weekend. Arnie Elbert of Harlan, Eldon Marty of WaJtham and Edwin Marty were in Nebraska last weekend on business. 500 card club met at Mathilda Stoddard home Tuesday. Mrs Florence Pergande received high and Mrs Nora Gronbach. low Luncheon was served by the host- ! ess. " ! Theresa Elizabeth, infant daughter of the Monte Toohey s, was baptized Sunday at Sacred Heart church in Livermore. Sponsor.-. were Helen Toohey and Lyle Nelson of Livermore. Mrs Walter Neimeyer of Hum boldt has been helping out at the Monte Toohey s this week Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull of Ft. Dodge visited Sunday at the Henry Pergandes. Harry and Phil Lichty attended the funeral of their uncle Harry who died Tuesday. Funeral .services were Thursday at Toledo Mrs Esther Jones and duughtiT-, of Fontana. Cal. are Vi.-'tin;: „> her brothers, Arhe. Fred and BiT Goetsches. Mr and Mrs C. 0. McClellan at, ' Mr and Mrs Jack MeCUllan kf- for California Thursday Thev will visit the Howard Mc<>!|jr.-' Mr and Mrs Charles 'A-,lf >,f K- Dodge MM ted the Hugi: Sink Sunday. Mrs (irace Mother of i li-ar water. Fla. is vi.-iting Wilirui Tune. They are making pUn* i<, tour the Workli Fan and also \ a r ion.-) places in California ne\l j week. Mr and Mrs John (iron . i-iu-d Sunday evening at the Bob Scotia in Livermore. Mr and Mrs Bill Meyer of Omaha. Neb. Msited the August Per gandes and the Henry Pergandes over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Ervin Uarnus and girls of Fort Dodge visited his parents. Mr and Mrs Ed Ramus. Sunday Sharon Hildman of Wes ley returned to Ft. Dodge with them. The Norman Ileuses of Kemv ick visited his folks, the Henrv llessi-- from Sioux Cuv . who are staving at the Frank Gronbach home Friday and Saturday w c r t grand opening das a for the D-X station. The new piopnetor i- Clarence Nielsen Mrs Howard Stoddard and Denise and Donna of Cartnage. So Dak. are visiting relatives, m Lu- Verne. Fred H'uu has returned to M.JI shalHown after visiting relatives here. Robert Bristow and Dennis Sill have left for a trip to Minnesota. Canada, Seattle and Colorado. Pastor Allen Rudow and famiiv have returned from their vacation in Minnesota. Visitors at the Ralph Stolls Sunday t veiling were Mr and Mrs SHEAKLEYS The Officers, Directors and Employees of this bank are happy to extend our congratulations. Your beautiful new store is a great asset to this community and we wish you success in the years to come. Congratulations and again WELCOME. 7/ ALGONA'S PRO3RESSIVE BANK Security State Bank Member F.D.I.C. With an Office in LuVerne J'faaaaaaaaaaKaattaaaaamamnatmsasaamaaaaamanaaaaaaaaaaaa Activities in grain and dairy bargaining also are continuing as the NFO steps up the pace in its drive to the bargaining table. During past weeks, summer organizational activities of the NFO also have reached a new high. In addition, the NFO has just completed a briefing session for all assistant national organizational directors and national staff 'organizers. Hustlers Met The Garfield Hustlers 4-H club held a meeting at the home of Ronald and Allen Struthers July 2. Duane Metzger and Art Mog- ler reported on 4-H camps they had attended and Ronnie Buenger, Richard BanwaVt and John Ketelsen gave talks. NFO Picnic Kossuth county held its annual NFO potluck picnic Sunday, Jtilj 29, at the American Legion hall at Burl. Afterwards games .wef held for everyone of all ages. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Busihesi forms, office furniture, filinj equipment and supplies, at tht Upper D6s Moines Pub. Co., Al gona, across from new Municipa parking lot. : A SALUTE TO SHEAKLEYS WELCOME TO ALGONA PROGRESSIVE MERCHANDISING <r-'- - -, «»'» A . . >*> ' i ,; .?5.jftjc "*" V-.-'. .'.. ..--• '. .»;••:» . , -.-.•••• ••- •:•'.- *'•*•'• :•' '• .j YOUR ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES NEWSPAPER To Sheakleys May We Shake Your Hand Your Beautiful New Store Is A Great As>et To This Community. We Feel Sure That The People In This Community Will App-eciate And Support Your Firm That Offers A Large Selection Of Nationally Advertised Brands At Popular Prices. We At Zender's Also Handle Only Famous Brands At Popular Prices With Friendly Service In A Pleasant Atmosphere. Congratulations On Your GRAND OPENING Friday and Saturday. "WhtKfc QUALIFY IS INEXPEfJSIVE" To SHEAKLEYS ..and THANKS For Having Given Us The Opportunity To Serve You In Carpeting Your Beautiful New Store. ..and CONGRATULATIONS For Selecting Algona As Your Ne,w Home. You'll Like Living In The Friendly City With Its Progressive People. ..and BEST WISHES On Your GRAND OPENING This Friday and Saturday, August 10 and 11, And Every Day Thereafter. FURNITURE & CARPETING, Inc. FIRST IN STYLE, QUALITY ami SELECTION

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