The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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One To Rule Sentral's Homecoming Thrse four girls have boon nominated as Homecoming Queen candidates at Sentral high school. One of the four will be crowned Queen during halftime of the Sentral-Rake football game at Sentral Field this Friday night. The contest is a State Line Conference fray. Queen candidates are, left to right, Ingrid Teresko, Gail Hantelman, Beverly Wehrspan and Lois Finnestad. All are seniors. Miss Teresko is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Finnestad, Miss Ifantclman a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Miss \Vehr- span a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan, and Miss Finnestad a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad. Members of the student body at Sentral will elect the Queen this week. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) 7—Algorto (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 16, 1962 urss each and every year. He pointed out that the eggs distributed here (the first one went to Mayor (.'. C. SSnerk al the city hall) were donated by Hess and Chirk and the salt and pepper by .Morton Salt. Remember, have more eggs in October — which has been officially designated KGGto- ber. Demo Luncheon Planned Oct. 24, At Country Club Democratic women of Kossuth County are planning luncheon. Wednesday. Oct. 24, in conjun' 1 - tion with the visit here of the major candidates for state office Most of the top candidates will spend that day in the county, which will be topped off with a party rally in the evening at the Burt high gymnasium, starting at 8 p.m. Ladies from Swea City and Lakota will be hostesses at the luncheon at 1 p.m. at the Algona Country Club. Dclma Dale Dever. democratic candidate for Secre- t-.ry of State, will be a guest of honor. Hostesses \\ill he Mrs \V. L. lleynolds. Mrs Al Guerdet an<! . Mrs Mancil Hurlburt. ; The committee for decorating '• in< '.udcs Mesdames Don Pries- ' k'irn. Franklin Koons and Man- S cil Hurlburt. The name card 1 committee is Mrs Richard t >'• Green, Mrs Sam Larson and Mr^ Kenneth Kollasch. The committee handling pri/es u.'.l be headed by Mrs 11 1! Mur !..;> of Lakota. Tickets are Sl.-'iii IK r person, and may be obtained i !;uin Beulah Bullock, Burt: Mar;. ,'.:iie IKigan, VVhiltemnrc: Mr.-* l,;ii-|burt at S\\eu City, or Ha/el 1 i ie*korn or Kathleen McEnroe. A;;.ma. Bridge and 500 will folio v, the Kmcheon. Slate candidates and their \\i\e^ \\ill also be The uhe- y.,11 remain for the afternoon while II.i- iiic-n cany on a campaign tour. Egg Week Is Kicked Off By Whitfemore Man Egg Industry Week is being observed in Iowa from Oct. 152(1 and Elmer Maahs of the Uhittemore Hatchery kicked- off the festivities a couple of days when he visited Algona business places with two Egg Princesses from \\hittpmore. Trudy ISetts a n d Barbara Greinert. and presented many persons with a free hard boiled egg. complete with salt and pepper, and a large plastic utility bag. Elmer's promotion met with approval on all fronts and did a good job of pointing up the fact that Kossuth county does SX.WMi.iwo worth of egg busi- Mayme Schroder Rites Are Held At Burf Church Burt — Final rites for Mrs Mayme Schrader. 81. long-time Burl resident, were held at the Hurt Methodist church at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. IB, with Rev. VV. G. Bohi. officiating. Burial was in the Burt Township cemetery, with Garry's Funeral Home of Bancroft in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers' were C. H. McMullen, Howard Sigsbce. Charles Spry, Wilbur Doege, George Manus and Willis Vogel. Mayme Elizabeth Smith was born Feb. 2, ln;;l, at Blue Earth. Minn Mary Smith. She received her education and grew to womanhood at Elmore. On Oct. 8, 1903, she was united in marriage to Charles Harry Schrader at Elmore. Not long after they came to Burt where she has resided to the present time. Her husband preceded her in death in 1944. Death came to Mrs Schrader in her sleep sometime after midnight Oct. 13. Survivors include three daughters, Harriet, Mrs Stanley Black, Burt: Opal, Mrs George Harley, Carlsbad, New Mexico, Helen, Mrs Jack Osborn, El Paso, Texas; and six sons, Clifford, Clayton, Virgil and Charles, all of Burt. Clarence, Hobbs? New Mexico, and Max of. Doniphan, Mo.: also 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also surviving are six sisters. Mrs Anna Young, Mrs Aggie Blonden, Mrs Hattie Manther and Mrs Tressie Simonson, all of Elmore, Mrs" Gladys Hoover, Tremont. Neb. and Minnie Smith, Welcome. Minn.; and four brothers, George, Fred and Dustin Smith, all of Elmore, and Clarence Smith of St. Cloud, Minn. Mrs Schrader was a member and faithful worker in the Burt Methodist church, its W.S.C.S. of which she was >n honorary member, Beulah ci- jlc, Eastern Star, American Leg" 'i and V.F.W. Aux- iliarys. Eastern Star Memorial Services were held at tl •) Garry Funeral Home at 7 p.m. Monday. Joseph Malecek Dies Here While Visiting Mother Funeral services for Joseph A. Malccek, 60, Lincoln, Neb., who cliod unexpectedly Saturday morning at St. Benedict while he was visiting his mother and sister. Mrs Carl Brown, were held at Lincoln this week. «• HAND'S PARK Starling Sat. — serving from 6 to ? Rotissered Mallard ducks — really delicious, includes help yourself salad bar, desert and coffee — for S2.00. If large groups call 235-3769 for the cUughter of George and i Reservations. 141-42) Judy Schumacher Of Algona Will Wed Nov. 24 Mr cind Mrs Louis Schumachc: .•Manila, announce the appruucliinj.' uiui Huge o! ilitir daughter, Jtnl) to Harold llaag, West Bend, lie is the sun of Mr Pelt' lluay and the lale Mrs Haag. JiuK i.-., ;i graduate of Merc) H'l:,[)Ual .Scliool of \uTjJJ1g, J)l'.V M>-j;ic.x and i.-, presently eiupluse.l ill St. Ann. The wedding will be Satunia\, Who is the man in the Pedwin Boot Obviously he is the guy who demands more than just a pair of shoes. He appreciates how Pedwin has improved the fit and look of the boot. Made it lower' i on the ankle for comfort. Added 'a streamlined, Spanish flaired effect for colorful variety. Be the man in tha Pedwin boot. All Uultlib All Li-n(.;tlis All Sues. A'b to KKK's B including i:j m BROWN biii SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA • ' i ' i: < ! I £fhw;<* ft ^~t f I * L •• • • » <W *t** lf * f " " VrtM * •»•» iWMMAnnW •**•*'•*•»»* t it ,i Avgvv* i m*ti H i, . about "" ^Bargain" diamonds ? Be wary when you see a diamond offered for sale as a "bargain" or at a "discount: 1 Any good diamond has a value-and a price-based on established qualitiei known to all gem experts. We do not sell "discount" diamonds here-but as a member of the American Gem Socicly we do guarantee the excellent color, cut and clarity of every diamond you buy from us. -^MP'^ MEMBER AMERICAN 'OEM SOCIETY' •»»»»»»•»< The Hamilton Funeral Home here was in charge of local tr- rangements and the body Was shipped to Lincoln for files and burial. Other survivors, besides his mother and sister in this ,iea, were not known at press time. ? Get Scout Awards Kathleen Reilly, daughter of Louis Reilly, and Sharon Wagner, daughter of Allen Wagner, were two Algona Girl Scouts to receive their Marien Award at LeMars, Sunday, Oct. 14. HAND'S PARK Smorgasbord Every Sunday All home cooked food. All you can eat for $2.00. Special Children rates, bring the family. Serving from 5 to 9 p.m. Special Thanksgiving Smorgasbord, serving from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (41-42) The LAW and YOU Sp&nsored in the Public Interest by THE KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASS'N Estate Planning For Family Security People usually have larger estates than they realize. When you add up all that you are worth, together with your life insurance and other benefits, you may be surprised at the total. Many people believe that estate planning is only for the man of above average means. The experience of lawyers clearly indicates that many wives and families have been deprived of substantial benefits because of this mistaken belief. It is good business for you to find out whether you need a will to make careful provision for your family and the disposition of your property in order to do the greatest good at the least possible expense. Simple estate planning and will drafting go hand in hand. First of all you must know what property you have. If you have never stopped to consider this problem, you should do so now. Next week we will publish a checklist on which you can enter your assets and gain some idea of how large your estate may really fae. Your lawyer can help you develop a personal, practical plan for your lifetime and estate. You may be able to avoid legal difficulties and expense. Sometimes a slight change in wording in a will or how your property is held can mean sizable tax savings. REG. 1.29 value All fall colors and i n time for your Holid a y knitting. Flower Pot URN Brass plated met'- al tripod stand urn 9"x 18" high. Just in season for fall and gifts' . Complete for Rag. 2°° WRAP 1" Value PLASTIC PAIL 11 qt. Heavy weight with strong handle, al- jft ways in use around the tlHQ house. 9«c Value. «*rw JERSEY GLOVES 28C BRACK'S CHOCOLATE Peanut Clusters REG.69C A full pound factory packed poly bag for this sale. POLY FOAM Shredded, white only— . •_ in poly bag. Full lb.— Aj A For Fall pillow making • • " IRONING BOARD COVERand PAD SET SHOE RACK Floor type — Hold 9 pair. Chrome plated. $1.39 Value Men's 9 02. — Brown, Full cut for wear and warmth. BABY BLANKETS 38c Twinkle by Beacon Size 2(i"x:i4". Colors: Fink, Blue, White. brass plated and full size. Just the thing for nxjins or gifts — Save on this item. 7" China SAIAD BOWL Decorated with a Porcelain finish, import quality 29 TfRRIflC SUYI MAGAZINE RACK 97C Tremendous Values Throughout The Entire Store. 57 Rug Runner j 37»*48» • Mult I 'colored pattern that L'O« with all combinations and Ijas a heavy rubber backing, G e t ready for the wet season,

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