The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 6
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Baby Passes The baby daughter of Mr. and Mr<v Dan Davis, who live southwest of Aliiomi, died Monday night at home. Funeral arrangements for the bahy are pending at the Mcfullough Funeral Chapel here. Pay Fines Three motorists forfeited bail bond at the city hall here this week, due to the fact there were no sessions of mayor's court and consequently no preliminary hearings. Roger Long, Algona, paid $10 and costs, failing to have control of his vehicle; Joe Henry, Algona, $5 and costs, stop light; and Roger K. Smith, Perry, $8 COME..... GOD'S WORD AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HARLAN & MCGREGOR - IN ALGONA EACH EVENING THIS WEEK THROUGH SUNDAY DEC. 16 - Each Evening At 7:30 P.M. - EVANGELIST LEN Dynamic Gospel Preacher GLEN SCHUNK 7 DAYS OF REVIVAL FELLOWSHIP Inspirational Singing — Special Music Nursery Open Nightly — Rev. Richard F. Cagle, Pastor 6-Af§ono (la.) Upptr DM MdtflM Tuesday, December 11, 9 Families To Adopt For Christmas Left Nine of 34 families available this Christmas for "adoption" by organizations or individuals are still available. A splendid response resulted with publication of the list of 34 families needing a friendly boost to make their Christmas joyful, and a host of organizations have and some individuals have already responded, as will be noted in the summary listing below. To adopt any of the remaining families simply call the Upper Des Moines, or the Kossuth County Emergency Relief Office in the courthouse. The 1962 "Adopt-A-Family" listing follows: No. 1 — Adopted by Algona Senior High Student Council. No. 2 — Mother and 13 children} father is away for rehabiliation. Children range in age from eight months to 16 years. No. 3 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran Church. No. 4 — Family of eight adopted by Presbyterian Women's Organization. No. 5 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran Young Adults. No. 6 — A family of 11, adopted by Algona Newcomers Club. No. 7 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran Church. No. 8 — Adopted by Algona Junior High. No. 9 — Adopted by V.F.W. Auxiliary. No. 10 — Widow and two sons, adopted by St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Whittemore. No. 11 — Five children and parents, mother expecting. Father just laid off from work. No. 12 — A handicapped widow, existing on soldier widow's pension. No. 13 — Adopted by Algona High Senior Student Council. No. 14 — Husband, wife, one diabetic. Existing on Social Security. No. 15 — Adopted by Episcopal Guild, Algona. Nov. 16 — Parents, four children,adopted by St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. No. 17 — Family with father in Vet's hospital, adopted by Presbyterian Women's Organization. No. 18 — Adopted by Algona C. D. of A. No. 19 — Diabetic wife and handicapped husband, adopted by Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. No. 20 — Handicapped widow who receives no pension. No. 21 — Widow and family of children, adopted by St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whillemore. No. 22 — Adopted by Algona Lions Club. No. 23 — Adopted by Anonymous No. 24 — Father has just returned to work after long illness Three boys, two girls. No. 25 — Five children, fiithoi has work but low income; ayes seven to 11. No. 20 — Mother struggling, six children, ages five to l.'i. ('mild use a little extra lift here. No. 27 — Handicapped father and wife with one daughter. No. 28 — Adopted b\ Trinity Lutheran Church. No. 29 — Adopted by Algona Junior High. No. 30 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran church. No. 31 — Adopted by St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. No. 32 -- Adopted by Episcopal Guild, Algona. No. 33 — Adopted by Trinity Lutheran church. No. 34 — Adopted by Delphian Society, Algona. dairy fnrtn, Following retirement from active farming, they continued to reside in the house on the farm. Mrs Nrown died in l!i!>5, nine years after the couple observed their fiftieth wcddiiu; anniversary. He is survived by three sons, Carl. LuVenie. Ralph, Kt. Do(l»e, and John, Plymouth, KUi ; four daughters, Doris (Mrs Wayne Keith' and Aynes (Mrs John Dret'sn\an>. Algona, M;irnmvt (Mrs I.eland l.,u.-.on), Dmmrts burg, and Hnth 'Mrs Don Stile.'!), tluteliinson, Kansas; i'V grand children; fill great grandchildren, and a nephew, Walter I'.-irr. Al gona, who was raised in the l!io\ui home. He \vus preceded in death by his parents, wife, a sun, l.oren, (wo sisters and a brother. strong nnd John Ruth, Charles City. (JaiTv Funeral home, Bancroft, is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be five nephews, StNTRAL PROGRAM December 19th at 7: HO p.m. the Sentral Community high school will present its animal Christmas music program under the direction of Mi s. Warren Jones. Dennis Olson, Roger Long, Lawrence Riedcl, Herman Zimmerman find Larry Leonard, and Sidney Payne, the latter a close friend of the Raths. The !i2 vocal members of the Junior High will present a Nativity Play in song. Tlie Senior High Chorus, consisting of 70 voices, will present a new cantata, "Born A King", HILDA'S ANNUAL END OF YEAR NOW THROUGH JAN. "One-Of-A-Kind" WEDDING GOWNS WEAR & FORMALS ALL CURRENT YEAR SAMPLE STOCK GOWNS New In Style - Fresh and Clean -- Sizes 8 to 18 Sat.n, Taffeta, Peau, Lace, Silk Organza, Nylon Sheer Spring or Summer Weddings Su.tuble for Winter, TRAIN AND FLOOR LENGTH S,iU.OO GOWNS to $89-95 (formerly Priced $39.95 to $139.95) BALLERINA GOWNS '2 PRICE! r><> not miss this one opportunity of the year to purchase a beautiful bridal yown at a savings of $'J5 to $50' Party, Cocktail & Formal Gowns !/3 tO 1/2 Off HILDA'S BRIDALS & FORMALS All Reduced For Quick Clearance Open Evenings by Appointment 412 East Blu* Earth Ave. - Fairmont Mrs. Korrect Of Bancroft Dies, Laurens Bancroft — Mrs F.li/abeth Kor rect, who observed her With birthday Saturday, died Sunday at the | home of her .son. (ieorge. at Lau- , rens where she had been for six j months following an auto accident ' She observed her birthday on tlr. 1 ' same day as her son. j Funeral rites were held at K 1: a.m. today > Tuesday > in Si ' John's Catholic church at Bancroft, with Msgr. J H. Sdiultr- officiating. Burial followed at in.- church cemetery and Carry Fu neral Home was in charge of ar rangements. Mrs Korrect' had been a resident of Bancroft for 35 years brf»r- moving to Laurens. She c ri". with her husband to Bancroft {;• i.r. Armstrong where they resided ?•.' many years. Mr Korrect died 1 ' years ago. She was a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Herbert D 1- perdang of Bancroft. Survivors include the son. f>o Laurens; a brother, Nick IX-l;>crd- ang, Armstrong; a grandson, an four great-grandchildren. Mrs Korrect suffered a stroke four days before her death. * \ { j K\HM SM.K (\I.KMV\H " \ Algona t'pprr DCS .Moines Dec. 13, Saturday — Kenneth Branclow sale, I west Algona on black top, or 1 south of Alg<ma airport. Selling machinery, cattle ;md hogs, miscellaneous. Leek & Qninn, auctioneers; Security State Hank, dork. Sale detail* in this iss\ie. Dec. 17. Monday — .'ohn F. Weber. I- 1 1 miles cast of Irvington. sale starts at 1 p.m., hog equi;> ment, including hog houses, feed houses, feeders, water tanks, etc.: Dale \ungehcrg. am iiotieer, lov.a j State Bank, clerk. ; Services At Letts Creek For Geo. Rath : (leoree Hath. fifi. died suddenly ! Sunday af'iTm>.iri of a he-.irt at- tin k at a rural I.one Hock farni where he was emploved. Funeral scr\ : ces will be Wednesday at the l.otts I'ri'ck l.ull'- i ran \hui< h The Hov Arnnld 1 Yt'hl'.ne will offii-j.i'i' with lnin.il in the i-h'.uxh cenietery. ^ir K :'h v...> horn ,'an i'. 1 . '."'Hi .-.I !.' 'MI:- R'Tt Mr« Mar. and Arm- This Christmas give a A. J. Brown, Son Of Pioneer Family, Dies A. J. Brown. '.<\. son of a fii'uiccr Algona family, died at SI. Ann hospital here Thursday morning Dec. 6. He had been a patient ji. the hospital since the preceding Monday. Funeral services for Mr Brown were held at 3•:!() p m. Saturday in McCullough's Funeral (' h a p e 1 here, with Rev. G J. C Corike of Trinity Lutheran church offi< iu' ing. Burial was at Kiverview cemetery and six grandsons srr, ed as pallbearer^ Alexander John Brown, son of Alexander E. and Margaret Hurt Brown, was born in a lug cabin o:i the Brown norm-Mead in < re-en township June 2<>. Ut71. Hi- v,-i* married to Hattie Hindli- hen- in ItifKi and they f.,nned lur man;, years on the \\eil-known Brov,i farm which they uunc-l souibwi-.-,! of Algona. Mr Hi nun niaintainc.1 a large guernsey herd and th'- farm became knov.u as Brown NYLON 22 . ._. 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BURNING INDOOR TREE 600 HEAVY WEIGHT 49£ SIZE Thompson Price 65c $ 2 17 39c TREE ORNAMENTS AT LOW DISCOUNT PRICES HEALTH ad BEAUTY AIDS WOODBURY LOTION 42 $1.00 SIZE LUSTRE CREME BAND A.'D SHEER STREPS G5c Size L8STERENE ANTISEPTIC Large 89c Size LSP ICE 39c Size Instant Relief $2.00 Jar .29 49c 69c 29c M-200 NQRSTAR Pink Lady Cleaning Set , PLA-DOH ^___ 77 $1.40 CARPET SWEEPER Just Like Mom's $1.49 For The Liule Boy- BRIGHT RED COASTER WAGON Heavy Steel $Q59 Nylon Bearings THOMPSON PRICE GILBERT AUTO-RAMA $24.98 Size—Changes Lanes... ELECTRIC HOCKEY $15.00 Si/e—Fun For All $18 29 $10 98 - APPLIANCES - fe^r* • *V , — ,-~*J DOMINION ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER Thompson Price $11.89 BVI ELECTRIC CAN OPENER Rugged—Dependable—Beauty.., Lightweight Whisper Quiet $10 49 FOR THE CAR TIRES - ANTI-FREEZE BATTERIES - SEAT BELTS BRAKE SHOES - SHOCKS FILTERS - SPARK PLUGS STARTING ETHER ALL AT DISCOUNT PRICES AS MUCH AS 50% OFF 1009 N. MAIN ALGONA

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