The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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6—Algene (Ife.) Upper DPI Mo!n*« Tuetdoy, Moy 11, 1965 Craig-Trenary Vows Solemnized Donna PiiDffln Craip became the rrldp of Thomas Grrald Trenary 8t a double rlnp rrrr- mony. 10 a.m. April 24 at ?t. Mary T s Catholic Church in Armstrong. lou-a. Thp Rev. Walter I . Pruck officiated. Parents of thp couple arr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craip and Mr. and Mrs. Farl Trrnary all of Armstrong. the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Larry Faber of Esthervllle and the brldesmatron was Mrs. Gorden Burt of Fenton. The proom's attendants were Richard Flsenbncher of Algona, best man, and Dennis Smith of Fairmont as groomsman. A reception for about 150 guests was held at Hand's Park following the ceremony. The bride Is a graduateof the Dolllrer school and Is employed at the B&M grocery and will continue her work. The groom attended Armstrong Community school and is employed at Art's Way Manufacturing Company. After a two-week wedding trip to New York and Virginia the newlyweds will be at home In Armstrong.. Call For Bids The Board of Park Commissioners of Algona has called for bids to be submitted on May 25, for a floodlighting system for a Little League baseball field at the Athletic Park site. Bids are to be opened at 7:30 p. m. at the City Hall. REASONABLE PRICES, good service, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. in Algona. Former St. Joe Man Passes In Minnesota James Weydrrt, former St. Joe area resident, died April 27 at a Hocliester, Minn, hospital fiillouint; a liiifrerinp illness. A resident of Wasera, Mian., funeral services were held in Sarred Heart catholic church there April 30. Pallliearers were Herbert, Howard, Jeny, Clifford and Brian Weydert and .Tames Hhodie. Survivors Include his wife; seven children, Irvin, St. Peter, Minn.,; James, Jr., New Richland, Minn., Vehna (Mrs. John Hechle), Fairmont; Eleanor (Mrs. Michael McGuire), Montgomery, Minn.; Kosanne (Mrs. George Barnard), Waterville, Minn.; Mary Darlene (Mrs. Tod Wiobold), Tucson, Ariz.; and Ilia Joan (Mrs. Honald Kringle), Mountain LaJ\e, Minn.; 23grand- children; and four brothers, John, AlRona, Pete, Clear Lake, Leonard, Adams, Minn., and Mike, New Hlcliland, Minn. Hu was preceded in death by a brother and sister. FARM TRAINEES Two of the visiting farm trainees number Ing thirteen from Japan and one from Brazil in Iowa are Jiro Takaiio living and working on the Ricli Van ^ogeh- tnorter poultry farm in Sioux Center and Takashi Toshlmawho is staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Countryman near Moville. Applications for trainees are made through the Iowa Farm Bureau WED., THURS., SAT.,MAY 12 - 15 HIT NO. 1 SHOWN AT 7:30 > CONNIE; MIT »L»UU, LOOMNS ro« tovr ON Men HIT NO. 2 SHOWN AT 9:15 •**«««««*«*«««»»«».« « « * « * * 5tan-fn^/ntf»r-ffr5t-fi(l|.|en^ / hilariou5 ; act/on.packed film! 6 Brand New Songs plus your Beatles lavorites! Released thru UNITED ARTISTS «. HIT NO. 3 SHOWN AT 10:30 YOU HAVE TO THINK YOUNG TO FEEL REAL SPRUN(a! JAMES DARREN-PAMELA TIFFIN PAULLYNOE TECHNICOLOR" TECHHISCOPf '•>.".•;-• A SCMNC*. KOCH Cioiuctiw ft«lt«s«l thiu UNHID WUIS1S THURSDAY 1$ "BUCKNITE" THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 IN TUNE FOR SPRING CONCERT - This trombone trio will perform at Burt High School May 14 in the school's spring band concert. They are. left to right. Jean Mescher. Kevin Fraser, and Mark Mawdsley. Ray Anderson Feled For 40 Years With Co. Last Rites At Whittemore For Geo. Maahs, 62 Casket bearers at funeral services held Saturday, May 1, for George H. Maahs, 62, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore, were Elmer Maahs, Norman Schultz, Donald Hurlburt, Eldon Maahs, James Schultz and Jerry Meyer. Mrs. Hugo Meyer and Mrs. Louis Greinert were in charge of floral arrangements. The obituary in other details was carried in last Thursday's Upper Des Molnes. Mr. Maahs succumbed April 26 at the hospital in Emmetsburg. His wife and 10 children survive in the immediate family. RAY ANDERSON Raymond W. Anderson of Algona Is celebrating 40 years of service with the Northwestern"*" Bell Telephone. A native of Des Mollies, Anderson graduated from the Des Molnes East high school. He began his telephone career there as a cable splicer's helper In 1925, then held maintenance assignments In Webster City and Mason City. Anderson has been with the firm in Algona for 30 years. In 1950 he was promoted to equipmentman, his present telephone assignment. A member of the Methodist church, Anderson has also been active in the Prudence Masonic Lodge #205 and has worked as a Cub Scout leader. Anderson and his wife, Mavis, have two children and eight grandchildren. One son, Jerry, is living in Algona, and the other, Roger, lives in Lexington, Nebr. Bridal Shower LEDYARD - There will be an open house bridal shower for Carol Runksmeier at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church on Friday, May 14 at 8 p.m'. Carol, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runk- smeier, will become the bride of Bruce Keil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, in June. Sexton Girl Is Bride, May 1, At Cedar Falls Miss Glennda Sue Gabrielson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn k Gabria^on-of Saxton,.and .Walter Garland Murphy, son ofMr. and Mi's. Gerald T. Murphy, New Hampton, were married May 1, in St. Patrick's church at Cedar Falls. The Rev. John Kroemer, assistant pastor, performed the ceremony. Attendants were Miss Joyce Paulson, Wesley, bridesmaid and Thomas C. Murphy, New Hampton, best man. A luncheon was given by the bride's parents at Waterloo for the wedding party and the immediate families. The bride was graduated from Algona high school and State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, and is in graduate school there. Mr. Murphy was graduated from New Hampton high school, and is a junior at State College of Iowa. After a short trip the couple will be at home at Cedar Falls. Long Term Credit Is On Upswing Farmers and ranchers are increasing their use of long term credit at the fastest rate in 30 years, Eugene Hutchins, manager of the Federal Land Bank Associations at Algona and Forest City, was told at an educational conference May 6. and 7 in Des Moines, Iowa. The two-day event was spon- HERBST REAL ESTATE ALL NEW LISTINGS BRICK One Story — 3 bedrms., plus Office, 2100 sq. ft. area includes ige. living room, separate dining room, kitchen with built-in electric appliances plus dishwasher & disposal; new 6 yrs. ago & fully air conditioned, double garage attached; priced thousands below replacement. This fine home will SELL $28,500. 3-Bedrm. one story — all oak floors, kitchen with eating area, full basement, gas heat, 612 E. Chubb Street — June possession $ 8,750. 2-Bedrm. bungalow — oak floors, large kitchen, nice basement, attached garage, only 4 blocks from Catholic Church $ 9,750. 99 foot Site (or 2 — 49Mi' Lots) directly West of Algona Greenhouse — N. Phillips St. Has old house on it — good trees $ 3,800. SEE JOEL M. HERBST & TED S. HERBST REAL ESTATE BROKERS (35) sored by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha which is owned by the 93 FLBA's in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. In opening the conference Thomas A. Maxwell, Jr., president of the Omaha Land Bank, said that expanding use of credit is indicated by the fact that loans made by the Omaha Land Bank currently are running more than 50 percent ahead of last year. Loans totaled $51 million for the first three months of the year compared with $33 million in 1964. Despite the rapidly expanding use of credit, Maxwell noted, delinquencies remain at very low levels. Only 27 out of every 1,000 borrowers were behind in payments at the end of March. The Federal Land Bank Associations of Algona and Forest City make long-term loans to farmers in Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago counties. They are entirely owned by the member-borrowers they serve. -Former Sentral Student Named tflurse Of Year JOAN WICHTENDAHL Joan Wichtendahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl, Letts Creek, was chosen Student Practical Nurse of the Year at the school of practical nursing at Mason City. Joan, 18, is a graduate of Sentral high school, Fenton, and began nurses training September, 1964. She will be graduated in August. A supper was given In her honor May 10 and is sponsored by the Mason City unit of licensed practical nurses. SEED CORN AVAILABLE In Stock — Sudex SXJ1 for replanting hay and pasture ground. HOMER MATTHIESEN Fenton, Phone 14 Fenton Council Issues Permits FENTON - Thrfp building permits wc>r* issued by thp Fenton Town Council Monday night during its regular monthly meeting. The Fenton Cooperative Telephone Company received a permit to build an office and dial exchange building. Harry Haase was issued a permit to construct a breezeway enclosure on his home. Lewis Finch received a permit >o build a new house In Fenton. A Class B beer permit was Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank relatives and friends and Rev. A. Vehllng for the visits, cards and flowers while I was at the hospital. Ella Lieb. (35*) FOR A COMPLETE line of new iteel, rods, sheets, angles, flats, channel, I beams, deck plate & pipe, See COOK'S SCRAP IRON and Metal, Algona, Iowa. (32-40*) Issuer! to Bernle's Recreation In Fenton. and lives on a ten acre farm east of West Branch. PRIZE NOVEL Dr. William C. Murray of West Branch won the Meredith Press prize with his novel of Irish life, "Michael Joe". It went on sale in book stores throughout the nation this month. Dr. Murray is professor of English at the State University of Iowa FOR SALE - New 3-bedroon House, ready to occupy, lo 100x126, In LaSalett Village hardwood floots, 1 1/2 baths carpeting to your desire, watei softener, gas heat, bullt-it cabinets, attached garage. Cal 295-SC81 or 295-2619. (33-85. THUR. thru SAT. MAY 13 • 15 ALGONA Nominated For ^ACADEMY AWARDS! •*' •"*' -•; .." •"-:>.>•... . WILL YEAH ERASE A LOVERS LIES.. .Tff£• BLOOD OH HIS FACE...HIS PLEADING EYES? BETTE DAVIS OLIVIA IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8687 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF William A. Barry, Sr. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of April, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bear- Ing date the 28th day of March, 1953, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, E.S provided by law, duly authenticated,,,^ allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 29th day of April 1965. Mary E. Barry Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa McMahon & Cassel Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication llth day of May, 1965 (33-35) DtHAVILLAND JOSEPH GOTTEN MM MM ' swear CHARLOTTE tt-V*RR<M8 ASNO MOOBBHEAO- MART A51TO C6CH KEUAWAY'VICWR BUONO SHOWN AT . I 7:00 AND 9:15 MODERN TILLAGE m at its FINEST! BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS WITH TRUE, ACCURATE 6 OR 9' SPACING! 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