The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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^pr^vrr. -I ' j (Id.) Upp«r D*» Motn* thufttfoy, Marth 5, 1959 -X 1-' u. $100 At Ledyard \ *>,•', > For A New fond Shell . tftdyard — Tuesday evening the Ledyard Community club sponsored a program at the sn&ool with the Mason City Bar* ^r shap fclhorUs as entertainers, Up o! 40 tnen and with three of fotif named Barbershop quartets, S|tonsoi?ed by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce. They gave a very fine program, : r*>)\, I:''/ f" h':' LET'S GET AGQUAINTED Beecher Lane Marten* Schimm&l Ralph Stalzer GREETINGS TO ALL NEWCOMERS! In case you don't know the f frit ^person pictured "above, he's the *'boss" at the house 6f; >/ We»tlnfjhou$e Vnd Frlgl- daire'VMarlene is bookkeeper-arid tales' tlerk and Ralph is In charge of TV and Radio ?epiiilr X (terVlce. ,Wei .welcome the opportunity of > meeting all new|6mera 'in this area. The door is always open to you .to cohie In,and '-'get acquainted"! ; '' <'' v - -' "'* - >•'''-* - - ' '• » r WELCOME •H CLUBS! It's a i pleaium ,'• to cxt«nd a wtleoitie-' to the 4-H ^oys And glrli who will b« in Algona Sahirday. Pictured at rljfht Is Mar-* Jana'^Uimpc off Burt, v, p., of the PORTLAND PENNIES. Marcla Shipjer 'of |urf Is president (Her pie-' hire was not avallablo). r Corn* In* and see their' club' djiplay Saturday!) APPLIANCES t 1 ' 4 "WIUDEST fRADE-^INhlTOWN" * i), A^Tf? f'-M UTS WITH THE FOLKS AT BJUSTROM'S <,,,,-. -. ( , ^J"-</i' {•?$ • •; , P '- •• . . '•«! raine ' enjoyed by & very large and appreciative audience. The funds raided ar« to fee tited by, the Community club for itte crectJoti of a Band Shfell. FoUomrin^ th6 program the men served lunches In the lunch room and tho Mason City tneft enteftalnfed there also. The Community club had been divided mto groups to promote this project with Bernard Reilly and John Kramwsmeier as Captains. The side which sold the most tickets will be entertained at ah oyster supper by the losers. Around $300 was raised by the group. win* Church Honor* Of special interest to the many friends of the EeV. Gilbert M Beenken comes the announcement that he and his church the Oliver Presbyterian Church of Minneapolis, Minn, are the winners of the Grand awards in the 6th International Sunday School attendance contest. Rev. Bccnken is the son of 'Mrs Warner Beehken of Buffalo Center and the late Warner Been- kem The family lived in the Ledyard Community until recent years ahd Gilbert is a.grad"- ua-te of the Ledyard high school Me has a brother still in the community, Orville Beenken. As a result of the contest award Rev. Beenken will go ort a 29 day trip to the Holy Land and Europe and ho will spend Christmas in Bethlehem. Mrs Hazel Carpenter entertain ed Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, Mrs Lilian Brack, Marvel Halvorson, Janet Johnson, and Mrs Jeanetti ! Meyers at dinner on Friday, in [honor of Mrs Meyers who has resigned her position as bookkeeper | at the Carpenter Hardware aftei 7 years of service. , Saturday Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah went to Minneapolis to meet their son Patrick who came by plane from Forl Lewis, Washington where he was recently - released from militarj sfei'vice.' NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION ' PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby glvfert to the qualified voters of the Consolidated Ihdopondent School District o£ Lakotii in the County o£ Kossuth, State o) Iowa, that a special election has Veen called and ordered to bo held in ,ari< for said School District on the 3rd dfty of April, 1980, whereat there wil be submitted to the Voters of said Consolidated Independent School DIs trict of Lakota, to be by them voted pon, the following proposition, to wit: •"Shall the Board of Directors of the Consolidated Independent ffchool District of Lakota, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, issue bonds in the amount •; oC $50,000 (in addition to the bonds L, <!,„ ^v,,^,,,^ f, P $250,000 heretofore approved by the voters of sajd _ ,. uu i uisiuct lor a similar purpose at the special school election held in said - School District > on • bepjember B, 1058) for the purpose of constructing and equipping 'a« new' high 'School building and pro- f curing a site therefor in and for said School District?" , . The polls for said election win be jpen from twelve o'clock noon ( until even o'clock P.M. of said day and .for ptrt rlectloh" the whole of said Con- olldated Independent School District .Frank Moulton "Jackie" Kelley* ,/; ,'Jim Burns Spring is*iiist around the corner arid the March moving date .has passed. That, means many, of, you will be needing new household furnishings. The three folks 'pictured above are always on hand at Bjustrom's fp help you with your so- lections in furniture, carpeting, draperies, mirrors and luggage. Stop jn and say hello;, Oops, we almost forgot, tha boss Roy Bjystrorn is still in the sunny South so we couldn't ,j»ic;ture/him. But we know he'd want, to,,*ay hello too dur- ^ing '^Get, Acquainted Days" in .^§V^»^ ' > ; ' WELCOME f 6 THE ' ' *''" of/ LaHote ..has,-b.een . and.; Wjll^constitute uone ;voting < pre- inct and the polling place therefor ill be at the Lakota City Hall lo- ated In the Town of Lakota, Ledyard Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qual- fled -voters of said School District ue neruDy notified to appear. This notice is given- by order of 4 the Board of Directors of the Consolidated independent School District of Lakota lursuant to the provisions of Chapter 90, Code of Iowa, 1958. and to ta ufflclent petition with the requisite ignatures in accordance therewith and ns ordered by a resolution adopted by: ho Board of Directors on the 2nd day of March, 1959. Dated at Lakota, Iowa, this 2nd 3ay of March, 1959. /S/ Margie Richardson . , Secretary, Board of Directors •The following |>fiftd pu&ilt _rs Charley Faugust W«|t, t« JReJwood Palls, MIftft. oil daf to take piari in tHe Vtu*i<s Teachers Assoeiallott eott»i csl; Jane Egcsdal, Diane watey- house, Monica Munyef, Ann Carpenter, Phyllis WAllentitte an<J •!1Jsw0.tth Duttoii. They Were &&•* eompanled by Mr and Mfj Waterhousc, Dulton and Carpenter- Mr and Mrs Fr&d Ml- and Mrs E. A No Contests In School Elections Three members d! the 'AlfofUi Community School District board of directors ahd two members* 1 ^ the county board of educatlbn will be unopposed when voters go to the polls in this area hftfct Monday, Mar. 9. Petitions were filed before the deadline last Friday noon, Feb. 27, for Eugene Hutchins and Elobert Deal, present b&ard mem* bers, and Eugene Sehemel, present treasurer of the lofcal school district. Hutchins and Deal are candidates for three-year terms and Sehemel is candidate for-fl two-year term! * f, Clifford Krantz, Titonka, and Wes Bartlett, Algona, are candidates for reelection to the county board of education. Kran-j tz is from area one, and Bartlett^ is from area three. Papers were Bled .for both before the dead-i. line Feb., 17. v '' Other members of the county; board are Art Pricbe, Lone Rock? Wayne Smith, West,Bend; ahd Ted Wallentine, Lakota. * Good Luck, r ,, -f The dorwIth'Wesifej? gfrls ketball team will be out to the state's top team. West Central of Maynaro*, ift the first iwiftd ol the state tottffiairtent in Veteran's Auditorium at Des Moihes hexl Tuesday, Mar. 10, at 7:30 t>,im. Coach Charlie HigA's team stag-; fid & cftfne-froWl*oehIft3 Will twst 1 ' Albert Cit^Tfuesdale, 64*40, at Pocahontts Friday nighl /'Tht win gave ComJth»wesiey g 24*1 season mark, Mayflafd tnovel into the state touttiey With a S4 game winning streak itttaet, 1 " Linda and Pat Nail and Mary Will hit from all angles during the final period as the Corwith* Wesley crew put on the pressure to take the contest. The other teams from this area; Titofika and Whlttemare, fell in semifinal action at Spencer, George knocked Titonka out, 6980, and Lake- Park 1 downed Whittemore in an overtime contest. Titonka grabbed the consolation title with a 72-S2 verdict over Whittemore. Titonka wound up with an 18-4 season mark, again one. of the .top records ih this area. Atftfpie ., „,>.* '' u " «T,j , .,' ,' .„;£.• f^Ztfif-* due, Bill f'km and Mr* D ';a«rii Titonka Host To Music Festival Lakota — The State Line Conference music festival was held Tuesday, March 3, at the Titonka High School. .During the morn-; ing and early afternoon the ten schbols, Swea City, Ledyard,' Sentral, Ringstedj Thompson, 1 Lakota, Burt, Rake, Armstrong and Titonka each played several numbers, directed by the critic judge, who 'gave them , constructive criticisms and helps. In the af: tcrnoon the massed band and the select band rehearsed and at 7:30 in the evening a concert was pr sensed by these.two bands. This festival always proves to be good and was again a colorful sight. Car, Demolished Wendell Steven, formerly oi the UDM printing , department? now attending linotype school aj Iowa City, was in a car acciden Sunday evening. ' Wendell spen the weekend with his wife whi livos at Lone Rock and was; i passenger, 'in a car with tw^ other jst'uctents. v The'; car was |: complete loss after a head-oi; collision. Wendell 'escaped witt minor scratches. bo Here 'Come Cookies! ' Algona 1 'Girls Scouts' will 'joining \with ';Scouts all over th£ .nation in observing their week March 7 thrbtigh:Marclr 12, Girl Scout week wfO. find 180 Brownies with 389 cases of cookies to &ell. Money - raised from the cookie sale goes directly to the local -Brownie, troops.' treasuries •People get the, most kick oul 9-To-ii-l2 of life who do the least kicking. rss/^ASMtmy/M'//Mr/'//M 1 ^^ DAY, SAT., Prairie ] , be in rne to this | in Presidents Doris Ann Kohlhaas Vica President: Ruth v Ann Klein This Group Will Be Represented In Our Store On Saturday. 214 E. State til --- -^ ,ywo OH Men "afld Mrs Meta Vigdal Burial Monday Funeral services for Mrs Meta Vigdal, -62, longtime resident of his county, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran church here with? Rev. O. J. C. Gerike Officiating. Burial Was at Sastlawn Memorial Gardens and McCullough's Funeral Chapel was n charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Lawrence and larlan Mueller, Elmer Bunkofske, -larold Wolter, Melvin Hagg and fohn Groen. Meta, Wilhelmena Wolter,' daughter 'of August and Malvina Wolter, was born Nov. 29, 1896, at Fairville. She was married to, irl Vigdal at Lotts Creek July, 8, 1915 and lived during recent years in a home at 116 West tforth street. Mr,Vigdal preceded his wife in death Jan. 4, 1958. Three sons, Raymond > and Evert Vigdal, Algona; and Lorenz Vigdal, Whittemore; a daughter, Madelia (Mrs; Melvin Walker): Algona; four sisters, Mrs Fred Bierstedt, Whittemore; Mrs > Ernest Miller, Fenton; Mrs Louise Krueger, Fairmont, Minn.; ahd Mrs Herman Bunkofske, Corydon;, Alfred Wolter. Tacoma, Wash.;' and 12 grandchildren survive. Mrs Vigdal died Thursday night at St. Ann hospital here. She had been hospitalized since Feb. 2. 2, Bancroft, Hurt Misbach was,, named to the,Ja part' comtHl^]6H''lirtd ; Bi? the board of adjustment, Annual reports 'of'the zdhi and planning commission and, A, gona municipal utilities we're,read and approved. . A service agreement Arwell, Inc. of Clear Lake control of rats and mice;at. the eity dumy was signed,; 1 Th£ etttH iract is for^'the nekt .12- iribnths. The firm'uses a titiick'kill hi on rodents that .might not fit - household pets that frequent the . dump, AH .„ area,,-citizen's should ke^p sufch-peii aWay 1 froftl the local dump, which will b'e treated bV' 1 - Arwell •ea'cjv mbntfi. ._',_'>_>_'»'•! Iftt^f,•,-,,• .'-.t'-i Mrs Reibsamen Biirial, fi^fkir j Fun&ral services for.'a'iormer Titonka '- resident,», MM.!,.Vance* Reibsamen, 48, Farmingtoh, We.r^ leld Wednesday afterrfobn at. the < Titonka -Methodist ch^ch; - ;Rev Falls On Ice Bancroft — Two, Bancroft residents were injured last week in falls on the' ice, one more seriously than, at first believed: the second less seriously/ • Arthur Weber underwent major surgery at Hoehester, -where he was taken after a fall earlier. The injuries were not originally believed to be serious, but such was not the case. He will*be in the hospital several weeks. Edward Rahe, 17, son of Mr'and Mrs Al Rahe, is recuperating Crom, injuries received when he slipped on 'icy steps at a 'Bancroft gas station. He was hospitalized at.Estherville but x-rays >howed no broken bones', but 'a bad pelvic bruise. LuVERNE .... ; , , HERE ON SAT./AAARCH 7 • . <l/;'» '."„ ^ v President;- Nancy Chambers 1 1 ; y ?(Piciured),; ;,./;• Vice Pres.: •' Donna * Trehiry SPECIAL I »!^^ A H E A RT'Y ELCOME To All 4-H Groups In Algona Qn 4-H Day SATURDAY, MARCH 7 BUSCKER BROS, IMPLEMENT 1 *'qprn>he31er Headquarters Of " Burt's Wew Town Hall Completed The' key 'to the new Burt town hall was officially presented tc the -town council by the architects last week. 4 The building now is open, for occupancy although contractors have another 30 dajfs to complete details of construction. . Open house is scheduled for April 1, Furnishing for4he hall has been made a community project. The Lions Club, VFW, L'egion'and firemen are cooperating. George Becker is in charge of fund raising. No date has been se,t for the basketball spectacle, bvit it is planned for sometime in later March. t Reg..54c BAKE SHOP COMPANY ON 4-H DAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 7 I ' President: L'eRoy Davis (High!) Vice. Pres.: Ronald Cherland( Left) WAGON BUYS! A Renl Wind Of March Value! Choose from the ^Finest Selection of Used Station Wagons we've had for the,Past Several-Years!. 1958 FORD 4 door Ranch Wagon, Radio, New Tires. In perfect mechanical condition. < '.' v >• - ' . .', •' t 1957 CHEVROLET,^ 10, 4 door V-8 Station Wagon, Power- ; glide, Radio, White Walls, E-Z Eye Glass. 19J57 CHEVROLET 210,, 4:door V-8 Station Wagon, Po'wer- . glide, Radio, New Tires, 31,000 Miles. , 1,956 P r ONTIAC V-8, rJine : P^enger Station Wagon, Hydra- rnatic Transmission,'Radio. ' Kossuth 108 South Hall Street Algona, Iowa Let's Get Acquainted Amie Ritklefs Ricklefs Insurance State & Thorinaton St, it's t|me to get Acquainted, folks; -nd pj?o tyine'to plan your Insur- 7 nee i>rc-i)tran> fqr the future, 'We handle ell lines of insurance and guarantee the jjest of claim service, f . Adolph Oakland Owner & Plumber Evelyn Oalcland "Bookkeeper Electric Sewer- Rocter Seryice. P!«s KobJer and Crane /.fixtures, Bruner Spft- er$ . ^nid. Filters, - "" Rhoem Woter Heat- , Is Our Motto. FWWmr ; ' ,**'., ' i* #• »!.'.' >^'< •j; < :- 1 - , „ '* •' .^Ny>-' <...},• s l , V*"' 1 -*' , H. "' , <•

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