The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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4-Algonfl thurt|tty, Lone Rock To Hold Pancake Supper, Mar. Lone ftock The American Atf\ft.iX* .&%WV>41L *.!**- «* »».*««» .»•-»•• . Legftm Auxiliary at Lone Rock is sponsoring ft Pancake supper to be Saturday evening, March, 14, in the Legion Hall. Serving will start at 5 p.m. and continue until all are served. The menu will be pancakes, sausages, eggs, jello and homemade cookies. The price is $1 for adults and 50s for children, 12 years and under. Birthday Honors Ralph Thompson was guest ot honor in the Willard Thompson home last Friday evening, that date being his birthday. Other guests were Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonne, Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and children of Bancroft. A belated Birthday dinner given in the Ralph Thompson home Sunday in honor of Mi- Thompson. Those present Were Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family-of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and fam ily of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Wai ter Thompson, Charles and Howard, Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva and Miss Florence Yager of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and family, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and family of Fenton. Home From Soulh Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen returned March 1 from a 6000 mile ,trip that took them into the southern states. On their way they visited at the Kenneth Thomsen home in Creston, la. At Dallas, Texas they spent two days with VerdabeU Thomsen and Ihree days in the I. W. Nelson home in Rockport, Texas. They then went on into Florida and remained there for the rest oi their 5 week vacation. v Vollmeri Housewarming • Tuesday afternoon 10 members of the Idle Hour Club met at the Joe Vollma'r home for a housewarming as they have just moved into their new home that was built recently. 'Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnston of Ledyard have moved into the home vacated by Vollmars. The Club members brought a .pot lunch and Mrs Monday aftfefnbon. ", . Jack Quinh got his hatid caught in the teedmill last Monday and .had five stitches taker* n his finger. Mrs Qiiinn has been quite fll with the flu. Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Art of Fento'n were Sunday dinner quests at the Henry Schroeder iiome, • . :,': ' ' Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyef and family were Sunday dinner guest? at the Art Tieti home in Lakot^ The tf. P. W. will meet this Thursday at the Presbyterian church. It Was postponed because of the srtow storm. Callers at the Frank Flaig home Monday evening was Mrs Earl Ackerman, Mrs Gertrude Ackerman and Mrs C. W, Heerdt of Burt. Mr and Mrs Clarence Schendel of Ames were guests in the Lillie Thompson home Tuesday night and Wednesday. Other dinner guests were Mr and Mrl Walter Thompson, Howard Thompson and Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson. The Lawrence Geitzenauer family were Sunday dinner guests in the John Geitzenauer home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs" Leo Ramus wero Suhday visitors ' at the George Lee home of, Algona. _, Mr and Mrs bave Weber were at New Ulrh, <Minn. on business last week. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Bernard Long of Bancroft drove to Racine, Wis., to attend the funeral of their cousin, .'Hugh Long, who died very suddenly oi a heart attack. On their way home they stopped at Joliet r -111. to visit their sisters, Mrs Verna Lampe and Mrs Robert Blnzen. They returned home Friday. Mrs Delmar Fisher andjNancy were Saturday morning callers Mrs Fisher's mother,/ Mrs Gee, this "GET ACQUAINTED WEEK" even beats leap year. was IS»f5^^1F!«rwlS m to Girls Stafc •- 'ttefi for tne* seieuimm * JB _„ BafiBSoft and'Lttella Sell-* b the Awdiiaty wilt ipoftiior Poppy Poster Contest again year^eolnfnittiels ~—^*-"" ive the arnotfht ef ,-.-. te Red Cross and the Cancer oLtaefteoii hoStegsef Witt* Scott afld Theela Christen* Mr* MeMS Snelf" :?&&&'tfcHritt eatft , ar .here last week with Ms of Wftithifn, Miim,, Wete Iff,Butt ^Onday. , Mr-and Mrs frank fettle*- were ftt- Algona Tuesday and attended ft X&sguft of Women Voters, ffieet* itt£ f Mr Tellies gave a talk on Water Conservation, a f6llow-ut> of other meetings. The .grows feathered at Mrs Lloyd Bohatt* hbri's home. , • ;The Burt Township tiomefliak- effc meeting was held Mar\ 11 With Mrs Paul Weber/Mrs ftay- tnond. Westllng and Mrs tfreji Tigges assisting Hostesses: Mrs Lloyd Schenck gave the lesson •'and Mrs Lois" Brandt, County Farm Bureau Woman's chairman, Was guest speaker. She .showed slides on her trip to Washington, iatetfly. AmiridWafl^..,. from Pott' Slit, Okla; afld Ihe end oi hiarfurtetigh, • -^rJ 1 "^ ,'Mf .a«d;Mrs Hiek t Be6!ift|i „ Whittemore Were Stihday visitofi hfere in the John' Mf artd Mrs d dattghtef were Sunday afternoett .here in th/K, 'D C. 'Methodist Kent and Mary Lee, Lawrence Rath, Mrs Glair Bollinger and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, She received 16p Get Well cards. t , . , , -> , Do/if Forget These Dates f at iviis r laiici o uiwun-i,, .«.>»*. Amanda Peterson at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs James Long, were supper guests at the Leo Ramus home Tuesday night. Mr ftamus had received word Tuesday that his brother Joe and his wife had moved their trailer-house--from Lakeland, Florida to Lornita, California, Their son is in the Vollrnar was surprised. very pleasantly The John Waite family of Fenton were Monday night supper guests at - the Ralph Bierstedt home. ; Mr and, Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt and children and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy visited in the Dale Schroeder help Mrs navy and he will soon be back from Hong Kong, China, to the base at .Long Beach. Mr and Mrs'Erich.Seegebarth were Sunday dinner and.guests in the Arnold GroskreUtz h_ome in Elmore, Minn. Mr and Mrs Alf Krueger'and Kermit Krueger. were dinner guests ' Sunday in the Melvin k Meyer home in' Algona. Mrs Ed McGwire of Algona-was a Sunday,- dinner guest at. the home of Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee. , Mr and Mrs-Mervin Thompson and Mrs Eva Thompson of-Des Moines-were afternoon callers in the L'^A^Newbrough home Sunday. Mr and Mrs- Newbrougn have received word that their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs LaVerne Smith arrived- at Fort Lewis,' Wash, where he ill be stationed. Mr and Mrs Lloyd' Hutchinson Two red letter, tax payment days, 'Tuesday, March 31, and Wednesday, April 15, are rapidly approaching. March 31 is the deadline for payment of at least the first half of all personal property and real estate taxes at the treasurer's Office in the county courthouse here and April 15 is the final day an individual can file a state and federal income tax return for the year 1958. ' Another little item of interest from County Treasurer Rosella Voigt's office is the fact that all motorists who have not purchased new license plates for their car'or trucks will be apprehended and lauled into court after Mar. 15. So if you don't have valid license plates, now .is the time to do something about it. The action will save a fine, court costs and additional penalties. The second half of all persona property and real estate taxes will be due Wednesday, Sept. 30 circles, "will" meet ert. ' meeiing. shall be to engage in the trucking ana Mrs Luther Fairbanks was host- transportation business',' and' In.- Coh- ss to the V.F.W, sewing meeting' —•""" *v.»~%,,uh >,,,t ^tthnnt. umitine 'uesday afternoon.* Burt Library Moving Into V New Quarters Burt closed this The Burt library is i b.d and Mr and Mrs.,Gordon Hutfhin- On Sunday afternoon the -Del- son spent the weekend ^ Chicago mar- Fischer family drove to with Uoyd . Hutchinson s .son, Cedar Falls, to hear the Concert Donald who is employed theie riven by the Choir of the Col- The regular American Legion lege there. Their daughter, Mar- Auxiliary meeting was held m garet is a member of this choir, the Legion Hall, Wednesday, with Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards 19 members present and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rich r esses were Mrs Lois Voettler, Mis ards attended the funeral for the Emma Saxtpn and Mrs Juliana late Floyd Richards at Blue Jackson. / '-,_._. , Earth last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Visitors in the Ornie Behrends Faye Richards from Princeton, home .Sunday evening were Mr Some '4QOO week books for moving were moved r aye iviuiieii wo*i * *A***,*,vw*., . ^,i v — "j 111. who came to the funeral of and Mrs.Jim Long and his brother, visited from Thurs-lMrs Joe Culbertson of day until Monday at the M. O. Richards home. Lone Rock. Mrs Lucille Behrqnds-of -Bur-t 7 meeting. .his year. C-f course, persons,who pay their entire tax bill by/thfe end 6f March will have ho bal- program. ance due in the fall, . , ' '™ ~ Three-quarters of .one' percent per month penalty' is added to al] personal and real estate taxes that go unpaid* after the first half deadline. It -gets "tougher after the second half due date passes. All who haven't 'paid are then advertised' in the delinquint tax list which 'is published about the middle of Novaniber. A tax sale' to raise the amount due on real estate taxes is held the. first Monday in December and distress warrants are issued on property taxes 10 days ' after ; publication , of the delinquint list, ' ' ' • With taxes a major item, for everyone during the first three or four months each year, it is easy to overlook one or two unless persons are reminded of the "deadlines from time to time. ATJ.C lfll\JU*0 V *•**. »* *%*«P* [ " mfim. .--—— — March 18 as follows: Lilly—Lulu Hawcott 'and Genevieve Spry, hostesses; devotions—Marie Far- sbns; Irma Doege—special number. Tulip—Alice .Cole, hostess; devotions—Edith Chipman; Rose •Beula pavis and Mable Camp- «ey' hostesses; special number hy Leona Lovstad and'Ella Sigsbee. The Birthday Circle will meet Mar. 12 with Irma Doege. Three birthdays will be observed <and Bertha Mansmith will have the •UIWIIAA .oAAiwueuao,-iiWAJ.n»Q*t It and Mi* Phil tiangleslf «..Jty 'Wefe Sunday -"" visitors 'm/the ' Luke bottle, at Butti / , • ', , \" %" - t Mf attd'Mrs George Bokmahn returned to their home, at,Alta Vista on Tuesday after, d Week spent here ylsiting' relatives .and friends, Ori their return' home they were accompanied by f foul 1 of their grandchildren' who 'ate to-remain until the addition -and remodeling of theh\home is com 4 pleted. They are the youngeaf children of Mr and Mrs Raphael v .^8ffifc^;MK*2S$ fam*p#*.3tf& atf-tfflfgira ild tut in cash* at not less, man t tnc ,10 wr^^ P«?ferty _;&£flfovtdfd V dL^^lBS fc* h shlifVvt*^:i .WrftWHafed ttr rft £^/*t7rfy awiaal mefeting'oTSecjii Vfteettng called tat that Purpose, ^/k IB, offieeHr,,,shall be L. W,,, Sfnlth * Mr"'and Mrs-George, BormaiirJ of Alta, Vista were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr and MrS George- Wagner. The Bof* maiins formerly were neighbors'of the Wagners before moving • to Alta Vista. , v '' *Mfl eif, Sf ., -T. McAlWrus and L. . WeSfe eflicers. amd • directors', hOW ; odJce Until- the' tteXt anntiM lflgv,wMlch shall b« held on the . 'directors' ffieetlnr on the .same date, ' The private, property of the stock* holders shall be foVevef ; exetwpt. from thfe corporate, debts and liabilities , ' ,, •' l )) !"• W >" WESTERN LIVESTO NOTICE OI»;SALfe 6P . SCHOOL BUILDINGS Bbard 'of Difectort bl Senttal NOTICE OF , INCORPORATION Notice Is hereby given that 1 there has JYl 1 .LNUL1UG ID I1C1CUJ 1 E*VC1» I.A1C1K hll^AU J.ABU TTnrtniffhtlv club will meet been Incorporated under the.Jaws .of rprinignuy »-JL u " V_"t "..? Trt«/a a rnrnrtrflHnn Uhdef the h^me of */r Tn u 1? -IS iSL w r cJrViwtP? towS a corpSration Under the fiime;Sf March 13 with Mrs E. C. Schwiet- WESTERN LIVESTOCK EXPRESS, and' , Jts principal place of business Is. in • , Community • SchooL ^District Will sell ot cash in, the- gy schobl' Gliding l . s prncpa pae . The Burt V.F.W. will have el- Algeria, Kossuth County,', Iowa. { •*• *?«« nf nffippr* at thp March T he general nature of 'the business ln OI OlllCerS al tne mdll,u to be transacted by this corporation shall be to engage in the trucking and 138 At St. Joe Card Party, 3rd ;VlT M d,CrIC5 ( I £jj"jjj.i 0n " "• "—r" ;-; ;,%' . 'St. Joe - The third of a seriea | '. To^cquir^own,, .ttse^convey ^nd^ of. card parties in St. Joseph's *»T^1< 13 — — .- 1 <1 O M nn**i1 n i v» « 4 4-Vi*•*"/•! _ . Hall drew 138 people in attendance. Prizes were awarded to Mrs John Capesius and Ph'il icriaras ni>me. .«»»- —„.,....« — ,-.____ • . On Tuesday of last week Har- has recently returned from the old Gerald, Bob and Delmar Spirit Lake hospital where she Angus and Mrs Lawrence Ditt- was a patient for three days, mer all attended the funeral of Mr and'Mrs Harvey Larson and the late Floyd Richards of Blue Linda were Sunday dinner guests Earth. in tne Ed Larson home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and Recent callers at the Dale Sch- John were dinner guests at the roeder home to visit Mrs Emma Clarence Hovey home of Arm- Hurlburt who is convalescing strong Sunday were Mrs Ray .Uthof. and children Mr and Mrs Ray Black were of Fenton, Mrs Willis Cotton and callers at the Herman Kramer Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and home Tuesday evening. • Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy, Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt attended the funeral of Russell and children, Rachael and Mary from Bradgate last' Hurlburt, Mrs Milton Madison, Monday. The old book cases anc shelves will be refinished and opening day of the new building will be held in April. The library was started in 1925. Mrs A. H Meinzer is chairman t of the lib rary board and others are Gene vieve Graham, Elsie L'ockwood Beth Miller, Benita Mitchell, Le fie McMullen, Ruth Alice Patterson, Helen Smith and Phebe Thompson. Many Hospitalized Steve Bolie, eight year old son of the Kenneth Bolies of Emmetsburg, -formerly of Burt, has been a patient in the Emmetsburg hospital following an appendectomy last week.' • Neil Rudnick, Cylinder.-nephew of Mrs B. E. Miller, is a'patient in the Emmetsburg hospital fol- Mrs.O. A. Carnpney is now at lome following surgery at Iowa City. Her sister, Mrs Alta Froh of Fort Dodge,. spent sqme time with the Campneys. The Lion's club meeting Marc! 16 will feature dinner-served bj BeUIah "Bullock, Stella- Geesman Gra,ce Trenary and Wilma Fair banks, Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcot and daughter Shela returned from Rochester Saturday. Mr and Mrs K. J. .Smith are at home after spending -some time in Hot Springs, Arkansas." Mr and Mrs Glenn Rariey, Algona called on R. L,"MoOres Sunday afternoon. • ' * -Mr and Mrs, C. W. Hamand of Sac City were - weekend guests at. the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier. Mr and Mrs• David' D.. Miller and baby spent.Sunday afternoon with, the Herman 'Harms near W.est Bend. * • • Sharon Tellier, daughter pf Mr and Mrs Frank .Tellier, : is ..em- Dangleser for high, second high to Mrs Mary Reding and Wilfred Kohlhaas. Mrs Frank Reding received the plate prize. „ , On Sunday evening, March 22, the last of the series of parties will.fbe 'held-with Mrs Richard ThuV Mrs Nick B'ormann and Elizabeth Berte 'and their r coni- mi'tlee in'charge of'arrangements.- K.C. Guest Night " . '. The- -Knight's of Columbus, St. I the generality thereof: -To engage in the transportation of livestock and other commodities, ; and to purchase, own, lease, deal in and dispose of trucks and mot--' or transports and other vehicles and'/equipment, • andVdo' every -act\v or-thing incidental to 5 or growing;;, out of said business,, {.•>?, ; • .,ot,'5,f< ,To engage In'' the ^buying, selllttg,;.•, leasing arid marketing of-and', deal-tin other , merchandise, and other * 'properly' of every nature and •pit-" "" iOc»v<vi*•**•*•*"• ** *» *•» *«»j»rf» «,**«». — ^ otherwise' dispose of-and.'deal ^. t real property or any Interest 1 there- •,,, in, and to erect, own, ^operate. ,',«manage,'use or lease-any building *• or other .structure located, on'real', property owned or leased .by ,thej*i, corporation, ' To issue or exchange stocks, •bonds and other obligations in payment for property purchased or acquired by it, or for any other object in or about its business, to borrow money without limit, to mortgage or pledge its franchises, real or personal property, income, and profits '• accruing to it, any ' stocks, bonds, or other obligations,., or .any. property which may be "a'c'qu'ired -T>y it,- to execute,. accept,, endorse and. deliver, as evidence of such borrowing, all kinds of securities, and .-•To engage in the foregoing bus- UAf "A^AOliJ. AWlo >***.», •f —-- vmnasium of the high located between. Fen- tdii" "and' tone .Rock. Iowa,, at 8:00 o'clottk KM., April 8,* 1659. two frame school buildings with, dimensions of 26' by, 30', located respectively, on the school'premises ^af Seneca and Fenton, -Kossuth County; Wwa. >r ,. r Sealed bids accompanied, by a .check,Sentral Community. School district 'in the artiount of 25% of said bid -wUl-be accepted until 8:00 o'cloek p..M:,-on-April'6, 1950, at the offide of! the secretary of,,the aforesaid school district, . located In- the , high school building, with bid blanks now available at the office- of said secretary.. P At'8:00 o'clock P.M., on April 6, 1959. in-the.'gymnasium-of the high school building, the two frame school houses will' be offered, separately on open bidding and after .the r completion of, such open bidding, the sealed bids,on file * will be ' Opened' -and- each-of-. the ,two, properties sold to the highest waif, slitlerrilnt vtoibe-;niafeon. a6ceptan'c!e; Wf;sbid^with\th e viitovlsot>ttot; each p£- uu^o^w". 'These days When you "talk' ierms on a cat Ihe salesman, always geehifi io.fig- ute'in, the insurance. Is, it all right to get the insurance thai way? , ANSWfiR: It could'be, of course. Bui youir own common sense should tell you it's Wise to buy any form of insurance through someone '•' who is a< totofessional insurance agent and makes a career Of that business. , '', • * r f > ' * If t* * • if you'll address'your pWn insurance questions to this/ Office, we'll try to give you. the correct answers and therej.yrill be rio charga or obligation of d by^Order^of, the, Board\of Vegetable Relish, Plate ' lowing an- appendectomy. Fred Lavrenz came home from Iowa City Sunday. He underwent surgery in University hospital and ft improving. Mrs Lavrenz, who was at the hospital for an eye check-up, is also improving. .Mrs Raymond Vogel, a patient in Rochester the past two weeks is "to return home soon. She hac surgery there. U-lAVl ****(3 ^ A V****V , <b V»k*-&%«4. J ^ *U ,, •**»»* ployed in Denver, Colorado, by j the Krick Weather Forecasting Company. ,. •. ; The U. P. W. meeting will be held at the church Mar. 18.,Mrs. W. W. Boettcher will have devotions and following the business meeting, the program of special music, a film on the First Easter and Easter meditations will be given. Hostesses are, Mrs" E. A. Junkermeier; Neoma Junkermeier,' Mrs Harold 'Becker and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf. The Burt Woman's ,Club meeting will be held March -16 .with Mrs Dean Andrews,' Mrs Clapsaddle assisting. The March 2 meeting Was held with Genevieve Graham, Beula 'Bullock assisting. Nothing Compliments A Lovely Face So Much As A Lovely Hat From The Elite Hat Shop ! Our New Hats are a Spring Garden of vivid colors. There are Flirty Pinks, Buttercup Yellows, Rose Reds, Uafy Greens, Hyacinth Blues, and more, They are shown with Posies, Perky Bow* fHMJrV^lfp'e of Veiling on Crisp Straws, they've, never been more charming, more eye-appealing, Come in soon and on! , . e Elite Hat Shop 804 E. §tote ., , „ ',."!, ? Y f ' ' *-..•."_*We Are Pleased To Announce ie r AS EXECUTIVE REPRESENTATIVE teslie Larson Ringsted, Iowa MINNEAPOLIS ASSOCIATES, INC. ANNOUNCE The Appointment of Leslie Larson as Executive .Representative in Fairmont', Minn., Ringsted, Estherville^ ^Armstrong,' Algona and Surrounding Area. With tnis Association Mr Larson is Now Able, to Offer 73 Different Mutual Funds,In addition to the three he has been Representing. , He will also'be in a position to handle single package stock transactions through us, or to procure such in- foVrnfttion as you might be interestecj in haying in connection with Mutual Fund or Sto^k Investments, Heiy^'i)l*'cl/8o' h°ve pther securities t[o Offer, ,a$ r well as b^nsjfjn, a position to assist, with Estate Planning As, It^orjcerns security investments. '•C.'*" , , , • • ». Mr Larson will continue to live in Ringstsd, Iowa, \ *,» - • , < , .. "', FOR FULL INFORMATION ON ANY ONE OF 73 MUTUAL ; FUNDS WUNYItE YOU tO^CpNfAtf MR. LARSON, HISJ |H0Np IS ypl«ii|e<sr 6-0648, RinpstM* >W«^

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