The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 2
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oj^^y-'a .'V»Jr* 1^'M '-*w, •5 V, ft ' T «?vvt >,s*> , 1 .&£>• ',--:,;- £ •;, > -V " . • •"'", ^ : '- :: ' :•'.-T;^-'-K- : -^|!p!^llii|p Upp*r fteft Moln« thurtdtiy, March 19, 1959 ¥ ^ irlAi S.U.I. In Top 100 Scholars » Judv.SPfeffer, daughter ol &r. and Mrs L. I*. Pfrf f fr al<j ,t fr*$hitt«m at the Iowa Uni, Idwa City, was on the honor roll fee the first half year LuDb«r&rt chur-ch. A special fentufc of the Bible OtmfeFemt* will fee ttrti children's Conference tttfeduct&i by Mrs J. 0. Gissektulst. The fcfelWren will have Bible Study t Mission stories, Hannelgraphs, filmstrips, music and play, The nursery will also be staffed for £afeh scssidn. The children's conference will only be for the evening sessions. BtlftNED ' SeV6nfcfeen .month old Willlatti PoweJl of RiceviUe was burned about his legs and hands recently when |ie pulled the'tablecloth was a guest at thfc annual ^matty party held Saturday noon, March H at Memorial Union for honor roll students, 100 guests were present out of a 9000 student body. Invitations hfcVe been received here for the wedding of £>onald Dornbier and Rose Nedved Moni day, March 30. The Carl Froelichs moved .over the weekend into Mrs Theresa Foertsch's house at the southwest corner of Wesley from the Dewcy Wilson house on Main street •Which was bought by and is oc* cupicd by the Kenneth Forburg- ers. They moved from the Ed Hynes house'on Main street that was .bought by Theron Hansons, who have Amoved there. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake and Mr and-Mrs Frank Johnson were Sunday dinner guests at the Halvor Flom home. Weekend guests in the Dr. .Paul Warner home were her parents, Mr and' Mrs William Wall t>f Comfry, Minn, and Mrs Warner's sister, Mrs A. C. Discher and twb children, Diane and Jerry of- Darfur, Minn. Eugene '.' Hanig left ' Sunday morning for Madison, Wis., to attend a Mercury Mechanical school for one • week. He was held up-for some'time at Nora ', Springs due to snow-blocked roads. Mr and Mrs Everett Acker" son, Mr, and Mrs Marvin Aclcer- '-' sori,JMr and Mrs Dennis Long of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson, attended the funeral of Mrs Clarence r Acker, son's, brother, Matt Nemmers 'at Waterloo Saturday' -morning. 1 Due ,to the blizzavd' -the' Clarence Ackersons-did not get home, till Sunday Tiut the other couples brayed tne storm and battled snow; blocked roads and arrived 1 'here at 6 o'clock Saturday night. ,-Methodist Men will meet Mai 1 . , 25 instead of 'the regular date. Methodist will have a family night pot luck supper March 22. *,Mr and*-Mrs Elmer Glawe re>\ turned -recently from 2 weeks vacation afe Harlingen, Texas. * -• ,Mgs L., T. Root, Red Cross "'- .chairman,.'reports $194.92 collect*" ' *e&, lasf week and turned into . headquarters in Algona. Mes- v "' dames Ed Johnson> Hoyt Raney, J. T. Meurer,, Urban Lickteig, Tom Forburger, T. E. Devereaux, i' Don Kraus, Erllng Flom, Norbert \~ - Hilbert, Garel Leek and .Anna Ma'e Hirner, assisted. v" •" Wesley Cemetery Association ^ will hold their annual meeting . Tuesday evening, April 7 at 7:30 l r , 'atHhe Exchange State Bank, .?' - Goofl" Friday services will be •>'<' held' Friday, March 27, in the >.\ '.Evangelical Free church from 1 i/' to 3^o'clock. , ', "Mr "and Mrs Richard Madsen ;V', joined a group of 32 relatives *' " Sunday March 8 at the Paul • Madsen h6me north of Britt, foi V a bir|,h'day party honoring Rich- I'; ', ' r ar4 Madsen and h'is mother, Mx-s r f i"' v Paul.-Mpdsen. |,V-; Mr and Mrs Floyd Dolan, qi '-•'I" .'Alexander, South Dakota, visite'd ',\ • - his mother, Mrs. Ella Dolan, and £, r * 'his sister, Mrs George Vitzthum /'' and family Friday. They were enroute to ^[cGfegor to attend >-. the funeral of her toother. j , •• Mr and Mr? Will Wall of Cpm- ,-/'' iry, Minn, spent the weekend wit!) '"-'', , f their daughter and family, the Dr. V ,'P'aul'Warners.- ' ->.,', ' M/ and', Mrs Don Reiling of f'/' ' Carroll were weekend guests in T'ytlte^Ricb 'R.eiling home. The |'i^ ' -woiJjen are sister? and' the men v 1 " 1 : are^ou^ins." jjf - - , Banns of mamage were pub- x a > li,sh,ej^, for the" first time in St. '!£";' -Joseph's .Qatholic church for Don 3p/ • Dpr^bier, *' gpn <jf ' Mr ^pd Mrs it Clafence Pornbief arid Rpse Ned$ '' 'v^'f daughter 0 | jj r an ^ Mrs v/. 1 Jgrne's Tfedved of Garner. Tliey ii'i 4 "" n wijj'..be -roarped Monday, -Match •&' 30;/ r ,„; 5'i,' • f !The J^ay Mueller family moved >*• - la,tg}y, frp,m a pfeffer farm north *\ ; oJl i .^gley'''tQ Algona. Mr and ^l\ -Mfs^pjl^flpejen of Dows moved %"- > to %f f?mn.' He will "wprk "for t&' '•<;Henry Pfeffer - there; ll-.r/'Mrs'^Grace Martin # Miles, # Tftovt; e?ime last week to visit the • n —on. SimpfonSjJ'Mr ".Simpson •i. •*•; <•• ***' fp j'-'f, •'/ TOdTMrs Cl|re'rice Donovan % \ p| ! ^a?k. !&|)|ds,| 3!^inn t , eeK§«4 guests of **her hep, 'Mrs Hans Engen. Jin ^ * i * fffl •*, 1 f x - t ' off the dining totom table spilling hot -water frottt a hi* lega and hsncU." \\ Council Minutes COUNCfL MfNUttl Tr«s City Council of Aloon* me* AAarch 11, 1959, with Mayor, SHeffc «M »h« follow'ng nwned couneifrtien 0r»*«r»t: Whiftemore, EltwH, Drea*m«n, Person* & Ritharchort. Absent: Muek«y. Ordinance cstnbliihiftg through *ffoot» wai adopted. t * Cify clerk was authorized to advertise for Mle a pcttfon of vacated AcKiey S*re«f. B«»r and Cl&freft* porWIt orartfed re the Wftleome-!nn. • Be»r permit flr«rit*d to tiori, ReeteK* ** *»f, C. sehuftt, swlart low* State Sank, \ WMIQrrtafcfe Vajfftt^- »uf/xifw4t «•**-* Public Works M*tt«lrw, *d ..». ! , L S, Muekey, Plumbing, Mdw. _ |.J(» Traey Office Equtpifent Co., wtrv- , :' -I Ive ..^i u ^.».«-!....*.»*' > 3z,zS McGraw-Hill Poblishinfl Co., ad _ 84.47 Matt PafroH & Sow Co., off tea * 4 ' «uppllei .............—* 1—i 14.96 Blosjom Im. Aoency, Workrwww t , Camp. _...„,.4_Ji* 100.00 Tha American City Mag,, sub* ', «. - iff*« !fl«ft»*Hfii 5oe5rryr~«<J*-- Cify Clark ' «fy, ad .. .'10.00 Wh * r -»2.00 >»» * * t j. ..'.,'., ri, Airwrt norganae, unary »_*,.•.» loi.jj ; Supt, of public Improv, was authorized G. BUrtI*, salary ... 149.86 ' 1 snrftE , . — .«^WM rxfe, salary ».*: t r «1o« ,.., HWf H* &i*tf» W*ta^», fra Statft B*Kk, fty iletk, idyafie . J. FuflR, PfurWb i-it»i"" " ~ MS %. yS$$r, \&.^L.J. -*ljig 5,05 — i-t.- ..*-*»... i./.;.**- « "3,50 aaw&^^MJitefea^ ——^ IliJS 20.00 KING CIL OAK OD PRrCfS Ft)RTHUW..FW..SfiT..MARCH 10-20-21 PUBOHASE MISSION CATSUP addition, g»t 380 extra rtamjw with, that coupons in thl» «d. 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