The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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V '•••' I 1 . •' .ijjfe- --if. w: *• '4t.ll t I Craig Bianchard To lays State . Lone Rosk — son of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard, Lone Rock, has been chosen to represent the Legion Post of Lone Rock at Boy's Slate. Craig is a member of the Sentral Student Council, He was a member of the basketball sqUad and played shortstop on the base* ball team' which recently won the , sectional tournament. . This past February he was one of the three students to be chosen" lor the Northwest Iowa Bandmaster's Select Band which played a concert at Cherokee. He is a member of ^a cornet trio which has received Division 1 rating for three straight years. His vocal musifc activities include the boys' Quartette, Mixed chorus .'. and Boys' Glee Club. • . Craig is, also an active member ..'"of thfe Lone Rock Presbyterian 'church. "(UDM engraving) Otrock gkogerfxte Ino 1 td thlke the acquaintance ot the he# grandson. * Ernest Meyer was honored Tuesday evening on his birthday when friends visited Mr and Mrs Meyer. They were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Oberhelman and girls, Mr and Mrs Henry Pergande. LuVeme, Mr and Mrs Cart Brown and Wilrna of St. Benedict and Mrs Bertha Pauling of Lart•a?ter, Calif. . Arlie Goetsch celebrated hia birthday Thursday evening when elatives came to the home of his mother, Mrs Anna Goetsch. Present were Mr and Mrs Carl Goet- =ch of Algona, Mr and Mrs Geo. Kraft, Georgianne and Richard, Mr and Mrs Ronald Kraft, all of Kanawha, Mrs Howard Me- Crady of Livermore, Alfred Smith, Mr and Mrs William GOet-- s?ch of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Harold Trauger, his brother, Mr and Mrs James TraU- ger and their families drove to Rothville, Mo., Sunday and visited their brother, Mr and Mr? Merlin Trauger and children., Joseph Norcross received news of the death of his brother, Clarence H. Norcross ' at Mason City. -Mr Norcross,; 56, dietfcsttdt. denly from a heart" attack Saturday nooh. . Mr and Mrs. Edwin Hunt arts parents of ' 'their , first child, a seven pound, h ,tHfee ounce son, Brian Frances, bom' Monday May 11, in the Belmond'hdspital; Mrs Hunt, 'the former Jnqn Krause. is the, daughter. of Mrs Anna Krause and the late Francis Krause. ,.,.-* !§chfadet*« home on June 13. < Receiving lids On County Tiling Sealed bids on & 3,120 foot county tiling ptojeei in Spring field township are being received now in the office t of County Drainage Clerk Carl, Pearson at the courthouse. Bids will be received until 2 p.m. May 20 when thfc contract will be 1st. Included in the job arc l.flOO feet of 12-ineh tile and 1.320 font of eighi-inch tile. The project in to begin June 3 and will be completed July 17. Specifications NEWS and other information cnn he obtained from JPearson or G. D. Hart, Bancroft, engineer in charge of the project. , NOftCfc TO COMTRACTOH8 Of, f tmt»SHiN<3 ANt> LAYING TILE Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 o'cltk-k P.M., 4vtay 26, 195D, nt the Kossuih County Court Hou*c, Algona. towa, nt which time and place the Kossuih County Board of Supervisors, icfln* tor and on. behalf ot Drainage ni<,[»i P » v n tli, will tnR"t for the pur- pdsc ot lotting a contract for the furnishing, laying-and baeWtulng 1800' — U" trie and 1320' — 8" tile. The coinrncnccmont • date Is June 3. 1050 and completion date is'July 17, 1059. Bids will ba received on the entire Work and each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid . a certified check on and certified by a bank in Ipwa. payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or his ofder in an amount! to 10%',. ot 'the bid. The right i'feS at the atftttwu*] twcwr jtews, w .tofW, ',a» \ifftmt j— c. S. , -----(Published the Algtma < _ y 14 & Stoj COMMERCE ________ TO THE CITIZENS OP W KOSSOTH. WEBSTEft EMMET, H AND HAUCOCK " TIESSJOWA. ._ Notice i* hereby glv>n that fcaftwa* Express Agettoy, Inc,, N«w YoMt» New York has made appUcAMott" W the ittrft State Commerce ComrhissHbri under authority of Chapter, 326, Code'1MB, for a Certificate ot. Convenience ana .Necessity to operate as a motor carrier **' tnwa wrnstate inHpHt Moving w express service on Railway/ Express i, ,,i.i« between the North line ot the Stale of Iowa, Lake Mills, Forest City, Thompson, Buffalo Center, Lakbta, Swc. Ci'.y, Armstrong, Bancroft, At tona, Htimboldt, Badge*, 5 'Port Dodge Hi-mboldt, Livermore, LuVerne, Cfrf* with, Britt, Forest City, Leland, L&ke Hills and the North,line ,o£ the State b£ Iowa. ' ' Tlw Commission fixed Wednesday, .Tune 17. 19S». ten- (10:00) O'clock a.m., nt the office of thg Kossuth Coilnljc Auditor, Algona, Iowa, as time and j)lm;p for public hearing ort the above docketed application. , , ' > Iowa State Commerce Commission Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Flflrnn'-a J, Martin, Commissioner Roy H. Thompson, Commissioner Attest; Geo. L, McCaughan, Secretary Dated at DCS Moines, Iowa, April 23, ll/5'J. .. . . Docket No. H-4707. , ,. •(Published May 14 and May 21, 1080, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper Bed Moines). ' . '• • • Weekend guests in the homo ofSupt. and Mrs B.E.Martin were -their sons, Mr and Mrs Larry Martin of Newell and Ronald. Martin of North'English iMr and. Mrs 'Eli Baser,left ' J Sunday Tfqr, Grandby, Colo., to :''visitstheir 'sbn Elrrier Eager. ,1 **< '-'Mrs Clara Baumgartner and .her sister,* Mrs Fred Baumgartner, . attended the funeral of Fred , Bradley on' Emmetsburg. Satur-r day afternoon. • 1 -/" f Mr 'and Mrs- Henry Kubly .visited .Monday and- Tuesday , ': with their granddaughter, 'Mr,, and-Mrs' Judean' .Weltha and. ; children ,';in Randall. • • Mrs G'.' 1 M.-WJ11 went to Eldorp \to visit,.in; the home, of her son-. •*"'n-law and daughtjer^Mr and Mrs^ Burt Blue Birds May 4-H. meeting of, the 1 Burt Blue Birds was^lield^at the-home of Shela Hawcott,, May 8i s -They; chose .the. following*committeesr, Donna Schr^dTer, Maureen.-. O'Brien and Patricia !S.cliwietert', to, make name cards ;fpr, Rally Dky; JoAnn Ackerman, Judy Spry, and' Shela Hawcott ^toYhiake the poster. Frances': ftWDonald ...and Maureen O'Brien': w.erd chosen'to recite the Country {'Girl's Creed; Talks were givem.<.by Judy Spry:,and Judith Cherl'and. Visit- ^ng gu,eSt-was Mrs Spry. The next. meeliri^ '\yill,, be^held, at; /Dgnna : ' 'OVER- .. • •-•' soo,'..; '• PEOPtE EAT AT THE , 'ALGONA- HOTI '/COFFEE : SHOP . EACH OAYJ • • • P WHY DOHT YQU? PROTIEpT YOUR CROP: INCOME "*,£ A siiBden'Jh'a}l 1 ,sto.rm can destroy your crops. Protect your :r iricbrrie;,>yith low. cost, dependable Banners Mutual , Hail Insurance. Contac£,your local agent or write today. Bohannon Insurance Service I No. Dodge ALGONA ; .CY 4-4443 HOME OFFICEt . 2323 GRAND AYE. DES MOINES, IOWA t ' ' ''-.. -^ • • J • _ ^ * , ' ' * ', ft' *• : : - • ' - 1 '] •(- F' . "/JT «^', 1 f -.' 1 J I 1 ,.*,' , t . •- if , , T- - , I •- -' ' r i / 11 ' i j , ', , ' ^ J ' ' ( t r ~ s * f • > .• -' ' *• > , ',i ''',.' l v j t?- •-."'''. •* \ t '' \ > !• 1 ^,- jh ;*'i'» >. , l ,.' i ii t .' ' j *j^",) , Top Row — Pat .Gbelz,, Roger Flom^ Dolores. Stude?* Carolyii St udes, RithaKd Risvold. Bottom Row —^Rifchard-Marr, kathy Crvii^eV Diarfe Hoick, Douglas DowriB, Carol Martin. ; '_',' ii^<.:; ':,>.; : (gC ;;/J4 i;;^j ^4^; ,U <; ;'V.,« J '*V- . . ' WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUIUT BUICK W1LU B<nLD THEM Along with the most talked about style on the road today goes performance new even to owners of previous Bujcks .,, and too great for you to miss. -. :;'•. »Buick'59 ^livelier yet smoother, ', 4; pwtViovis 6iwcic owner'will tell you. ,., >; And credit goes to the twbine r ••: ^inootnnei^QfBuicU transmissions, ,U-4/,plw8 f'the new responsiveness of ; .^'.v/Buiqk "WU4cat" engines. „ rov'\] find new Watch Dale Robertson in Tales of Wells Fargo on NBC-TV Monday Nights their "most liked" list. But that's far from all thes.e owners tell us, They talk about new operating economy from the most efficient power plant on the road today. About quality of finish and detail, and of quietness that even beats the best of Buick heretofore. They speak of reliabil S%^!i',l|;ljfr!/!(!lij/ : '-^»TO? Row.-rr.-Kailhy Oiis, JMary Girres,, Robert 'Olson., Larry I?ete.rsori^tChajiotte Conrad.. '* Bottom.R*pw.,-~! Tom 1 Mullins." Cecil h Glaw,e^, Judy Smith, Darlene Si'uder,\ Jean Ann^ Spangler. But the best spokesman for Buick '59^and what it can do for you—is a Buick itself. Why not go to your Buick dealer and get the : inside story, today? ity,,, and they speak of the pure pleasure of owning a Buick '59.,, in ways that warm the heart TO OWNERS OF CARS IN "THE LOW-PRICED 3" ,, , You'll be surprised how easily you can own a Buick LeSabrt instead! Be sure to ask your Buick Dealer about "THE MOST IMPORTANT ', IN THE AVTOMQPILB WQRI& »>, DISCOVER FOR YOURSELF WHY 190,000 FAMILIES HAVE pwners put high on ALREADY MADE THE MAGNIFICENT CHANGE TO BUICK W QCAL AUTHORIZED. BUICK DEALER NOW,, SCHULTZ BROS. - So Phillips St, ^., CHECK YOUR CAR-CHECK YOUB DRIVIfffi-CHEeK ACCIDOfTS^r-.^E YOUR BUICK DEALER FOB ' • ','•"' •.'••'-.- •; ' " i. • - \ , *, ;; Top Row —'David Hauswirth, Carol Chambers, Bob Beers, James Bleich, Bob Grandgenelte; j * ,,. Bottom Row — Ilene Terhark, Pat.Williams, Sharon Vaughn, Jim Raney, Marvel Ann • PHOTOS BY MUELLER STUDIO, CLARION • '. L''* ,•' >* " • .1 *" • Our Senior Class, Proudly Presented By The Community Boosters FARMER'S CO-OP SOCIETY Wesley «^K^^N^s^N-~O- CORWITH LUMBER CO. Corwith K.&H.OILCO. Wesley ^^--s^vrv^^v^v DAVIS ELEVATOR Corwith WESLEY CO-OP CREAMERY Enrl Arnold/ Owner MULLiNS HYBRID k IB 1.1 B > III li II il'jtj. j U H SERVICE WESLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET r

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