The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 19
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Wesley Couple Honored With Surprise Party . Wesley -*. Mr and Mrs J. f. . meurer were honored at a Sur- pnse 35 wedding anniversay at their home Sunday afternoon, planned and carried out bv their daughter, Mrs Cheryl] Vogel of I.-ohrville and their son, Jim of LuVernc. Relatives and close friends and neighbors were guests. , " • Out of town gufsts were the Dqn.Vogcls of Lohrville, A. M. Lemkecs, F. Caoesius, Lou Redings, and Mrs Clara Walker, Alii 0 ,"^ N. J. Meurers, Plover, and fcd Thissens, Waterloo, The honored couple received lovely gifts. Eugene Hanig, Bud Youngwirth find Mr and Mrs Wally Erdman of Algon'a left August 1 for a -week's vacation at Crooked Luke, Minn. , Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease left August 2 for a week's vacation in Minnesota. The fire department answered a call to the August Studer farm Saturday Afternoon, where a car Was on fire. Mr and Mrs Vincent Studer and baby left Sunday night for their home at Calumet City, 111., follow'- ing a. week's visit at the parental J. P. Studer home and with other relatives. ' Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer spent several days last week m Milwaukee, , Wis. Their daughter, Sister Carolyn, graduated from Ml. Mary college, and accompanied her folks to Cresco 'where" she will again teach 7th"grade. Stu- ders .also Visited his two sisters, Sister Myra and Bernadette and also Rose Wagner. Mrs Hazel Gerdes and Irene Hanig are vacationing this week at Minnesota Lakes. They will visit. Vee Mullins, former Wesleyans at Pequot Lake. Mr and 'Mrs J. J. Anderson of Agenda, Kan., spent the weekend at the home of their daughter, Mrs R. E. Newbrough and 1'am- Rev. and Mrs Norman^Hickman M and children of Hickman, Nebr., " came Sunday for a visit at \}\e Dr. Warner home. Mr and Mrs Gordon Nelson and family 'of Prescott, Ariz., fire visiting the Charles antf Luther Ny- gaards. 5jtv Josephs Catholic jpaiHsh wjll servi a chicken suppet Augusl 23. The Brownies enjoyed a 3-day camp-out at Call Park, Algona, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. They will have a picfitc in the Wesley park Saturday night. Banns were published in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for the marriage of Marilyn Lemire and Tom Lickteig. They will be married here August 17. The David Kleinpcter family moved Saturday to their newly constructed house in the south part of town. Their house has been sold to the Jim Olsons who have moved into it from the Ray Kollasch apartment, Gerald Ama of Washington, D, C., visited friends here Saturday, enroiite to Dexter, Minn., to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs George Ama, former Wesleyans. Mrs Sylvia Winkler, sister of Mrs Frank Fox, Mr and Mrs John Winkler and family, Hartford Stilts ajpd Dale Stilts and daughters alf of Missouri, visited in the Frank Fox home last week. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and family and Mrs Viola Studer were Sunday evening guests in the Bill Studer home at Clarion. Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch and family of Worthington,' Minn., spent several days over the weekend at the parental Mrs Viola Studer- home 1 and visited other relatives. On Sunday they attended a Kelch family reunion at Clarion. Mr and Mrs Harold Weber and Donnie attended a Seimer family gathering at Fairmont Sunday. Rev. & Mrs Percy Carlsson returned Friday evening from a month's vacation. They attended a convention of Evangelical Free churches at Denver, Colo., and then went on to California to visit relatives. Irvington Ideals Met The Irvington Ideals 4-H girls held their achievement show at the home of Betty Wickwire July 30. Mrs August Studer and Mrs Martin Seller were judges. Linda Frodhlich and Jane Raney gave a demonstration. The Irvington Homemakers Club furnished the lunch. Eight hundred million pounds of food specialties are being sold in frozen form annually in the U.S. Several New Arrivals In St. Joe Area Sl. Jee — Allan Eugene Kirsch. son of Mr and Mrs Robert Kirsch, horn July 20, was, baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church with Mrs Loreru Bormanrt and Math Kirsch as sponsors. Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding 'are parents of a son born Aug 2 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes six girls & four boys in the Reding family. Mr and •Mrs Frank Bormann are maternal grandparents arid "'Mr and Mrs John B. Reding arc paternal grandparents. 'Mr and Mrs Merlin AHman are parents of n daughter born August 2 in St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr and Mrs John Berto are maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs John Altrnan, Sr. are the paternal grandparents. Miss Bormann Honored Arlene Bormann was honored at a pre-nupthil .miscellaneous, shower in the K. C. Hall here Sunday afternoon. The honoree's sister, Judy Bormann, assisted with the unwrapping of tha gifts. Mrs Mary Capesius is a surgical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, having underwent surgery Friday. Albert (Butch) Christensen returned to the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Kollasch from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he was a patient two weeks following a tractor accident. Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and Mr and Mrs 'Frank Reding and family attended a Reding family reunion at New Riehland, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Jake Weydert hosts. K. of C., St. Joseph' Council held their regular monthly meeting Aug. 3 in the local club room with District deputy, E. J. McGough of Fort Dodge installing officers for the coming year. Nick and Mike Altaian, have moved from their farm northeast of St. Joe to Llverrnoro, nephew, Mr and Mrs tfcrfln Altman Jr. who lived In Algeria hiivo nwved onto the AiHman brothers farm here. The Riverdale Rustlofs Unit 1 and 2 held their annual family picnic Monday evening at. the swimming pool in Algona with n largo group attending, Mary Staudt, Homo Economist, aid her assistant from Algona with parents, brothers and sisters of tho 4-H members in attendance. Auto Mishaps Bring Fines To 3 Here Tlirco pereons paid fines in Justice C. II. Ostwinkle's court i last week us n result of auto mishaps. It was another busy week in his court. Dtiryl D. Christ, Lakola, paid $25 and costs for failing to have control, t-au.sing an accident: Donald W. Goclie,"Bancroft, paid $15 and costs for not having 'his vehicle undjsr control; and William Wolfe, West Bend, was fined $15 and costs for failing to stop at a stop siK p n, causing an ac* cidenl. William V. Hauptly, Wesley, no operator's license; Gary D. Wiener, Cylinder, speeding, at night; and Charlotte Wichtendahl, Algona, throwing cans on the highway, each paid $10 und costs. Clctus M. Sal/., Hurt, paid $10 and costs, improper passing, and $5 and costs, no operator's license; Norman Rhodman, Smithland, John C. Vaudl, Whittemore, and Lloyd E. Smith, Whitlemore, each paid $5 and costs, faulty muffler; Clifford J. Bishop, Thompson, Duane D. Tindall, Corwith, and Patricia Hatten, Bancroft, each paid $5 and costs, no operator's license; Arthur H. Hovick, .Ringsted, $5 and. costs, failing to dim lights;' Melvin J. DeGeeter, Bancroft, $5 and costs, stop sign; and William C. McGuire, Bancroft, $5 and costs, allowing an unauthorized person to drive, in other cases last week. Driver Charged After Mishap A Ban-croft man. Donald W. Ooeh<\ 22, was charged with failing to havo control of his vohido after jin nuto driven by liim collided with the rair of an- othrr i-iir driven by Jnmfs It. Uiubf'nthal, 35, also'of Bancroft. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood filed? tho charge after invrstlgntlnR tin 1 mishap which occurred 1 Ms miles south of Bancroft on highway 160 at 10 a.m. Sun., July 20, Damage t'o tho vehicles ' was estimated at $1,050 by Wood, including $400 dnrmige to tho I.auhcnthnl auto and $050 t<» Owhr's car. There were no per- injuries reported. PUfiUC NOTICE I* herrhy Rlvon Ihrtt HIP City of AlRfmn. Town hns wolfed from Wnllor D. Peterson, n prnpowil to buy from thp City Iho following cteftcrllict) rrnl Mtntf, to-w!t: Thni. pnrt of n vnonlrct nllp.v liffcloforc vnonlcd lying In tho north of Lot f,, Bin. 1:10. mil* Addition to AlRonn. Kosfnilh County, town, for tho sum of Twonly-I'lvp dollnrd ($2SO(» niul Unit «ntrl proposal wit) bf> nctod upon by thp City Council at. tho round! marling to ho held fit 7:30 t\ M. Aug. 2fl. inM>, In thr Council ChntnhtTR nt thtf City Itnll In Algonn. town. This notice Is given by milhorlty of thn City Council nnd purmmnt to Section Mfl.M of Ihn Codr of lown inSfi, nntrtl nl Atgonn, lovvn this 31st dny of July, 1i>S!i. Thursday, August 13, 1959 Afgona (la.) Upp«r ft* Mdf*W**-3 t _; J—i i ;—,. ..; ...... • •.-.-. ...,..,» Vr , ., ^.»» ...j.*.. Dflvld A. Smith City Clerk (PubllahrB Aug. fi anrf Aug. 13. 1059 in thf> Algona (In.) Upper t)t>* MOT1C£ BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA. A. D. Curry, Conrad, Iowa, transfnror, & Curry Transport Company, Inc., Conrad, Iowa, trjiiifferoo, has filed a joint application for the commissions approval of the transfer of liquid transport carrier certificate No. LC-60. which authorizes operations as a liquid transport carrier between all points in the State Iowa, The commission ha» flx "Thursday, August 27* l&St >t 10:00 a.m. at the office of the commission in DCS Moiftes, Iowa as the time and place fof publi<* hearirvg on the above docketed application, IOWA STATE COMMERCE COlVtMISSlON Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Bernard J. Martin, Cornmissjonfer Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary Dated at DCS Moines, Iowa, Aug. 3, 1959 Docket NO. DLC-133 31-33 WARNING TO Contrary to the words of? a^ famous children's song, London Bridge did not Call down. Completed in 1209, it lasted 600 years. HUTCHINS CHAMPL1N A GREAT NAME IN THE GREAT PLAINS "CUSTOM E|R j | (D \/, T ^ ,-S H O W E R " OIL CHANGE & GREASE JOB FINN'S "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" Certificate For DECORATED CAKE For Any Occasion Saturday Special — Home Style Bread — 19c Delicious Cookies Ice Cream — $1.32 Gallon — All Flavors MUiSlfCtJVMD CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" TWO $1.98 HI - FIDELITY ALGONA REFRIGERATION CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" FREE SERVICE CALL FOR E APPLIANCES CARSON' (FORMERLY COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY) "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER $c GIFT CERTIFICATE CULLEN HARDWARE CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER PYREX CINDARELLA OVAL DIVIDED DISH III MISLED BY TRANSIENT FURNACE INSPECTORS! RUSK DRUG JEWELRY "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" LADIES' JEWELRY CASE jSQFTlY II NIP TONY'S CITIES SERVICE & DAIRY BAR CITIES "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" $3 CREDIT ON Grease Job AND Oil Change SERVICE It may be August, and you may only be thinking of ways to keep cool, but the heating season isn't far away! And the time is ripe for the Transient Furnace Inspectors, who are, or soon will be knocking at your door. We advise you against accepting their offers. If you are in need of any kind of furnace repair work, contact one of your local authorized dealers in this line. Have your work done by a firm that you know will not oversell you. Don't Accept Fancy Offers Today — And Be Sorry Tomorrow! ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 3111/2 E. Nebraska Algona CY 4-4240 FUNK PLUMBING & HEATING 119S. Dodge Algona CY 4-3234 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE 109 S. Marian COMPANY CY 4-2484 P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING 812 E, McGregor Algona CY L S, MUCKEY PLUMBING & HEATING 12 N. Dodge Algona CY 4-3104

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