The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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The ClauS-Wibfcefc ;<family re- .ufcion was held Sunday at the fairgrounds. Attending were Mr awl Mrs HefnWh Willrett, Mi- and Mrs Fred W, Willrett of Britt, Mr and Mrs Richard Will* t-ett, Coumbia Junction, Mrs Dean Saliger and Mt-.'&nd Mrs Don Sallsger. Clear LaTce, Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Irwin Emrick, Mapleton, Mr and Mrs Allan Foth, LiverrrtOre, Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith, Alam- ,eda, Calif, Mrtnd Mrs R. G. Will- Wtt, Butt, Mr and Mrs John Wibben, JBltriore, Mr and Mrs G, B. Wibben, Whittemore, Mrs Glaus Wibben, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben; Mr and Mrs John W. Wibben. Mr and Mrs George Wibben and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Paulson, Hamburg, 111. Mr and Mrs A. R. Wibben, Mr and Mrs Willrett, Mr'and Mrs Mitch 'Taylor and" Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben, Algona, and their respective .•.families. , Thurtddy, ScpK S, Algeno (la.) Upper ftfrt •6et Acquainted Patty , Between 75 " and 100.^, people attended a get-acquainted party Saturday evening for Karen, Pat and Mike NavOichick, who with: their I parents,. Mr. and Mrs William ' ' Navoichick recently moved here from Kenosha, Wise. Hosts were Beverly Johnson, Bill Bartlett, Phyllis Hardgrove, Mike 'Navoichick, Barbara Harriett and Pat Navoichick. • The party wds held on the porch and lawn of the Navoichick home, the former C.L. Livingston house on Ridgely street. Refreshments consisted' of cookies and cupcakes •, sent, by interested neighbors, Games and' dancing provided the entertainment. Karen Navoiqhick will be a fresKman at Drake University this fall; Pat is a junior and Mike a freshman at Algona high school. Mr Navoichick is,associated with the Livingston Tool Co. Scouts Take' Trip , ForKouples At Lakota Lakota — Sunday afternoon 150 relatives and friends gathered at, the Lakota Presbyterian church to extend their congra!^ uJations 'to Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis of Lakota and Rev. and Mrs T. J. Loats, of Santa Ana, Calif. . • The two couples were married in a double ceremony Aug. • 26. 1934 ill the Lakota Presbyterian church by Rev. O. H. Frerking. Mr and Mrs,Lewis wore attended by Mary Jane Lewis Brack and Howard Lewis. The other couple's attendants were Mrs Charles Ashman and Rajph Sanden. Mrs Lewis was the former Carmen Sanden and her sister, Mrs Loats, the former Halvitd Sanden. Rev. Harlan Kruse .gave a short talk, read the scripture and offered a prayer and tha afternoon was spent' in visiting Mrs Wdlfred Brack and Mrs Andrew Jansen cut the ? cakes Vlrs Wilson Brack and Mrs Char eg Ashman poiired. Mrs Frank ..ewis and Marcia Loats had ;harge of the guest books; Mrs rwin Newland.and Mrs Thomas Helling had charge of-the gifts. Mrs Russell Winter and Mrs Jerry Heetland were dining room lostesses. Those helping in the citchert were Mrs C. W. Buckels, Vfrs Elmer Paulson, Mrs Burdet- .e Hoeppner and Donna Olson. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis have three sons, Frank, Jr. married and living in Minneapolis; iRich- ard and Virgil at home. Rev. and Mrs Loats also have three children, Marcia, Thomas Skilllno, snliiry _»i. „ Ostruffi, »»lary ....*.;..:..•— GodiJeft .labor .....n,- 1 »•. MtCotvwII, tabor •„* , Lemktc, labor „,»-,«.- — Iowa State Bank, withholding . tax „„ 'airbanks, Jr., labor ^*^.-*-. teady Mix Concrete & Lbr. Ca.. Iab6f & material » Afgoha tree Service, Satabr — ^lorthwbstern Bftll Telephone Co., service : ..inelair Refining Co., fuel :ulleh Hardware, maw, .*„*__ Jifufninous Material A Supply Co., cphtlt * A&phalt Products Co., premi* . Ready-Mix Lbr. Co., labor & material a.... ,„.......* titles Service Oil Co., 9** Jowrrtan's Bullaers, labor a Girl Scout troop 13 with the leaders Mrs' Joe Lichter and Mrs Ed Holecek entertained Thursday, August 27, for Emmetsburg where •they spent till 1 p.m. when they were picked tip by Mr Holecek and Mrs Don McGuire. The girls took sack lunches. :t?6 which were added ice cream and pop when lunch time arrived. They chose a lake shore spot for the picnic. Twenty-eight girls participated and assisting the le'aders were Mrs Miles Sloniker, Mrs Kenneth 'Strickler, Mrs;John Penton and Mrs Delmar Reding. Womans Club Meets Plum. Greek" Womans Club wn have its first meeting of the yea Sept. 9 at,the home of Mrs:Harve;y Jergenson."NewAofficers are Mr material PUBLIC SAFETY 14151 " 103.1S «* 17.06 29,55 30.22 74 .so; 37.50' 3oA,00 15.00 12.67 111.30 162.87 129.15 830.20 BoeHelman, salary .1-..--- !Z'- 3 J Hutchison, salary 153.57 Hutchison, salary Joraen»6n, salary - McBrlde, salary ..*. „ Schwarzcnbach, salary .. —. Bulten, salary • — Voicjt, salary kohl, salary --^---' --•— Elbert, salary .. -_.^ lov»a State Bank, withholding _ _ Trust & Agency Fund, Police Pension. .,-.,- ---------- - Kiipto Loose Leaf Co., ruled pads -.^1.*.'*..^ ........ Service OH Co., gns -~-Northwestern Bell TeleijKone Co., -' service- ---- i-~ ---- . ------Henry Badberg, mdse. ------ Pectron Corp., repairs ..... Algona Fire CO., fire calls & meetings SANITATION 152.13 135.68 U8.98 13R98 U7.68 20.00 10.00 95.10 11.-15 2.82 78.99 21.70 87.50 18.06 5X0.20 161.40 132,61 157.33 94,00 . 26,62 35.52 22.67 25.96 and Carmen, all at home. Raymond Picht and Armstrong, Mr and Wed 25 Years 'Mr and 'Mrs Alden Wilcox celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Aug. 25 at Iheir home. Guests for the evening were Mr and Mrs Ben Hovland of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs family of Mrs Fred Baumann~and family, Mr and. Mrs Kenneth Beck and family,' Mr and Mrs S. Bruchaussen, Mr and Mrs Albert Bosma, Si', and Heyo, Mr and Mrs Herman Bosma, and Mr and Mrs Albert Bosnia, Jr. of Lakota. After a short program put on by their children, cake, ice cream, cookies and coffee were served. ,. Lemkee, salary Gronbach, salary ..Baas, salary -•*«-"* -Courtney, salaf y-t Welo, Jr., labor ;„*-.• R; Helmers, labof . ....... E.' Thbmpson, labor , t A. Scobba, labor '_.—v»_ Iowa State Bank, withholding • \ . .. Max ----..-—-- — -,'- .39.80 Iowa State Bank, government bohds ...._-.-—.-.. 5,092.71 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co., materials -- .—-u . 131.86 East End Foundry,'Irtc,, rnaterr ials .- .-... 1 .- J :--'. i • 180.00 Northwestern Bell telephone Co., . * servled ; .^-u 23.05 Inertol Co., Inc., paint •58.68 John Reed, fcfund -.~.-. 6.45 Dorr-Oliver Inc., repairs __..-.: r 170.61 Clillen Hardware, mdse. 6.96 Leo Mergen,> refund 158.rtO RECREATION Stephenson", salary 138.54 Hobble, salary _ 124.46 Garry, salary -- 94.39 Knoll, salary .._ 74.60 Bickert, salary. ..i — i. 70.02 Herbst, salary _.- - 74.60 Christiansen, salary _---: ' 88.47 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax -.„.-• - 79.20 Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., chlorine' _... - 81.00 The Balbach Co:, mdse. —— 50.12 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service .'. .13 Cullen Hardware, mdse. '3.57 Inertol Co., Inc., paint , 264.15 DEBT SERVICE Iowa State Bank, interest 20.00 PARKING METER' Groen," salary 160.45 Sands, salary : 75.45 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax ' 21.40 Trust & Agency Fund, pension 1,70 Magce-Hall Park-O-Mcter Co.", repairs "' 19.80 Parking Meter Repair Service Center, repairs : ' 26.46 Postmaster, envelopes 48.40 George; Kairii; pres., .., , Gabrielson,? vice president;'Mrs Z. Slagle, :sec^etary,;,Mrs*WiUis EtheringtonV*Myisiirig«:aecretary and Mrs Sadie Hopkins,, treasurer. Mrs Violet Davis, arid..Mrs,Willis Etherington will" present the September program on Alaska. M and D.Club Meets - The Union. Mothers and Daughters club Will have its first mee- ing of the club year, 'Thursday Sept. 10 at the home of Mrs Alfred Schenck.. Mrs Hazel Johnson and Mrs'.Myrtle Rutledge will be be assisting'hostesses. Theme for the -year is "Iowa, Beautiful Land'. The September program is on the history' of education in Iowa and will be presented by Mrs George St. .John. , Williamsons Honored The personnel of the J. C. Penney store .arid; their spouses gave a farewell 'dinner Saturday at Van's cafe for'Charles Williamson and his wife..Gifts were presented the Williamsons and Mrs John Diekmann who has resigned. Cards were played following the dinner. Mr and Mrs. Williamson are moving to Garner where they have purchased'a business. Honored At Showes v Mrs Alice Jergens gave a kitchen and coin shower Tuesday evening September 1, f<V Jan Geilenfeld whose' .marriage, to James Berninghaus will take place September 20. Guests were employees at the Good Samaritan Home where she is employed. Games were played and refreshments served. Mrs Kohlhaas Hostess A group of neikhbors r gathered at Mrs Phil Kohlhaas' Wednesday rnoSg for a coffee honoring M?s Leslie Higley who is mov- ng from the immediate vicinity. The Higlevs have purchased ^a Kse^East State street. The , honoree was presented with a ' Honored At Shower «.', ....,, , Donna Olson, daughter;, of' Mr, arid Mrs:L'ee ! Olsbri' %as henorfed at a miscellaneo'us brddalj •s.hp'y^er Monday evening ' at the Legion club rooms in Bancroft. Cards were played for entertainment. Mrs Lee Olson won low and Mrs George ' Rahe high. Mrs ;-Dori Kiendtz won the lucky plate. Weekend visitors at the Melyin Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa; .Sept. 1, 1959. Schroeder home were Mrs Wayne Slade and Mr and sons of Fulton, South Dakota. , . Darwin Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs L. A. Meyer, is at Camp . . McCoy, Wis. taking reserve training 'in the army. Wi tcTIt was hostess tocherTard" club members last week Wednesday .afternoon. The club was entertained this week Wednesday by Mrs Arthur Jackson. • Naomi Circle Meets ' The Naomi circle meets Thurs- dav evening with Mrs Hattie Schmidt. Sunday evening callers at the Russell Winter home were Mr and Mrs Arlowe Blome and children of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Lewis Olson of Esthervalle. Mrs Arlene Bunting, teacher jn ...e Tama schools left Wednesday to attend a pre school workshop and assume her teaching duties there. Rev. and Mrs Eddie" Coover of Harvey Cedars, New Jersey were Friday and Saturday guests of Mrs Elizabeth Schaper. Mr and Mi's Frank Lewis. Jr. visited at the parental Hugh Lewis home from Saturday until Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs William Schroeder returned Thursday from an eight day visit with their daughter .and family, the Al Scotts at Cedar Rapids and with another daughter ahd family, the Forest Schmidts at St. Ansgar. Mrs Arthur Norland and daughter Of Sioux Falls and Mrs W. E. Ley were Wednesday luncheon guests at the W. D. Ley home. Thursday' eveninff Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mr and Mrs John A. Dorenbush enjoyed a jicnic at Fairmont. (Mr and Mrs H. D. Mussman ac- xnnpanied Mr and Mrs Sam Gibon of Seneca to St. Peter, Minn. Sunday, , Alfred and Arthur Meyer, Philip Schroeder and Wpodrow Ellsworth returned Friday afternoon 'rom a five dav . cambing and •ishing trip to Alexandria, Minn. to AIR FRANCE LAKOTA NEWS ^Dr. H. H, Murray attended funeral services for his cousin, Mrs John Ryan at Merrill Thursday Mrs Earl Murray and son, Chai- jes, of Buffalo Center accompan- ie f M rs m Larrv; Winter of White Bear Lake. Minn, is snendmg this week at the Russel Winter home while her husband is taking his two week's training with the UW-A/H. at Pamp McCoy, Wis Audrey Eut»v and Marvel Od land Mt Sunday for San Jose Cal. there two or three weeks visiting anc sightseeing mew HILAND TWIN-PAR - PLAIN or WAVIES CHIPS ROBIN HOOD 25 Lb. Bag orshntcillows pkgs. MEDIUM doz. HILLS BROTHERS Drip or Regular COUNCIL MINUTES The Cltv Council met with Mayor Shlerk and the followino named Councilman ores- ent, Muekey, Whittemore, Elbert, Drpfis- man, Parsons *. Richardson, on the 26»h of Auoust, 1959. Resolution 8DP/ov!nq the sale of a portion of vacated alley to Walter Peter^ son & Jon HeWersrheldt was adooted. Resolution orovirtina for special elnction on the chanqe of the duration of the terms of counc!lrrw»n wai adopted. No. 407 nnHtlrr) AN " TO nivi^F THF CITY OF IOWA INTO WAP^S' P"Oyir)ING FOR VOTING PRECINCTS. AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. GENERAL r>r. Snlerk. salary .__-_ Smith, salarv ,,., T — „Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 150.00 154.67 . i. Shierk,' exo^nse ------ ,. The American Crty, subscription Arwpll Inc. ,rat control ,»--, Northwestern Bell Telephpne Co., service ...,.. r . ..... Municipal Finr-ce Officers, THE WORLD'S LARGEST AIRLINE Put a string on your finger if you have to — but don't forget to register for the two-pieces of Samsonite luggage and a possible free trip to Europe at the Security State Bank. Nothing to buy and no obligation. Winner of local drawing will win luggage AND a chance in the finals for the European trip. USE OUR DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW One of the most popular features of our new bank building rias been the drive-in teller window. If you are not already one of our customers making use of this "DRIVE IN BANKING, why not come in to see us, establish an account and enjoy the privileges of this modern day facility along with our other customers. Security State Bank dues Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., Russell BycKanan, W'Jnlclpal _ pa lcl r )95.0C 170.2 148.0 131.4 Btjrtls, salary .......... r 141.4 Metzen, Jr., salary .,-„ 117.5 Piew, salary 139.9 "THE Mernb PLY BANK" IBS. WESSON Or GIANT EOX SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD BROWN OR POWDERED IBS. POST'S NEW CEREAL GIANT rox Swift's Premium Canned - Shank- less - Defatted Ready-To-Eat 5 Lb. Can Small Sizes 5 To 7 Lbs. Roast Or Fry - Lb. 1 Boxes 59c i- Frozen Foods + VOX>OO»W:OW#W.WO>O:D^^ '/iGalSk SEAMIST 8Cans9Ec FLORIDA GOLD 6 Cans • Jt Swift's All Meat 2 Lb. 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