The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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Shower Honors Bride-To-Be At Ota • Qiiosen — Annette Salmon of Leeds, S. D. was honored at a pre-nuptial shower at ttie Lutheran church carters Saturday evening. As the guests arrived Phe was introduced by her bridegroom-to-be, Richard Optie dahl. : 'Scripture nnd prayer were given by Mrs Harold Mountain Mrs Richard Kinseth sang. Mr Louis Jacobson read Severn poems and Mrs Richard Kinset closed the program with Th Lord's Prayer. Miss Salmon and Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge were both given corsages and Richard Oppedahl had a white carnation boutonniere. Suzanne Oppedahl had charge of the guest book and she also helped ^th th<? her were Anthony and pedahl. Afiftette Mid;-RiO«ro opened«th«lr gifW ttosfesses JfcttS Speieh, Mrs Louis Edward ZinneH Mrs us, Mrs J^hn VifVaAS,; Mi| car Oppedahl, MM. KnUt dahl and Mrs Bjarnfe Opt^aM of Port Dodge. . Attending the wjsddittfi of Beverly Nash to Milfotd Bfehonek at the Lutheratvchurch at Aldert, Minn. Saturday evening were Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs John Larson, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, 'Mr and Mrs Ralph Jatobson, Mr and Mrs John Vinaas, Ronald Vmafls and Mr and Mrs Mike doyle. • Oliver Christianson left Saturday morning tot Excelsior Springs, Mo. to visit his sister, Mrs Clara Solberg who is a patient there.. , , ,, Mr and Mrs Knut Oppendahl and sons left Sunday, spending five days in the Black Hills. Friday evening visitors at the Howard Hellicksoh's for his birthday were Mr;and Mrs Alvin Fossell, Mr and Mrs Donovan Click and Mrs Dorothy Kirchoff of Thor and Mr and Mrs tteward Thompson and family. Monday visitors at Jesse Vftn Buskirk's were Mr arVd Mrs Wm. Brown of Oakland, Calif. Mr and Mrs Guy Ojerstad of Dakota City arid Dorothy Gjef- stad of Des Moines visited a>l the Everett Lane home Wednesday evening. They helped Bruce Lane celebrate his third birthday. Sunday guests at the H. D. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Stud*! 1 . . Benson's were Mr and Mrs Kelvin Henely and family of Lu- vcrne, Minn./and Frank Dodd of Gilmore City. Mr and Mrs Mike Frohlmg and family spent the weekend at thft Keith Snnith home at Sherburn, Minn. Mrs Lenhard Holden returned Wednesday after being in Marion for a week. Weekend puests on Aug. 16-at the Cletus Hundertmark home were Mr and Mrs Mervin Glandorf and Pam of Williamsburg. Blake Funeral Homes Homes . ; .t LuVERNE WESLEY "Understanding Service" TITONKA RENWICK 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped HUTCH INS CHAMPUN A GREAT NAME IN THE GREAT PLAINS "C'USTOMER GIFT SHOWER" OIL CHANGE GREASE JOB M'UiS'l C L AMD "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" TWO $1.98 H!-FIDELITY CARSON'S (FORMERLY COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY) "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" DELUXE RUBBER FATIGUE MAT "To Rest Mom's Tired Feet" _.^^_^^,.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M»aM •BMHtHBHHflBMMVHHBHB^IDBIHI RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY "CUSTOMER Gift SHOWIR" LADIES' JEWELRY CASE SOFTLY LINED 4 ruruuift*-! ui. mw.» *-*« »»»•«- —' -to Poca'hontas Shturday evening where they attended a pre-nUp- lial shower tor Patricia Mo- Mahon, oldest .daughter of the Tom McMahons. The Merle Rnsmussens joined the Methodist church recently. Mr and Mrs G. L. Olson of Soil Diego, Cal. spent Aug. 20-21 with the H. H. Raneys and other former neighbors and friends. Mrs Ray Hnnsen had surgery Mr nnd Mrs Wilfred Lor-Wg at/tended t» Pay-Off parly in the Pax-ton Hotel, jOrtwhtt, Nt*., Aug. 1R-20. The Standard Oil Co, were hosts. JnnSce VHathum and friend Normn Culbcrtson of ChariUm spent several days nt the parental George Vilsdhum home. , (.nylon Vit?.thum was taken to his homo in Stuart Friday from 111111 n i JL v|T * II i *' ^* i n * 1111- Hi ».,* i vi M i i i § »\ *»• ,T «•-•••• Root drrWS Mercy hospital, Fort Dodfii- wh«M o had boon a pnlwnl n week. Mr nnd Mrs Hugh Hnverly, art- proud parent? of n boy burn Aug. 24 in the Uritt hospital. The infant has a 2Mj year old brother, Jerry. Mr nnd Mrs Fred Eden nnd Mr find Mrs Henry Hnvorly nre the grumlpnr- [ cnts. Mrs Frank Richter fell from n ladder stool in the St. Joseph parish hall Monday morning nnd Moltnti hy .tnhn nnd . OhflflM Ncwrl Ihnl (ho following pprmtts he Servlr*- stnlinn, Whtltc- Tavern. St. .Trwph Orafinm'H Service Station. Hurt Stnrlltft Drive-In, Al(?on.-t, ttprmnn Vnll?y Store, TlUmkn I, oils CrM'k Siorf. t.unn l«o«-k Mnrtln F, KKohen. So*Inn. trvlnflton Store. IrvlnRtnn. \VnrnM- Wirmprson. l.iiVi-rin brntth.) F.llRfnC J. KoliflRCn, IVHIP AlRonn Country Clv.h. Alftonn Florence Hummer, St. •' ll? "'i? 1 ' , Chrome Cnfr, Alfconn IK W rhore son,) „ .,, ,. ,, ., „ Senccn Sloro, Fen I on i(p Hnilpy. St. Benedict Storo AT Tiivein, SI. tl was motioned thai the following «lm* be <liftn!iow«<t. v, ., Dr. John S. Devlne, M.D., Cftr oner's Fees „ ......^^....^.^.. URene M. Nemmers, Car Dam^,^(% ,_ ___ (>; ,_ £ ^-^---- , ,.*- 77.81 Mentnl Institute, GlfMSM ........ , IO.W Mt'tion by Charles Newel ana nee- onded by Jotm t?ode th«t ,t«me* Msyne [)«« nllowed » refund in the amount of MV7 74 for erroneous ftssesmnent of a tennni bonne. Ayes: All. Nayft: None, M ...... " Van's Cnfe, AlRori.i. Mflek's Market, Sexton. AVPS: All. Nays: None. Motion r-,ir- iav .,~ Monday B f Park Hospital Mason, tnkcn to Cily, for amputation of her letl n bavk injury. She wns hospital. Algona Driver Fined $35 For Recklessness An Algona driver. Philin Schneider, was fined $35 and costs following a hearing on a charge of reckless driving in Justice C H. Ostwinklc's court last week. In other cases heard bv Ost- winkle, x Robert Reding, Algona, was fined $10 and costs, assault and battery; Lyle E. Reid. Waterville, Minn., $100 and costs, overweight vehicle; Robert, Pruis- mann, Al'gona, $22.23 and costs, axle overload; George Wildin, Algona, $20 and costs, overload on registration; John E. Hardgrove. Algona, $14.10 and costs, axle overload; Ralph CarolUs, Clear Lake. $10 and costs, defective M. Bleich, costs, faulty \\J\ MI » I ^/M V».i l-» VI » •>•* • •" leg! The mcsdumes Cliff Anfinson, Veva Leaser Olive Erdman, Halvor Flom and Otto Henfler son visited Jher Friday evening. The Charles Krtuis and Chuok Kraus of Kiosier, Minn, were Sunday guests of Don Kraus.' Lyle Hirner, LoRoy Hicke. David Kleinpeler, Ed Johnson, rl ' thundciy, Scpi S r sited Jhor rnaay eveninn. ,. "" V1 " '\"' T <• T «,<,««t,H iur. r tinri Mrs Pearly Haynes and Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease nnd Mi «rwJ« nf VI Paso Texas came- ami Mrs Hnlvor Flom Jr. nttond- Aug 2 o Kend a' weS in Ihe cd (he National American Legion Aug. 61 uj »pv. i ui « . A ^._ . nnH Auvlinrv pnnvenUon at St. and Auxiliary convention nt St. Paul nnd Minnoupolis, the first of the week. Rev. nnd Mrs Robert Jones nnd fnmily returned Aug. 21 from two weeks' vacation at a rotort near Urninerd, Minn. During the rhtireh vacation several men workers built an M"^ Arwngne« Vrid theT>*l approach and steps to the south * * L4£}* •** ~™ m. f~ ~~- - -parental P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs Jo? Druinrner and fnmily of LuVerne, Mrs Max Stnvick and family ot Algonw were Sunday guests in the John Weig home. Mrs Santord Bennett of 'Min Mr and Mrs Lovell Ben- nr 10 . enuioment: James Wesley; $10 and were cwR Wagners of Al- nnd family came home Saturday V$& Hue?? Sr Missallsis- Do',nerin« m army service at M equipment; Euaene D. Flaig, Lone Rock, overload on reeistrn- li.nri, $8.10 and /costs: Charles E. Weiber, LuVerne, $5 and costs, night speeding; James G. Fatland. Clear Lake, $5 and costs, invalid truck registration; Carleton R. Lyons, Elmpre, $5 and costs, no operator's license; Richard D. Hammer, Bode, $5 ,nnd costs, night speeding; and William D. Huskamp, Swea City, $5 and costs, improper muffler. Naber. Jackie and md the Lawrence Wingerls ovei McMurrav. son of M'tt| the weekend. Bob McMurray ai\ The lUv girl born to Mr one A" baby girl was born Wednea'J gert were sponsors. ud y, Aug 19, to Mr and Mrs I Barbara Larson, daughter David Kleinpeter, who also have u c* v ».v* •*-«-*—••• f • "» *•» i Wayne and Lvnn. The Joe Millers and L. H. Kleinpeters are grandparents. CUSTOMER GIFT Certificate SHOWER o Lnrsoni wa years old and .was honored nt birthday parly. Roger and Bob, sons of th Ernest Gerdes of Woden wet guests last, week of their grnnc father, Alf Studer. (Mr and Mrs Ed Downs and h father, Alf Studer, recent visited the latter's sister, M Rose Ferric and family at Plaits- mouth, Neb. and Mrs Norme Studer at Council Bluffs. DECORATED CAKE For Any Occasion Saturday Special - Home Style Bread - 19c f Delicious Cookies Ice Cream - $1.32 Gallon - All Flavors IHJ IILM •» / "*-. ilTTHl^.-. •-" -•- —- _T .. Alfionn. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion arrled. , • CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER *EE SERVICE CALL FOR E APPLIANCES HARDWARE CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER GIFT CERTIFICATE TONY'S CITIES SERVICE & DAIRY BAR " CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" CREDIT CITIES 3 New Teachers Move To Homes In Ledyard Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Carl in Egesdal Jr. and daughter Kathy moved recently to Buffalo Center where he is employed. They have rented their home lo the new coach and his wife, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fain. Other teachers who have mov ed here this past week are M and Mrs B. Bruce Hanson, whr moved inlo the home formerly occupied by the Walter Peters Mr Hanson will leach scienc and Mrs Hanson, home econ dmics. Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan, Pal and Madonna senl several days lasl week al Ihe Tom Whit- coimb home in Morris, Minn. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer and Deanna entertained Mr and Mrs Norris Hines and family from Newton a<l Ihe Lakes last weekend. , Mrs Hazel Carpenler, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, Mrs Marie Ha Ivor- son, Mrs Lillian Brack, Mrs Edward Looft left on Sunday for Okoboji to spend several days al the summer mobile home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Wiemer. Mrs D. B. Mayer joined them on Monday. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Nilz and daughters, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pinch of Brandon, WIs. came on Friday to visit at the, home of Mr and Mrs William Knoner. On Sunday they all wenl lo Greenfield to attend a golden wedding. Mrs Edith Busch, Mrs J. J. McDonald, Mrs Glen Burrow, Mrs Clayton Roseboro, Janet Johnson and Rita Haag atlended a miscellaneous shower honoring Wilma Burl al the Swea City Methodist .church on Friday evening. Mrs Busch was m charge of the program. . Mrs Freda Frey, Mrs Mane Halvorson and her sister-in-law. Mrs Esther "Halvorson of Minneapolis visited in Frost last Tuesday evening. Mrs L. E. Ternes opened the cafe this past week which was formerly the Lappe Cafe. 'Mrs Zilphy Hardt returned last Wednesday from .St. James, Minn, where she had spent Ihe past two months at the home or her daughter. Mrs Hazel Carpenter returned Tuesday from Gary, Ind. where she had visited at the home of her daughter. Esther Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson, Mary Circle in the gvening at the home of Mrs Lena" Warner. Motion by OhnrlP.t VtnthP nnd •=••' oiutcd by CbnrlPH NPWP! thnl BPIUI nnnnnl Bc-ttlcment with Coiinly I rf nr xirer IIP, ntiproVPd. Ayps: AH. Nay- None. Motion rnrrlctl. ' Motion by .1»t>n node nnd seconded bv Cbnrlps' Plnlho thnl. rc.toliillon b'; conCHl-red In tbP rPcnnimftKlPd nwntd of p-ontrnom for S.N. 'J-tr.-.S N. JiRlii. Pnnn to MnrUot lUuitl. Ayes: All. Ntiys None. Motion cnrrled. Motion by Jens Hoi-onsen nnd R<H-- muled by c'lmrtCR PlnlbP tbrtt iipplifii- llon for Clnss ".D" permit of Donald G. Kedlntt, Itpdlnfi's 'rnvern of Si Joseph, bo approved. A.VPH: All. Niiys None. Motion rnrrjcd. Motion by Chnrles Plnthc nnd scr- onded by John Hodc Hint bond be nn- iirovetl nnd "C" brrr iiortnll lor K. .1 Kollnsch, Hode be- tfrnnled. Ay<'s: All Nnvs: None. Motion rnrried. Motion by John Mode nnd npi-ondpil bv Jens Sorensen thnl bonds bo nn- .roved nnd OURS "IV licer Permli ' Bl-nntcd Mnrlln K. Klsph.rn.Sex- n. Ayim: All. Nnys: None. Motion MtUltin by Chnrles Newel mvl MM-- Ued bv John Node Hint bond of ck Oo'nHler. I.ottK CreeU Blnrr. bi pproved nod elnsr, "IV neor jo Krnnted. Ayes: All. Nnys: None otlon cnrrled. Motion by Jens Sorensen nnd see nlcd by Chnrlns Plnthe Hint bond In iproved nnd clows "C" Hcor Perinl >o grunted M. A. MulllRnn HnypN lr- iiigton Store. Ayen: All. Nnyw: None, [otlon cnrrled. Motion by Cbnrlos Plnthe nnd sec- ndccl bv John Hode that bond of Mm. Vin. Hninrncr, St. Joseph, be npproved nd "B" Heer Permit bo Krnnted. Ayes: All. Nnys: None. Motion onr- led Motion by Jens Sorensen nnd sec- ncled by ' John Undo, thnl Al«unn Country Chd> be nwnrded Clnsn H Jeer Permit mid bond be npproved. kycs: All. Nnys: None. Motion cnr- "Motlon by Chrirlca Newel nnd sec- mdetl by Jens Sorensen Hint Cecil u. & Ornn A. Hnllcy he nrnnted tlnsa Jl leer Permit for Senecn Store. Ayen: All NDVK- None. Motion carried. Motion by John Hode find tieconded >v Chiirlcs Plnllu- Hint bond ol Uonnld D'cnn JorKonmin, Clerk In Auditor B Office, be npproved. Ayes: All. Nnys: None: Motion cnrrled. Motion by Jons Sorenson nnd, BCC- onded by Chnrlos Newel thnl. .'.nd Qimrtcrly reports for 11)50 of the Aut Ilor. nccorder. Clerk und Sherllf be npproved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo- 'UloUon by John Hodo nnd seconded bv Chnrlcs' Plnthe Hint ensh nllownncc for Wm. Miller oC Uuffnlo renter be ullowed nt $7ft. Ayes: All. Nuys: None. Motion carried. Motion by Chnrles Plnthe nnd seconded bv Jens Sorcnsnn thiit. budi'et for Aid 'to Blind ($2.I!)B) nnd Aid to Dependent Children ($a5,a-IV!.UO) bo np- proved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion '""Motion by John rtode nnd seconded bv Jens thnt G:IB letUng bo el nt July 15, IflSil nt 10:00 A.M. Ayou: II Nays': None. Motion carried. Motion by John node nnd socondet v Chnrles Newel thut Gnwel IcUInK ,e set at 2:00 P.M., July 22, HI5!» Ayes All Navsi None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel nnd scc- nded bv .fohn Hode thnt contrnrlt on rojJcta 7412). 6113(2). 1122(2). 1118(2) mdUOC!) be nwnrdctl to Everds Bros., v ( Wherejis the County of Kossufi nitivilrert title In fee fdrnple to: The South one-hnlf (SV») of Lot Five (5) Six (fit. Seven (7) and Eight IB of Work one hundred eighty-ntm (IB!)) C'nll'9 Add to Algonri, Kcwr.ut County, Inwn, nnd Whe'rea.t tbe following taxes on nat property were suspended: VPIU Arvunint Itiril .............. $-177(1 tuna ........... - | '- 1 "" IMS ...... . S3.Sfl Counlv. Iowa, !>«' and the iintne arc Afgdftd (la.) m«nt* those for the ySar IS** paya&te 1ft Therefore, Hi* revived Wth* Bo*** it Supervisors of. Kas*u«i Cmtrtt|, Town, thnt thft jhjspcfufed ,tt«f teg n 'the lm6k* arstf records 'SLJsS :mmty Treasurer of Kossuth Cotrmy* ^ Year Amount * 1031 .......... .... $47.78 - * 18.M *. the lottcrfrmf </hlch nppear against •il Cstntc U)-wii: The South one-hall (S«,4) of _ .«* (Si, Six (Si, Seven (7) and El, 3) 'oi Block one hundred eighty n *)i call's Add to Aigona, Ko«su (Conilnued on t'age 4) Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiltaled Fund Broad Slroet Investing Corp. Gnomical Fund Electronics Investment Cbtp. Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors Incorporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund. Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Fundi Wellington Fund HANDLING TOO MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Ringsted, Iowa PHONE - Volunteer 6-0648 REPRESENTING Minneapolis Associates. Inc. 607 Marquetle Ave. Minneapolis 2. Minn. WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO ME I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES NAME ADDRESS — Mail To Leslie Lanon, Hingsied, Iowa (or Call Collect) Get built-in gas-savers that give Bonus ...more of your BIG BONUS at Standard •*• AM 0, ON Grease Job AND Oil Change SERVICE Board Proceedings BOAHl! PROCEEDINGS Regular June Session 1959 THIRTEENTH DAY JULY 1. 1859 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, J Chairman, Charles Newel, John Rode. Charles Plathe and Jens Sorensen, Absem: None. . .driving worry-free and thrifty on Standard's quality gasolines with built-in gas-savers that give Bonus Miles. High octane stops gas-wasting knock. A corrosion inhibitor helps keep carburetors at high-mileage efficiency. Cleaner combustion keeps engines freer of carbon. And GOLD CROWN rejuvenates most fouled spark plugs, saves gas. Before you leave see vour Standard Oil Dealer for specialized lubrication, a. fresh fiU of Super P JMAWBE Motor OU and a tankful of GOLD CROWN Super^renuum >r RED CROWN ICing-Size Regular-/wi>e a good trip! You expect more from Standard,,,and'you get itl STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER Phone CY

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