The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1945 · Page 4
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S&i? 1 J'g-JSttMhi- •" -~,."' ->?> ttallite WEDATLAKOTA Swea city: A wedding of interest to Swea CHyans took place Sunday afternoon at three o'clock when (Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dontje, became the bride of John Karels, jr., of Bancroft. The wedding took place in the Lakota Presbyterian church, which was decorated with garden flowers. She ceremony forwed toy toe pastor, the Rev. BUSchmaiifi. :,/',. following the cfefismdnyj ft fe* ception tot 160 guests Was held tft the church parlors. A wedding supper Was given that evening at the home of the •bride's parents (for the close rela* lives. '',,.»„ •Mrs. Karels was graduated from the Swea City high school With the class Of 1944. The young couple will engage in farming: with his .brother, Otto, near Bancroft. Eddie Schmall, who makes his home with his sister, Mrs. Rose Used Tractor F-12 on Rubber with Cultivator Also used 229 Cultivator for F-20 New Machines Grain tank wagon boxes. Elevator wagon jack. Pickup baler. Farmers Friend and hydraulic manure loaders. Attachments, Etc. Tractor wheel weights. Standardized H Farmall power take-off attachment*. Tractor hitches for two-row International corn planter. Tractor paint. Magnetos. Cream separators. Hammermill belts. Fire extinguishers. Milking machines. Original equipment Auto-Lite batteries for Farmall tractors. Buy Your Binder Repairs NOW! Cargill Feeds Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tractor Tires and Tubes Pontiac Parts and Service Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 State and Jones Reynolds of thft Is suffeflfil with mM fefSf..Mrs. Reynolds, wfitole laiS HuifefiW ,,wa v S a brother of MM § k D. Schaatt of Algbna, t&em With thiS.ald Of her two tordtHe Mrs. deorge liaisttdB tssis with .painful bufifts on her haJid and face whefl the oven of he* gas stove exploded as shl WaiS tty* frig to light it last Tuesday. The oven had evidently become titled With gas fumes and wheh she applied the flame ; an explosion be* curred, burning her left hand and searing her face and forehead. Chaplain. iRi B. Borg ( 6f i'ine Camp, N. Y., was in town for .1 few hours last Saturday visiting friends and former parishioners of Immanuel Lutheran congregation. Rev. Borg, who Designed his pastorate here last year in order to become an army chaplain, was on his way to Parker's Prairie, Minn., to visit his parents, His wife and children remained in New York. Mrs. Belle Black and sons, Hugh and Paul, were dinner guests at the Floyd Smith home Sunday. Mrs. Black, who is Mr. Smith's sister, lives near Algona. Her son, Hugh, is in charge of the farm since the death of his father, the late James Black. The other son, Paul, is a major in the army and acts as legal consultant to the army personnel at Moore Field, Mission, Tex. He spent a short furlough with Algona and Swea City relatives last week, while his wife visited her mother at Carney, Nebraska. Friends of the Minkel family, former Swea Cityans, who later moved to Newton, received a telephone call from Mrs. Minkel on Friday telling of the arrival of her husiband, Maj. R. M. Minkel, in Chicago after more than three years overseas as medical officer with the 34th division. Dr. Minkel has seen action in Africa and Italy, caring for the wounded in actual combat, and was highly commended 'by officers and men of his unit. Mrs. Minkel and daughter, Susan, have made their home in Ft. Dodge EXPERT FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on us for the best furnace repair service in town. Under present conditions, it's especially im-i portant that you keep your furnace healthy. NEW FURNACES? If your present furnace— Eas, coal or oil-fired — it beyond use or repair, you can still buy a new Greed Colonial. A«fc us about it. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEdCOlOniHl FURIlflCE SERVICE EASY WAY TO PAINT WALLS AND WALLPAPER! •\ PRIES IN AN HOUR hang pictures, use •'loom the same day, no delay; ONE COAT COVERS wallpaper, old painted walls, plaster, brick, rough tilej ASK FOR SPEED-EASY... " ITS NAME TELLS THE STORY GOES ON EASY for truly projessfapl ~\fesultk tall your with either brush or handy roller^ «olid bidingj quickly, eaiUyj THINS WITH WATER gtllofl*—cooogb for v»U« one gtllon of Speed-Eaaymakw »P to lj^ gallon* of paint j When «44 mtes if It like getting «n LUMBER CO. . sbletftttlzed ift Catholic churchj ing» at 9 o'clock, whet youngest daughte* of MfV Tom Porburge^ was tifitted s In marriage to Larry _, YdlttiglWfth son ,of Mf; and Mrs. J6hft Y6iiftg« wlrtH. Rev. L. N, Kleitigeifdttfi- ed the single ring <«erenlony.-¥he bride was given in marria|e her father. The young couple were by Vera Fonburger, sister 6f the bride and by Dick Yotlhgwif.th brother of 'the groom; Joan Krieps, niece of the bride acted as flower girl and Johnny Yotmgwlrth brother of the groom, was Wng- bearer. . .The bride wore a white satin lace trimmed gown with a^ Ibni train and a trailing Veil, held in place /by a beaded tterra. She carried a bouquet of pink roses fine wore a necklace of pearls, a 'glfi of the groom. The bridesmaid was gowned In a light blue net over satin, floor length. She Wore a shoulder length veil with a flowered tiarra and she carried a' bouquet of carnations. The flower girl wore a yellow net floor length dress and a shoulder length ,veil and carried a basket of sweet jieas an pansles. The ringbearer wore a white suit. The 'bride's Bother wore a navy blue suit dress and the groom's mother wore a light blue suit dress. Their shoulder corsages -were of red roses. The men wore dark suits. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, ?^attended by more than 100 relatives and friends. Mrs. J. L., Haverly, Mrs. Miller of Sexton, Mrs. George Ward and Mrs. George Vitzthum •prepared the dinner. Cousins of the .bride and groom acted as waitresses. The young couple treated their many friends to a wedding dance in the Kleinpeter hall that evening. They will begin housekeeping in the G. L. Olson home. The new bride is a graduate of Wesley high school with the class of 1943, attended State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, and taught in ley high school and is a Fuller years. The groom is a member -of the 1936 graduating class of Wes- few weeks visit with their son, Dr. brush salesman. The U". Marco family have moved to the apartment above ..the Loebig cafe. • ,!• Joyce Ann youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman, spent last week with her sister, Lois in Mason City. Mrs. Ed Bramble left for her home at Sioux City, Monday. She had spent several, days at the Joe Meurer home. The ladies are twins. Sister Mary Herminigiled spent Lhe past week at her parental-Ed Hauptman Home. She is the former Mary Hauptman and taught school in South Dakota. Emma Studer reported that Mike Studer, son of'Mr. andvMrs. Roy Studer arid grandson of Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Studer of Excelsior, Minn., was reported missing in action over Okinawa. ^ Stanley Studer, oldest son of J. P. Studer, went to Milford, Monday, to visit classmates for a :ew days. He then returned to St. Lawrence college at Mt. Calvary :o continue his college course. Mrs. Vee Mullin entertained at 500 Thursday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Lon Gouge received high score prize, Mrs. E. Hutchinson, travel and 'Mrs. George Hildman, low score prize. Ruth Vitzthum. and friend, Rita Wilson, came Sunday morning for a month's 'visit at the former's parental George Vitzthum home. They have been employed in Los Angeles ' the past few months but will go to Portland, Ore., to do defense work. Ruth has been in the west.the past year. NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall, Algona, Iowa, until 8:00 o'clock P. M., June 21, 1945, for $30,000.00 Sewer bonds of the City of Algona, Iowa, at which time they will be referred to the City Council of said City at its meeting to be then held in the Council Chamber of said City Hall, and after receipt of which open bids will be received and the bonds will then be sold to the highest bidder for cash. Said bonds will be dated July 1, 1945, and will mature on November 1 of each of the years as follows: Year Amount 194Q $3,000.00 1947 $3,000.00 1948 $3,000.00 1949 $3,000.00 1950 $3,000.00 1951 $3,000.00 1952 S3.000.00 1953 $3,000,00 1954 $3,000.00 1955 $3,000.00 Both principal and interest are to be payable at the office of the City Treasurer, Algona, Iowa. All bids shall specify the rate of interest and, all other things being, equal, the bi4 pf pap and accrued interest pr better specifying the lowest interest rate will be given, preference, " Interest shall be payafeje November i, 1945, and s.pm}-annually thereafter, Purchaser shall furnish the printed bonds. 1 Thejsf beads are to &e issued for the purpose of defraying the cost of building and construction sewers in and for said City jjpd will constitute genera) obligations of said City. The City will furnish the approving opinion of BJessrs. Chapman, and Cutler, Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, and all bids must be so .conditioned. Eiders must furnish perti|ied check on a state or national bank for three per cent of the amount of bonds bid for $s guarantee of good faith, tijjs amoujni to be forfeited by $e Bu^essfuJ Bidder should he fail to take up and pay for fee toads when ready. The right i$ reserved tp reject any or all bids. By order of $ne City UN. Li fi\tffy-;i Bestenlejinef,. Singlet J6hfi fiestefilfterjld! Lillllt Beat*; enlehne^yttteband arid ^.VWfiSj James' rt. VljJ&M and* Cathe?' ihe Vipetid, MsBand and wife, And to all other persons, flrmS of corpoifatlbHS having any\ ih- terest' in all' or any part bf the following described real estate, to wit: ••- >. • ;, ; . . :•... • • " •• The Southeast Quarter (Sfi- Vt) of Section Nine (9) iti Township Ninety-five (95) North. Range Twenty-Nine (29) West of tMe 5th P, M.» Kossuth County, Iowa. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED^ That the City-of Algoria,. K6ssuth C6- Uiity. loWa, desirej/and his filed AppliSatioil f6r tne condemnation of all the, lands And parts thereof, the • consolidated description of which is as> follows: The Southeast Quarter (SE* V4) of Section Nine (9) in Township Ninety^five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., KossutJi County, Iowa. That said condemnation is being sought by the City of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, for the purpose of acquiring a Munich pal Airport'site for ,the City of Algona, Idwa, and for the purpose of establishing, erecting, and maintaining thereon a Municipal Airpbrt. That a Condemnation Commission has been appointed by the Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, as provided by law, for the purpose of appraising and assessing the damages Which will--be sustained by the owners, lien.hold- ers and persons interested in said land, which will be caused by said condemnation ana the appropriation of said real estate for said use. . '- ••: Oaietf? .'at-, Aigon^ow 2nd>'.di$ of Jtinei 1946i i . fflT¥ Of • AUSC-NfA, KOSSUTH COUNTY; m jjM: mm^sf-: itfjM .." ,"-•; •"-vf.M. «UMW •« 'j^irf^ifiv*: 'iieoMigto Shave Lotion .U., __. ,..$2,00 After Shave Talcum ,......,$2,00 llair Dressing ,.....,...,.........$2.00 (plus tax) l [. none HAIUIT '•' DRUGS and JEWELRY ..... • '',''.''". Carnation Milk Sunkist, Large 3 for CR'EFRUIT Sunkist LEMONS 6 for Clinton Puddings 4 fM 19c Ex. Fancy Winesap_4 Ibs. Ripe <tt TOMATOES. lOCJ ,~ ^-7T-i.i*ji».'f. ' r ijJt.-^----^ii-Jt-'-'ni.A-'' ii*~.' r • ^y'^Pr~^B Dromedary Gingerbread Mix I9c Sunkist. Head LETTUCE Green PEPPERS lb. Kraft pinner 3 for 29c Mew 15-lb.pk. POTATOES Bing Soda Crackers o;jK,t each39c-49e IN ONE POUND JARS •• MAXWELL HOUSE BP BROS. MM&, BMERNUT coon* IN QUALI'S V MEATS BOXCj ASSi G( i t|"?tliJW« 'f, City' Clerk. .-. . , OMAR Fl 50 i 52.19 WHEATffiS 1«t >!ttei?'-&p:9i • ^r^m^m^? ?m$t- ^HfH lljf TTT^PI DONH MADE FRESH Sr*^f.Jl WSf-'I'lP^ w. 7'|W«(V! *-,*•• ' • • £Sffi 'jm : Sm

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