The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1946 · Page 9
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I i • TABOYS ACK ON FURLOUGH THREE WEEKS .i4k6tfl: Everett Thompson Is njoying a 21-day furlough from sfvice and is visiting his par- htS Mr. arid Mrs. Lauren ffhompson. $enry Eggcrth is also h A 31 -day furlough with his firente Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Eg- erth, between Lakota and Swea Sity.' Everett and Henry both ent into service at-Fort Lewis June; 1945 and took training crc, then Everett was sent to Paso, Tex., and Henry went to cnver, Colo, Everett reports »r duty at Fort Lewis MafSh 1 fhd Henry also reports for duty t Fort Lewis March 2, so the oys plan on going to their amps together again. Mrs. Emory Smith and two ns were Visiting at Swea City st week. Tuesday. Mrs, ft. 0. 'Johnson celebrated birthday last week Tuesday ith a coffee party at her home. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknocht d Emrria Gutknccht were Al- |rt Lea visitors last week Multerstrom of Baraboo, is., was a visitor at the F. G. ferincs last week Tuesday. Ed-iS brother-in-law of Mr. Torine. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, jnma Gutkneeht and Mrs. Lotie Isenberger drove to Algona, t ore Miss Gutknecht and Mrs. nberger Visited Mrs. Ida Gut- 3Cht, . if Mrs. Will Kionitz went to Eau Claire, Wis., and to Minneapolis, (OMinn., last week for a visit with .lelatives. -Mr. Kienitz went to 'Minneapolis Sunday and brought iher home. Dave Patterson and sons ftenneth and Dale, Lakota, and Mrs. August Christ, Wells, Minn., drove to Fort Dodge where Dale Had tonsils and adenoids remov- (Sd at the Lutheran hospital. ?•: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sanders of Ldng Beach, Calif., visited at the Clyde Sanders here last week Saturday. Clyde Sanders has been seriously ill since last week Sunday but is'much improved at .this time. - Last wee'kend and first of the "week visitors at the Lauren -Thompson home west of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Real Thompson, Forest City, the Donald Swans of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cross, also of Waterloo. >"' A daughter, who has been named Karen Louise, was born Thursday night, Feb. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. George Baumann, east of town, at the Buffalo Center hospital. There are 'five boys in the family and this is the first girl. .The Herman Wirtjes were Saturday night visitors with Mrs. -•IJpnrjr'tKUne and John Bersch- mari, Sunday, the August Petersons of Swea City were visitors and Monday August Eisenhouer and son of Buffalo, Center also visited there. The'Gutknechts received word . a weekago o'f'the death of the 'i little soh, Dean Frederick, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kienitz at their \ home in Wisconsin. Leo Kienitz is. former resident of Lakota .when he was employed in the Gutknecht store. He is a cousin iof the Gutknechts. : -Messrs. and Mesdames Otto Koppen, Orvillc Koppen, Edward Hagge, J. H. War-burton, Emory .Smith" and Lauren Thompson at'. tended the "sub-district Methodist Brotherhood meeting a't Forest City last week Monday evening for the monthly meeting with the women as /guests and about 200 were t>fes6flt. ' Hflnha Heetiahd celebrated a birthday last Sunday with dinner at the Jerry Heetlands, supper at the George Heetlands, with Mf. and Mrs. Abel Behr- erids, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heetland ahd daughter Joyce of ftenwick also as guests. Last week Monday afternoon a few friends called for . a coffee party. • Mrs. Emma Smith was hostess to the Methodist W. Si C. S. at the Frank Lewis home last week Wednesday afternoon with a good crowd present, Following the business meeting Mrs. Emory Smith and Mrs. Otto Koppen gave the lesson Which proved very interesting. : The new Study books, The Cross Over Africa, were used. The next meeting will be with Mrs, Edward Hagge, March 18. • LOTTS CREEK KIN ATTEND WEDDING Lotts Creek: Relatives from here who attended the wedding Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, at the Baptist church at Bancroft for,Lorretta Bradland and Mar- vin'Luedtke of Penton were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach and family and Art Luedtke and Viola. Bill Gcngler, Whittemore, called Monday, Feb. .18, on the N. Genglers. John Metzger, who .rented a farm near RSngsted, moved Wednesday, Feb. 20. Arlen Kohlwes drove to Fort Dodge Monday, Feb. 18, tr^ bring boxes for the cheese factory. Orville Kressin entered the Kossuth hospital Thursday morning to undergo an appendicitis operation. Mrs. Ray Vigdal visited Tuesday, Feb. 19, with her mother Mrs. Ben Reid, whose birthday was that day. Mrs. Anna Meyer of Fenton is helping at the Gus Kraus'e's with butchering. Mrs. Krause, who has been, quite sick, is improving slowly. Mr. find Mrs. Herman Mittag, Mrs. Herman Hintz and Mrs. Lydia Wetzel were entertained at Pinocle at the John Schallins Monday evening, Feb. 18. Mrs. Walter Ohm and Miss Eleanora Pompe, 'both of Waterloo, came Monday, Feb. 18, to help the Albert Kressins with butchering. They returned Friday. Harold Wolter and Glen Opheim drove to Minneapolis Wednesday for medical treatment. Mrs. Nate Wexler, who is visiting here from New York, accompanied them to visit with her husband's mother. - : • • •Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer'and son Elyiri of Whit.temore and Miss lieona Kinnetz of Emmetsburg and. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer from here visited at the Edwin Lieb home. Wednesday evening. The occasion -was Francis's birthday. BURT CIRCLE HAS CHICKEN DINNER Burt: Circle C of the Presbyterian Woman's Council had a chicken dinner at the home of the chairman Mrs. Lewis Lavsen last Wednesday evening. The members were seated at small tables. On the plac.? cards the first names with the letters spelled backwards were used. It happened to be Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks' birthday, so "Happy Birthday" was sung for her. It was the final circle meeting of the year. The Bid or Bye club met last Wednesday evening with Betty Hutzel. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. J. Lockwood. Curtis Holding, Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Thursday, 'being called here by death of his father, James N. Holding. The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Zanke. The Tom Trenarys were supper guests last Tuesday evening at the Ralph Dugan home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs, Mann at Thompson last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry spent the weekend with relatives at Anita. Mr. Spry is repairman for the Burt Telephone Co. • Donald Nordin arrived home last Tuesday from San Diego, Calif., where he had completed his boot training in the navy. Kenneth Trenary left Monday for Fort Snelling after spending a GO-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary. He reenlisted in the army before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse, Alvina and Albert, were called to Emmetsburg Thursday by death of a nephew of Mrs. Hasse, Arnold Wojahn, -who was fatally hurt when he was struck by a grindstone. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Irmscher left Tuesday after spending a week with their niece, Lurena Wessel. They were to spend a day or two in .Algona before returning to their home near Colesburg. Pvt. Melvin Graham left Tuesday for Mason City to spend a few days with his brothers and sisters before returning to Virginia where he is stationed. He had spent a couple of weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent a week ago Sunday at the home of Dale's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Dale also spent from. Monday to Wednesday here, "He was recently discharged from the army. On Monday he returned to his former job at the UnitecJ Home Bank arid Trust Co. in!Mason City. . - ALGONA UPPER t>ES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. Hurt Band Attend* Musicians Clinic Burt: Most of the .werjibets of the Burt band attehS(*d the baftd clinic at Forest City Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. LockWodd, O. J. F. Vogol, Erfta - paafs And Kenneth Patterson took . Idads, Three Burt placers, Shifley Lockwood, who plays the flute, Stella Rachut and Beverly Ditsworth, saxophone players, played in the 175-piece band, \vhitth gave an evening concert. Mdst of the day was devoted to plfac- tice. The band was directed by Alvin Edgar, Ames, arid My.-pn Russell, Cedar Falls. BODE GIRL TO BE BRIDE MARCH 4 Bode: A pro-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given in the Bode Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20, for Miss Genora Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Johnson, whose marriage to Conrad Rossing, don of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rossing; of Bode, takes place on Monday evening, March 4, at 8 o'clock in the Thor Trinity Lutheran church, near Hardy 100 invitations were . issued for the occasion 'by Mrs. Amos Johnson, and Mrs. A. C. Rossing, assisted by Mrs. Andrew Axdabl, Mrs, Ole Larson, and Mrs. Clarence Michaelson of Hardy, and Mrs. Fred Frost and Mrs. Richard Rossing cf Bode. A program Was arranged for the afternoon* with Mrs. Lewis Ber^iim in charge, which included a musical entertainment provided by Mrs. T, T. Thompson, with several readings', after which refreshments were served by the hostesses. Miss Johnson received many beautiful gifts. To Reopen Wealey Oil Station Soon Wesley: The oil station at the east end of Main street on .the not th side has. beeri repaired, arid redecorated and Albert. Neuroth will operate' a. 'Skelley' gas Station there as soon v as ..the gas tanks arc installed, .-Neiiroth operated Del . BeritQri's';; Standard Station till last fall; ;"-,-• - ' : Weslcyan To Wctf, i .'-;.v : Wesley: Banns;; of marriage were published for, Afyifx LOeBig and Adelaide: Shedda :lri the' Sfc, Joseph's' Catholic- chiitctt Sunday. She teaches at COriroy but ' the couple wil • be •married, "-at. .her home at Chelsea, 'Sh&r : '.w,as.' a teacher in the local'public, sch'ool last year. ••/'••• ; -U-.' : -': ; '.• < \o., An I.lmllM III the C'li>-AV»Alitoiili, loM-i, nuU l'rolill>r<linc <lie. : . Krecll.m : : of Any lIuIldiiiK -or .SOunture u{ ABJ- Ifliiil cir Addldoii Th<--*<6"or.- Xnl>. »t«HH>l AHornnilon Thereof UHtdn S«*h Limit « ('nlcim (ho Outer \VM1U j* Mrtd* of ttrlck, 5l(o«e or Otb»* N*>n-<-nmbii»tll>l<> Mnlrrlal UHli Fttf Front naot and I'MnlilInK tot tt*- KftoVHl at Any Mtrnotiiri'N I1r<-rt*il Cnnltnrr <o (he I'rovlNtonn at •thin Ofdlontieri A(*o Prnvdllnft Penult}- tnt VIolntloiiM n ml lleprnllne Vnrnt- i* (tt-illnnnef« |.>lnlill*),ln K fin Limit* In I hi* fltf, nnil nnd l tIK IT onDAIN'KI) by the City Council of the City of Alsonn, Iowa: .Srvtluli 1, That tins fire limits within the (,'lty of Alifona, Iowa, arc I crchy defined nnd -csiabllshcd as follows, to-wlt: Coinmcncliiff at Hie middle of the Intersection of .State and Uldsley Streets ot (he City of Alsona and running thence North alont? the center of Itldeley HI reel to a point rnarklns the middle of the alley It- llloi.-k seventeen (17) of the Original J'lat of Alg-oiia, Jown, extended; thence Kast alotiK tic center of the alley In said liloek Keventeei: (]7) to the center of Wlllllams .Street; thence North alonn the -center of WllllHins .Street to llic center of the Intei-Kecllon of Wllllnmx Klvecl and Call Streel; tbcneo Kasl iilorc the center lino of Call SI reel to Hie In- lerseellon of (.'all Street and Jlall Street; II oiioi! Norlh aloiiK the ecn- (er of Ibill Klrect lo Ihe center of the li-li'i-soellon of Hall SlP-eet and Norlh Klreel; Iheiu-e Kimt n loner the cenlc'i- llni! of North HI reel lo Ihe .cenlcr of the IntiM-xeellon of North Street and Moore SI reel; I hence Koutli RlonK tin- centvr line of Moore Slrnel lo Hie (!enler line of Hie alley thrutlKli liloek Thi-ep (:i) ol the UrlATlnal I'lut of AljJromi, Iowa; lliriiiio Mast nloni; Ihe center line ol I he 'ill Icy In snld I Hock Throe C!) to tl.e cei.-Ier line or Marian Street: thence .South lo Ihe center of Ihe Intersection of Ifiirlan and Call .Slreels; thence Knsl alont? the cen- ler line of Call Slri'ei (o the eerier of the intersection of ('all and Mln- nesolii .Streets: (hence south to tl e ci-nter line of the nlley In liloek Tw-ei-ly-foiir (L'l) of Ihe OrlKlnnl Town of Alarum extended; Iheiice due I-^ast alonw (lie center line of the alleys in Mlocks 221, 2LT,, 22U, and 227 of Call's Addition, lo the eerier line of Phillips Sired; thence due Houll aloiiK the ceiHer line, of Phillips Street to the Intersection of said line with the cert-^r line of Ihe alley running cast and west tlminKli Blocks 2'.'.!), 2B8, nnd 237 of Call's Stale Slrcet Addition to Al- (fona. extundeO: thence due West alorff Ihe center line of said alle\ Ihroiigrli said Dloeks 2:il), 2.1S and L'S? of Cull's .Slate Slrcet Addition to the center line of \Vooster Street: thence south along the center of \Voostei Street to a point upon the South line of NulmiKkn Street exterdcd eastward; uionce \\'cst to the center line of Minnesota Street'. thence South alonj? the cenler of Minnesota Street to a point opposite Ihe conler line of the alley In ISIoek Forty- •elKht (IS) of the Original I'lat of Aleoivi; tlicnce West nloiiK the center of said nlley to Ihe center line of .lon-es Street and McGregor Street; therce West alone II. e cen ler line of McGregor Street to the center of tj-.n Inlersectloi: of Mc- Orepror Street and Iliirhin Street; thence North along the center lire of llarlan .Street to the cenler line of the alley In P.loek -1(1 of the Original Plot of Algona. thence due West along the center lire of suld alley in Block 10 anil ll.e alleyss In Blocks -15, H and -13; thence north 'along the center ot Hall Street to tV.e center line of the nlley In nioek Thirty (SO) of the Original Plat, extended; thence Wesl along the center lire of Ihe alleys through IJIorkN Thlrlv-one (SI) nnd Thirl v- Iwo (.12) of the Original Pint to 11 i ^center of Hhlglcy street: thence Norlh along the center line of TTIdg- le.v Street to nolrt of beirlnnlng. S«rtl<>» y. Thnl nil buildings con- Hi runted wllhln the fire limits of the fjltv of Aluronn. lown. us fixod In •Scetlon t hereof shall I jive outer walls made of brick, iron, store, mor- '.ticr or other non-combustible rnn- t'crlnl with fire-proof roofs, and (!•" w!ftll« thereof sliall be as herelnnfter J*enulrnd. Cellar walls of buildine-s rit. :nor- •^exccedl'n'?' ,'two i -stories-. In hfilffl't sha'll not be' le'ss' Ihaii 'twelve Inch relnfoveeit conc-rete eonstvuctlon or the orinlval-ent. thereof nt the top To Operate A New Business In Wesley Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Newbrough of Polk City have rented the house north of main street from Joe Miller and moved in Thursday! Considerable.-;- repair and redecorating work' had been done to the house. '.'..,.: NSwbrough will do' general trucking and cornshelling. His parents moved from Polk' City to the Higdon farm south of Hutch iris which they purchased. KCQ o $ orr PRESSURE COOKER .. the OnlyjMuiti-Dnty, Saucepan Type Pressure Cpofc^^ Pitented HOMEC Seal IT'tTHE CQKE^RQWD U A M m U 2 * .- r \ * '' iwiliifetei-if •*,',? y.fe iftt, ! ..£JSJ;S-'^W^ ^:M^I •VOVB STORK: ... for Earliest Possible Delivery of Your New tcltli footings <U Icnst two feet anil six Inches, and of buildings of more than two Btorles In lielgl.l the cellar walls Rlmll bo not less than twetity- oni) Inches In tlilckneiui at the top •with fonllnpH of nt Icnst three fi'ct rt.nd thrco lncl.fi.", and of buildings throo Btoi'lM In -(might or If.ss nnd not mote than twenty-five feet and B!X Inches wide, Inc'liullng lirlcK vcncefcd building?, the outer walls shall be not less than twrlvn Inches In thickness. All main partition walls shad be of fire-proof material, and If of brick or stone shall be nt least eight Inches In thickness. The roofs of all bnlldlnfis In the fire limits shall be subslanllally covered with (food metal, slate or other fireproof materials. In buildings of one story In height, where th-e outer n'alj Is not a party wall or Immediately adjacent to any other bulldlnff. said wall If r.ot less than eldbt Inches solid brick, with an air spac') ntid .with ;heador course of brick every sc.Von.tli.cotirse, shall be deem-' pil HuffIble'vU. to comply with tie foreffolnur provisions of this ordinance, {••••• S«-<;«li>h it.. This ordinance shall be so construed ax to prevent any frame buildings', the erection of which Is herein prohibited, from be- liuc placed wltl.ln the fire limits, cither by removal or otherwise, or be removed to any other place within .-.'aJd limits. No wooden building n-lthln the HBId fire limits which becomes damaged or decayed to (he •extent of fifty per cent of Die original thereof, by fire, or other (•n.'nml- l.v or decay, shall hi; repiilred or rebuilt; and no bulldliiK shall hi; repaired so o.s to be raised higher or to occupy a greater space than before, unless said biilldlnu corresponds In the material nnd manner of construction with Section '1 hereof. Srrtlon 4. The amount of or the extent of damage or decay or deterioration that may be done to any btilldlritf may be delcrinlned by three disinterested persons, residents of snld I'lty, one of whom shall be chosen by the owner of the. htilldlr.K. the .second ; by the Mayor, and lhc two thus cl.oson shnll select the third: If the owner refuses I" make a'seleetlon. the Mnynr mny sclecl for him; and the decision of the persons thus chosen or a majority thereof, si-all be filial and conclusive, ami shall he reported to the Council. Scrllou 5. .Any building or tiilill- Hons to building's erected or made will.In said limits In violation of (he terms hereof are hereby declared to be public. nuisances, ilv-.d it shall be the'duly; of I he chief of lie fire department or the City Mai'Klinl to forthwith .abate the same, and any 7>erson violating any of the provisions .of this ordinance by building or aiding 1 In building any structure l:ere(n prohibited shall bn deemed grtilltv of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall lv: fined no( less than $"i,00 nor more than J100.no and shall he .|min-l?on<-d until the same is paid, • providing (he lerms <»f Imprisonment Him!! not exeee.d thirty. davs.'..Tho cost - of n'h».lliifr ar.y suel. ndlsanec shall be cnllecl.nd from the owner-of the property, and may be established as a Hen upon the bulldlnjf or the material thereof. Kach day's viola/lion of any of the provisions of tills ordlnahcfc shall const (lute n. 'separate offense. Secllon «. That no building of any kind shall hereafter be erected or structurally altered or repaired In the City of Alffona, Iowa, within the said fire limits above described In violation of any of the require* Inents of tills ordinance and without a building permit In wi-IUns as elsewhere provided In the Ordinances of tl.e City of Alfrona. Scvllon 1, That Ordinances No. 2;!7 and 280 of the Ordinances of the City of AlEotm.' with respect to Fire Limits, and Ordinances No. 2.'!0, 2:i7, 2SS and 202 with respect to llesl- denee Districts, be and they are hereby expressly repealed, and all oilier Ordinances In conflict herewith are l.ereby repealed. Secdiin H, This Ordinance shall he In force and erf-eef from and after Its passage and publication .RH provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Almond, Jown. this 21 day of February, 1IM6. ADAH- CAItl.SO.V, City Ulerk. Approved by me this it day of February, J!)|i;. KIIANK KOIIt.HAAH. JVfuyor of the City of AlKOiui. Iowa. The above Ordinance No. '.'SO is Hereby duly ntithenllcnted ll.ls 21 day of February, 1940. JPACSM FRANK KOttl>MAA9, (SEAL) . Mai-or.. 1 ' ADAH CAHt^ON,, '.--., s city eiefft.s J UPSET Sf OMACttS ; V1ELO INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAf "I was so full of gas 1 Was' afraid I'd burst. S6ur t blttef; substance rose up in my throat • from my upset stomach after : meals. I got SYS-TONE, arid Jt ' worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Waistline is way down now. Meals are a pleasure, I praise Sys-Tone to the sky."-— This is an actual testimonial from a man living right here In Algona, SYS-TONE is the new formula containing medicinal juices from; 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver ahd kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering—Get Sys-^ Tone. Lusby & Giossl Dftlg Store. Radiator Repairing Material and Labor Guaranteed 48-hour Service Chefs Used Auto Parts Phone 371 Algona, la. Th«l«ll«dCheek-Slrip« by "Elmbrook" with flattering drop sleev« [at that new look in suits. Sim 12 to 18. SM Th« Clisiie Cardigan .. «v«r popular. Soft pasUls for Sprinj. Hand picked «d3«.Siies12«o18. $84 * iASV TO HANDLE 4-QUART SIZE Win«*a Froritl Th« wft silhou- ett«, Cr«cefjl d«t»il» in » COOKS A MEAL IH A MATTER OF i INUTES njMffV. -L . , •*" ^fiSNli^f^H?.-^: .).-.•* ':i •^h^««k.«Ba •ft^'Ba* ^^w - •_ • ' i s' s.-fjj'JSi"*'.*'<• V"1 t* ; ('$i?*3\'£y i.v < *

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