The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 17
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14, • MOTHERS HONORED BY LED YARD GROUP Le-dyard: The Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service- met at the chtffCh Thu'fs'day afternoon with Mrs. Carl Burrows ; as hostess. As the ladies came .into the church flowers were .pinned on the ladies who were grandmothers. The program w,as in observance of.-Mothers Bay, and Mrs. Edward Halvorsbn . led devotions. . Mrs. Edward Looft and Mrs. Albert Looft gave appropriate readings and Mrs. Glenn Burrows sang a solo. Gifts and corsages were presented to the oldest mother, Mrs. Harriett •Sprank; .the youngest mother, Mrs. E. Jones; the mother with the most children, Mrs. Albert Barnes and Mrs. Ray Wenlworth; and to the mother with the youngest child, Mrs. Richard Brouwer. • H" P, H. M/3-3 Pearle arrived home Thursday morning, having just received her discharge from the Waves at Wash- ^ngtort.. Pearle was in service 18 montHS. She received her boot training at Hunter college in •New ; Vork and her hospital training in Bethesda, Maryland. All of her months'in service She was s'ta'tloned in the Naval hospital at Philadelphia. Pearle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth artd she plans to stay at home for .the present. •Mr.;and Mrsl Bert.Seifert. visited at the home of their son Dale Seifert and family nt Albert Lea last Sunday. Wilson Brack returned home from,Rochester on Tuesday. He is able tb be up and about and at the store part of the time. Mrs. Orville Anderson of Des Moines and Mrs. Margaret Loofl came Monday,to visit at the Albert Looft home. Mrs. Looft spent the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anderson, in Des Moines but plans to remain here for the summer. SIX YEAR OLD IS "ADOPTED" BY THE SENECA 0,8..W. A. Seneca: The Seneca Unit of United Service Women -held their regular business meeting at the home of Mrs. A. E. Nelson Tuesday, May 7, with Mrs. Fred Brown, the assistant .hostess. This unit has adopted a veteran's six-year-old daughter and Will supply her material needs. The group will start sewjng carpet rags in Jufie and during the intervening time will collect playing cards and prizes which may be used at veterans' hospitals. Women in attendance were the chairman, Mrs. Hans Thompson, also Mesdamcs Eula Williamson, Die Oftedahl, Martin Wilberg, John Belrfends, James Nyman, Alfred Godfredson, Gottlieb Kracht, Sheldon Merrill, James Doocy, Fred Jensen, and Roy Osborn. Wood Flare Wagon Boxes Large Cobey Rubber Tired Wagons Woo'd Water Tanks Steel Water Tanks Poultry Feeders and Waterers Hog Feeders and Waterers Tractor Sweep Rakes Windrowers for 7 ft. Mowers Folding Harrow Drawbars Lime Spreaders Grain Blowers Cradle Lifts for Elevators Tractor Tires, Tubes, Rims Power Lawn Mowers Garden Cultivators Electric Pump Jacks DeLaval Cream Separators DeLaval Milking Machines F-M 4% h. p. Gas'Engines Tractor Umbrellas Saw Blades Hammermills and Belts Fuel Storage Tanks Hog and Cattle "Curri-Oilers" US€D FARM EQUIPMiNT Several Sets of Tractor Tires. Burr Mills. Hammermills. Jayhawk Stacker on Rubber. Cream Separator. Wagon Box. Pump Jacks. Steel Wheels. Fanning Mill. Tractor Chains. Mowers. IHC.15-SO Tractor. Electric Welder. 3 Wagon Boxes. 2 Wagon Gears, 1 on tires. F-12 Tractor on New Tires, with cultivator. Woods 5-ft. Combine. SERVICE REPAIRS SALES Allis Chalmers :;•-, . -/Oliver , New Idea Massey-Harris . •. , ..•• . , . - • DeLaval Dairy Equipment. Hydraulic [.'Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders. stone Tires. GMC Trucks. Tractolube Oil. Crow's Hybrid Corn. Fire- PHONE 714 ALGONA, IOWA ' The THRILL of landing a BIG one \.,. .You Can't Beat HI ttSttot Gold Star Parents Mr. - and Mi-s. Pete were among the gold star parents honored at a Ringsted Community club Veterans' dinner held at Ringsted Thursday evening, May 2. Frank Miles, candidate for governor on the democratic tick* el, was the guest speaker. Eftleiftain Ydung People's Thomas Curtis was a dinner and supper guest Sunday at the 1 Jens Peterson home. Other supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen and sons and -Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Graham of Ringsted. Family Honors Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg honored their daughter Dolores on her fifteenth birthday anniversary last Friday evening by having a family get-together in her honor. Present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen and family, Mi', and Mrs Albert UHestad, Mr. and Mrs Ronald Carey and son, Mr. and •Mrs. Jerrold Halverson and daughter, all of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson of Cylinder. Celebrate Two Birthdays Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Delores Wilberg were honored at a birthday party held for them Mopday evening at the Otto Wilberg home. Helping celebrate the point birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason- ,and children of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Manno Pietersen and sons of Haifa, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Laiv son and family of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange and family of Lakota, Henry Wilberg and son, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Jensen spent Sunday at the Harold Rothler home in Livcrmorc. Joe Crowley, who has been ill and confined to his homo for the past several weeks, is now up and about again. Hans M. Jensen, who submitted to a major operation at the Holy Family hospital recently, is now home again and is improving nicely. Velma Hanson has been assisting with household duties, at the Francis Foley home during Mrs. Foley's illness. Reports are that Mrs. Foley is improving satisfactory. That evening the Young" People's Group of the St. Johns congregation of Ringsted were quests at the Petersen home. This was their scheduled meeting which is social in nature. Ledyard News Jean Gabel Discharged ,fSf KdPt 3-c Jean Gabel arrived home Saturday, having just received her discharge from the Waves. Jean took her boot training at Hunter college in New York and then was sent to Pescal, Washington, for 14 months. Since September she has been at a separation center at the United States Naval Yards at-Bremerton, Washinton. Before coming home she spent ten days in Los Awgeles visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Madsen, Jean plans to be at home this summer and go back to college in .the fall. She has had .one year at Waldorf college at Forest City. Students Attend Veisha The Senior class, accompanied •by Supt Richard Brouwer went to Ames Friday to attend Vei- sha. TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long way beforfi you can better .the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want jfds! AT/JONA KJWA- Mrs. Wm. Poppe attended a Lutheran Missionary conve'htio* at Titonka Thursday. Mrs. D. B. Mayer accompanied Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Anderson of •Swea to Manka'tb on Tuesday. Melva Burrows, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burrows, has been sick this week with the measles. Mrs. Elmer Rhodes Of Los Angeles, who is visiting her brother and family, the Aubrey Waterhouses, was a guest Thursday at the Bernje t Looft home near Swca'Cilj^On Wednesday evening she wag, a guest for dinner at the D. Bi' J Mayer home. AX OISHINANCK FIX I NO AND TiK- TKKMI.S'INU THK WIDTH OK A I'AIlT OK IJIAIJONAL HTHBF/I' OVKK ANU ACROSS A 1'OIITION III' 1 HI.r.H.!K ONIO Ilt'N'IlllKD KICHTV-KIGHT (1S8) ANIiOVKIl ANIi Af.'UOSS A I'OHTION OF HLOCK OMO HUNDKKD Flr-'TV- SKVKN (If.i) AND OVIOH ANU ACROSS HLOC'K ON'M HCNDUrU) KKHITV-.SIX (1X8;. AM, IN CALL'S AUDITION TO ALUONA, IOWA, AND KIXINO USTAHUSH- 1X0 THK LOCATION TIIIOUKOI' 1 . l!K IT OHDAIXIOD by the Oily Council of tl.fi CHy of Algona, Iowa: Mrrllon One. Tlml (he.width of DliiR-onal .Slreet OVPC and across a portion of Itiock One Hundred Highly eight (IBS; of (.'all's Addition to Algona, Iowa, and over unil .across lilock Onp Humlixnl Kighiy-slx (ISO) of Call's Aildltlon In AlKona;' Iowa, and over and across a portion" of lilook One Hundred Klfly-Hoveh (157) of fall's Addition to Alguna, Iowa, be and the sum* Is now fixed, established and dcter- inlned nl .Seventy-four and in/iootlis (7-l.2rij foot. Socdon Tlvo, That the location of that part, of DlaKonal Street over niid across a porilnn of Mlnck One Hundred Kltfli- ly-plpfhl (1S8) of Call's Addition to ^VlM'ona, I own, and over and across lilock Ono Hundred Highly Mix (LSii) "f ('all's Addition to AlRonn, Iowa, and over and across a portion of lilock Ono Hundred Fifty-seven (ir,7) of Call's Addition to Alfjona, Iowa, lie and tit 1 same Is now flxt'd, determined and established so that tln> North-West boundary line of said Street shall be u stralRhl line I'omniuiR'IiiK nt a point which is KlKhty-clifht and !I7/100tliH (88.97) I'cot South (,f the Northeast corner of Lot Three U) In Block One Hundred KlK-hty-eiRl t.dSS) of Call's Addition to Al^ona, Iowa, and runr.lnff thence In a Northeasterly direction to point on the lOast line of P.loek One HunilrCd Fifty-seven (157) In Call's Addltior. to AlRona, Iowa, which Is Ten and Oil/IOOtlis (10.SO| feet Nol'lli of the Southeast corner of said llloclc One' Hundred Flfly-sevei (I."i7) In Call's Addition to Algomi, Iowa. .tertlon Tliree. That UiI/T: Ordinance shall be In pill force aiid effet't from and al'tet its passase and j)uhllcatlon as provided l>y law. MASKHD AND ADOFTIOD by th City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, on tl:Is 25 day of April, 1946. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. Approved by me this 2ii day of April, 19.|G._ . •/..'FRANK KOHLHAAS. Mayor The foregohiK Onllnnncc No. 281 Is duly authenticated this 25 day of April, 10-10. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. (SKAL) FRANK KOHLTTAAS, Mayor. AN OnnlN .PORTION < CR VACATING THAT OF LANTTtY STIiKF/T . r KTNDIQN' 'S'PJtK AND DfAGONAL' feTRTOKT AND VACATTNG THAT PORTION OF LI NDRN 7 ; STRKKT BETWEEN LANTRY.RTRTCRT AND DIAGONAL STRK'MT AND AUTHORIZING THK MAYOR OV THR CITY OF "ALGONA. IOWA. TO CONVEY THK PORTIONS OF SATD STRKETS THUS VACATED TO AT).IACKNT 'OW-NI3RR. BK IT Oil DA TN ED by the City Let Us Make Your Old Shops Like New Again — <\V Do Expert Repair-link. ,-Our New Location: ! Behind Kent Motors ; ANNOUNC€M€NT We Ai-e Now Buying At WESLEY STOCKYARDS Fair Grading—Top Market JPrices— Large or Small Consignn^nts Don McCarthy Bring Veals on Saturday''Mornings Ees, Phone—St. Benedict 6 or TRADE SCHOOL Yes, yg«r tuition up tp $500 per ordi' of (^Uege^ hjisiQcw w? tr«<l? You also X »^%'*W5 per mnth Jjying «BQW^^$g9 if yq« J?«ye 4cpen4pll. tWt if tlhe pppprt\in|ty ppen, '' S*S Council of tlin City nf Algonn, Town: Srdlnti nttf. Tlml nil or tlmt port Ion of bnnlry Sll'ofl (if Ilin Clly of AlK'ni'if JoXvn, from Ilio Son Hi lino tit LliuK-n Street In Ilio Nii|.||i-\Vf.M Him iif [ilngruiinl Sli-ool ol' the City of AlRoi.ii-Im-ami Ihn Hiimr- Is hr-iT'liy vticntc'fl. Sortfoll Tiio, Tint Ilio Miiyoi- or HIP Clly nf Al- W>nn. lown. be nnd h-n In liereby fuH horlxfMl mid onipnxvnrf'd to convoy to HIP InilPpPiulcnl School Dlsl rlcL of AiKnmi, .IOWM. b.\- quit claim '»U»P<1 for u eoiifldpi-iiHon of Ore Uolliif ($l.00( Hint portion of Lnntry StrpPt. llniH vncntpd mid morn fmrtlculni'ly 'loHrrlbPtl «M follows: ComnipiicliDf at HIP Xorllrenst. corner of l.ol OUP U) In Illock One llilt:ilrprl KlKlity-seven U«7| of Cull's Addition lo AlK'bmi, lo\vii, IIM point (if bPtflnnhiR 1 ; running HIPIICP due- Knsl to HIP \Vo«t llr.p of HIP rlfchl-iif-wny of Hip Clilcjifro t<t Nori 1 wpstorn linllwny Coinpnny HiKbl-of- \\*:iy; Hipiu.'* 1 SontliwcstPrly nlonK the west line of Kiilil rln'lit- of-way to Hn> point vvliore snitl line InlP.i-sr-iMH ihn (Oasl linp of Lot One (1), lilock (JIIP llnndrei] I^lffhty-seven (Is?) riforcsnirl; Hienee due Norlb nloiiK Hip lOnsl. line of snlil Mtoulc <IPP (1) to point of bpjfinninn;. Tlmt Ibp Mnyoi of tl pCity of Al- Koria. lown, be find IIP IM IvorPby aiithnrlzed , nnd pmpowcvpit to pon- \'py to the Chlpaffo &. NorttiwpHtPMi •Itullwny Compnny liy dull plniin deed for a consklpratiun of fine Iir>I- Inr ($1.00) all of (ho r<>ninlnder nf tl.nl portion of Lnntry Street thus vacatPd and IHOITC particularly described as lollows: All thai pnrt of 7.antry Sliwt from th<> South Hup .of I.lniU-n Slrppt lo HIP North-\Vp*l HUP of lllllKonal Slrec-t of HIP City of AlRona. p.vppplliiK tl prpfroin the followJiiK: Commencing a I HIP Northeast corner of I,ot One (1) In mock One Hundred Klf<hty-Hpvpn MS") of Call's Addition to AlR'onn, Town, as point of bPKlnnlnK: running thence dm- Kast: to Ilio W-esl HUP of the rfglii -of-way of Hip C.'hlcago & iN'orthwpstprn Tiallway Company 7!lghl-of- M'ny: HIPIIPP Wonllnvpstprly along HIP %\'pst linp of said i'lftht-of-wny In Ih-o point wl pro said line. Intersects Ihp I'^ast linp f Lot On; U). DIocU Onp Hiin- flrpd lOiirhty-spvcn (187) aforesaid; them'p dnp North alon^ Hip Kasl line of said Illoek Onp (1) lo point of beginning. Si-rfliiii Tlirc-c. Thai all of that portion of Linden SI reel lylnir between HIP Kiisl lino of l^anlry Slreel and the Xorlh-AVpst, line of DlaKonal Street of Hip Cltv of Algona, Iowa, lie and Ilio samp Is hereby vacated, ( lleelloil Poiir. That the Mayor of live City of Al- gor.a, Iowa, lip and IIP Is hereby authorlxpd find empowered lo convey 10 the Chicago & Northwestern 3!all- way Co.mpany b>' (|uit claim deed for 11 consldprailnn of One Dollar ($1.00) nil (hat portion of Llndpn Street I bus vacalcd and nVscrllic.il as follows: That, port lot- of Linden .Street: of the City of Algonn, Jowa, lying between Ilio TOiist line of Lnnlrv Street of the City of Algona and the North-West line of Diagonal Street of the City of Algona, Iowa. / • ' " .. ' Section Five. That 11 Is ordinance, shall he In f fti'I f Wee n'fiiT ' e fteft'i. f rYffh 'a'^JJ tfttir , Its priHRflge ami iHinlTcatilin'-as Vffo* vlded by law. . •'> . I'ASSKI) AND AUOTTIOI.! hy t|)e Clly Council and approved by t!fte> Mayor of I he (Jlty of Algotm, It^fa, on this i"> ilny Of April. .11)4(1. :- : ADAH CAULSON,. City CleMt. Approved: F7!ANIv 7COIILHAAS, 3 MnySff The foregoing; Ordinance No. !£B2 was pasHed, nddpted a.nd nppro^d by the City Council of the Clty'.hf Algona. Town, and the Mayor thereof on Die 2T) ilny of April, ]!M6, >" A7)A7! , , Clly Cleflt. FitAN7\'. KOI7LHAAS,f MayiSr. wfcnf GOO/,. 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