The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 30, 1946
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PAGEFOUR- PENTON PASTOR IS HOME ffiOM WEST VACATION JOURNEY ton: Rev. and Mrs. A. Rehder and B.ert i3cFiulke, the letter ol Storm Lake, relumed Friday from an qxtcncled vnca- Upri ii) the West. They visited- in the Yellowstone, California, and while in Arizona they were fortunate to be able to attend an annual Indian powwow. In Stillwater, Okln., Bert Rehder and Iji.ert S.chulke contracted a strep tn.vpat, there being an epidemic in the vicinity at the time. They were both treated with penicillin and w.ere a'tol.e to continue the trip shortly. Rev. Render resumed his ministerial duties again Sunday at the Fairville Lutheran church. A Birthday Supper A supper was given at the Weber Yager home Sunday night ia honor of Mr. Yager's birth.dsy. following the supper the guwit.s played cards. I'IIOSD atlondmg the event were Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Yager, Mrs. Lcn.i Stumor, Mr. mi'i Mrs. C. O. Hailoy and I.;.Vonne, Mr. and Airs. AnuTs F'm- nestad and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Lorraine, and Willie Wilburg. Cam/fo/forf/e <* bum m AtcioNA wtm im Mflfm, Atmm WWA. Kossuth County, Iowa, and all Public' Highways included m District./ You and each of you are hereby notified that thete-is now WHEN WE//? PATMfl? BOU6HT7HEA1A HEL/COPrK Toy -AFW rtARS LfiTeK Circle Has Picnic ' Mrs. Frank McFall's Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Thursday at the church. Mrs. Russell Jensen gave the lesson on brotherhood. Mrs. MeFall led devotions. Following the meeting the group enjoyed a picnic lunch. One-half the circle membership were hostesses for the picnic and th.e remainder of the group will b,e hostesses for the Christinas party. Entertains Californian Mrs. Ado Ranney entertained in honor of Mrs. Bert Peck, Long Beach, Calif.. Friday afternoon. Guests present were Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mrs. John Munch, and Mrs. Orville Ranney. The afternoon was spent socially, after which time lunch was served. Mrs. Peck will leave for California August 1. St. Louis Dinner Guests Rollin Geronsin and his fiancee, Georgia Dunwald, both of St. Louis, were Wednesday dinner guests at the Dale Weisbrod home. IOWA Fftlffl BOV, .FVPST DOLUIRASA TV PUNV P/6S AMP CALVES. Parents of a Son I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Solbcrg arc parents of a boy born July 1C at the Estherville hospital. They have one other boy. Resigns al Market Marian Gade resigned at the Krause Market Saturday night and Beverly Sehulte lisa taken her place. Hostess at Tea Mrs. Nellie Wolfe gave a tea Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. T. O. Lively, Palestine, Tex. Guests present were Mrs. John Newel, Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann, Mrs. Harry Widdel and Marian. Mr. and Mrs. Lively left Wednesday for their home in Palestine after spending two weeks with friends and relatives in Fenton. . James Widdel is employed at the Marold Schloi farm. Mrs. Peggy Horn and daughter Joice spent Monday in Waterloo. ' W1 831 Carmen Miller spent Wednes- day and Thursday at the Al Muir home. Emil Weisbrod, Jake Schwartz, and Ray Stoeber fished Thursday at Silver Lake. Ray Stoeber returned Sunday from Ottawa, 111., where he went through an .arthritis clinic. Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona visited Sunday to Thursday with her sister Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mrs. Jake Zwiefel returned home Saturday following medical aid at the General hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rinpffcn- berg and family, Jackson. Minn., visited Monday al the A. L. Kabrick home. Mrs. Donald Gross ar^cl Cheryl and Mrs. Harry Huase visited at the Clarence Wegener home home Tuesday. Mrs. N. R. Ellsworth of Spirit Lake visited Wednesday at the Henry Gowans home. Mrs. Cowans and Mrs. Ellsworth are sisters. Rose Mary Finnestad, Minneapolis, spent her vacation last week at the home of her par- cnls, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Frnne- stad. Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Weisbrod home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt and son Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Edith Laage visited in Rockwell City Sunday. Karl, son of the Schwartzes, is editor of the Rockwell City paper. Lorraine Wegener spent last week wilh her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. Lorraine is employed at the Bell Telephone Co., Des Moines. Georgia Gerhardt, Lorraine Willret, Mitch Taylor and Merviri Calhoun, Algona, visited' Thursday evening with Georgia'.u grandmother, Mrs. Emma Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Myers and family, Fairbanks, Iowa, visited Friday and Saturday at the Earl Lul'kin home. Mrs. Lufkin and Mr. Meyers are sister and brother. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, left Tuesday to visit several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, Kanawha. Mrs. Gade and Mrs. Phillips are sisters. Miss Margaret Gowans, Fort Collins, Colo., came Wednesday for a two weeks' visit at the Henry and Andv Gowans homes. Miss Gowans is a sister to Henry and Andy. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin and^ Lorna and Mr. and Mrs. Fred BoeUcher and Wayne spent Wednesday in Fairmont, Minn. Mtirian Widdel left Monday lo work in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hayenga of Marysville, Calif., visiled Tuesday and Wednesday al Ihe Peter Hayenga home. They were en- route to Manchester to visit Mrs. Havenga's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of Alden, Minn., spenl Sunday al the Art Voigt and Frank MeFall homes and with other relatives. Herman is a brother to Art Voigt and an uncle of Mrs. MeFall. Lyle Haack, Lorna Kressin, Betly Voigt, Betty Kueck, Marlin Wegener, Virgil Borchardt, Howard Bierstedt, Nina Muir, Marlin and Lois Bahmann, and Phyllis Bierstcclt all spent Sunday at Okoboji. Lt. Donald Bergeson, Cherry Point, N. C., came Monday for a 36-day furlough with Mrs. Fred Johansen and family, and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Johanson and Donald arc sister and brother. Mrs. Arthur Kueckcr, daughters Joan and Nancy and her son Ward, Davenport, came Friday to visit Mrs. Knocker's mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, and other relatives and friends. Mr. Kuecker will join them a few days following. Bill Muri, Jim Holldorf, Ray Cornelius, Mrs. Herman Gade, Marian Gade, Jeanne Ehrhardt, Georga Anne Voigt, Frank Mueller, Lorna Kressin, Howard LEDYARD HOSTESS •Ledyard: The Women's Society of Christian Service ftiet at the church Thursday' afterriopn with Mrs. Wilson BrpclS as hostess. Mrs. Glenn Burrows, Mrs. Harold Herzog and Mrs. Cass gave Interesting talks on inspirational meetings they had recently attended. Prisetlla Miller played two piano n.umpers'. Mrs. 'G. Burrows sang a solo, The. Love of God, and vibrciharp nj-Hnbjbrs were played by Mrs. C.asS. 1 ' : ; The next meeting will be in two, weeks August 8 with Mrs. Ticc Brack as hostess. Decker, Rose Mary Cfornelius, Nina Mull', Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel, and Kaye Ruske, are among those whb have been de- tasseling corn the phst week. NOTICE OF HEARING ON IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT ' NO. 18.0, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. To Arthur Anderson and Elsie A. Anderson, Charles M. Bor- inann, Henry S. Hagg arid Clara A. Hagg, Daniel H. Fogarty, Mike P. B'aumann, Julia W. Stokes, owners of real estate hereinafter described: To The Equitable Life Insurance Company of .Iowa, and the Prudential Insurance Company of America, Lienholders and Incumbrances of portions of the said Real Estate'hereinaf- ter described: To .Mr. W. E. Jones, Engineer of Design, c/o Iowa State Highway Commission. Ames, Iowa, agent for Iowa Stat£ Highway Commission, to Mr. H . M Smith, Engineer, County Highway System of Kossuth County, Iowa, to Mr. Chas. 3or- mann, Township Clerk, Whittemore Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, and to all other persons whom it may concern and to all actual occupants, and to all persons having or claiming any right, title or interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: WHITTEMORE TOWNSHIP (Township 95, Range 27) The Southeast Vi Southwest Vi, Northeast Vi Southwest Vt, Southwest Vi Southwest : Northwest "4 Southwest Vi of Section 19, W. V* northeast 1/4 Southwest Vt, West V 2 Southeast Vi Southwest Vt, Northwest Vt Southwest '/i of Section 29; Northeast '/4 Southeast Vi Northwest Vi Southeast Vi, North Vi. Southwest "/t Southeast Vi, North '/ 2 Southeast Vi Southeast Vi, Southeast Vi Northeast , Vi, Southwest Vi Northeast Vt, Northeast V* Southwest Vt, North V4 Northwest-Vi Sputhwest-yu Southw,es.t Vi. Northwest : Vt,- Southeast " Northwest Vi, Northeast' Northwest Vi Northwest % Northwest Vi of' Section 30, Township 95, North, Range 30, West of the 5th P. M., pending before the Board of Su- bei-visbrs of Kossuth County, H- W. POST BRAY ANi) TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long: Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to dp all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Coke for refreshment IOTTLEO UNDER AUTHORITY OF IHE COCA-COl* COMfANY |V COGA-CQLA BOTTUNQ COMPANY Iowa, a petition signed by more thflfl 25% Of the owners Of said land, asking that' a competent civil engineer be appointed to cxatnirie and survey said lands, that a drainage district be established including said lands and other lands located in said District that may properly be included, and that such ditches and drains be constructed within said District as will drain the surface Water from said' lands; that the public benefit, utility, health, convenience, and Welfare will be promoted by ditching, tiling and draining said lands and by changing the water course therein. That the drainage of territory can be affected by a tile drain, I the mairi drain beginning in the' water course at or near the • South line of Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW'/i SW'% Section Nineteen (19) Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M.,.and proceeding in a Southeasterly direction through Section Thirty (30) Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., to approximately the Southeast corner of Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NWVi SEVi) Section Thirty (30), Town- Ship Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., thence Easterly through the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NE',4 SE'/ 4 ) Section Thirty (30) Towii- ship Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., thence easterly through the Southwest Quarter (SW»/i) of Section Twenty-nine (29) Township i Ninety-five (U5) North, of Range Thirty (3,0) West of the 6th P. M., until it joint main open ditch " of J6int, DfttfMgd District Palo AUc, County and Kossuth County* No. I in approximately the' Southeast corner of the West Half of Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter (WVi NEW Sw%) Section Twentynine (29) Township Ninety-five (66) North, of ftange Thirty (30) West of the 6th P. M. ( and such other lateral drains as may be necessary to afford an outlet to all of'We land Wbutary to Said main drainage system, and which will effectually dtaio said territory. That tho engineer sb appointed has fe.poiied favorably thereon, recommencing' the establishment fyf said District. That said report and plan has been approved by tl^e Board of Supervisors as a tentative plan for said improvement. - That said report and plan may be artettded before final action , by the Board of Supervisors or the establishment Of said Dis- tnct. For a more complete description of a proposed drain, see Engineer's report on file. That the same will come up for heaung before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2 oclock P M, on the ninth day of September That all clairns for damages'ex cept claims for land 'required foi right of w'ay,' a'nd all Objections to the establishment of sa,id District for any reason must be made in writing and filed iri the office of the Auditor at or before the time set for such hearing. Witness-my official signature vyith the Seal of Kossuth County Iowa, hereto affixed this 15th day of July, A. D., 1946. (Seal) L, J. IMMERFALL, 30-31 County Auditor, WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 5£OLo£0«2!!L m«^**(&£^ PHOflE 2O-f2O6WEST STATE ST. 'Something New Has Been Added'! Another new step iTprward for MODERN! No>y, any garment of any \\n& xou send to . Modern Dry Cleaners. '# faljors is COIM!- ! PLJpTEliy INSUREp while in our P.ossessi.on — froi^i the piojnent it leaves your door until our driver returns it. ^fq extra Clarice t,p you— f "c just a new MODERN seryic'e for our customers. If It's PI6Y E R N fflfQNE 537 \ P -- •-' :-«:'.- : i 9 - -..: jp,,,;« , ,, , ub lie ale As I have rented my farm, I \yill sell the following described property at the farm located 3 miles east, 3 miles north and Vs mile of Algona; q r 2 Ms miles east and 4 miles' south of Piurt, on Sale to Begin at 12 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds 35 Head of Ca 10 milk cows, springers; 10 heifers, springers; 1 white face steer; J4 summer calves. 5 Head of Horses i 2 three-year-old colts, 1 hay and 1 gray, green brojke; 1 gray mare, smooth mouth; 1 sorrel mare, smooth mouth; 1 chestnut pony, wt. 750 Ibs., g years old, good and gentle for children. 60 BK-flJ-WSF 60 Sheep 46 lambs and 9wes, 1 buck. 750 - Chickens 250 laying hens; 200 ^eghorn pullets, ready to, lay; .v 750 Red-jRocj^ cyoss pullets. Farm Machinery Minneapolis Moline "R" tractor on good rubber, in goo<J condition.; ]^|jnjpa£p)i$ ft|e)in§ cultivator; McCormick-Deering ?44 plow; $-ft. McCormick^gering mqwer; John peejre ^orn planar with X20 rods wire; 8-ft, Peering grajn binder, in good condition; McCornjick-Deering n;ianure spy-ea^er; 10-ft. McCor* mick-Deering disc; !\f}|meapolis<Moline 10-inch hammermiH; 9-ft. McC9|p^?f« ! Pf|f| l |nJ spring tooth harrow; Minneapolis-jyjoline 22-ft. 4'Section dragi new this spring; Papec 15-in- ensilage cutter; 36-ft, §Ie« vator and speed jack; 2 endgate seeders; sjngie row cultivator; 10-ft, <(,"")? **k*» I* 0 ** "k^f |IcCormick- Peering No. 4 cream separator; 1 horso pqwer; b^j? saw, fits any twckj Uttln. walkjng pl^w; 3 running gears; 2 wagon boxes,; hgy rack; cream cooler? 50 ft. fi^in. hjmjnj;^)) ^; 16 |fc ^.^ | t eljj forge; grindstone; iron kettle; tank heater; several barrels; hog troths; 2. feed bunks; lOO'ga}, hog waterer; 35-bH, self feeder; some odd lumber; 1 ton coal; set harness ^ fly njgt^ gi»rde^ pjjjwj 2?)yjieel ?art; 4-hole laundry stevej Preway pressure gas stove in good condition, !;.; - . ; ,'' BUILpINGS: Round brooder house, IQ4 1. in d iamettr; 12*li Koiy bwj^er howsej 10«W shea, TERMS: Cajh, or ' ••-•.-• . HOWARD LUNBERY ^wct joneers

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