The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 6, 1946
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y?$PCSw N^fjj^jii PAGE FOUR. .ALGONA UPP^ttDES M01KB9, ALGONA IOWA. FIFTY PAY RESPECTS TO NEW BRIDE AT LONE ROCK SHOWER, JULY 26TH Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shnwor wiis hukl Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Milton Madison, nee I.enore Hostetter, Connor teacher here, at the Lone Knck church parlors. Rev. King- inn played and sang Uyo selections accompanied toy his guitar. Two Barnes were also played with Mrs. C. M. Gross and Mrs. Russell Jensen receiving prizes for them. The presents were opened by the bride, assisted by a friend, Mrs. John Scott of Burt and her sister-in-law Mrs. John' Munch of Fenton. after which a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses, which consisted of the Ladies Mite society and Mrs. P. M. Christenson. There were around 50 present with the out-of-town guests as follows: Mrs. John Scott of Burt, Mrs. John Mun>'h of Fenton, Mrs. Roy O.ihoniL' of Seneca. Th<> U. S. W. A. will meet l-'rirlay. August n, at the home (if Mrs. Ei ic Seegebarth. Margari'l Gladstone returned home ffim her trip to Chicago, 111., In consult an car specialist. Mrs. Win. Knoll Sr. of Algona spent. Thursday at the home of her (Itiiii-'htcr Mrs. A. L. Baker and family. Miss Lucille Gonrich left Friday morning to spend the weekend at the home of a Lnnnie Adair, there. friend, An>.!us Cotton Jr, left Thursday with Bob Geigel of Algona to go on a fishing trip to various points in Minnesota. Hachael Volentine spent from last week Wednesday till Friday a I the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Coaclv at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hungerford of Swea City spent Thursday evening visiting at the home of Hr. and Mrs. Win. Rath. MY. and Mrs. Maynard Kucck and family of Swea City spent Thmvdav afternoon visiting the pai-ent'il Win. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kelly and son of Kinmetsburg spent last week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Deardorff d; i M .shirr Yale S n,, n f (h.o Laura Jane of \veekend visiting tal Rov Jensen home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuoss of Whiltomor spent Thursday rvc-nin" visiting at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bmiinehaus. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and T'nidv of Union Grove. Wis.. visited at the honie of his aunt Alls. Chris Madison of Lone J?nck. An olrl friend. Sumncr Hudson ,,f ci'-ar Lake, visited a while at the home of Mr and Mrs. .1. M. Blanchard Thursday morn inf. Mrs. Diamond and two boys of Waterloo and Mrs. Burk of Mat" son C'itv mine Monday for n visit at the. home of Mr. and Mrs .!r>" Lvndi. Last Monclnv, July 2.9, Karl' ivA-okll. Fnv Jensen, Jack Ouinn, Halter Thompson, and Angus Cotton drove to Luvernc, Minn. where they purchased a fire truck. The Gerald Angus family and Grace Angus attended a charivari in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill Jr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Jesse Blanchard Jr., and Miss Nancy Drown were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz in honor of her mother, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gras of Washington, D. C. spent Monday night visiting at the Frank Flaig home and Tuesday they and her sister Helen Sprang of Lone Rock left for a month's vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson spent Sunday visiting the parental Herman Neil/el home at Burt, where her sister Mrs. Lyle Johnson and family of Lake Crystal, Minn., also visited. Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kus- scl Jensen were her aunt Mrs. Alice Ditsworlh and son Robert of Algona and daughter Mrs. Charles Lykinn of Kalispell, Mont. Lawrence Rath and "Bill" Flaig flew in Lawrence's airplane to Oskaloosa. leaving Friday. Bill is going to meet his family who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, there. He and his family intend to return the first of the week by car. Mrs. Reed Anderson of Spencer and her cousin Myrtle Hanno of Lone Rock went to Waterloo Sunday to find a rooming place for Myrtle, who is fioing to teach at the Slome Wallace school at Waterloo this- year. They returned Thursday. , Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Mueller and two children of Merced. Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Mueller and Olivia of Fenton spent Wednesday evening visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jersenson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jcrgcnson and Douglas of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen at a birthday dinner Thursday evening in honor of Dean Jcrgcnson and also of his son • Douglas's first birthday. Dean's birthday was the 31st of July. / The Rural Sewing club met with Mrs. Ella Hanna at her home in Fairmont on Wednes- day, July 31, Andrew Thomscft drove the following' women Up to the meeting: Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. Milfred Mitchell, Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, and Mrs. Henry Schroedci'. The next, meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Schroeder in September. WESLEYC.D.OFA. PLANNING PARTY Wesley: The C. D. of A.'s held its regular meeting Wednesday evening. Plans were discussed for the Sisters' shower to be held Wednesday, August 21. The next regular meeting will be September 4 and members are urged to bring clothing or other useful needed articles to be sent to needy families overseas. Bunco was played 'following the business meeting, with Mildred Berger winning high score prize and Mrs. Cecelia Berger, low score prize. B«rt Lady's Picture In Magazine "Ad" _ Burt: A picture of Mrs. Maudeen Hill, wife of the Rev. Ray G. Hill, is featured in the advertisement of the DuBarry Success Course in the August issue of Mi-Call's magazine. Pictures of Mrs. Hill taken before and after she took the slenderizing course are shown. Mrs. Hill was recently winner of a free trip to New York City for the essay she wrote about the course and the good results she had from taking \'.. Boy Visitor Hurt At Fenton Home Kenton: Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Knocker, Davenport, had the misfortune to cut a gash in his leg while visiting -at the Win. Miller home Tuesday. He fell on a nail, was taken to Doctor McCrcery, Whiltemore, and six stitches had to be made. Ward is seven years old. NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 180, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. To Arthur Anderson and Elsie A. Anderson, Charles M. Bormann, Henry S. Hagg and Clara A. Hagg, Daniel H. Fo- garly, Mike P. Baumann, Julia W. Stokes, o'wners of real estate hereinafter described: To The Equitable Life Insurance Company of fptya, Prudential Insurance mpa 8J of America, :Lienhfcidefii and Incumbrances of' portiens of the said Heal Estate hereinafter described: To Mr, W. E. Jones, Engineer of Design, c/o Iowa State High* way Commission, Ames, Iowa, agent for Iowa,State Highway Commission, to Mi', & . M. Smith, Engineer,' County High* way System of Kossuth County, Iowa, to Mr. Chas. Bormann, Township Clerk, Whittemore Township", Kossuth County, Iowa, and< ttl all other persons whom it/may concern and to all actual occupants, and to all persons or claiming any right, title i or interest in and Ho the .following described real estate, tp-wit: WHITTEMORE TqWNSUlp (Township 95, Range 27) The Southeast Vi ' Southwest Vt, Northeast Vt Southwest'%, Soutliwcst Vt Southwest . Vt, Northwest Vt Southwest 1 Vt of Section 19, W. ',4 northeast '/i Southwest Vt, West V4 Southeast Southwest Vt, Northwest Southwest Northeast Northwest '/i of Section Southeast 'A Southeast %, North 'A South wcstv,M Southeast '/i, North !& Southeast % Southeast Northeast Northeast Southeast \k, Vt, Southwest '/i, North. Southwest Northeast Vt Northwest Vt Southwest l k. Southwest Vt Northwest 'A, Southeast Vt Northwest Vt, Northeast Vt Northwest .Vi Northwest Vt Northwest Vt of , Section • 30, Township 95, North, Range 30, West of the ,5th P, M., 1 Kossuth County, -Iowa, 'and all Public Highways included in District. ; >t • •-, > You and each of you are hereby notified that there 1 ! is now pending before the Board of Supervisors of Kossulh . County, Iowa, a petition sigrMrf'by more than 25% of the owners of said land, asking that a'"competent civil engineer be appointed to examine and survey'safd lands, that A dfaifiage district be tsstab* lished ifielitdirtg said laftds ftftd olhet lands located in said Dls* trict that nifty preperly fofe In* eluded, and that SUCH ditftKcs and drains be cohslfacted vvithlh said District as will drain the stiffafid watef from said lattdaj that the public benefit; utility, health, convenience, and welfare will be promoted toy ditching, tiling and draining said lartds and by changing the wateif course therein. That the drainage of territory can be affected by a tile drdin, the main drain beginnirig In the water course at • or near the South line of Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW'4 SWVt Section Nineteen (ID) Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 6th 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 SE'/i) Section Thirty (30), Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., thence Easterly through the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast - Quarter (NEVi SEW) Section Thirty (30) Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th " ;;; * B - A ^ J::; ^ ; ' ; -'^ thd Sectiott Ship Nthet f North, V 6i Thirty t3(WW6St l al; the 5th P. Mji Utttil It .^om> ftaitt open ditch ,• of , Jbint BttuhaM District, Paid Atfc GbUnly flfid KossuthTouhty No. I lift appfflx* Imately the Southeast cofnef of the West Half 6f Neirtheast Qua?- tef of Sotitheast Quartet (WV4 NEVt SW£4) Sectidn Twehty- nine (29) Towhshii* Ninety "five (95) North, of Rattge Thirty (30) West of the 6th P. M.,' and ;Such other lateral drains as may be necessary., to afford an outlet td all of the land tributary .to said main drainage system, and which will effectually drain Said terri* tory, ' , ; That the engineer so appoint* ed has reported 'favorably thereon, recommending the establishment of said District. That said report and plan has been approved by the Board of Supervisors as a tentative plan for said improvement. That said report and plan may be amended before 'final action by the Board of Supervisors or the establishment of said Dis trict. For a more complete ' description of a proposed drain, sec En •ginecr's report on file. That the same will come up for Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS 20 Years Experience—No Red Tape— Dependable Delivery—Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. Bjustrom's Furniture Co. Established 1925 • Algona, Iowa fe':$!#ii£$^ Mitts.ft* $5t MM* m lattd quired &MWSV, <tad an object t ttf;said'»is« 30-31 < Bv im County, Auditor. it.;/ : CiRKlRl A •••:.*(, To work in the Canning Factories in the : Fairmont, Minnesota, area MEN — WOMEN — BOYS — GIRLS 16 Y«iar« and Up Can qualify for .this work. GOOD WAGES No Experience Necessary Rcgislle'r Now With UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ' I . 1% E. State Street « j j Algona, Iowa -'.:•• si" •' girls 16, 17, and 18 years of age must brjhg a copy of their birth certificate or a state- from the local Superintendent of Schools ; j snowing proof of their age. iii Yoiii- Farm Work! (id ready now for the heavy loading and lifting jobs just .iliriul. ractor Now Available— HORN Tlii' MOKN-DUAUUC Loader uiili :i,()()0 II). lift capacity. SUPER-6 Tin: !)6 1IYUKA LIFT with a lull !)G inch lift uiitl butter. OVEY CO. So. Phillips Street BUYERS BASiBALL v ••-' 1 HEAR THERE'S A GOOD GAME D01VW i AT TH'LUYERNE-DOING TH»S FRIDAY- BETiVEei CORWITH AND ST.JOE-. WE OUGHTTA B £ Ah jlMALS y BOT LITTLE TOO " t \ • »!!» ./,*;, V J /.. *i u ~i. • **» ii I* > /I Vl'i 'I * ' .^VV 1 ki»

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