The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Oes Moine* Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 Former Algona Girl Weds July 29 In California Mr. and Mrs. Donald C.Ferris, Algona, announced the marriage of Suzanne LaBarre, daughter of Mrs. Ferris and the late Robert C. LaBarre, to John Walton Surges, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John B. Surges, San Francisco, Calif. The marriage vows were exchanged July 29 at Carmel, Calif. The bride was escorted to the altar by Michael H. Gates. Georgia L. Hafner, sorority sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Robert A. Anderson was best man. Following the ceremony, a buffet luncheon was served at the Highlands Inn, Carmel. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames and was affiliated with the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. The groom received his B.A. degree from San Francisco State College. Following a visit to Algona, the couple will spend some time visiting the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. JohnCon- nelly in Northglenn, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Surges both teach in the Belmont school district. They will make their home in San Francisco. Nearly Half-Million In Construction, 6 Mos. According to figures released by David Smith, City Clerk, building permits issued up to June 12 total $401,399. These include new residential, $245,500; residential repair and remodeling, $15,.745; new commercial construction, $8,000; commercial Start RIGHT... Fertilize this fall. It makes good sense for lots of reasons. For instance, you get ... • More time for spring planting. And you can plant ear//er, too. • Less soil compaction on firm, dry fall fields. • Improved tilth from winter freezing. • More advisory time from fall soil tests. • No waiting for fertilizer delivery • The right forms of nitrogen, phosphate and potash stored safely in your soil all winter. Insure RESULTS, too with CFS Plan and Profit Programs The comp ere start-to-finish way to bigger yields: Soil testing. Crop planning. Prescription-mixed bulk fertilizer. See Us N( w! CUSTOM FARM SERVICES, INC. TITONKA, IOWA Phil PMfer Phone 928-2610 BODE, IOWA Bill langston Phone 379-1682 CORWITH, IOWA Jerry Krause Phone 583-2392 remodeling, $14,500; roof repairs and reshlngling, $4,655; sidewalks and driveways, $939; garages, both construction and repairs, $3,635; fences, $225; signs, $200; and churches, $108,000. New commercial construction includes an office for Cargill, Inc., $2,500; a loading dock for Cook's Welders, $1,000; an office for Croft Ready-Mix, $2,500; and an addition for Eugene Faulstich, $2,000. Commercial remodeling includes the Algona Theatre lobby, $2,000; Chrischilles Store, $3,000; American Legion (for the old post office building), $5,000; the Hoenk building, $4,000; and the Clement building for the J & B Music Store, $500. New residential construction includes, among the latest permits to be issued, Build-A-Rama, $21,000 at Bell Court and $17,000 at Riverview Heights; Leon Martin, $17,000 at 1127 E. McGregor and $15,000 at 115 East McGregor; H. H. Tietz, $18,000 at 720 No. Minnesota and$16,000 at 407 No. Roan; Rowley Builders, $15,200 at 1420 E. Linden and $15,000 at 719 East Oak; Bennie Wibben, $23,000 at 1011-1017 E. Grove; Ed Bowman, $11,000 at 1408 East Call. Also, W. J. Warner, $18,500at 1702 East Linden; James Telecky, $17,000 at 1619 East McGregor; Henry Mertz, $17,000 at 211 West Kennedy; Sheridan Cook, $15,000 at Bell Court; Jerry Cowan, $15,000 at 128 So. Woodworth; Dwight Wagner, $14,000 at 1226 East Elm; and John Simon, $13,000 at 307 No. Wooster. Construction of several of these homes is now nearing completion. Algona Woman Glad Winner, New Division Hail and unfavorable weather cut considerably the number of entries and exMbits at the 33rd annual Gladiolus Show, held Sunday at Algona High School. Featured was a new division called "Back Yard Growers". Mrs. Wayne Johnson of Algona won the division championship and also reserve championship. Francis Nelson of Algona was presented the Meritorious Award for a yellow three-spike entry. Blue ribbons in the same division went to Mrs. Art Ristau, Francis Nelson and Mrs. Johnson. In basket displays, grand championship was awarded to John Schmidt of Algona, with reserve championship going to Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens. Blue ribbons were won by George Wohnke, Bancroft, and Mrs. J.H. Morey, West Bend. In arrangements, blue ribbons went to Mrs. Morey, Don Nelson, Newell, and Dorothy Nelson, Newell. Grand championship in the vases division went to C.R. Poyner, Jesup, with reserve championship going to Dorothy Nelson. Edwin Polka, Tama, was awarded grand and division championship in Division 5. Rubee Friedow, Britt, had the grand and division championship in Division 2. Frank Meine, Whittemore, had reserve and divison reserve championships for his orange three-spike seedling in division 1805 and grand championship for a three-spike seedling of smokey pink in division 1807. Robert A. Grisby, Fort Dodge, also won a reserve and division reserve championship for his red seedling. C.R. Poyner won a grand and division championship for a salmon with white throat seedling. Jon Morey, West Bend, won a reserve championship for his "Little Peach", as well as a reserve for a scarlet spike. Mrs. Dyrl Jones also won a grand championship and division championship for a three-spike laveresque, as well as a grand and division championship lor a three-spike Christmas red entry, with Robert A. Grisby winning a reserve and division championship for an entry of purple blooms. Laraine Areud, Algona, won a blue ribbon for her "Green Acres", taken from a favorite TV program, Kim Maetinik, Wesley, was presented a blue ribbon for her display of animals with glads predominant. A blue ribbon went to Roger Walker, Algona, for his display of glads in conjunction with dairy products. Debra Jones, Laurens, was awarded grand championship and division championship in the junior and 4-H division, with Jerry Stoulii, West Bend, winning reserve. Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder w.ere honored Aug. 10 on their 35th wedding anniversary when a number of friends and relatives visited them. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broesder and Tammy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Voigt, Stephen and Karla, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ostwald and boys, Whittemore; and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and Scott, Algona. Two New Cases Filed Here In District Court Two new cases were filed in district court here this week. Julia Hentges, plaintiff, filed a petition in which she seeks to prevent the defendants, Walter H. and Leola Zentner, from blocking a driveway which has been serving both parties involved. Peggy Ruhnke et al, plaintiffs, are seeking $3,792.75 from Ervin Ruhnke, defendant, for injuries and damages following an alleged attack by a dog owned by the latter May 1, 1966. Ac- cording to the petition, the dog bit Peggy Ruhnke. Plan Water Show For Pool At Bancroft "Where the Action Is," will be the theme of a water show at the Bancroft municipal pool Sunday evening. The show is being sponsored by the pool and directed by the life guards: Janice Menke, Kathy Murray, Shirley Marlow, Kathy ' Welp, and John Meyer. The water show is an annual affair. It will feature synchronized swimming, diving exhibitions, races and demonstrations of what the children learned at the swimming lessons this summer. JBurt News Burt friends were sorry to learn that Mrs. Russell Hammerstrom was rushed to the Charles City hospital early Tuesday morning following her husband's rites on Monday. She underwent emergency surgery immediately. Mrs. Gordon Happel, Humboldt, formerly of Burt, is a patient at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she submitted to surgery for the removal of her gall bladdlr Tuesday, Aug. 8. Dr. and Mrs. M. L Lichter went to Mason City Aug. 5 where they met their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Chang and Jeoffrey of Honolulu, Hawaii, who will visit here until Aug. 26. Mrs. Chang is the former Lois Lichter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter and two sons arrived home Friday evening from a two week vacation with relatives and friends in Colorado and California. At Denver they were guests for two days of a World War n buddy of Mr. Richters, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Garrimoni and family. They visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Richter at Redondo Beach, Calif., and with Mrs. Lorraine Riddle at Claremont, and the Robert Chambers at Pomona. Real Estate Transfers Bassett, Lou L., Sgl. to Ben- nle Wibben 7-28-67 Stacy's Add. Lot 11 Blk 1, Algona. Hanselman, Leo to Florence Hanselman 7-28-67 E 1/2NE1/4 24-94-30. Kuester, Marilyn, Sgl. to William D. Snodgress et ux 7-31-67 Call's Add. Lot 10 Blk 155, Algona. Oesterreicher, Minnie, Unmarried to Lawrence Glenn Heyer et ux 7-26-67 SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 21-97-27; see rec. Snere, John B. & Anita L. to Marilyn Kuester 8-1-67 All that pt of Lot 6 of Aud's plat of S 41 1/2 rods of SE 1/4 SE 1/4 desc. as see rec. 2-95-29. Bartholomew, Twilla, Wdw., Maurice, Wdwower; Max & Marjorie to Bennie B. Wibben et ux 7*31-67 Stacy's Add. Lot 10 Blk 1, Algona. Beed, Charles R. and Jean Tryon Beed to George & Sena Boyken 7-26-67 Tryon Add. Lot 8 Blk 3, Titonka. Fahrenkrug, J. Grace & Max to John A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 Undiv 1/5 int. in all that pt. of See rec. 19-99-28. Graham, Kenneth J. & Ha M., Phillip J., sgl. et al to John A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 All that pt. of exc. see rec. 19-9928. Gray, lola & Vernon; Irene & Alvin to Raymond J. Rippentrop et ux 8-1-67 NE frl 1/4 5-97-27. Kaugh, Jennie B. & Leonard H. to Joim A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 Undit. 1/5 int. in all that pt. of see rec. 19-99-28. Hendrickson, Anna H. & Harold E. to JonnA.Krametsmeieretux 8-1-67 Undiv. 1/5 int. in all that pt. of See rec. 19-99-28. Jones, Mervin M. & Ruth L to John A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 Undiv. 1/5 int. in all that pt. of See rec. 19-99-28. Lindberg, Phyllis Graham & Paul J. to John A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 all that pt. of exc. see rec. 19-99-28. Mjones, John J. sgl. et al to John A. Kramersmeier et ux 8-1-67 Life estate in all that pt. of 19-99-28; see rec. Rippentrop, Raymond J. & Harriett, John & Delia; Edgar, sgl. & Dorothy, Wdw, etal to Raymond J. Rippentrop et ux 8-1-67 NE frl 1/4 5-97-27. Sleper, Jennie & Albert E. to Raymond J. Rippentrop et ux 8-1-67 NE frl 1/4 5-97-27. Chapman, Irvin H. & Hazel to Harvey W. Lawson et ux 719-67 O.P. lot 5 blk 6; Lu- Verne. Keith, Kyle D. & Clara to Paul A. Carlson et ux 7-19-67 River View Heights Add lot 11; Algona. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. v Special offer through August: Get 30 FREE gallons of gasoline when you buy 4 Atlas Plycron Tires Buy 4 Million Atlas Plycron tires and we might throw in the station. Get the best deal from your Standard Jus * bu y four Atlas P'ycrons (the fa- Oil Dealer-and get free gasoline, too! And all 30 gallons of Super Premium Gasoline are yours. FREE! Or, you can get 50 FREE gallons for buying four Amoco- 120 Super Tires (torture-tested at 120 mph to give you greater safety wherever you drive). On top of everything else, you'll get a king-size trade- in allowance on your old tires. And we'll give you up to a year to pay—no money down — with your Standard Oil Credit Card. Or you can ask for Instant Credit. Just see us before September 5th when the offer ends.We'll prove to you,"/ou expect more from Standard and you get it!"* CThe American Oil Company. 1967 • World'* lirftSt distributor Of AtllS tiret Trademarks ••Allas"-"Plycron"-Re6. U. S. Pat. OK.. Alias Suppl/ Co. V_ •Trademark Buy 4 Amoco 120 Super Tires and get 50 free gallons of gasoline! .A. STANDARD OIL Jlt» IH 111 HOfl . »OI VIUO VI1IIS HCHieiT 528 311 253 b 01 COOO THRU JOHN K GROSSPIETSCH 01 MONIH M.M. 70 «*» Use your credit card or ask about Instant Credit. •AVAILABLE AT THIS P«»TICIPATING STANDARD OIL DEALER Chuck Be fir's Standard Service State & Jones St. Phone 295-3372 ALGONA, IOWA

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