The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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6-Algano (la.) Upp«r (ta Moln»i Thursday, July 6, 1961 Leason-Kadow Nuptials Linda AnnLeason, daughter or Robert Leason, Algona, and Mrs. F. W. Bacon, Burt, became the bride of John Kadow, Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Kadow, Mokane,, Mb.', June 24 In St. Cecelia's church at 10 a.m. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were Dorothy Kadow, maid of honor, and Mary McGuire, bridesmaid. Thomas Kadow was best man and Duane Brown was groomsman. Ushers were Paul Webei and Merril-Bacon. . The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of nylon sheer LET THE BAKER TAKE THE HEAT! and Venice lace over foundations of nylon net and taffeta. A bas que bodice featured a scoop neckline defined with a double row of Venice lace and short cap sleeves. The full organza skirl was adorned with bands of lace from hip line to the floor. A luncheon was held at the K. C. Hall following the cere mony for 125 guests. Mrs. Carroll Fraser was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. . Paul Weber, Mrs. Barbara Fitzler and Mrs. Harold Garrison cut the cake, while Mrs. Art Kadow and Mrs: Henry Guderian poured. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and has been employed at Ft. Dodge; The bridegroom is a graduate of Fulton high school. Following a wedding trip to California the couple wil be at home in Burt. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Call For Rural Carrier Exam NO ONE can bake in this weather. No one EXCEPT your baker that is. Let Finn's supply you with their delicious pastries at nominal prices. Special This Week HOME STYLE BREAD ICE CREAM GALLON 19 Si 32 FINN'S BAKERY ALGONA CY 4-3384 An examination for Rural Carrier for the post office at Algona, Iowa, will be open for acceptance of applications until July 25, 1961, the Commission announced today. There have been a dozen or more candidates for the RFD carrier position since Herb Montgomery's reaching the retirement age. Applicants must take a written test for this position. They must have resided within the delivery of the office for one year immediately preceding the closing date of the examination. In addition, they must have reached their 18th birthday on the closing dale for acceptance of applications. There is no maximum age limit. However, persons who have passed the age of 70 may be considered only for temporary renewable appointment of one year. One of the local candidates, Art Glaser, who is in the railway postal services, has just moved to Omaha and thus is no longer an applicant. Complete information about the examination requirements and instructions for filing applications may be obtained at the post office for which this examination is being announced. Application forms must be filed with the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Washington 25, D. C. and must be received or postmarked not later than the closing date. Dave Sirickler and Ken Dur- | ant spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel ana family spent July 4th at Clear Lake. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne spent the July 4th weekend at the Okobojis. Mr. and • Mrs. Frank Sterling attended the Thoresen-Slaba wedding at Armstrong June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Peterson and family spent Sunday at Thor with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Severson. Karen Navoichick has returned from the Wisconsin Dells, Wis., where she had attended, a baton teachers camp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weise and children spent July 4 'at Spencer with the mother, Mrs. John Hoffnichter. Mrs. Ann Mueller and son Billy from Michigan have been visiting her niece, Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth and family. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gotten have been visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orlikowski, Parma, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reniz are vacationing several days at Woman 'Lake, Minn., at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Mrs. Barney Frankl and children returned recently from a vacation trip to New York where they visited Mrs. Frankl's folks. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Sireit have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streit and sons, Mark and Mitchell, Cedar Rapids. Miss McCarthy, St. Benedict, To Wed Aug. 29 Council Minutes COONCIL MINUSES Waived the rending of minutes, Everett Bnldu.i came before the conn* <!l] concerning side yard requirements.* No notion taken. ArWeJI Inc. agreed to bait the fairgrounds for Tour months (* $20.00 pet month. * j Open Maple street 132 feet west from Johnson street was approved. Ord. 410 was adopted Dr, Richardson request for driveway ehtrace off of Highway 160 Was approved. Several cigarette license were approved. Wallace & Holland, Eng. firm, were authorized to make a study of the storm sewer condition in > the east and southeast part of the city. Council adjourned to Wednesday, July 8, 1961 for further study on the ,862- budget. C. C. Shlerk, salary < ----- .. ------ 112.80 iD. Smith, salary ----- - ---------- 208.57 la. State Bank, W'hold tax .*.„ -10.10 oi fa, Municipalities, Kllpto'stoyi'«r"8uppifes' chef S. ARg»,laualt Frank & Em's fiaee, refund .»...»,! ... i..i.At Int.. C1W Managers', Assoc., ; ., { t Planrtljig ,& 4<5hing' expenses N.W. Bell Tel ca.i phone ..... M, Pnrrott it Sons Co., dog tags SHey & cJoiten. ffag eare . Arweli tne., rat contwi. * city, clerk, post office box rent 1W.M .14.80 148.00 69.00 « 50.90 18.00 20.00 ... 183.87 i^_ 162,32 126.29 ::::::::I;:;:L 138.39 ... _____ ~_li.i* 127.69 ye,-, sary .«* -------- ., — n« la. State Bank, W'hold. tax ,..* Kent MotoC. Co., truck service ' . Meteen, salary „.. _ Prew,. salary ^..*_,. ___ „........&:. 142.69 Myers,-, salary" .«* -------- ., — n« -116.70 90.30 6.18 Skelly Oil Co., gas .'.„.'. ____ :„.._/ 30.01 Cities Service Oil Co., gas ..... 116.72 B. Deal, tree cutting ^..* ______ 18.00 N.W Bell Tel., Co,', .telephone ~ 12.88 Norton Machine works, Capital Outlay and repairs ... ____ . ____ 168.18 Ready-Mix,, sidewalk. crossings 132.63 Algona Mach, Shop, repairs ___ 3.76 Fred Hagett, sidewalks & cross* Ings ---- „..• — «„„..!. ------- _•- 19.80 Skefiy. Oil Co.,' dlese! oil & ,Mota* oil k....»».«»..«.-*« ipreiwer, repairs ............... jfandard- OU Co., road n&m. ^ %dso9 SMftfcottmeidTBHtoe'r • - SAffitY • 121.68 10.20 HUtefittott/ salary, .-.•-*— ».* — JorBehSOh, salary .-^—„*..— MefiHde, saiafy *. t —-.—-— SchwaHtenbach, salary .*—..— Bulteit, salary • - Volgt, salary ...^..i^--—«-— Kohl, salary .—-—- -— filbert, salary »..»».—..*—.*— la. State Bank. W'hold tax .... Trust & Age 1 -->', pension .„,.. Jorgenson, attend school citfts service oil'Co, gas — N.W. B. Tel. Co,, phdne Heiman Fire Equfp Co., merchandise City Clerk,,merchandise,—.— _ SAMiTXtt6»t Baas. Salary —*-Leeck, salary — Couriney, salary -—1 ~~..Concrete Prod. Crop concrete l! B."TeT"Co"pno"ne"IIZI"I Stebritz. plowing .,.—. SEWEtt RENTAL Lemkee, salary . Gronbach, .salary 18.00 114.00 12.51 85.00 95.78 22.65 1.10 11.25 ' 63.60 93.60 03.60 442.24 13.20 7.50 . fi«,nk, WheM I ta* ««* KOSBUlll Oil Co , Aim imrt Oil .»i. RECRfiATiOM cocper"; salary t.^....*....-.'** — •Cook, salary .«.* — *.«,.... — -,Johnson, salary .. — *—• . ----- *Kraft, salary > — L ......... •- — Norton, salary .^-"i ----- » — Herbsti salary .*..»....». ...... Cowart/ salary — ----- -— -— - ->•Vann, salary ...... ........ -- — Cole, salary .. — *~ — » ------- ?*Haase, salary ------ -.*-• ------ *-'la. State Bank., W'Hold ........ N.W. Bell Tel. Co., phone ------ Bomgftars, bats ------ •.. ---- ..... fifiBt SEHVIOB ^ la D.M. National Bank, Interest Shaw,,McDermott & Co., interest PARKING MfiTfiR Groen, salary --------- .— -----Sands, salary ----- (.—.. ..... — Gade, salary ... ------- — • ------ *- 21.9(5 48 '48. 121.88 16.59 68.00 70.80 55.10 781 a Trust & Agency, pension -----Tic Top Shop, repair timers — Allen Equlii Co.. signs — i — cycle Shop, eye a expenses ---- 169.94'North la.. Direct. Service, 107.6 68.10 10.6fl 88.61 13.25 66.60. 340.00 77.60 171.67 100.26 100.20 37.56 51.80 1.86 30.00 25.50 1,37 23.60 Among those who attended the recent bowling tournament at Chicago were Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor. ,.'." Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven have returned from a vacation trip to the Black Hills. They'spent July 4th at Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch and son Don are vacationing at the Okobojis and have as guests Bob and David, sons of Mr. -and Mrs. "Champ" Martin. Marilyn Dreesman is being visited by her classmate at Sweet Briar college, Va., Ann Dillabaugh, Rio De Janero, Brazil Who has, been studying in Madrid. Spain. Mr.-arid Mrs. Harpld*'Peter at; tended 'funeral services • Wednesday at Woden for Mrs. Tena Johnson, 76, mother of Mrs. Peter, who died Saturday of a heart Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCarthy, St. Benedict, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Catherine Mary, • pictured above", to James A. Heinen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen, Algona. Miss McCarthy is employed at Holy Family hospital, Estheryille, and Mr. Heinen, is stationed at Great Lakes Naval Base. A double wedding ceremony, Including Kathryn Ann Frideres and Laurence J.. Heinen, will take place'August 29 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. (UDM Engraving) attack. Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers were visited over the July 4th weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers, Cedar Rapids, ana Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers, Fort Dodge, and respective families. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rochleau and children came from Fairmont, Minn., Monday to spend the July Fourth Mrs. Rochleau's holiday with mother, Mrs. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. You're Invited To The ST. BENEDICT SUMMER FESTIVAL Baseball Games — Entertainment For All — Dance In The Evening Mildred Putz, and with the James Wills. Mrs. James Kennedy, nee Chloris Skogstrom, and little daughter Cindy have returned ^to heir home at Anaheim, Calif., having concluded a visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skogstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harms had as visitors last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Popma, Pomona, Cal. The Popmas lived here a number of years ago. The Harms spent July Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien. Sheryll Reding, daughter ot SUNDAY, JULY 16 SO CHICKEN-IN-THE BASKET-only Serving Starts 4 P. M. wwvvwvvvvvvvvvv^^ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, Bode, left June 30 for St. Louis where she will take 18 months of anesthesia training at Barnes hospital. Miss Reding is a 1959 graduate of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Sioux City, where she has beea employed for the past 2 years. Mrs. Beecher Lane spent from Thursday till Monday at White Bear Lake, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weibusch. The son Cary John Lane was with the Boy Scouts at the Okobojis and had spent a week there. Gary's cousin, Terry Lane came Saturday from Manchester and will be here several days. Mr. Lane drove to the Okobojis Saturday to bring the lads home. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips have had a houseguest, Perry's sister, Mrs. Ruby Akers of Denver. Other guests from a distance were their son-in-law, Mick Mickellson of Longmont, Colo, : Harry Jones of Woolstock, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Snell of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Algoe of Duncombe and their two sons and families from Spencer. Mr. Phillips, who has been seriously ill the past two weeks, is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison have returned from a trip which took them 'first to Tucson, Ariz., where the daughter Joanne received her degree. From there the three went to Torrence, Cal, to visit the ether daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton, Michael and Ann. From there they went to Blowing Hock, N. C. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond and family. Joanne remained for a longer visit and will then come here. Mrs. Inez Wolfe left Monday fqr Savpnburg, Kan., called there by the sudden death Saturday of her brother John Nelson, 70. Death Was'due to a heart attack. Funeral services were held Wednesday. .• ' '•', Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter Zentner and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelley left Saturday for a visit of a week at Fort Hood, Tex., with Sgt. Maj. Clarence Krug and wife ana children. Mrs. Krug is a daughter of the Zentners. i , BJaren : Johnson is -spending Wednesday and Thursday at Rippey with Evelyn Osterman who was her rooommate when they attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Miss Johnson is returning there in the faU-. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen has as guests Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malloy, Marshalltown. Mrs. Malloy is the former Edna Sorensen, well- known Algonan and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lars Sorensen. Mrs. Clem Cavanaugh visited friends and relatives at Ft. Dodge for several days. Recent guests of Mrs. Cavanaugh were John and Betty Brown, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wittman, Humboldt, and Dale and Cloe Albright, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. "Champ" Martin and sons Paul and Jim spent Saturday at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Don Kajewski and family. Linda Martin has been at Presbyterian camp at the Okobojis. Sandra Harmes, Linda Parsons and Deanne Brower have also been there. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel and family have returned from a vacation trip to Mitchell, S. D., where they saw the Corn Palace, the Bad Lands, Rushmore mountain, the Double Tower in Wyoming and a visit with friends at Roubaix. They also visited the oil fields and various other points of interest. Joe Mishak, Aviation Electrician 3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak who has been stationed at Moffatt Field, Calif, came Saturday for a two week furlough with his parents. He will leave Aug. 15 for Okinawa, His brother, Leonard, who is also in the service, will be sent there in November. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris spent Sunday at Jewel with the parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris, Sr. They were visited last Wednesday by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Larson, who were en-route tp San Bernadino, Calif., where Dr. Larson will intern for a year. He was recently graduated from the University at Iowa City. KILLED Randy Diekevers, 8, of Hospers died as a result of an accident at his farm home recently. Randy and his smaller brother had been playing cowboy. He had one end of a rope tied around his waist and apparently lassoed a calf with the other end. The calf became frightened and dragged the small boy through the farm grove bruising his body and injuring his head extensively as he was thrown against the trees. 101 Charle? Williams, 101, Greene's oldest resident, passed away recently. He was a member of th'e Masonic Lodge lor 69 years. ADVERTISING COVERAGE! ANYTHING LESS IS INADEQUATE ANYTHING MORE IS UNECONOMICAL VI ,\ '# THIS IS THE AREA YOU REACH WITH YOUR SALES MESSAGE, ECONOMICALLY/ CONSISTENTLY, TO OVER 5,000 FAMILIES; WITH BUYING POWER, IN THIS NEWSPAPER EACH ISSUE .... BUSINESS GOES WHERE IT IS INVITED - YOUR INVITATION REACHES MORE, FOR LESS, THROUGH THE PAGES OF THIS NEWSPAPER. ^ OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Authorized Dealers For: • INVINCIBLE, Art /Metal and Cole Steel Equipment. • IUXCO Office Chairs. ledger Forms, Paper Supplies, Adder Rolls, Typewriter Ribbons • SMITH-CORONA, VICTOR, REMINGTON BUSINESS MACHINES. COMMERCIAL PRINTING A MODERN PIANT, EQUIPPED TO HANDLE AU TYPES OF JOB PRINTING, AT REASON- ABIE COST. SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ARE OUR BEST RECOMMENDATION, AND SOME ARE FAR BEYOND THE COUNTY BOUNDARIES. The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES 111 E. Call St. Phens CY 4.3535 ESTABLISHED 1163

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