Golden Wedding Planned For Ex-Wesleyans faster Sea/s Help Them! — Mr and Mrs Peter Kirschbaum of Ayrshire, former- 1 1y of the Wesley vicinity, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 7 The anniversary date was Fefo 12. The couple were married in the local St. Joseph's Catholic church and they are the parents of 5 sons. Mrs Kirschbaum is the former Gertrude Hildman, sister of Ed Hildman. Relatives and friends from here plan to attend the affair which will be held in the Emmetsburg Country Club. Mutical Presented A musical was presented Friday night, March 15 by pupils o Wayne Prinkle in the public school auditorium. The Brass quartet opened the program; Douglas Downs played a saxaphone solo; Darlene Studer played a Baritone solo; Ruth Wise, Diane Newbrough, Kay Loebig and Louise Skow played a Clarinet quartet; Paul Pfeffer sang a solo; Gloria Wise, a come* solo; Judy Hilberi, a Baritone solo; Alan Jordan, Elaine Neuroth and Grace Goetz, a Clarinet trio; Diane Newbrough, Clarinet solo; Girl's Glee Club 28 voices: Mixed Chorus, 30 voices; Joan Plathe, Clarinet solo; Marilyn Skow, Trombone solo; Jeanne Nelson, Clarinet solo; Richard Kraus, cornet solo; Louisa Skow. Clarinet solo; Alan Jordan, Clarinet solo; Junior Band; Senior Band. Bishop To Confirm Bishop Joseph Mueller of Sioux City will confirm a class of 1 adults and children in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday afternoon, March 31, at 3 o'clock. Youth Group Meets The K.Y.N. Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday, March 20 with Mrs Ben Eden, Mrs Ray Smith assisting. The Mary Circle met that day with Mrs Don Kraus. The Lenten sevrice was held at 7:45 that evening with Rev. Paul Hanson of Algona, District Vouth counselor, bringing the jnessage. Twelve Methodist Youths plan to attend the Algona District M.Y.F. rally Sunday, March 31. Bishop Ensley will speak. Prairie Pals Meet The Prairie Pals met at the home of Gloria and Ruth Wise, Saturday. Darlene and Delores Studer gave a talR on 4-H Days in Algona. Nancy Downs, Ruth Wise, Melissa Nygaard and Mary 1<ou Grandgenett gave talks. Mary Lou Grandgenett played several §ccordion solos. Mothers present were Mrs Nygaard and Mrs Grandgenett. A very good lunch was served by the host' esses. Sunday guests in the Julius Matz home were Mr and Mrs Vincent' Matz and two children Ronnie and Rhonda Kay of Bagley, Iowa and Mrs Isabella Hildman, Rosemary and Donald of Plymouth and the latter's friend from Duncan. The Prairie Neighbor birthday club met Sunday afternoon at the Henry Havcrly home in honor of Mrs Haverly's and Mrs Raymond Hanson's birthdays. Mrs Sophia Hildman, Beatrice and Leo were Sunday guests in the Lee Wirth home near Boone. Sister Mary Basila and the 7th and 8th grade pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school went to Mason City, Tuesday, March 19 to go thru Decker's Packing Plant, Carnation Company, Hoisum Bread^ Bakery, the T.V. Station and the Police Station. Mrs Robert Munson and children of Bradgate spent Saturday, March 16 here with her mother, Mrs Eunice Nelson. Mrs Irene Studer of Algona spent the weekend here in her home and spent Saturday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs Ed Garman and family. Mrs Leo Goetz spent several days last week in Algona with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Arndorfer, who are in pooi health. Mrs Eraser who cares for them took several days off A 9 pound and 7 ounces baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Goo. Vitzthum Jr. of Irvington Tuesday, March 12 at the Britt hospital. The young Miss joins a family of 6 boys. Mr and MRS George Vitzthum of Wesley are the paternal grandparents. Urban Neuroth and Clair Hildman took the former's wife to an. Iowa City hospital Wednesday, March 13, where she entered t> University hospital for x-rays and medical treatment. Betty Hauptman was brought htime Thursday, March 14, from the Britt hospital where she had been for x-rays and medical treatment, Mr and Mrs George Ricke and Mr and Mrs David Klcinpeter drove to Minneapolis, Saturday and were guests of Mrs Goetz' sister, Mrs Arden Hovland and family. Due to blizzard conditions in Minnesota their trip was postponed frem Friday till Saturday. Mrs Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City spent the weekend at the Harold Price home. On Saturday night Mr and Mrs Price, Joan and Duane, Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp and Mrs Hutchinson attended the wedding of their nephew and cousin Allen Miller to Darlene Teiger at the Lutheran church in Lake Mills. * Sandra Flom of Des Moines spent the weekend atf the parental, Mike Flom home. Walter Smith of Ames was u weekend guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Smith. Vincent Richtsmeier of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the parental, A. KL Richtsmeier home. Two now desks were installed last week in the Exchange State bank lobby along the cost wall. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene and Mr and Mrs Ray Kollasch and children were Sunday dinner guest? at the Franklin Bode home in honor of the first birthday of their grandson Michael Bode, which was Saturday. Mrs George Sc-iberg, Mrs Robert Bolenus and Mrs Charles Nygaard joined two chartered bus loads of Kos'suth County farm bureau women Tuesday March 19, on a trip to Des Moines Dale Struthev.s was. lucky winner of a dryer ai the DeBoer Hardware Store Friday. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease were Sunday guests in the borne pt their son Loren and wife in Mason City. Saturday was L. L Lease's birthday. Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier. Mrs John Hughes and Mrs Albert Lickteig and Kathy spent Saturday in Mankato visiting then daughters. . tfanice Richtsmeier Marilyn Hughes and Helen Lickteig, students at Good Counci' Academy. Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe and daughters of Ames spent the weekend at the parental, Mrs Clara Erdman -home. On.iSun- day they all -were guests at tht- Mrs Martha Olbrecht home in Rockwell City. Mr- 1 and. Mrs John Hauptman were also .guests in the Albrocht home. Mr and Mrs Wolfe wall visit his parents in St. Francisville, III. several days this week before leaving for Long Beach, Calif, where he will be employed as mech^anical engineer at the Douglas Aircraft Co. Mr and Mrs Frank Hanley and son Mike of Dubuque spent .the weekend at the parental, John Lickteig home. Mr and Mrs Stanley Studer and two daughters Marion and Joette of Blue Earth were Sunday guests in the parental, J. P. Studer home. , Mtutft 2t, Algono (la.) D« Me!n»*-5 Carthy. Roman Arend, Dorothy Arndorfer and son, Ronnie, Mr and Mrs John Pmischl, and Mr fcnd Mrs Philip Arndorfer. The men played cards and the ladie« learned more about electricity from the two lesson givers. Mrs John Preuschl and Dorothy Arndorfer. The lesson proved interesting -and worthwhile. Mr ,-ind Mrs George Kunke. drove to Mason City on the afternoon of March 17 to see the lat- tei'.s uncle. Leo Hanig, who ha? bem in the hospital for about 1(1 days. Further tests and x-rays are br-ing taken. Mrs Frances Immorfal was brought back from Iowa City, Mar. 12, after having had ; caUirac* operation performed on one eye. On Mar. 10 another milestone rolled around for the father of Mrs Phil Arndorfer, -M; H. Me- fcnroe. Those present for the oc- cavon at a dinner were Julia Me- Fnroe, Helen McEnroe, Dorothy !lK r eins and son. Bill, BcHty Ann McEnroe. Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe, Mrs Leon Hugcback, Mr.- John Rubes and son Stephen, M; and Mrs Charles Deibler and the Philip Arndorfer family. Other callers in the afternoon were Mr end Mrs Cornelius Larson and daughter Frances, Mrs Mike Pfeffer, John Pfeffer, Henrietta Tucker and daughter, Toni and Mr and Mrs Harold Hutchins. Mrs Annie Eischen was hostess to the St. Benedict card club. St. Benedict Club Hosts Husbands At Recent Party St. Benedict — The Town and Country Club held its yearly men and women's party at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Namer with Dorothy Arndorfer as co-hostess. Those present were Mr arid Mrs Magnus Rahm, Mr and Mrs George Grein, Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Tony Grandgenett, Mr and Mrs Jack Kutschara, Mrs Martin Seilor and son, David, Mr and Mrs Don Mc- YOUR BEST BUY IN For Price -For Quality -For Features U)kui£poo€ Freezer* & Refrigerators Your Old Unit Can Be Your Down Payment —* Big Trade-in Allowance I ! 15 CU. FT. 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IOWA to bf held in accordance' with the Thnrtf-r and bv-laws of the Association on April 1st, JP57 at 4 p.m., at th* office-* of the City of Algona, Iowa. Said meeting to be hrlc) fo'- (he election of Directors whoso terms expire., reading of reports, and For the trans- set ion of any other business that may com" up before the meetfng. Ry: Secy. M.'J. Mowers. 18 ORDINANCE NO. 961 A N ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE POSITION OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. DESIGNATING HIS DUTIES, PROVIDING FOR HIS COMPENSATION AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. BE IT ORDATNED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA : Section 1. There Is hereby created the office of the superintendent of Public Improvements of the City of Alpona, Iowa. Set-lion 2. The duties of this office shnll be nil of the duties heretofore or hereafter assiprred by statute, ordinance or resolution to the City Engineer, building inspector, superintend- end of sewage works of the City of Aleonn, town, and Fuch further duties .is may by resolution of the City Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, be flssiened to him frorft time to time, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the supervision ot the municipal streets and sewer svstems. the sewage treatment plant, in compliance with the zoning and fire limits Ordinances. Section 3. This office shall be filled by a duly qualified and licensed Civil Engineer authorized to engage In civil engineering in the State of Iowa as by law provided. Section 4. This office shall be filled by appointment made by the City Council and the appointee shall serve for such term as shall be fixed by or- dlnhnce or resolution of the City Council. Section 5. The compensation of the superintendent of public improvements shall be that fixed by resolution of the City Council at the time of appointment. Section 6. All other Ordinances or parts of Ordinances or resolutions of the City Council In conflict with the provisions hereof are hereby repeal- led. Section 7. This Ordinance, being deemed of immediate importance, will be in full force and effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this 13th day of March, 1957. David A. Smith City Clerk Approved: Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor INSTRUCTION IN DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT Men ate now being selected to train tof the Diesel Mid Heavy Equipment industry. 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