The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE ?!tefLl 4 'f r >V v -, ^ > ',' - ,C.• ^«fe^v$.',; ,.* l **v; JUSt IlDENf IFY YOURSELF AT ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE WORTH $2.00 AT CHRISCHILLES WORTH $2.00 AT SHILT'S SHOES WORTH $2.00 AT J. C. PENNEY - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, April 4, 1957 Holdren-Ostwald Nuptials March 24 At Whittemore Haupert, Shirley Shipler and JoAnn Dittmer. After a short wedding trip to Illinois and Wisconsin the couplg will make their home In Whittemore. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM engravihg) Sexton Club Meets At New Shirley Holdren, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Orville Holdren of Algona, was married to Melvin Ostwald, son of Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald of Whittemore at 2 p.m. Mar. 24, in> the Good Hope Methodist church. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the ceremony. The Bride, .given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length gown of chantilly lace over taffeta, a lace tunic, finished with three tiers of tullo ruffling, fashioned the bouffant skirt. The gown also had a Peter Pan collar and long lace sleeves that came to points over the wrists. Her finger-tip veil of silk illusion net was fastened to a sequin-trimmed lace headpiece, and she carried a bouquet of red roses on a white Bible. Evelyn McKim served as maid of honor and Barbara Zwiefel as bridtffttCliar Flower girls were. Marlys Wagner and Kathy Lallier. The bridegroom was attended by Charles Ostwald and Harold Bjustrom. Delbert Ostwald and Charles Bjustrom served as ushers and candlelighters. Helena Dodds was organist and ADan Reid soloist. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Janice Bjustrom was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Cecil Bjustrom cut the wedding cake, Mrs Lewis Broescler poured and table waitresses were Patricia Vaske, Joan .^^ In this only official corn yield test In Iowa — conducted by Iowa State College — Pioneer hybrids hold the highest yields in 6 of the 9 districts with 4-year averages. Pioneer holds 15 of the 43 first places for 1, 2, 3 and 4 year rankings, while none of the 52 other seed corn producers- have more than 5 first places. Plant Dependable Pioneer Seed Corn SEE OR CAU R. I. Mtiwdsley Algona j C. L. Bailey Algona > Aaron Steussy Algona \ Eugene Kollasch Bode j Harold Jones Swea City | T. O. Johnson Swea City ' Walter Vaudt Whittemore' Robinson Produce WesleyJ] By The Village Gossip Ssxton — The Sexton Friendly club met in exceptionally lovely surroundings at the Art Klein's new home. Members brought their baby pictures and al?o sonic unsuspecting husbands' picture? to be indentified. Newcomer Mrs Bin Beisch and Marilyn were guests. Mrs Art Hix anr Mrs Wilford Ward will entertain at the April meeting. Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and family spent the weekend with his parents at Starbuck Minnesota. They returned home in time for Glenn to make hi; debut on TV on the Farm Bureau. Forum, at Mason City. He-may have sounded nervous to th" audience but his neighbors could tell you that Glenn talks that way all the time. If he wa.= beginning-to feel like a star hi:young son's comment should have deflated his ego. When (old he couH stay up to watch his father PH TV his first words were "Well he'd better not come "on at the same time as I Love Lucy." It is reported George Yanser will have to be in the hospital at Britt another month after his recent surgery. A long stay is never nice but they are doiim everything • to make . .his visit pleasant 'as possible fa e c a u s e George is in a rocking bed to aid his circulation. Another visitor at the hospita! for surgery in Rochester has been little Patrice Bode. While she was there her sisters, Diane and Susan spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs August Kirschbaum. Grover and Clarence Grubb planned to spend two weeks visiting in Missouri but afteiv a few days they were called to Des Moines where their brother, George, has had a heart attack. The boys are planning to stay with him until his conditipn improves. The invention of plastic has resulted in a new kind of entertainment. Mrs Max Stratton entertained at a Tupperware party Tuesday afternoon. Spring must be getting close in spite of the storms. Ed Fitch is back from his winter in -ths country with the Chet Fitche and he spent ah afternoon with Arch Burger. It looked even more like spring when one local "matron" rode the youngsters bicycle to town to have coffee with a neighbor. The best example of the town's growth is the number of youngsters who seemed to fill the town lasi week while all the teachers were gone to their convention. Mack Wise looks pretty pleased with' himself. Seems Mrs Wise decided she didn't like the beauty of California as much as looking after Mack and headed for home before the month \yas up. She did enjoy the visit in San Diego with her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Verle Frasei and children. Mr and Mrs John Jennings are also enjoying a visit at then- home with their daughter, Mrs Bud Norland and Donna who are. home from Emery, Wisconsin for the first time in three years. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips had a full weekend. House guesti were their nieces. Nancy Presthus and Linda Mirlow of Ban croft. Mr Phillips' brother and sister-in-law of Albert Lea, Minn., stopped on their way tc Missouri and the couple's daugn- ter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Erling Williamson of Lyle, Minnesota, also spent Sunday here. Even with it's growing number of young families it looks like Sexton is still going to be noted for its bachelors. A new generation is getting started here with George Krieps and John Schier making their home alone. They aren't taking too many chances as they are starting out next door to Mr and Mrs Nick Krieps. With Don Lickteig out of service, he and Charles are going to be braver and start out as bachelors on their farm in Plum Creek township but It still isn't do far they won't be back tb the Ahi- brose Lickteig home for some of mother's good cooking. Mrs Martinek Hostess, Doan Woman's Club Doan — The Ooftn Woman's Club met at the home of Mra Harold Martlnek on Wednesday afternoon of last week. Mi's Hallie Davidson gave the lesson. Refreshments were Served by Mrs Martinek at the close Of the meeting. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, Mr and Mrs Fred Asa, Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa and Frank attended the funeral of Oscar Nnoblock at Oshkosh, Wis., on the weekend of March 23 and 24. The following Doan Methodist Youth, Fellowship members attended the Algona District Youth •Rally held at the First Methodist Church . in. Algona, on Sunday afternoon, Philip Asa, Linda Larson and-Betty Kiley, .and they were accompanied' by Mrs Ray Cunningham. Rhonda Htmmond and the other teacher of the Future Teachers Association of Waldorf College at Forest City* took e sight seeing tour or Field Trip to Minnesota last weekend. They all arrived back at Forest City on Saturday evening and Mrs Oscar Hammond brought Rhonda home for a Sunda'y visit. Mr and Mrs Louis Hansen and son Michael were' Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Frederick Funk. Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond, Monte and Rhonda and Mr James St. John' of Algona drove to Ames on Sunday of March 24 to visit with their son and wife. Mr and Mrs Darrell Hammond. They all went on to Des Moine? in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham spent last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mra James Ryburn. Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley and daughter Betty Ann attended a Dridal shower for Miss Shirley fCnudsen at the home of Mr and VIrs John Kiley on Friday evening, March 29. Mr and Mrs Darrell Hammond and friends (a married couple) of Ames visited at the Oscar Hammond home this last weekend. Mrs Mar; Dole has "been an list p&st Week with gallstone 1 • Irvihgton By Marguerite Mulligan Mrs Marie Frankl is spending this week at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Donald Frank! in Minneapolis, Minn. x Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum are parents of their first daughter, Diane Marie. There are six boys in the family. Mr and Mrs Delmer Reding are parents of a second son, Charles Joseph. The Redings have moved to the Virg Smith farm north of Algona where they will farm. Beautiful Coats for Everyone Baby, little sister, big sister and little brother, too. Gorgeous Hats ' Exciting, Frilly Dresses Be sure to see this array of spring fashions at Iva & Jessie's "The little Shop On The Side Street" MM Saw Leigh will itettlfrf home this Week from Fort D6d|e hospital where she had arf.ap»" pendectomy last week, V , ,, Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole went to Rochester Monday to go'tnri? the clinic* ' i Toriy , Thilges feceiVed word Mo'mJay'of the sudden death, of his mother, at Pentbn. Tony and family had visited her -oh Sun? day p.m. Death was due to Hearf attack. Funeral services will be at Whittemore and burial will be t at West Bend on Wednesday. ''Mr and Mrs A. Grace df Des Moines visited at the Wm. Bold* ridg^ hom.e over Sunday. - Mr Boldridge is yery poorly, and is* being cared for b'y his daughtery Elenore McElroy. • Mr and Mrs Le, Col Well drove to Iowa Gity Monday to Visit their daughter and family the Lee VanderWaals. ' Their two children are ill with Chicken ., PUBLIC NOTICE "-,,'• Public notice is • hereby given that the City Council oMhe City of Algona, Iowa, is proposing to adopt the Uniform Building Code, 1955 edition, Volume I, and all provisions of Volume III, standards, referred to. therein, published by the Pacific Coast Building Officials Conference and commonly known as the Uniform Building Code; that a public hearing on the adoption of said building code will be held at the City Hall in Algona/Iowa. at 8:00 p.m. on the 10th /da^ of April, 1957, .at which time the Council will hear and consider arguments for or against the proposed adoption of the building code. That copies of the pro- posed'building code may be seen or may be secured at the office of the City Clerk; that this notice is given pursuant to Section 366.7.5 of the Code of Iowa, 1954. David A. Smith . City Clerk 13-14 'Mr and-MM Raymontl-Berguni '!jM»*«4 •• had their Infflht «on, Lee Alan, leht at Holy butted at. ,the local Lutheraft ll_« Pit- 4 . '* ffiS«™5Wo»»^«» Rev. Marian Blbckhus offlflfct-, sponsors Reuben Johnson, , Mr and Mfs . vilie where she submitted BSajor surgery on Saturday Repoft§ sta that sh«r -fa DfDM Affent/on Formers: BULK the easy way to apply plant food I SWAT'S RED Srilft * PASTURGRO • ItlMH * BRIMM • VIGORO CoRMMrciol Grower We are equipped to give you complete - .plant food 4ervUe,.inclodiingbulic , •' spreading. Saves yoO Mme and labbf. Our trucks, will deliver ahd spread your : plant foodi for abovf the sdhw^ price fey:; ;' : would cost you in bags. Prompt, reliable service—any analysis. Order by phpin* . : or stop in and talk over your needs. BRING IN YOUR SOIL SAMPLES FOR FREE TESTING Robinson Produce 216 West Sfate St. . Algona, lowd HEADQUARTERS for SWIFT'S PLANT FOODS tF IT'S NEWS - WE WANT IT |; As Advertised ]n FARM & HOME Section S LAST 3 •I HERE (ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE) S •i •l i" >l WE MUST MOVE AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SATURDAY ANNO UNE MEN T- •I In New Temporary Location !i L —_.—...:'.-;,-, II III FROM COURTHOUSE In Former Location Clf . JACK'S "OK" TIRE SERVICE I III NOW — Our Iflit Three Days ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE — So Come and drab Up Bargain* While We're Starting To'fack I s Surplus

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