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I 4-Alflona Thuftday, Jun» 6, 1»57 Sykes-Prentice Vows Spoken AtSweaGify Swea Cily — Marriage vows were exchanged Saturday, May 28, between Alice Joanne Sykes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifton Sykes, Swea City, and Lee Prentice, son of Mr and Mrs Harry f rentice ,pf Rodman. The Rev. . H. Hammer witnessed thi; double ring ceremony at the ^irst Methodist Church. Attendants Were Miss Marlys Lunn and Mr Harlan Bleuer. •v The bride, wore -a light blue , SUit with a corsage of white fpses. Following the wedding about 60 relatives and friends attended the reception at the Home of the bride's sister, Mrs Wilmer Bleuer, at Whittemore. • Mrs Prentice is a 1957 graduate of Swea City high school. Her husband, who attended school at llodman, is employed in Cedai Falls, where the couple will make their home. There have been a number of bridal showers honoring Mrs Rodman. Prentice, here and at " Franklin Clark; who joined the High school faculty during the past semester as English instructor, has turned in his resignation to the board of education. Mr Clark's family still lives at Boone, and he has obtained n position at Ogden in order to. bo nearer his home. . White crosses were placed on servicemen's graves in the three local cemeteries as part of this year's Memorial Day tribute to deceased veterans of both wars. Members of the American Legion and VFW made the crosses, and they were painted fry the ladies • in the auxiliaries. Florence Kylen has accepted a position as receptionist and secretary at St. Olaf Church, Austin, Minn. Miss Kylen, who is a graduate of Waldorf College, has been employed in Masori City. : Mr and Mrs James Harper and sons Douglas and James ofi Waterloo visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Harper's parents, tylr and Mrs Bernard Looft. • Mr and Mrs Edwin Berggren attended Commencement at Upper Iowa University, Fayette, on Monday, ' when Marlin Berggreh was granted the bachelor's degree. Marlin will teach next year at Mallard. Mr and Mrs Edward R. Schiltz, who were married May 13 at St. Benedict, are -at home in the Vaughn apartments in the south part of town. He is employed at Gabby Motors. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Debra Craft To Iowa City Debfa Craft, 5-year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Doh Craft of Algbna, returned to Iowa City Tuesday for admission to University hospital. .This is the fifth trip to Iowa City for the little girl since it was discovered that she had a rare disease 'of the arteries in September, 1956, Her condition has been generally good, but she has been under,medication since that time. Her mother accompanied her to Iowa City where further lab and x-ray tests will be completed. Sunday evening at the First Methodist Church the annual reunion was held of all the religious instruction classes of the Rev. S. H. Hammer, both in Swea City and Grant, during the past 11 years. Following roll call, guest speaker' Franklin Clark talked. The Grant ladies served refreshments in the church par lor. Infants baptized Sunday a morning worshjp at the Firs Methodist Church were: Caro Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph ChantriU; Bruce Allen, son of. Mr and Mrs Gordon Jones Stephan Howard, son of Mr anc Mrs Kenneth Patterson; anc Peggy Lynn, daughter of Mr anc Mrs Allen Johnson. Dr. C. J. Lundquist, who had been hospitalized for several days at Holy Family Hospital, Esther^ ville, returned to his home Saturday. A total of 121 children, age 5 through 8th grade, attended First Methodist Church summer Bible school four days last week. At Sunday school the classes presented highlights of the week's instructions. The eleven teachers for the summer school were: Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer, Sedell Hammer, Mrs Edward Stewart, Mrs Lee Alward, Mrs Archie Briggs, Mrs Arden Zielske, Mrs William'Beck, Mrs Wallace Schaeffer, Mrs Lynn Pulver, and Mrs Cecil Godfredson. Dark Clouds Not Tornado In Nature ASSESSMENT NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that a plat and schedule are now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, showing assessments proposed to bo made for and on account of the cost oi. construction of storm sewers within Sub-District No. 1, in the City of Algona, Iowa, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the East City Limits of the City of Algona, Iowa. ,i coincident with the center-line of Call Street; thence west along Call Street to Ackley Sreet; thence south along Ackley Street to State Street; thence west along State Street to Durant Street; thence southeasterly across Lot 4, Block 255, Call's Addition, to the east line of said Lot 4; thence south along the east line of Lots 4 and 5, Block 255. and Lots 4 and 5, Block 264,2SSftU.J Addition to McGregor Street) Thence west along McGregor Street to the east line of Block I, Hillcrest addition; thence north along •said east line of Block i; Hillcrest Addition, to a point 50 feet north of Your Offer May Buy This Good Algona Residence 3 HLOCKS FROM LUCIA WALLACE SCHOOL Mr. Morton Bittinger, a Civil Engineer, being called to new work in Colorado, his home at 418 Sf>. Minnesota St., Algona, CAN BE BOUGHT WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Earnest Algona Homescekers, LET US SHOW YOU INSIDE THIS HOME; having 2 separate entrances, and being SUITABLE FOR 1 LARGE, or 2 SMALLER FAMILIES. & ZONOLITE INSULATED, ECONOMICAL TO HEAT! © 1st Floor (oak floors) has living room, dining room, kitchen (with cupboards, fixtures and alcove) a bedroom and half-bath. 8 2nd Floor (oak floors), with hallway, has 3 bedrooms (adaptable for housekeeping), full bathroom and storage, or extra bedroom. 9 Full basement, cement-floored, with nearly NEW NATURAL GAS FURNACE and ELEC. WATER HEATER. $ Nicely located on a full-size lot, 6fixl32', with roomy garage, lawn and fertile garden-spot. Contact , D. HUTCHINS REAL ESTATE (519 South Jones St., Algona, Iowa Telephone CYpress 1-3205, early mornings, afternoons or evenings and arrange inspection. Storms, including high winds and plenty o! rain; have prevailed in many areas of the United States including major portions of Iowa. The above photo is a-scary shot of a cloud formation whicn passed over fiumboldt last week. . . . , The'angry, dark clouds appear ready to drop funnels toward'tHe ground, but fortunately none formed and serious damage was averted. ' "" , ., ? (Photo courtesy Jaqua Printing Co., Humboldt — UDM Engraving) First Communion For 65 May 30 At Bancroft Bancroft — On May 30, 65 'boys and girls of St. John's parish received their' first Holy Communion at High Mass with Father J. H. Schultes' officiating. These children were under the direction of Sister Mary Dolrtrese, O.S.F. In the group were Katherine Accurso, Michael Bauer, Joan Berte. Eugene Boeckman, .William Brink, Richard Cogley, Richard Diers, Kenneth Droessler, Joanne Fangman, Charles Farrow, Barbara Foth, Mary Fox, Judy Hutchihson, Louise Hut-> ctiinson, Louise Hutchinson, Daf- rell Jensen, Vivian Kadow, .Dennis Lappe, Alice Lynch; Ellen Lynch, Mark McCarthy, Darrell McCleish, Philip Meyer, Dorothy Merron, Marilyn Priester, Kenneth Schiltz, Joelene Schneider, Dennis Schrauth, Philip Thompson, Stephen Vaske, Kathleen Welp, Kathryn Binzen, earlier that evening. David Blocker, Mary Boeckman, death was cancer. Diers, James flobert Hauptman, Darrell man, Richard Lynch. , • s, ttadine McCleish, Russell Menke, Thomas Nemmers, -Law- fence Nurre, Kathryn Schiltz, Leoh Schiltz, Dale Ulses, John Williams, Ruth DeQeeter, Catherine Hatlestad, Ann Keintz, Donald Lynch, Theresa Marlow, Linda Menke, Neil aftd Nora Nurre, Bridget QUinn. Paillette Arend, Margaret Crawford, Charlene and CharleJtte Lappe, Ann Regner, RoxaftniJ Stefahski, LeAnn Wermers!, David Nelson, Shirley Nelson and Linda O'Donnell. Mrs Froyd, 35, Formerly Of Bancroft, Dies Bancroft — Mrs Nick Sandt received word Saturday night of the death of her step-daughter, Mrs John (Bernice) Froyd of Tucson, Ariz., who passed away Cause of France. . Bernlee gurft Was thd >• ter of Nick B&Hdl-and the lat Susan Hattett Sattdt. She wai bd'ffi June 22, 18(21, •'near Ban* ct*oft and- survivor a .include hef htisband, Jbhn Ffdyd, a son, Jerry, her father, step'-mother, A sister, Sister Mary CallistUs (El^ len) of Briar Cliff College, Sibux City, a half-brother. Dwayne Sandt and Mrs John (Loin) Steirj of Clare. A brother, Elmer, pre« ceded her in death in' infancy, ; Nick Saridt has been with his daughter and family since May 16 and Sister Callistus and her companion, Sister Camillus Mes* Cher, a cousin, arrived at Tucson Wednesday evening, Majr 29, to be with her sister and family. . . ...'..-.. _ . _ ^...^ . f." Named Manager Don fiennert, asSt. manager />f the Fareway Store here for the past year, has been appointed manager of the EstherVille Fare- way Store, it was announced by Mel Bay, manager. James St. John has been transferred to, the store here from Carroll. ' Benjamin Franklin was the first American ambassador to 'NEW LOCATION - NEXT TO SECURITY STATE BANK DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Adam Lieb, 81, Dies, Rites Held Sunday / Funeral services for Adam Lieb, 81, a resident of Kossuth county for the past 70 years, were held at Trinity Lutheran church here Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. Donald Heck, interim pastor of the church, officiated, and burial followed in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Dean and Robert Meine, Harlan Berbers, William Loss, Eugene Lieb and Larry Mueller. Honorary pallbearers were A/1C Duane Lieb and A/1C Dennis .Lieb. Adam Lieb, son of Frederick and Maria Aenes Lieb. was born Sept. 21, 1875, at Wittenberg, Germany. He came to the Jnited States and Kossuth county the south line of said Block 1; thence east parallel to McGregor Street across Lots 26 and 25 to the west line of Lot 25, Block 1, Hlllcrest Addition, thence northwesterly .across Lots 24 and 23 to the northwest corner of Lot 23, Block 1, Hlllcrest Addition; thence west along the north line of Lots 22 and 21, Block 1, Hillcrest Addition, to Heckart Street; thence north along Heckart Street to the southeast corner of Lot 1, Block 2, Hillcrest Addition; thence northwesterly across Lot 1, Block 2,,Hillcrest Addition and Lot I, Block 258, Call's Addition, to State Street; thence west long State Street to the main track of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad; thence north and northwesterly along said main track to its intersection with Diagonal Street; thence northeasterly along Diagonal Street to a point opposite the west line of Lot 2, Block 128, Call's Addition; thence north along said west line of Lot 2, Block 128, and Lot 2, Block 119, Call's Addition, to a point 66 feet north of the south line of said Lot 2, Block 119; thence east parallel to Commercial Street to the east line of Lot 4, Block 117, Call's Addition; thence southeasterly across Lot 3 to Commercial Street; thence east along Commercial Street to Johnson Street; thence southeasterly across Block 132, Call's Addition to the intersection to Putnam Street and the alley of said Block 132; thence south along Putnam Street to the City Limits; thence west and south along the City Limits to the point of beginning. Said sewer lines within said sewer District being located and described as follows: LINE NO. 1 An 18 in. line in Main St. from Elm St. to Oak St. Thence a 12 in. line in Oak St. from Main St to Johnson St. LINE NO. 2 A 21 in. line in Elm St. from Main St. to 150 ft. W. of Main St. Thpnce an 18 in. line in Elm St. from 150 ft. W. of Main St. to Roan St. Thence a 15 in line in Roan St. from Elm St. to Oak St. Thence a 12 in. line in Roan St. from Oak St. to Commercial St. LINE NO. 3 A 24 in. line in Linden St. from Main St. to Roan St. Thence a 21 in. line in Roan St. from Linden St. to Lucas St. Thence a 21 in. line in Lucas St. from Roan St. to, 230 ft. W. of Roan St. Thence an 18 in. line In Lucas St. from 230 ft. W. of Roan St. to Woodworth St. Thence a 12 in. line in Lucas St. from Woodworth St. to Heckart St. LINE NO. 3-A r A 12 in. line in Woodworth St. from Lucas St. to Linden St. LINE NO. 4 A 36 inch line in Main St. from Linden St. to Lucas St. Thence a 33 in. Una in Main St, from I ucas St. to North St. Thence a 33 in. line in North St. from Main St. to Roan St. Thonce a 27 in. line in North St. from Roan St. to Woodworth St. Thence a 24 in. line in Woodworth St. fiom North St to Call St. LINE rKX 4-A A 12 inch line in Roan St. from North St to Call St. LINE NO. 4-B A 12 inch line in North St. from Woodworth St. to Heckart St. LINE NO. 4-C A 12 inch lina in Call St. from Woodworth St. to Lantry St. LINE NO. 4-D A 15 inch line in Woodworth St. from f-om Call St. to Stato St. Thcncs a 15 in. line in Woodworth St, trom Stale St. to Nebraska St. Thence a 12 in. line in l-kbraska St. from Woodworth St. to Durant St. LINE NO- 4-E A 12 inch line in Lucas St. from Main St to 165 ft. W. of Main St. In addition, all necessary manholes, intakes, and other appurtenances shall be provided where needed, against all properties located within Storm Sewer Sub-District No. 1; said plat and schedule showing the separate lots and parcels of ground proposed to be assessed for the cost of said improvement, the names of the owners thereof, so far a: shown, and the amount to be assessed against each lot or parcel of ground and against railway or street railway companies assessable therefor. Within twenty days after publication of this notice, all objections to said assessment or to the- prior proceedings on account of errors, irregularities or inequalities must be n.ade in writing and filed with the City Clerk, and any objections not so made shall be deemed waived. Date of first publication June 4, 1957. David A. Smith City Clerk Ida Tietz Adam Lieb in 1887 and married June 21, 1900 at Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Lieb resided in that area until retirement in 1937, when they moved to Algona. Mr Lieb had been a member of the Trinity Lutheran church since 1937. , Survivors, besides his wife, include two sons, Reinhard and Edwin of Algona; a daughter, Rosa (Mrs Roy Mueller), Fenton; a brother, Ferdinand Lieb, Richmond, Cal.; and five sisters, including Mrs William Schmidt of Fentgn. Mr Lieb succumbed following a heart attack at 9:45 a.m. Thursday at St. Ann hospital. He had been ill for two days. To Open Funeral Home At Wesley Wesley — The former Grifhorst drug store building, now owned by Martin Hamilton, is in the process of being remodeled for a funeral home to be operated by Allen J. Blake owner and director of the Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne. An up-to-date and modern funeral chapel and .facilities for Wesley and surrounding com- muties including an ambulance service, will be opened this month. SPECIAL It:SPECIAL^SPECIAL Mens Nylon Neck T-SHIRTS 3 for $1 S - M - 1 Wash n' Wear MENS SLACKS 2 Mens Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 1.39 To New York C. V. Fowler, owner of Fowlers Apparel Store here, left Tuesday evening for : Chicago, enroute to New York City where he will spend two weeks buying merchandise and visiting apparel manufacturers. He will be staying at the Hotel New Yorker. Enroute, he visited for a day with relatives in Evanston, 111. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Good Neighbors At Zeiglers A good-neighbor deed occurred in the Algona area May 24, when a group of'men went to the Ear] Zeigler home and put in 80 acres of soybeans. The helpers were Clyde Priebe, Garel Leek, Junior Neuroth, Art Olsen, Ed Kain, Steve Loss, Willis Etherington, Leonard Klocke, Ernest Nauman and Chester Albright. Mr and Mrs Zeigler have been In .-Jowa .City with their son, 'Tommy, who has been a patient in the hospital for the past three weeks. Mrs Zeigler remained in Iowa City while Mr 'Zeigler returned to Algona. ZEBCJO CASTING REEL Reg. $12.50 Retail Selling Price Murtagh Reelected Gene Murtagh .president of Druggists' Mutual Insurance Co., has been re-elected to a two-year term to the Board of Directors of the Federation of Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Chicago, Illinois. MENS COMBED COTTON BRIEFS Reg. 69c Per Pair Value ALL-METAL SKATE CASES Regularly $3.79 plus tax 3-PIECE SECTIONAL 11-FT. CANE FISH POLE 25-FOOT TROUBLE LIGHT 2 Outlet - $1.89 Valuo 1.39 OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT Compare at $3.49 2.39 Gal. 5-Gal. Lots - 10.88 MENS DRESS ANKLETS 49c Per Pair Reg. The first oil well in the U. S. was built in Titusville, Pa., in 1859. 3 Pr. $1 WJDIAMOND'S SURPLUS-H BNEW LOCATION - NEXT TO SECURITY STATE BANKl G Absolutely Free! 12 • All Sales, women will be wearing "Kay Whitney" Dresses Friday and Saturday! "KAY WHITNEY" DRESSES Ncthing to buy . . . just register at GRAHAMS' Ready- to-Wear Department on balcony anytime from Tuesday, June 4th until Noon Saturday, June 8th, A FREE "KAY WHITNEY" will be given away at each drawing on Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th (You MUST be present to win!) . , • Names will be drawn until each Kay Whitney is claimed! Drawings will be held —- FBI., JUNE 11 a. m. p. m SAT., JUNE 8 4 p. m. 1 2 p. m. 3 p. m. 5 p. m. 7 p. m, 8 p. m. 1 p. 2 P- 3 p. i p. m. m. in- m. Lucky winners will receive the Kay Whitney cf their choice fron? GRAHAMS Stock, COTTON CARNIVAL ,., Choose now from hundreds of fresh new Kay Whitney cottons . .. perfect far months of summer' wear ahead! Pictured, only two of many styles shown . • . 5 98 wP-^ 1 *^B!F ^tff- JUNIORS Misses HAL? SIZES

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