The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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Many Reunions For Lu Verne Families Lately — . The annual Leglcr reunion was held hear Hampton June 9. About 85 relatives gathered at the LuVerne tbwn hall for the annual Kubly reunion. The annual Sanford reunion was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford. The annual .Jergensen family reunion WPS held Sunday in Eagle Grove Greenwood Park. Attending from LuVerne were Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen, Mr and Mrs Irvin Jergensen, Mr and Mrs Gerald Smith and Mrs Earl Detmer- mg, Jr. and their families,. Dennis Schulz of Watertown, Minn., spent the weekend with Mrs Schulz and son in the parental Otto Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty of Iowa City were over Sunday visitors in the parental Henry A. Marty home. Their baby son Alan returned home with them after a week here with the grandparents. Mr and Mrs W. Scott Robinson and daughters, Las Vegas, Nov., arrived to visit in the Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker home, parents of Mrs Robinson. Sally Shirk, air line stewardess of Washington, D. C. arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk . Mr and Mrs Earl Gronbach and children of Hayfield, Minn, spent the weekend visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz. Sara Blumer of Waukcgan, 111. has arrived for the summer here at the home of her brother and sister, Peter and Luel\a Blumer. Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty visited their son Mr and Mrs DcRay Lichty and children in Mason , City Saturday and Sunday. "Gary Erdmann, 14, son of Mr and Mrs Eddie Erdmann has been confined to his bed trie past three weeks with rheumatic fever. Otto Wilie was taken by ambulance Sunday to a hospital in Fort Dodge after, he suffered a heart attack at his- home. Margean Merkle went to Cedar Falls, Monday morning for a week at Camp Ouspe, Riverview Park of the Evangelical United Brethren churches. Mrs Merle Carlson and children of Rock Island, 111. visited the past week in the James Blumer home. Mrs Carlson and. Mrs Blurner are sisters. Weekend guests in the Don Miller home were his brother, Mr and Mi<f Allen Miller pFMasof • City. Callers Sunday evening in the Don Miller home were his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs John Miller of Burl. Mr and Mrs Henry Kuecfc .pf Lpne Rock visited Wednesday evening in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Miller and children. Boston Common, o r i g i n a lly used as pasture by John Winthrop, first Mass. Governor, is the oldest public park in the U.S P. T, Barnum, the famous American showman was born in Bethel, Conn, in 1810. BurtOlrlTo Graduate At I.S.C. June 15 (la.) tnumfay, Jotw 19, fit? Rochelle Andrews, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Dean Andrews of Hurt, will receive the bachelor of science degree in Mathematics from Iowa State College, Ames, at the commencement exercises, June 15. While in college, Miss Andrews participated in Science Women's Club, Wesley Foundation and Mathematics Club. During her senior year she was vice- president of the Mathematics Club and did part time teaching at the College. She has accepted a position to teach in Cresco high school next year. Lone Rock Ladies Tour The Amanas Twenty-five ladies of the Lone Rock vicinity chartered a bu% io the Amana Colony Tuesday. The bus left from Lone Rock at 6 a.m. The ladies enjoyed the day touring the 25,000 acres of the Amana Colonies. Ladies who went were: Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Andrew Thompson, Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt, Mrs Paul Voigt, Mrs Owen Berhow, Mrs Howard Krause, Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mrs Ray Laabs, Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mrs Lloyd Berkland, Mrs Larry Alt, Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mrs Ed Priebe, Mrs Jerry Radig, Mrs Willis Cotton, Wanda Weitzel, Marilyn Bollinger, all Lone Rock, Mrs Morgan of Algona,-and Mrs Art Teitz of Lakota. watt •ftmf Staf* Street t» Dwrtnt Street; thence iouthewterlv Jfcroii Let 4, Block 255, Cail't Addition, to fhf ewt I!H» 6f Mid Lot 4: frSrie* wotti f ona the *«t »n» of lot* 4 *nd 5, lock 255, arid Lett 4 and 9, Block 54, Call's Addition to MtGwgw Street, thence west along McGregor Street to ffte east line of Block I, Hitlcrtsf addition; thence north along said east line of Block 1, Hilicrest Addition, to * point 50 feet north of the south line of Mid Block 1; thence east parallel to McGreeor Street aeMHv Lots 26 and 25 to the west line of Lot 25, Block 1, Htllcfest Addition, thence northwesterly across Lot* 24 and 23 to th*» northwest corner of Lot 23, Block 1, Hiflerest Addition; thence west along the north line of Lots 22 and 21, Block 1, Hillerest Addition, to Heckart Street; thence north along Heckart Street to the southeast corner of Lot 1, Block 2, Hillcrett Addition; thence northwesterly across Lot 1, Block 2. Hillcrest Addition and Lot 1, 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 Mid 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 Mid west fine 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 Mid sewer District being located and dwcribmd ai follows: LINE NO. 1 An 18 in. line In Main St. from Eton 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. Thence, an 18 in. line In Etm 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 : V ' A 24 ia line in Linden St. from Main St. to Roan St. Thence a 21 In. (The in Roan St. from St. from BIG ONE Ttte bass season opened sucess- 'fuUy" for Francis Howsare of Cha'riton, who hooked a nice seven-pounder at Red Haw Lake there. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ASSESSMENT NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that a plat and schedule are now on file In the office ot the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, showing assessments proposed to bo made for and on account of the cost o( construction of storm sewers within Sub-Pistrict No. 1, in the City of Algona, Iowa, described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a point-on the East City Limits of the City of Algona, Iowa, 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 Linden St. to Lucas St. Thence a 21 In. Una in Lucas Roan St. to 230 ft. W. of Roan Thence an IB 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 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. line In Main St. from Lucas St. to North St. Thence a 33 in. line in North St. from Main St. to Roan St. Thence a 27 In. line In North St. from Roan St. to Woodworth St. Thence a 24 in. line In Woodworth St. from North St. to Call St. LINE NO. 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 line in Call St. from Woodworth St. to Lantry St. LINE NO. 4-D A 15 inch line in Woodworth St. from from Call St. to State St. Thence a 15 in. line in Woodworth St. trom State St. to Nebraska St. Thence a 12 in. line in Nebraska St, from Woodworth St. to Durant St. LINE NO. 4-E 1 A 12 inch line In Luces St. trom Main St. to !*5 {t. W. of Main St. In addition, all necessary manholes, intakes, and other appurtenances shall be provided where needed, against ail -properties located within Storm Sewer Sub-District No. 1; saltf 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 at shown, and the amount to be assessed against each lot or parcel of ground and against railway or street railway companie? 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 made in writing and filed with the City Clerk, and any objections not so mafia shall be deemed waived. Pate of first publication June 4, 1957. David A. Smith City. Cl»rk INEW LOCATION - NEXT TO SECURITY STAT6 BANK" ^DIAMOND'S SURPLUS CO CO Dear Old Dad's Daze at Diamond's Plaids Stripes Figures Florals Imported Gingham* • Sizes, 14 to 17'/i Would Tak* a full Page to *h? Complete at Diamond's. MENS WASH N' WEAR SLACKS.... COMPLETE STOCK OF RODS and REELS EVERYTHING FQR PADS WHO FJiH i ZEBCO $12,50 CASTING REEL, with line - 7.99 UOTS QF OTHER SUGGESTIONS FOR DAD'S GIFT — Wrist WaJsbw. , Wle V«*U. Caropw>9 Equipment. Work gloihei, Caps. Pajnt, Etc, Etc. :*DIAMOND'S SURPLUS.;.;.;.;. M1W LOCATION . MfXT TO lffiUU1¥ STA1I ICONSUMER8 CONSUMERS! POUND Armour'* Pmh Cloverbloom (CONSUMERS RUPfftT BRAND POUND PACKAGE COD FILLETS 39c SHI* AHOY 10-O2. PACKAGE Breaded Shrimp 59c Beef Quarter SALE! Young Corn-Fed Beef 90 To 100 Lb. Average DUNCAN MINES ~ WHITE OR CHOC. CAKE MIX 4 Reg. We*. For WESTPAC PURPLE PLUMS si Giant SPECIAL PREPARED No. T Can* For SPAGHETTI Bonnelle's or Allison's 10 CAN WE CUT As Carefully and Neatly As If It Was For Our Own Use WE WRAP Carefully and tightly So You Get No Freezer Burn WE MARK Each Package So You Can Tell At a Glance What Is Inside Package WE DO THIS AT NO EXTRA CHARGE TENDER, LEAN, YOUNG Beef Roast Ib. 39c (ALL EXCESS FAT'AND SONE REMOVED) SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULL-COOKED Cry-0-Vac Ib. 39c WILSON'S SLICED AMERICAN '/* LB. PKG. TASTI-RIPE SLICED Peaches $1 SPECIAL ROSEDALE BARTLETT PEARS 3 v .$!••' CREAM STYLE CORK CAN PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 25 - I 89 Dote Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice 95< SPECIAL SEAMIST FROZEN LEMONADE 1O CAN SPECIAL FRESH SLICING Cucumbers ea. FRESH GREENTOP Radishes bch. Pascal Celery stk. 19 Sunkist Oranges °® 49 FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 "FLUF" PEANUT WTO JAR Sunday • Father's Day Pamper Dad With a Fine Meal! —_••_• Salad Dressing FULL QUART ^ CONSUMERS BMWCONSUMB M*$. CLARK S CONSUMERS LARGE SIZE WHEATIES ^^^*w^^^^^ ^w^pi^^* SPECIAL 4Q-OUNCE flZI mm 39 SPECIAL CRESCENT EGG NOODLES Lb. WE GIVE i & H OMEN STAMPS Alt

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