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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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S-Algon* (la.) Upjjsr tot Moines Thursday, June 20, 1957 NOTICE OF HEAfimC ON PROPOSED SCHOOL BUILDING ro« SENTBAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT You nrc l;cicby notified thai Ihorr v;H !>r ;i hrnriiiR on July 10. !W7, (ion 7 30 o'doi k p.m. unti'l S :<0 o'rlnrk ;• MI in thr gynin.T«ium of the Public Srhi-il RuildiiiR in l.onc Rock. Knssuth (.'ntin;\. lo-.v.i. >-n the prnposi'd con- s'riKtiim .M ;i high srhool buildinc tuv tho Scntial <"omtnunit.v School Ill-strict in thr rv.untlcs of Kossuth nncl Palo Alto. St.itp of low.i. Thr Board of Ofrec'lors h.if ncloptrrl proposed plans ."ind spoclficntions nnc: proposed Imins ni cnntrnct tlu'rrfoi Co! tlif Niiilding consisting of cpncrn conetrurtion: clritncal instnllntion; plu-Tihinp. 'iratiPK. \-enUl.ition niu; eov..!ge -, r ,ci well tnstnllntion. A< snld hi-;ititiB any prison may ;ip IV'.'tt ;}!ui f:l< chid Mons to tho r.ropos- <d plans, specif a'-. i! inns or contract for, CM ros' ui such pnprovc7"!H'nt. At s.iid herritic n det.tih'd explanation of the architect's drawings anc specif ical ions \vill be available and This notice is given in accordance with Section 23.2 of thr 1P54 Code o Iowa, an 1 by order of the Board . Di'ec -tors. at Lone Rock. Iowa, this 14th of Jtine. 1!I57. IM.iijoiio Countryman Sec rt i .1 1 j . Board of' Directors (Published In The Aljrona ITpper Do." Moines. Algona. Iowa. June 20. iyS7.) da\ ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NEW HIGH SCHOOL SENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FENTON, LONE ROCK AND SENECA KOSSUTH AND PALO ALTO COUNTIES, IOWA By virtue of statuatory authority a preference will be frive'n to products and provisions grown and coal produced within tin State of 'Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty i30t days after the riatf set for the opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right .'o reject nny or all bids and to waive informalities therein. Proposal forms, plans and specifications may be examined at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Lone Rock. Towa; at the office of the A-E. Haarst-v-k Lundgren nnd Associates, Inc.. N-212 First National Bank Building. St. Paul. Minnesota: at the Builders' Exchanges of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota; at the North Iowa Builders' Exchange. Mason City. Iowa: at the Builders' Exchange of Omaha. Nebraska; nnd at the F. W. Dodge Corporation, Des Moines. Iowa. Contractors may obtain plans and specifications for the work at tht nfice of the A-E by depositing the Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.0 Marilyn Roeder Is Bride (Bids CIo»e July 10, 1957) — „.. „..„ ^^^ Sealed proposals in DUPLICATE will Kossuth,and Palo, Alto Comities, IOWB •n of set of documents. This dp- >>MI will bo returned to each Con- actor for only one set of documents, 'iovided the documents are returned •omplete and in good condition with :n ten (10) days after the bids arc ipcnrd. and provided a bonnfide pro-. insal is submitted. One half of the •mount of the deposit will be reftind- 'ri to: Contractors who fail to bid 11 subcontractors; all material anil iiiipment suppliers, and all others — • ir each s«t of documents returned urr-.plctc and in good condition with- i ten (10) days after the bid opening, i bond in the form approved by the .State of Iowa in the sum of the fui imount of the contract will be required of the successful bidder unc 14, 1957. Hnarstick Lundgren and .Associates nc.. Architects — Engineers. W-212 First National Bank Buildinii aint Pnul, Minnesota Joard of Education I Scnli-al Community School District f'enton. Lone Rock and Seneca be received by the Board of Education. Sentral Community School District, Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca, Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa, until 8:,w p.m. on the 10th dav of July. 1!I57. at the School Gymnasium, Lone Rock. Iowa. At the above hour the proposals will be publicly opened and road nloud. Proposals will be received on any or all of the following items: A. General Construction B. Electrical Installation C. Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation and Sewage Disposal D. Well Installation Each bid shall be accompanied by a bidder's bond, a certified check, cashier's check or draft drawn on a solvent State or National Bank domiciled within the State of Iowa, in the amount at least equal to 5% of the Total amount of the proposal,payable without conditions to the Owner.' The bid security IB required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Board of Education described above, lor the work described in the proposal. (Published in The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 20 anu June 27, 1857) ADVERTISED IN THIS MONTH'S SECTION Active Dry Yeast FLEISCH- n MANN'S W for "Thrifty Three's" KABO Syrup 5 Ib. can NESTLE'S Choc. Morsel*, Pkg. NESTLE'S Quik. 1 Lb. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 Ib. bag CREAM ETTES HILEX Bleach CLABBER GIRL Baking Powder 10-oz. can BALL Dome Lids 2 Pkgs. A. F. Anderson Rites Saturday At Titonka Titonka — Funeral services were held for A. F. Anderson, 88, Saturday afternoon, June 15 at 1:30 at the Titonka Methodist church with the Rev. Max Goldman officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Township cemetery. Pallbearers were Wayne Hagen, Walter Haack, Lester Hagen, John Cosgrove, AYidrew Krominga and Andrew Cosgrove. Arnold Fredrick Anderson was born February'22, 1869 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized and confirmed in the Danish Lutheran church in Copenhagen. He received his formal education in Copenhagen having graduated from the University • of Copenhagen, a school in which he taught mathematics for a year On April 12, 1893 he was united in marriage to Venga Petra Twede Pedersen! They had ten children, five boys and five girls Shortly after their marriage they came to America, arriving in Wesley, in April of 1893 whera they -lived for about 10 years Following their stay there thej moved to Titonka where Mr Anderson continued to live until his death. His work in America was that of a carpenter and contractor. Mr Anderson passed away at the Maple Leaf Rest Home in Burt, following a stroke Thursday, June 13, at 11 a.m. Preceding him in death were his wife, Oct. 1, 1950, and three children, Amos, Paul and Walter. Surviving him are his five daughters, Mrs Minnie Zeigler of Spirit Lake; Mrs Emma Drake of Piqua, Ohio; Mrs Tjelma Clark of Rockwell; Mrs Mary Halfpenny of Chicago, 111.; and Mrs Erma Roelse of Sioux City; and two sons Emanuel ' of Dike; and George of Titonka, with whom Mr Anderson made his home fqr about 5 years prior to his stay at the rest home. In addition there are many grandchildren and other loved ones who mourn his passing. . ' -vi'. $750 Collected In Kossuth For Crippled Kids V.F.W. and auxiliary members who participated in the recent drive for funds to send crippled children to camp collected a total of $750, according to Ed Wolf, chairman. Included among the persons p.nd organizations who donated <;ish to t!ie drive wore the following who gave at least $5. jMhnxon House. Thci mogas Co.. P'-n-ival Motors. Algona Flou: ;>rul Food. Bust Erul Grocery, i'.Hishom';;, Security State Bank. ',';:. -M-e Service, Club 169, Brad<-v Bro.*.. •Sjogren'.". Jnmos Kel••v. 1! rl.i A^ams. Wilbur Zoigler. .t':<: yy Johnson, John Goodman ! '.v.;;ld Voigt, Charity Devine. Fn'd I'lumb. Algona Country C'!i;h, Pioneer .Hibred Corn Co!. U-'aynn Goodmnn ;:nd Garland ' The wedding of Marilyn Ann, | nett, sister of the bridegroom, daughter of Mr and Mrs George j were bridesmaids. The bride- Roeder and Leroy J. Grandge- j groom was attended by his broth- nett, son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Grandgenett, all of Algona, took place Tuesday, June 4, at 8:30 a.m. in the St. Benedict Catholic church. Fr. C. Ernst officiated at the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Jimmie, Jerry arid Bob Grandgenett and Ronald Arndorfer. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of Shiffli embroidered tulle over nylon net and satin. The close fitting bodice extended into deep points at front and back. The modified sabrina neckline was trimmed with sequins, with cap sleeves and gauntlets of lace to match. The skirt was bouffant tulle with panels of Shiffli embroidery. Her finger tip veil of pleated tulle and rosepoint lace fell from a pillbox trimmed with pearls and sequins, and scallops around the bottom. She carried a. cascade bouquet of white baby carnations with a white orchid in the center. She wore pearl earrings, gift of the groom. Phyllis Arndorfer, roommate of the bride and cousin of the bridegroom, and Carol Grandge- cr, Paul Grandgenett, and John Roeder, brother of the bride. Ushers were Dick Grandgenett, brother of tho bridegroom, and Jimmie Klernm. The dinner was held at the Algona K. C. Hall for 110 guests a reception following at the hall Table waitresses were Jane Red ing, Janice Besch, Mary Arndorf- tT, Jeanotte McCarthy, Nancy Downs, Donna God?., Evelyn Rayhons, and JoAnn Klernm Those, who took care of the gifts weit; Marjorie Illg, Jeanne Capc- sius and Margaret McElroy. A1 the guest book were Marlene Arndorfer and Judy Grandgenett Mrs Frank Roeder, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and employed at Algona Implement. The bridegroom is a graduate of the LuVerne high school, and is employed at Hamilton Hatchery in Wesley. He returned nine months ago from four years in the Air Force. Following a ten day trip to the eastern states, they are at home at 502 M; E. State St. Algona. (Photo by Nels Isaacson - UDM Engraving) ;'!.'.r-..-'tion Ballroom. Whifte • >•: Fvrvpll St. John, Irvm:' ;•:: H-br:rton Elovato'-- F;irnv,';-'< "' -O;> Elevator, W. M. Boykt-n Sv.'-n's Furniture, J. K. Schutjcr, Or. II. I. To;-gen;-on and Bolsford T,l)i-., Titonka: Max Wise, Sexton: •uid Farmer's State Bank, Lu- Vf/ne. The name "Illinois" is a French •vine, for "Illini", an Indian tribe exterminated by the Iroquois on Starved Rock". Hunting & Fishing AROUND ALGONA- Mrs Beecher Lane and son. Gary, and her mother, Mrs Nellie Harvey of Manchester left Friday for a visit of two weeks with relatives. The first stop was Wood Lake, Minn, and they are now at Bismarck, N. D. After several days with the daughter, Gloria (Mrs Fred Weibusch) at St. Paul they will return to Algona. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders arid family spent Sunday at Orange City. Mr Reinders' brother and family were visiting there from Denver. Homer Clark, who is employed on a construction project al Iowa City, spent the weekend here with his family. CONSUMER'S SUPER-MARKET The NEW Telephone Number Of The Upper Des Moines CY-press 4-3535 Rev. and Mrs M. H. Brower and family went to 'Geneva Sunday afternoon and remained overnight there with Rev. Brower's mother, Mrs Mary Brower. The daughter, Mary Jo, is staying for a longer visit. Beecher Lane went to Manchester Sunday where he attended a thirtieth reunion of his high school graduating class. —o— Mr and Mrs Ray Cook spent the weekend at Winnebago, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Ben Ingebritzen, who formerly lived here, —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders Were visited from Tuesday unti] Thursday of last week by Mrs Rei rider's parents, Mr and Mrs D. P. Haarsma of Orange City. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips and daughters, Sandra and Gayle, are Ccnlinued From Page 1 My wife bought a straw sun-hat tin'"', and I purchased a few gut leaders. • * * The second fish pictured is a monster 19-Lb. Northern which can't but help renew faith in Iowa fishing. This fish, 40'/a inches in length; hung out over the ends of the tank at Larry's while on display, and was caught by Don Frideres, who, it seems, displayed all the imagination and ingenuity of a true Isaac Walton in landing his catch. Casting from the bank of the Des Moines river near St. Joe, in rather deep intermittent waters brush, skulked by Don got a first strike from 'Papa' Northern. Playing him in, he got a short glance at what he had hooked, and at that moment the Northern tossed the bait, a Daredevil. Don quickly switched to another Daredevil, a silver one, and cast again. The hungry northern took it, this time for good. Frideres been invited. -o— Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs, Mr and Mrs Charles McVay, Mr and Mrs Leroy Lee and Debbie and Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. The Ricklefs and the McVays lave leased space on the lake shore there and are rebuilding a cottage for it. They expect to i . ... , i - v • i - - _.., v vi^t,., J.UA it,, A Ilk, jr V-AUtiV, \> tV leaving this weekend for a two have it ready to occupy this VVPPfc viinnt inn t rin tn f Vili f/\i*n i -, ~t i week vacation trip to Californi GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY- THURS,, FRI., SAT. - JUNE 20-21-22 '" • i • •. .»; * This 'Dollar Bill' May Also Be Used On Holland & New Holland Twine AtGOMA FLOUR •&• FEED CO. " 'fciiitfj ' AsfiSi ' IBfiHteJ kd&a ~"BBB^t' farm ' KMJU' tttt^' i /m IE illii A pat} ji ,1 ippL Htl Sap; JPJI BP HH jpp PURCHASE Ol : $ -.Gallons of Weed Spray V»w»fi V'hlllifi To First 10 People Brl nglng This Bill In Friday, June We Will Give Free A 2-lb, Bag of (FLY FLAKES (Sure Fly " An open meeting of the Women of the Moose will be held this evening (Thursday) at the lodge hall. There will be a formal installation of officers conducted by Mrs Valeria Briggs. Grace- Turner will be installed as senior regent; Irma Barton, junior graduate regent; Lucille Clark, junior regent; Joyce Woods', guide; Phyllis Lovstad, assistant guide; Marjorie Apple, recorder; Wilma Strayer, treasurer; Helen Ernst, chaplain; Elizabeth St. John, Ardis; Royctta Steinman, sentinel and Ann Clark, pianist. —o— Mr and Mrs Wesley Barlleit and Barbara, Bill and Brett left Wednesday morning for Atlantic City, N. J. Mr Bartlett will attend a Kiwanis convention there and special events are planned for the families. They expect to be away two weeks. —o— Sue Sprague had as her weekend guest Elaine Branson who formerly lived here. —o—. The regular meeting of ihe Presbyterian Women's Organization will not be held today (Thursday) as previously planned. Instead the group will meet Thursday afternoon, June 27, with Freda Manus, .missionary to China and India, guest speaker. Guests from other churches have weekend. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and family were guests at a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Bob Lovstad at Burt. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Hanford Voyles and family, Mr and Mrs Sam Morrison of Sac City and Mr and Mrs Don Engstrom of Whittier, Calit. The Engstrdms are leaving for home today after a two week visit here. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson. Pam, Steve and Jack Waller and Mr and Mrs Harold Schum'aker of Whittemore spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they were guests in the cottage of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt. —o— Friends here have received word that Mrs A. E. "Chubb" Guderian, who has been critically ill for several weeks in a Phoenix, Ariz, hospital, has now sufficiently improved to be returned to her home. Her mailing address is 1822 East Portland, Phoenix. —o— Mrs Ed Haag is hostess io the April circle of the Methodist church at a picnic at her home this afternoon (Thursday). Mrs W. J. Sigsbee was hostess to the birthday staff of the Rebekah lodge at her home on Tuesday evening. had him up to the bank four times, and then hollered for his cousin, Phillip Pfeffer, of Clear Lake, who on the way over to the ruckus grabbed up a log and on the fifth approach of the fish, landed a stunner on Mr Northern's skull. I estimate that the fish, when filleted, would provide a rather fine meal for a good-sized family reunion. * * * We have yef. of eouMe. to hear from Jack Dutton, who they say has been taking Cass Lake apart the past few days, and also Ray Alderson, wh6 took off for Le Pas district Vowing to outdo Frank Vera's "whale." We learn that Craig Smith and Dutch Honsbruch are back from Saskatchewan, bringing home nothing under fifteen pounds. At any rate, any fisherman would b*- p.uud as punch to land specimens such as Wolf and Fridere brought in. * * * OJher nice fish have been entered in the UDM Fish Contest Mrs Fred Gebken, Burt, starte things off with a fine 2-lb. 12-o Lost Island walleye, and we have a prize for her just as sr as the stuff starts coming in fiH.~v Hoddon's. Russ Rentz brought " a beautiful crappie (I'/z Ibs from Woman Lake in Minn., am young John Spencer fetched a handsome 8V 2 -oz. perch c'aught in Bud Lake. So far, he's leading in the "Chet Williams Perc 1 Class." Art Hcidenwith, as yr know, landed a big 32'inrt Northern, which we pictured las- week — and we'll have somethim for you, Art, oven thougi Frideres' northern went you r few inches farther. * * * I had heard that Everett And erson and Bless Rusk were taking their boys up to Big Winnj for a few days fishing, anr 1 knowing both Dads well, I didn't expect too much in the way of fish. However, the sons came through, for young Tom Anderson brought me an affidavit attesting to the fact that, out of Bill Levin's Resort, he had himself caught a fine 5Vi Ib. walleye. Tom didn't have his fish wit! him (it had already been filleted) but he wanted in on the UDM contest in the worst way, and so I asked him a few questions to support his affidavit. Tom wat, trolling with a minnow on a plain hook, no spoon or anything above ... and at that moment 1 could just see Everett and Bless, the Dads, using the good baits and letting the kids scrounge in the tackle boxes for themselves. Anyway, young Tom hooked this excellent walleye, and I'll let him tell the rest... "Yep, I was real excited, the fish just went all over, I tried to keep reeling in all the time, and then as the fish went someplace else I got my hand caught in the reel and cut my finger real bad. But it didn't seem to hurt much, not until after we got the walleye in the boat. Mr Rusk knew what to put on my finger." (We'll have a little prize for Tom, too). I hate io end this column on a "sad note", but I guess it has to be. Hugo Gade, who lives a calm life and tends strictly to business, somehow has a faculty for being where things are happening — like the time he had a good seat , K/rnjisrai in the baseball park at Mil- [^^~ waukee, watching his beloved Braves whip the pants off somebody. All of a sudden, a fight started, as will happen in Milwaukee, and Hugo innocently found himself in it. ,lt was only his Iowa driver's license which prevented the Milwaukee cops from taking him off in the paddy- wagon. » » * Now, In the middle of June, Hugo is through fishing for this season. It happened that a week ago last Sunday he and the Mrs and his boy and the Shackleford boy went over to Okdboji to fish for bullheads. Hugo, from the bank; was using his rod and reel, and also had put out a catfish pole. The boys, fishihg down the bank aways, called out that they "were sure biting there", and Hugo went down to investigate. In the interim, an outboard came scuttling close to the bank and its propellor hooked Hugo's line, removing line, rod and reel out into the lake. All was gone— permanently—including, as Hugo says, trie new $1.50 line he had just bought. So, for the balance of the summer, Mr Gade will be concentrating on baseball — the Milwaukee Braves. * i * SHORT SHOT — Can you recognize Poison I*y? It is prevalent ihis year. Poison ivy is three - leaved, very green in summer, with a shiny, oily finish. Best way, however, is to ask someone who knows ii to point it oui- to you. If you get into ii, first thing to do is to wash spots thai have come in contact with plenty of soap end hoi water, or sponge with gasoline. A shower is better than a tub bath because the poison floats at water level. A solution of 1 tablespoon of baking soda in pint of hoi water will, help itching. If attack is' sc-vore, consult a physician. I know — I had ii once and it's torturous. Clear Lakers, who pride themselves on their lake and the fish out of same, are feeling a twinge of envy over the size of the huge "lunkers" being pulled out of gravel pits .and the river over hero around Algona. Jay Anderson; 'chief cook' of the Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter, sent us the above picture showing two Clear Lako natives, Les Fuller and Harold Anderson, each with their limit of walleyes taken from their fine lake a<week ago. Jay added: "Why don't you come over and try it? Fishing was never better." Have You Seen DIAMOND'S New Store? RICHEST, GREENEST SILAGE EVER! What a difference there is in grass silage treated with STA-FRESH Sodium Bisul- fite! Sta-Fresh treated silage is definitely greener, sweeter, with no "silage slink!" It looks tastier, and it is. Cattle really clean it up! Thii better silage pays big dividend* In free-feeding tests, cattle ate four tiims more treated silage than untreated. This means big gains in milk and beef. You cut losses, from silage spoilage to a minimum. And you can put up good silage at high moisture levels, Low-cost, easy to MM Just one 80-lb. bag of Sta-Fresh treats 10 tons of chopped grass. And Sta-Fresh is easy to apply at blower or field chopper, See yqvr dealer today Make good, low-cost feed the "Sta-Fresh way" this year. You'll tee the difference in richer, fresher, sweet-smelling silage .., in high milk production or good weight gain at low cost. Order early to be sure of getting the sup- 'ply you need. General Chemical Division, Allied Chemical & Pye Corporation, 40 Rector Street. New York 6, N. Y. STA-raESH'ar""- *~ 9QPJUM BI5UIFITI As Advertised, In F»rm i Hems Section ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Weed Notice!! TO ALL LANDOWNERS IN KOSSUTH COUNTY You are hereby notified that the board of supervisors of Kossuth county has ordered the cutting, burning, or otherwise destruction of all weeds on all county trunk and local roads in Kossuth county, such cutting, burning, or destruction to be completed within 30 days from and after June 18, 1957. You are also further notified that if such cutting, burning, or other destruction of weeds is not completed by that time the board of supervisors shall order the cutting^ burning, or destruction of such weeds and assess the cost thereof against the adjoining property owner as provided in section 317.21 of the Code of Iowa. Your attention^ hereby directed to Section 317,18 of the Code of Iowa, as follows; "317.18 — Older for destruction of woeds on roads, the board of supervisors shall order all weeds other than noxious weeds, on all county trunk and local county roads and between the fence lines thereof to be cut. burned or otherwise destroyed to prevent seed production thereof, either upon its own motion or upon receipt of written notice requesting such action from residents of the township in which such roads are located, or any person regularly using said roads, Said order shall define the /roads along which said weeds are required to be cut, burned or otherwise destroyed and shall require said weeds to be cut, burned or otherwise destroyed within thirty days after ihe publication of said order in the official newspapers of said county. If the adjoining landowner fails to cut, burn or otherwise destroy said weeds as required in said order the county commissioner shall have the same cut, burned or otherwise destroyed and the cost thereof shall be paid from the general county fund, and recovered later by an assessment against the adjoining property owners as provided in section 317,21." ^ Section 317.21 also provides that an additional assessment equal to 25 percent of the cost of destroying weeds shall be added for the cost of destroying weeds shall be added for the cost of supervisipn and administration. Section 317.21 provides the assessment shall be entered the same as real estate taxes. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 12th day of June, 1957. Henry Bcheppmann, Chairman Moore, Auditor,

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