The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1954 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1954
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.Lorraine Bleich Valedictorian | i I : ll ^ 68le X.r" & R> Hamilton of -Mason qty delivered the Com- menc,ement address to the senior class at the public school Wed• fcesday evening. Sandra Plom . played the processional, "Largo" by Handel. Supt. Charles Mullin presented the class of 1954. '. Billy Loebig gave the class his• -tory, .Lorraine Bleich gave the Valedictory address, the mixed chorus sang. John Pfeffer sang the solo parts. Supt. Mullin presented 8th grade diplomas to Duane, Price, , Julie Nygaard, Will Fox, Catherine Girres.' Marilyn Harr, Carol Albers, Gloria Wise and Norma Jean Price. Visit At Erdmans Mary Lee Erdman of Sacramento, Calif, arrived Saturday evening, May 22 for a two week's vacation at the parental, Alfred Erdman home. i Mr and Mrs Erdman and Willis and Mary Lee leave this week for 'St. FranceSville; I1L to meet .and 'Visit another daughter, Mrs H. :E. Wolf, her husband and their Ismail .daughter of Huntsville, Ala., who -were visiting his parents, the Glen Wolfs. Mary Lee will go from there to Dayton, . ;Ohio tp visit friends several days and from there she will return td .California by plane. Home on Furlough M/Sgt.. and Mrs John Shep- tpard and their six children arrived Here Tuesday Mayi 18 from Rapid City. S. D. He expects to •leave about June 1 for Africa • Where he will be stationed for :, a year or more. Mrs Sheppard and 1 family will" live with her •parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert till living quarters can 'be found. Mrs Sheppard is the 'former Rita Wingert. "School Picnics Held ( * , J v ,Mrs Russell Swanson closed far school year-Tuesday,. May 25 atftorthel 4, with a cgmmunity picfl|c. Mr\ Marie Bleich held a com- "munify picnic at her school, No 3 in Orthel township Thursday. 'A 'large crowd 'attended. Mrs Bleich taught that school four ryears. .'.,•, • A community picnic was held ..Sunday at rural school No. 1, Or- *thel twp., closing the year's work. iMrs Mary Rockwood taught there three years and has signed a 1 con- .tract to teach in Orthel 8 next '.year. :• Mrs Everett Ackerson, Sandy • and Susie accompanied by Mrs -Ackerson's mother, Mrs Viola '.Studer visited their brother.and 'son, Bill Studer and family at £ Clarion Thursday afternoon. , •- Mar'jorie Bleich who teaches in 'a Consolidated school near Perrj • and Jack Bonn, who attends col "lege at Ames attended the com mencement exercises here Wed- 'nesday evening, May 19. Lorraine Bleich received her diploma. Marjorie's school closed last Friday and she is expected home this week. • , .. Mrs Rasmie Hansen and family of Irvington attended graduation exercises here Wednesday evening. Mrs Hansen's niece. Sharon Mullin was a member of the class Callers at the George Ricke home Thursday, were Mr and Mrs Edwin Harrill of Council Bluffs. Mrs Harrill is the former Pauline Sniper, who had been employed at the Ricke home. The Tuesday club met with Mrs L L. Pfeffer Tuesday afternoon, with iBeatrice Hildman as assistant hostess. Mrs Clara Erdman gave the lesson. The next meeting will be at Mrs Ida Funnemark's home on Tuesday, June 15. Mrs Josephine Meurer will be assistant hostess. Dinner guests at the Leon Gardner home on Sunday May 16 were Mr and Mrs D. C. uaid- ner and son Curtis of Algona. Mrs L. H. Kleihpeter and Mrs Ed Johnson, chairman of Tag Day sale May 15 for St. Ann hospital Auxiliary report $31.50 collected On birds. Mr and Mrs James Lincoln and family, of Grinneil spirit Saturday; and Sunday, May 15-lfl at, the parental. Ihno Gerdei home. , . : < Membefs-bf the American Le« gion Auxiliary will sell poppl&S on Saturday, May 29. Tttat eVen* ing the^y .will make-* wfel'ths'at the Joe MQurfer-ihonie and place" them on servicemen's "aftd auxiliary member's graves at each"' cemetery. , • > : Guests at the H. E. Hemmingsen home- Wednesday evening and at the Commencement eXer* cises were Mr and Mrs C. J, Wilson of Belmond and Mr and Mrs Irvin Rosheim of Forest Gity. Carol Hemmingsen was a member of . the graduating class at the public school. : Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and family had as Wednesday evening guests Morris Smith and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hall, Eugene, and Jerry of Britt, Mrs Jeanette Dreyer of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Alvih Johnson and baby of Kanawha. They all attended,the graduation exercises at the public school. Mary Kay Smith was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs L. F. Wingert and Mr and .Mrs Lou Wingert visited friends in Albert Lea, Sunday, May 16. Guests at the Tom Fprburger home after the graduation eXer- cises in the public school auditor^ ium wece Mr and Mrs-Syl Garman and Merle of Britt, Mr and Mrs Martin Bleich of Miller, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Besch of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Bill •Haudek of Garner. Mr v and Mrs Tony Brown of Woden were guests at"the>Le^ Roy Ricke home Wednesday, and attended the graduation exer- i-ises that evening as Betty Ricke was a member of the class. Guests at Mrs Helen Youngwirth's Wednesday evening in honor of John Youngwirths graduation from high school w.ere Mr and Mrs Dick Youngwirth of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Ed Youngwirth of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Fuluis Becker of Livermbre and and Mrs Dick May of Corwith. Mrs Vivian Monson closed iner school year Wednesday, May 19 with a community picnic- at a rural school in Winnebago county ' Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen and Bill and Mrs Harold Eischen spent May 13 to May 16 at Pequot Lake. Minn.j Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly and Mr and Mrs Jack Kutchara and Ida Mae of St. • Benedict were Sunday, May 16 breakfast guests at the Frank Bleich home in'hori- or of Donna 'Mae Bleich. > Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly and their daughter, Mrs Harold Eis- cnelt tyere callers at the Aid* Sischeti Jiome at Algona Monday' evening, May 17. ' Mr's dayle Studer and children scconipanied her sister, Mrs L. Lalig'and daughter of Mason City to Baridroft Tuesday where they were gues'ts of another sister, Mrs Btid Hdiiptman and familyi , Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly were Simday, May 1& dinner guests, at the John Seeman home at Algeria. * Mr and Mrs Ed, Hildman visited his--sister, Mrs Pete Kirschbaum and Mr Kirschbatim at Ayrshire Tuesday, May 18, •* Mrs Adolph Girres was taken Rochester Wednesday, May 19 for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Bob Lickteig and baby of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Ed Kenyon of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Hugh Lickteig of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Ed Lickteig of LuVerne attended the commencement exercises at the public schorjl auditorium Wednesday evening. May 19. Their brother, Tommy Lickteig was a member of-the class. Mrs.Charles Nygaard, Mrs Joe Hauptman and Beatrice Hildman attended an'outdoor cooking lesson at the Call Park at Algona Tuesday morning. v , Mrs!Frank Grant and Mrs Le Roy Ricke were servers at the meeting of the Catholic Mission- sary Society Wednesday after-; noori, May 19. ., Mrs. Ivan Johnson entertained ler home economics- class of tho mblic school at a picnic at her »ome Thursday afternoon, May At the regular meeting of the ^, D. of A. Rose Lickteig was elected historian. Mrs Viola Loebig, grand' regent, gave a report on the State convention. 12 Graduate At lakota; School Year Closes :• Lakota — The Lakota School closed Friday with'picnic for the various grades. The annuaj Junior-Senior banquet was held in the City Hall Saturday the 15th; Baccalaufreate Sunday at 8 p.m. with the Rev Harlan Kruse as speaker, and the commencement address the 17th was delivered by W. R. Hamilton of Mason City. There were, twelve graduates. Is Seriously 111 . . Mrs Johanna 'Frerichs is sen ously ill at the home of her dau,, ghter, Mrs C. C. Gerzema. She has had pneumonia. Kay Murray R. M. of Florence, Ariz, is Visiting her parents Df and Mrs H. H. Murray. " .: Dr and Mrs'R. L. Williams and Mrs Carrie Williams visited TUBS* day .with Mrs Williams' aunt. Mrs Anna McQuaid, ift .Algoria* « Jasper ' Srriiflt is -re,-;by.eriftg nicely irom % recent operatiofi for* removal of a cataract, the second one in recent months- Mr and Mrs John V. poren-i bush,. D wight and Fay left Fri-j day for a shoi»visit with Johns parents Mr and Mrs Everett Dorenbush at Sebeka, Minn., where there will be a family reunion. Mr and, Mrs A. C, Klocke received word of the birth of .a son to Mr and Mrs Marvin Klocke of Decorah Friday, May 21. They went to- Decorah to assist with the care of the new; mother and baby. Dr'and Mrs H. H. Murray drove to Des Moirie"s Friday the Uth for a visit with a brother's family and Saturday went to Pella to the Tulip festival. ' Emma and.Lena Gutknecht left Friday for Orange City to attend the Tulip Festival. Mrs C. C. Roelfserfta of Paton came Wednesday to the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. -A. Jarger, and Thursday accompan- ed her brother-in-law, Walter 'riggie- to his home in Rochester, dinn. . , '., ' Raymond F. Smith and mother, Mrs Ida Smith, arrived Thursday rom Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mrs Smith had spent the winter with her son and family and with a sister in Homestead, Fla: Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman attended the funeral of Mr Percy ^adley at Eagle Grove Wednesday. Mrs Wortman remained with her brother-in-law and sister until Saturday. Mr Allen is critically ill following a stroke. Others who attended the funeral for Mr Badle'y were Mr Frank T. Lewis. Mrs Wilson Brack, Mrs Hugh , Lewis and Mrs Lawrence Lewis. Mrs Badley is a niece of Frank Lewis. Alma Pearson Clerk-of-District Court. Llnnan & I^'iich, Attorneys Algonn, Iowa 21 NOtlCB 6* 1 APPOHffttEHT OF In the matter M tliiS estate of Christ C. Anderson, Deceased. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby glvdrt that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified 'as Executrix of the estate of Christ C. Anderson, late of -Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner Indebted to said Deceased of his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them In like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and payment. Dated this 22nd dny of May, A. D., 1054. Maymo.C. McCallum , Executrix of said Estate. McGrath & McGrath, Attorney (Published May 25 and June 1 in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Molrtes). audited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye." LIGHT FUND Union Frelshtways, freight ii).72 C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., freight - - 1.124.93 Payroll, payroll 1,739.88 Chester L. Webb, labor 137.PI Leonard M. Dunn, labor —.. 9D.I.2 Milton Bilyeu, labor 135.02 Edwin Weishnar. labor 111.74 Ernst. Thlel. Inbor - 23.23 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax '— .—.221.40 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax , 153.45 WATER FUND W. W. Sullivan, postage 38.26 Payroll, payroll 270.34 Frank Ostrum, labor 120.72 Walter Peterson, labor ...111.18 Utility Proceedings MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES A meeting of the Board ,of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, May 17, 1H54, 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present were: 'C. R. McQuiston, M. J. Bradley, Allen Buchanan, T. J. Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl, Secretary. The minutes of the meeting of May 3, 1954, were read and approved. Motion by Buchanan and seconded by Bradley that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as Tuesday, May 25, 1954 Afaona (la.) Upper Pflt Mo?nei-3 Ernst Thiot, labor -— 2079 Leonard M. Dunn, labor JY.HS Reiner Helmers, labor --- 14.70 Lawrence O. Wcig, labor 2.20 Iowa Stnte Bunk, with- . holding tnx ----- - 30.30 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax ... 24.90 DEPOSIT FUNO Maxlne Elfor, ct nl. deposit ' refund —--' *-*- M.OO Then there were proposals and bids submitted for palnflnff and repairing the water tower as follows: National Tank Maintenance Corp., Des Molnes, Iowa $2350.00 Water Tower Paint & Repair Co., Clenr Lake, Iowa .—^..--—.$2231.93 The Kessler Co.. Fremont, Ohio $2348.00 After considerable discussion* a rjso- lution was presented and read, approving the proposal ftnd bid of trie Water Tower Paint & Repair Co., Clear Lake, Iowa. -. ; . Motion by -Bradley and seconded by Buchanan that the resolution be approved and adopted. • Motion carried. All voting "Aye." Next meeting date was fixed for June 2, 1P54, 7:30 o'clock P. M. Meeting adjourned. /«/ Ira Kohl Secretary /s/ C. R. McQulston President of the Board • Saf* • ' Duct- proof • Weethci proof • Mar- proof Watch for THE OREEN-ANO-OOLD BJUSTRbM FURNITURE VANI NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County^^ COURT No GT48 April Term, 1954 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of: writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Roy Davis, Deceased, dated May 14. 1954, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday the 5th day of June, 1954, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the \Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or'.the Clerk of said Courtii and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, arid show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said 6 Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 21, .1954. U Can't Mrr attended a County Farm Bureau meeting ran went to Ocheydan Thursday to SEE BELOW for 1954 Hail Rates For Your Farm but you can Safeguard Crops Against Loss With... 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