The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1954
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ft-Alfl6na (la,) Upper De» Molnet Tuesday, June 22, 1954 "***°»*^<**--(»1-T-.Wttnr"--^— —*--*- -t—'~fc.-~-- '.a.;^^^.^^^,^.^.^.^.^.. ... «}. ±^&iA.,$t__&_ M *A. u,__j. ... , x±u«/^-i-,.»,.. Neighbors Aid 5;!H!» T»- . • IX. i , Man .. glfotip of ftgjgh' Bofs a»a friends- of Ralph Sdhu jmachef wfeftt to his farm Wednesday morning with tractors and cultivated 80 acres of corn and soy beans in less than 3 hours. Mr" Schumacher, who has been tinder the doctor's care of late, Is improving in regards to ailment but the neighbors decided that he should not overwork at .this stage and time. Present were Cuane Shepard Pat Mergen, Merlin Schumacher Edward, James and Lawrence Besch, Francis Kollasch, Mat Erdman, Kenneth Mergen, Clarence Elbert, Louis Schumacher Donald and Robert Besch, Rober , Hogan and Harold Haag. Flight Breakfast Set For July 4 The flight breakfast, set for July 4 as one of the opening events for the Kossuth Centennial, is going on as scheduled. tl was ^announced last week that despite the recent wine damage, plans would be followed A large crowd is expected to enjoy the meal, as the breakfast held last year was a huge success. Centennial Edition The Centennial Edition of ' Ihe Algona Upper- Des Moines will appear next week, Tuesday, June 29. Anyone desiring extra copies of ' ihe paper should place their . orders now. They cost 25 cents. Regular subcribers' will get them -as part of Ihe regular issue next week. Moose To Initiate \\\ j f initiation" oT nlw- member in hS Loyal Order of Mo6se;wiltbe neld Wednesday evening s"taft- ng , at 7:30'! o'clock at > Moose liodge, Abe Goldmanj state president of the Loyal Order of Moose of Missouri, will be a guest speaker. Memorial Dance Planned June 29 A Memorial Benefit Dance .is planned for the Legion Hall at Bancroft, Tuesday evening, June 29, sponsored jointly by seven veterans groups, the Bancroft Legion and VFW, Ledyard Legion, Lakota Legion, Swea City Legion and VFW, Fertton and Lone Rock Legion posts, and Titonka Legion and VFW. Proceeds Will go into the fund to erect a Veterans Memorial in the new courthouse. A donation of $100 to the fund was made last week by the Algona American Legion Auxiliary. Father's Day Visit Irvington—Mr and Mrs B. O. Davis and family drove to Batavia, la., Friday to visit relatives and spend Father's Day with the senior Mr DaVis. New Secy. For Irvington Power Irvinglon—The annual meeting of the Irvington Light & Power' Co. was held Tuesday, June .15. Henry Scheppmann resigned as secretary. He had served in that office for the past 11 years, during which time he has given splendid service. Clarence Seimer will replace him as secretary, taking office July 1. TUESDAY ONLY! $ BUCK NITE! "Against All Flags" - ''Untamed Breeds'' WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Mickey Rooney Bob Hope Marilyn Maxwell HITS tn "OFF LIMITS" Ozzie ' and Harriet . in , "HERE COME THE NELSONS' Coming Friday - "VOODOO TIGER" plus "BATTLE AT APACHE PASS'^ NOW THROUGH THURSDAY AMAZING UNDERWATER SCENES -- FIRST TIME !N 3-DIMENSION TERRIFYING MONSTER OF Starring RICHARD JULIA CARLSON-ADAMS * M RICHARD DENNING-ANTONIO MORENO Oldest Resident, Gebnty, Sought ; 5Hte: "Kossdth tfouhty Ceriteri- flfal committee is 'looking for-the- person who has lived in Kossuth county the longest, • So far, six persons have been reported to chairman Gene Hutchins. They are Grant Sample, Joe Zanke, Dave Godden, Mrs Jennie Breen, William Cosgrove and Charlie Phelps. Two or three of these persons have lived in the county for about 83 years, but any others who have spent more than 80 years here should contact the committee immediately. City Council To Meet • The Algona 6ity council' will holds its regular "melting .'next Thursday, evening.. jjKDisctifcsion of $ty matters brtnipl to 6 ,Kead as h re'sult 6f ,the heavy rains last weekend, .and .the question of calling for parking itieter bids are* expected to be two 6f the main topics of the evening. Gillette-Herring Club Is Planned A meeting has been called for Friday evening, June 25, at 8 p.m; in the court room here, to organize a Gillette-Herring Club of Kossuth County. Clyde Herring, candidate for governor, was a visitor in Algona last Friday. All interested persons are itt- yited to attehd. Purpose of the Reeling is to'back tfie candidacies bf UnFted States' 'Senator- Guy Gillette afid Mr "Herring for of- fic6 in the election to be held fhis -fall. ' Both men are democrats. 45th Anniversary Mr and'Mrs Charles Morris of Lone Rock will observe their 45th wedding" •anniversary with an open house at their hofne on Sunday, June 27, from two to four and seven to nine o'clock that day. Friends are invited to drop in during those hours. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Hutzells Home ' Mr' 'and v Mrs Roy Huteell re> turned -last Thursday .from i it Vacation trip in the east,, durifll which they visited their-sbft Fred and his family. -THe? spatrt sometime in Washington, D.. C M near where Fred is 1 stationed ili the navy. Fractures A Hip Bancroft—Guy Dixon, 75, fell near the Forester Hall, Thursday noon, fracturing his hip. He was walking home with Sam Llchliter. He was taken to the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs Wm. Dixon, NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED RESOLUTION OF NECESSITY AND ON PLANS, or TH£;TOWN OF.FENTON* Public' h&tice Is 'Hereby glvert that at 1:30 o'clock P.-M. Oft th^ 7th day of July, 1954; in the Community Center Building, 'Fentoh, Iowa, the Town Council of Fenton, Iowa, will be in session attd hold a public hearing on'the matter of a proposed Resolution of Necessity and on the matter of the adoption of plans, specifications and form of contract for the construction of bituminous sur^ facing of approximately three miles of streets of the town of Fenian, lowai •The cost of said improvement is to be" paid for by .means of Is* StiandeT of general, obligation bonds of the town of i At 'tre above time and place" any person or persons may ap-i, pear and file objections to the making, of said improvement and to said plans, specifications and form of contract. Signed this 21st day of June, Q. K&trie •/*, Mayor iof Fentofl,*iowa ATTEST: .' ' l '< ' ' " t - ; Paul W.iEigler. '.. • -.',: Town Clerk '..?:.> (Published/ June ' 22? tmfl' June 29, 1954, in. the 'Algona (Iowa) Upper Des'Moines). M^^^^ MAP of ALGONA Showing Proposed Natural Gas Mains \ "'' ~* h?<£ / -.'V . -' '±^ ..i' Is Your Home or Business Shown on Jhese Mains? The above map indicates where Natural Gas mains will be installed in Algona, as of this date. If you are not on these mains, and desire Natural Gas, please let us have your application now, so that we may plan extension of these mains to serve you also. If you are located'on the mains shown above in black, but have not yet made application for Natural Gas, and wish to do so, let us have your application now. Very shortly, representatives of the Gas company will call pn residents who have,applied for Natural Gas, to determine the location of your service line, and also to obtain your $5.00 meter deposit, Do not forget the "Special 1954 Service Hook* up" which we will make free of charge for those using Gas for the 1954-55 heating season. N MAIN CONSTRUCTION WILL START SHORTLY AFTER THE CENTENNIAL ACTIVITIES * PERRY GAS CO. Office In Hotel Algona

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