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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1955
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4-Alfland (la.) Upper Des MeinesthM»t(ciy, February 10, 1955 Lottie Graham Bride, Jan. Robt. Ringsdorf Tilonkft — Lottie Graham and Robert Ringsdorf were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage at Hsvelock on Monday, Jan. 24 with the Rev. A. A. Howe, a cousin of the bridegroom, officiating. The only guest was the bridegroom's mother, Mrs Myrtle Ringsdorf. ' The bride wore ,a gray suit and had a corsage of yellow roses and white carnations. The bridegroom wore a gray suit and had a white carnation boutonnierre. Following the ceremony the newly weds left on a trip to Kansas City and Wichita, Kan., visiting relatives in both places, and returning home Friday. They are at home on the bridegroom's farm east of Titonka, 1 Both the bride "and .the bridegroom, are well .1 known to Ti- tonka laflid. surrounding tei-ntqry. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Graham Sr., was borrt in Portland Tow.nship andi lived- there until moving to Titonka a few years ago. The bridegroom has lived in Kossuth County all his life, living on the farni;- east of Titonka for nearly 20 years. • Hous*wanh!ng Party Friday evening, Feb. 4, Mr ana MrS Joe Wibben were pleasantly surprised, when a group of neighbors and friends held a farewell party for then^ The evening was spent socially and Mr and Mrs Wibben Were presented with a gift fi blanket; at the close of thp evening. Lunch was brought by the guests. Those present were Mr and Mrs Telko Sleeker and family, Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman. and family, Mr and Mrs Carl KraUse and family, Mr and Mrs Henry .Sleeker and family, Mi arid Mrs Heiko Boekelman and family, Mr and Mrs Dan Wibben and sons and Mr and Mrs Henry Plaisier and girls. Mr and Mrs Wibben are planning on moving to a farm at Montevideo, Minn. Jim Whalen, son of Mr and Mrs Clayton Whalen, was home over pna f Willtife FeEO In Observance , '"Vb ,; .. ''..'-•' • * • ' ' '..''•' Security State Bartk Members of F. D. I.'C. the Weekend. Jim is working fbr the Newmans Craft Studio at Rochester,'Minn. ... , Mr ; and Mrs Elwobd Nelsbfl have brought:home their baby daughter Friday from the hospital where she has been since birth. She is four weeks old, Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand left family for Omaha,' Monday morning tenant Where they will Visit their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs E. Gross, and also visit Mrs Isebrand's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Sever Pannkuk Jr. Mr and Mrs Isebrand were' accompanied on the trip by their granddaughter Patty Isebrand, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Isebrand. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis entertained at dinner cuests Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann and Louise'Sachau Sunday. Mrs Alice Bersford of Kanawha came by car Sunday and took Mrs Edna Richter, lo Algona where she visited at the home of Mrs Richter's granddaughter, Mrs John -Goodwin, and got ac- expect quainted with her new great- we eks. granddaughter Jean Marie. Mr and Mrs Harold Smilh, another daughter of Mrs Richter also called in the afternoon. Reinhard Dirksen's picture ap peareci in the "What do you think" column in the Des Moines daily register last week. Mr. Dirksen tormerly lived here. Mrs Dirksen is the former' .Delia Heesch. Mr and Mrs Clark Miller arrived home Tuesday evening from Runnymede, New Jersey, where they visited Clark's brotner Lawrence and family. Mr and Mrs Art Rike are parents of a baby boy,born, Feb. 2 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kyuse are the parents of a 8'Ib baby boy, Galen Lee, bom Jan. 28 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Frank Newville ot Mason City were Sunday guests of Frank's mother, Mrs Lucy Newville. Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings of Sexton were Monday! visitors of Mrs Mammie Speicher and Henry, Al and Nellie Nelson. Mrs Anna Swyter spent last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer and Rudolph of Cor- wilh. i Mr and Mrs Harry Beed relurn- ed Sunday from a three week's trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, where ' they visited Mrs Seed's mother and four sisters. They traveled by way .of the Union Pacific, taking the train at Ames. Mrs Henry Orthel and son Billy and Mrs Art Hench were at Rochester Wednesday. Mrs Orthel and Billy visited Mr Orthel, and Mrs Hench visited a niece of hers who underwent an operation Tuesday. They all returned home the same evening and the next day Billy left after a few day's furlough. Mr and Mrs Joe Boekelman and Ruth Graham were Friday dinner guests of Mr, .ancl Mrs CidddeaJoi Algona., Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher ha§ moved into her new home, recently built. It is located north of Bruns lias bought the home Mrs OesterfeichejP .has been Hying in.aftd will movib from the farm where she has been so6n as possible, 'Mrs Brans' sba Norman will live an the farm Vacated by her. . : , . • j ' Mr- and Mrs Palmer Rurup and have farm moved -from the on the Clarence Mechler farm to a farm between Elmore and Frost, .Minnesota. They moved Saturday. Mr and Mrs John 'Tjarks have moved to their farm that they have recently purchased at Hayfield. Mr and Mrs Carl'Mayland have moved to, their farm east of Ti- Vera F-llch tfefe among the ladies who met : Monday afternoon at Mrs Joe Boeckelman's in Titonka, to plan a sTidwer for the fdrttier Lottie Graham, who is fibW Mrs Robert Ringsdorf. Clyde Moore has been confined to the house, the past week, with a bad case of the flu. - • John Teeter drove up from Ames Saturday evening to spend Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter. Miss Joy De Goha spent Sunday at the Herbert Nelson home. Mrs P.,W. M'arlow called on her sister, Mrs Lawrence Presthus, Monday forenoon. Mr and Mrs Joe Wibben moved to their farm home at Montevideo, Minn., Monday. Wednesday morning, Feb. 2, Mr and Mrs Lduis Larson and Nancy, Mrs Minnie Larson and Orlo Zwiefel left." lor Phoenix, Ariz., where they will visit Vernon Larson and family there. They to be gone about two ______ ' \ Mrs Wm. Boyken entertained her bridge club Tuesday, with Mrs George Sachau and Mrs M. Budlong as guests. Prizes were won by Mrs Sachau, Mrs Raymond Bartlett and Mrs J. L. In- lermill. •, ' Wednesday .evening. Mr and Mrs-Robert Ringsdorf, Mrs Myrtle Ringsdorf, -Ruth: . £nd George Graham, Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham, Mr and Mrs Don Graham, Mrs Lucy Newville, all of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Jake Goct- den and Mr and Mrs Jess tash- brook of Algona were at the home Of Mr .and Mrs-Joe Boekelman to look at movies that were taken by Warren Godden, who is in the.'Army Air Corp, stationed in Weisbaden, Germany. Warren recently .wrote that he will remain there 90 more • days and has received the rating of Staff Sergeant. 4 From Kossuth At Leader's bay Meeting, Ames Four Kossutn 4-H club leaders attended the fifth annual 4-H leader recognition day at Iowa State College, Jan. 31. These leaders represented the leadership of Kossuth County, 22 boys and 24 girls 4-H clubs. Representatives from the county were—Mrs Clifton Benschoter, Algona; Mrs Herman Wise, Wesley; Mr Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft: Ray Cunningham, Wesley and Robert Johnson, county ex- terrnon youth assistant. The theme of the meeting was "Vision lor Volunteers." It was developed by three speakers, Dr. James H. Hilton, president oi. Iowa State College; Kenneth L. Anderson, Associate Director of the National Committee on 4-H Club Work and Ray Cunningham, former secretary of Iowa State College, Y.M.C.A. 4-H leaders vere complimented on the fine ob they are doing to build good citizens and challenged to enroll more members and develop an even better program fully geared o the Interests and needs of .to- Uay's youth. Jburlna the day leaders opportunity to tour the and visit with members ; offthe Iowa State College staff.. Ko£ suth leaders joined w»h the m-ore tha.n 500 leaders frdrfi over 'he state in attending the evening banquet provided by the Iowa Chain Store Council. of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Ar- Portland News Mrs Gene Ringsdorf drove up from Des Moines Friday morning to spend the weekend with home folks and help her brother, Don nie, celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdori and Barbara were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home n Burt. Sunday visitors at the Bernard and Charles Phelps-home were Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfred- son'of Swea City and Mrs Cora Stow of Burt. Mr and Mrs" Lloyd Bartleti went to Mason City Friday. Mrs Bartlett had a checkup at the Park hospital there. Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart and David, had dinner Sunday with Mrs Stewart's .mother, Mrs' Frim- ising of West Bend. ,' Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch spen Sunday at Livermore, visitini their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz. Their grand son.J-flrry .St.Utz enlisted, sr.d ,| leaving the first of next week. -. The Mesdanies Lilly Graham, Flossie Bartlett, Leta Phelps, Hazel Carroll, Viva Ringsdorf, LakotansTake Pleasure Trip Info Louisiana Lakoia—Mr and Mrs ^ Jetty Heetland left Feb. 3 for DeRidder, La. where they will visit. Mrs Florence McAdams, Mrs Heet- lands cousin, and also friends made their by previous visits. En- route they visited Wade and Julia Ball in Missouri, They will do some sightseeing during' theu stay. ^^ Larry Winter and Carlyle Ger- zerria returned to their, studies Feb. 3 at Macalester college ir St. Paul. They spent a week at their respective homes between semesters. Mrs rfattie Warburton accom panied W. D. Ley and W. E, Ley to Des Moines, Thursday where she will visit relalives. W. D L,ey and W. E. Ley are going on down to Florida where Mrs W. E. Ley has been visiting. , Mrs Carl Gerzema entertained the Acorn club in her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Barrett gave a very unusual paper on "Mamies Red Carpet". , Mr and Mrs Arlowe Blqmo, Douglas and Terry were Thursday night supper guests at the Wayne Heetland home. Mr and Mr£ Wayne Heetland -celebrated their wedding anniversary: Mr and'Mrs August Klinksiek Burtillo* Birds The Burl Blue met Feb. and cut patterns. was known; ton with 14 members, two Government] -::::::::::::-:£-:: rag 198.18 Street Public safety Sanitation on.™ Recreation •" 1,881.84 Utilities .- - ' ' 138.& Debt Service * »- * " 44,394.68, •,14.50, 4,284.95 GRAND TbTAL Salaries Capital , • AI W outlay i General Government — j 120 24 239.30 Street — 1042.99 Public Safety i- 0 " 1 "* Sanitation 4S( )o 1,505.55 8. Debt Service 12. Road Used Tax GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES " Hsport of tniUHw • 1954 Receipt.: Waterworks Sale of Water or Electricity » 3,951.00 Taxes u—-— ^Ht Other, Receipts Total Receipts, 1954 Expenditures: Salaries and Wages: Operation , Ol " Other Other 3,891.67 . ^9,508.42 i 1,094.35 188.78 , 817.00 ' 6,136.19 138.98 1,639.75 487.08 $63,712.22 Other Total 50,102.07 7,233.94 18.68 434150 3,449.41 173.34 1,133.80 18.68 389.50 80135 $50,951.92 $ 6.136.19 .$ 559.97 Outlay: l...'_.lJ. 1,595.55 Total Expenditures, 1954 Cain Statement $ 3.449.41 Balance on Hand, Jan. 1, 1954 $ 4,692.40 Total Receipts for Year Ending Dec 31 1954 _______________ 63,712.22 ToUl to Account for ..... ?6S.404.62 Total Expenditures for Year ending Dec 31, 1954 ------ 58,951.92 Add — Warrants Outstanding, Jan. 1, 1954 ~ _„ ....... .....$82,902.62 Deduct - w'arVants Outstanding Dec. 31, 1954 ...... =-rr V ' 3 ' 327 ' 10 Total Deduct from Total to General Bonds Grand Total I 45,000.00 VaWatlon of Propwly SubWl To Taxation On .Aiiotjnumt OI January 1. 1954 Class of property: Real Property ------Personal Property .$416,243.00 , 110,783.00 ferBuimi ^iwj«— ••* - TKGann Railroad Property „--—--- 7,569.00 Telephone, Telegraph and • Express Companies —— 1,02900 Utilities,- Including Transmission Linen and Pip* T..lneS ...."'7??:™ Total Except Monies a"j. frorilts . „.—•— $553,487.00 Total Monies and Credits $ 99,719'.00 Mrs Ollie Bruns. 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