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JO At World Prayer Day Held In Wesley By Mrs Viola Sludet . .About 70 persons attended the World Day of Prayer held at the Methodist Church Friday, Feb. 25. Services was written by Jorgelina Lozada of Buenos Aires, . Argentina -• and translated into many languages. .•Mrs Percy Carlsson and Mrs Lester Larson sang "Keep on Praying" as a duet., ^ £ '1C.' Y. N. circle presented a play ( ight of the-World." A collection fyas taken for; scholarship fund. ^Welve persons wfere prayer leaders. ' ' Annivetfiaiyt-Pariy •"•Mr and' Mrs Charles Nygaard were honored at a surprise 15th Wedding anniversary party by a of neighbors and friends Friday evening, Feb. 25. The gueW bfatight ! SHd- served # -de- IcioUS lunch following a s6Cial evening.'/;THe hbftdrea >cbuple were the recipients of ttiany love-* ly gifts. ••.'„•.,' A, New Arrival A baby girl Was born to .Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter of Des Moines Sunday, Feb. 27. She weighed in,at 8 pounds, 7, ounc* es. *The paternal/ grandparents, Mr and Mrs L, H. Kleinpeter, drove t6 Des Mpines Tuesday, Feb. 23, to get Wayne Kleinpeter, who is being cared for here. Mrs David Kleinpeter is the former LaUra Ann' Miller, daughter of Mr ahd Mrs Joe Miller. ~ ORDINANCE NO. 359 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE, ORDINANCE NO. 341, BY CHANGING BLOCKS 102 AND 03 CALL'S ADDITION TO HEAVY INDUS," TRY DISTRICT; CHANGING BLOCKS 38, 59 AND 60, CALL'S ADDITION TO LIGHT INDUSTRY DISTRICT; AUTHORIZING ERECTION AND USE OF SINGLE-FAMILY AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLINGS IN COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, LIGHT INDUSTRY AND HEAVY INDUSTRY DISTRICT; LOWERING THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR BUILDING PERMITS; REPEALING, ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 341, known as the Zoning Ordinance provides In Article XVIII, Section 1, that the City Council may arrtend, supplement or charjge • the regulations or district boundaries contained in said ordinance, and WHEREAS, The City Council s of the opinion that certain changes should be made in said Ordinance- in order to. pro*mote ' the -general welfare, to encourage the most appropriate use of real estate - • trtruugtoal- -ir*- Cilv uirJ- -It,- UNUM £ • Kt'J value of property, and • , WHEREAS, The duly authorized and acting Algono Zoning ^Commission has made to the City Council certain recommendations and a report of meetings and public hearings it has held in connection with the subject matter of this Ordinance, and this Council has**tield public hearings in connection with the subject Wed 25 Yeats '-,, ' ,' • . Mr and Mr~s Oscar Hammond celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, , Feb., 27t with Open hotSse' that afternoon and evening, at their farm hotn'e' northwest of 'Wesley. Many of their friends and relatives called, on them. , -.':. t- '; , Son To Nate Sluder ' i • : " •. j "'. A .baby boy was bprri to Mr; and Mrs Na;te Studer Suhdayj; Feb. '27 at the Osteopathic Clinic • in Algona. They were brought'; home Monday. Mrs Studer tei the, former Imogene Neurotli -and theyi now have a- family of ' five sons and one daughter, June Adel West is employed at the home.! i silver Anniversary " • Mr and Mrs Ralph Tjaden were lonoced at a surprise silver wed- ing anniversary party by a large group of neighbors Thursday evening, Feb. 24, at their fa"rm home. The self-invited guests Drought anc? served a delicious unch and presented the honored couple lovely gifts in honor of he occasion. / MYd J,6h« Bauer and bjby boy, were brought home Saturday 1 Jfbtti the Bfitt 1 hospital where the infant .was..bom. Tuesday, .Feb. 22.. HS .Will.'be baptized Jasen Ale°n Sunday lift St. Joseph's Cath- blib Church by ReV. L, N. kienu * Mrs Vfola Maybee and granddaughter - Debbie, of Mason City spent 1 Friday with her sister, Mrs John Hufi.and family. Mr and i Mrs Leander Seefeld left. iSaturday for .Sheybogan, Wis.j-to make .the acquaintance of their new twin granddauglv ters born to Mr ahd Mrs Doh Pecoy -Feb, 19.- The latter family also! has al daughter, Deborah. .Mr and'Mrs George Seaberg and family and Mrs Joseph' Skow spent the weekend with their recently widowed" mother , Mrs W, S. McElmurray at Clark) South Dakota. Rev,'arid ; Mrs Robert Haa'g and SWVe- bit Des "Mornes and .Rev. ahd :i . <'Mijs' 'Percy Carlson ' 'Weje Thuirattay' evehing' 8:30 dinner guests in- -the ; Russell^ Swanson i .-'•Mr j' A.44 : $& ftlisseli .S'wanson 27 <'wiel&M ?ih' Mitirie"abbliR will 1 Mr and -Mrs ,G6rdoh J-ohheon and daughter?, .Carrie 'Lee. They at* tended, the Mfimfsota-lOwa bas* ketball? gMl 16 '! Monday Evening. the "American Legion; Auxilia ry;,Wilhrtieet Thursday 'evening Mardh; v ljO;: instead;^ March 3 Mrs" 'Edna; Fldm-and ; Mrs Clara Bauer will be'hos'tes'se's'.' 'Catholic Girls arid; Young La- 1 ,, dies Of St. Joseph!s-Parish, Wes-' ley, were privileged to listen to a "Guidance Lecture" given Friday night,-Feb. ,26, by Sister S.te-, phahie,»'a r Member^ of; Hie", faculty; of Cardinal Stritch College. .- . There-; .will be special services held Friday evening, Marich 4, in the'Methodist Church.?• Rev.; Harry Whyte of Algona *ftl be uest speaker", and several ..other Ministers will be present^ Rev., ivTiyle se^Vbb' his first-pa^erate te 25 years ago. Mr. ami Mrs Joe Meure* ftftd as heif Sunday dinrier gue%^ Mr nd Mrs Nick Meurer at Plover in d Mr and Mrs A..M. Lemke >f Irvingtont Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton eft Saturday for Minneapolis where 'they visited his brother, larold Hamilton 1 , and his s ster, »trs John Sudmeier, • and their families tintil Tuesday. On Monday evening they attended the Iowa-Minnesota basketball game. Rev L. N. Klein and the.nuns of the parochial school attended ;he funeral of Mrs Josephine Rosen'meyer, S7, at St. Benedict Thursday morning, Feb. 24. The debased was the mother df Sister. De Sales.l who had,taught school .here a ; number J3f years ago.'She is.rioVv- in MilwaUkefc. Rev. Frank Webb and several of the Methodist .Youth Group attended a rally Sunday at the Good Hope church. f - IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL- OF THE -CITY OF AL S G e?tfo A n l°Th A at Ordinance No. 341 of the Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa, known as the Zoning Ordinance which regulates and restricts the . location and use of structures and real estate is hereby amended to change Blocks 102 and 103, Call's • Addition, from single- family district to-heovy industry^ district by adding to the zoning map of the City of Algona, referred to in Article 1 1 1- Section 2, of said Ordinance^ No. 341, a statement, notation and reference thai Blocks 102 and 103, Call's Addition, were changed to heavy industry district by this. Ordinance. Section 2. Said Ordinance No. 341 Is hereby amended to change Blocks 38 59 and 60 of Call's Addition from single- family district to light Industry district by adding to said zoning mop of the City of Algono n statement, notation and reference that Blocks 38, 59 and 60 Call's Addition, Algona, . Iowa, werr changed to light industry district by thl r Section 3. That said Ordinance No. 341 Is hereby amended to permit erection 'and use of single-family dwellings and two- family dwellings- on premises In comrner- .vBBBJdistrlttSJS- Tight industry districts and heavy industry districts by striking from Article VIII, Section 2, sub-paragraph' (b) ' '"section 4. That said Ordinance No. 341 is hereby amended to provide for lower building permit fee schedule bv striking the fee schedule from Article XIV, Section 2, and by inserting In lieu thereof the following: COST OF CONSTRUCTION $ 0.00 to $1,000. $ 1,000 to $2,500. $ 2,500. to $5,000. S 5,000. to $10,000. $10,000. to $15,000. $15,000. to $25,000. $25,000. to $50,000. $50,000. and over T- ---Section 5. That existing Ordinances or ports of Ordinances in conflict herewith ore hereby repealed. That this Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Passed, adopted, and approved this 24th day of February, 1955. Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk , Approved: Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 359 Is hereby duly authenticated this 24th day of February, A. D., 1955. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Ivy D. Scuffhcm, City Clerk Golden Wedding Honors For A Bancroft Couple By Mrs Law*rence Bergman Bancroft—Children of: Mr- and Mrs F. H. Mescher who spent Sun day' here and attended thei golden wedding mass Were M .and Mrs Gisch and daughters, M 'ahd'Mfrs Walter Mesch'er, : Alg6na "Mr' and "Mrs' Glen! McCleish attc family, Mr and Mrs. Kienltz an family and Mr'and Mrs Richai- Mescher and sons. • . .'-.-,';,',. A dinner in honor of Mr and Mrs Mescher was held at the home of their .son, Mr and Mrs Richard MescHer, who live on the Mescher farm. Mr and Mrs MeScher have spent most of their married life here and are the par* erits of eight children, three whu were unable to be here until sum* met when they will hold open louse. Mrs Mescher is a daugh- ,er of the late Mr and Mrs Joseph latten and a sister of Frank latten and Mrs Virgil Wolf living ' iere. Al Dubuque Services Word was received here of the death of Mrs Albert McCarthy's •nother in Dubuque. Attending .ervices from here were Mr and Bob McCarthy and Shannon, the Vincent McCarthys, Homer McCarthys and John McCarthys Mrs Albert McCarthy, who with her husband is spending the winter in Texas, came and helped care for her mother returning tn Texas after the services. Mr and Mrs Laurence'Bergman .id family spent Sunday at" the Curtis Nursing home at.Burt With Grandma Bergman who i critically ill. •".. ;'- ' ,Mrs Walter Goche .entertained a large group of ladies at a party Tuesday afternoon. ' Mrs H. K. Lampe won high, prize. ^ ; Pupils of the 8th grade at St. John's honored Billy Vaske, at a parly Friday evehing at the Mar* yin Vaske horhe. Billy had beeri ill for the past month and unable to attend school., John Bergman, patient at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, for four weeks returned home Saturday. His wife -has been with her parents at Algona. . Mr and Mrs John Menke re* turned Saturday from Rochester vhere Mr Menke went through \\e clinic. Mr and Mrs E. K. Hulterstrumi Baroboo, Wis., spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr and Mrs Laurence Kemna moved from Armstrong into theil lome recently purchased from Mr and Mrs John Fangmah, who iii .urn moved this week to Raki where Mr Fangman will operate an implement company. Mr Cemna will operate a garagfi which he is building just south of the'Welp Elevator. Thursday, Mor«h 3, T9SS Algona (Id.) Upper De> Matflfl-8 38 Mariners At Lakota Provide A Guest Ni Sheridan, Illinois after receiving his discharge from the armed forces. Mr and Mrs Meyer are now living in the Mary Zoller apartment. Roger Meyer is still in Germany oncl had not received his orders yet last week. Mr and Mrs Winston Schroder moved to Elmore last weekend where he is employed al the Elmore Nursery. Mr and Mrs Merle Sachs of Waterloo visited the parental home, Walter Sachs last weekend. Marlene returned to ht?r home after a visit with her brother, Merle. Mrs Henry Christiansen brought her htisbancl home from the hot- pital itt Rochester last week. Mr Christiansen has been ill and in the hospital for quite some time. Elmer Stohr, who has been living on the Winkleman Estate farm is moving i mile south of Thompson. Urban Hommetding is settling on a farm he bought near the Minnesota line. Irvm Koppen has moved on his owtl farm south of Lakota. UDM Classifieds fay ADVERTISING Jh the A1$OM Upper Deu Molnes reacnes mot% families in Kossuth county any other publication By Mrs Jferry Lakota—The Mariners group of the Presbyter! art church held Guest Night Sunday in the church parlors. Rev KrUse had the topic and led the discussion. Russell TePaske led the devotions 'and Mrs TePaske furnished special music. There were'38 present. Wilson Bracks and Lawrence Lewises served refreshments. Homemakers To Meet Mrs Elmer Paulson and Mrs Russell Winter attended the Farm Bureau Homeraakers lesson at the K. C. Hall'in Algona oh Wednesday. . They will give the lesson Friday, March 11, at the regular Ledyard Township Homemakers club to be held at the home of Mrs Kenneth Busch. Gets Army' Discharge Mrs Ronald Meyer went to Mason City Wednesday evening and met her husband at the air* port where he arrived from For' COOKIE ON SALE, MARCH 5 -12 By Algona Girl Scouts FEES $ 1.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 $25.00 Silver Anniversary A family party was held Friday .^en-iR&;.: Frb, -25 . at. .ths JJiOp.b, Tjaden home in honor of their 25th wedding ^anniversary. A delicious lunch was.served and gifts presented to'the honored couple. Al F-B Meeting: s Mr/and Mrs J. P. HaUptman, Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Joe Skow and Jurgen Skow attended a Farm Bureau • Institute in the Legion hall at Burt Wednesday, Feb. 23. Several Family Moves The Gayle Studer family moved over the weekend into the Mrs Dorothy Snook apartment vacated lately by the Wm. Halterman family, who moved into the Ray Otis farm house. ' Mr and Mrs ;"Breezy" Rowe,' newly weds,, moved into the iStu<- der apartment vacated by Gayle Studer. ' ' Mr and Mrs John Meyer moved from the upstairs Studer. apartment which is now for ,rent, into the apartment in the Grif- lorst building. Home From Hospital Mrs Francis Pleffer and infant daughter," Joan - j.irli a , were broUMnT h'oiiitr- Saturday li'um ^t. • Ann hospital, Algoha, where the jaby was born early Sunday, morning, Feb. 20. The baby will De baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church by Rev. L. N. Klein. Sponsors will be Mrs Pfeffer's" brother-in-law and sis- ;er, Mr and Mrs Harold Hornbuckle of Waterloo.- The'baby has two sisters, Cecelia and Linda, and one brother, Joe. Henrietta Pfeffer of Algona helped out at the home of her -brother. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer had as their Sunday dinner and supper guests Mr and Mrs George Wel- ftk and family of Brill, Mr and Mrs Gus Brandt and. Gus Brandt, Jr., of Clear Lake, and Mr and Mrs John Bauer and family. Mr and Mrs Duane Studer and Mr and Mrs , Everett Ackerson were Des Moines business'callers Friday, Feb. 25. Did you move March 1st? If you did, have you done the following: 1. Called at your post office and left your new address. 2. Called and had your farm fire arid wind policy land description changed. 3. Called and had your land description changed on your Farm Liability Policy. Regardless if you have moved or not, now is a good time to take out a Farrr^ Liability policy if you don't have one, Some of the special features of our policy are: 1. Covers you on all your tractors. 2 Covers anyone else operating your tractor. 3. Covers damaga to others through fire and livestock. 4. Pays you for livestock killed on the highway. • 5 For personal acts of you or your famil/. 6. Medical p^mepts for guest or outsiders hurt on your premises. 7. Medical payments for EXCHANGE LABOR. 8 Employers liability and medical payments for hired help. 9. Medical payments on yourself. 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