The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1955 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1955
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' I, ! School Expansion Underway CujMtoittol work on the new School building project-got underway this past week,.with erectiorr of the supply-hbuse just west of'the sdh6ol btiildin'g. Also several large trees on the site recently ' jjurchdsed lor school grounds, were bull-dozed out, the Work, being done by Cutler of Bancroft. It is understood • the actual work on the project will be started this week or soon after According to Contractor Lund- qUist, who came here last week, there will be a crew of 8 men, not Including'several local men who will be employed. , ' ,, ' Swea-Harriiron 4-H ; The Swea .- Harrison '4-H club met/May 2, Monday night, at the ,Alan Peterson home. One guest, Gary Larson, was present. During the business meeting, the Club tour was disclosed. The tour will be in June, and all parents are invited to attend, and to share the picnic which will follow. The business meeting was adjourned and a program followed, with a talk by Larry Torine, Glendon Peterson demonstrated making a paint brush can. Lunch was served by Alan's mother, Mrs Rudolph Peterson. • ' • Buy Horns In The/-Walter G. Smiths have bought the dwelling of Mrs Marie 'E lt !? £ ?, th Kvamsdale, east of, the Methodist church, and will get possession June 1.- The Smiths recently sold their property adjacent to the school site, and it is Understood the dwelling will be used-to hdiise married teachers and their families.* ,. ' . The; Robert Blotnsters have bought a home m Lakota, and expect to move Into it s&me time Itt June, Bob has been commuting from Swea City to Lakota where he qtyris and operates a garage. THd' Grant 4-H 'club met last week at the Grant school, with a representative from the Ellmore .nursery on hand to speak on landscaping William Huskamp was named for th& short Course at Ames this summer, Delegates named for the s4-H camp at Clear Lake were Henfy Pederson and Kenneth' Kldcke, At Korean Radar Post In Marines KOREA (FHTNC)—Marine Sgt Howard H Krause, son of Mr and, Mrs Walter Krause, and husband of. Mrs Lucile Krause all of Lone; Rock, Iowa, is setting here as a ra4ar operator with Marine Air Control Squadron 1, a unit of the.First Marine Aircraft Wing. Before entering the service in January 1954, 23 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ALGONA, IA. 7 -AS P.M. All Seats Free THREE FATEFUL DECISIONS! ONE GREAT DRAMATIC STORY! IUI UINII • MWI Klt«l Ml • Mllll Win* MM Hn N«uf • UN An •«« *aum " UIM iwm u*> hr«« In th* grip ol llf«'» gr*ai*it tlruggl* ,. (, •J 1 «'-., .fl ,,. • ?^^^^ - I , -JIT pan "" Hi iiys, "If I can't I put rili(ion en t i driw.lng boird, I J want no p«tt Of ill" — Fllmtd ggalnil Ih* Inlplrlng backdrop «l lh« CONDON CRUSADE I . ' ACTRESS She discovers t dost kinship to God to be the lines! ~ "contact" one cm hive. FACTOftr WOIKU He learn the hard wiy the source of the only '.'sure dividends" in life. Pictured above are Mr and'Mrs William'B. Kinsey of Algona, who were; married Saturday \ morning, April 23, in .a double-ring ceremony performed by Msgr. P. P.^Gearen in St. Cefcelia'a Catholic church. Mrs Kinsey is the former Marl'ene Jeanette St. John, daughter of Mrs'Carrie St. John of Algona, and Bill is a son of Mr and Mrs E. S, ,Kins6y, also of Algona. Following their s wedding trip to the C-jarks, the young pouple are now at home at '408 Diagonal street. (Brown's Studio Photo,) .'•>•• '•'-' •'• • ' " ' •LAKOTA , By Mrs Jerry Heetland 'Mrs George Ennen came home Saturday from the Buffalo Center hospital'where ;she had surgery. Kev. \ and Mrs Harlan KrUs^ went to'Sioux Falls ^ Friday to visit Rev. and M'rs Gilbert Beenkeni Little Sara Beenken came hpme with'the Kruses to spend a month while her.^ parents are in California. - • • • • . • , MrS'Lena'Allan of Eagle^Groye wba.'4'' 'gyest. of:heir ..sister ,Mrs 1* E, Wortman and Mr Wortman, Sunday;-.' Mr and Mrs Tice Brack of Ledyard-were Sunday guests of their son, Mr and Mrs Wilson Brack. Other guess were Mr Frank T. Lewis and Howard Lewis." Will Mabus'is recovering from an emergency appendectomy performed Wednesday afternoon at- the Buffalo Center hospital. The appendix had already ruptured and Mrs Mabus was very side tor several days. A' daughter, Mary Elizabeth, was born May 3, to Mr and Mrs Pete Smidt at the Buffalo Center hospital. The little girl has three brothers. -Mr and Mrs August Christ and Raymond of Wells;' 'Minn, visited Mrs Christ's brother, Will Mabus, in the hospital Sunday and were guests of. .other relatives here. Mr and Mts Russell TePaske ( had as their i guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Cliftoh 1 'Buckets, Paula and Mike. Mrs 'Roland Smith Jr. has 'been a patient in the '-Buffalo/ Center hospital for several days bjecause of a blood clot in her leg. ' •,; • Mr and Mrs Al Dudding "are parents' of a,baby boy born last .week in the-Buffao Center hospital. Mrs Dudding is the former) Norma Olthoff. - '••'-.?. Rev. and Mrs Virgil Smith and .children of S r t. Reter, Minn. Mq : arj,dii«Mr,s,,-Herman .Jutting and Judy were Sunday afternoon guests at the parental John'Smith home. . ; Mrs Ed Buckels and children of Boone were Mother's Day •guests in the W- E. Ley, home,. Mrs Oryille Ruby accompanied by her sister, Mrs Fred Ploeger of. 'Ledyard visited thqir 'mother, Mrs Ploeger at Algona, Sunday. Frank Lewis and Billie Beemcr of Morningside college were at their respective home for Mother's Day. > We'ekend guests in the Raymond Winter home were Marilyn Griemann of Crystal Lake, Virgie Ann Elbert, Lakota, and Barbara Winter from Cylinder. The girls are all teachers and were class- Ledyard Community School-Class of 1955 pp. ^a^n;,3,yi y iii ii pnp»»»aeg»»Hi»ie» v*B»mw^mr^«ij u 11.1 '•» ..... tmt<u i u a. «m< ^i«--«- —«r,™o«. T~ ~™-™»^ -T— -^-- j^.^-a-™-^- i — ---- ---- — , Top-row, lelj to light — Jtremifh Sullivan, Sonio Ai>dw»on. flpbert f jrisj*, v Ronal4 ZieUke, IJ^ihleeii Kjng, Poijeld King. Center row ^ Jaroes -Goetz, Janicf L}oy4. H»uri«t Krfhsb»cb, D9n^I4 PliMfe, Carol Menke, Rpberi WaJlentine. Bottom row — Larry Piijgel (R«*Mten»> Mary SHen f^tow (swyeJayy), Maxine Busch, Donald T?ems (lre»s«rer), Ella ), Li Oonald (vi« pyesldenl), Linda Ternw, Pictures Pr«wntsd Through The Cpwrtesy Farmers' Co-Op Elevator Co, Bernard Beilly, Mgr. " '** State Bank of Ledyqrd §in«s l|9g .' Udycud, Iowa , Moy 12, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Dii Meln«-5 mates in Waldorf college. , ><• Dr and Mrs R. L. Williams and Mrs Carrie Williams visited friends in Fort Dodge Thursday, The fare department was called to the Stack Suj>er Value store Monday afternoon when a long string of fluorescent lights went out and there was a strong odor of something burning. Formal Initiation ot four tte'w members was held May 2 at the regular meeting of the Legibn Auxiliary County President, Lillian Foth of Algona was the Inrtiation officer assisted by Marian Enneberg, Ruth Becket, Pfearl Smith, Barbara, Beemer and Iva Rippentrop Leona Heetland Was pianist., Hostesses were Mar* garet and Betty Powers , who served a lunch to the' members In thd new Legion Hall following the meeting, A bake sale ahd lunch is being ^lanhe'd" by th6 auxiliary for. May 14 > • ;, t — U ' .'•'; ':'_ May Crowning At St. John's; Dianne Scindt Is Queen Bancroft—The May. rfrd^ning ceremonies were performed at St John's Catholic church* and high school students formed two rosaries. Dianne Sandt Was the May queen} Lola Meyer and Barbara Kockler were maids; Crown Carrier was Joann Kennedy; Flag Bearer, Donna Deitering; Guards, Betty,' Bill and Marilyn Mulligan;' Sodality Flag Bearer, Phyllis Govern; C.S.M.C. ' Flag. Bearer, Phyllis Rustemier; .Carrying the statue'were Karen A'ntoine, Betty Elsbecker, Marlene Ferguson, Irene Hellmanj Ushers < were Denise McOee and Mary Doocyj Flower girl was Karen Wilhelmi. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and daughters spent the weekend in Ames visiting with Mr'and Mrs Thomas Lensing and Joyce. Mrs Perry' Torihe went to Mason City, Tuesday and spent a few days with her sister, Mrs Clara. Olson. • I Yvonne Doocy and Betty Doyle who are student nurses at Mercy hospital, left Saturday for.Council Bluffs where they will take a three .month's training course before returning to Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Nick- Doocy ahd Mrs Henry Lampe took Y.vonne and visited with relatives at Council Bluffs and Jack Doyle took Betty. Mrs Rose Murphy left .Sunday for Winthrop, Marion and Waverly where she will visit; her sons end families before leaving for Chicago to spend tjie summer months with her five sisters. - • Mr and Mrs Laurence, Menke and Betty spent the weekend in 'Lindenwood, ' Mo. where their .daughter, Maxine, •' attends college.- Maxine was one '61 the at- •tSndarits tor 'the cr'owning"6'f i 'ft : fe May Queen at Lindenwood college. Mr' and Mrs Cletus Dorr' and Arliss spent Sunday in St.' Bene- •dict Visiting at the Ben Dorr ihome. Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr had just returned from a four month's visit with their son Sylvester Dorr and family in California. William MeVer. .Sr., Mrs Harry Schmeling, Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Herman , Zumach, Mrs Arthur Zinnell, Mrs Paul Weinhold, Mrs Herman Voigt, Mrs Gdorge Meyer, Mrs Henry Wichtehdahl, Mrs August Vaudt Sr.. Mrs Erwln Siems, arid Mrs William Roeber. Charles and Donald Baas, sons of. Mr arid Mrs Lester Baas, are both confined to thejr home with a siege of Hepatitis.' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Of CLEARING, GRUBBING AND DISPOSING OP TREES Sealed bids will be received until 10:30 o'clojk A.M., May 25, 1955, at the Kossuth County Court' House,' Algona, Iowa, at which time and' place the Kossuth County and Palo Alto County Boards of Supervisors, acting in behalf of Drainage .District' Palo Alto -' Kpijsuth iNo. 1, /Will 'meet fof the burpose of .letting a contract f6r the clearing, grubbing and disposal of 6,086 trees in the channel, and the Clearing and dls- idsW of 16,728 trees on the' ditch lariks. ';.] ":-.;••' '••}',"'• The commencement date 1 is Juhe 6, 1955 and*corrfpletion date is April 1, 1956. . ' Bids will be received on three sections and/or the entire work and each bidder will ibe< ' of Kossuth County or his order.of.the project. at his office, in, an amount equal to 10% of the bid. the right is reserved to reject any or air bids. Bids,' ' specifications, bidding blanks and other information may be obtained at the office oLthe County Drainage Clerk. Algona, Iowa, or contact G. D. Hart, Bancroft, Iowa, Engineer in charge BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS ; ' •• • . '. . ^—* Palo Alto & Kossuth Couiitiefl, Iowa By C. S. Pearson Couftty Drainage Clerk (Published May 12 and May 10, 1955, inrThe Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) to deposit with his ' bid ! a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Room Serving the Nation 19 Yean! , • America's first and Nay's 'largest sc*tr serrlce trganltatltn. • Used by millions tf sjtlsfled homeotnerj. • KOTO-ROOTER remores rwh, grease, scale, tod Mher debris from house ft slrctl. ONE YEAR GUARANTEE A NATIONAL SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY COWAN'S ROTO - ROOTER Serving Kossuth County Phone 980 Collect Whittemore News Mrs James Butler entertained the Lotts Creek Homemakers Club Wednesday afternoon. The lesson was'given by Mrs Gilbert Biersted.t. Entertainment prize was won by Mrs Harold Kuecker and door prize by Mrs Herman Kpllasch. Mrs Butler and Mr? Bicrstedt served the dessert. Mrs Lawrence Meyer, Mrs Herbert Zumach, Mrs Wilbur Roeber, Mrs Melvin Roeber and Mrs Victor Dau were hostesses at a surprise birthday party in honor of their mother, Mrs Anna Dau, at ner home Saturday afternoon. Those present were Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mrs Edward Greinert, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Walter Struecker, Mrs Erwin Struecker, Mrs Anna Wehrspann, Mrs Anna baas, Mrs H. W. Behnke, Mrs Monday, May 16 SWAY WITH 'ANP HIS ORCH«T«A COMING Thursday, Mgy 12 Malek Accordion Bond $atyrcjgy, Mo 14 West Bend Community School CLASS OF 19l5 -*K jbjA 1 ^k ,Jlo; /'{ A,', .> * % -s Iday<yrav ( | , H i v WsVf / (Photos By Woltz Studio, Des Moines) THESE PICTURES PRESENTED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF: Davenport Elevator Co. West Bend, Iowa Iowa State Bank West Bend, Iowa West Bend Elevator Co. West Bend, Iowa u.-^.,. u>-i-ii'-i<i.a'fr-:ii' T:'- i ti utltritMr.>' 'aiCw^W^'^M****^*^!!*.. rt*i,B J

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