The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 30
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8-Algfliiei do.) Upper 6es Moirtes thursdoy, June 30, 1955 2 Local Police At School Four peace officers from Ihis area, including two Algona policemen, arc- shown in the above photo gelling instruction on opening safes fioin a New Ym'k luck expert. .lames Taylor, center. Olhers shown, left to right: l!ay Krebs. Algonn: E. II. Bradley, Dakota City, Humboldt County .-lit'iitf: Leo Counley. Algona; and Jack Ruddy. Emmetsburg police chief. Tavlni is director of research for a Rochester. N. Y. In IP. The gioiip participated in the week-long enforcement school at the University of Iowa last week. Lakofa Girl, B. Gerzema Wed June 24 Lakoia — Hernadine Ger/ema of Phoenix. Ari/.. daughter of Mr and Mrs C. C. Gei;-.ema. La- l-o'a, and Edward Jay Leavitt. Phoenix, son of Mr ami Mrs W A. Leavitt of V.'cllsbui-g. West \ f irginia, were united in marriage at 8 p.m., June 24. HI55. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Il;irl-"i Kruse in the First Presbyterian church before an altar decorated with baskets of white baby-biealh and blue delphinium and candle- bra. . . The organist. Miss Shelda Mi rt/.ke. played preceding the ceiemony. Die wedding inarches and accompanied the soloist, Paula Buekels, who sang "Songs of Kutlj".. ."Through the Years" and "The Lords Rra-yer." Ceniadine wore a nylon lace over taffeta gown with a four- tiered colonial skirt, a Queen Kli/.abeth collar.and long pointed -leaves, which she fashioned herself. The waist length veil was held by a seed pearl Tiara. Sh'.', carried an orchid on her white Bible. The. matron of honor waf- Mrs Martha Leavitt of Wellsburg. West Virginia, and the bridesmaids were Mrs Carlyle Gerzema of Lakota and Mrs R. D. Sullivan nf Minneapolis. The best man was Larry Ger/ema, brother of (he bride, ushers were Carlyle Gerzema, brother of the bride, and R. D. Sullivan of Minneapolis. A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Jurlaine Frerichs served punch •ind a buffet lunch was served from a table centered with a four-tiered wedding cake, trimmed with pink rosebuds, which was cut and served by the bride's umt. Mrs John Burns of Buffalo Center. A bouquet of roses in an antique glass dish was at one ^nd of the table. Coffee was served by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs Tom Lazoar of Wellsburg, W. Virginia. Kent Gerzema had charge of the guest book, Mrs Loren Kopp, Buffalo Center, was hostess. The newlyweds left. Sun- Jay morning for a ten-day wedding trip through Colorado, Yel- 'owstone National Park, the 3rand Canyon and Arizona, and will be at home at 3048 N. 40th St., Phoenix, Arizona. Bernadine is a graduate of the 'ocal high school and Macalester College, St. Paul, and taught in he Red Wing and St. Paul schools, prior to going to Arizona jvhere she taught primary in the -Jlendale school last year. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Wellsburg school and ha: been attending Arizona State iince his discharge from the air force. He also works as a criminal investigator for the sheriff's office in Phoenix. Bernadine was given a personal shower at the home of Mrs W. D. Ley, assisted by Mrs George Ileetland of Clear Lake. Audrey Hastings of Mason City, a former teacher of Bernadine, and Mrs 'id Mott of Dus Moines were out. of town guests. June 17. in the Presbyterian church parlors, a miscellaneous shower was given by a group of friends. After a •il'iort program. Bornadine was assisted by Mrs Carlyle Gerzema in opening her gifts. Former classmates, Jeanette Anderson Mun- mn of Ringsted and Berniece 31son Stevens of Armstrong assisted with the pouring at the .•ol'fei: table. Feeder Pi Sale, L. Rock Mr and Mrs J. E. Ellis and daughters of Buffalo, Minn., were visitors the past week at the home of Mrs Ellis' aunt, Mrs Elizabeth Schaper. SLACKS and J^>^^7S£^$ : -sii Wll'iS^ 1 SPORT SHIRTS SLACKS with a casual feel and a polished look that give you plenty of freedom and plenty of good looks. Made with all touches to detail of high-priced slacks. In booming colors for the holiday and vacations! SPORT SHIRTS with a breeze- cool look and a frosty feel that c;ive you top comfort at the same time you're looking "tops." New sheer fabrics styled like "big money." In a* wonderful array of colors and patterns. Up Samsonite Luggage ihould he by your side if you are doing any summer Iravei'ng. li's ihe smartest thing in luggage, to sirong you can stand on i!, and available here at the HUB in every piece Samsonite makes! O - j ALGONA,IOWA Another feeder pig sale, with 200 seven to 10-week old pigs listed, was announced by Ray Laatas of Lone Rock this week The sale is to be held Tuesday, July 5, at the Laabs farm, one- half milejiorth and one and three- fourths miles west of Lone Rock. Also offered will be 20 second litter sows, bred to furrow in August. Lloyd Berkland of Fen- Ion is the auctioneer, and the Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Mr and Mrs Art Anderson of Swea City were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Jevry Heet- lancl home. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Schrocder were Mr and Mrs Merril Sparks and family of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr and Mrs j Wintston Schroeder and family of ! Elmore, Minn. " j Mrs Charles Gulknecht and < Mrs Jerry Heetlancl entertained j at a coffee party in honor of their aunt, Mrs Flattie Randall, June 26, at the Gutknecht home. The courtesy was a surprise birthday party and guests were old time friends of Mrs Randall which included the Mesdames Ben Fnr- ••ow. Art Lester, Jennie Gut- '<necht, Mary Zoller, Harriet Wai- burton and the Misses Emma and Louise Thaves, and her nieces the Mesdarnes Raymond Winter, J. E. Ukena, Fred Schroeder. Russell Winter and Ralph Dewey. the latter of Sac City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey. Renee and Johnny of Sac Citv came Friday to attend the wed ding of Bernadine Gerzema and Edward .Leavitt and were fiucsts 1 if Mrs Dewey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena. Ralnh returned home Saturday but Mrs Dewev •'"d 'he children remained until Tuesday. Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley left last week for Los Angeles lo attend 'he funeral of Mr Lev's sister. Mrs T. S. Waud. Mrs Waud, th" former Ad Ley. is well known 'o mnnv in this area as she and Mr Wand .lived here during their early married life when he wa< *he lo'-al druecist. The deceased was 77 vears of age. Mrs W. D. Lev came hom-i from Sioux Falls, So. Dak.. Sunday •ind Wednesday received word nf 'he death of her mother. Mrs I, T. Adlaml. who previously had :ur«erv. Mrs Ley left the next '•iv for W-'Unrtown. So. Dak., and Mr Ley and Dav'd wr.it ir,*~-- • - ••itpnd the funeral services which were held at Clarke, So. Dak. June 25. The Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht are visiting relatives in Avoca and Milwaukee, Wis. R^v. and Mrs Springis attend- r> d the District conference in Fort Dodge last week ;>r>d at (Via* (i '-ne was assigned to a church in Elma. Within the last year Rev. and Mrs Springis have been overjoyed to receive two of their grandsons into their home. Gunner who was 12 when he arrived and Thursten about 5. The parents of both bovs were casualties of the wars in Latvia. Rev. and Mrs Springis will be greatly missed in this community for they have taken an active interest in both church and community work. Rev. Sprin- gis has been in demand as special •iiicaker telling of their experiences. Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet were Saturday night and Sunday guests in the Bur- 'leite Hoepnner home. Andrit Snringis left Mason City last Thursday for Camp Chaffee, Ark. He expects to be in the Third Armored Division. Andrit is the son of Rev. and Mrs Fritz Springis. At the time of his arrival in Lakota, Andrit entered the local high school as a freshman and graduated with honors in May of this year, having completed his work with his class besides mastering the English language. The Springis family arrived from Latvia as refugees only a short time before coming to Lukuta. The largest hail-stones ever measured in the USA weighed 1'2 pounds, was 17 inches in circumference and almost 5'^ inches in diameter. DIAMOND'S 100,000 Gallons Sold SAVE, BUY NOW! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE-AIGONA Announcing Algona 9 ! Newest and Finest Housing Subdivision Plans have now been completed for the largest housing, subdivision ever established in fhe city of Algona. Below, you will find an architects drawing of the new subdivision, showing the various proposed lots, playground and park area, streets, etc. For further details, read below. p-%^%^ SITE OF SUBDIVISION The site of the subdivision is a 22-acre tract of land owned by Louis J. Fersll and Frank J. Cunningham, both of Algona. It is located south of the McGregor street road, three blocks east of Phillips street. IMPROVEMENTS The following improvements will be offered and completed before any construction in the subdivision begins: (1) Sanitary and Storm Sewers; (2) Public Utilities; (3) Curb and Gutter; (4) Hard-surface streets. These projects will be undertaken and completed in the very near future. PARK & PLAYGROUND Two acres of the subdivision will be set aside for a park and playground area. It is hoped this area can be deeded to the city as a city park and the maintenance and upkeep of the area handled by the city. SIZE OF LOTS The lots, which will number between 60 and 70, will have approximately 70 to 100 feet frontage and will be 130 feet deep. The majority of the lots will be 90 and 100 foot widths (average town lot in Algona is 66 by 132 feet.) PRICE OF LOTS An exact price for these lots has not been determined as yet but will be available in the next few days. Every effort will be made to keep the cost of lots as low as possible and lower, if possible, than many city lots are now selling for. Only 15 or 20 lots in the west half will be offered at the present time. RESTRICTIONS Restriction convenanls will be included in titles to lots, requiring substantial homes, preventing older houses from being moved onto lots and preventing the erection of basement homes. The size of the lots and other restrictions will permit plenty of space between homes. All these restrictions are for the protection of the lot owners. MEETS FHA & 61 REQUIREMENTS Since the Federal Housing Association assisted in the formulation of these plans, they meet FHA and GI requirements to the fullest degree. This will prove extremely helpful in arranging financing, if needed. FOR FULL DETAILS WRITE OR CALL- PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor I^ ¥ • y~V V T T"* f* 4 * *-t W . n. ^ PHONE 714 OR 48 ALGONA

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