The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1955
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2-Aleana (la.) Upptr DM Main** Thursday, July 7, 19$$ Mr and Mrs Archie Elbert were visited over the July 4 holiday by Mr and Mrs Ralph Scott of Spring Valley. Mary Jo Krieps flew to Chicago Sunday .having spent a immlh here with her parents, Mr and Mrs N. J. Krieps. • Mr arid Mrs Harold Erpelding had as holiday weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Willard Wessel and Gk'h of Fort Dodge. Mf and Mrs Clem Elbert and Jacqiitlyn had us July 4 guests Mr and Mrs "John Svvinney at Rapid City. • Mr'and Mrs Arn6ld Lallicr and Mr and Mrs James Kunkel of Forest City were recent guests at the home of Mrs Mary Lallier. Danny, son of Mr and Mrs Milo Renlz, spent a week with his sister. Mrs Dick Henvick. nnd heft, husband at Elmore. Mrs Hrnvick is the former Donna Renlz. Mr and Mrs Gordon Renlz and two children of Mason City -spent Saturday at Hie Milo Rent?, home. Gordon is a nephew of Milo Rcn- tz. Mr and Mrs Ray Cook spent the July 4 weekend at Clinton with Mr and Mrs George Car- inody. The Carmodys are former residents of here. Mr and Mrs Charles Murphy drove to Williams to altcrid fu- neral services Monday morning for Mr Murphy's brother, Jack, who had been in poor health for some lime. Mrs Millie Nolte was recently visited by her son Bob, of Dululh, Minn. HP is a former resident here and will be well remembered. At one time he was employed at the Ben Franklin store. Mr and Mrs Dick Post and children and Mrs Elizabeth Post drove to the Okobojis Sunday to see the Dick Post's son Bob on "visitor day" at the camp Bob is attending a fortnight. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith have returned from a vacation of a week spent at the Lake of the Oziirks and at Des Moines with Harold's aunts, Mrs Alfred Hoffman and Miss Christine Hoffman. Mrs Augusta Lavrenz has been visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Marvin Horr of Miami, Ariz., Mr and Mrs Kenneth Martin of Union, Mo., and Mrs Arnolds Wermersen and daughler Jean, of Tuscon, Ariz. Mrs Wermersen and Jean have been here Ihe past month. Mrs Milo Rentz had a call from Mrs Cecil SJeward of J-Iazelcrest, 111. announcing the birlh of a baby boy to her sister, Mrs James Ireland. The baby weighed 7 Ib. 8 m. and has been named Gary semi-annual WOMEN'S SHOES JIMELY STYLES FROM REGULAR STOCK DRASTICALLY REDUCED! SAVE AND MORE An opportunity that comes only twice each year. We'ro cleaning our stocks of odd lots and incomplete size rangesat terrific reductions. ...Calfskin, suede, novelty fabrics, pumps, ankle straps. Black and colors. All sizes but not in every style . . • Your, choice regardless of original prices ... tOUD FASHION CtNllR AND 2.97 i S & L's BIG BLANKET PROMOTION NOW IN PROGRESS Richard. There are now three , boys and two girls in the Ireland family. Mrs Floyd turner ha* received word that her sister, Mrs Martin Peterson of Armstrong recently suffered a stroke. She is in the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Cornelius L)e Kruif, son-in-law and daugh- .er of Mrs Turner, are taking her Lo Esthorville this week to see Mrs Peterson. Women of Sf. Cecelia's Catholic church will serve the customary unchcon Thursday, July 7. Chairladies will be Mrs Harold Knee" lit and Mrs Herman/Thilgcs. Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. and 'the menu xyill be chicken salad, potato chips, fresh buttered peas, sliced tomatoes, rolls, home made pie, coffee or milk. Nil's ^Catherine McEvoy went to Minneapolis, Minn., June 5, to attend che graduation from 8th grade of her granddaughter. Kit, daughler of Mr and Mrs Maurice McEvoy. Kit had attended the St. Benedicline school which leaches only as far as eighlh grade. Of Ihe class of forty-three Kit had the highest grades. Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Mr and Mrs Julius Capesius and Mrs Clara Walker spent Thursday at Monterey, Minn, as guests of Peter C. Reding at the Mrs M. M. Miller home. Peter C. is a brother of the ladies. The men report very good crops in Minne- sola, the corn on Mr rte'ding's faftft six fe'ol fall. Mr andt Mrs Auflusf Halrif had as' 1 guests, Saturday', Mr affd Mrs Gfcorge Ricke of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Arnold Stufflick of Kana \vlia; and Mr and Mrs Arden Hoveland of Minneapolis, Minn. They were joined in the evening by Mr arid Mt<% Don Froehlich and Mr and Mrs John Ludwig o!' St. Benedict,; Mr and Mrs JRudy Ilarig and Randy bf Liverniore; Mr and Mrs Robert Liesnef and Mrs Amelia Kain. Mrs Harold Efpeldiag entertained dt a picnic party for her daughlef,• Jane Marie, who Was 1 year old July 2. Guests Were the grandmother, Mrs John Erpelding and Marguerite, Mts- Eel Tigges, Marilyn and Sharo'ft, Mrs Martin Frideres, Ronnie, Duane and , Alah, Barbie Colwell," Mrs Paul' Lemkee and Craig, Mrs Dick McGinnls and Suzanne, Mrs Leo Thilges, Linda, Gloria Antf am: Michael. Jane Marie_'s sister, Becky. Jane Marie received many presents, and ice cream and cake were served. Mr and Mrs Pete Malsrud have been visited by their son, M/Sgt. Russell Halsrud, his wife and family. They left. July 5 foi Waycross, Ga., and the wife' and family will live there with her family while Sgt. Halsrud is overseas. He will report at San, Diego, Calif., and will leave from there. A family picnic was held July 4 at which others in atlendancS were Mr and Mrs Walter Halsrud and family erf ^ellingldn, Kan., Mr arid Mts'Rofei Brltm of Mason City, Mr and Mfs Minnie Hines. ST. JOE 6y Mrs Syl Wagner Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, student at the Electronic, Radio, Television Institute in Omaha, spent the July 4th weekend with home folks. Mrs Marvin Reding entertained the Farmerette 500 Club in her home Wednesday evening with Mrs Albert Kramer and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas as guests. High prize was awarded to Mrs Raymond Thilges; travel to Mrs Martin. Friders; and low prize to Mrs Wilford Kohlhaas. Mrs Milford Plathe entertains the club on Wednesday, July 27. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and daughter Shirley were visitors recently in the George Scuff* ham home for a visit with Mrs Scuffham's brother, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lyons and family of Artesian, Calif., visitors here. Pat McGuire entered St. Jo- seph's Mtfcy hctepital in Fort Dodge*- oil Satui-day for medical aid. Sylvestfef Wagner entefeo^St JoSepffs M&Njy Hospital in #6rt Dodgd on Mondly for medical aid. Mr and Mrs WilfVed Schneider and family were weekend visitors with relatives at Litchfield, Minn., where a family gathering was held. Mr and Mrs John Flynn and family from New Jersey and Mr and Mrs Richard Olson from Chicago also attended. Mrs Flyrtn and Mrs Olson are sisters of Mr Schneider. Mr and Mrs Joseph Schumacher and family of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mfs Charles Patrick and daughters of Long island, N. Y., were visitors here this week with the Nicholas Weydert family. Mrs Weydert is a sister of Mrs Schumacher and Mrs Patrick. Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell, Connie and Mike attended the rural mail state convention in Decorah from Wednesday through Saturday. N. L. Cotton, Angus Cotton Jr. of Chicago, 111.; Mr and Mrs Angus. Cotton, Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton and John, and Mr' and Mrs Kenneth Jfckson and Michael, all of Lone Rock and Mrs M. E. Morgan of Algona were 'guests Sunday at the Harley Shellito home in Spencer in honor of N. L. Cotton's 89th birthday. Mottefe Notice is h^refcy given that the City of Algona, I&'wn has received ftt> m J» I. Merryman and Tom Morfymart. Algona. town, a proposal to buy from the City the following described real estate, to-wlt: . A tract of land heretofore vacated as a portion of an alley described as follows: •• . Beginning at a point 6.83 feel west of the Southwest corner of Block 2, Stacy's Addition, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, thence North parallel with the West line of said Block 2. 88 feet, thence West 6 feet, thence South 8tL feet, thence East 6 feet to point of beginning, all in Algonn, Kossuth County, for the sum of dne Dollar ($1.00) and all costs of proceedings in connection with the vacation and sale of the above-described real estate including publication costs and attorneS's fees and certain other considerations and you are notified that said proposal will be acted upon by the City Council at the Council meeting to be held at 7:30 p m July 28. 1955 in the Council Chambers of the City Hall, Algona, Iowa. Dated this 16th day of June, A. D., 1955. CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA liy. Linda B. Clapsaddlc Mayor (Published July 7 and July M, 1953. in The Algona do va) Upper DCS Moln- cs). State of Iowa ss In District Court Kossuth County No. 6M3 April Term. '.955 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREB .' NOTIFIED. That an Instrument of \vi iting purporting to be the' last Will .ind Testament of Clara Schult*. Deceased, dfltdd July 28, 1950. having bten this. day filed, opened and read, Monday the 18th day of July, i»SS. IS fl«ajor>eartn| Srobf of same at th«e&uft House ifi Al«ona,"lo*fl, before the District Court or said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to app6ar, and show cause, tr any they have, why instrument should not be 'probated and 'allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa. July 5, 1955. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Shurmvay, Kelly & Frlstedt, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (Published July 7 in the Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moincs) RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF. 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