The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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4-Alfldno (la.) Upp«r Ds* Molnei Thursday, July lit, 1955 AROUND ALGONA Mrs Frank Sterling was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre and family spent the weekend at their cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs A. J. Rickleis had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Ricklefs' parents, Mr and M. A; Bagge of Fonda. Mrs Mr and Mrs N. A. Best and John and Jim spent the weekend. in their trailer at East Okoboji. Mr and Mrs R. A. Cowan and Cindy spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan. Xi Xi, Exemplar chapter ot Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening for a sewing bee at the home of Mrs Clayton Pitttnan. The iSOrority is working on a doll clothes sale for fall. Mrs Clara Pratt returned Man day evening from West Union where she had visited since Friday with her parents. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Trneger Sr. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth and daughters. Marian and Kalhy and Mary Jo Haag left Wednesday for a vacation at the Earl Miller cottage at Woman's Lake. Minn. Mrs ftasscil Rents spent Monday in F«t Dcxige on a business mission. She was accompanied by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr sad Mrs Gordon Wegener. Mr «nd Mis Don Sherman and children were aa Austin. Minn. Sunder where J&ey visited Mr Sherman's lincle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Roy Boh. son of Mr and Mis Craig Smith, is spending this week at Whiltemore *eith his maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs J. M. Fleming. the Staff parly of the Rebekah lodge was held Tuesday even' ing at the home of Mrs Sid Spear. A business meeting was followed by a social hour. Charlotte Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry M(;Vay, is spending this week at Burt visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr arid Mrs Francis MeVay. Mr and Mrs James Whittemore and daughter, Brigitta, expect to go to Clear Lake Sunday, to attend the wedding of Diane White to Lloyd Ashland. Miss White is a cousin of Mr Whittemore. Mr and Mrs A, E. Briggs had as their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Bernard Ermels and little son, Martvi John, of Webster City. Mrs Ermels is Mrs Briggs' daughter. The first Junior Invitational Golf Tournament will be held Saturday at the Algona Country Club. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith are Chairmen, Phillip Miller and. Pat Ferris, Co-Chairmen. The committee consists of Mr and Mrs W. W. Sullivan, Mr and Mr« Eugene Cook, Bill Dewel and Tom Hutchison. W, J. SfeibM tnierialnft! members of-her neighborhood birthday dub; al.Yhei" h&rne oh Wednesday aftefnoon. The birthday bein of Mrs E dehbrated Biumer. was that Mr and Mr* Fred Weg«n« and Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener spent Sunday at Lone Rock as guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson. Mrs Thompson and Mrs tred Wegener are sisters. The Eight Specs Card Club met last Wednesday evening with Mrs John Button. Mrs Hazel Johnson was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs, Clara Pratt, Mrs Esther Helberg and Mrs Elizabeth Post. Local friends at Mts Fred Hudson will be interested in knowing that she was released Friday from Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge after being seriously ill for a month. She is recovering nicely following major surgery. The Hudsons are former Al- gpnans, now of Fort Dcdge and Mr Hudson is a brother of Oran Hudson. Mrs • Martha- Sherman accompanied Mrs Jdhn Shpltes to-Ames THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD! Sacrifice Sale on THIS IS IT! WE ARE OUT OF THE RETAIL AND USED CAR BUSINESS AND ARE CLOSING OUT ON THE REMAINING STOCK OF USED CARS! Here is your chance to save as never before. PRICES SLASHED! We want quick sales and that means only one thing to you—BIG SAVIN GS. So get out to Algona Implement, early tomorrow morning and pick out the car you want. 1953 PONT Six-cylinder, two - door. An exceptionally clean car with a fine paint job. The price on this automobile has been slashed to the bottom. Book price, $1165.00 — This car has many, — •••«"• %-M* **tio tiianjf t 0i many miles left and is \ in fine condition. New paint job — good tires and overdrive. See it. Book price, $930.00 — 1950 PONT 1950 B U I C K Chieftian Deluxe "6". A four-door, this car has a brand new engine just installed — NO MILES ON IT. This is a new engine, not a rebuilt. Book price, $570— SPECIAL! This Buick has a new paint job and e the valves have just \ been ground. Has white sidewall tires, radio and heater. A neat one. Book price, $530 — 525 495 1951 Nash Ambassador. This i.s Ihe car that offers you the low, low miK.-- age. Economical to run and in very good condition. Here's a car that can actually .save y.ju money. Book price, $620 — our price now 495 '50 Pontiac This is the eight-cylinder Chief- tian, Deluxe Two-door. A beauty and we have cut the price- to where this car will go fast. If this is the car you have been looking for, don't wa.-te a minute in sec-ing it. Book price, $620 495 '48 Pontiac Streamliner eight-cylinder, four- door. This fine car has Hydra- malic drive, radio and he-ate;-. It has many, many miles left in it and just look at the price. Book price, $300 — our price now 275 '47 De Soto 169 Four-door Custom. Hero is just about tho most economical transportation you could ask for. And it is priced to sell but fast. Book price, $205—our price now 946 Ford 149.00 CLUB COUPE 1947 Ford c g E 125.00 '46 Hudson SPECIAL $ 79.00 PHONE 52 IMPL Walt & Deb Hall on Saturday and then went ta Des Moines where she is visilint in the home of her sdn ana daughter-in-law, Mr mvd Mrs Neal Sherman. Mr and Mrs Wilbur ftiendet* had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Rienders' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bob Dclfsan and twin sons of Orange CSly, The Rienders' daughter, Barbara returned with them after spending three weeks at Orangt City. Staff Sergeant and Mrs Gordon Wegener and HtUe daughter, Kristy arrived here Saturday and are visiting the parental Fred Wegeners. Gordon is on 30-day leave from the Afcr Force and has been stationed at Greenville, S. C. Enroute here they stopped *t Iowa City to visit, Mrs Wegener's mother, Mrs Frank Lexvis who has been b patient since Wed' nesday at University hospital. Mr and' Mrs Allan Buchanan and Lynn left Tuesday for Allan- tic, where they are guests of Mrs Buchanan's parents, Mr and Mis Karl Wiuff. Mrs Wiuff expects to go to Omaha this week for cataract surgery. Mr Buchanan will return home for the weekend and his wife will remain for a longer time. The sons, Greg and Bucky, are with their grandmother, Mrs Glen Buchanan. A ladies golf and evening party will be held next Wednesday, July 27, at the Algona Country Club. Dinner will be served and there will be bridge and canasta. Mrs L. E. Linnan and Mrs Craig Smith are chairmen and the committee consists of Mesdames Murray Mowers, Fred Kent Jr.. Leo Cassel, Jack*Chrischilles, Bob LaBarre, M. L. Honsbruch, Don Hemmingsen and John Carroll. Dr. and Mrs Carl Fischer and Julie, Bob and Dick of La Porte,' Indiana and Dr. Fischer's father. Harry Fischer of Coer d'alene, Idaho arrived here Monday for a visit in the T. L. Larson home. Mrs Carl Fischer is the former Theodora Larson. On Thursday morning the visitors went to EH, Minn, to spend several days with the eldest son. Carl Jr. who has been in camp there. The elder Mr Fischer will entrain for his home from Minneapolis and the rest of the family plan to return to Algona for a further visit. Mr and Mrs Everett Van Steenburg and Richard, Jerry and Kurt arrived here Sunday from their home in Flint, Mich. They are 'house guests of Mrs Va,: Steenburg's sister and family, Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson and are also visiting the Ernest Egels and other relatives. Tuesday morning the visitors and the Hudson family left for a tour of the Blark -Hills. They planned to visit the women's aunt, Mrs Bertha Seick at^SjiHfcy,. .S. D. and upon conclusion of the trip will spe ( nd several .days in Algona. Jean Smith Of BurtWeds Dale Lockwood Burt—The Methodist Church in Burt was the scene of a beautiful wedding Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock when Jean Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milfred Smith of Burt. and Dale W. Lockwood, son of Mr and Mrs W. J. Lockwood, also of Burt, were married in a double ring ceremony, Rev. J. W. Bearse officiating. Mrs Arnold Clark of Akron, la., sister of the bridegroom played a prelude of nuptial music including the traditions! wedding marches. She accompanied Mrs Clark Miller of TV tonka soloist, who sang " Because" preceding the ceremony, "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer" during the service. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white Chantilly lace over satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice finished with Elizabethan style steeyw. The floor length bouttKnl skirt ot 1st? ftrfftes. fiftjjttltp vdl of silk illusion nft was attached to a l«ee htMpiw. Her only jewt-lr> was A rtpck1«t* of pearls, ft jjut of the brificfivoom, Her bridal bouquet was vellmv i*oses net and white ribbon streamers, Maid of honor was Mrs Orly Wflfccr of Havana, Til., « oousm of NIC bride. Her bridesmaid was Mrs Marvin Walburg of Al> gona. Dowers $r>i-l was Dcbra Stomal, and the ring bcaT*r was Silly Carlson of Allows. The bridegroom was attended by Milo Johnson of Burt, ana Arnold D. Clark of Akron, la. Ushers were George Becker and John flesh of Burl- Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The buffet table was- centered with a 4-ticrod wedding cake, decorated in the bride's colors, topped with Uillc and yellow trees. The cake was baked by the bride's mother, and decorated by Mrs Raj* Westling. Mrs Paul Olson, a friend of the bride poured. Mrs William Ringhouse of Keokuk, an aunt, served the punch. Mrs Louie Bahle and Mrs Howard Crum of Havana, 111. also aunts of the bride, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Gertrude Ackcrman of Burt had charge of the gucsl book. Mrs Wallace Hawcott ot Burt and Mrs Merlin Lockwood of Humboldt had charge of the gift table. Sharon Hoffmann of Renwick and Donna Bonnstetter, Corwith, served as waitresses. Mrs Lester Bonnstettcr of Corwith and Mrs Don Mitchell had charge of all floral arrangements. The reception committee included Mrs John Geesman, Mrs Dean Andrews. Mrs Otto Mc- Fariand. Mrs Fred Davis, Mrs Sumner Parsons, Mrs Stanley Black. Mrs Ray Westling. The bride is a graduate of Algona schools and is now employed as bookkeeper for the Bun telephone company and Burt Reminder. The bridegroom is a graduate of Burt schools and attended Iowa State College. He served two years as technician with the 34th General Hospital in the State and Germany, and is now employed at the Burt Co-Op Lumber Co. After a honeymoon to points West, they will make their home in. Burt. Out of town relatives attending were Mr William Hoffmann of Eagle Grove, grandfather of the bridegroom, and son Herbert, of the same place; Mr and Mrs Carl Werling of Rutland; Mr and Mrs Orval Hoffmann and family of Renwick; Mr and Mrs Lester Bonnstetter and Dona, Corwith; Mr and Mrs Henry Fries and Jayne, Mr and Mrs Merlin Lockwood' of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Earl Lockwood, Fort Dodge; Mrs C. L. Mack and Miss Pearl Lockwood, Hardy. Mr and Mrs Lovie Bahl, Mrs Howard Crum, Mrs Sheldon At- waier and Mrs Orley Welker of Havana, 111; and Mrs William Ringhouse of Keokuk. la. Friends present were from Algona, Bancroft. Titonka, Humboldt, Estherville, Fort Dodge and Hardy. Mr and Mrs Kent Shank of Centerville, Ind. spent from Sunday to Thursday with Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger last week. The men served together in the Army Band some 18 months while in Europe. NOTICE OF PROBATE Of WILL State- of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE -HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Merkle. Deceased, dated January ». 1946. havinfj been this dav. filed, opened and read. Monday the 1st day ot August. 1955, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Cleik ot said Court; and at ten o'clock am., of tin- day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cau&e, if 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 IS, I'j55 Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court McMahon &], Attorneys Algona. Iowa (Published July 21, 1K55 in The A! Sona ilowai Upper Dei Maine*) The swastika . tlonal flag of aetmiW in: 1688. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ASSESSOR ESTIMATE NOTICE — The County Conference Board of Kossuth Countv Iowa will meet August 2. 1955. at 2:00 p.m.. ,t Court House. Algona. Io-v d Taxpajert will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditure* 101 tin- fiscal year beginning January 1. IWA. L. J. Immerfall Clerk County Conference Board FUNDS County Assessor - 10.867 32.879 TOTALS -.13.771 ?0;887__._ 32.67?. _.3-t'.»30 200 BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS 3 * I" 1 ** V ™ -« « •2 I -v *• 3 a- llll "C ~ V » o 5 »* •o?-££ iiu* ?5j 3; Ml I1.8WJ GUK-ral .. - _ 37.200 Transportation Text Books and Supplies Old Age Surv.~Ins.™<Fcderal> Public Emps. Bet. iSlate)-.. School House Fuiid School House (Votcdi-.' 2.578 .'! i% Special Courses Fund ^ ._. 7.118 7.379 Total" All "Pm-poMi" .".'.17'. 47.297 ' S2.87I' Secretary's balance July'T." 1S55. ~" ~~ I. GENEUAL FUND _ 3. Less Balance Reserved -Net Unencumbered Balance (G F.J SCHOOL HOUSE *~UND SI'KC'JAL COUKSES FUND t. ,i-s 5. i-- §B.5« -5 = 5-^2 Scp 5?*t- «^^_J2=L^^ illif ill 5l^ _ 37 2fMJ 41 ft'Ml 5W 'UlT ~~ '.-",.,.,, -....-,.38.367 C4S 1!W "600 ' WO 3.7.W 7.SWJ ' 4'J,«55 IM I'M Wl Ml G.OW) «,'*'' SAL E I . • .. . . ;,.. f- -. f . "WHITE STAR" BALER TWINE CA BALE $E OU L6T O. BAIE BALE $C fin P ER LOT *O.UU BALE 1C BALE $ft OH PER 10 LOT *0.*U BALE ft BALE $C U D PER BALE 5 BALE $£ LOT U PER BALE 1 Bale . . . '6.75 BRADLEY BROS. South Hotel Algona Phone 714 whiteneu • Urigiuql wearing quali>!»» r*f ulU • Sovei Man on vy 9ry exfer/or pq/nf / 0 Jb OR CHOOSE FROM THESE OTHER MONEY-5AVER5 SWERMIX RECISTfRED HOUSE PAINT svmm "*" """"* n REGISTERED One-Coat Hous? Painl «9,Y«rogt for iur< 9 c»» in good condition, $669>« ^F ' 8«l. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Id and Pgt Cyllon OUR OWN HABDUIAHE wwm mm

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