The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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Around Mr and Mrs N. A. Best and sons, John and Jim spent thn weekend in their trailer at Lake Okobo.ji. Mr and Mrs C. A. Rochleau and daughter, Mary Lee spert't last week vacationing at Woman's Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Bob Laing, and Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and Rod and Tom left Sunday for a week's vacation at Alexandria, Minn. — o — The Women of The Moose are having a formal meeting this evening, (Thursday) at the lodge hali. There will be initiation of new members. —o— Beverly Johnson, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Cliff Johnson is spending this week at Corwith visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Edward Stoll. The East Fork chapter of the Izaak Walton League meets this evening, (Thursday) at 8 o'clock at the National Guard Armory. There will be a movie and lunch. Mr and Mrs Bob Winter became the parents of a 8 Ib. 7 oz. girl born Friday .'mprning at St. Ann hospital. '. The Winters also have two other 'daughters and a son. : / Recent Army Enlistees The three Kossuth County men pictured above enlisted recently at the Mason City Army Recruiting Office. They are, left to right, Gary E. Green, Wesley, Maynard J. Dearchs and Marvin E. Simpson, both of Algona. Green entered the corps of engineers, the other two the 3rd Armored Division. All three will receive their basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. (Cut courtesy of Mason City Globe-Gazette) Mrs H. EAamprighl and Mrs John Foth "ttended the State convention of the American Legion Auxiliary in/ Des.Moines from Wednesday through Friday of last week. Mr and Mrs Milo Renlz, Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner, Mrs Marjorie Apple and children and Kermit Forbes left Saturday for Woman's Lake, Minn., where they are vacationing in the Earl Miller cottage. —o— Mrs Goldie Guderinn had as her guests for a few days this week, her brother and sister-in- law, Mr arid Mrs R. R. Furness of Albany, N. Y. Mr Furness has been in the navy for fourteen years. ' —o— Mr and Mrs Emil Lovstad and three daughters spent Thursday and Friday of last week at Lake Mr Lovstad was on Okobpji. vacation Cleaners. from Modern Dry Charlotte Ann, daughter of Mr and'. Mrs Jerry McVay was six last ^Thursday and her mother gave^ a birthday party for her. Guests were Sandra and Jennie Minard, Mary Ann and Jean .. Siesbee .and .X4nda ?am| g -.1 '" ••* • £.po—•~T""- Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips had as their guest last week, the former's sister, Clara Phillips of Grinnell. She returned home Saturday with Mr Van McCleery, an old friend of Mr Phillips who spent the day here. The Phillips' son, John, is spending a month at Corning with aunt, Miss SaDy Turner. his Mrs Esther Helberg and Mr and Mrs Lee Schenk 'are on a few days vacation trjp to Colorado. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy and Robert, Cindy' and Steven expect to leave Friday for a two week vacation at Grand Rapids, Minn. They will have as their guests, Mrs Hardy's sister, Mrs Elizabeth Whitson and daughter, Barbara of Minneapolis. —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Rienders and family spent Sunday at Orange City with Mrs Reinder's brother-in-law and sister, Mr ana Mrs Bob DeHaan. The Reinders daughter, Rosemary, returned home with them after spending a week in Orange' City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Rar.ey are expected to arrive here Sunday from their home in Chicago. With Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie they plan to go to Spirit Lake for a week's vacation and then return to Algona for a longer visit with other friends and relatives. Mrs Dutch Winegar of Cedar "Rapids and Mrs Bob Selzer and daughter, Sharon of Ames spent Tuesday and Wednesday here with their sisters, Mrs Milton Will and Mrs Harold Van Allen. The women are all daughters of the late Mr and Mrs Sidney Wallburg. Stanley Muckey and daughter, Nancy went to Shakopee, Minn, on Sunday to bring another daughter, Jo Ann and Diane Markla home aftei' a week's visit with Jo Ann's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jr. A. Blinkmari. Diane is -the* Marlpa i —0— Mrs Sam Medin arrived Sunday to spend this week with her son, Kenneth and family and other relatives. The Me-Jins live in the Medin-Bleich cottage on Woman's Lake, Minn. Mr; Medin reports that there was a bad wind storm there last week, blowing down about 20 trees sit their cottago. SPECIAL! 6 Pack Cans . $1.03 6 Pack Throaway Btls. 1.01 6 Pack 16 oz. Cans l.i!6 Full Case Reg. Btls. plus dep. 3.72 Full Case Cans 4.11 Full Case 16 oz. Cans 5.00 Full Case Throaway Btls. '._ 4.06 OTHER BRANDS LOWER PRICES BEVERAGE HEADQUARTERS Barry's Recreation Check on Our Two $25.00 Social Security Jackpots Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee were in West Bend Sunday attending funeral services for Mrs Sigsbee's cousin, Melvin Bruellman, 14, of Ottosen. The boy passed away Thursday following a heart attack while-swimming at Spirit Lake. He was the brother ci Elaine Bruellman, employed by Post Transfer here. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Cities- pie and Mr and Mrs Verle Elmore went to Fort Dodge Wednesday to attend funeral services for Mrs Tom Gillespie who passed away Monday following a long illness. Tom Gillespie is a former Algonan and a brother of the local Lawrence and W. -W. Gillespie. —o— Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller and family left Friday for a vacation at Summer's Pine Point at Park Rapids, 1 Minn. Mr Waller and daughter, Pamela returned here Monday for a few days. Pamela is staying with her grandmother, Mrs Clara Pratt, until the weekend when she will go to Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji. —0— Plans are being made for a Girl Scout Leader training course to be held early in September under the direction of Mrs Helen Mikes and Mrs N. J. Kelley. The training will be for both new and experienced leaders. Anyone wishing to volunteer as a Girl Scout leader should contact either Mrs John Hopkins or Mrs Harlan Sigsbee. —o— Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson and family have vacated their home on Grove street and are. vacation- ighter of Mr and-Mrs-RalphXi n |,-, a K c i? ar Lj ke , for a couple o: '• • ""^ "weeks after which they will live with Mr Johnson's parents, A£: and Mrs Ed. Johnson until then new basement house is completed. Their former home has been purchased by Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove who moved in over the weekend. ' —o— Dick Phillips is rerovering nicely from a heart attack at his home but he will have to remain bedfast for several more weeks. Recent out-of-town callers have been Pole Ross of Buckingham, Iowa; Mr nnd Mrs Claire Mosher of Clear Lake; Wilbur Adams of Omaha and Mr and Mrs M. E. McClain and daughter, Judy of Fremont, Neb. Mr McClain is associated with Centrai States Theaters, the local Algona being one of the chain. The Mc- Clains are spending this month vacationing at Clear Lake. 'Society Notes Honor Miss Oakland Women of the evening circle of the First Lutheran church gave a shower Tuesday the basement for Maria Oakland, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland whose engagement and approaching marriage to Jerry Beamish, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish has been announced. Forty-eight guests were present and the bride-elect was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs Oakland and Mrs Beamish. A color scheme of blue nnd white was used in the decorations. The entertainment consisted of a couple of skits, the first portraying "The Newly-weds", by Ariita Hnase and Charlotte Clark, The second was "Reminesences of a Bridegroom" by Bea Holl, Lenne Presthus, Darlene Claude, Lucille Olson, Caroline Frederick, Delores .Erickson, Darlene Egli, and Tillie Thompson. Coffee Party Honors Mrs Hilda Gronwall gave a coffee Wednesday for Mrs Christine Spongberg of Minneapolis, Minn, and her sister Kerstine Lauritson, of Denmark, before the women left Blue Earth, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Fred Bartholomew. Guests were Mrs Julius Peterson, Mrs I. W. Nelson, Mrs Sigrid Lunch, Mrs Oliver Bakken, Mrs George Miller and Mrs Ed Johnson. • • . . At Blue Earth the women, visited Mr and Mrs 'Chris Knuclsen. From there they wr-nt to Minneapolis where Mrs Spongberg makes her home with her son, Carl and his wife. Mrs Lauritson took a plane from Minneapolis to New York City, thence home by liner to Denmark. Plum Creek Women The Plum Creek Women's Club will meet Wednesday afternoon, August 10, at the Community room. Hostesses will be Ethel Johnson and Violet Davis. Roll call will be answered by "My Hobbies." Women are requested to bring their hobbies for exhibit. Mrs Eva Willie will be guest speaker. At Fairmont Wedding .. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker and the letter's mother, Mrs Hose Kraft of Lone Rock attended the wedding Sunday of Carol Burgess and Elwin Borchardt in the Lutheran church at"Fairmont The bridegroom is a cousin of Mrs Walker. . ""•, Dorcas Society The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church meets Thursday, Aug. 4, for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. Hostesses will be'Mrs Oliver Matson, Mrs Hilda Gronwall, Mrs Keith Rowley and Mrs Robert Clark. Cab Co. Here In Bankruptcy A petition in bankruptcy was filed by Dale Cline and Blanc-he Cline, co-partners, doing bu.sino.sK under the name of Algona Cab Company and Bus Depot in Algona, July 27, in the U.S. district court at Fort Dodge. A hearing has been set for Aug. 12, 1955, at 2 p.m. by John H. Mitchell, Fort Dodge, referee in bankruptcy, in the Federal building courtroom. The Algona Cab Company had been operated from a location on West State St. which was also used as a bus depot. Message for Mothers: WALK A FLIGHT AND SAVE ON ALL CHILDREN'S WEAR That's rightl 10% is deducted from your total bill when you buy at Fowlers Childrens Store. Think of the Saying when you tog them out for school 1 CHILDREN'S STORE . ecelia's Catholiq church for Kevin Richard, son o? Mr and Mrs H. Hensley, Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Sponsors were Mrs Henry Geilenfeld and Glen Kaiser of Rolfe. Mrs Clevo Barton attended a shower Tuesday evening at the Doun church for Rose Yegge whose engagement and approaching marriage to Vaughn Hoover has been_ announr-od. Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 8 o'clock in Moose hall. Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Wednesday night, .Aug. 10, at 8 o'clock in Moose hall ORDINANCE NO. U9 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1 OF CHAPTER IX OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ALGONA AUTHORIZING USE OR SALE OF TOY PISTOLS AND CAPS FOR USE . IN SAME BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section 1. That Ordinance No. 1 of Chapter IX of the Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa be and the same Is hereby amended by adding thereto after the last work of Section 2 thereof the following: "Section 3. Nothing in this ordinance shall be construed to prohibit use, sale, offering for sale or keeping for sale within the city limits of the City of Algona, Iowa, any cap pistols, toy revolvers or caps for use in same." Section 2. Ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 3. This Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its publication and passage as provided by law Adopted and Passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 28th day of July, 1955. Ivy D. Scuffham . , City Clerk _ Approved by me this 28th day of July, Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor AUTHENTICATION The above Ordinance No. 369 is hereby duly authenticated this 28th day of July, 1955. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Ivy D. Scuffham (SEAL) Cit " ° erk Published in the Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, August 2, RESOLUTION ORDERING CONSTRUCTION OF SEWER IMPROVEMENTS cS&SL^]^V2kS8Z IOWA:, Whereas, a Resolution of. Necessity was duly adopted on the 23rd day ol June, 1055. for the construction of certain sanitary sewer Improvements In Sewer Sub-District No. 12 fli the Clly or Algona, Iowa: NOW. THEREFORE, BK IT RESOLV- § ,!,! m malio » ol this Council, without petition of property owners, that said Improvements are hereby ordered to be constructed; that the extent of the work and the kind ol materials to be considered shall be us set out hi said Resolution of Necessity; that said improvement shall be completed by the 15th day of November, 1955; that on completion of the Improvement according to the plans, specifications and contract, the City Council will accept the same and levy special assessments according to law and will issue and sell special assessment bonds, and use the proceeds derived .from said sales to pay the cost of said fmprovement; the deficiency between the amount which may be specially NOTICE! See Our Large Advertisement Elsewhere in This Paper on Our Special Offer: Automatic Gas Incinerator Installed AT OUR COS! (With purchase of Gas Home Heating Equipment Made by August 15th) To the List of Local Dealers Handling This Special Deal, We Wish to Add: THOMAS Skelgas Service State Ph. SWARTZ Algona Hardware BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES nrwssed ngnlnst benefited properties nnd the cost of the improvement sligll be paid for from the general fund, (lie Improvement fund nncl/or the proceeds derived from the Issuance (ind snlc of nny certificates or bonds which mny be lo gully Issued lo pay for snld Irmprovemenls. BE IT FUTtTHEH RESOLVED, that the City Clerk Is hereby directed lo advertise for bids for the construction of snld sewer Improvements, bids to be received by the City Council up lo 7:30 o'clock P.M. on the 18th dny of August, 1855, nnd to be opened by 215 E. State Ph. 778 North Central Public Service Go. Your Gas Company ENTION Horse & Colt Owners LET'S HAVE A BIG TURNOUT ! ENTRY RULES For Kossuth Co. Fair Aug. 17-20 1. Classes 1 through 6 to be shown in halter. 2. All animals to be eligible for competition must be owned by an exhibitor residing in Kossuth County. 3. A suckling colt shall be born in 1955. 4. A yearling colt shall be born January 1 through December 31, 1954. 5. A pony must be under 48 inches. 6. General rules and regulations in premium list shall apply to this department. 7. An exhibitor can show an entry only in one of the classes, 8 through 12, but any tjuch entry may be shown in any other class where qualified. 8. Stalls may be reserved for colts and niares with colt if exhibited during entire fair. Fee for stalls will be $2.00. 9. Other entries to be brought in on day of judging and tied out-of-doors. 10. Entries close Friday, Aug. 12, at 5 p.m. CLASS 1. Suckling Colt—Pleasure $7 $5 $3 2. Suckling Colt—Pony . 7 5 3 3. Yearling Colt—Pleasure 753 4. Yearling Colt—Pony . 753 5. Mare with colt in halter, Pleasure 7 5 3 6. Mare with colt in halter. Pony 753 7. Matched pairs—Pleasure 753 8. Palamino. under saddle 7 7 5 3 9. Western Pleasure, under saddle 7 5 3 10. Slock horse, under saddle 753 11. Pony, under saddle .... 753 12. English Pleasure with English Equipment -.7 5 3 13. Single Driving Horse, cart or buggy 7 5 3 14. Single Driving Pony under 48 inches 753 Cart or buggy JUDGING FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:00 FOUQWID BY SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY THE SADDLE CLUBS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. Thursday, August A, 1955 Algona (lo.) Upper D«$ Mo}nes~3 the Council nl thnt time. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Council hold n public lu-nrinR on the matter of the adoption of fropos- ecl plans, specifications nnd form of contract for the making of snld Improvements, which documents nre now on file in the office of DIP Clly Clerk, said henring to be held in the Council Chambers in the City Hall In Algona, lown, nt 7:30 o'clock P.M. on the 18th day of August, 1955, nnd thnl the City Clerk give notice of said hnnring by publication of notice once in a local newspaper nt lenst ten days prior to the dale fixed therefor. 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