The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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B-AlgOfia (Ifl.) Upper Des Meines Thursday, Sept. 1, 1955 NOW-IN OUR SHOWROOM-See The Latest In GAS BUILT-IN KITCHENS -s*' separate... \ ultra-convenient... colorful... r BUILT-IN COOKING UNITS bring a new look to the modern kitchen . . . Install at any height. Place them close together or at opposite ends of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an island. Specify four, six or any number of top burners you need. Install in wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other material. A wide variety of colors and finishes. Save miles of steps. Eye-level controls . . . easy to see without stooping. The very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." YOU'LL BE "YEARS AHEAD" WITH CALORIC BUILT-INS Whether you're building a new home or remodeling you'll want to see this built- in unit before you make any decisions. Available for both bottle and natural gas and with automatic or manual controls. PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGULAR GAS RANGE ! RAPID THERMOGAS CO. Phone 16-Algona So. Philips Sx. Two-Part Costume: the new yardstick for fashionl No denying it-fall measures its beauties in terms of how far they can go. Going everywhere, two young pieces made for each other but ready to live separate lives as well. Molded sheath of handsome Pitchblend rayon flannefc Jacket of imported Ridia plaid rayon with the attitude Of fine wool. Charcoal dress with charcoal brown, charcoal red Of charcoal blue plaid jacket. Sizes 10 to 20. 2995 d 3PIHn& | || rischill rise © IT es Palton-Lallier Nuptials Peggy Darlene, claughtov of Mr and Mrs W. E. Pattun of Whitte- rnoro, became the bride of Richard Raymond Lullier, son of Mrs Mary Lallier, Algnna. in a double ring ceremony performed by Ms«r. .P. P. Gi-aren at St. Cecilia's Catholic Church Saturday. Aug. 27, at 9 a.m. The bride, given in marriatr" l\v her father, wore a white gown <.f Chantilly lace over satin with a fitted bodice, high stand-up collar and long French sleeves. The full bouffant Chantilly lace skirt, featured an under-skirt of ruflled tulle which fell into a chapel length train. She carried red ro.=es and wore a finger-tip veil which fell from a cap of sequins and pearls. Her jewelry was pearls and earrings. The bride's maid of honor was Mary Lou Valentine, Algona, and Alice Patton, sister of the bride, Des Moines, served as brides- maJd. Best man was Marvin Lallier, brother of the bridegroom, Bob Mittag served as groomsman and Ed and Don Hammer were the ushers. Acolytes were John Hood and Joe Buscher. Josie McEvoy presided at the organ and Mrs Charles Benson, friend of the bride, was soloist. A wedding reception was held at 10 a.m. at the KC Hall east of Algona with 80 guests in attendance. Luella Lallier, sister of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Walt Fran/, sister of the bride, cut the cake, Ellen Lundh and Glendora Patton helped with the gifts and waitresses were Dianne Hoover, Rita Bonnstetter, Carrie Lensing anu Delores Hammer. The new Mrs Lallier graduated from Algona high school in 1952 and has been employed at the telephone office. The bridegroom is employed at Hopkins Supei Service. Following a wedding trip of a week to the Black Hills, the couple will live in the Cook apartments. Breakfast Surprise Mrs Ray Besch was honoree at a breakfast given as a surprise to her last week Wednesday morning. Those in attendance were Mrs Harold Roth, Mrs A. K. Shaw, Mrs Melvin Christensen, Mrs Harold Knecht, Mrs Leslie Muff, Mrs Melvin Sifert, Mrs Ralph Fan del and Mrs Jack Grandgennet. Mrs Besch was presented with a gift. Another breakfast was given by neighbors Friday morning and those in attendance were Mrs James Knudson, Mrs Robert Knudson, Mrs H. M. Knecht, Mrs Cecil Snyder and Mrs Wendell Feaster. This group also presented the honoree with a gift. Mrs Webster Hostess Mrs Merle Webster entertained at a party Wednesday evening and had as guests, Mrs Jack Booth, Mrs Ida Chism, Mrs Wilber Courtney, Mrs Russell Hutchins, Mrs Don Kajewski, Mrs John Kajewski, Mrs George Larson, Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs Ellen Marshall, Mrs Bert Muckey, Mr? Roger Phillips, and Mrs Glen Strayer. The evening was spent at Tripoli, high score prize going to Mrs Larson and low to Mrs Hutchins. Mrs Courtney won the chair prize. Honored At Showers Mrs Kenneth Lallier, Mrs Oswald Lallier and Mrs Arnold Lallier were hostesses Thursday, Aug. 11 at a shower for Peggy Patton. Relatives and friends were guests, and travel bingo was played. Peggy Patton was honored at a shower Tuesday, Aug. 16, and hostesses were Diane • Hoover. Mary Louise Valentine, 1'itn Bonnsletter and Mrs Kenneth L.amer. Other guests wen- Marla Oakland Beamish^ Maxine Gibson Clegg, Dolores Hammer, Darlene Stevenson, Luella Lallier. Belly Hammer, Ruth Grein, Kl- len Lundh and Jill Cdapsaddle. Bridesmaid Sept. 3 Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley plan to attend the wedding of Charlotte Joselyn and Kevin Nash at Fort Dodge, Saturday, Sepl. 3. The daughter Susan Kelley, will be a bridesmaid and stopped at P'ort Dodge Friday enroute from Omaha. Neb., where she had gone with her mother to meet, the son James. Phil Joselyn, brother of the bride-elect, is well known in golf circles here. | Susan will again be a student at the Iowa State college, Ames, and James will attend the Slate University. Iowa City. Mfs Muckey Hostess Mrs Lloyd Muckey entertained the members of her birthday club last week Tuesday afternoon. The birthday of Mrs Roy Bjuslrom WPS observed and other members of the club nre Mrs Anton Didriksen, Mrs W. J. Fuller, Mrs W. C. Irelan, Mrs John McGuire, Mrs Don Nelson. Mrs L. J. Reed and Mrs L. L. Riter. Farewell Courtesy Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske and Mr and Mrs Walter Bleich gave a farewell party Saturday evening for Mr and Mrs Russell Maxwell who are moving to California. Other guests were Mr and Mrs John Hayes, Mr and Mrs S. D. McDonald, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey. Five hundred was played and high score prizes were won by Mrs Muckey and Mi' Hayes. The honorees were presented with a gift. Birthday Honors Mrs Roy Bjustrom gave a party Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24 in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs Bessie Walker. Cues' \ wuie Mrs Kalp.'i Walker and Mr.- Harold Kuecker of Whittemore, Mrs Frank Mqulton and family, Mrs Ellen Bjustrom, Mrs Dot] Nelson and Mrs Lloyd Muckey. Mrs C. R. LaBarre and Mrs Murray Mowers entertained u> guests at a luncheon Friday honoring Mrs James Shroyer who is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller. Bridge was played and Mrs Fuller won the high score prize. Mrs Shroyer was given a guest prize. Mrs Burgeson Rites Wednesday Swea & Eagle—Mrs Roy Burgeson, 52, died Saturday evening, Aug. 27, after an illness of several months. She underwent surgery for a head tumor, which proved cancerous. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Burgeson home at 1:15 p.m. and the Swea City Baptist church at 2 p.m. with Rev. Kverett Heal officiating. Surviving are her husband, three sons and two daughters,. Marlin, Walter and Donald, and Evelyn and Dorothy. Brothers and sisters surviving are Neil Helmer of Dunnell, Minn., John and Herman Helmer of Estherville, and Robert Helmer of Hollandale, Minn., Anna Vigdal of Dolliver, Mrs Lawrence Nelson of Armstrong: Mrs Thomas Olson of Cherokee, and Mrs Cuyler Peterson of Estherville. Her father Robert Helmer, also survives. Pallbearers were Mike Enockson, Art Brandt. Earl Preston, Henry McGregor Jr., Virgil Payne and Roy Sanders. Burial was in Swea Twp. cemetery. Kay Isaacson On Chicago Program Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson attended the national convention of Professional Photographers at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago. Mrs Isaacson was on the program three days in the color clinic department. Mr Isaacson had three photos on exhibit and won 3 merits. They also entered 25 hand painted photographs in the invitational department. These pictures have been on display at the Home Federal building. p To Inspect School Buses, Sept. 8 All public school buses in the county will be checked on Thursday, Sept. 8 at the following sites: Swea City, Fenton, Algon^. and Titonka. This is a yearly inspection of all public school buses for safety and to be SUIT that the buses are equipcd and maintained according to the standards set up by the State Law and the Department of Public Instruction. Back To College with Trailer House Bridge Party Mrs Russell Cook entertained the members of her bridge club at her trailer home at Spirit Lake Wednesday afternoon. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF CLEARING, GRUBBING AND DISPOSAL OF TREES AND CLEANOUT OF OPEN DRAINAGE DITCH. Scaled bids will be received until 10:00 o'clock A.M., September in, 1955, at the Kos.suIh County Court House, Algona. Iowa, at which time and place, tin? Boards of Supervisors of Emmet, Palo Alto and Kossuth Counties acting for and In behalf of Drainage; District E. P. A. K. No. J (or Drain Tri 81) will meet for the purpose of letting a contract for the clearing grubbing and disposal of approximately mi trees, brush and debris from the ditch channel and the clearing and disposal of approximately 1933 trees, brush and debris from the ditch banks and the removal of approximately 2225 cu. yds. of dirt and silt from the open ditch channel. The commencement date is October I, 1!)55 and completion date is December 1. 1!)55. Bids will be received on the entire work and each bidder will be re- quirud to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or his older at 4iis office in an amount equal to 10'« of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids, specifications, bidding blanks and other information may be obtained at the office of the County Drainage Clerk. Algona. Iowa, or contact Collins, Thompson and Willis. Algona. Iowa. Engineers in charge of the project. BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS .OF EMMET. PALO ALTO AND KOSSUTH COUNTIES. IOWA. By C. S. Pearson. Kossuth County Drainage Clerk (Published Sept. 1 and Sept. 8. 1955, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moin- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Stale of Iowa 6S. In District Court Kossuth County No 6H69 April Term. 1955 TO .A i.i. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an ni'ltrumenl of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Splitt. Deceased, dated January 11. 1»51. having been this day fil-'d. opened and read. Monday the 12lh day uf September. 1H55. is lixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algun.i. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said f'ouit: and at ten o'clock AM., of the clav above mentltoned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should aut be piubati. J and allowed as and lor !'!'• said dvi D.iied Streamlite Samsonite Itrtamlif* Somionff*'* modtrn tcp»r»d »hop» (nokti for compact packing, •aiy traveling. Holds mart, fill In muck ItM Ladles' Pirsoflil O'Nite, AH prtc*i p'ui fo4 fxcfvsfv* Sfrtamfif* Samtonit* Advantage*/ I, Unique tongue-In-groove construction guards your things against dust and dampness! PW 3. Six better-than-leather finishes resist ~^~ icuffs and stains —shine like n»w with a swish of a clothl 9, Holds more clothes in lew space-* wrinkle-freel 4. Modern, non-tarnishing brass lock*! l:t*t Will and TL-.stam.-nt of iiied- t Algona. Iowa. August 30. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court L W Niu-hals. Attorney Algona. Iowa (Published Sept. 1. 1955. in The Algonu (lowaj Upper DCS Moine*) Streamlit* iamwaft* «Q»»I i« IADDLE TAN • ADMIRAL BLUE » BERMUDA GREEN • ALLIGATOI NNISH • COLORADO BROWN » RAWHIDE FINISH UEUTH LIAMS This inspection is called up by the State Department of Publii. Instruction, with cooperation of the County Superintendent's Office. New C. C. Employee Marilyn Peterson is the new office secretary at the Algona Chamber of Commerce. She replaces Mrs Maxine Lashbrook, who has moved to Emmetsburg where her husband is employed, the distinctively different NEW PATTERN in silhouette, in proportions .,. the perfect blending of modern and traditional t At a Saving of 54-Pieee Service for 8 TOTAL VALUE.. . $113 Special Price 75 No Fed. Tax feti-Tmish Drawu Chest IKCLUOEO 'S JEWELRY READ THE WANT AJDS—IT PAYS bigbarginsforyou! CORN-PEAS-BEANS Cream Style or Whole Kernel (303 Cans) Medium Site (303 Cans) Garden Green (303 Cans) Cans for $1 MA BROWN STRAWBERRY 12-OZ. JARS PRESERVES.. 4for$1 HART BRAND FULL QUART DILL PICKLES lie CERTAINTY 5 LBS. WHITE FLOUR flc HOME-DRESSED 2 t/ j IB. AV. FRY CHICKENS Lb. 49c MORRELL SKINLESS FRANKS ... 3 Lbs. $1 LOIN END PORK ROASTS Ib. 29c OLD STYLE LAGER BEER 6-Pack 98c We're Full of Bargains This Week-End! East End Grocery KUMONIN Land Auction! 118-Acre Farm Adjoining Titonka, Iowa on the East Saturday, Sept 3 Beginning At 2 P.M. On The Farm Good Buildings as Follows: Modern 8 room house and bath Hollow block silo-32x!2 feet Good Barn, 32x48 Hog House, 20x32 Corn Crib - 26x30 feet Chicken house — 32x18 Garage and Machine shed combined 28x18 Granary 14x16 Pump house 12x14 Very good well—hydrants in all buildings Farm well fenced with woven wire A new ditch has been dug this summer (nc ditch taxes). 100 acres under plow now, balance may be if so desired. Corn and Beans show well in spite of dry weather. The ditch divides this farm in two pieces so I am putting up what is north of ditch approximately 80 acres, no buildings. Then I will put up the balance, approximately 38 acres together with the buildings. I will not declare either part sold until you all have a chance to bid on the entire farm by the acre. Which ever way it brings the most will be the way it will be sold. Reason for selling farm: I have purchased a farm near Albert tea, Minn., and am moving there. Terms: $1500 down on either part or $3000 on entire farm day of sale. Balance to be paid on or before January 1, 1956 when abstract, deed and possession will be given. Irene & Virgil Miller Owners COLWELL BRO S., Auctioneers

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