The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1955
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6-Algona (ta) Upp*r 5*1 Maine* Thursday, Sept. 8,195$ Recent Bridal Couple, Fenton Above are Mr and Mrs Orville Kressin who were married Sunday evening, .August 14, in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. The double ring ceremony was performed bv the bride's father, Rev. W. H. "Fricdrich. The couple will make their home near Lone Rock where the groom will farm. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Seneca F-B Unit Will Meet, Elect September 14 Seneca—The Seneca Township Farm Bureau Women will hold their organization tea at the Claude Johnson home Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 14 at 2 o'clock. The special feature of the program will be a talk on Safety in the Farm Home. There will also be election of officers. All women in the townships are welcome to attend this meeting regardless of whether the family has a farm bureau membership or not. Club Picnic Held The Seneca Thursday Club held their annual club picnic at Hands Park last Sunday. Enjoying the get-together were Mr and Mrs Glen Cage, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause and family, Mr and Mrs Sig Loge and children, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and family, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Kracht and family, Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Wienberger and Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Dorothy and Alyce. Mr and Mrs Sigurd Loge, Gary. Craig and Stephen accompanied by Mr and Mrs Olaf Hauland and family of Frost, Minn, spent a week ago Friday ut Minneapolis where they went sightseeing. Visitors in the Seneca area Wednesday afternoon included Mr and Mrs Lloyd Osborn of Money Creek, Minn. Lloyd will be a junior at Winono State Teachers College this fall. He is studying for the ministry and during the past two years has acted as supply pastor at Money Creek, where they make their home. They have one small daughter. Senecans will be interested in learning of the marriage of Doris Osborn of Stewartville, Minn, and Gordon Dux, also of Stewart ville, which was solemnized Aug. 7 at the Money Creek Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler accompanied by Mr and Mrs Charles North of Cylinder, attended the State Fair" at Des Moiiies over the Labor Day weekend. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilbi-rg and family, Mr and Mrs John J<'hnnnt'>:.-n and Ronnie and Mr und Mrs Henry Looft and David Uulhi-red at the Morris Julum- ncM-n Koine near Swt-u City, Fii- (Uiy evi-ning, and surprised Miv Muni.- J'lhannestn, it being hei' birthday anniver.-ary. Mrs Tt-d Jensen and rinklivn, who havi- bi-t-n viMiinjj with KIT relatives ut Canton. Oiiio, arriv- cd honn- Monday. Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn returned hoiiiL- early last wfi-l; after having been on a vacation trip. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF CLEARING, GRUBBING AND DISPOSAL OF TREES AND CLEANOUT OF OPEN DRAINAGE DITCH. Sealed bias will be receis'ed until 10 00 o'clock A.M.. September IU. IMSfi. ;it the Kossuth County Court "House, Algona, Iowa, at which time aufl place. the Board* of Supei visors ol Emmet Palo Alto and Koss^th Counties art- mg lor and in behall of Drainage I).strict E. P. A. K No. 1 lor Drain TM b4i will meet lor the purpose oi letting a contract fur the cleanr.g £iufohin|? and disposal ol appi oxnnatf- ly 2-il trees, brush and debt is lioni the ditc-h channel and the clearing and di.spo.sal ol approximately 1U33 trees. brush and debris from the ditch banks and the removal of approxiniatelv 2225 cu. ydi of dilt and silt from the open ditcti channel. The commencement date is" October 1. 1955 and completion date is Otcum- ber 1. J955 Bids will be received on the entire work and each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid a cei- tified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to tne Auditor of Kossuth County or his order at .his 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 irjormation mas be obtained at the ollice of the County Drainage . Algeria. Iowa or contact Colliu*. and Willis Algeria Iowa, in charge o) the project BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS OF EMMET PALO ALTO AND KOSSUTH COUNTIES. IOWA By C. S Pearson, IfoWUth County Drainage Clerk (Published Sept. I and Sept 8. 1956 tn Ttut Algona ilowai Upper Dts Mom «D I ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR... Hell Tell You NaturalJGas Is the Cleanest, Most Economical Fuel Available! Yes, folks, hundreds of your neighbors right here in Algona have converted to natural gas in their homes during the past 12 months. Just a half dozen of them add their praise to this wonderful method of heating and cooking on this page — many, many more echo their thoughts. Read what your friends and neighbors have to say about gas — there is no better testimonial than theirs. Now — before the rush season — contact us or your heating deal- er about converting for the coming winter months. You'll love gas — it's clean — it's economical — it's steady! Don't go through another heating season without gas heat. "... and we can't get over how clean it is!" "Tunney Huenhold Says: "From October I until March 25, almost an entire heating season, we heated our large hrick home for $111.92. We're happy over the savings we've made with gas—both in our home and in our greenhouses. And we can't get over how clean it is, either." HOME OF ALWIN "TUNNEY" HUENHOLD 534 North Phillips Street ".,. I'd leave town if gas was taken away." Clark Godden Says: "We've been converted to gas since October, 1951. We use it bolh for heating our home and cooking. During the past five winter months, (November lOfi-t (o March, 1955) our average yas bill has been $17.78. I'd leave town if gas was taken awav from mo." HOME OF CLARK GODDEN 613 South Harlan Street and it's cleaner, loo!" Fred (ironbach Says: "Here are figures to tell why were's happy with natural gas heat. From October 28 until .March 28, our total gas bill for cooking and heating was $82.65. That's considerably less than $100 for nearly an entire heating season. And it's far cleaner, too." HOME OF FRED (JRONRACH 1313 East Oak Street "We are well satisfied with natural gas..." Anton Didriksen Says: "My savings on gas during the last heating season has been about $65. My gas heating bill during the six months from November to May was $110.63. We are well satis- field with gas heat, both in cleanliness and cost." HOME OF ANTON DIDRIKSEN 522 South Jones Street "I'm sold on natural gas...!" "Vic" Frideres Says: "Sure, I'm sold on Natural Gas. My bill for heating the house, water heater and cooking last month was only $19.10. That's a big savings from our former bill." HOME OF VICTOR FRIDERKS 621 East Elm Street, Ahjona . it's gas for us from now on!" Alfred Schult/. Says: "I like gas and here's why. In the month of February alone, we SAVED $167.50 from a year ago by heating our garage and oil station with natural gas. The cost for our home, cooking and heating, was only $13.60 and since Sept. 22, our entire home bill has been only $59.79. It's gas for us from now on." **•.. RL HVES HOME OF ALFRED SCHULTZ South Phillips Street North Central Public Service Company PHONE 1412 NATURAL OAS APPLIANCES ALOONA

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