The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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Bruellman-Wichtendahl Nuptials At Whittemore Whiitemore — St. Paul's Lu- 1 lu-ran church was th:- setting HI ;i beautiful wedding Salunlav evening, Sept. 10. when Ehiim Bruellmnn. daughter of Mr anr: Mr? George Bruellman of Ottoscn. and Bernard Wichtcndahl. son ol Mr and Mrs George Wiohtendahl of West Bend, were united in holy wedlock. Rev. Paul G. WoinhoJd performed the double ring ceremony before an audience which filled the church to capac jty. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attractive in a white satm gown with sequin trimmed net overskirt, ;md fitted bodice with long sleeves ol C'haniilly lace. Her fingertip veil of illusion lace was held in place with a head piece adorned with seeded pearls. Her jewelry was a strand of pearls. She carried a bouquet ot red roses on a white Bible. Selma Wichtcndahl, sister of the bridegroom. was bridesmaid. Frances Failo of Fort Dodge was matron of honor. Emugene Wichtendahl, sister of the bridegroom, was candlelighter. Henry Wichtendahl. brother of the bridegroom, acted as grooms- Two Weekend Fires - LuVerne LuVerne—The LuVerne Fin- Department answered two fire calls, one Friday and one Saturday shortly afternoon. Corn was being shelled Friday at Peter Blumer farm and Saturday at LeRoy Hanselman farm. Husks 1'rom corn ignited and the buildings nearby were in danger because of the strong wind. Polio shots were given at 0 a.m. school series before vaca- Sept. 0, at the LuVerm by Dr. Jack Harris. Tin of shots were started school recessed for sum me tion. The LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Church will hold Sunday school at 10 a.m.; Morn ins worship at 11 a.m.; and evening service at 7:30 p.m. Bible study at the Church will be Wednesday at 8 p.m. Monthly meeting of the Youth Fellowship will be Thursday, 3 p.m. A/1C Rihcard Thomas of Rapid City. S. D., is enjoying a 25 day furlough in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas and other relatives. 2nd Lieut, and Mrs Dean Kamus of Wintorhaven. Flu., visited their parents, Mr and Mrs John A Ramus and Mr and Mrs Hurry Fleming, Corwith the past week. They left Monday morning for a new assignment at Lore-do, Tex. Miss Gunda Eyertson of Arm:.* is spending some time in the home of her sister, Mrs Emma Nelson. Mr and Mrs Norman Oberhel- men and children of ' Remvick visited Saturday evening in the home of his sister. Mr and Mrs Robert Will and sons. Mr and Mrs Bonnie Ellifi-it/. sons Gary rind Danny, attended the wedding of Palricia Porter, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Porter. Sept. 11. in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly entertained guests for dinner" Sunday honoring their .son, Keith, who has enrolled at Iowa State College. Ames. Guests included ins grandparents. Mr and Mrs Hi ru y Kubly. his maternal inolher. Mrs Alice Anderson. Roberts Rest Home, Algona, and hi.- um-le and aunt. Mr and Mrs (.). Anderson. Larry, Bobby and Micky ot Corwflh. Word was received Saturday bv ri-lativc.-. here ol' the birth ol a daughter to Mr and Mrs Kmv-u Raney. Dorothy Mane Raney. v.'eiidnni; seven pound.-, and six ounce.- \\ a* born. Sept. ti. in Grundy C:.-nln Memorial h,,.-- pital. Sin is their first r Fure-t Raney is the son of -ite Mr and Mr.- W. H. R >! I.u Verne. Mi and Mrs Rolan 11 •'-• p '! eiit- (if ;i >,,(] i), 'n I •''''• i'ei ,iii i.ii- \,i\ ;,;. [• ^ ei.ijl t t ;mii p.iund.- !>avui N,, : .,;;,n They I'lhei > M.I,-., \v,u !vii. I.i-ii/ a: i rn Sept. ! n i DoiUc mid nan i i'.ave lh: n James an.I man, and Jamfs Harms was the best man. Reuben But/ke, organist, played the nuptial music and accompanied Gilbert Berninghaus, \\li.i sang. A wedding dinner was served it Van's Cafe and a reception was held at the bride's hum'.; tor iOO guests. Mrs Leonard Frost had charge of the guest book at the church, and Mrs Gordon Jensen was in charge at the home. Mrs Donald Bruellman cut the cake. Buffet servers were Emogeno Wichtendahl. Mauritta Zaugg. Mary Ann Berte, Beverly Gerber and' Betty Dau. The newlyweds left on a wedding trip for two weeks to Norman. Okln. and on their return. Sept. 2(5, they will livv in Algona. The bridegroom attended the Lutheran parochial school and graduated from Whittemore high school and is employed with Cletus Elbert in Algona as a well driller. The bride attended Ottosen school and graduated from the high school there. She is employed as bookkeeper with tin- Post Transfer in Algona. Paul. Mrs Lyle Anderson, Omaha. Neb., niece of Mrs Len/-. is hare assisting in the Len/. home. Otto Ristau. Easi End. Sask.. Canada, (irrived Sept. 5 to visit in the homes of his sisters. Mrs Charles Hanselman, Sr.. Mrs Elsie Sic-ussy and brother. William Mr and Mrs William Shoenroek and family and Dorrance Thomas of St. Paul, Minn., visited their parents. Mr and Mrs Bert Thoma..; over the weekend. Bert Thomas, sons. Donald Thomas and A/1C Richard Thomas left Sept. m, for a week's fishing at North Thome, Minn. Mrs James Phillips has returned to her home in Los Angeles, Calif. She was called home July H). by the sudden death of her fathci, Mr John A. Nelson. Mesrlanie:- Harry Nalf/.iger, George Johnson. K~ C. Marly,' William Marty. Paul Blumer, Fred Merklc, J. Paul Stevens, Albert Hefii, Ella Woilo. Ursa':; Frant/. Henry Kubly, Bernard Wolf and Andrew Marty were guests Thursday of the Woman's Society of' World Sei vice ol the First Evangelical United Brethren Church in F<at Dodge. Other guests were the ladies of the .society from the Ijoxhoim and Pai"f] i'h u relies. The Comrade Sunday School class of the Evangelical United Brethren church and their fanr- li:.-s met. al Die church room.s Friday- evening for a pot-luck picnic supper. The rest of Die evening was spent enjoying games in charge of Miss Esther Alerkle, Mrs Albert Hefli. Mr and Mis Jack Hefty. Mr M. L. Barton has arrived home I'niin LtitlK-r.m hospital. Ft. Dodge, where he a medical and surgical patient since Julv ;j. i Mrs. Theresa Assing is at the Barton home a.-.-isting with his care. Hi.- dauni'.tc r, Mrs Lawrence Mm-champ ol Minneapolis, -•pent the we'-kend with him. Krislme and Robert Allen Es- pelaiui oi Fort Dodge came Sunday tor a lew day.- at the lion:-, ol their maleina) grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimlr-r. Then Mrs Morris Espeland. en- •rcy ho.-pitai, 1' oi't Dodge, for observation. Jean T.uchvig. Veronica Klein. Lucy, .losrpli M. -V .tulius Frrstl. Louis ' Liekteig, .Juno Adol Knn; GopKmid, Wilbur K. Hjmstrret. August F. ,t Ifa7.fl Snider. C. K. Krirnml, Mjrtlui et al. Eleanor lining. Hfiimnn & Emma At. Wi^o. 1 co !•, W.itfnf-r. Hrniian J. 8t Minnie Mudrr. M A. A rndorfr-r. Win. Klein. 1.oi I. I.uihvig. \UMIUIU! Reckpv, .lolin M Binning '-I -il. (.'ail H. HOM-. Bcrtlia Slidel. W ,1 Fiiniinl. •|-|u-ion f Man sn.. .I.Mnes 1.. Ail.uu.-, .1 r , Eclilli liud- l.Hii'. <;,,,. I), i-v Kninia H. H.niU'i j.'. H.nold V. iV Kay We:-tei man. K II. V,'i .-.vis. Si Joseph Roman Catholic '"lunch in WeMey. M,i!)e| (;. Her.j i nun. Trustee. Evelyn M. Fi rstl. & I'.ennie Kden. Grace- Kntib.i el al. Thekia M KiM-nliacki-r, '1'lieiesia K., I...ins \-. Mildpaifl Cioct/, Geilrudc' HIM lei-. Stella lUuiptman. Echfh >t Ha/el HmllnnK. Johanna Hanson <•! al. Esther V. Sknu', Jennie K. Girtnn. Jurgnn C". Ski.v,. rh.'.iles A. Gollnei. Beinanl ,7. Si-lnviHh. .Inscph Ki icps. Mamie* Hail ty. Illnnehc- A. Gray. Hichaul P. & Holmes C. Matlson. Charles I.. F roe- hrh. Melil> ,V :vlamie Hailey. l.dltie J. Kain. Vincent Elsenbarhel. Llldlou 1 Hum B Me) nil. Viiu-enl Eisonhai-lv Andrrv (J & Kslher Heisnu: and len Yoin.(4'.' n lh. uwnci.i ul' th« real est.ilf lie! final tov described. 'I'n The federal Land I'.ank nl Omaha, 'I'ho Prudential Insuiuncr Cnmpany nl Ainenea. I'.nnkeis "lair r,ini|)any. Melmpolitan l.ile Tnsin.inrt Cr)ni|ian\ and I'hoeniK Mutual tale Inv.iranri' ('<imp.'iny. licnbnldei s and inrnml'i ani.-eis nl portions ol the lea) esla'e heieinrifter dr-seritied. To II. M. Smith. Kossuth HiKlm ay F.nRiiK-cr. C'hic-ago. Mih>. aukrc Si. I'i'nil <S: f'acific Hailroarl (.'oin)>any and to all ))eisons in possession or havum or i laimiiiK any right, title or inten'st in aiifl to Hie iollo\s'inR described real estate. lo-\vi( : Prairie Twp. (95-27) NK'_, NE', ex. N 5 & .SRi, SW ', «r KW'., SE'', 'sw' 1 ', 'iNK'T N 1 '.' SR', NE', & SW'i NK',, NE 1 , NW',. . SW", NW'i, SR'. SW, NW, NW,. N\\'i; SW, NW",, SE't NW'4, NE 1 , SW';,, NW'., SWj, SW,, SW'.i, SK'., SW'4. NE ', SK'.!,. NWH SE'i, SW-i SK'.-,. Sti'., SEV, Section '4, NE''., NE',. NVV '4 NK'.,, SjVV, NE'i, SE', 4 NK',. .NK', NVVU ex. Ry., SEV, NW',. K2/:i NW, NW, & SU WI/3 NW>, NW, r.x. K ol W. SW-,' NW'..,, Iv' ., N ' .. N W ' , S W , , NK '., SW ' , . Sr,', SW,. NW 4 SK',. SW 4 SE',, M-: 1 , SK',. SK'i SE',, Section a. S K • , S K ' , N E ' , , N E >:' 4 . K ' , SK', Nf;', Section (i NE 1 , NE' 4 , W'a NW, NK 1 ,, N : '., W, SW, NK'', & WS/ei K 1 ., SW', NK', & N2/a E l.'i: SW ' ; NK',. N2/3 SE ' , NE'i c<tj SI,:; SE 1 , N K 1 .,. K'j NW, NE'i, E 1 'NE', NW,. N'a Kl/3 SB', NVV'i, K 2.-'3 W '., Nl/R NW, SE',.,, NE 1 , NE'.t SK',. SE 1 , SK', Section n, NE',:, . NW., NE'i. SW, NE',. SE 1 . N E : , N W ' , . N W , NW ' , ,. SK'., NW,. NE', SW,, , . SW ' , SW ' , . SE i , SW ':, . NW-, SE',, SW, SE', Section ii, S'i SW., SW, NE', NW, & W 7/« N NK', N K ' , NW SW ' , SE', SE', N', NE', NE'., NW ' S K ', NW ' N E ', SW ', SW ' i N E', SE', NW, NW', NW, SW, SE'., . SW i,. SW, SW,. W 7/a N & Si, SE', SW, Section Ji NK',. NW, NE'i. SW, NE'i NE', . NE'i NW, NE',, NW . . SW , , NW"., i. NE--., i. SE'.:, i NE',, a/3 s->4 NW,. NW, NW,. NE,'., , SW,, SE'., & W" 2 NW, NE', SE'., & SE', & S?-4 . . ....... _.. . SE' i Section 111. S;!/.'i N-|j SE', NE'i. S2/H N3-4 E : '.i SW", NE'i & W, SW'-i NE"<i. S', F.l/.'i NE', NW, & S^j W,, NE'", NW, S^., El/3 NW., NW, & S' 2 E'. WL'.'il .VAV, i\W , . E2/3 SW, NW, ,t S2/.1 Wl/.'i SW", NW,. SE'i NW",. N'i, NE', NE', SW, &W'jNE ', SW,, NW, SW" 4 . W'a'sW'i SW'., \- Nl' P :i E" . SW, SW, . Nl/3 \V'j SE'i SW,, NW., NW, NW., SE" 4 Seclum It. NW'i N W, NW, & W l/fl W'.. SW, NW,. NW, NW', NE'i NW ' SW ', SW ', SK', . S7.-H NW,. S', NE', . SW ', NW'i . SE' . NW ', SW ', . SW ; . S.'l/I NW, SE', SW", SK', . E", F.L!/:i W-'., NE>, NE'i SE',. SE', "j SE' SW SW ', N W ', SW ' i NW "• El/3 NE', .<t .N' 1 SE 1 , . NW ', W2/3 S'.. NW, SW'i. W 1 '. SW', Section 1-1. NE'i NE 1 ,. NE',. SW, NE',. SE', NE':,. \'W.,.SE', NW,.NE', NW>4 NW, . E*., N', NW N1''H NE', SW SW ', . Nl/8 Wl/.'i . E2/3 SW '., SE', X SE 1 , SE'i. NE'i SE', & N 1/3 W, . - S '1/3 W, NW, SE , NE', NE',. NW, NE', NE'i & W, S', SE', SW, NE', & E 2/3 S", . SW,,. «,• E", Sl-3 SW, SE'i SE" 4 SW, SE'.,, E^ NW, SE'/, Section 15, . N ''4 SE'i NE'j. N3' 4 SWU NEW NE'I NW",, E',i NW, NXV^i &: N2/3 W-"., NW 4 NW,, E' a NE'- 4 SE", NW", Section 16 N^,., NE", NEU & E 2/3 W:, NEU NE'4, E 2/3 W3-4 SE' 4 NE', Soction 17, all in Township !)S, Range 27. Kossuth Coun«y, Iowa. Wesley Twp. (M-27) E i/3 N' 2 SEV, SEU & E a ,4 S',i SE •< SE"j Section 20. EV< N V3 SW', SW', & W, N 1/3 SW,:, SW'., iV 5 L> 3 SW., SWU, SW',i NW',, SE' M SW,. S'j NE'., SE'-i. SE'.-, SE", Se, lion 21. S' a SW'.4 N W, SWU. SW., SWU, SE"., SW',, SW/, SE' 4 . S'., NE'i SE', & E3/-1 N';, NEU SE',,, SE'i SEU Section 22, SEU NW'"', , EU SW, NW'., & S' 2 W, SW", NW 1 ,, W'a NE'i SWU, W'-j SEU S\\U. NW, SW',. SW'i SW, E':, NEU SWU. E'- NE',i SWU. E'» SEU SW'.:, , NEU SEU. NW, SE>' 4 . S\\ U SE':, . SE'i SE",, Soction 23, ' SEU SWU, W'a NW'4 NE", SW/l 6 W-U S'.i NE':, SW'i &-SE', SE", NEU SW ", , E-i.4. N V, NW., S W ' i & SU NWU SWU. SWVi SW',, S 3/4 W, SW, SEV, & S 5/8 E'.i W' 2 SWU SE'., Section 2't, SU E'i NW, NE'., & W 3/4 NW", NEU. N'.i SW, NE',. NEU NWU, NWU NW,, N', SE', NW", Sec- linn '25. NEU NT,', NW., NEU. S\V", NE" 4 . N' : SEU NE", & \V*., S" 2 SEU NE"',, NE ', NW ', . NW ", NW ', . SW ',, NW " ,. SEU NW,, NW"/, SWU. NU NE',, SW',. NWU NEU SE',, N'i, NWU SEU Section 20. NEU NE', . NWU NEU. SW ' SEU NE'., . NE':, SE',. N W, SW, SE',, SEU SEU. NE', .,. NWU NW, , SW'/, NWU. SE'i NW" 4 . NEU SW.,. NW/, SW",. SW"', SW'.,, SEU SWU Section 27. .NEU. NEU. NW, NEU.SW", NE'i. SEU NE",. NEU NWU. NW', NW',, SW, NW'.,. SE'i NW",, NE', SE" 4 . NWU SE',. SWU SEU. SEV, SEU. NE', SW.,. NW'i SW'/ 4 , SW, SW'i. SEU SW", Section 28. N'EU NE'i. E'., SE'i NE',. E'i NE"., SE',. EU SEU SEU Section 2tl. E'.. NEU NE'.,. EU, SEU NE'. 4 «,• SW, SWU NEU, NE', SW",. SE', SW, N of R of W. E 2/3 S". NW'/i KWU. E 2/3 SW", NW", N of R of W. NE', SE',. NW, SE',. SW, SE'., N of Ry.. SEU SEU N of Ry.. SE', SW, S of R of W. SW, SEU S ol R of W, SEU. SE", S of R of NE'.,. . SE'.,. NWU. W Section 32f NEU NEU, NWU NEU. SWU NE 1 .,. I SEU NE 1 /,, NEU NW',',. NWU NW',.,. SWV4 NWU. SE',', NWU, W 865' ot N W V, SW U , W 865 of SW ', SW V, N of R of W, NEVi SWU. NW'/, SWU ex. 86.V, SWU SWU N of Ry.. ex. W 865' SEft SWV, N of R ot W, NEVi SEU. NWU SE, SWV, SEU N Of R of W, SEU SEU N of Ry.. S W', SW'., S of K of W.'SEU SWU S of R ot W. SW'., SEU S of R ol W. SE', SKU S of R of W Section 33, NW, NEU. W, 4 N'.. SW, NE", & SWU SW, NE'/,. S 3 ,4 VV'j SW, SEV, & SEU SWU SEU. NE'., NW',. NWU NWU. SWU NWU. SEU NW',. NEU SW, ex. R of W, NW, SWU. SWU SWU N of Ry.. SW, SWVi S of Ry.. SEU SW 4 S of Ry.. See'trm 34. nil in Township 96. Range 27, Kossuth County. Iowa. You and each of you are hereby notified flint there is now pending before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, a petition signed by two or more of the landowners of the land included within said Drainage Dislrict, asking that said Htjnrd of Supervisors repair and improve the open ditch by clearing, grubbing and disposing of trees in the channel and on the. spoil banks. That the Engineer appointed by the Board of Supervisors has rc-pintcd favorably thereon, filed his report in the office of the County Auditor, recommending such improvements For a more complete descriptioji of the proposed drainage improvement, see Engineer's report on file. That, the Engineer's report may be amended from time to time before final action. That same will come up for hearing before the Board e>f Supervisors ot Kossuth County. Iowa, at the Com I House In Algona, Iowa, on the 20th day of October, 1955, at 2:00 o'clock P.M. That all claims for damages and all objections to the proposed repairs and improvements to said Drainage District, must he made in writing a,'d filed in the office of the Count> Auditor of Kossuth County. Iowa, at or before the time set for hearing Dated this Kith day of September. 1JID5. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA By C. S. Pearson. County Drainage Clerk (Published Sept. 15 and 22. 1055 in * The AlRona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moinqs) FERTILIZER 4 • • ••• ••• Now Is The Time To Put On Fertilizer For Plow-Down and Hay Ground, Special Discount FOR Fall Application CONTACT US NOW! Algona Flour & Feed South Phillips St. Phone 257 | Shrlli'y Kay tin- E.-i)claiul spHan • lei ed M Monday Ellen . ; ,i ;,re wit! ent.s in Boiii Mr,; Cl;ir;i Uotl^e Suii'.l in tlie lioni.- of hi r i uiifi .Mr.. J;icU Lew;ir Jiilie. John Se!uiii;lt an;l Airs Kiniiia SrliniM! Hie \\ i-ckeiul in Silv, 'A'ltl: lluir ,-,i-.',rr ,,i Mr ;ni'l .Mi- IV^.T HOL;-':' ,,hd JJ-.ii;i!' i. NOTICE OK HEARING OF Ct-EP HING. GRUBBING ANIJ DISPOSAL NO. 132. ' I'" Mall Ilili,, i I 'I h.iii,,,. J , v [, , -•'-^ I" -' : :' i 11, leu VMIII,^,.. ,,|,, ].-,,.,| '-• -V M i I:.,' - (;.,,.,;.. E ,v ,:"' 1 ' ( ',, I ;; 1 ,,, II 'V",':. M " : ';" ", ' "•'"- ,A"li '"' Hi. Ke M.,i it K.i:,. ! i •!• .' Ki'i'- .'•> I'.il.i 'i ,,,;.. I., ,, ,1,,., ;,,, ,... |j, , Waive! M i! 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