The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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Cappy's A & W ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN lt'$ firne to j<iy good-bye until next spring. CLOSING DATE Sunday, Sept, 18 It has been a pleasure lo serve Ihe people from Algona and surrounding communities this past summer. We want to thank each and everyone for their wonderful patronage. Thank you again. John & Laura Caspersen WE'VE GOT 'EM PH I LCO APPLIANCES Advertised in this month's "FARM & HOME" Section Algona Refrigeration PRICES SLASHED ON r<r*$foit* BATTERIES Fully Gudranteed Firestone "MOTOR KING"at an unheard of low price! To Dedicate New Convent At Bancroft On Sunday Bancroft—The new convent for St. John's teachers will be dedicated in a ceremony Sept. 17. There will be a program and sermon in the church. Everybody is invited to attend. SPEC/A/ oo '. INSTAUfD IXCHANOI Mr and Mrs Elmer Menke and family of Fonda visited relatives here recently. Mr and Mrs Dan McGee attended the State Fair in Des Moines and visited with relatives. Mrs Eula Saunders and sons, and Tommy McGuire left last week for an extended visit in Chicago, Ohio, and New York. They will visit the Joseph Saunders family in Ohio. Mr Arthur Wclp and Mrs Roy McGuire drove to Rochester, Sept. 4 and spent the weekend with Mary Welp at St. Mary's hospital. Mary is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Welp who was injured in an auto accident last week. Rev. J. H. Schulles returned from a two week's vacation visiting relatives in California. Roger Fox. Mankato, spent the weekend at the Wilbur Fox home and with his brother, Richard, at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr and Mrs Al Bakor of Long Beach, Cal.: Mr and Mrs Harry Hendenckson, Washington. D. C. and their families are visiting the ladies' parents, Mr and Mrs C. C. Inman and other relatives. Labor Day weekend guests at the H. K. Lampc home were tho'i daughters and families. Mr and Mrs Maynard Long. Mr and Mrs Vincent Welsh and Rona Marie, and Lois Lampe of Cedar Rapids and Mis Lunipe's patents. Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelrm were dinner guests in honor of their 49th wedding anniversary. Mr und Mrs Art L"nu entertained at dinner for their daughter. Alice Long, Dc-s Moines. Guer-t>: were Mr and Mrs Frank Eich. Buffalo Center. Henry Eich ;.nd Mrs Richard Long. A farewell party hundred David Wilhchni. who left tur Milwaukee. Wis.. where he will attend high school at a boy:> MTUn>I. A picnic supper was held at the Roman Wilhehni home. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss. Donna Bergman, and Mr find Mrs John Menke and Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke visited relatives in Minneapolis and attended the Stale Fair there. About forty friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mrs Eva Wilhehni Tuesday evening and honored Roger Wjlhelmi at a farewell party. Roger, son of Mrs Eva Wilheimi. will leave soon to join the Air Force. Algona Airport Log Aug. 28 — D. C. Tenneson, Riverside, Cal., arrived in Clipped Wing J-3: Al Campbell, Des Moines landed in Cessna 140. Aug. 29 — A student from Mason City landed in Cub. Aug. 30 — Guy Webb, Manson, flew-in; McCullough's Air Ambulance made two trips, one to Rochester, the other to Iowa City, with patients. Aug. 31 — Beech Bonanza from Tama landed: Stu Albright flew to Ames with a dog as a passenger. Sept. 1—Fly-ins were a DCS Moines Flying Service Navion with parts for Pioneer Hybrid and Neal Whorley, Emmetsburg in a Cessna 120. Sept. 2—A student from Lanyon and another from Webstei City landed in Cessna 140s. Sept. 3—Don Mallison, Humboldt. landed in Luscombe. Sepi. 4 — Wait Jones, Molinc, 111., flew-in with Stinson and Robert Hankins, Humboldt, landed in Champion. Sepi. 5 — Major Juhl, Boone, landed twice in Iowa National Guard helicopter: Frank Christensen. West Bend, landed in Champion. Sept. 8—Campbell Heating Co., Des Moines, llew-in with Bon- friends and relatives of Portland, they visited thd Ray McWhortef, Prank Becker and Harold Becker homes and others of the cornmiT- nity. Mrs Heidefscheidt and Mrs Beckfcr are both former residents of Portland and get sort of lonely for their old home and friends. FOR YOUR OLD BATTERY DURING THIS SALE ON A Tir*$fott* DRI-CHARGED BATTERY BRADLEY BROS Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch South Hotel Algona • Phone 714 CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" MINRAL MEAL C'urn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first cla.->s RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Min- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you fan save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts normal corn costs in half. If corn is $1.50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minrul Meal has vitamins, proteins and mimals plus extra factors. On Mmral Meal, hogs just nuturully make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag - All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers oi Famous Sargent Feeds" Mr and Mrs C. L. Young and Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames have 'returned from a week's visit at Iron River. Mich. They went through Rochester on the way nnd visited a sifter j of Mr BiMjue'.-. who is a physical j therapist, in tl'.e Clime- at Hoch- ! ester, through V>'iscoii.-m and on up to Iron River, when they visited Mr Bisque's mother, Mrs Camilla Bisque and an aunt, Dorothy Zyskowski, a commercial teacher at iron Riv.-r. They visited MarqueUe in n .rUn-in Michigan and wntchvci Imn nre being load- j ed. They also vi.-ited the mines, j and went si^i.t seeing. I Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Merle took in a day of the state fair. Mrs pei aid Perdue and Candy aiv.i Mrs Mary Michaelsen ' spent a week Hjju Sunday at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger and Lawrence were recent dinner guests at the Gerhard Riggerts fif Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and boys attended a family reunion at the Jay Steven home, Sept. 4. Other guests of the day were Mr and Mrs Donald Steven of South Bend. Ind.: Mr and Mrs Kenneth Steven, of Rockford. 111.; and Mrs Steven's mother, Mrs Johnson of Avoca. Wis.; Miss Doris Fref of Graettinger. Iowa; Bernadine, who has been visiting at her brothers in Rockford, 111., and Milton and Jean at home. Judy Stecker spent two days recently with Linda Nelson. Mrs Victor Fitch. Korene and Judy spent Sunday afternoon at the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Gone Ringsdorf of Des Moines spent the Labor Day weekend at the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs Henry Radmaker and Mr' and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. They were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Ringsdorf's, also Mrs Will Ringsdorf of Burt. Dr. and Mrs C J. Primasing of Melvin. Iowa were suppei guests at the W. J. Stewart home Sunday evening. After supper Dr. and Mrs Primasing and Mr and Mrs Stewart and David, visited the Frank Matcrn's near Corwith. Mr and Mrs Leo Clark of Britt and Mr and Mrs Howard Clark | of Grand Meadow, Minn., were i dinner guests at the Ray Fitch i home, Sept. 4. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker attended a birthday parly at the Ralph Dugan home in Algona, in honor of little Rogei Dugan's first birthday. Earl Shipler, Roscoe Stewart. Harold Becker and Roger Scott attended the State Fair ot Dos Moines. Mrs Alice White of Iowa Falls and Vera McWhorter of Omaha spent a recent weekend at the Ray McWhorter home. Mrs Cora Heiderscheidt and Henry of Humbuklt and Mr- Martin Becker of Algona spen: the Sept. 3 afternoon visitin.-' VICTOR TREASURE CHEST vuiiaii mm w uwm limit turns PROTECTED.. How often have yo« contemplated pulling ytvr in a safe deposit box . , , yet hesitated becavi* ytv could not have immediate access to them when yew ai Here', your answer! The VICTOR TlfASUli £HfST K .. . protect its content} for at least one hour fro» fl^nej fuel reaching 1700'F. Handy for home or office, it i| I»». T accessible yet provide* 24-hour g day protection fr«» f^9 your letter^ papers, jewelry or other prijed posif»*l«M» INVESTIGATE THIS ECONOMY IN RECOiO IN$UIANd SEE IT ON PJ5PLAY AT. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. OFFICE SUPPLY PEPT. Phone 1100 A |g 0na Up Daily Pay Of Engineering Firm Algona's city council voted in favor of a new contract for the engineering firm on the-blacktopping program at its weekly meeting Thursday, Sept. 1. in the city hall. The firm of Collins, Thompson and Willis, Marshalltown, represented locally by M. W. Bitt- ingcr. will receive $40 per day for an engineer plus $20 per day for a helper under the new setup. The original contract called for a total of $30 per day. Due to additional work required of the firm, the raise in the fee was asked for and granted. It was stipulated in the new contract that the engineering firm is to hold the payroll to the minimum. Ten building permits were approved, including three for new homi'S. Al Boekclman is building a home on Harriet St.. valued at $12,000; John C. Olberding will have one on East Elm valued at $11.481- and Orville Duncan will have his home on East McGregor, which was started in I960 nnd ha? served ;is a basement house since that time, completed, at a cost of $9.000. Other approvals went to Jacob E. Decker & Sons. Sebastian Kramer, F. L. McMahon, K. L. Brayton, Mrs A. D. Lehman, Hubert Schoby and A. J. Huenhold. The contract and bond of Clark and Fitz was approved for the storm sewer project in the area of the Trinity Lutheran Church, and it was decided to install 210 feet of 24 inch tile on the west line of Riverview Cemetery north of the intersection of Pine street and a private road. There will be a meeting of the council Thursday night. Joint Engineer Unit, Germany GERMANY — Thursday, Sept. IS, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upp«r Oil M«lfttt*S Army Pvt. John F. Shay, Jr., 22, whose parents live in Bancroft, recently was assigned to the 7tti Army's 54?tli Engineer Combat Battalion in Germany. Private Shay, a combat engineer in Company A of the 547th, entered the Army last February and arrived in Europe late in July from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1951 graduate of St. John's High School. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND TOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Original Notice DICK BOYKEN, Plaintiff, LOUISE BOYKEN. Defendant TO THE DEFENDANT ABOVE NAMED: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of lown in and for Kossiith County, the petition of plaintiff in the abcwe entitled cause, asking that the Court enter a decree of divorce against you on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat- inent and fully and completely severing the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between the said plaintiff and defendant. Said plaintiff further prays that the Court decree him to be the absolute and fee simple ou*ner of the following described real estate situated in Hancock County, State of Iowa, to- wit; Lot Sixteen (16) and the North Half (N'a) of Lot Fifteen U5i. all In Block Fourteen H4I. Original Town of Woden. against any and all claims of plain- tiff whatsoever in said real estate and subject onlv to contract for UK* sale thereof in lavor of C. E. Conradi. dat- fd September 1. 1954. filed February 2. ia55. nnd recorded in Book 33. Page 476, records of Hancock. County, State of Iowa, and that the defendant above named be decreed to have no right, title, lien or interest in or to said real estate or said contract for the sale thereof nnd plaintiff further pravs for such other and further relief ns a Court of Equity may grant in the premises. For further pnrticulars see the petition n*w on file. Notice is hereby given that plnin- tilf claims no personal judgment against said defendant. AND UNLESS you appear and make defense thereto before the District Return From A Carolina Trip Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Lars Skaar and Sidney and Ommund arc just back from an interesting and pleasant trip to Chattanooga. Turin., visiting Mrs Skaar's brother ynd family, the B. \V. Pay,They visited many places of interest and beauty including the Smoky Mountains in the Carolinas. Of great interest was the Howard High School for Negro students in Chattanooga with an enrollment of 2700 and 95 instructor^. On returning to Iowa the Skaars visited the State Penitentiary at Fort Madison and feel the statt- can well be proud of the management of this institution. Bud Payne ^whom they visited in Chatanooga will soon be in business for himself as a plumbing contractor. He and his family are very happy in their mountain top home. Court of to\va in dhd for Kosnlth County at the court Hou*« in Alfon*, Iowa on or before the 15th day of October. A D W35. you will 6* In default and judgment or decree of the District Court of Iowa in and for Kos- *utli County mav bo entered against you for all of the relief prayod in plaintiff's petition. Take notice and govern yourself *c- coi'dingly. Dated tliis 2nd day of September, A U. l!>55. SENNF.FF & BUCK First State Bank Building Britt. Iowa Attorneys for Plaintiff (Published Sept. 8. 15, and 22. 1!)3S. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) VACATION WITH US ? We invite you—and the odds are 70 lo 30 you'll ba back year after year. Ours is the perfect location to enjoy complete relaxation in our modern housekeeping cottages among huge pines away from all traffic and hustle. World's greatest variety fishing in 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? SUMMERS 7 PINE POINT Park Rapids, Minn. (21 tf) CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • • • At Your Grocer's The first Postal Savings Bank in America was opened in 1911. It's good business to plow down Swift's Red Steer • You save days of work next spring Q You aid bacterial action, which unlocks plant foods in plowed-down vegetation 9 You make extra nutrients available sooner for deep-root crop feeding For these reasons, it is especially important that you use Swift's Red Steer for fall plow-down. Get your Red Steer, Swift's reliable plant food for general crops, from us today and get top crops next year. BULK SPREADING FREE SOIL-TESTING Robinson Produce Algona Wesley Most Modern Power in any Truck! New Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks! Shortest stroke V8's of any leading truck. The industry's most advanced Sixes! You get the mos» Modern power for your job with new Chevrolet Task-Force trucks! Most Modern Engines V8 or 6 VS is standard in new L.C.F. models, optional at extra cost in all other except Forward Control models. New Chevrolet trucks offer the industry's most advanced valve-in-hcad sixes, too. All have a modern 12-volt electrical system. Most Modern Styling Work Styled-w'Hh a fresh, functional appearance that's tailored to the job! Two distinctly different styling treatments are offered-one for light- and medium-duty models, another for heavy-duty models. It's a Chevrolet exclusive! Mosf Modern Features Panoramic windshield, concealed Safety Steps and new High-Level ventilation! New frames, new suspension! New tubers tires standard oa '/2-ton models! Come in and see all the modem features that put you ahead! /* KOSSUTH MOTOR Southwest Courthouse Square COMPANY Phone 200

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