The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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6-Algona (In.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, October 20, 1955 HOSPITALS Dedicate New LuVerne School Sunday, Oct. '23 LuVerne—The LuVerne Board of Education has set Sunday, Oct. 23, 2 p.m. for the dedication and open house for the new high school building. A program will be given with Invocation by Rev. J. Paul Stevens, pastor of the Evangelical ™>™ .'J?" K £ r ' ™ ea A°™h"' T T7' TT^if^ •RT-othrcn rhmvv, Mii«in 7-11 %; Mrs Geoi'ge Dunphy, Liv- Oct. II — Mrs John Lavigne, Algona, boy, 8-13; Mrs Don Johnson, Algona, medical. Oct. 12 -~ Mrs Warren Dodd, Bode, medico,!; A. H. McMurray, Algona, medical;iHarry Sabin, Algona, medical. \ Oct. 13 — Mrs William Thilges, Bode, girl, 7-7. Oct. 14 — Mrs Walter Woods, Algona. boy, 8. Oct. 15 — Mrs Elizabeth Korrect, Bancroft, medical. Oct. 16 — Mrs Paul Hansen, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs Raymond Anliker, West Bend, boy. United Brethren Church. Music will be given by a girls' sextet composed of Myrna Northrop, Carol Kinne, Marilyn Zentner, Janice .Heine, Vera Hanselman and Linda Sorenson, with Director Mrs William Littlejohn. Guest speaker will be A. C. Anderson, Des Moines, Director of Research and Publications. Presentation of keys will be by Gordon Gjelton, Forest City, architect, and acceptance of keys, Lawrence O. Miller, president of board of education. Benediction by the Rev. Robert Kessinger, pastor of Methodist church. Ushers will be senior boys. Registering the guests Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mrs Harry Lichty. Mrs Laura Meyer and Mrs Jessie Stripling assisted by senior girls will serve refreshments. Members of board of education are Lawrence O. Miller, president; Phil Henderson, Carl Swanson, Hugh Shirk, Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs Dorothy Sorensen, treasurer, Mrs Hugh Shirk, secretary. Mr B. E. Martin is superintendent of the school. ermore, medical; Baby Jeanne Johnson, Algona, boarder; Mrs Robert Baughmarf, .Whitehall, Wise., accident; Mrs-Harold Thilges, Ottosen, girl, 7-11; Thomas S. Taylor, Algona, surgery; Mrs Verlie Niccum, Swea City, girl, 9-5. Oct. 17 — Mrs Victor Meyer, Otlosen, boy, 7-l2 1 /4: Mrs Emma Dehnert, Algona. medical; Mrs George Streit, Whitlemore, surgery. Oct. 18 — Mrs Ronald, Sabin, Algona, girl, 9-2; Mrs Wilbur Christensen, Wesley, boy, 7-13; Mrs Edward Foertsch, Algona, boy, 8-14; Mrs Isabelle Hkuser, Corwith, medical; Richard Reynolds, Algona, accident: Mrs Ross Struthers, Wesley, girl, 7-5%. Oct. 19 — Ronald Peterson, Algona, medical. •'/'•• IF IT'S NEWS WE V/AWT IT City Hearing Nov. i Storm Sewer Project Algona'S city council really burned the night oil during its session in the city hall last Thursday night. Many items of business were discussed during the meeting which lasted until almost 1 a.m. A public hearing on an important collector storm sewer project was set for 7:30 p.m., Nov. 3. Six and a half blocks of sewer running from the corner of North Harlan and North streets southeast to a spot half a block south of the corner of State and Colby streets, are ;to be installed if no objections are raised. According to engineers who have studied the area, the collector sewer would alleviate flooding in a portion of town that goes underwater almost each time dark clouds fill the skies. The, .present sewer .handling the area is not only too small, but also disconnected at various points. Bids for the proposed job will be received the night' of the hearing. • • . A quit claim deed for 5.10 acres of land belonging to Leah Rose Banwart was. acquired by the city for $1,310. The land is located near Putnam street and is necessary if future sewer work is to be carried on in the north- oast portion of town. A total of 15 building permits were okayed by the couricil, T went to Leo Aulicli, John ti-o- well, Thomas Frankl, Albert Fosnaugh, K. S, Cowan, Dr. F. E. Sawyer, Gale Stockwell, Bob Knudsen, J. P. Smith, Jack Hernon, William Detr'ick, Champlin Refining Co., C, M. Whitehill, M. ,A., F, E. and Max Bartholomew and Duane Jensen. The Bartholomew's are going to build a $10,000 .house on Sample street and Jensen plans a $9,000 addition to his warehouse on South Phillips street. Salaries and a Salary ordinance were discussed. Salary for AJ Boekelman, newly appointed police chief, was set at $300 per month. His assistant, Ray Krebs, will get $290, and the former chief who is still a member' of the force, 'Albert Weishaar, will receive $280 per* month. Salaries of other city officials remain the same as last year. The mayor will receive $1800, city attorney,' $6dO, etc. The ordinance will go nto effect Jan. 1, 1956 and cbvers all salaries, including those so 3y the council. Queen Candidate Karen Downey was recently nominated as a candidate for Homecoming queen at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, where she is a freshman. It is the first time a freshman has been nominated. Karen is a 1955 graduate of Algona high school and daughter of Mr and ftTrs J. L. Downey. Burt Operetta Slated Oct. 27-28 Burt — Some 60 high school students are practicing for the operetta to be given Thursday and Friday evenings, Oct. 27 and 28, in the school auditorium. This operetta is "The Forest Prince" by Tschaikowski. Many kinds of dances will be presented. This is a very colorful, brilliant and tuneful operetta which will begin at 8 o'clock. Mr and Mrs Roy P. Vanderhoff and children spent Sunday afternoon with Rev. and Mrs R. E. Kerney at Renwick. Mr Kerney is pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church there. Eugene Steward ET3 is spending this week with his parents, the Walter Stewards, and other relatives here. He is enroute to San ..Francisco, from the east where he has been attending school. Mr Steward with his mother and sister, Mrs Clifford Abbas called on the Ray Millers at Titonka Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Verdon Wear and Mr Carroll Napier of Central City called on the Roy Vanderhoff family Monday. They were enroute to Estherville. Mr Vanderhoff is on the Burt faculty. Plan Insurance Drive In Area An important announcement on another page of this issue of the UDM gives detailed information concerning the Hospital & Surgical protection which will soon be available to residents of this county. American Republic Insurance Company, with the home office in Des Moines is the author of the Hospital & Surgical program to be introduced to the residents of the county. This plan of protection against the expense of hospital und doctor bills has benefited residents of many other communities. America Republic is now in its 25th year of service and this county has been selected us one of the counties to participate in this Hospital £ Surgical program. Residents will be interviewed by an authorized staff representative who will carry proper credentials signscl by an officer of the company. The protection offered by the American Republic plan will be available to botn individuals and families who are eligible. Residents of the county can show their support of this program by giving the authorized staff representative a few moments of their time when he calls. 5 New Members, Riverdale 4-H The regular meeting of the Riverdale Rustlers Unit I 4-H Club was held Oct. 15, at 1 \)0 p.m., in the St. Joe Hall. Initiation of the following new members was held: Mary Reding, Janet Reding, Barbara Weydert, Carol Erpelding and Judy Wagner. Installation of officers followed. President, Lois Willt'ong; vice president, A. Reding; secretary- treasurer, Karen Zeiniet, historian, Arlene Bormann; reporter, Dianne Reding and photographer, Connie Sinnwell. Kathy Gales and Kay Ann Frideres were appointed for the recreation committee; Betty Wagner and Nancy Willfong for the music committee. Mrs Alvin Klein is the new leader succeeding Mrs Pete Zeimet who served the past three years. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe and baby of Carnavan, Iowa spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Urban Neuroth and family and with the Rich Reiling family. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 160 Acres FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION described as the Southwest Quarter (SW!4) of Section 36, Burt Township, known as Riebhoff Farm. Located two miles south of Burt, Y 2 mile east of Highway 169. Farm will be sold at Public Auction on the premises at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 8th. TERMS: 20 % down on date of sale and balance March ], 1956, at which time possession will be given. John Riebhoff Estate Verne Riebhoff, Executor v • • Yungeberg & Quinn, Auctioneers Kossutli Motor Co, ALGONA, IOWA October 20, 1955 Dear Public: We are having a POSITIVE CLOSE-OUT SALE here at Kossuth Motor Co. of all cars on hand. We are in the "Home Stretch" as far as cars on hand are concerned, and we are knocking price tags to pieces to have a clean slate when the new 1956 Chevrolet gets here on November 4th. We are putting all 1953 and 1954 cars on the chopping block to get this job done. These are all top cars in our stock, not klunkers. Every car has Chevrolet Guaranteed "OK" Reconditioning, and every car is sold with a written guarantee. Also, we have just TWO 1955 Chevrolets on hand to sell - all that is left. These are going the same way - no fooling around. Please remember — this is CLOSEOUT. • Here is your chance, in these next few days, to get a '53, a '54 or even a '55 car at a sacrifice price. You'll do well to come in and let us prove it. Yours truly, Don Nelson Kossuth Motor Co. Special Notice To Farmers •» . • • ' i - • mm mm m'/m m •; •'• •' ' : Planning To Hold An The "' Algona Upper Des Moines OFFERS FARMERS Complete Auction Sale Service the auctioneer your sale,., HAVE THE BIGGEST CROWD by Advertising in the "Algona Upper Des Moines" —becaus e the UDM has: 1. LARGEST CIRCULATION of any advertising medium. The Upper Des Moines reaches more homes, with high percentage of rural coverage, than any other area publication. 2. EXPERT HANDLING of farm sale advertising by experienced people. Give us the copy and we'll lay it out in a style that brings results. 3. COLORFUL SALE BILLS that call attention to Your sale. On multi-colored paper or with red and black ink. 4. FREE NEWS STORY & LISTING OF DATE, prior to sale. 5. WEATHER INSURANCE .which frees you from worry of additional advertising expense if the weather causes you to postpone your sale. The UDM will re-run your ad with the new date at no cost to you, THE MOST AND THE BEST COSTS NO MORE AT THE Algona Upper Des Moines PHQNi 1100 "The Paper People Prefer" ss 111 E, CAU ST,

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