The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 54
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4-Algena (la.) Upper Oe« Moines Thursday, December 1, 1955 Boy Announced In Big Way Over In Sexton By The Village Gossip Sexton—Bob Kollcy look !hr easy way out and answered nil the questions by painting "It's a Boy" on the lumber office window. Donald Charles weighed in at 7 Ib. and 1 oz. and arrived on Thanksgiving morning. His little sisters. Joan and F;<tfi. are with their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Orville Johnson of Jo)ley. They will return here in time to welcome the now boy home. It was reported the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley. outdid even the proud father in the sign they displayed at the lumber yard at Ottosen. Many Feasts Now would be a good lime for Mrs Fred Jennings many friends to remember her with cards. She entered St. Ann hospital in Algona last Friday. Mrs John Huff has had surgery again at Mercy hospital in Mason City where she is reported to be doirig well. A share of Sexton's population spent Thanksgiving with the John McMahons at Corwith. Dinner guests from here were Mary, Francis and Charles McMahon. Frank Guerdette and Mr and Mrs Ambrose Liclcteig and family. Home from college for the weekend were Mary Jane Lickteig and James and Marie McMahon. Two bachelors with an invitation out for the day were Elmer RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and com- fori than any other combination window ! RUSCO DOOR HOODS' AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home ! Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algonn WATCH • ^"•^^^^^^^•^•^**^wn Bf THEM CROW When You Feed WALNUT GROVE r 4x4 HOG SUPPLEMENTS Eugene (Steve) Huber Phone 162-W Algona Join Christmas Club Now At HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Pay Weekly or Monthly and Albert Tech who visited with their sister. Mrs Cecil O'Rourke at Britt. Another proup was supplied with invitations but Grover ana Clarence Grubb and Bill Hufl must have preferred their own cooking as they stayed home to eat chicken. Since it has stormed every Thanksgiving they have pone to Colo, Mr and Mrs Wilford Ward and family stayed home and entertained Mr and Mrs C. C." Fisher of Boone on a very nice day. Overnight guests at the Glenn Gabpielson home were Mrs M. C. Gabrielson and Gerald and Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson an;l Steven of Slarbuck, Minn. All thiec families spent Thanksgiving with the Don Gnbrielsonh at Mason City. Joyce. Glennda and Kenyon Gabrielson helped their mother prepare a birthday celebration for their grandmother, Mrs Vinnie Laymon. Guests for tho evening were Mr and Mrs Julius Hcng of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs Don Gabrielson and family. Afternoon callers wore Mrs Ann Vick and Mrs Esther Hess ol Webster City. Parents in the area will soon be used to doing without their baby sitter as Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbac.li will be gone longer than planned. Their son-in-law, Sgt. Bud Taylor is leaving for a mission in Alaska and the> plan to stay with Mrs Taylor and Lawrence until the sergeant returns. Mr and Mrs Roy Hanson and Linda spent the weekend in Chicago with their son Harry and family. Con Swanson operated the service station while they were gone. Drusilla Ppheim w.as able lo visit with many of her relatives while home from school in Minneapolis. Thursday dinner guestE of the Opheiins were Mr and Mrs James Stebbins and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Wise and family, Mr and Mrs Arch Burger and Pauline Bowman. Mack Wise was a part lime bachelor again while Mrs Wise was helping her granddaughter. Mrs Marvin Abbas in Algona. Things picked up again over thi weekend when Lloyd Wise and Mr and Mrs Frank Wise of Mason City came to visit. Mr and Mrs John Jennings were guests of their son, Mr ana Mrs Don Jennings and Ann ot Albert City on Thursday. Another elderly resident of thi? area is now at Burt. Mr Yan- ser is now being cared for at the same rest home as Mr C. N. Beisch. One of Mr L. A. Copp's checker playing railroad friends made a long trip here from South Dakota just to have a checker tournament with Mr Copp. The trip seems to have been worth while for the gentleman as last reports say Mr Copp was losing badly. THESE WOMEN! 6y d'AlessiO "Well, I'm sorry! That's $42.50 a the best 1 can spell tor wcekl" 50c For 50 Weeks 1.00 For 50 Weeks 2-00 For 50 Weeks 5.00 For 50 Weeks 10.00 For 50 Weeks $ 25.00 $ 50.00 $100.00 $250.00 -.$500.00 Plan Next Christmas Now! Ledyard Homes Host To Many, Thanksgiving Ledyard—The following young people who are away cither in school or working were home for the Thanksgiving vacation; Pat Sullivan who attends Mankato Teachers College, Judy Gilbertson and Thelnvi Steenhardt who attend Waldorf College. Allaire Farrow who attends Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, Jean Brandt who attends Luther College in Decorah, Melva Burrow who attends commercial college in Mason City. Natalie Wallenline who attends Gustavus Adolphus in Sioux Falls, Ella McDonald and Mary Ellen Farrow who attend Briar Cliff in Sioux City. Linda Ternes who attends Mankato Commercial College. Beverly Bashara who teaches at Cow- rie. Peggy Mayer who works foi 'Look' maga/.ine in Des Moines. and Shirley Miller who U-achu* i;t Lakota. Mr and Mrs Walter Miller and Prise, I la and Mickey of Buffalo Center and Wilson Brack ol Lakota -were Thanksgiving dinne; guc.-.ts' at the Tice Brack home. Mrs Wilson Brack and Koger accompanied her father and brothers to Des Moines where they were guests at the home of her si-ster and family, the Rev. Wilbur Hassebrocks. Dcanna Wiemer entertained about ten girl friends at a par's at lie. home on Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Dale Canlie.ld went tu Grundy Center to spend 'J ).ank.-.giv;n;,* day with his par- er.I.s and then went on lo Ml. L'nion (M spend the rest of the vacation wnli her parents. Mr and Mis Matt Krebsbach ol ', Whitlcmore were Thanksgiving i dav dinnei- guests at the J. F. Sullivan home. i Mr ana Mr., William Poppe i and Dennis. were guests <<n I Thank.-givinj; day ;.t the home of |t!.i.-ir .-ori'ami his wife. t!ie Ken: IK th Poppe.s <:.f Blue Eaith. Mrs Mai ic Halvur:-on went to i \VaU. i 'loo on la.st Sunday an i j Mai vcl went clown on Wedn, .-i dav evening to spend Than!,.••• I iiiviiiK dt..\ at tin- home ol 1).-. ! -jiid Mrs Paul Wil-on and : ,,.,ii-. j They leUirns-d tliat cvenmu ! Mi.- Kih< McKnmiii .,t S' I Jo. ep.h. Mo. ea/.u . n \\\ <ji;. :-.,!,n Mr and Mrs Norris Hincs and children went to Muscatine on last Wednesday lo spend the Thanksgiving vacation at the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra went to Storm Lake on Wednesday to spend the vacation at the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs Max Nitz and Mi- John Frandle were Thanksgiving day guests at the Orville Frandle home in Blue Earth. Mrs Zilphy Hardt and Natalie spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the Quentin Ilardt home in Sutherland. -i Thanksgiving day guests at the.home of Mrs Martha Schroeder were* Mrs Alma Sorensor. and daughter and her son who is home on furlough from service. Mr and Mrs William Dau of Algona; Mr and Mrs Wilbert Ruhnke and children from Irvington; and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittcmore. Pleasure was added to the occasion when Ronald Schroeder who is in service and now in Freepor't, La. called the family during the dinner hour. Mrs Anna Wiese of Mason City spent several days last week visiting her mother, Mrs H. Simonsmeier and her brother Gus. A family dinner was enjoyed at the Glenn Johnson home. Mrs Martha Schroeder and daughters Karen and Barbara spent the weekend with her daughters. IVTVs Wayne Gade near Whitlemore while Mr Gade is recovering from surgery at St. Ann ho.'ipital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Jerry Warner 01 Bancroft, Jack Moulton and Mrs Lena Warner were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs Rose Moulton. 'Mr and Mrs Dnrrell Troff of Cedar Rapids and Mr and Mrs Wendell Troff of St. Paul were Thanksgiving visitors at the parental Aeilt Troff home. The Methodist Circles will meet this Thursday with the Mary Circle meeting at the home of Mrs N. A. Pingcl and the Martha Circle at the home of Mrs Marie llalvorson. RECOVERING At Rockford, Roger Burnett, an eighth grade student, is recovering following an accidental gunshot wound. A .22 calibre revolver discharged as it was being cleaned, the bullet entering the boy's abdomen. Employing an Engineering Firm for the proposed storm sewer in the eastern part of Algona was considered. M. W. Bittinger of the Collins, Thompson i Wll- li^ Engineering Firm presented an, offer and was asked to present a proposed contract to the Council November 3rd. Several property owners living on N. Harriet Street were present and objected to a builder's permit granted to Duane Jensen for a warehouse. The Council decided to call a special meeting on October 31st for this matter. A Resolution was adopted approving a proposal signed by Ev*rd$ Sros. And Authorizing an amendment to their original Ccntract. Builder's permits were granted to N. 6. Best, Hatel 0. Lusby, Kelley Lumber Co., John & Elma ftoadinger and Mrs. R. Stcbritz. A Resolution was adopted accepting the work of the Glover Construction Co. for curb and gutter construction. A Resolution was also adopted employing Attorneys Linnan A Lynch in the action Jacqueline Pifer against the City. The following claims were allowed. General Goverrtrrtent Fund B P. Richardson, Salary $150.00 Ivy Scuffham, Salary _ 239.50 N.-ncy Sands, Salary .* 67.16 L. K. Ferguson, Salary 16.77 Albert Boekelman, Salary 47.25 Iowa State Bank, Tax 76.30 NW Bell Telephone, Service 8.00 L. K. Ferguson, Expenses 19.20 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., . Lcgals - 40.10 Risings Elevator, Corn 14.00 Street fund Jess Lashbrook, Salary _ 123.22 Albert Pergande, Salary 118.29 Glenn Burtis, Salary 110.81 Richa'd Frambach, Salary 92.29 Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary 87.29 Jack Mears, Salary 97.29 Donald Prew, Salary „- 101.59 Kenneth Frankl, Salary _ 97.29 Harry Ward, Salary 20.79 Iowa State Bank, Tax 54.90 NW Boll Telephone, Service . _ • 9.90 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 13.67 Miller Engineering Co., Enfi. 329.30 Lcc M. Hatcher, Repairs 61.50 Joel M. Herbst, Lumber 5.00 Robert Deal, Sawing 12.00 Gordon Cowan & Co., Signs 83.40 •Henkc Mfg. Corp., Mdse. 111.72 W. C. Brown Supply, Mdse. 136.84 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs __ 1.00 H.' J Cowan, Repairs 28.50 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 21.69 Lyle Mathos, Signs 12.00 Ready-Mix, Mdse. 671.33 Standard Oil Co., Gas 112.00 Public Safety fund Albert Boekelman, Salary 134.95 Raymond Krebs, Salary 12^72 A. C. Woishaar, Salary 126.70 Richnrd Groen, Salary 132.30 Leo Counlcy, Salary 126.70 lown State Bank, Tax ._ 29.30 Ken & Leo's, Gas 11.03 Scobba's Skclfy Service, Gas 103.59 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 3.30 Kohlh.ias Hdwe., Supplies 8.69 NW bell Telephone Co., Service __ 24.40 Ira Kohl, Salary 20.00 Ralph Elbert, Salary 10.00 Upper DCS Moines Publ. Co., Ad _ 30.63 Sanitation Fund L. K Ferguson, Salary 132.30 harry Ward, Salary 20.79 Our Downstairs Toyland Is Now Open! Largest and Most Complete Selection In This Area! LAYAWAY for Christmas THANKSGIVING Thirty-five state university students, all from foreign lands, spent ThanksRivinfi in Osanc. It was tin- sixth annual time that foreign stuck'iit.s have spt-nt this holiday in Osat;e, under sponsorship of the Rotary club and various ehurches. DIES Momma county lost its oldest resident recently, in the death of Mrs Karen Marie Mortenscn. at. the age of 101. She died at the home of her daughter in Onawa. She was a native of Denmark. COUNCIL MINUTES Tho Cti. Council nioi in regular ses- Mi.n Ott.iU.-r 27. 1955 jt 7.30 'P.M. with the M,..rjr ,-jnd all Councilmen present i>cc|3i Kuiso>. Minutes were read and iipprovc J The new, NEW IDEA 95 bu. spreader ready fpr you right now at BRADLEY BROS, As Advertised in this month's Farm and Home Section Small Amount Holds Any Purchase Everything for All Ages Come Early For Best Selection SWARTZ • Ssf* t Duit- prool t Weaihei proof Watch for THE GREEN-ANO-GOLD PJUSTROM FURNITURE VAN! , 221.0* Reakus Helm«rs, Labor 67.09 Reiner H«lm<jrt, Uber 68.98 Georoe Weig Jr. Labor 7.44 Clarence Helgeson, Labor *- S3.98 May Helmpri, Labor i. 7.84 NW Bell Telephone Co., Service - 27.5S City Clerk, Adv. Cash 3.4! Pobcrt Deal, Sawing 84.00 Lee M. Hatcher, Se*er Work ... 488.00 F. S. Norton 8, Son, Mdse. - 142.81 Re.idy-Mix, Mdse. 381.71 Kossuth Recorder, Fees , 2.10 Abstract Co., Certificate* Bannister, Carpenter, Ahiers i Cdtohey, AHy. Fees Clark & Fit*. CoAJtr. Co., Construction James Egii, Salary Fr«d Gronbac,h, Salary Iowa State Bank, Tax J. C. Penney Co., Supplies Albert Baas, Salary tftresa Norton, Salary -. Dr. Sawyer, Rent Recreation fund 35.00 35.00 756,35 149.36 88.86 27.80 1.77 155.92 66.15 35.00 State Hygienic Laboratory, Tests . 4.00 ' Municipal . "Meeting adiourned To November 3, 1951> at 7:30 P.M. p R h rdson Mayor Attest Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk Published in tlte Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, November 22, 1°55. WITH tVIRY PORTABI,! TYPEWRITER SOLD FROM NOW TO CHRISTMAS FREE ONE »7I2 TYPEWRITER STAND A PORTABLE TYPEWRITER IS AN IDEAL GIFT SMITH-CORONA REMINGTON ROYAL UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. ALGONA, IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Adult Night School Classes Plans for Algeria's 1955-56 adult night education classes are being made, and the school is willing and anxious to offer courses desired by the people of the community. The tentative courses for the classes proposed are: INDUSTRIAL ARTS — Beginning and advanced woodworking. Instructor, Mr Martin. TYPING - Miss Soutter. BEGINNING STILL PHOTOGRAPHY - To be arranged, MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY - Mr Stephenson. ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY — Lighting, posing, composition. Instructor, Nels Isaacson. BEGINNING SEWING - Miss Nutter. ADVANCED SEWING - Tailoring and alterations. Instructor, Mrs Robert Brown. SHORTHAND - Miss Soutter. BOOKKEEPING - Mr Rowe. CERAMICS - Daisy Ellis. AERONAUTICS - Stewart Albright. CHESS — Beginner's course. Instructor, Mr Deines. UPHOLSTERY PUBLIC EDUCATION — Theory of elementary and secondary education and problems of public education. AUTOMOTIVE INSTRUCTION — General mechanical instruction for the average car owner. Instruction by a qualified mechanic. SQUARE DANCING — Miss Paposek. FRENCH - Mr Chiquet. The exact content «f a particular course will depend to some extent on the desires of the^majority of the class. Those wishing to enroll in a particular course are asked to phone the high school, 295, or Mrs John Deim before Dec. 15. An advanced registration is necessary to give the instructors time to make preparations for teaching the class. DATES FOR CLASS MEETINGS January 9, 16, 23, 30 February 6, 13, 20, 27 March 5, 12 THE TIME for the classes will be 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Registration fee for the ten sessions will be $5

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