The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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6-A!c|6ntJ (la.) Upper ftes Meinej Tuesday, March 6, 1956 Farm Moves Numerous In Wesley Area Wesley—Mover? were on the RO in this vicinity last \vovk. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer nnd bnby Mary Ajjni-s irunod into the George IVoma house on the Ed Down? property: Mr and Mrs Joe Studer and family moved to the Androw Gollner farn vacated by thr Kenneth Studers: the Curl Froehlich family moved from the Lou Gootr farm into the buildings on the George Hall farm. Vincent Cruise will farm the Hall farm. The Gaylon Vitzthums moved 1o the farm vacated by Froohlichs from the former Will Frirnml farm now owned by JJike Pfof- fer. The Ray Muller family moved into the buildings on the Pfcffer farm. The Bridgett Smith family moved into the Leo Bleich home in town. Mr and Mrs Jerry Kirsch and 9 month-old «on of St. Joe moved to the farm vacated by Smith?. Lawrence Kirsch of St. Joe had bought the farm two years ago. Mr and- Mrs Richard Madsen moved from a farm southeast of Wesley to the farm northwest of Wesley which they had purchased last year from Mrs Blanche Gray. Mr and Mrs John Weiland moved last year from this farm to one they bought near Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallier and three children moved from a farm near Algona to the Ferstl farm north of Wesley, that was vacated several weeks ago by Mr and Mrs Philip Lee and family who moved to Granada, Minn. , Cliff Anfinson of Goldfield moved to the farm northeast of town which he had bought from the Hairy Frys. Frys moved to a farm near Iowa Falls. Leonard Arndorfers moved several weeks ago to the farm northeast of Wesley which they bought from Will Titus. Mr and Mrs A. C. Quinn of West Bend moved to the 80 acres they purchased of the Arndorlers. ' ! The Don Lickteigs moved from I a farm near St. Benedict to a | (arm they have purchased near | Grey Eagle, Minn. I Auxiliary Mel I The American Legion Auxili- i ary held their regular meeting j Thursday, Mar. 1. with Minnie ! Studer and Bernice Vitzlhum as ' hostesses. I The group voted to give S5 to special child welfare drive to help educate Korean children. Edna Flom. president. announced that two cancer films will be shown to the public in the Studer hall. Tuesday evening. Mar. 20. Dr. Paul Warner will give a talk. Rosella Neuroth is cancer chairman. The auxiliary is sponsoring t h e educational project. Following the business meeting, 500 was played. Edna Flom received high score prize and Vi Studer low score prize. Mary Forburger and Lir/.ie Hildman were in charge of the entertainment. Lizzie Hildman received the attendance prize. At the April meeting, Riia Ricke and Mary Reiling will be hostesses, and Hazel Gerdes and Helen Johnson will be in charge of entertainment. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger, accompanied by Mrs Frank Bleich, Martin Bleich of Miller and Mrs Will Houdek of Garner visited their brother, John Bleich of Britt at a hospital in Iowa City Friday. Bleich had back surgery. The Band Mothers are sponsoring a program of music and skits in the auditorium Friday evening. March 9. Mrs Esther Skow of Boone spent several days last week with Mrs Ida Funnemark. The John, Jack. Urban and Dennis Lickteigs, Kenneth For- burgers and Elliot Waldschmidts and their families gave a farewell party Sunday, Feb. 25, for the Don Lickteig family who moved March 1 to a farm they purchased near Grey Eagle, Minn. Kossuth Co. Annual 4-H Day is scheduled for March 10 in Al-' gona. Wesley boys will exhibit their projects at Kelley Lumber, The girls at Honsbruch Drug, Prairie boys at Botsford Lumber and the girls at Wiltgen Jewelry. Father L. N. Klein and Father Linus Eisenbacker attended a farewell party in St. Benedict Thursday evening for Father Ahmnnn who has been transferred to Arcadia. The 10th annual night school banquet was held in Algona Monday, March 5, in the high school annex. Alan C. Mclntosh of Luverne, Minn/, was guest .speaker. Twelve Wesley farmers attended (he meeting and banquet. Mr and Mrs Ray Hanson wont to Alta Friday to visit Rev. Elmer Peterson, whose wife died of cancer. Fob. 29. The deceased and Mrs Hans'cn were life-long friends. Mrs Brirlgett Smith and family were honored at a farewell party Sunday evening by a group of neighbors who came in for an evening of cards. They brought and served a lunch. The Smith family were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Leo Goetx. home. The Charles Heinen family moved into the buildings on the Joe Krieps farm, where the Wayne Goodmans had lived. Heincns had lived near Algona. Mr and Mrs Ernest Hemmingsen of Sac City spent Wednesday in the H. E. Hemmingsen home. Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen attended a past matron of Eastern Star luncheon Tuesday at Van's in Algona. Jimmy Lallier entered kindergarten in the public school last week. He is oldest of the Arnold Lalliers" three children. The family moved from Algona to the Ferstl farm north of Wesley, vacated by the Philip Lee family. Mickey, 4Va year old son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Kunkel of Bancroft, spent one day last week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. Arthur Ricke was honored on his birthday recently when Mr and Mrs LeRoy Kicke and family and Mr and Mrs John Muelle came out to his farm for supper. After much scurrying around, Arthur was relieved, when the self-invited guests brought and served a delicious meal. Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and sons were callers at the Howard Sparks home Sunday afternoon, February 25. Mr and Mrs Burton Ilansen were Wednesday evening callers at the Raymond Carlson home. Mrs "Dot" Sherman of Algona spent a week recently with her brothers, Adam and Jule Matern, and visited other relatives. Mrs Julius Matz, Rose Marie and Charlotte visited the Curtis Andersons at Holmes and Mr and WELCOME! UNION ALETHEAN Mrs Charles Kelch and family at Clarion Wednesday. Mrs Reich was a surgery patient at the "Jlarion hospitah Mr and Mrs A* N. Richtstneifet and Bob left Friday, March 2, for Phoenix, Ariz, where they will visit their daughter and Sis* ter, Alice Richtsmeier, R. ft., and then they went to San Diego, Cal. to get their son, Vincent, who ^recently received his discharge from the navy. Richts- meiers plan to be gone two .veeks. Mrs J Del Rogness and Mfs Raymond Carlson, who are oh Lhe sick committee of the Evangelical Free Church, visited Mrs .Elizabeth Leischer, a patient at the Britt hospital, Mr and Mrs Will DeLappe and Mr and Mrs Cecil DeLappe of Sherburn, Minrt., called at the Clarence Ackerson home Tuesday. They visited Mr Ackerson, who was then a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Lou Ricke Thursday morning, March 1, at Britt Memorial hospital. They now have six daughters and four sons. Mrs Julius Matz, jRosemai'ie and Charlotte visited Mrs Isabella Hildman and family at Plymouth Friday. Philip Lee, who with his fam- ly moved recently from Wesley to Granada, Minn., was a Wesley caller Wednesday. „ Clarence Ackerson was brought home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he had been following a heart attack. Bancroft Priest, Navy Chaplain, To Be Monsignor Bancroft—Relatives and friends of the Rev. Father R. J. QUinn have received invitations to attend the Investitute of Lt. Comm. Robert J. Quinn as Domestic Prelate by the Most Rev. James J. Sweeney, D. D., Bishop of Honolulu, at Pearl Harbor Naval Base Chapel March 18. The Rev. Father R. J. Quinn will receive his robes as a Monsignor on the twenty-second anniversary of his ordination. Left to right. Back row: Betty Thilges (p), Margenf Merti. Mary Ilia Erpelding. Jeanette Bjustrom, Mary Broetder, Susan Niichals. Front row: Colleen Collins, Mary Beth Reilly, Judith Willrett, Kathy Mertx, Madonna Erpelding. Absent: Marjorie Holdren, Grace Me- Kim (vp), Sharon Collins. Leader: Mri Glen Jenkinson, Algona. SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY STABUISHEO 1925 Injured In Crash Mr and Mrs Art Long were called to Webster City- Friday when they received word their son Joseph was in a hospital there. Joseph has attended the basketball game in Des Moines Wednesday evening. On the way home he fell asleep and went off the road near Webster City. He received a fractured knee cap and badly bruised head. The car turned over twice before fott could manage to jump out. Joseph manages the creamery at Albert City. Parents Of A Son Mr and Mrs Gerald Kramer.are the parents of a son-born.Satur- day evening at 84. Ann' hospital at Algona. He weighed 8'; Ibs. and 6 oz. : Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman and family spent Wednesday and Friday at the William Hughes home at Emmetsbiirg and attended funeral services for Mrs Hughes Friday. Mr Bergman was pallbearer. Sunday Mr Bergman took Mr Hughes and Dr. and Mrs Neir to St. Paul where they left for their home at Cable, Wis. Mr and Mrs Joseph Dorr and family spent Wednesday at the Cletus Dorr home. Thursday the Cletus and Joseph Dorr's were dinner guests of Rosalee Dorr in Mason City. The Joseph Dorr's were on their way to make their home in California, Dr. and Mrs R. E. Weber spent the last of the week in Wheaton, Illinois, wh^re they were present at the capping of Kay Carmean, March 1. Kay Carmean is the daughter of Frances Carmean, former residents of Bancroft. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT ORDINANCE NO. 372 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORP- INANCE NO. 3. CHAPTER V AND PUTTING RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF TREES AND REMOVAL, OF TREES UPON THE WELCOME! 6URT BLUE BIRDS Left to right. Back row: Marilyn Hinckley, Roberta Hamilton, Lois Lichter. Shirley Schwietert, Sherry Bernau, Judy O'Brien, peanrta Bernau, Kathleen Faber. Mrs Raymond Lovstad (L), Burt. Front row: Rosemary Ulses, Evelyn Cherland. Pamela Andrew*. Judy Hinckley, Gertrude Kahler (p), Cheryl Lovstad (vp). Judy Abbas. Janet Black, Carolyn Hinckley. (A«s'i. Leader: Mrs Dean Andrews) COUNCIL OAK STORE STREETS t7POM THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA: ^_ Section ]. That Ordinance No. 3. Chapter V of the Oi-dinfmce of the City of Algonn is hereby nmencled by Inserting nftor Section 1 thereof the following: "Section 2. The responsibility for maintaining andl removal of trees nnd shrubbery upon the public streets ts hereby put upon the abutting property owner, his affent or agents or the occupant or occupants of the premises. If the abutting property owner, hts agent or the occupants of the property in question refuse to maintain and/or remove trer? and/or shrubbery which have become dangerous to the public and which have been declared a nuisance, the Council may order their removal and assess the cost against the abutting property". Section 2. Said Ordinance Is further amended by renumbering the subsequent sections thereof in numerical order. Section 3. Said Ordinance is further amended by adding at the etu\ thereof the following: "Section 5. Anyone violating any of the pr6visions of this Ordinance shall upon conviction be subject to imprisonmerit not ex- reeding thirty days or n fine not exceeding $1(10.00." > Section 4. This Ordiixnnce shall be in force, nnd effect after Its passage, approval nnd publication as provided by Inw. PASSED. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 27th day of February, 1058. Dr. Cameron C. Shterk Mayor ATTEST: Ivy D. Seuffham City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 372 Is hereby duly authenticated this 27th day of February, 1D58. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk (Published March 6, 1958, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines) NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sontral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held In and for said School District on the 4th day of April. 1956. whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Sentfal Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, towit: "Shall the Board of Directors of Hie Scntrnl Community School , District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds In an amount • not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out. a school building program consisting 6f erecting n new secondary school building, ; procuring a site therefor In the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE ','«) of Section* Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven (97) *North Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and Improving adjoining land as a site for an athletic field In and for said School District?" The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P. M. of said day and for said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one x-otiiig precinct and the polling place therefore will be at the school building in the Town of Lone Rock, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to. the provisions of Chapter 236, Code of Iowa, 1954. and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and as ordered liv a resolution adopted by the Board o'r Directors on the 27th day ol FeU- n Dated at'Fenton. 'town, this 27th day of February, A.D., 1956. Donna J. Swanson Secretary, Board • of Directors (Published March 6. 13, 20 and J27, 1056, in The Algeria (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines) . _. ., NOTICE Qt PUBLIC Notice is hereby given tbat a public hearing will be held March 12, 1956 at 7:30 p".m< at the City Hall. Algona, Iowa, when the Algona Zoning Commission will consider recommend n* a change of zoning of the following described real estate: The South Half (S',i) of Block 225, Call's Addition. Algona, towa; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 237, Call's State Street Addition, Algona, Lot "one (1) of" Lot Eight (8) of the Auditor's Plat of the South 41 la rods of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 2. Township 9S North. Range 29, West of the 5th P.M. to commerlcal district and will consider other matters properly to come ^TooNA ZONING COMMISSION William J. Finn, Chairman (Published Maroh 8, 1950, In The Algona Upper Dos Moines, Algona, •Iowa) WELCOME! GREENWOOD BOYS Lefl to right. Back row: Duane Menke, David Kollasch, Kenneth Heldorfer, Richard Meyer, Gerald Soderberg (Lj, Bancroft. Third row: Ed Dumstorff. Albert Kollasch, Richard Krapp, Joe Renger. Larry Wilhelmi, Mark Bernhard (p}, Billy Vaske. Second row: Arden Doocy, Billy Wilhelmi, Leroy Meyer, Allen Dumsiorff, Carl Menke, William Kollasch, Leon Dumslorff (vp), Joseph Kollasch. Front row: Philip Heldorfer, Eugene Dumstorff, Pal Wilhelmi, John Deilering, Jerome Menke, James Menke, Joseph Deitering. HUTZELL'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES • SHOES • SUNDRIES 4-H WELCOME] ST. JOE TROJANS Picture at left. Left to right. Back rows (staggered): Donald Wagner, Bob Zeimet. Tommy Frideres, John Wagner, David McGuire (p), Gerald Reding, Tommy Reding, Stanley Klein, Duane Hilberl. Front rows (staggered): Richard McGuire, Billy Frideres, Mike McGuire, Bob Erpelding, Geo. Illg, Virgil Wagner, James Erpelding, Richard Erpelding, Ronald Illg. Picture at right. Jerome Weydert (vp), Donald Hilbort, Ava Erpelding, Judy Zeimet. (Leader: Bernard Thilges. Bode). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY BRADLEY BROS. WELCOME! RIVERDALE RUSTLERS - UNIT I Left to right. Back row: Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Judy Wagner, Betty Wagner, Ruth Ann Klein. JoAnn Welter, Mary Alma O'Brien Center row: Norma Jean Reding, Kathryn Gales, Judy Bormann, Kay Ann Fnderes, Arlene Bormann, Carol Erpeldhig Alma Illg. Ann McGuire. Lois Willfong (p). Front row: Ahce Reding (vp). Nancy Willfong, Barbara Weydert, Janet RedingTDianrle Reding, Karen Zeimet, Connie Sinnwell. Leader: Mrs Joseph Sinnwell, Bode. SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES

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