The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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Ward, a studenl ai the Iowa State College, Ames* spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Ward. Mr and Mrs Walter Mcfiride and family spent Sunday at Elmore, Minn.', with Mr and Mrs Albert Ogren. M* and Mts Lefehion Misbach have as guest the letter's mother, Mrs Elmer Carlson, of Des Moines. She will remain here till after Easter. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker were visited Thursday by .Mirs Jim Long .and Mrs Rose Kraft, -of Lofte Rock. Mrs Kraft is mother of Mrs Walker. • >• Mr and Mrs J. W., Walker and John and Mrs Jim Walker and Charla drove to Alden Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson, parents of Mrs J. W< Walker. Jacqueline Vender Waal, a s'lu- dent at the. Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent the quarter break here with her parents, Mr and Mrs M. L. Vande"r Waal. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman spent the weekertd at Carroll. Dr. Hoffman attended a dental study meeting Saturday afternoon, conducted a clinic and arranged'the program. James Lindhorst left last week Monday for Des Moines and will go from there to the Great Lakes Naval Base to begin his {raining. Mrs James Uif and daughter Deborah spent Wednesday'at Carrier with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs 'Ralph Hejlik. Mr and Mrs Robert Chambers and two sons, Don and Dick, will leave Monday for their new home at Pomorta, Calif. , The Chambers have been staying with Mary Lytle since their furniture was shipped to California. Mr Chambers is-recovering' nicely from an appendectomy two weeks ago. Mrs Johanna Hanson ha<{ h»t son-in-law and* daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Davis of Mason City as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell were visited over the weekend by Mrs Campbell's parents, Mr and Mrs Hofrier Youflg of Garner. *• - • Mr and Mrs Jim Walker spent Friday evening at Lone Rock with' Mr and Mrs Elaine Saxton, Mr and Mrs Jack Craig and family have moved to Dakota City. They had been living in the Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson house on east Call street. Virgil Shackelford was taken to the hospital at Fort Dodge Monday morning for a few days' stay. Mr Shackolford has both legs broken and in casts. Infection has set in and the doctor advised a -few days in the hospital for treatment. Mr and Mrs Heinle Fisher will return Saturday to their home at Walker, Minn., afte a visit here with Mr and Mrs Robert Carney and other friends. Mr Fisher, whoxhas both legs broken, will return to Rochester, Minn., April 16th for further treatment. Mrs Fisher will begin opening their summer" resort fo the coming season. Mrs Owen Booth and daughter Karen were at Iowa City last week from Tuesday till Thursday. Karen had a check-up at the University hospital. During the absence of Mrs Booth, Mr and Mrs William Booth were here from Carroll to look after the other children and household. Jack Allen received his discharge from service March 15 and left Fort. Riley, Kan., for Cedar Falls where he arranged to enter the spring term and will \yprk on his Masters Degree. He will visit his parents, Mr and Mrs James' Allen till time to enter the college. Mf and MM JM Willf** «fef* visited Friday .by' Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller of Cor'with. Sbftja Mackintosh, teacher ef third grade at the flf/afii Building' if sick and Mrs William" Steele has been* substituting iOt her., * •'•'•. "••••'V > Mf and Mrs Willard 2*igi*f dfove\ to- Ren wick Sunday and visited Mrs 2eisler's brothfeMfi- law and sister, Mr and Mrs .fa'Ck Palmer. . , Mr and My Sduftiai Wilder, aha Mr affd Mrs Waltef .ZenWef spent last week Monday at Wai" thafn, Minn.,- with Mr and Mrs Mcril Bacom - • Mr and Mrs Willafd Z«i»tir were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Wilmar Brown and four children of Ditncombe. Mr Brown is one of the owners of the Star* lite theatef. ' ' Mr and Mrs Cre&rge S«frit were visited over night Thursday by Mrs Sefrit's sister Mrs J.,H. Beh- fer of Des Moines, who 'was en- route to Minneapolis, Minn., to visit her daughter. Sue LaBarre, Marianna Sieele and Edith Christensen are accompanying Carol \Nutter home economics teacher to Des Moines where they will attend an F.H.A. meeting Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ^ Mrs Ernest Williams is somewhat improved from a knee injury suffered when she and her husband were in Florida several weeks ago. She wrenched the knee while in a swimming pool and has been on crutches a considerable part of the time since. Mrs Ida Wittkopf was visi'ted a week ago by her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Kossick of Marshalltown and their friends, Mr and Mrs Norman Hanson who accompanied therh. Last week Sunday the visitors. Mrs Ida Wittkopf, Mr and Mrs Garret Wittkopf and family and Ida and Ella- Zumach were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Edwin Wittkopf. Mrs Fred Will accompanied her sister-in-law, Mrs Rose Lopcr to Omaha, Neb., and recently'- returned from there. Mrs Will visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Henry Neuman and Mrs Loper visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr "ond Mrs John McClintic who recently moved there from Des Moines. Mr McClintic is employed with a railroad company. Compare Our Price Compare Our Quality , v AND YOU'LL KNOW WHY THE EST FREEZER DEAL IS AT THE ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Admira! 17.03 MODEL 17F59 cu. fT, REG. $389.95 Freezer $309 Sealed-Off Compartment for Quick Freezing . . . "Child-Proof" Coin-Action Control . . . Safety Handle with Built-in Lock . . . Warning Signal light . . . Prortcttd Automatic Inferior Light. . . "Dry Wall" Construction — Will Not "Sweat" ,.. Pe«itiv« 3-Way Cold Seal.. . Stores 598 pounds of frozen food. 14 FT. UPRIGHT REG. $369.95 .. $299.95 20 FT. CHEST REG. $449.95 $350.0* ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1407 Commerical St. Phone 52 — Algpna Mt ftfld Mil Bon Wait* visited over the weekend by thrf laUer's btothef, Fred Englckirvg of Van Ho.rhV Mf and Mt* Don Biersftdl and t'hltdfen .were dinner guests Sun- flay of the ftirmet's parents,''Mi and JMtfs G. Behrerids at 1 LfJflt Reck. , 1 Mfs Lydia Wel*«l And hSr *6r Willis spe"nt the Weekend at £>e!| Moines with ,the former's•. sort-'• Ift'lav* and daughter, Mr and Mrt Omar McMahon; , Mt and Mr* Jo* Wilifet W»ft visited last Weekend by theii granddaughter 0onna May Mil- le'f and her friend Judy CJraria- genett of Corwitht The girl* were here with the 4-H gi'b'up.' Mr and Mtft Clyde Afnon dr«y« to. fistherviile last Week Sundaj. and were supper guests of Mi and Mrs ftlchter. Mf Richter'jf manager of the,new Davis Pain store which opened at Esther ville last December. Ccotge Benicholer has beei dismissed from St. Ann >hos'ptai where he was taken a fewr weeks. ago following a fall in which'h^ suffered a back injury. The vertebrae betweeVi the shoulder^ were affected but improvement' is now noticed. . Mrs Orville Wicks accompanied her sister, Mrs L. E. Rasmussen and Suzanne of Kanawha to Mason City Friday afternoon for a visit with friends. She returned to Kanawha with her sister and niece for an overnight visit. Robert Chambers was released from St. Ann hospital Thursday and is recuperating at the home of Mary Lytle with • whom his wife and two children have been staying since their furniture was shipped to California where ,the Chambers will make their home as soon as traveling is possible. Mrs Ben Wibbcn drove lo Bancroft Thursday where, she.was joined by her mother, Mrs Nets Godfredson and went on to Estherville to visit Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson to whom a daughter v/as recently born. The infant has been named Sandra Rose and is a niece of Mrs Wibben. Mrs E. H. Zitiriisch is expected home today (Tuesday) from the university hospital, Iowa City, where she was taken a few Weeks ago prior to the birth of a child. The infant born by .Caesarian section and a premature child- will remain longer at the hospital. He has been named Timothy John. ' Phillip Schneider, Eldon Moore came Sunday for a visit with the respective parents, Mr and Mr.-. Paul Schneider, Mr and Mrs August Schmidt. The boys are stationed at Fort "Leonard 1 Wood, Mo. After a furlough of 14 Phillip will report at Fort Knox. Ky., and Eldon will report at Fort Benning, Ga. Mrs Deb Hall and Maxinc Sweet returned to Algona Tues-. day following a visit to Pierre, S. D. where they became stranded in the Storm over the weekend of the '10th. Mrs Hall visited her mother at Pierre and then planned on joining her husband at Minneapolis 'where he is'''(in a two-week tour of duly in the air force reserve. Howevei'i the storm cancelled all plans and the two women returned to Algona as soon as travel was possible. Heinie Fisher, who had been at St. Mary's hospital, ' Rochester, since the first of the year, was flown to Algona Wednesday where he will be with his wife at the Robert Carney residence until such time that they* can return to their resort home at Walker, Minn., probably the( latter part of this month. Mr Fisher returns to the hospital at Rochester April 16 for a month of further treatment of his legs. 'In the meantime, Mrs Fisher will begin work in opening the resort Mr and Mrs John Spencer wer* visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Gten Kikijndall and son Roxio of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall, Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall and .Mien Marshall wefe visited Friday by Margaret Smith, oPWel- ,^11. She is grandmother of Lewis, Willis and Ellen Marshall.•V Phyllis Wertjes df JUakoia is •he new bookkeeper at Cowan Bldg. Supply. She assumed the "•tew duties recently after the resignation of Florence Sorensen who joined the staff at Brown's Studio. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall had is dinner guests last week Suri- iay the 'latter's patents, Mr and -drs Otto Ramus of LuVerne and juests at supper were her bro•her-in-law and sister, Mr & Mrs Jharles Sorensen of Cbrwith. Mr and Mrs Ari Wiese had Mr ind Mrs Monroe Bellamy of 'lason City as weekend guests. ; Mr and Mrs Bellamy lived here a few years . ago and- he was tjrucker for a bread firm. Later fie was transferred to Mason City. , Mr and Mrs Cecil Taylor are being visited by the latter's son, Lt. Howard' Franks, who has been located at the air base at Panama City, Fla. He is being .transferred to Chandler, Minn., and will be in the radar detect- in" department.of the-navy. . Schoby Reelected To Dairy Post ' At the annual meeting of the Iowa Slate Dairy association, Held March 14 at Fort Dodge, C. R. Schoby of Algona was elected 1 director-al-large of the organization. Schoby has served two terms as president of- the American Dairy Association. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF BEE -ZEE TRANSPORT . COMPANY JO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ,>fotice. is hereby given that the vhidcrsigncd have formed a corpora— • •• lion under the provisions of Chapter . 4!)1 of the 1954 Code of Iowa. The name of Ihe corporation is "Bee 2ee Transport Company" and Its principal place of buslrte* 'shall ,be at Lotio Rock, Iowa. The ge'ncrat nature of *the business shall bo as follows: To carry on a genera! trucking and transport business, arfd to that cn'd to purchase, own, lease, deal in and dispose of trucks and motor transports n'nd other vehicles and kindred appliances, and In connection therewith to carry on the business of storage, warehouse and forwarding, and the doing of each and every act or acts, thing or things incident to or-growing out oC said business, including the owning, leasing, holding,' erecting and maintaining of warehouses, garages an0 other buildings and real estate of whatever kind and nature incidental to or necessary in conjunction with said business, , and to transact and,carry on any other business not prohibited by law. The amount of authorized capital stock is Ten Thousand "Dollars iSlO,- noO.OO).,to be paid either In cash or in property approved by the Executive Council of the State of Iowa. The corporation shall commence business immediately upon the execution of these Articles and issuance of its Charter, and its existence shall be perpetual. The corporation shall be managed bv a board of directors, consisting <>!not less than three (3) nor more than seven (7) directors, to be elected ill the annual meeting on the last Friday of January of each year, and the officers shall be«a President. Vice- President and Secretary-Treasurer. Until the first annual meeting irt 1037 the following shall be officers: John K. Zalaznik, Algona. Iowa — President. Bahne K. Bahnson, Hurt. Iowa — 'Vice-President, L. E. Linnan. Algona. Iowa — Secretary-Treasurer. And the following shall be directors: John K. Zalaznik, Algona. Iowa. V. M. Zalaznik, Algona t Iowa. Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt, Iowa. M. A. Bahnson, Burt, Iowa. L. fe. Linnan, Algona, Iowa. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation. Tile Articles may be amended at any annual meeting or special meeting so called for that.purpose. Dated at Algona, Iowa this 30lh day of January, A.D., 105B. John K. Zalaznik Virginia M. Zalaznik Bahne K. Bahnson M, H. Bahnson Incorpofators (Published in the Algona (lowal Upper Des Moines, March 20, March 27. April 3, and April 10. 1!)5G). fuetday, March 20, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper D«i Mo!ni*-3 OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held April 11, 1D58, at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Chambers at the Cit^ Hall, Algona. Iowa, when the AlgohjPCity Council will consider changing the zoning of the following described real estate: The South Half (S'.a) of Block . 225, Call's Addition. Algona, Iowa. Lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. Block 2.'i7, Call's Slate' Street Addition, Algona. Iowa. .Lot One (1) of Ldt Eight (3) of the Auditor's Plai of the South 4' 3 rods of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 2, To\fnshlp 05 North, Range 2fl. West of the Stii P.M. to commercial district, being a hearing on report and recommendations of the Algona Zoning Commission recommending said change of zoning and being a hearing on proposed form of ordinance submitted to lh« Council by ritficl ZoMng ComrrtiRsion, now on file in the C'itv Clerk's office, Citv Hall, Alson.i, Iowa. , ' CITY OF ALGQ.NA, IOWA Dr. Cameron C. .Shierlt. Mflyof'. (Published March 2i>, 15)56, In the Al»on:i (town) Upper DCS MoinCS)' BAKE SALE & LUNCH From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Mar. 24 Episcopal Church Sponsored by Guild of St. Thomas Episcopal Church With Each and Every Pair of WORK SHOES or BOOTS Purchased 5 - PAIRS WORK SOX F-R-E-E DIAMOND'S SURPLUS SEE Kossulh County's Biggest Stock of Men's Spring Jackets — Reversible*, Washables, Lined and Unlinscl $3.95 to $8.95 K, I' LU. EASTER after E'ASTER I TlAfi P P P^HV SHOES for BOYS & GIRLS ARE THE CHOICE OF VALUE-WISE SHOPPERS! 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