The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
Page 22
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April 17,1956 ;Jltottte£ Andrit Springis, Former Lakot a Resident, Weds Lakota _ Andrit Springis, -son of Rev. and Mrs Fritz Springis of Elma and Phyllis Maxine Karge of Blue Earth were united in marriage Sunday, April 8tlrin the East United Brethren , Church near Blue Earth. The groom's' father performed the ceremony. Allan Smith served as an usher and Barbara Peterson was a bridesmaid. Both are school mates of the former groom. Andrit graduated from the La* kota high school in 1955 and entered the army soon afterwards. Rev. Springis, father of Andrit, was pastor of the local Methodist church until last June. Among those attending the wedding were Mr and. Mrs £m- ory Smith, Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske. • . Gutknecht .were in Rochester, Minn., Tuesday for routine check' lips' at the Mayo Clinic. Mrs Edward Stafford • of Galena, 111., passed away Saturday night after an illness of several months, a victim of cancer. Mrs Stafford has visited irt Lakota several times when her sort Lar ry and family were residents here, Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford flew to Galena from their home in Yankton, S. D., Sunday mom- ing. Mr and Mrs'Wayne Heetland, Elmer Paulsen, Mrs Ronald Heetland and Mrs J.erry Heetland drove to Galena to attend the funeral. Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena drove to Ames Sunday afternoon The Misses to visit Dr. and_ Mrs Maynard Ukena. Their visit was primarily to see the television appearance of' their son Paul Who took the part of the jailor in the story of the trial of Joan, of Arc. The reception of .the N.B.C. stations is not good In this area, how- zver, several local relatives of Paul did see him on the screen during- part of the play over a St. Paul channel. He Will make another appearance Saturday night, April 14th on Max Liebe- and Lena man's program, in the role of Salvation Army Drive To Open Announcement was made today by the local Salvation Afmy unit committee headed by H. J. McNeririey of Bancroft, with M. L. Gilmore, Algous,' treasurer, that the annual drive for funds will get underway soon. Others on the local unit Service committee are Dr. M. G. Bourne, Antoinette Bonnstetter, Mrs Marvel Immerfall, H. B. Waller and Dr. R, C. Dowel. The county quota is $1,080. Donations may be mailed to Mr Gilmore. A portion of the money raised is used locally. KUbla Khan in "Marco Polo." Royce Hippen has arrived home after completing two years iof army service. He was with the 34th Anti Aircraft Artillery and las been on Okinawa the past year and a half. Royce is the son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Hippen. Mrs J. C. Blome and Mrs Ray- mond Winter will be hostess".to the Ledyard Township Hon makers April 20th instead of April 13th... ' , , Burdette Charles HoepphCT'is recovering nicely from a tonsil* ectomy, performed at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday. Mr and Mrs Donald Winter are parents of a 9 pound daughter born Saturday, April 7th, in the Buffalo Center hospital. She has been named Debra Ann. Mrs Johanna Frerichs, mother of Mrs C. C. Gerzema underwent major surgery last week. She is nearly 85 years of age. , Mrs James Smith,and Mrs Elmer Paulsen were hostesses'.to the Miriam Circle Thursday, afternoon. Mrs Wm. Wirtjes gave' the devotions artd Mrs HSrlan Kruse reviewed ^he last, quarter of Christian Living, family style. Mrs Orville Ruby was hostess" to the Esther Circle and Mrs Donald Clapper, the Mary Circle Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Robert Ruby are parents of a son, Kim Robert,; born in Blue Earth. Mr arid Mrs Orville Ruby are grandparents for the first time. / IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Offer Prizes For Slogans On Getting Oul The Vote Winners Will City OK, Storm Sewer Project Algona's city special session council held a on April 4th, the most important item of business was • a resolution of necessity for construction of storm sewers in sub-district one in the eastern part of town. The resolution made it possi'- e for the city to go ahead with probable storm sewer work in that sub-district, and followed passage of a resolution on appraised valuations of property in the area, fixed by J. M. Herbst and A. H. Borchardt, on behalf ill &#:&&5*:$«$ The Great Cities Service ' ... . ' Combination-Like a New ••...-.. Spring Outfit for Your Car! • w II '•-•"— I > ""•—^™««M»^HHBMM^HMH 5-D Gasolene and 5-DKoolmotorOil! Try this greaf combination—for new life in your car/ Your «ar can't be right for warm-weather driving without these vital services) Pon't 19 Stranded on the flrtt hot day this season. Let ypur Cities Service Dealer drain, flush, refill your radiator to guard against overheating, Stop Oil from Stealing gaso- lene mileage, A spring change to 5-P Koolmotor means per- feet engine lubrication AND increased gasolene mileage. Don't Squeak your way through summer! Chassis lu-> bricatjon with Multi-Purpose Trojan H Grease will make your car feel younger, more alive I Get Back Safely) Have the assurance of a spring safety check. Ask about new Tubeless Milemasters and Dry-Charged "Tri-FiU" Batteriea, CITIES SERY1CE-FOR THI BI5T SPRING CHECK-N-CHANGE IN TOWN! STATE & PHIUIPS ITS, HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE IOWA of the city council. An assessment plat and schedule nnd estimate of cost for construction of a system of storm servers for that area was filed by M. W. Bittinger, engineer. i Total cost of such a storm sewer system would be $83,560. An open hearing on the resolution of necessity will 1 be held in the city hall at 7:30 p.m. April 30. In other action during the night, William Cummings , received permission by resolution to construct, sanitary sewer from the corner of Main and Nebraska streets south to McGregor street. He will foot the bill himself. Ranney Leek, who intends to install curbing on the north side of his property, and the city okayed the idea, suggesting if Leek would construct curbing around the corner of the intersection of Garfield and Pine streets, the city would do the necessary excavating and construct an intake at said intersection. It was also announced the council will receive petitions from property owners desiring curb and gutter or blacktopping during 1956 until 7:30 p.m. May 9. Information may be obtained at the city clerk's office. The council will hold a regular meeting Wednesday night, April 11. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Also Visit In State House Kossuth County Farm Bureau women are again working on the "Get-Out-The-Vote" prior to (ho primary election on June 4. The women are urging everyone to take time out and go to the polls and vote .the choice of party and candidate at this primary election. The Farm Bureau women with the cooperation of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau is awarding four cash prizes in the amount of $10 for 1st, and $5.00 for 2nd, for each girl and the same for each boy, 18 years of age and under, in which they complete the following statement in 25 words or less: I believe my parents should vote because Besides this cash award in this county the purpose of this contest would be to select the best statement from a boy and a girl from each county. The county boys and girls winning statement to be sent on to u State contest where they will be judged by Farm Bureau Districts. The winning boy and girl from each of the nine Farm Bureau Districts will be taken to Des Moines to visit the 1957 Legislature, Governor's office, Dept. of Public Instruction, and other points of interest with transportation and noon banquet to bo paid by the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Letters have gone to all Superintendents to all the schools in Kossuth County asking them to urge all of the 18 and under students to participate in this contest. This contest is open to anyone under the above age, however, they MUST be submitted and in to the Farm Bureau office no later than Monday, May 7th to qualify for the above awards. Cresco Chums At McNeill Home The Cresco Chums met at the home of Sheryll McNeill, with Cathleen Znugg assisting hostess, April 2. Twenty seven were present. Sandra Schneider and Karen Zaugg gave talks and Betty Besch and Cathleen Zaugg gave picture study. Delores Eisenbarth was elected by the group to attend the convention at Ames and Cathleen Zaugg and Theresa Thilges were elected to attend camp. Music was led by Joyce Riebhoff and Jeanne Friders was in charge of recreation. CLEARANCE SAVE ON EVERY ITEM! LADIES' SHOES Odd lot sizes and colors! 4 NEW PATTERN II RONDO" PCLE. yd. 39c REGULATED COTTON 79c MEN'S & BOYS' SHIRTS Ass'td. Sizes and Colors »1 SPECIAL! LADIES' DRESSY SKIRTS STRIPE & SOLID COLOR CANNON TOWELS Bath Towels 2"<$1 Wash » c,o,hs BOYS'DOUBLE KNEE 1 44 JEANS Sanforized I Sizes 4-12 -•- Ladies'60 Ga. Nylon Hose Gingham Fancies. yd. 79c Embossed Cotton _ yd. 59c Ladies' Hopsacking Short Coats Sizes 8-16 MEN'S RAYON DRESS PANTS $ 4 Dupont Dacron o Filled Pillows for Boys 7 Western Style Jeans Sizes 6-16 166 Cotton Plisse 3yds. 1.00 Chambray 2yds. 1.00 REDUCED I LADIES' $ SPRING HATS COTTON PLISSE SLIPS Full Length Sizes 32 - 44 177 80 Sq. Percale '• ar 8 e Selection 4 yards 4**-$! LADIES' Crinkle Cotton & Nylon Duster Robes 344 Imported Scissors $ Extra Sharp FULL LENGTH WOOL COATS Sizes 8-16 $16 LADIES' COTTON HALF SLIPS Sizes S.M.L. 133 ROSEBUD PRINT BLANKETS Si " 72x90 398

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