8-AlgeiMi (la.) Upper Des Moirte* Tuesday, May T, 1$56 CAtt Mr and Mrs C. L. Cavanaugh returned Wednesday, after spending the winter in Florida. Degree of Honor Lodge wil) meel Monday evening. May 7. at 7:45 o'clock at Moose Hall. Esther Quinby was visited over the weekend by her cousin, Mrs Frances Kohn of Cedar Falls. Mrs Ed Goecke and little son Joe spent Wednesday at Emmetsburg with Mrs Quenton Jamison •'•• Richard, son of Mr and Mrr Eugene Muller, is having a siege of measles. Mr and Mrs Ed Wilkins drove to Des Moines Sunday and Mr: 1 Wilkins attended a meeting of Shirley Shipler and her brother Jimmy spent a recent week end at Storm Lake with Mr and Mrs Bill Marshall and family. The monthly luncheon of St. Cecelia's Guild will be held Thursday, May 3, at the Academy. Cresco mothers and daughter? club will meet Wednesday afternoon, May 9, with Mrs Wm Runchey. Mr and Mrs Ben Potter spen Saturday at Emmetsburg wi tithe ir son ' and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Dwight Potter. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley spent last week Sunday at EstherviJle with Mrs Finley's mother, Mrs William Vagle. Mrs Charles LaBarre returned Saturday from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had treatment for a back ailment. Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom. Mrs Ellen Bjustrom and Milan spent Sunday at LuVerne with Mr and Mrs Cliff Bjustrom. Mrs Eugene Murlagh is recovering from virus bronchitis which she has had the past fortnight. Mrs C. J. McEvoy took a car load of Academy students to Emmetsburg, Wednesday, to attend a D.Y.O. meeting. Mr and Mrs John Romer were visited Wednesday by Mrs Romer's uncle, ' Chris Beck of Corwith and father William Beck of Dickens. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey were visited over the weekenu by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Blinkman of Shakopeo, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke spenl Sunday at Auburn with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs C. P Rauch and at Carroll with th< former's father, Joe Goecke. Mr and Mr» Gale Stockwel) spent the weekend at Sioux City with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Tillman. Cherie Nelson had Pamela Johnson as overnight guest Friday. They are daughters of Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson and Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ezra Blanchard were visited over the weekend by the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Wolf of Waterloo. Mrs Wayne Mr and Mrs W. J. Siqsbce ,, spent the weekend at Clinton with Mrs Sigsbee's brother an-I sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Wegener. Ann O'Brien, a student at the Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien. Mrs SvlvU Martin arrived home Thursday after spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs James Powers of Melbourne and Mrs Ray McCorkle of Austin, Minn. Joan Goecke and Julie Elbert vent to Carroll Sunday and attended the D.Y.O. awards meeting at the Kuemper high school They sang in the all dioscene chorus. Dora Mitchell was recently visited by her sister, Mrs Arthur Mallory of Hampton and at the conclusion of the visit. Miss Mit- cn-.ui returned with her for s tew day's visit Mr and Mrs Art Schweppe had »v, 0 ff-Tier's brnther-in-law ana sister, Mr and Mrs Albert Munsterman and daughter June of-St. James, Minn., as supper guests Saturday. Mr and Mrs Howard Seely were visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in law, Mr and Mrs James Seely and son Scottie Bill of Vinton. James is extension/ directoi there. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell drove to Cedar Falls, to visit their respective children, Carol Collin' and Floyd Hutzell, students al Iowa State Teachers college. Dorothy Hagg and her class mate Betty McDonald of Delmai <=oent the weekend here wiH Dorothy's parents, Mr and Mr? Ed Hagg. The girls are student- at the Iowa State Teachers College. Among those who took Boy Scouts to the Okoboji camp Friday were Mrs Imelda Engesser and Mr and Mrs Arthur Glasc-r Another group was taken tc camp Saturday morning by Mi* R. B. Waller. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips have moved to Sexton where they have purchased a home and acreage of Mrs Carrie Olson. Thev have sold their house on south Sample street to Bridget M Smith. Mr and Mrs Cleo Shipler and sons of Pecos, Texas were re- ceiu visitors at the C. S. Shipler home. They returned last Friday. Mrs Bill Marshall and girls of Storm Lake were also visitors for a' fe\v days. Mr and Mrs Alex Nielsen were visited Saturday by their son-in- law and daughter. Mr and Mir. George Ross of Marion. One of the children stopped at Clcai Lake to take part in a musio festival being held there. Mrs Fred Peterson was iaksr: to University hospital, Iowa City last week Wednesday by her son- in-law. Frank Smouse of Swes City. She has been having ;•> throat ailment and it is not known yet whether or not she will have surgery. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason had as linner guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Fred Eason anc; family of Alton and the Eason's sons-in-law and daughters. Mi and Mrs Ervin Ogland of Eagle Grove and Mr and Mrs Jamc- Potter and children. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling returned Sunday from Costa Mesa, Calif., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Stanley Miller. Enroute home they stopped nt Fort Collins. Colo., to visit Mrs Sterling's brother-in-law and sister They were gone about three weeks. Mrs William Geering has returned from Clearvvaler, Kan., where she had visited several weeks with her son-in-law and laughter, Rev. and Mrs Everett Black. The three months-old daughter of the Blacks, Billie Jo has been hospitalized in Wichita under care of a specialist but is now at home. New officers elected by members of the Women's Society of the First Baptist church am a? follows: President, Arny Geering; vice president, Esther Willason: secretary, Vera Miller; treasurer. Olga Jordon; Circle chairmen Doris Keith, Mabel Richardson and Delia Reaper. Mr and Mrs Paul Nordstrom became the parents of a baby daughter, Kim Marie, born on A.pril 25 in Portland, Oregon. Paul was a former resident of Algona and is now with the Auditing Department of U. S National Bank in Portland. This ; s their first child. Paul lives in Oswego, Ore. Mrs A. B. Oakland. Mrs M. E. Clements and Mrs Ray Beamish were in Fort Dodge Thursday and met Mrs Jerry Beamish who was . there to consult a doctor about her arni. She suffered an injury sometime ago and recently the arm has been giving her trouble. She and her husband iive at Ames where Jerry is at- ending the Iowa State college and will be graduated in August. Mr and Mrs jUyle Steele, and Mrs Steele's mother, Mrs Adelia Carrel, left Thursday for a week trip to Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., and will visit Mrs Steele's sister, Mrs Nellie Moon and children, Adelia and Bill. During their absence Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding, Becky and Jiinie are staying at the farm. Mrs Erpelding is another daughter of Mrs AdeHa Carrel. Don Baade of Titonka has been released from army service and has returned home. He has been 'iverseas. His wife, the forme) Janice Ostrum, a nurse at Broad- lawns hospital, Des Moines, wil' have a two weeks leave and wil' ioin her husband. They will visi Don's family at Titonka and will spent a part of the time here with Mrs Baade's mother, Mr? Elliott Skilling and grandparent? Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum. Mrs Arthur Obrecht is slowly recovering from a recent heart attack and is now up a little each afternoon. She is being cared foi by her mother, Mrs Ellen Ferder of Fort Dodge. Tuesday they had as callers Mrs Obrecht's sis ter, Mrs Helmer Kaiser, Mrr William Phillips and Mrs George Taylor of Rolfe. Thursday the> were visited by Mrs Ferden's sis ter, Mrs Frank Swinney of West Bend. Mrs Ferden went to Rolft for the weekend to attend a Mothers and Daughters banqud *nd to vii-it relatives. First aid instruction classes •toi-o h"'rl five nights last week at the high school building. Attending were Rev. Cloyd, Chel Cook, Rev. John Kain, Dam- 1 Sparks, Walter Steven, Waltei McBride, Joyce Hayden, County Health nurse, Ernie Hutchinsor )f the police force and Mrs Cletu. Albert. Mrs Merle Moxley ha^ resigned as chairman and Mr; Cletus (Irene) Elbert has Uikor her place. Mrs Moxley will d> full time teaching next schoo year and will not have time t< devote to the Red Cross super vision. Last Call For City Blacktopping It's still not too late for any Algonans interested in blacktopping or curb and gutter, or ^oth, to get the job done this summer. According to Mayor C. C. Shierk, petitions for street improvement turned in by local property owners before May 9 will be considered in time for work •his season. The council will discuss all petitions turned in at their meeting that night. Any petitions turned in later than that iato will be held over until next year. The first military band was established by order of "Frederick the Great of Prussia, in 1763. Mrs Schufjer, 48, Of Titonka Rites Monday Titonka — Mrs Leona Kuchen- reuther Schutjer. 48, died Friday noon ;it the Buffalo Center hos- pitnl. Mrs Schutjcr underwent surgery about a year ago, but seemingly \V-as fully recovered. She suffered a relapse, was rushed to the hospital, where she died soon afterward. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the Titonka Methodist church, with Rev. Max Goldman officiat- nj;. Burial was in the Buffalo T\vp. cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Reynolds, Wm. Fritz, Leo Richter. Henry Radmaker, Rov \V"lrod. and Wm. Peterson. Surviving are the husband. Clarence, and three children, Mrs Bonnie Burgess, Mrs Fred Hoffman and Terry, all of Titonka. Mr<- S"lvit.ier was a member of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church, and tbe American Legion Auxiliary. Brothers and sisters surviving are Mis Frank Rakow of Wesley, Mrs John Rippentrop of Buffalo ''enter, Mrs Bertha ' Asher of Spencer, Harold Kuchenreuthcr of Algeria, Lynn of Titonka and John of Ames. LuVerneWAC Is On Champ Team Camp Zama, Japan •— WAC Specialist Third Class Elda Northrop, 21, daughter of Mi- and Mrs Paul A. Northrop, LuVerne, Iowa, recently helped her team win the Far East Women's invitational basketball tourney at Camp Zama, Japan. Specialist Northrop played for the 8030th Army Unit's WAC'De- tachment. In the Far East since last June, she entered the Women's Army Corps in'November 1952'and received basic training at Fort Lee, Va. . Specialist Northrop is a. 19.52 graduate of LuVerne Independent High School. Algona Airport Log Apri. 18 — L. E. Stimson, Brawley, Cal., Aeronca Champ; McCullough'ts air ambulance to Iowa City; 'Des Moines Flying Sery., Des Moines, Tri-Pacerf Superior Oil Co., Des Moines, Cessna 180. Apri. 20 — Hunter Flying Serv., Cedar Rapids, Cessna 180; Earl Howard, Ames, Cessna 170; Des Moines Flying Serv., Des Moines, Bonanza; PA-12 from Webster City. Apr. 22 — Fred Marquis, Waterloo, Bonanza. April 23 — Bonanza from Albuquerque, New Mex. NOTICE OF BOND SALE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the -City Clerk at Algona, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day of May, 1!)5G, for the bonds hereinafter described. At the hour above named all sealed bids which nave been received will be referred tu the City Council at a meeting 'then to V>c held in the Council Chambers in 1lip City Hnll n( Algona. toWft, ACler i he receipt of such sealed bid*, Yf any. open bids will he received find the bonds will then be sold to the highest bidder for cftsli. The bonds offered are the following: ^fRKKT CONSTRUCTION In the principal amount of 000.00. to be dated May 1, J9B8, In the denomination of si.OtHJ.OO each, and to mature as follows: S5.000.00 on November 1. 1957 K $5.000.00 on November 1. 1958 S5.000.00 on November 1, 19S9 ••' $5.000.00 on November 1, 1980 • $5.000.00 on .November 1, l!Xil $5.000.00 on November 1, 1962 $5,000.00 on November 1, 1963 STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS, In the principal amount of $49,^ 000.00. to be dated May 1, 1!)58, in the denomination of $1.000.00 each, and to mature as follows $5.000.00 on May 1, S5.000.00 on Mny 1, 1957 , . 1958 $5.000.00 on Mny 1, 1059 $5.00000 on May 1. I960 $5.000.00 ; on May 1, 1961 $6.000.00 on May 1, 19G2 $0.000.00 on May 1, 1963 ~ 1964 1965 6.000.00 on May $6.000.00 on May 1, The City reserves the right to call said Street Improvement Bonds at any time, and said bonds shall be payable only nut of special assessments levied to pay the cost tif street improvements. SEWKR CONSTRUCTION' BONDS, in the principal amount of $100;000.00 to be -dated May 1. 1956, in the denomination of $1.000.00 each, and to mature as follows: $ 5.000.00 on November 1. 1957 • S 5.000.00 on November 1, 1958 $10.000.60 ort November 1, 1959 SI0.000.00 on November 1, 1960 $10.000.00 on November 1. 1961 $10.000.00 on November 1, 1962 ' SiO.DOO.OO on November 1, 1D03 $10.000.00 on November 1, 1964 $'0,000.00 on November 1. 1965 $10,000.00 on November 1, I960 $10.000.00 on November 1, 1967 SF.WER IMPROVEMENT BONDS, in Die principal amount of $6,000.00. to bo dated May 1. 1!)56, in the denomination of . $500.00 each, and to mature as follows: $ 500.00 on .May 1. 1957 $ 500.00 on May 1. 1958 $ 500.00 on May 1, 1959 $ 500.00 on Mav 1, 1960 $ 500.00 on May 1, 1961 $ 500.00 on May 1, 1962 $1000.00 on May 1. 1963 $1000.00 on May 1. 19G4 $1000.00 on May 1. 1965 The City reserves the right to tall said Sewer Improvement Bonds at any time, and said bonds shall be payable only out of special assessments levied to pay the cost of sower improvements. Bids for the aforementioned bonds shall specify the rate of interest at which the Bidder will take the bonds at par .plus accrued interest. Said bonds will be sold subject to the opinion as to their legality of Bannister. Carpenter, Ahlers & Cooney, Attorneys, of Des Moines. Iowa, which opinion, together with the printed bonds will be delivered to the purchaser. The City reserves the right to waive informalities and to reject any or all bids. By order of the City Council. Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk of Algona. Iowa (Published May 1. and May 8, 1950. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) NOTICE OF HEARING «N THE ISSUANCE OF 535,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS, S49.000.00 STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS, $100,000.00 SEWER CONSTRUCTION BONDS, AND S6.000.00 SEWER IMPROVEMENT BONDS, OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. Notice is hereby given that In the Council Chambers in the City Hall at 7:30 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day oi May, 195G, the City Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, will hold a hearing on the matter of the issuance of $35,000.00 of Street Construction Bonds payable from general taxes for the purpose of paying the cost of the construction of the concrete curb and gutter project constructed under contract with Glover Construction Com* pany, dated April 22, 1955, and $49.1)00.00 of Street Improvement Bond* payable from special assessments. A hearing will also be held at said time and place on the matter of the issuance of $100,000.00 of Sewer Construction Bonds payable from general 'axes and $0,000.00 of Sewer Improvement Bonds payable from special assessments levied against benefited properties; said sewer bond issues to pay the cost of the construction of sewer improvements under the following con- .ru'.'ts, to-wit: Clark & E'itz Construction Company under two contracts, lated August 18, 1355, Lundeil Conduction Company contract dated November 10, 11)56, Schramm Bros, of -leav Lake. Iowa, contract dated De- •c-mber 29, 1955. For further particulars in regard to said improvements and said proposes} expenaiiures covered by the above de- sciibed bonds, see the records on file lor public inspection in the office of the City Clerk in the City Hull, Algona. Iowa. Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk of Algona, Iowa (Published May 1, 1!»5G, in The Algona (lowaj Upper Des Moines) (MlWJMJsSSSSS/>/W/^^^ 'XUZ»X>& LA ST WEE K! LEUTHOLD THE HUB CLOTHI6RS STAMPS S tt&U* If OtKit, © Upper Des Moines Publishing Co* Phone 1100 P. O. Box 69 ALGONA, IOWA YtHJB, nftOR 1 * QUALITY 8HRVICB 8TAMP8 • • •— • MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS VALUES TO $5.00 •Choice of either long or short sleeved shirts — all beautifully tailored and finished. Patterns, plain colors. 2.78 MEN'S COAT PAJAMAS 2.78 VALUES TO $3.95 Favored coal style pajamas in extra fine fabrics — wide selection of plains and fancies. All sizes — and a beaut of a buy! MEN'S T-SHIRTS REG. $1.00 VALUES! Made of finer combed cotton, nylon reinforced neck. 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