The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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Z-Algona (la.) Uppfir Des Mdinet Tuesday, June 12, 1956 Swea-Harrison 4-H Club Tour June 4 Swea & Eagle — The Swea Harrison 4-H club tour was held Monday. June 4. The members and their parents mot at the Swea City park to start the tour. Thoy then proceeded to the home of Charles Heidenwith: Kaltvcd brothers. Larry Claussen, Wiskus brothers, Curtis Hanson. Dee Ann Swanson. J i m m i e Hard!, Karen Johanson, Maurice Lee Anderson, Duane Jensen, and Jerry Rasmussen. After a picnic at noon, the group went to the homes of Larry Torino, Richard Olson. Billy Johnson, Janet Thoreson. Kenny and Wallace Schmicking. Betty'and Billy Clark. Treva and Dannie Peterson, and Lois McGregor. A ball game was enjoyed at close of tour. Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Hans Peterson, underwent a lonsillec- tomy at Dr. R. F. Snyder's office Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Armand Schuller of Atlantic visited the past week at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Schuller. George Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs A. L. Anderson of River Grove. 111. recently visited his grandmother. Mrs Ed Fosgren, and aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Wcldon Brandt, before entering the Marine Corps. He will be stationed at San Diego, Calif. Jim Anderson of Dallas, Texas, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson, arrived home a week ago Friday. On Sunday June 3rd the above named attended commencement exercises of Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn, were the R. Andersons' daughter Margaret was one of the graduates. The Oscar Peterson Carpenter crew are building a new barn on Harry Tish farm, replacing the one destroyed by fire some weeks ago. Mrs Emil Larson entertained at a luncheon Wednesday afternoon in honor of her daughter (June) Mrs J. Arnold McCoy, Racine, Wis. who is visiting here. Guests were Mesdames Ann Dahl. Gregor Diem, Ed Peterson, Francis Sievold, Estherville; Arden Hovey, E. E. Lee of Lone Rock: Francis Torine, and Cher- vie Torine and Pearl Dahl. Emmanuel Art Anderson and SHAVEMASTER SINGLE SMOOTH HEAD shaves closer, cleaner than any other method, wet or dry. Rich ivory plastic Shavemastcr in luxurious gift case with gold electroplated fittings and trim. Genuine leather case has beautiful velduroi interior, white satin top lining. 5 YEAR FREE SERVICE GUARANTEE on Shavema^pr's exclusive powerful REAL motor. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES See it! New Whirlwind 20- tht big lawn mowtr that dots 5 big lawn jobsl |, MOWS 6tAH~"Suction Lift" gives "heinie" cu% 3, TIMMS ClQ$I^No more tiresome hand trimming, i. CUT! WllPS-Slashes growth over S feet high. | PUlVfBIZfS tlAVIS-Chews up 30 bushels a minute. MULCHfS TUHf-Nutritional mulch is almost invisible. 4. i. Lulu Haglund attended the wedding and reception for Janice Helen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mel Anderson of Waterloo to Don G. Barnett of Waterloo on June 2 at 3 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran church in Waterloo. Mrs Mel Anderson is the former Dorine Lincle of Swea City. Judy Decker of Whittemorc came Thursday for a few days visit at the home of grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Sander's. CD.A. Officers Installed June 6 At Wesley Wesiey—At the regular meeting of the C. D. A. June 6, Nellie Van Allen of Algona, district deputy, installed the newly elected officers. They were Maud Studer, grand regent; Minnie Bleich, vice-regent; Genevieve Goetx, financial secretary; Anastasia Richtsmeier, treasurer; Marjorie Becker, historian; Francis Weber, lecturer; Rita Youngwirth, monitor; Mary Joyce Haverly, sentinel; Rosemary Dornbier, prophetess; Josie Gouge, organist: Helen Youngwirth, Lizzie Hildman, Laura Richler, Josie Lickteig and Mae Gartnan as trustee. The lecturer led the Litany of the Sacred Heart. Following the business meeting bridge and 500 were played. On the entertainment committee were Sara Raney, Mary Kay Studer, Mildred Cosgrove, Mary Stott and Lucille Nelson. Lunch was served by Marie Bleich, Carolyn Hatten, Lulu Hanig, Agnes Lickteig and Teresa Otis. The next meeting will be July 11. New Coach Arrives Mr and Mrs Dennis Carlson and two children, Linda, 5, and Gail, 3, moved June 3 from Peterson into the house just west of Hamilton's Produce. About July 1 they will move into Mrs Ida Funnemark's home which they have rented, Mr Carlson has been hired as athletic coach and instructor in the public school. He will coach the 3 boys baseball teams this summer. School Program The two week Bible School in the local Evangelical Free church closed Friday evening with a program and light lunch at the church. Mrs Ivan Johnson and Darlene Bentele assisted Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson with the classes. The Bible School closed in the upper Flat Church with a program and lunch Sunday evening. Rev. Carlson acted as counselor at the State young folks encampment this week. Arndorfer, joined other delegates of 4-H clubs of 8 counties at a 3-day camp outing at Clear L a k c Wednesday. Personnel from Ames and local leaders went with the young folks. Supt. and Mrs Charles Mulliti left Tuesday morning for Camp Chaffer, Ark. to visit their son, James. . Stanley Hanig came last week for a visit at the parental Leo Hanig's. Stan is stationed at Camp Chal'fee, Ark. Jean and Susie Nelson, daughters of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson, had tonsillectomies at the Britt hospital Wednesday morning, June 6. Don Grant, oldest son of Mr %nd Mrs Frank Grant, is now employed as cream hauler at the Farmer's Cooperative Creamery. He graduated from Corwith public school last month. Mrs Kenneth Studer entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Monday, June 4, tor medical care. Mrs John Hughs' sister, Sister Mary Owen of Woodale, 111., came last week to spend a month at the Hughs home. Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson spent several days last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs Kenneth Donovan and family, at Spirit Lake. Madonna Froehlich and Gene- Foote of Chicago, 111. left for their home Saturday, June 2, following several clays visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlich and family, and other relatives. Guests at the R. C. Bauer home June 1 were Mr and Mrs A. J. Hannafan of Ruthven, and Mary Ellen and Sharon Henderson of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs George Wellik and family of Britt were supper and evening guests at the parental, R. C. B;iuer home, June 3. Mrs Louis Duda and two children of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Carl. Albee and family were guests at Mrs Mary Seifert's May 27. Emil Seifert of Mason City was at Grandma Seifert's June 3. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig returned home Tuesday from a month's visit with relatives at Dubuque, Chicago and Augusta, Maine. Mrs George Ostercamp had surgery at the Britt hospital, June 5. Margaret Ann Bleich won the flash camera at the Walker grocery store, Saturday night for bringing in the most milk box tops. Bruce Cranston won , camera at the Kraus store and Albert Lickteig at the Studer store. Julia Raney and Charlotte Wise began their work at St. Ann hospital, Algona, June 11. They graduated from the public- school here last month. Mrs Walter Light, formerly Ncdra Wolf, a former resident of Portland, now lives at Denver, Colo. Her husband is the tympanist with the Denver hymphony Orchestra. They have two boys. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch attended an old friend and neighbor picnic Sunday, June 3, at Ino Capesius near Irvington. Be- iwc-en 25 and 30 gathered for the occasion. Mrs C. L. Young, Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Mrs Lewis Larsen, Mrs David Bolie and Mrs Victor Fitch were the women from the Porl- land Township Homemakers club who toured Des Moines Tuesday June 5. They were among the 35 Kossuth county women, who went by chartered bus from Algona. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Becker's sister, Mrs Ralph Dugan, and son. Richard, of Estherville, and Tom Trenary returned Tuesday from an eight day visit to Indiana. They visiited friends and relatives at Derby, Indiana, where Tom Trenary was born and attended the 500 mile speedway races at Indianapolis, Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton left early Friday morning for psakis, Minn., where they will visit Mrs Tr.enary and Mrs Duncan's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Chris Chrisle'nsen. Anti-scalp staggered-wheel design. Front ex- chute ends clumping. Equipped with special Auditone muffler. flfCtrU storting available-recoil starting standard* A complete Line of Reel and Roiary Models available NORTON MACHINE WORKS Wtst of Courthouse Square Algona Attend Graduation Mr and Mrs R,. C. Bauer and Bill, Mr and Mrs John Bauer, Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes and Wilma went to Iowa City Thursday and on Friday attended the graduation of the former couple's daughter, Marlene, now Mrs Will Clemens, from the University. Mrs Clemens has done community teaching in the college part time the past year. She returned home with her folks Saturday for a week's visit. Lorraine Bleich left Monday for Des Moines, where she will attend a summer session at Drake University. She had spent several days at her parental, Leo Bleich home following the close of her studies at Drake, Earl Goctz, son of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz, attended Boy's State at Camp Dodge last week. ML- attendanee was sponsored by the local American Legion post. Mrs Lawrence Smith of Algonn was a caller in Wesley Friday morning. Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough and three daughters left Thursday evening for Agenda, Kan., where they visited Mrs Newbrough's parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Anderson, several days. Mrs Bridgett Smith and family of Algona, formerly of Wesley, accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Will Detrick, also of Algona, to Gillette Grove Sunday, June 3. Mrs N. F. Weber spent la.-t week at Jefferson with her clau- "hti»-. Mrs Calvin Meineke, and family. Al Lot-big, Jack Lickteig and Gordon Lot-big, the latter oi Mineral Wells. Texas, left Wednesday for several clays fishing at Woman Lake, Minn. Betty Tjaden arrived home Wednesday from Iowa State College. Ames, having completed her first year. Mary Tjadea graduated from the college Saturday. The Ralph Tjaden family attended the graduation exercises. Mary will teach in Hampton next year. Betty will attend summer school in Ames. Mrs Viola Sluder visited her daughter, Mrs Julius Keleli, and family at Worthington. Minn Monday, June 4. Enroute home.-. Mrs Studer visited the Will Gar mans at Burl. Sister Bernadette and Sistei Myra of Milwaukee, Wis. came Thursday for a visit with sifter, Emrnu Sluder. their triers. Ben G. Sluder aand Studer, their families and relatives several days. Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher am; Mis Albeit Lickleig received word Wednesday morning of the death of lather Joe Smith al the Biitl hospital. Mr and Mrs Robert Ruck wood and Bill returned home Wednesday afternoon from a 10-day trip to'Tucson, An/., where they had visited Mrs Rockwood's s;:;ler and fairjly. Mary Jynct Trunelle and Kail, erine Girres of the Wesley \Vi/- Mids 4-H girls club, Darlene Stu- ,!e!\ I)' lue.-, Studer "I Ihe l'r.,1 i le Pal.-. J'-'iry Grant Portland News Mrs Frank Becker and her sister, Mrs Robert Collett of Denver, Colo., attended Class reunion and celebration of the golden jubilee of St. Mary's school of nursing at Rochester, Minn. About 40 were present of the Class of 100. Mrs 'Collet! and Robbie, Jr. and her moth_-r- in-law, Mrs Marguerite Collett of Wellington, Kan., arrived a week ago Tuesday. ORDINANCE NO. 378 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING CERTAIN STREET GRADES FOR A PART OF WEST McGREG'OR STREET, A PART OF CHUBB STREET, A PART OF ROAN STREET AND A PART OF NEBRASKA STREET ACCORDING TO UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY LEVEL SYSTEM AND REPEALING ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH WHEREAS, the City Council is considering improvement of West McGregor Street from the west line of Dhiekford Street west to the city limits by means of bituminous paving or hhicklopping and it is necessary in connection therewith that grades be pstnhlished for said street proposed to be improved. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA: Section 1. That the elevations appearing in this Ordinance are based on the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Level System. Section 2. Tiie grades established herein are to the top of the curbing. Section 3. The following grades are hereby established: McGregor Street from Blackford Street to west city limits. Sta. 0 00 at intersection of Phillips mid McGregor Streets. Sia. North Curb South Curb •13.24 1188.82 1188.82 !4 • 00 _ 1185.80 1185.80 ! 45 , 00 1181.90 1181.1)0 82 1178.78 1178.78 mi-54 1176.05 1176.05 47 • 00 1174.10 1174.10 •• 50 1172.22 1172.22 48-00 1170.20 1170.20 •50 -_ .. 1168.42 1168.42 4!1 • 00 1167.50 1167.50 '50 llfifi.22 1166.22 SO-'00 .. _ HB5.08 _. 1165.08 • 50 1164.35 _ 1164.35 51 i 00 1163.70 1163.70 52 • 00 . 1162.60 1162.60 , !)1 1161.61 1161.61 Roan Street from State Street to McGregor Street. Sta. 0 '00 at intersection of State Street and Roan Street. Sta. East Curb West Curb 38 00 00 Op i 04 ,00 • 25 • 50 • 75 • 00 ; 25 : 50 11 HO.40 111)8.02 1197.56 J107.10 1106.08 1196.64 11516.14 1196.11 1196.32 111)6.74 1197.34 111)8.41 119!).64 1198.30 1198.02 1197.56 1197.10 1196.98 1196.64 1106.14 1196.11 1196.32 1196.74 1197.34 1198.11 1199.64 their bro- J. P. otllt-i ...a crystal cutting by For your table ; ; : crystal with a heart of fire . . . sudden little blue- white flames that spark when you turn a goblet in your hand. For such is the nature of handblown crystal when the design is cut, then polished to gemlike brilliance. Fostoria's Baronet is such crystal—crystal you'll be proud to own, proud to give. Come see it today. JEWEUB ALGONAJOWA AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY H 73 1401.14 - 1201.14 7 i 00 1202.84 1202.84 i 10 1203.52 1203.82 -(20 1204.12 1204.12 (30 1204.64 1204.64 -MO 1205.09 1805.09 450 1205.47 1205.47 -I 60 - 1205.77 1205.77 -}70 1206.00 1206.00 Nebraska Street from ttoan Street to Ackley Street. Sta. 0 i 00 at intersection oC Nebraska Street and Phillips Street. Sta. North Curb South Curb IB ! 00 1200.25 1200.25 • •• 80 .._ 1187.85 _ 1197.85 17 i SR Iin0.45 . 11S1G.-15 -| 75 1196.26 line.26 10,00 ._ 1106.24 1196.24 425 1196.31 ..._ 11D6.31 450 1196.57 -- 1196.57 19 fOO - . - 1197.19 __ 1197.11) ,50 . 1197.81 1197.81 I -|-75 1198.06 _ , 1198.06 204-00 1198.02 1198.02 f 10 1197.96 _.. 1197.96 (-82 1196.76 1106.76 21400 1196.34 1196.34 Chubb Street from Phillips Street to Railway Right-of-way. Sta. 0 f 00 at intersection of Chubb Street and Phillips Street. 9ta. North Curb South Curb 0440 1200.34 1200.34 I 60 ....... 1200.50 - 1200.50 (80 1200.84 1200.84 (90 1201,04 1201.04 1 I 10 1201.24 , 120124 -( 35 1201.88 1201.88 1 60 ... .. 1202.12 1202.12 Section 4. The differential between existing city datum line established bv existing Algona Ordinance No. 29 and the United States Coast and Geodetic Level System is hereby determined to be 1007.81 leet. Section 5. All ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 6. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as required by law. Passed, adopted and approved this 5th day of June, A. D., 1956. Dr. Cameron C. Shlcrk Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuff ham " City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 378 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 5th day of June, 195C, is hereby duly authenticated. Dr! Cameron C. Shierk Mayor (SEAL) Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk (Published Juno 12, 1956 in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Dos Moincs) Now! SAVE 4 OO ON FOUR GALLONS OF Dupont HOUSE PAINT (Professional Painters' Choice) There's one just right for your home. All easy to apply . . . last for years. Duftmt Choosa :ho Du Pont House Paint that'f exactly right for your home's exterior. 1$ your houa« Stucco? Shingle? Brick? Du Ponl^ Faini Chemistry has made lh* right'paint So- each type. Each was designed to do a particular job best - . . and does it. 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