The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1956
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2—Algona (la.) Upper De« Moines Tuesday, November 13, 1956 WSCS Circles At LuVerne Met Nov. / LuVerne—Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday, Nov. 7. Circle !, at the Mrs Elmer Kub- Iv home, assisted by Mis Loyd Lsuson. Guests were Mrs Mary Shultz. Mrs Henry Kubly and Mrs Worthy Usher. The devotions weie led by Mrs William Goetseb and Mi's Harold Wolf gave the lesson. Mrs Wolf, e;r- ele chairman, presided at the business. Circle 2. at the Mrs Jess Lindebak home. Mrs C. O, McClellan assisting. Fourteen members answered roll call with a Bible verse. Mrs Jessie Sanford led the devotions. Mrs Ralph Stoll gave the losson. Mrs Sanford, circle chairman, presided at the business. Circle 3, at the Mrs Edward Dehnert home, assisting. Mrs Nels Jensen. Fourteen members answered roll call. "Something to be thankful for." Mrs Jensen led the devotions and Mrs John Voss, Jr., gave the lesson. Mrs Norma E. McClaran. circle chairman, presided. Purchase Creamery •" Eldon Marty and Ole Carlson of near Remvick have purchased a creamery at Waltham, Minn. They will convert the creamery into a cheese manufacturing plant. LuVerne Township Homcmak- ers met at the home of Mrs Ralph Oxloy. Thirteen members answered roll call and one visitor. Mr.-, John Voss. Jr.. and Mis Norma E. McClaran gave an interesting talk on the trip they took with other groups from other clubs to the landscaping trip. Mrs Alfred Felt gave a talk on organization. The next meeting will oe December 7 with Mis John Voss. Jr. This will be a Christmas gift exchange. to hriiifc a SI.00 gift. Mrs Harry Naff/iger and Mrs John Voss. Jr., were in Algona Thursday at a meeting for leaders of Girls 4-H clubs. Mrs Harold Rost and her mother-in-law, Mrs Roger Rost, KOI i Dodge, have gone to Fort Lewis. Taeorr.a. Wash, to visit Harold Rost in service. Mrs Harold Rosl, the former Lois Hedrick of Lu- Verne. will remain with her husband. Mr and Mrs Marion Santee and children of Rockwell City were Saturday and Sunday visitors in the Mr and Mrs Forest F. Felt home. i Mr and Mrs James Felt and sons of Algona were Sunday Citests at the parental, Forest F. Fett home. Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and daughters visited Monday evening with his grandmother, Mrs Josephine Brink who was observing her eighty-fifth birthday in the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Percy Brink. Recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Irvin Chapman ami Cheyenne were Mr and Mis Merle Martin of Spring Hill, Kansas. Mrs Martin is a sister of Mrs Chapman. Etirl Jans-sen, Valeria and Lois, took their son and brother. Don- D#o:o»x83w»»3OT»a^:o.o»3ffo»^ O p .O .O 8 I § 0 .O .O. I 0: Thank You I wish to express my sincere thanks to the voters of the third district for their loyal support given me in the election Nov. 6. John H. Rode TITONKA 9 « . o V. ' - '..(!. O. ,0;' - - -•<• O' ^oo:oox>:o:ox>,o:o:A^ct^o.o.oo^.ox>ooao:o'oo.o.o.oo.o:oao0.o;oiO«oo:ox>A3 c*;o&£:o.c«{0;ao:o:o.0^^ Mr. Cattle Feeder aid. back to University hospital at Iowa City Monday. Donald. who has been a surgical patient under observation there spent the past two weeks on vacation with his parents, brothers and sisters. Mr and Mrs E. B. Thomas visit- eel Sunday afternoon in Dakota City at the home of her niece, Mi and Mis I 1 'red Lowe. Mr and Mrs James Mallory had as guests Saturday her sister. Mi and Mrs Howard Boyer .aid daughter Becky and Sunday guests in the Mallory home wen Mr and Mrs Richard Adams and family all of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Kldon Guess and daughter. Sunny, spent Monday in Clear Lake visiting their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Donald Knifiht and daughter Dave Ann. Mr and Mrs Ben Olson of For' Dodge visited their friends, Mr and Mrs E. 13. Thomas and Ruth Sunday. Mr "and Mrs Herbert Kaiser and daughter. Helen, were weekend visitors in Council Bluffs. Mrs Clara Rogers went to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Lewarne and children. The Friendly 500 Card Club met Monday afternoon in the- home of Mrs Frank Gronbach for a farewell courtesy for one of their group, Mrs Emma Hoep- IHT who leave* to make her home in Omaha, Neb. She was presented with a gift by her friends Mrs Anna Blumer was a guest. At play, high, Mrs Herman Him- and low, Mrs Anna Hanselman. Mrs E. B. Thomas accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs- Lowell Thomas, went to Badger Tuesday afternoon, where they attended the funeral of Mrs Sam Larson. 70, friend of Mrs E. B. Thomas. Mrs Nelle Biegger attended funeral rites for Mrs Elixabeth Me- Dermott. 78, in Sacred Henri Catholic Church in Eagle Grove Saturday morning. Burial took place in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs McDermott passed away Thurs day in Hammond, Ind., where she had lived the past ten years. She was the mother of Lawrence McDermott, of Thor, son-in-law of Mrs Biegger. Weekend visitor:; in the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Naff/iger and children were her parents. Mr and Mrs Ray Wagner and Jo Ann, and Sharon Harrington ol Maynard. Sunday guests were Mr' and Mrs Harold Tepple and daughter of Nora Springs. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Thompson and children of Lauren.' visited his mother, Mrs Ma be! Thomoson, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bert Put/stuck report the birth of a six pound, six ounce daughter born Tuesday Nov. 6, in the Lutheran hospital to their son-in-hiw and daughter Mr and Mrs Paul Bell of Eagle Grove. Mrs Bell is the fortnei Marjoi ie Put/stuck. Mr and Mrs Harold Klasse went to Kenniniore, Wise., Tuesday to spend Vhe day visiting her sisler, Mrs Mack McGill and family. Mrs Ray Stone returned hoim Saturday from Madison, \Vis. She reports Mureia Stone underwen' surgery at the University hospital there " Friday. Her address is Room 210 E. University Hospital, Madison, Wis. Martha Bateman of Champaign, 111. visited her sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Neal. Saturday through Monday. Miss Bate-man is a retired educational missionary. Mrs Henry Marly left Monday '..'veiling to visit in the home of her daughter and family, Mrs Edward Link in Genoa, 111. Mi- Link suffered a fractured elbow a.s he fell several steps on stairs He is hospitalized. Mrs Edward Lindebak was hostess to the 'Bid-N-Bye Bridge Club in her home Monday eve ning. Contract was played at 3 tables with awards. Mrs William Prior and Mrs John Ramus. duos' substitute players were Mrs Ramus, Mrs Cecil Bakei and Mrs Duane Neal. Lee Leibrand, 68, Buff. Center, Dies Funeral service for 1 .>. e \V. Lei- biand. 08. were held Thursday ;'.fte-niuon at the Retormed Church at Buffalo Center with Rev. Henry VanDyke officiating. Mr Leibrtind died Monday morning of last week at his home in Buffalo Center from a Ihu;enng illness. Survivors include his wife the former Grace Asimis. two sons, Lawrence. Buffalo Center, and Harold. Fores! City: ont % daughter.-'Mrs Hen (Lucille) Burns, Hul'falo Center: one brother and one sister. The Leibrands have been residents of Hul'falo Center since lilliO. He served as town marshal lor 20 years. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. DOG A dog saved Merlin BurOgon, of near Swea City from serious injury recently. A herd bull at- laeked and his doi; came lo ills defense. turnitH! the bull and peimittiii" Mr Bun-i;on to make his escape. Tho Algona ifpper Des Moines ft as the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUIU.IC NOTICE is hereby given to thu qualified voters of the Sontral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto. Slav of Iowa, that n sppi-lnl school elc'i-tion has been railed and ordered to be held in and for said School Dis- tici't mi ti-.e 15th day of December. li'ort. uhereof there will bo submitted lo Hie voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the follow injr proposition, to-vcit "Sh.ill the Hoard ol Directors of ;|K Sential Community School U!N'I let in tlic Counties of Kossvith .-ii'.d P.-ilo Alto. Slate" of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed jk'O.OOO.UO for the purpose of carry',:>,;: out a lush school building pi'O- consisting of erecting a new hmli school building- procuring as a silc Iherei'or approximately ten .u-i-fs <>f land lying in the Norlh- cast Coiner of the Southeast Quarter (SK'ii and in the Southeast Co'-.u-v of UH- Northeast. Quarter i.NK'i' of Section Nine (ill. Town-,hip Niiu-tv-seven (<i"i North Range Thirty i.'Wi. West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and improving adjoining land as a site lor an athletic field in and tor said School District." Tin- polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until peven o'clock P.M. of said day and 'in- said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place therefor wHl bo at the school building in the Town of Lone flock, Kossuth County. Town, at which time and ulace 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 296, Code of Iowa. 1954, and to ft sufficient petition with the requisite signatures In accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 5th day of November, 1956. Dated at Seneca Township. Kossuth County, Iowa, the 5th day of November. A.D., 105(3, /s/ Marjorie Countryman Secretary Hoard of Directors (Published Nov. 13, 20. 27th and Dec. 4. 1!156. in The Algona Upper DCS Moincsi OHDIKANCE NO. 383 ORDINANCE VACATING THAT PORTION OF CALL STREET LYING EAST OF MAIN STREET AND THE ALLEY OF BLOCK 212 LYING EAST OF MAIN STREET, CALL'S ADDITION. ALQONA, IOWA WHEREAS, the Algona Community School District Intends to construct an elementary school building In the immediate vicinity of the street nml,alley described below which Is near the east municipal corporate limits at the present time and said School District desiies to acquire the interest nnd title of the city to said street and alley described below, and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Cltv of Algona, Iowa, has delivered to the City Clerk a certified copy of resolution enatted by said Commission October 22,. 1050. recommending that said street and alley be vacated in order that same may be sold to said School District, and WHEREAS* it is deemed to be for the best Interests and conducive to the general welfare of the city of Algona and the inhabitants thcrof that a "part of the street and alley described below be vacated: NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA; Section 1. That the part of street and part of alley as hereinafter described, to-wit: That portion of Call Street lying cast of Main Street and the alley of Block 212 lying east of Main Street, Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, be and the same are hereby vacated. Section 2. That the title and interest to the part of street and alley above described and as hereby vacated bo retained in the city of Algonn, Iowa, subject to disposition by further action of the City Council as provided by law. Section 3. That this ordinance being deemed of Immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from nnd after its passage and publication as provided by laty. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Algona on this 31st day of October, 195(5. t Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk APPROVED: D-. Cafncron C. Shierk Mayor AUTHENTICATION The above and foregoing ordinance No. 383 Is hereby duly authenticated on this 31st day of October, 105G. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk I Seal I otfo:o:oxv:o:^^^ We Can Save You Up To $15.00 Per Ton On your cattle feeds in the bulk. You don't need a lot of room to buy bulk feed. Three ton; will fit into a flare box. We also have a booking program whereby you can book your feed* against price raises. ASK US ABOUT OUR FEED FINANCE PLAN It's A Good One ! Robinson Produce FfSOS ALGONA St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Mi- and Mrs Sim llirner and .-on, Roland, accompanii'd Mr and i Mrs George Hinu-r of Wesley to Palmyra. Mo. Oct. J8. this ui.'iiu'. tin- hometown of Sim and lieoi'iji.'. They visiU'd tin 1 Lee and rcnre Hiriu-T families. All lou: men are brothers. At Qumey 111. they visited Mrs Henry Soeb bins ami Mary I timer, \vho an Iheh' si.>tcrs. '1'hey visited oilier relatives alsu. Wiule UH.MV they cek bi'atcd Mrs Sim Hirner'.birthday, a nave's bh'thdas. the j llth wedding unniviTsary ol M: and Mr.- F.duar Schreak. md al-i the :J.iove m.'iitioned Mary's Ijh-thdav. The las; St. Benedict cant elul. was iK'ld a! I'm.- ho mi; ol Mrs Alex biisel.eii v.-ith Pa 1 ;;mH Frooldicl. \vinuin:; hij*!'i pri/e, Mrs P>en Don will have the next parly. Nov. 1 i The Pi,;!ip Arnci.rfer family spent Sunday at Acklcy with Philip':- sister. Mrs Joe Ham.;. Norwegian Feed Nov. 16, Seneca Seneca — Tin- Scnei\i Lutheran I, .'I, lies Al. I Will -el'Ve It- N".-^ia.'i >upp' r on Fi'.d.iv .-\ 1-11:11.;. Nov lii \viin .- ci'vin^ lo i)L'_;i:i .it ,) o'clock Tiir M:rMU V.'!! 1 !!li; Ml: 1 !; N'oi u'cjii.u C-ious a- iuh'ii>k, •.!(-. ,'i !,T ' A i I ,i 1 H'.i 1 1 balls in ^ra\y. in.. -ii. .Kilo. (.•r;iiil)crric.<. THANK YOU \ I wish to express my thanks to the voters of the 2nd Supervisor District for the Generous Support Received in the Recent Election. KYLE KEITH <:w^^^ BIG 10CU.FT. A WORD TO ALL BUICK OWNERS We issue a cordial invitation to all BUICK owners in this area to come to Kossuth Motor Co. for anything you may need in the way of service on your Buick. Ralph Elberi, formerly of Brandt Buick, has joined our shop staff, and will be in charge of Buick servicing. We have access to complete Buick parts of all kinds, and with the proper equipment for servicing can assure you of the work your Buick needs. AND AS ALWAYS — this is the place for complete CHEVROLET servicing . . . and also a good place to come for Winterizing — no matter what the make of your car 1 KOSSUTH SW OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE Model 10U45 A Super-Speed Freezing Shelves quick-freeze food at sub-zero temperatures "Circulating Cold Air" Design 2 Deep-Capacity Recessed Door Baskets Lifetime "Arctic Mist" Porcelain Interior Tarnish-Proof Canyon Copper Trim SEE THE TWINS! This Admiral Fnv/er matches Admiral Refrigerators peiicctly in . i w> .shape, styling. (Ire.-U combination for i.u:;ilv use-pric'od lo fit family budgets. Ask us! The Only 10 ft. Freezer on The Market Today — The Most Practical and Economical Size — For The Best Price You'll Find Anywhere ! 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