The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1956 · Page 16
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t-Algeno (to.) Upft»r P« MelnM tueidoy, Dstfembif II, 10S6 livermore Guild Has Election Of Officers, Dec. 11 Livermote — The December committee of the Sucred 1 It-art Guild entertained guild members in the parish hall last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Robert Wuiider- ley, the vice president, i-ondui't- oci the business meeting. The following officer.-! wore named: Mrs Francis Murphy, president: Mrs Robert Wonder- Ifv. vice president: Mr* Keith l.ogue. secretary and Mrs A.lvin Lenertz. treasurer. Heads of the six circles for the coming year are Mrs Henry Zeimet, Mrs Tom McKenna, Mrs Robert McKenna, Mrs William Er pelding, Mrs John Renquist and Mrs Louis Behounek. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. Refreshments were served b" the committee with Mrs Richard Dunphy, chairman. Those assisting were Mrs Miller, Mrs Harold Roethler, Mrs darken and Mrs Leslie Jensen. The guild will entertain the high school religion class at a Christmas party Thursday evening, Dec. 20, and the grade school religion class Saturday, Dec. 22 in the parish hall. Silver Anniversary Mr nhd Mrs Burrcll Smith will entertain their friends at a reception and a dance at the Legion Hall Friday evening. In honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. No invitations are being sent out. • ' The Legion Auxiliary .held its Christmas party Monday evening. The evening was spent socially. Refreshments were served by the committee composed of Mrs Carl Undorberg. Mrs Karl Baessler, Mrs Marcia Berryhill, Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mrs E. Logue. Mrs Christine Andersen and Mrs Henry Boge were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies Aid in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Officers elected at a recent meeting were president. Mrs Fred Hintz. The others Mrs Donald Collins, vice president; Mrs Herman Luivson, secretary; and Mrs Otto Jdgels, treasurer, were rejected. Mrs Francis Murphy underwent surgery Thursday at a Des Moines hospital. Allen and Nonna Jean Klein spent Saturday evening and Sunday visiting their sister, Mrs Lawrehce Kellner and family at FULL LINE of SMOKERS SUPPLIES NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS! CIGARS • CIGARETTES PIPES • TOBACCOS * -1 S (Christmas Packaged) MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Sfu McFadden Lawrence Gillespie Wed Nov. 23 At Burt - Esther Hasse, daughter of Emit S. Hftsse Sr. of Burt, and Wendell Christ«?nsen of Wesley, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Christensen, who were married Nov. 23, at. the Lutheran church in Burt, are pictured above. Rev. E. L. Wittkopp performed the ceremony, in the presence of about 100 guests. Wilbur Christensen attended the bridegroom, and Alvina Hasse was the matron of honor. The bride is a graduate of Burt high, and attended Iowa Slate college, and the bridegroom is also a Burt high and Iowa Teachers cpIJ4[ee graduate, now teaching. ' ^At the reception following the ceremony, Mrs Wilbur Christen-- sen had charge of the guest book, Rochelle Andrews and Sheila Rachut cut the wedding coke, Mrs Paul Clausen poured, and Mary Officer and Betty Lu Mitchell had charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Betty Keese, Delores Lyden, Fern Furst, Shirley Kleinschmidt and Julie Weber. The couple will be at home at Story City. (Photo by Isaacson— UDM engraving). Stcwartville, Minn. Mrs Anna Welter entertained Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes, Mrs Clifford Baker, Mrs Frank Cox andi : Lena Altman at a Sombr party at her home Tuesday evening. Mrs Laurence Frederick was hostess to the Presbyterian Woman's Society at her farm home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Jessamine Miller gave the devotior and Mrs John Olson the lesson. Mrs George Davis received word of the birth of a son to Mi and Mrs Bill Davis at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The Davis' have three older daughters. Mr Davis is the son of Mrs Davis. Charles Riekard, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, has returned home. Mr and Mrs Guy Raney and Mrs Jessie Olson were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Hoffmann. Mr and Mrs Will Reding, Mr and Mrs Marcelle Reding, Mr and Mrs Frank Stattleman, Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding were Sunday evening visitors at the Vernon Kramer home. They had an early exchange of Christmas gifts at that time. Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach attended the funeral services of Bill Gronbach at Algona Wednesday afternoon. He is a cousin ot Elmer Gronbaoh. Mrs Louis Behounek v/as hostess to the Equality club Christmas p-srtv. The business :ne..>tin« was conducted bv the presidint, Mr-; Jessamine Miller. Scripture reading bv Mrs Behounek. Each member brought, a gift for the chil- dren's home. The members of the ^Oth Century Club held a Christmas party Tuesdr.y afternoon at the home of Mrs Martin Miller with Mrs Miller, Mrs Harry Clark, Mrs Bill King as hostesses. Mrs Anna Berte and daughter Agnes were Wednesday dinner guests at the John Freillr(ger home and helped Mr Freilinger celebrate his birthdav. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family were Sunday dinner gueets at the John Youngwirth home at Wesley. Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt of Whittemore were Monday evening supper guests at the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt. Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger, Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Mrs Dolores Christensen , attended a card party Wednesday evening at the John Zeimet home. Howard McCrady has been hired by the Town to assist Forbus Stiltz with the town work. He is taking the place of the late George Davis. Our Heartiest Congratulations To The NEW SMOKE SHOP On Its Reopening Lost Week AND TO JOHN BIESER, OWNER OF THE NEW BUILDING (and Smoke Shop proprietor for many years), AND STU McFADDEN AND LAWRENCE GILLESPIE, NEW OWNERS OF THE BUSINESS, BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR SMOKE SHOP RECONSTRUCTION ALGONA, IOWA Titonka Senior At S.U.I. Finalist In ROTC Contest Titonka — Kay Truesdell, daughter of Sup'., ;snd Mis Wayne P. Tiiiusdc'il, and a fL-nior at tt}£ State University of lowa, has been chosen as one of the- five finalists for the title "Honorary Cadet Colonel" this week by ROTC Cadet Corps Commander, Kenneth Plocn, Clinton senior. The live girls were selected from 34 candidates representing svqmen's housing units on the campus. They were selected 1 on the bayis of beauty, personal ity, n:irticiputu>n in extra-curricular activities and scholastic standing. One of these five will be chosen Honorary Colonel and the other four will be attendants at 11 Military BaJl to be held March 8 and Vvill be special guests at military reviews on the campus during the spring. The other four eon- teiidfcis are Kay Taylor, Tulsa, Okl.'i.; Ann Waikins, Waterloo; Betty Broyles, Grinnell; and Jan Barnes, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Erwin Giesking are the parents of a baby daughter, born at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt, Tuesday morning, Dwe-mber 11. They have two other children a boy and a girl. * Mr and Mrs Alfred Redeniup and family moved to their new home in Britt Wednesday where he will be associated with the Lutheran Mutual Insurance business. He had a farm sale, Dec. 6th. Alvin Grav and his family, who have been living on his mother's farm in a tenant house, have rented the farm and have already moved in. Buffalo Township Homemakers will meet Dec. 21 at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs Lester Eden. Roll call will be answered with a Christmas custom in a foreign land. Mrs R. L. Krantz, Mrs Wm. Boyken, and Mrs Erwin will have the lesson. 75c gifts wiil be exchanged. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 Listen To KLGA 1600 ON YOUR DIAL Every Day At 11:59 a.m. For A Message From BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Following Algona New* At 11:55 a.m. Swea Folks At Dec. 1 In Fairmont Swea & Esgl« — Helen Me El wee, daughter of Mrs Etta Me El wee, Fairmont, Minn, and Anthony, son of Mr and-Mrs Bernard Thtubold, Fair-Mont, were married at the' St. Johfi Vittnney' Catholic church,' Fairmont, on Saturday morning, Dec 1. The Rev. Richard S: Hatch officiated in a double ring ceremony. A reception was held in the afternoon at St. Theresa's Hall with 100 relatives and friends as guest.s The couple scent a honeymoon trip in Wisconsin, and have set up housekeeping in Fairmont. The I ride is well known»ho re and of late is employed fit Mallon's Produce, Fairmont:' The groom' is. ernaloved by Stokley" Vim Comp, Fairmont, Minn. Attending the wedding from hore was the bride's sistef ahd her family, Mr and Mrs .Laurence Ferguson; arid Mr atyd^Mrs Ted Plathe and daughters. .;• Christmas Patties ..'•', A nurnber of Christmas parties have been'held.'.. The S\vea : ttar rison 4•'H club he'ld their-annual Christmas party for members of theii* immediate families at Lutheran Hull Monday night, Dec. 3: The Eagle-Ettes girls club hdld a party Saturday night, Dec. 8 at the Mancill Hurlburt home. The mothers of the girls were guests. A program and social hour wa? held, also a gift exchange. Swea Sunbeam Club met Saturday afternoon. Dec. 8 at .the Louis Stenzel home. The girls went caroling, making v s'tops at several homes, returning to Stengels for gift exchange and luncheon. ' . Swea Township Homemakers held their Christmas party.Mon- day afternoon, pec. 10,. at the home of Mrs Em il Larson. A program was given by Mrs Alvin Swanson, and Mrs Glehri Olson. A luncheon brought by 'the '20^ women present was served. Each lady brought a box of cookies or . box of candy for -gift ex- .change. Mrs Ralph Walker Jr., Mrs Ed Fitzgerald and Mrs Leo Engessor attended n 4-H leaders training school held at Bancroft Mondiy morning, Dec 10. Mr and Mrs John W. Thompson and daughter Lynn Aree left Thursday for a three week trip to visit Mrs Thompson's mother, Mrs Thomas Brown, at Moultrie, Ga.; arid other relatives. En- route they plan to make a stop with friends, Mr and Mrs Gordon Holcomb, at St. Louis, Mo. Mr and Mrs H. Ermenejildo Jimenez and their six children left recently by train from Mason City lor Mexico where they will visit relatives over the Holiday Season. Mr Jimenez is employed os farm hand for Lawrence Han-on. They live, on the Hanson's, farm in Eagle Towa-Oiip. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met In regular session November 28. 19M with the Mayor and all, counclltnen except one present. Tho minutes wer« road and approved. • • Permission was granted the American Leffton to move' a garage for the purpose of seJllnR Christmas Ueos. The offer ' of John Spencer, CPA. to audit the books was accepted. . The Ehfilneer'a Certificate for sewer construction east from Ixnve street by the '.Holtneiii Bros, was presented and accepted. A .cigarette permit wiis granted to The Smoke Shop. A be«r permit was granted to the Smoke Shop and The Ameiican Leilon. Application for MUfc products permit filed by Lehmann's Dairy of Emmetsburg, Iowa, was granted. Following builder's permits granted to Ready Mix Concrete & Lumber Co. lohn F. Buscher. A. M. Lemkee, Bo- bei-t Slgsbee, Cletus Elbert, Pat Doer- ilng and E. Robinson. Recommendation for parking meters »n North Dodge street be referred to he Zoning and Plan Com. Resolution commending the retiring Itv clerk was read and approved^ Following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Dr. Shierk, salary 150.00 T vy Scufflvam. salary „ 588.23 David Smith, salary 121.40 Nancy Sands, salary . 72.87 Lewis Ferguson, salary 18.25 Albert Boekelman. salary ... 4000 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 168.00 Or. Shierk. expense ia.70 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. service 8.00 'lull-Welter Co., Inc.. bond renewal 29-68 1ason City Blue Print. Service, maps .„..-.„„.». i« 6 Oft IIulzeH's. supplies . 4.80 Wtlltnm Foth, cigarette and beer uefrrtlt .refund, .i.,,-. . 87.50 §i*«»f Fund r<>ss Laslibrtrok, salary _i 1311.2!) Albert Pergande, snlnfy 121.00 llorth Burtfs, salary - llfl.74 tk'liai'tl Frnmbnch, salary 100.72 }ny Metfceri Jr., salary 00.74 tack Meats, salary 110.72 Donald Pfew. salary , 110.72 Motor Fflderos. salary 112.12 tfftrry Ward,' salary 18.15 towa State Bank, withholding tax . '. --. 56.00 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., service 15.65 Cowan Contractor, btenk cxirb 6.00 Vrnerlcan I.Hhbgfnphlnjt & Printing Co., bonds 2B3.98 )r. Slilcrk, expense 30.00 "Ity Clerk, adv. cash Tor frgt. 2.50 3owcrt's Superior Explosives Co.. mdse. .14.77 Herman Bro\v'n Co., repairs .-_ 37.72 Ueg-Fort Dodge Co., repairs .. .64 Standard Oil Co.. Has 11)5.75 AJgpiia Machine Sliop, repairs 33,74 Kohthaas Hnrdwai-c, supp. 29.17 Norton Machine Works, repairs G5.H2 •'. S. Norton and Son, supp 15.05 Peirlval Motors, repairs 1.70 'aylor Imp. Co., repairs .. 17.90 fiverds Bros., Iowa TrUst & Savings Bank, Esthervllle & Iowa Des Moines National Bank, Des MolneB. blacktop contract :. 208,521.37 v Public Safety Fund AI Hoekelman, salary 153.20 A. C. Welshaur. Salary .. ^ 130.72 ftlchard Groen, salary 134.02 Ernest IHitchlnson, salary 137.02 Peter Jorgenson, salary 116.70 Iowa State Ba'nk. withholding tax _ - 34.20 rack's O. K. Ttre SetV.. tires .. , 24.00 Scobba's SkellyService, gas ... 120.37 i r aylbr Imp. Cd.,-repalrB , 53.06 Northwestern-. Bell Tele. Co., > service --*.'- ». 27J25 tra KoHl, salary ..^.^....i 20.00 Ralph Elbert, salary >. 10.00 The-Seagrave Corjx. mdse. j. '28.00 The ncnernl Detroit Corp., supp. 13.00 City CleVk, ndv. cash for frgt. and postage ...... _„., ----- '..- 4.29 Kossuth Motor Co., supp. ----- . 6.05 ' Owls Ferfuson, salary Harry Ward, salary - ReakuR Helrners, labor George WelR Jr.. labor ------- . srortHwesiem Bell Tele. Co,, service ---- - ------------------- 'Telmers Bros., contract ...... Kossnth Motor Co., rppnlrs .,_-. East End Foundry Inc., mdse. ... .orton Machine Works, repairs and supplies --------- ..... .F. S. Norton and son. supp. .. 'ity Clerks adv. cash for frgt. , mid postage ---------- - ......... _ James Egll, salary ............ 'rcU fivonbach, salary ----- ---- Sleg-Forl Dodge Co.. paint ---- 23.20 874.32 2.65 68.00 8.60 4.76 6.74 149.36 97.97 3.00 Aliron.1 Mflfhlnft Shop, repairs 1400 Kohlhaas llardwnre, supp. ---- 8.40 Reiner Helmers, labor -------- 33-32 lowa State Bank, Withholding.., ' "" tfresa N6rton, salary .... ---- 6B.1S Dr. f. E. Sawyer . — -- ..... 33.00 Harris Jnnltor Supply Co. ... 20.00 Treasurer of .Kossuln County ..., 187.62 aiiv Krebs. salary ............ 120.75 town State Bank, withholding tax - _____ ... ........ ..... 12-00 Mrtgce-Ylfllo Park-O-Meter Co., mdse. ....... .....,...-—.-— 549.03 Debt 8*»«ie« Fund Iowa State Bank, Interest .... 81.2ft town State Batik, Interest ---- 70.00 ,o\v« State Bank, interest ----- fi7 RO . Dr. Cameron C. Shierk. mayor Attest: David A. Smith. City Clerk. Don t let this happen to you! GAS LINE FREEZING CAN HAPPEN IN COLD WEATHER, PREVENT IT WITH... 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