The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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I 6-Atgano (la.) Upper 5es Metni* Tuesday, May t, 19A2 Duplicate Bridge The next session of the Algonn Duplicate Bridge Club will be held May 2 al 7:30 p.m. at (lie Algonn Country Club. Winnurs at the Master Point Night Apr. 18 were: North-South — Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, first, Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Parsons, Humboldt, second. Mr. and Mrs. Amlie, Humboldt. third, and Mrs. Vesper Hull. Humboldt, and Katharine Gilmore. fourth; East-West — Arlene Hakes and Beth Miller, first. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom, second. Dora Means and 0 r v i 1 I e Jacobsen, third, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adams, fourth. Sorority Tea Xeta Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a preferential tea for their new pledges, Pat Hackney and Jean Sires, Sunday afternoon, April 29 at the home of Karen Navoichick. Guests were members of the other chapters. New officers elected for the coming year are: President, Dee McGuire; vice president, Sharon Cowan; secretary, Marcia Nelson; treasurer, Opal Kern; corresponding sec., Darlene Stephenson; extension member, Delores Grove; Council member, Nancy Ballard Honor Visitor Wilmar Thilges. Anaheim, Cal.. visited his sister, Valeria Thilges last week. A breakfast was held in his honor Easter with the following present: Herman Thilges. Bill Kockwoods. Ostwald Thilges, Dennis Miller, Herman Platt and Eugene Lemkee, Algona; Hubert O'Briens, Patricia Hackney and daughters, and Charles Platt, Bode; CTetus Zwiefels, Woden, Ronnie Grimes, Mason City, Monford Petersons, Swea City, Gladys Saunders and Elnora Pompe, Waterloo. Wilmar also visited other friends and relatives. Hoiisewarming A surprise housewarming was given Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Cook, who have moved into the former W. A. Dutton house on South Sample street. Members of their card club provided the refreshments. The membership is Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Fatuity Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling and Mrs. Helen Passmore went to Woolstock to attend a family dinner given at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schwandt's. Other guests were sisters of Mrs. Sterling. Two Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Dangelser had as dinner guests Apr. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ktihn, Clear Lake. It was an observance of the birthdays of Mr. Dangelser and the daughter Sonja, 3. Club Hostess Mrs. Don Nelson was hostess to her birthday club Saturday. Mrs. Ray Potter's anniversary was observed. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge will meet May 7 at 7:45 p.m. at the Izaak Walton hall. District Rally The Spencer district MYF rally was held Sunday at Storm Lake. Judith Frideres Engaged To Wed Hosts Family Mrs. Emma Hagg had as Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. Chester Azuse and family, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen and family, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hagg and"family, Dell Rapids, S. D. and Melvin Hagg, Algona. In the afternoon, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, Lucille Johnson and Evelyn Sorenson. Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Azuse had their baby daughter baptized Easter at First Lutheran church with Rev. Edsel Isaacson officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen. Church Dinner Methodist Church School Workers Appreciation Dinner, sponsored by WSCS, will be held Tuesday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. Birthday Club Mrs. Rose Sigsbee entertainec her birthday club Friday. The an niversary of Mrs.' J. P. iimith was observed. : : Maria Hackbarth. 4 Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth gave a party Thursday honoring the 'ourth birthday of her daughter ilarla. Guests were Mrs. Richard Dallman and Douglas, Mrs. Robrt Dodds, Bob, Ricky and Ron, :arla Laubenthal and Barbara Kramer. The children played ;ames and the women spent the i m e socially. The honoree's >rother and sister Scott and Diane were also present. \ttends Wedding Mrs. Jens Knudsen has returned 'rom a two week visit at Wenona, (11., with her daughters Mary, Mrs. Fred Missal and Catherine, VIrs. Ralph Hakes. She also at- .ended the wedding of her granddaughter Sandra Kay Missal and Jerry Robertson. Birthday Party Mrs. Luella Bafcer had as guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Durwood Baker and daughters, Barbara, Jean, Martha and Lynne, Ames. The birthday of Lynne was cele- bratecf.'"Her fourth anniversary is May 1. . f . Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen of St. Benedict announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann Frideres, shown here, to Ronald D. Rosenmeyer, son of the Al Rosenmeyers, also of St. Bene diet. The bride-to-be is the secre tary at Garrigan High School anc Mr. Rosenmeyer is engaged in farming. The wedding will take place Jun 12 at St. Benedict Catholic churc at 9:30 a.m. (UDM Engraving) by Iowa State Bank Poverty is no disgrace — but that's about all that can be said in its favor. We have a large amount of money loaned out — some loans run into thousands of dollars. 9 New Members For Burt Church Burt — A public examination ol tie Catechism was recently held at he Burt Presbyterian church, with all members of the class received nto church membership by con 'ession of faith. The new members receive* were: Nancy Becker, Mary an 1 David Harms, Julie Thompson Roger Bullock, George Pattersoi and Robert Ortman. Received inti membership by transfer of lette were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stokes. SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Jerry Bliss and Dany of Great Bend, Kansas, spent 10 Easter weekend with the Mel- Madsens. Caroyln Madsen, Rev. H. A. Smidt, Ecumenical Missions and Relations Commission member, spent Thursday and Friday at Luther where he attended a seminar on missions. Roger Ulses left the first of this week for Omaha, Nebr. where he is entering the Omaha Trade School in mechanics. Mr and Mrs Henry Saucke and Don, Wells, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Al Hinckley home. Bancroft News But this may surprise you: During each year we make many loans in the amounts of $10, $50 and $100. We want you to know that the needs of the little borrowers receive the same consideration and attention as those of our big borrowers. If your needs are large or small we'll try to help. Come in — please ! Ben Doan, St. Benedict, returned to his home after several days spent with his son and family, the Cletus Dorrs. Mrs Evelyn Mescher, Meredith Bergman, Mrs .Marvin Becker, i Mrs Perry Torine and Mrs Lawrence Bergman visited friends at Fairmont Friday. i A miscellaneous shower honor- j ing Carol Lee Kaha, daughter of I Mr and Mrs Hudy Rahe, was held Sunday in St. John's hall. in ho is employed at the Wilson lant, Albert Lea, spent from Fri- ay evening until Sunday evening t home. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and teve drove to Le Mars Friday ight to hear their daughter, Nancy ng in an opera at Westmar Col- ege, by a group called Opera Vorkshop from the Stale Univer- ity of Iowa. Mr and Mrs Art riebe of Lone Rock and Mrs Milon Madison accompanied the Fis- tiers. Mr and Mrs Jim Kennedy were faster Sunday dinner guests at le home of his parents, the Ed ennedys, Bancroft. Other guests ncluded Mr and Mrs Albert Kahler nd family of Bancroft. Don and Howard Bollig were Baser dinner guests at the home of Irs J. W. Bollig, Bancroft. Mr and Irs John Metzgar and family, Es- lerville were also there. Mr and Mrs Larry Menz of An- mosa spent the Easter weekend ith their parents, the Clarence lenz' and the Delmar Fischers. Mrs Myrtle Frost and family of Vhittemore were Easter dinner uests of the Kenneth Thompsons. Callers at the Paul Bernhard ome included Mrs Marlyn Bausman of Wilton Junction and Mrs )ick Dallman of Algona. Easter Sunday guests at the Sid.._>y Ellefsons included the Robert Ellefsons and Roger Ellefson, Alona; Mrs Clifford Legued, Clear ^ake; and Ole Ellefson, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause en- ertained on Easter the formers' parents, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, tlrs Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs jarry Alt and Marilyn, and Mr and Urs Robert Krause and family, all of Fenton, also Mr and Mrs Otis England of Ringsted. Herbie Srause, who is a student at Iowa State College, Cedar Falls, spent the Easter vacation with his parents. Maria Waite of Fenton spent Monday night with Heidee Krause. Mark Simmons visited Wednesday evening at the Les Osbprns enroute to the home of his sister and family, the Joe Lynchs, Lone Rock. Mark arrived home Sunday, having received an emergency discharge from the navy, due to the serious illness of his mother, Mrs Carl Simmons, Armstrong. Carrie Jensen went to Iowa City, Thursday, where she will have a physical check-up. Mrs Jensen is recuperating from a broken limb. Mrs Lester Osborn was admitted to the Holy Family Hospital Friday •morning- /or surgery. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner and sons of Spirit Lake, and Mr and Mrs Henry McGregor of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests of the Raymond Gardners. Eugene Gardner, who is a student at Mankato State College, was home for ,he Easter vacation. Mrs Ted Jensen was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Richard Bauer on Wednesday, May 6. Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs P. H. Jensen were hostesses to the Blakjer Lutheran Church Women meeting Thursday afternoon. Devotions were presented by Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs John Johan nesen had charge of the Bible study. The Cause of the month, Education, was presented by Mrr Henry Wilberg. Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Henry Looft were elected as delegates to attend the Convention of the Emmetsburg Conference Lutheran Church Women which was to be held Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Church, Ruthven. Mrs Art Bergum, Mrs Rober Fortney and Mrs Henry Looft at tended the spring organization Wetzel Waller Set Marks At Miiford Relays Bill Wetzel shattered an Algona high school record as he won the 4-10 yard dash in :52.S at the Milford Relays Monday. Algona scored a total of 31 points in the meet. Wetzel's time was three-tenths of a second under the school mark of :52.8 set by Reb Johnson a few years ago. Algona's only other first place finisli at Miiford came when Tom Waller won the high jump with a meet record of 5-8. It marked the fourth straight time this season •'Yaller has either won the high jump outright or tied for first. His jumps have all been 5-8 or 5-8'i. Ex-Methodist Pastor Here Dies, Humboldt Funeral services for Rev. Harry M. Burns, 73, Humboldt, former pastor of the Methodist church here, were held Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the Humboldt Methodist church. Burial followed at Aurelia. Rev. Burns died Saturday at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Rev. Harry Milton Burns attended Iowa Wesleyan College and Garrett Biblical Seminary. Evanston, 111. He was a Mason, a former member of the Morningside College board of trustees and a member of the board of trustees of the Methodist hospital at Sioux City. Besides the local church and the church at Humboldt, Rev. Burns served churches at Aurelia, Seney, Cowrie, Sioux Rapids, Rock Rapids, Sioux City, Odeboldt, Lake lity and Lohrville. He is survived by his wife, a son and four grandchildren. Mrs. Elmer Dole, Mrs. Henry fiol- land, Mrs. Leo Thilges, Mrs. Nick Krieps, Mrs. Anna Wagner, Mrs. Louis Reilly and Mrs. Tmelda En- gessor. Fined $25 John Elbcrt, Algona, was fined $25 and costs for making beer available to minors and three Algona teenage boys were fined $10 and costs eacli for drinking beer on a public highway in Mayor C. C. Shicrk's court this week. Public notice Is further given flint flfl election of the qualified voters of (lie AlKonn Community School District of Kossuth County, State of lown. will, he held within said Algona Community School District, on the 24th day of May. 1002. Thai for said election two precincts have been established and Ihe following polling places are designated: All those electors residing In the territory of the Algona Community School 'District, as It existed .prior to April 2-1. 1(102, shall cast their ballot in Room Hit) of the High School Building of the AlRoini Community School Dis- NOTICE Or DECISION OF THE BOAHD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public' notirc is lu-vchy given that the Biiarcl of Adjustment ol tlin City in Algona, Unva lias granted a vnrlancc from "the terms of Hie Zoning Ordinance in I'onneetlnn with the nppllrn- Ikin of S|c>r(?ren's Grocery for a addition, in order to permit Front yard set back to In. 1 the same as required ill Commerical Zone. Any person aggrieved bv tills decision may present to the District Court of Kossmh County a Petition for review within thirty davs from the 28 day of April. U1G2. iiOAKD OF ADJUSTMENT By Leon Laird Chairman H') NOTICE Or DISSOLUTION OF UNITED VARIETY STOHIES, INC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby qiven that at a special mecllMfi uf the stockholders of the United Variety Stores. Inc.. ol AlBonn Iowa, held on tin- 1st day of November. A. D. 1!IB1. » resolution was adopted by unanimous vote of the stockholders to wind up the business of the corporation and dissolve said corporation Tills notice is being given pursuant to Chapter -I'll of the UIS8 Code of Iowa and amendments thereto. Dated at Alsona. Iowa, this 23rd day By .lames President Uv M.irv Secrel.n>. K. L.vtle A. I.yile NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND TREASURER OF THE ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Public notice is hereby Rixen that a? the result ol an election held on the 24th U;iv of April. 1%2. a new school corporation is heieby formed to be known as the Algona Community School District No. A3. will meet far ttie purpose ot elllns n eonlrae 1 ' for the fumlsbinR, 'living nnd backfilling HilO' — ">" "'"' IGlo'_ 8" tile nnd no'- 10" V.S. Pipe. The commencement date is June 1. 1962 and completion dale Is July Ji, 'Bids will be received on the entire work nnd each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by n bank in lown, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or bis order nl his office In nil amount, equal to 10% of the bid. The rlRlit Is reserved to reject, any or all bids. lilet In Algona. Kossuth County. Iowa; All those electors within the Whllte- more Independent School District, as It existed prior to April 2't. 1!I02. shall cast their ballot at the City Hall, in Whittemore. Kossuth County. Iowa; All those electors residing within that portion of Ihe Whitlemore Rural Independent School District, which by virtue of the election held on April 21. 1!>02. is now n part of the Algona •omnninllv School District, shall cast heir ballot at the City Hall in Whltte noie, Kossulh County, Iowa. Two directors will be elected, •ach to serve until a successor qunll- ic': alter the next annual school election, the second Monday in September, HIG2 two will be elected to serve until i successor qualifies after the second iniuinl school election, the second Monday In September. IfKM; nnd one will be elected to serve until a sue- res«or qualifies after Ihe third annual school election the second Monday in September, 1%4. A treasurer will be elected to serve until a successor qualifies after the first annual election the second Monday in September. 1M2. In compliance with Chapter 275, Code of Iowa. I!I58. and the petition duly affirmed and adopted by the electors of said Algona Community School District on the 24th day of April. I!lli2. the directors shall be elected in the following manner: Election at large from the entire district, by the electors of the entire district. Public notice Is further given that all nomination papers for directors and treasurer must be filed with the undersigned at bis office In the Court House. Algona. Iowa, not later than 12 noon, on the 12th day of May. l!)62. Each petition shall be signed by not less than ten ilOi qualified electors of said Community School District, and each petition for nomination of a director to specify his classification as to length ° Applications for blank petitions may be made to the undersigned. Witness my hand at Algona, Iowa, this 2(ith day of April. 1902. A. M. Quintard C'ountv Superintendent of Schools Kossulh County. Iowa U7) NOTICE OF CONTRACTORS OF FURNISHING AND LAYING TILE Sealed bids will be received until 1:30 o'clock P.M.. May 11. 1962. at the Ko^'uith County Court House. Algona, Iowa, at which time and place the Ko=suth Countv Board of Supervisors, acting on behalf of Lateral P of Dram aids," specifications, bidding blanks and other Information may be obtained at the office of the County Drainago Clerk, Algonn, lown, or contact D. L. Leffert, Engineer in charge of the pro- JC ''' U BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By C. S. Pearson There s not much inceitive 10 succeed these days you can hve loo comfortably as a failure. Church At West Bend Deanery Council Host The ladies of St. Peter Paul's parish of West Bend were hosts to the Northeast Deanery Council of Catholic Women at the spring meeting Apr. 26. Nearly 180 women and several priests attended. 18 parishes were represented. Speakers were Luke Linnan. gona attorney, Mrs. Ralph Kelly, Early, Mrs. Edwin Zinn, Hartley, and Rev. R. W. Phillips, Wesley. [Tie meeting was presided over by Mrs. Joseph A. Lynch, Mallard, Deanery president. Welcome to the women was extended by Rev. Louis Greving. West Bend. Reports and information were given by Diocese chairladies, Mrs. Walter Kelley and Mrs. Paul Wagner, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft. A centerpiece was won as door prize by Mrs. Imelda Engesser. Algona. Refreshments were served by ladies of West Bend. Algona ladies attending were Algona's Home-Owned Bank BURT NEWS Mrs Dean Andrews spent Tuesday in Spencer where she attended a District W.S.C.S. officers work shop. Mrs Andrews is the district VV.S C S spiritual life secretary. Mr and Mrs Charles Curtis are in Iowa City with their small daughter who is undergoing medical treatment on her leg at University hospital. meeting of the Kossuth County 4-H girls, Monday. Mrs Francis Rauert of Denver Colorado, and Hadley Bailey of Chicago, called on the C. O. Baileys last week. Mrs Anna Presthus, Algona, was a Wednesday afternoon caller at the Martin Wilbergs. Seneca Thursday club met at the home of Mrs Edna Johannesen, Thursday afternoon. Ten members were present. Mrs Everett Witham will entertain May 24. Members are asked to note the change of date of the meeting. the OWA STATE BANK Sick Lad \Vesley — James Richter, 18 month old son of Mr and Mrs Frank Richter, took a drink of fuel oil at the farm home Monday of last week and became a very sick little boy. He was taken to the Britt hospital where his stomach was pumped and he was given medical care. FILING CABINETS, 2. 3, 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinet* in variety of sices. Office Supply Dept.. Upper D«> Moinw Pub. Co., Algona, Signs Contract Mrs Floyd Clabaugh has signed contract to teach at Ledyard during the 1962-63 school year. Mrs Clabaugh has been teaching in the public grade school at Bancroft Dut her contract there was not renewed when it was decided recently to eliminate several of the grades there. Thursday thru Saturday "Swing- in 1 Along" 7:00'9:50; "Heroes Die Young" 8:30. Saturday mat. at 1:30 "Swingin Along" and 6 Color Cartoons. Sunday "Exodus" at 2:00 and 7:30 only. Monday thru Wednesday "Exodus" One showing only at 7:30 Phone €Y 4»3535 ^ Yswr Newspaper EUGENE HUTCHINS ,,.a good man to know! Let him show you why iff good business to use a long- term, low payment loan on your land—a loan you can p*y in advance at any tuot without penalty, FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION E. H. liutchins. Manager Algona (south of Penneys) Monday and Wednesday Forest City (W. of Forester Hotel) Tuesday and Friday ATTENTION GARDENERS WE HAVE BULK AS WELL AS PKG. GARDEN SEEDS. It's time to give your lawn a lift. FOR BEST RESULTS APPLY NORTHRUP-KING LAWN FOOD EVERGREENS IN STOCK THIS WEEK ALSO SOME ANNUAL PLANTS IN STOCK NOW I - OPENING HOURS - DAILY - 7:30 a.m. to 12 Noon - 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. SUNDAY - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER Custom Dropery Headquarter* By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure - Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture, Algona USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! CALORIC GAS DRYER, 1 Yr. Old $99.95 BOY'S ENGLISH BIKE, NEW $39.95 Saturday BOMGAARS TWO WINNERS WILL PHONE A FRIEND OR RELATIVE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, as our Mother's day gift to you REGISTER NOW. Drawing will take place Saturday, May 12, 1962 at 5:00 P.M. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN (and 18 years of age or over) CALL MUST BE PLACED FROM OUR STORE Between 9:30 and 10:30 A.M. on Sunday FOR RENT - WAREHOUSE SPACE. LOADING DOCK, E- tECTRICITY, GOOD LOCATION, CHEAP. Ranges Frigidaire Double Oven, Electric $99.95 G.E. 36" Electric $59.95 Westinghouse 40" Elec. $79.9S Norge 40" Elee. $49.9S Apt. Gas Range $29.93 T-V SETS North of Catholic Cemetery CY 4-4813 Crosley 21" Table Model $89.91 Motorola 14" Portable, NEW $99.9j Refrigerators T-Kelvinator 12 eu. ft. $124.93 1—Hotpoint Across Top Freezer $124.93 1-FRIG1DAIRE 10 cu. ft. $89.95 1—Westinghouse 9 eu. ft. $49.95 Each l-Kelvinator 9 Cu. Ft. 4 Yrs. Old. $99.95 Washers & Dryeri Whirlpool Automatic Washer & Dryer. Matched Pair For - $260.04 Hamilton Automatic, 3 yrs. Old. Guaranteed $99.91 2-FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC 1 Yr. parts warrenty $99.95 1—Westinghouse Laundromat ._ $99.9J Dexter Double tub conv. $74.95 Water Heaters G.E. 50 Gal. Rapid Recovery $ 69.93 Hotpoint 50 gallon Electric. ____ $ 49.95 I & H Electric ,50 gallon $59.95 Westinghouse Console Radio and Record Player, Table Model $39.95 Admiral Comb. Radio and Record Player, Table Model $49.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes >/4 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. Pll OK. MISCELLANEOUS NEW YOUNGSTOWN COMPUTE KITCHEN - 7 Ft. of Wall and Base cabinets, includ, sink. Make us an offer. USED TRANSISTOR RADIOS $5.00 AND UP TERMS If BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA Phone CY 4-3613

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