The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
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COftfc 6f ftLftfd STTMA'Tt * IWIfw tt«>e*t ttttMAtt Mtf> TOWW ARC CtTt fiS NOTICE — The Town council of Teuton at ftoWRith County. Iowa meet An<r»m 5. lf*7. at 8 P. M.. at Community Ontw Taxpayers wil! be heard for or agatnst .the following estimate of ditures for the year bt-ginninR January I. T9SB. «*£ d !lf i il d slR ' ei rr nl °f "-crip's and disbursement*, both past and fintiei- p«ted win toe available at we hearing, PAUL W. EIGLER Town Clerk. * ll| M&.S ' S c Grnera! --^.. $.. -Street I'ubllr Safbty Sanitation _ __ Rpcrention Utilities . Debt Service Trust and Agency Street (Road Use Tax) ... Liquor Profit $ 1287.45 7764.36 2383.31 223.20 1018.83 2975.90 4040.19 174,90 1211,86 39BS.S6 2828.36 28!) 22 339.19 3541.45 388260 189 48 3000 3800 2000 700 300 4000 3700 200 $ 800 4066 1500 300 zooo 3500 2000 700 300 "3700 200 TOTALS $. $19774.74 $15488.59 $17400 $ $6SOO $10800 Taxable valuation (1958) . ... S601 B8i Tnxnble valuation, agricultural lands (1958) _. .1 $ io J 37o Moneys and credits (1938) . $128'272 (Published July 18. 1P57 in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) MAKE A DATE WITH US TO DU PONT SPRAY GLAZE YOUR CAR OUTSHINES THE BEST WAX JOB ... YET COSTS NO MORE! HANSEN'S ST s AERNvD , Ac On Highway 44 In Fenlon ifcnton Ruth Wegener Bride In Fairville Church June 30 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Everyone Reads The Fenton Reporter Pages THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN D^EERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. Fenton — Sunday afternoon, June 30, at 2:30 in St. Luke Lutheran church, Fairville. Miss Ruth E. Wegener, daughter'of Mr and Mrs Robert J. Wegener of Whittemore, became the bride of Richard Matheson, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Mathoson of Ringsted. Rev. A. C. Krugcr officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white floor length dress styled of Chantilly lace and net over taffeta. The fitted bodice had seed pearl embroidery on the yoke and collar. She wore a finger tip veil and carried a white Bible with a white orchid. Mrs Ralph Matheson, sister-in- law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Elaine Bierstedt, a friend of "the bride, Was bridesmaid. The groom's • Attendants were hfe twin brother, Ralph Matheson, and Harlan Wehrspann, the latter a cousin of the bride. Ushers were Norman Wegener, the brade's brother, an.d Delbert Matheson, a brother of the bridegroom. ..Miss Alvina Miller sang 'O Perfect Love' and 'The Lord's Pray et", accompanied by Miss Lael Pettit. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors for 160 guests. Mrs Leonard Matheson was in charge of the guest book. Eleanor Elbert, Mrs James Schultz and Mrs Maurice Partrige took care of the many beautiful wedding gifts. Mrs Rudolf Hannover cut the three tiered wedding cake and Mrs Norman Wegener "and Mrs Gary Meyer poured. Waitresses were Gladys Holland, E r n a Weise and Mary Hannover. The kitchen hostesses were Mrs Walter Bierstedt, Mrs Alfred Bierstedt and Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt. The bride is a graduate of the Cylinder High, school and has been employed'at Wighidal Hardware for the last three years as a bookkeeper. is a graduate The bridegroom of . the Ringsted high school and is employed at the Co-Op Elevator at Armstrong, where the couple will make their home. Posl-Nupiial Shower A miscellaneous shower for Mrs John Kressin was held at the Kenneth Johnson home, Saturday afternoon. A short program was given by Annabelle and Ivadell- Tietz, after which* the bride opened her gifts assisted by her sister Mary, and sister-in- 'STH AIR-CO Electric Appliance Dealers Can Serve You Better today! i ACT TODAY and you will... Let Your Dealer Get You the utmost in €991 COMFORT /c Penh/' I b* HMM yew »v«r »p««U »nd ftU«*il«M. bow rfowo to >k» MM. »°d ft In MM VI. If* coel comfort right *w«x • • • bf rvtdy when he»f itrikn. You'll k«*p in fine (rim whllf othf r> $w»ltf r, becaui* yav'it nil fi»«d wp , , . 09 wilting ... no $$J00f t>y ( yewr ilr eonditipngr now, yov 19 your n»»d». Yov don't l« "oi«iit do" wiib pnf »|li»f«ttory, $IW...I«'.c« -- * IP bvy ml run the Y«v fit y«» yov law, Mrs Jack Gerhart. A delicious lunch was served by hostesses Mesdames Kenneth Johnson, Jack Gerhart, Helena Jentz, Gene Vaudt, Orville Kressin, Darrell Dreyer, Art Kressin, Fred Boettcher, Fritz Meyer, Herman Hintz and Clarence Bierstedt. Mrs Forest Hanifan and Barbara of Dysart arrived Friday morning to spend the weekend in the E. K. Johnson home. They returned home Monday morning. Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs Forrest Hanifan and Barbara and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and children enjoyed a picnic dinner on Sunday at the Kenneth Johnson home. The Rose Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon at the church basement with a pot-luck picnic lunch. Mrs Ed Reimers was in charge o'f the devotion and Mrs S. E. Straley presented the lesson. Mrs F. Pruel was a circle guest. ' Sixteen members were in attendance. There,will be no circle meeting in August. Lynn Alan Void of Lak» Mills has been'visiting'for several days hf.the home of his grandparents. ..Mr 'and, Mjrs,S. E. Strajey, Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Arnold Hansen entertained in honor of Randa's ninth birthday, by .taking the following girls to the Whittemore swimming pool, Kathryn and Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Susan Theesfield, Janelle Bailey, Ardith Walker and also Randa's broth-. er, Roger. Tuesday evening called in the Hansen home to help Randa celebrate her birthday were Mr and Mrs Arlow Hansen and Carol Rae of Ringsted and Barbara and Roberta Knox of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Dick Schiltz and I three daughters of Long Beach, l Calif, have,been visiting in the parental, E. J. Frank home and R. P. Schiltz Viome at Bancroft, since June 26th. Mr Schiltz returned to Long Beach on July 11 and Mrs Schiltz and family will remain here until August 2. The local Brownie Troop entertained their parents at a cookout supper in the Fenton,Park, July 1st. After enjoying games and serving supper the Brownies were each presented with a Brownie pin by their leader, Doris • Jean Householder. Members present were Kathryn and Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Susan Theesfield, Janelle Bailey, Ardith Walker, Patricia Luedtke and Randa Lee Hansen, Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey and Carl of Cedar Falls spent the 4th of July weekend in the parental, E. J, Frank home. The Depew Fellowship Circle met' Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs William DeWall. Mrs Nyles He'ggen was in charge of the devotions, Mrs Paul Zumach gave a reading arid the Bible lesson' was presented by Mrs Amer Cody. Guests of tho Circle were Mrs Ed Mitchell and Mrs Dale Voigt. , Mr and Mrs Dick Schiltz and family, tyr and Mrs E- J. Frank and Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Newel. Mr and Mrs 'Dick Schiltz and family and Mrs Don Shaw and Ricky visited in the home of the ladies' sister, Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen of Minneapolis, last Friday and Saturday. Ml and Mfi Louis Weh«pann and Herman and Harlan and Mr and Mrs Robert Wegener and family spent last Sunday evening in the Richard Matheson home at Armstrong. A number of guests gathered for a house* arming. The couple just recently returned from a wedding trip in the Black Hills and Colorado. DeMarls Jain Uthof. infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin Uthof was baptized Sunday, July 7th in St. John Lutheran church. The Rev. W> H. Friedrich officiated and sponsors Were Ed Mitchell and Joan Mitchell. Guests at dinner, in the Uthof home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan, Mr and Mrs Glen Flint and Robein anti Renee, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Rodney, Mrs Don Uthof and ,Connie of West Concord, Minn., Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius, Larry and Leonard Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius. Neighbors helping to cultivate the corn and beans July 5th for Elmer Krause were Arlo Ranney, Jack Gerhart, Herschal Hartman, Jim Langerman, Merwin Wallace, Amos Finnestad, Rueben. Luedtke, Erwin Luedtke, Lowell Fessler, Darrell Dreyer, Harold Dreyer, Arnold Lieb, Art Zumach, Lloyd Berkeland, W. E. Laage, Hans Baago, George Murphy. Ray Cornelius of Iowa City spent from Friday to Sunday in the parental, Paul Cornelius. Mrs Merle Voigt entertained at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of Teriy's birthday. GuesU were Mrs Delond Votteler and children, Mrs Lawrence Edwards and children, Mrs Bill Haase and Elaine, Mrs Gerhard Hantelrnan, Mrs Martin Hantelman, Nancy Edwards and Eaine Haase were also observing their birthdays. Evening guests in the Voigt home Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys,. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family and William Voigt, Lois and Peggy. MX and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius -flnCJ ^**^**«* - **$ r2.i»Qo44"i«rtOT« -»»«ar»afit1\7 returned < honiM 'from a trip. to Indiana and Ohio. They visited Mrv and Mrs E." Or Rnisely at South Bend, Ind., Mr and Mrs N. C. Nisley at Syracuse and Mr an<J Mrs Duane Cornelius at East Palistine, Ohio. They were gone ten days. Ken Ha I verso n To Head Legion Fenton — The American Legion meeting was held Monday evening, July 8th. Officers elected for the coming year were Commander, Kenneth Halverson; vice commander, Carl Ohrtman; Adjutant, S. E. Straley; Finance officer, Arnold Hansen; Historian, Ted Jensen; Service officer, Gil- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa .- • Experienced Embalmers and ., Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phoni FENTON V 2S RINOSTED 21001 , 21006 20216 G tired, old room take on a u m!l|JQn.g-<j!Jgr" leek in lew a day* Yov do it with KinhToft*, the almost* mogif Jgltx point JJwt'ara** in a *id« rpnp0 of tofljutiful color* •* 14 *" guaranteed wo** SuMJ 1 K§IR*IfiW ^Ith ;^Jl«r.Kpat«> or bfu*h and » ITOltit HARDWARE bert Scribhet; ftetgeattt at Afrns, W. R. Wolfe. Don 8teinfeer«er Was elected '• to serve Oh the Building committee for & two year term. J. Wallace Smith was presented with a farewell gift from the Legion. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Coming Events Thursday, July 18 — W.M.F.j Independence Blakjer Mixers; of WJ.C.S. Thtfrsday, Jtily 25 — Btepew tfte tJfiitfci States was the first i-epufclic in th« Western hemisphere. Hyenas, although appearing dog-like, ate really members of the cat family. PAPER 'MATE PfifrS — THE ball point pen that bankers' ap- gfove. Guaranteed not to leak. The best writing bb pen on the market. Upper DCS Moines Publishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, iAIgona. now PASTURE CONCRETE --"••"-•»"»--i— •TWIVJ PASTURE Designed especially as a pasture sup* plement... That's FELCO HOG BALANCER. Packed with the essential nutrients hogs need to put on fast, profit-making gains. Self-feed FELCO HOG BALANCER with corn on pasture. Or If you want to. mix a complete ration for feeding on pasture. 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