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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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55, 195? Mr and Mrs M. E, 8t*ph«nson have been vacatidhing at their cottage at Spirit Lake. Ettlytt Cady wal visitvd Sunday by Mrs Q, W. IDtd* aftd aunt Mrs Sarah Jams,,.9! Mason Cib'. Mr aad Htt Hariaa Slgsboe and family ifeft'SaUfday fbr Cass Lake for a Week at the Aigona Outing Club cottage. *f m M« f ; sent t&e feKtnr at l&inri., their forme* home. They were guests pf friends. Pamela SUK. daufihier'of Mr and Mrs Robert Henderson is spending a couple of Weeks at Camp Morrison Lodge at Clear Lake. Mrs Tom Lundell and children Sterling and Mary Beth, of Ankeny. have been visiting at the parental A. A. Sterlings since July Fourth. August Harig has bMn dismiss* cd from St. Ann hospital and is at his home for further recovery from a stroke which has kept him hospitalized 17 days. Mr mid Mint Don Christensen have been visited by Mrs Lotus Riester and children, of Marion, Ohio. They also visited Mr and Mrs Joe King ar Estherville and Lyle Hamilton, at Irvington. A Snyder family picnic was held recently at l$r and Mrs Wilr liam Fritz* at Titohka.' In attendance were Mr and Mrs Herbert Le Dow and family, of Minneapolis, Minn.. Mrs May Snyder, of Humeston, Mr arid Mrs Hallard Snyder Jr., pf Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder Sr., and Mr and Mrs Cecil Snyder and family. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor spent Sunday at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles who have taken a cottage there during their vacations. Mr and Mrs Robert Hendeftttt and Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstick spent several days in Des Moines last week. Mr Henderson went on to Omaha to attend a supervisors meeting. Mr and Mrs Jim Van Allen came from Omaha, Neb., and spent the weekend with the respective parents Mr atid Mrs Harold Van Allen and Mr and Mrs Charles Fox. Shirley Lowman. a student at the Bruadlawn school of nursing. Des Monies, has resumed her studies there after a few days vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. Mr and Mrs Richard Thoreson left last week for Quantico, Va., where the former will begin his training. They have been visitini Mrs Thoreson's parents Mr anc Mrs Eugene Murtagh. L. E. Linnan was called to Maurice, last week, to be with his father John Linnan who ha.« not been in good health the past several weeks, but had been dis missed from the hospital. . Mrs Anna Madson was visitec recently by her granddaughters and their husbands Mr and Mrs Orral Allen, of Adel and Mr and Mrs Robert Carr and Mrs Carr's father Emil Hagg, of Van Meter They also visited Mrs Clara Hagg and pus. Mrs Hagg is grandmother also. The Carrs and Emil Hagg also spent sometime with Mr arid Mrs Ed Hagg and were their supper guests Sunday. Ifs Diamonds For Your Complete WASH and WEAR * «• '_* rt« » Sport Shirts * Work Uniforms Ik Or The Latest In Ivy League Panfs Kids, Give Mom A Break — Buy The Item She Doesn't Need To Iron*. .;;;:^W^ ; :MAMOND5. NW Iowa's Wash and lJ *f d.qu,atters Southern Minn, - Northern Iowa ^ Free Qpte EXPOSITION FAIRMONT, MINN. - PROGRAM - TUESDAY^ WW 30 CARNIVAl NIGHT Big 20th Century j^idway Open BASEBALL - FAIRMONT vs. MASQN CITY WPDNESDAY/JULY 31 CIRCUS DAY A. 0, KKLLY-MILLER BRQP. TENTED CIRCUS Elephants, Wild Anjrnals. Clowns AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWS * *. ,* THURSDAY, AUG. 1 CHILDREN'S DAY. All Rides lOc all afternoon, WATER FROLICS SAM HOWARD AQUA SifpW COMJC Mt and Mrt Ortille Wtefe* were visited Sunday by th« latter's sister jad family, Mf aftd Mi-f L. E. RAS^«*«; of Mrs Mttie Haweeli a&d brothet And sisf ef Ltk ana Hopkins were 'tfisHed Sun b«t OSTAND PRICES 50c Mr and Mrs J H. Bailey of Mason City. . ; . B6b W*tt« U Oft tcH^l (ittif for two weeks With tht at* force at Shepperd Field, Wichita Falls, Tex. Mrs Welter and children are visiting relatives at Attiirillo, Tex. David, son o! M* ahd Mn ft. B. Hicks, is vacationing at Pequot Lakes, Mihn. with his randparents, Mr and Mrs W. F. Wholes, ahd aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs C. P. Christ|ftseii. Mr and Mr* Bob C»fHMy ra> turned last Week after ten days of fishiftg at Walker, Minft. Th reported a fine catch and sta' at a resort owned by Mr and Mrs Heinie Fisher, formerly of Algona. M* and Mrs Petty Lowman had as a guest Eugen Qutzler, ot Pbrtland, Ore., who Was enroute to Madison, Minn., to visit his parents. He is husband of the former Maxine Nordstrom, sister of Mrs Lowman. Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer and family have beeft here the past two weeks visiting the fdrmei*s parents, Mr and Mrs Often-Stray* er. They returned last week to their home at Neosho, Mo. Mrs Osta Thompson has gone to Htmtington Beach, Calif., to spend a month visiting het son* in-law and daughter Mr and Mi* Gail Haase and family^ She Will also visit relatives at Los Angeles. Mrs Essie Sullivan and Helen Dingley have been visiting in Des Moines. Mrs Sullivan, was a guest of sMrs Isabel Meggb and Miss Dingley visited her brother-in- law and sister Mr and Mtt V\T. B. Nugent. Mrs Mildred Fraser returned hist week from Independence, Mo., where she had visited her son and daughter-irj-law Mr and Mrs Harlan Fraser and her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Tibbetts. Molly Sullivan is spending some time at the Okobojis with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Ed Kelley of Emmetsburg who have a. cottage on Manhattan Beach. Mrs Sullivan spent a few days there last week. Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel, the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Dr. and Mrs" E. J. Capesius and Mr and Mrs Voigt of Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Corwin Peer spent Sunday ath Ruthven at Lost Island Lake 4 . Ferman Chiisioffers. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. plant foreman, is on vacation thip week. Bob Neary, of the Upper Des Moines force, returned Sunday from a 10-day vacation in Colorado. Clem Erlander and family are enjoying the lake breezes in the vicinity of Madison Lake. Minn-, this week. Mrs Marie Hawcott had' ..a phone call Monday from her'sis- ter-in-law Mrs Mayme (Fay) Hoj>k}ns, of Glendale, Calif., who is at present with her brother and sister-in-law 'Mr and Mrs Roy Moulds at Sioux City. She will later come to Humboldt to visit a sister Mrs Bernice Greene and will come here to visit Mrs Hawcott and Lee and Bess Hopkins. A family dinner was held recently at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Lemkee following the baptism of their daughter Kathy Sue in the Trinity Lutheran church. The Rev. Heck of Livermore officiated. Sponsors were Mrs Glen Long and Paul Lemkee. Others at the dinner were the grandparents Mr and Mrs P. M. Len^ee, Mr and Mrs Fred Grori- bfch, Glen Long and Mrs Paul Lemkee. My and Mrs Howard Stillman ane} the latter's mother Mrs Mapel Lee spent a week ago Sunday at Fort Dodge with Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee, former residents here. The Lees have recentjy returned from a ten days vacation at Estes Park, Colo. They took with them the sons Bill, Jjm and Tom-and left Jhe daughters Mary. Rotary District Governor Visits Max R. Clark, above, district governor of Rotary of this^ and Marcia and Lori with the grandpa^ Mrs Albert Mathias. Mr and ftfrs Mark ^ son Jimmy were caUed to Masprj City last week by we cjsath ,pf Mrs Stanton's mother, Mrs Peterson. Mrs Peterson^ 1 home 'was at Story City but for th^e past year she had made her .home with a daughter. Intermerit was made at Randall. Mrs Stanjori and Jimmy" have%been at Biulfier', "• Colo., wher% Mrs Stantoirlg attends summer school. JMjl Stanton i_ on vacation, from fhb offices of the Home Federal Savings & Loan and accprppam'ed them back tQ Boujder. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley have been visited by their son and daughter-in-lav\r Mr and Mrs was guest speaker at the Rotary meeting here Monday noon at the Hotel Aigona. Mr Clark is from Dubuque, where ha is a school administrator. He called to attention of local members the basic principles of Rotary and its motto "Service Above Self" and also complimented the local club on its Useful record. There are 47 Rotary clubs in Mr Clark's district. He was irttro'duced By Bill Dau, Rotary president. , St. Benodiot t? Mr* PhlUp Mrs Harold fofmtr Ffinc*« lives at San Bernadind, ttntly feturned to her Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben look their daughter Suzanne tor the Walther League Camp at the Ok- pbojis, Sunday, where she will sjpend a week. Sharon Smith, Haughter of Mr and Mrs David Smith is also there. Mrs Helen Passmore and son David and Mrs Tpm Lundell, of Ankeny took the father A. A. Sterling to Fort Dodge, recently, where he took a bus For De Kalb, 111., to visit his brother and sister- in-law Mr and Mrs Rex Sterling. Rev. and Mrs Gerick* and three daughters of Hartwick, Minn., are moving here August 11. Rev. Gericke has accepted the pastorate of the Trinity Lutheran church, replacing the Rev. Luther Loesch who resigned some time ago. ' Mrs Rhoda Bonar, Mrs Howard Beardsley. Mrs Marie Kunz,- Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Mrs Matthew Streit, Mrs H. M. Smith and Helen Dingley spent from Friday till Monday with Mrs L. E. Linnan at Hayward, W»s., at the Linhan summer.home. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion are grandparents agairi with the birth Thursday of a daughter to their son-in-law and daughter tffj . aojd Mrs' Wilson Abnilrthay at'Ma&m City. There is"another child jn the family, a daughter. Carol Jean 7. • ;; Mr and Mrs Claude White have had as guests the former's cousin and her husband Mr and Mrs Otto Vahr who flew here in their own plane from Redwood City, Calif. Mrs Vahr has done expensive' flying and has taken part in the "powder puff derby.'" R. A. Johnston was on vacation last week from Richardson's furniture store. Last week Tuesday and Wednesday he and his wife were at the Okobojis and stayed in the. trailer .house of Mr and Mrs Howard Forsberg, /Mrs Johnson's son-in-law and daughter.' Those in attendance at the Walther League camp of the Trinity Lutheran church at the Okobojis were Pamela Hopkins, Jill MpKean, D(ane Smith, Linn Taylor, Anette Meyer, Robert Dreesman, Harlan Wittkopf, and Richard Dreyer. Mrs Jerry MC- is counsellor, M? and Mrs Harvey Steven has as recent dinner guests Mr and Mrs Everett Hodgin, of Slater, Mr and Mrs George Wieland, of Britt, Mr and Mrs Everett Steyen, pf Sexton, Harvey Steven and Pauline Bowman. They were joined in the afternoon by and Mrs Lep, Steven. Beawisiej' and family, .of ,, ... I. Tex., ajnjff the daughter Margaret Ann of jPhaverly, v Md. Margaret Ann has returned |o Cheverly. The senior Beardsjeifs and the guests Qipy$ Jo Gjrris|n ^^l^were^etj.y, ftfrjfd at the "* _ 11; __ _ i_ ' 'i i *• ".">'• "••,*" •t'M- Ped ajne of Mr and brother end aw of Mrs Howard 1 _,. The third son of the Beardsleys, Charles and family of Austin, Tex., are vacationing in California with Mrs BeardsTey's parents. M? and Mrs Sid Spear were —*'7 their s^ir., a daughter Ifr and Mrs ' §jj m **°'" * daughters pebble and' Daun of ines came Ti»s6W to attend e wedding of Mrs Palmer's Js'Other Merlin Mert? to Joan Waupert at Bancroft, July l^th. ffQb, a jgtudenk ,at Jawa State e«Jlege, Will be 1,Senior next fall ifMJPVing In ,Iflflptrial,^engineer- >{f and Mif; Gale Block well Were yis,ifed fqr several days by tpeir spn*in»law and daughter Mr and %s William Tillman and two children, of Sioux City. They had as guests last week Wednesday and, Thursday Mr and Mvs L&j P,8Y4s and two eiuldrw, < of Downey, Calif. Mrs Davis is % niece of Mr Stockwell arjd is 'the former $><$! flffftier, o( Titgnk|. --• vj^ -~< t _,y. • Name; .. f'^j ,; «^»"^" "- F&teo «* Mrs Fenton has been delegate to the intePnatqnai Lutheran Women's wssiongry league btfooittl Convention to^ held at the Hqtel Leam,ingtori, . —™, . ,,ttJmer, w of Mrs They ,day, Mr and visited 1 daughte, Ji dh this fi ather Is 3 6hli KeUftet. ohfl and Jilnmiie ace her. Mil Jjatl Boltnfl Mike Arftdorlef aftf Mrs Thill' of this locality are ter& Barbara Kcllncr's sister, Jahice of Aaartis, Minos, is visiting it ttte Matt Sormatjtt hottnl fof 2 wceki Mfs Ben Do» Was, WgH flriite winner in 500 at Mary Daley's home July 18. Mrs,' Nick Eischen was hostess July 24, s : . The 8 lb. 18^4. ai|^>h bom to Mr and Mrs Eugqne Arndprfer June 23 has been named Edward EugeM July 14'Pa"th§f Charles Ernst baptized hifrt aftd sponsors were 'an uncle and allttt. Totnnjy Arndorfer, Corwith, and Mrs 'Joan Holman, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Matt Bormafln and Barbara and Janice Kellner were Sunday evening visitors at th« Philip Arndorfer home. The Julian Arndorfers, Waterloo, cams Saturday-fpi; a weekend visit at the Clarence Siemer, Bernard Capesius and » Philip Arndorfer homes. A picnic dinner was held Sunday noon at the Siemer home and Joan and Rita returned with their parents. Rita had visited two weeks with Seimers and Joan and Jeannie Capesius just returned from a two weeks out west. Bob Diekmann Wins A Plaque Robdrt C. Diekmann, an Algona agent of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., has won a "once in a hundred years" award for exceptional sales during the 1957 agents' honor year— which is also the firm's Centennial year. He is a winner of the "57-Lives" Centennial plaque, in competition with several thousand Northwestern Mutual agents coast to coast. He is associated with the William C. Zimmerman district agency, Spencer, of the D. M. Kerl general agency, Sioux City. Aigona Fire Call Algqna's firemen answered a call to -the Suds Yer Duds-building on north Moore street at 11 a.m. July 16 whep a driver became overheated and scorched a wall. Mrs William^Ankenpauer, Sr,, who manages the laundry, noticed smoke and another employee extinguished it as the firt trucks arrived. Damage was, slight/ Cresco Chums The Cresco Chums held their July meeting at the home of Alice Patterson, The member's dis cussed having a shower for two of our former members to b held August 2nd. Mrs Patterson served lunch. First education of women in th U. S. was in the "Dames Schools' where they were taught to read and sew, but not always to write IF IT'S NEWS - WE WMfT IT THERMOMETER HYGROMETER FREE foio lifnifetf limo . , . to f very homeowner who merely cqljj ut tqj|» hpmft fot f ff« ond check , . . we will giy t « »bi« fine Airguide/ thermometer o'nel hvmidffyji^ di^qlor . , . no obljgqti<jnl Thl» (ft 1 6 i-UiNl SAftfV ANU EFFICIENCY CHECK point check free and hand eca, . Iowa, unttt«:M P.:. ... ...__...„, of August, 1169, Irt th« Schtwl Ghrnms* stum. 1L%& ftoett, fow*.. AHMV6Sfe hour, tht,bfopeMli wit t>« publicly 6ft*nW «tttf read aloud, • • ^oMKB.wlll b* i%iyN vn »«f» Instillation, complete. " :h bid shall be accompanied by a led cheefc. c«*hi«?s • cfu** or .... drawn on a solvent slate pt ntltmal Bank domiciled within the '- of tewa, in Ute amovnt at leart th< ptoponfll, paysStt without Mndl- ttohs to the Owner. The bid security Is required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter Into f contract with Mi* Board of Education, described above, lot the work described In the proposal. • By virtue of statuatery authority a prtefefettc* will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the 8Ut<< of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. No bidder miy Withdraw his A btd for thW .fa **&£*fa _ ttf 11 end the dot cirhe to thf worrying the animal Gibbs to trawl to safety. Iowa, wg «. taipayen ures for tm County Assessor .. 13,689 3S.432 34,802 41,500 4.000 37,600 ttttALS 13,8 St.m 14,802 41,800 4.000 « 37.900 taxable Valuation subject tb Jtauntv Assessor levy tot year 1096 »6 (Published July £5, 198? ift fit* Aigona (Iowa) ttpper ties Moines) ar 1096 »6S,727,28». A rty (IB) days alter the e opeftlhi t Owner reserves .the right to reject a period o date set for the ope any or all bids and to waive informal- proposal forms' and spectflcfttloAs may be obtained 'and/or examined at the office • of the -Superintendent of Schools, Lone Rock.; and at the office of the A*K. Haarsticft Lundgren, and Associates inc., N-«B First National Bank Butldintf, -fit. Paul, Minnesota. A bond in.thfr fbrm approved, by the State of IqWf , in the sum of the full amount of , the' cohticact. win be required of the ' successful bidder. July 23, 1D67 ', ; Haarstlck Lundgren and •- Associates Inc., Architects . \ '<• ' • ^ -Engineers N-212 first National Bank Bulldfng Saint Paul i . Mlnn&bta Board of Education . ' . Sentral Comhiuhlty School District Fenton. Lone Rock and Seneca Kossuth and .Palo Alto Counties, ttowa (Published July ,25, and August 1. 1957, In The Aigona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) •'••'-.. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WltL State of Iowa , * . . , ss. In District Court Kossuth County No.. 7272 .April Term; -19S7 TO ALL WH6_M,JT- MAY. CONCERN I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,;That an instrument ot writing 'purporting to be the last Will and Testament, of Susan Bcrtc, Deceased, dated October 14. 1936, having- been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 5th- day of August,- 1967,. i§- fixed .fOir hearing proof of satne at -the Court HCusfi In Aigona, Iowa, before the District Court of said' County, ;or the Clerk .qf said Court; and. at 10., o'clock A.M., of, the day above mentioned all persons interested are Ijereby .notified and .required to appear, -and show causs, If any they. nave, why, instrument should not be probated • and -allowed as and for the last Will -and 'Testament" of said deceased; ; - ' < ,' Dated at Aigona. Iowa July. 22.. 1957. . . AJma Pearson. Clerk of the District Court. ,By Anita .Thelsen, ^ Deputy Attorneys: . " •> ' - ' *' Linhan & Lynch, Aigona, Iowa 1 (Published July A, -1957,, | n The upper Aigona (Iowa) Des Moines). What Would Happen? 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