The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 6
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6-Algeno flu.) Upp«,f $*§ Molnw Thursday, Sept. 12, 1957 40-Year Legion Members Are Honored, Swea Swea Gift •— At the American Legion meeting of Fisher Post No. 14 to be held September 16. thirteen members will be honored on the occasion of 40 years continuous Legion membership with the payment of the 1958 dues. They are Charles Schernrnel, A. B. Tweeten, Ed I. Hammond, j Frank Tooley. Herman Bowman. George K. Nelson. R. E. Berg Axel Erickson Fred Sheelev' Oscar Nelson. John Batton, Sam Rystad, and Joe Kennedy. Some are transfers to or from the local post, but all have maintained continuous membership since the American Legion was organ- ised following World War I. A 35-year member is Glen Curtis. Swe*-ttarrison 4-H BlHy Wiskus was elected president at the Swea-Harrison 4-H meeting Sept. 2 at the home of Janet and Paul Thoreson. Other new officers are Ronnie ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SHOE STORE! Shoes For Teen-Age Boys And Men Have Been Added To Our Shoe Line Due io Special Requests, we have added shoes for Teen-age Boys and Men io our fine line of shoes for ladies, infants and children ... for the teen-ager we now have the famous ENDWELL shoe in Ivy League Loafers, Black & White Saddles, White Bucks, Moccasin Blathers and others. For the men, we have stocked the popular Johnsonian Guide Step shoes. All shoes priced from $8.95 to $10,95. We cordially invite you io see our new lines . . . AUCTION! ••IIM^^ ERN 5-ftOOM HOUSE Friday, Sept. 27th 1:30 P.M. - AT 117 EAST OAK ST., ALGONA * E E ?£A D ? 3CRIPTION; Lot 3, Block 242, Call's Avenue Addition. boxlo2'lt, Lot. • TERMS OF SALE: 20% down, balance as soon as dear title is given. Possession on or before Oct. XO, 1957. • • REASON FOR SELLING; Have purchased larger house. DESCRIPTION OF HOUSE; Modern, 5 rooms, including 2 bedrooms, plus heated porch. Full basement. Extra good foundation. Ne.w ropf. Double garage with cement floor. House painted 2 years ago, Rusco windows upstairs. Good sidewalks. Inlaid linoleum in kitchen and plenty of built-in cupboards. Like-new QJl-Q-M^ic furnace, 535-gal oil barrel. 55-gal, Westinghouse water h'eater, like new. Water Softener, House is insulated and has insulating ceiling tile in all rooms. Also included with house are 3 wool rugs, curtains and drapes, all- channel IV antenna. on ft hard surface street, in a good neighborhood and close to , „,„ taxes and assessments due in 1957 will be paid, House will be open for inspection by appointment only, but will be open all day, Sept, 27th, ~"*<*«^^ AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; $50 will be paid to the real estate agent who lists " "•• buyer with we—Dale Yungeberg. RICHARD COOK, Owner DALE YUNGEBfiBG, Auctioneer Lindo, vice president; Janet Thoreson, secretary; Glen don Peterson, treasurer: and Maxine Clark, reporter. Karen Johan- sr>n was appointed photographer and Richard Olson, recreation chairman. Cecil Thoresoft and Everett johansen were named Leader and assistant. 6ui v Clark and Charles Heidefiwith gave demonstrations. Assistant hosts were Kenny and Duane Schmicking. Mrs Schmicking and Mrs Thoreson served lunch. Mr and Mrs Ed Montgomery and Dennis, Joann, and Jane visited last weekend with Mrs Montgomery's parents, Mr and Mrs Percy Herum of Dolliver. All of the nine Herum sons and daughters were together at this time. Mrs Max Treat and son Mark Ellsworth arrived last week for a six weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs G. W. Johnson. The Treats have been living in Norfolk, Va., where he had been stationed while serving in the Navy. Other guests at the Johnson home are Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson of Santa Ana, Calif., parents of Mrs Johnson. John Sanftner, Jr., who has had summer employment at Highland Perk, Illinois arrived Sunday for a visit at his home before returning to his studies at the State University of Iowa. Members of the Swimming Pool committee met Tuesday evening with the city council to mak« plans for construction ol the municipal pool. A $55,000 bond issue was approved Aug. 28 by 70% of the voters. It was decided at Tuesday's meeting to hold up selection of the site until after an engineer had been engaged. Mr and Mrs Clayton Holm and family have moved to Benson, Minn., where they will make their home. A school of instruction for officers and chairmen of standing committees of American Legion Auxiliary was held. Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall. Hostesses were Mrs A. J. Bilsborough, Mrs Fern Peterson, Mrs Walter O'Green, and Mrs Gladys Hansen. The corsages for gold star mothers were made by Mrs Maurice KoLlasch. Members of the Harry Montgomery V.F.W. Post are participating in a drive to raise funds for the main lodge in a summer camp for Iowa's crippled children. The local post has begun door-to-door campaign, according to Marvin Sanders, post commander. P.T.A. held the first meeting of the school year Monday evening at the school. The program, which had been arranged by the xecutive committee, included a reception fon the teachers; also a demonstration by Reta Walker and Kay Fitzgerald of the Swea Sunbeams 4-H club, and several numbers by the Legion Chorus. Sunday visitors at the George selzer home were Mrs Morris Van Norman, Carolyn Van Norman, and Roger Reece of Lewisville. Mr and Mrs Clifford Van Bercum are the parents of a son Bruce Leigh, born Sept. 4 at an stherville hospital. After September 11 .business places will not be open on Wed- icsday evenings. Mr and Mrs Bernard Simmons and family of Waterloo visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ora Simmons. Guests Sunday evening at the George Selzer home were Mr, and Mrs George C. Selzer, and rs Orton Hanson of Spencer. Mayor E. L. Hanson reports hat repairs on the water tower will be completed in the near uture. The tank has been com- jletely cleaned on the inside. Dther work includes painting and construction of a new frost x>x on the pipe running up to he tank. Dinner guests Monday evening at the George Selzer home were 'erry Van Norman and Charlene Caldwell of Minneapolis. Oscar Peterson, who had been hospitalized at Estherville with the flu, returned to his home Friday. The Robert Browning family, who recently moved here from Davenport to manage the O'Keefe Hamburger Shop, have moved into the Linde house formerly occupied by the Russell Smith family. Mr Browning, who has been employed by Alcoa at Davenport, will join his family here later this month. The Brownings have three daughters, Kathy, 13, Sue, 9, and Bonnie, five. Chuck Davis 231 Top Bowling Line Chuck Davis flipped the top line at Hawkeye Lanes this week, a 231 that edged Den Lickteig, who had a 225 and 212. Other men over 200 included Bill Prior 210, Paul 'Engen 207, Jim Walker 202, Don Miller 212, Bob Rusher 204, Jack Lickteig 200, Casey Loss 210, Don Shaw 210 and Louie Gilbride 206. Nebraska Pastor Accepts Call Rev. Glen Discoe of Sidney, Neb. has accepted the call to the pastorate of the First Baptist church in Algona. He, his wife, and two teen-age sons arrived over the weekend. He preached his first sermon here Sunday. Rev. Roland Andrews, whom Rev. Discoe succeeds, has gone to Titonka where a new Baptist church is being organized. Rev. Andrews has been in Algona since 1952. UPM ClMW8*d* Pay MORE PtOPlE DRTVE CHEVROtETS THAN AW OfrttR CAI Ntw Chevrolet Bel AU Sport Coupe with spunk to spore! Great to have-and only Chevy's got em ! Chevrolet's the only leading low-priced car with any of these advances—the only car at any price with all of them 1 BODY BY FISHER. You get more to be proud of in Chevrolet. No other low-priced car is quite so beautifully or substantially built down to the last detail. SHORTEST STROKE VS. This helps explain Chevrolet's smooth and lively V8 ways. Short-stroke design also means less piston travel, longer engine life. Here's super-efficient power with plenty of vim and vigor! STANDARD BALLJRACE STEER. ING. Chevy's Ball-Race steering gear mechanism is virtually friction-free ! That means easier parking, surer control, more relaxed driving. POSITRACTION REAR AXLE*. When one rear wheel slips in mud, snow or ice, the wheel with the traction grips for sure going! TRIPLE.TURBINE TURBO. GLIDE*. The silkiest automatic drive anywhere! You move from standstill to top cruising speed in one gentle stream of motion. Special "Grade Retarder" position saves braking on hills. PA Chevy's got the big "details," too! See all the exclusives at your Chevrolet dealer's! ^Optional at extra cost CHEVROLET GET A WINNING DEAL ON A NEW CHEVY-THE GETTING'S EXTRA GOOD 1 OiUyJrancltised Clwvrokt dealers aBSSHdSSi? _display this famous trademark See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer SAMPLE FARM The undersigned Executrices of the Grant W. Sample Estate have entered into a contract for the sale of one of the finer, well improved, farms located just east of Irvington, Iowa, and which is more particularly described below. This contract will be submitted to the District ourt of Kossuth County and the same will be approved, unless better and higher bids are offered at said hearing. You are further notified that said hearing will be held in the COURT ROOM at the COURT HOUSE in ALGONA,IOWA, on Tuesday, Sept. 17,1957 at 2:00 o'clock P.M., at which time you may appear and make objections, if any you may have, to the approval of said contract of sale. You may also bid on said land if you so prefer. The North Half (NV4) of the Southwest Quarter (SWy 4 ) and the North Half (NV4) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) and the South Half (SVi) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%), all in Section Thirty-two (32), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the Fifth P. M., except the Chicago & Northwestern Railway right-of-way, containing approximately 240 acres, less railway right-of-way. This is highly productive Webster and Clarion soil and is well drained, improvements are above average and in good repair, * * *T?1? Executrkes will convey by Executrices' Peed and will furnish abstract of title showing marketable title, Possession will be given to purchaser on March X, 1958, Other terms will be announced at the time of the hearing, Grant W. Sample Estate Capitola Sample and Edna J, Arnold, Executrices,

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