The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 14
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6-Atgona (la.) Upper D M Motnet Thursday, Sept. 19, 195? Two Wesley Couples Honored On Anniversaries Wesley — Mr ami Mrs John Rkhtrr celebrated their 43th •wedding anniversary Sunday. A family gathering was hold nnd nl! of their children and their families were in attendance cx- rept Marie Gary and family of Akron, Ohio. Those who attended were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rudptrum and fr.ur children of Minneapolis. Minnesota: Mr and Mrs Jack Hayes and three children of Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Ed Du«old and three children of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Ed Richter and family of Bancroft: Mr and Mrs Edmund Otis and family and Jack Richter and son, all of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Anthony Pearson were honored at a surprise 23rd Maytag Scoop! And what a scoop! This solid truekload Maylag "Halo Of Heat" Clothes Dryers arriving at our ttore — on sale Friday and Saturday. Introductory price — $199.95. NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii w e d d i n g anniversary party Thursday evening. Sept. 12, by a group of relatives and friends. The affair was also a housewann- ing as Mr and Mrs Pearson and throe children, Gary, Larry and Michael, had recently moved into thoir new farm home northwest of Wesley. They had been living in the basement of the new structure. Those \vho attended the party- were the Carson and Louis Simpsons of Wesley; Louis Lewerkes of Garner; Art Larsons of Buf falo Center; Paul McNeals and Lloyd Gerbers of Algona; Stanley Simpsons of Lone Rock; also the Frank Johnsons and Guy Carlsons of Wesley and Wallac-r. and Kenneth Donovans of Spirit Lake. The self-invited guests served a delicious lunch after this social evening and presented the honored family a wrought iron planter .stand all planted. Mrs Pearson is the former Luella Simpson. Methodist women who attended the district W.S.C.S. meeting in Britt Friday, Sept. 13, were the Mesdames D wight Bruns, Charles Price, Paul Erdman, Robert Jones, Lawrence and Theron Hanson, George Del- mering and Charles Nygaard. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals met Sept. 7 at the home of Bonnie and Judy Froehlich. A demonstration was given by Blondina and Joyce Erpelding, and talks by Ellen Siemer and Linda Bristow. A cookout is planned for Sept. 21, at Call .State Park. John Albright A Second Lieut. John P. Albright, abnve, 23, whose wife, Elaine, lives at 211 N. Main, Algona," recently was comiriifisioned a second lieutenant 'HfcFthe infantry after being graduated from the Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Ga. Lieutenant Albright, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph R. Albright, Route 1, Truro, entered the Army in 1952. He is a 1951 graduate of Algona High School. Shower Honors Bancroft Girl Bancroft — A shower honoring Geraldine Shillington was held Sunday afternoon in St. John's Catholic Church. Miss Shillington, who is employed in Des Moines, will be married to Joseph Welsh, of Des Moines. The wedding win take place in St. John's Catholic Church. Miss Darlene Simmons, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Simmons, Louise Garry, daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Garry and Phyllis Mulligan left Sunday for Briar Cliff, Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing, Joyce and Lori came Friday for a week's visit at the parental homes. Mr and Mrs Lensing left for northern Minnesota their daughters stayed at the Menke Lensing homes. Kenneth Bergman, Marvin Becker, Barrel) and Donald Lampe spent Saturday night with friends at Spencer. Mrs Charlts Quinn became suddenly ill Sunday and wa? taken to Holy Family Hospital. Estherville. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for William Russell, Omaha, and Maxine Menke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurence Menke. Maxine is employed in Omaha. Thomas McGuire and Dann Pettit of Whittemore took Bill McGuire to St. Paul, Sunday, where he will be a Junior at St. Thomas. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr spent Sunday at the Ben Dorr home, St. Benedict. Golden Wedding Open House For Ledyard Couple Ledyard — On Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15, the three sons of Mr and Mrs George Thompson, Milton, Kenneth and Duane, of Sioux City and their families, held open house at the Methodist church in honor of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. About 300 friends and relatives called during the afternoon. •"* SPOT TROUBLE STOP That Accident DUE TO FAULTY FRONT WHEELS SAVE Needless Wear ON FRONT WHEEL TIRE TREADS at KY'S Where You'll Find ... New Alignment and Balancing «: • f '. • ! KY'§ Is Introducing BENDER MAGNETIC WHEEL ALIGNMENT JOHN BEAN VISUBA LANCE BALANCING There's Nothing Else Like It In Town Come In Today For A Checkup And Save ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ i^^^^^^p ^^Bimppi^^^ CORNER STATE & HARLAN - ALGONA A beautiful four-tier wedding cake was baked and cut by Mrs Fred Rasmussen of Renwick and she was assisted by Mrs Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove. Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Corwith poured coffee; Miss Janette Mason, of LuVerne presided over the punch bowl; Carolyn Thompson had charge of the gift table; Charlotte Mason of LuVerne had charge of the guest book. The ladies of the Woman's Society of Christian Service assisted throughout. A short program was given with Kenneth Thompson presiding. A family dinner was held at the home preceding the open house. The honored guests received many beautiful cards and gifts. Mr and Mrs Thompson were married 50 years ago in LuVerne and lived most of the years since in Ledyard where until last year Mr Thompson served as rural mail carrier. They have been active in community affairs, church activities and the R.L.C.A. FISH Fishing from just below the Adel dam recently, Nile Forcht of Stuart caught a 30 pound flathead, using spinning tackle and 10 pound test line. Took nbout 40 minutes to land the big fellow. Advertisement for Bids Deep Well for Sentral Community School Diit. Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa (Bids Close September 23, 1957) Sealed proposals in t>WLtcA?B will be received by the Board of Education, Sentral Community School District, FentOrt, Lone Rock and Seneca. Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa until 8:00 P.M. on the 23rd day of September, 1957, at the School Gymnasium, Lone Rock, Iowa. At the above hour, the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Proposals will be received on Drilling a Deep Well. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or draft drawn on a solvent State or National Bank domiciled within the State of Iowa, in the amount at least equal to 5% of the total amount of the proposal, payable without conditions to the Owner. The bid security is required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Board of Education, described above, for the work described in the proposal. By virtue of statuatory authority a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities therein. Proposal forms and specifications may be obtained and/or examined at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Lone Rock, Iowa. A bond in the form approved by the State of Iowa in the sum of the full amount of the contract will be required of the success- ful bidder. September 3, 195? Board of Education Sentral Community School Dist Fenton. Lone Rock and Sefieca Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa (Published Sept. 12 and 19, 1957, in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Moines.) BRYANT The Finest Name in GAS FURNACES AVAILABLE AT North Central Public Service Co. r///ss/sssss////rss/^^^^ FALL DRESS ... A "must in every Fall Wardrobe . . . Color-Cued NYLONS by famous Holeproof Newest look for pretty legs this Fall is a colorful one, with new Nylon hosiery in hues to match or harmonize with dresses, suits, coats, sportswear. This means a more complete wardrobe of Nylons ... so, come in ... stock up now! Daytime Walking Sheers Evening Dress Sneers — 1.15 1.35 designed to delight! 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