The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 10
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t-fttgana f!o.) Upper DM Mo!n»t Thursday Oct. 10, 195? Norbert Hilberh, Wesley, Observe 25th Anniversary Wesley—Mr and Mrs Norbert Hilberi entertained a group of relatives and friends Sunday evening in observance of their silver wedding anniversary which was Thursday, Oct. 3. Guests included father Linus Eisenbacher and housekeeper, Teresa Erelineas of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Ted Hilberi, Mrs Emma Hilbert, Mr and Mrs Arnold Elb»rt of Algona/ Mr and Mrs Girard Stroulh of Reading, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson, Mr and Mrs Joe Studer, Mr and Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher, Joe and Ed Eisenbacher, Mr end Mrs Kenneth Studer, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Glieden and Rev. L. N. Klein. "500" was played. Ed Eisenbacher and Mrs Joe Sluder won high and low score prizes. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Hilbert and daughters. The honored couple was iha recipient of beautiful gifts end much silver. Appoint New Chairmen Of Wesley Auxiliary Wesley — The American Legior, Auxiliary held its regular month lv meeting Thursday evening. Oct. 3rd. Mary Lou Studer, president, had appointed the following chairmen: Americanism, Bernadine Hamilton; music, Mary Krieps; constitution and by-laws, Myrtle Lease; community service, Mary Forburger; Pan Americanism, Pauline Pfeffer; gold star memorials, Minnie Studer: civil defense, Rita Youngwirth: membership, Nyla Mewbrough and Mary Lou Studer; girl's state Nyla Newbrough; poppy, Delore? Madsen; rehabilitation, Edna Flpm; publicity, Viola Studer: child welfare. Helen Johnson rarrl<! and flowers, Jo Meurer: legislation, Jeannine Studer. A county meeting will be held in Lu Verne Nov. 12. Helen Plathe received door prize. Emm:: Olson and Helen Plathe were hostesses. Lorene Goetz got lucky cup prize. At Medical Convention Dr. Paul Warner returned home Saturday evening from attendance at a 3-day medical convention in Iowa City. He was a houseguest in the home of i>. brother, John Warner, and family. Dr. Warner's office' will be closed on Saturday afternoons, instead of Thursday afternoons beginning "Saturday, Oct. 12. Bishop Mueller Visits Bishop Mueller of Sioux City said Mass Sunday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic Church and gave a talk on the proposed new Central Catholic High School to be built in Algona. New Granddauejh'ler Mr and Mrs Wm. Stalzer report a new granddaughter, born Monday. Sept; 30, to Mr and Mrs Harry Stalzer of Remyick. The jnfipt was baptized Marjorie Alice-Sunday in the Livermorc Catholic Churnh. This is then first child and the mother is thr former Alice Klein. rtau^h+^r o* Mr and Mrs Nick Klem of Livermore. Mnrlene.KJ.ein and Ralph Stalzer were sponsors, SHver In TMah • Steven Walkpr, young son o'l Mr and Mrs J. L, Walker, got a 1% inch sliver in his thigh Wednesday,' Oct. 2nr), on the school teeter totter. Dr. Paul Warner removed it by surgery. Advertisement for Bld» Pump 8t Pfessurs Tank for Seniral Community School Dial. Fenlon, Lone Rock and Seneca KosButh and Palo Alto Counties, lo-wa (Bids Close Dot. 17. 1<!57) Scaled proposals In DUPLICATE will be received by the Board of Education. Sentral Community School Dist- "'rt, Fenton. Lone Rock and Seneca. Kossulh and Palo Alto Counties, town I until 8.00 P.M. on the 17th day of Oetobcr. li,57, at the School G.vrn- 'lasium. Lone Rock, Iowa. At the above lour, the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Proposals will be received on a Pump and Pressure Tank. 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 ts required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Board of Education, described above, fbr the work described In the proposal. By virtue of statutory 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 n 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 oe obtained and/or examined at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Lone Rock, Iowa. A bond in the form approved b'y tho State of Iowa In the sum of the full amount of the contract will be required of the successful bidder. October 8, 1957 Board of Education Sentral Community School Dist. Fenlon, Lone Rock and Seneca. Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa. (Published Oct. 10 and 17, 1957, in the Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines.) Rpsmussen H"am9 Donald Rasmussen came home Thursday Oct. 3rd from the Britf hospital where he had been a jjatient since he broke his leg five weeks ago in a fall from the haymow on the parental Pat $asmussen home. Judith Marie Weiland, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Weiland, was baptized Sunday in the Methodist Church by the Eev. Robert Jones. Mr and Mrs John Weiland of Whittemore were Sunday guests in the home pf their son, Orville Weiland, and family. Earl Gaetz of Austin, Minn., ^umor College, spent the week" end with his parents, Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz, and family. He helped in the Jim Walker home Saturday. Sandra Flom, who is taking £ 8-month's special nurses traim jng course at Independence spent the weekend at her par (Hital Erling Flom boms. Henry Hauptly of Algona and his sister, Kathryn Hauptly al spent Oct. 5-6 with their .the Emil Moncelles ol Amiret, Minn. Marva Nygaard and her classmate, Phyllis Waite of Missouri Valley at the state college, Ce4ar Talli, spent the weekend with former's parents, Mr and Mrs Nygaajrd, |r and |4rs Darrell Bruns of were weekend guest? „, Pruns home, Other there on Sunday were |»d Mr* Tom Bruns of Arti- fethodist Youth Group evening in the 3um£ in Sex* $ devotion service and lesson followed by a Spencer her days visit in the A. N. Richts meier home. Mr and Mrs Richtsmeier and Bob and Mr and Mrs Welsh were Monday evening dinner guests in the home ol Ricntsmeier's daughter, Mrs Paul Schmidt, and family at Adaza. Mrs Rose Franzen of Alta Vista.came Saturday evening for several'day's visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs Wm. Stalzer. Mi Stalzer has been a surgery patient at University hospital, Iowa City, several weeks, following several weeks' hospitalization at Oakdale. Mrs Paul Warner, Mrs Gertrude Swanon, Mrs Sam Alne and Mrs Frank Johnson attended a church conference in Boone Thursday Oct. ' 3. Mrs Johnson was r houseguest that night of Mrs-. Esther Skow, a former Wesleyan. Mrs Skow brought her home- Friday and visited relatives hen till Saturday. Sunday guests in the Mrs Justine Becker hpme were M. and Mrs Allen Vaske and family and Mr and Mrs Gregory Auguatine and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Anton Beckoi of St. Joe and Mr and Mrs Ar nold Kollasch and family o! Whittemore. . Mr and Mrs Francis Beckci and baby, Steven, left Sunday morning following a five-day visit with his mother, Mrs Justine Becker, and family. He is stationed at the naval base at Great Lakes, 111, The family live nearby. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr and M rs Tom Long and fam ily and Air and Mrs Dennis Long of Long Rock, Mr and Mrs Mar vin Ackerson end Douglas and Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and family. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson entertained at three tables o "500" Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Cink won high score prize. Mr and Mrs Charley Price and four children joined other relatives Sunday at a family dinnei party in the Oscar Monson home in Mason City. Mrs Veva Lease left Moirlay. Oct. 7, for a week's visit with relatives in Marion, Cedar Rapid>and Urbana. Mrs Dewey Valentine a n ii young son Douglas of Truman, Minn, spent the weekend at the parental Ben fiden home. M" Valentine and his father were in British, Columbia, on a huntm;.-, trip and had reported one moose bagged by Saturday. Mr and Mrs Carl Henderson of New London were weekend guests of 'Mi/ and Mrs Otto Mr and Mrs Now of Ida Grove were ajsp $unday guests in the Otto Henderson hpme. Ben Eden wal laid up the fore part <jf the week with a sprained ankle sustained in a jump fj-ptn a truck. Mrs Mary Peters had as her weekend guests her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Alton Luder, Jim and Paine of pontoosuc,Ill. PROGRESS , WEEK OCT. 13 -19 I iiiiiuiiiiiniiiMmiMH^ MODER JOIN IN A SALUTE TO HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE JOHNNY HOPKINS On The Corner of Slate & Jones Street* Phone CY 4-3372 Featuring Standard Oil Products Alias Tires & Batteries WE PICK UP AND DELIVER WE DO ROAD SERVICE A Slop To Winterise Will Keep You Going! Truck SCHULTZ BROS. Station & Garage , WES AND THE BOYS — GAS FOR LESS South Edge of Algona on Phillips Street Phone CY 4-4655 EVERYTHING FOR Y&UR CAR OH TRUCK Gas *- Oils — Lubes — Anii-Free«e — Repairs — Premiunu We'll Make Your Vehicle Completely "Winter-Ready"! FRANKL'S D-X SERVICE KEN FRANKL Algona's Newest Service Station Located at Corner of North Jones and North Streets Phone CY 4-9117 COMPLETE D-X PRODUCTS FIRESTONE TIRES & ACCESSORIES Modern Winterizing in a Modern Service Station" ALGONA CO - OP CREAMERY Filling Station on Corner of East -State & Wooster Streets Serving Our Many Patrons With the Best in Petroleum Products of All Kinds Telephone CY 4-2794 1 1= 1= HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE BILL HILTON On The Corner of State & Jones Streets Phone CY 4-3654 Featuring Sinclair Gasolines. Oils, Lube Products COMPLETE LINE OF FAMOUS OOODYEAR TIRES We Winterize Your Car or Truck — Right «-- And Fastf II •~ 9 f Bulk Wagon Oil Dealers WAGNER CITIES SERVICE ALLEN WAGNER On The Corner of State & Phillips Streets Phone CY 4-9126 YOUR "CITIES SERVICE" HEADQUARTERS Cities Service Products — Gas, Oils, Lubes, Greases & Anti-Freeze "We Give Gift House Stamps With Your Purchase" COMPLETE WINTERIZING SERVICE JERRY FERRIS Sinclair Tank Wagon Service Fuel Oils — Farm Oili PHONE; CY 4-8654 — or — CY 4-4286 Boke Sale For Bake sale will b* h#ld in th* Studer Store Saturday, Qci. 12, sponsored fey lh» America^ Legion ppfiffjiMwl jf f ffWw IPftWlSHffiNiF ft* P to 0g io Jhe polfp f W nd7 KY'S CHAMPLIN SERVICE , • .;. > . ^ ; "KY" ': : • ©n The Corner oi State S( Harjan Streets Phone CY 4-1133 ChampUn Petroleum Products 1 • Firesjone Tires "SgBVlCE WITH 4 SMILE" t Motor Tuneup § Wheel Balancing • Washing, On» Slop ' ROY R. HUTZELL Cities Service Tank Wagpn Service Fuel Oils — Farm Q»U PHONE: CY 4-9126 ^ or — CY 4-2742 CHROME SERVICE STATION BUD ANDERSON At Junctipn of Hi-Ways 18 and 169 Phone CY 4-9191 "OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY" aa — Firestone Tires — Batteries •— Accessories Complete Lubrication <-«• Diesel Fuel & Oil "We'll WMUwise For You ANY TIME!" HOME and FARM

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