The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
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Mcixine Menke Weds Mrs Andrew Hansen had Mrs J- W. Si-linllrs of Anus ;i.« a Weekend • pin vt. Mr and Mrs Hoscoe Mawdsley returned Mund;iy fn.m Pieirr. s - D., when- thf.y h;id vi>it.-r / Mr and Mrs William Dau J are leaving S:itu:dny momme ! flttend the liwa-Wi'sionsm f,,>t- ball gamp. Mrs Andrew Hansen and Mrs H. W. Stebrit? wore visited Thursday by Mrs George F Hanspn of Buffalo Center/ Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder spent Sunday nt Buffalo Center With the former's brother-in- law and sister. Mr and Mrs Herman Bruns. Mr and Mrs Matthew Slreit Were recently visited by the hitter's cousin and husband, Mr and Mrs Gatis Grant and daughter Betty of Hollywood, Calif., who had been visiting relatives at St Paul. Minn. Mr Grant is traffic consultant for truck lines. *"**'lA' -t * 1 **^/^ 1 *** HONSBRUCH'S Rexall Ic Sale ENDS S A T U R D^AY ! How PERCIVAL MOTORS m Winterize YOUR CAR: I Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves \\IMC visitoil uvi-r the \vvi kin i by M; S Richard Cook (.f M;i-(>n City. Mr and Mrs Richafd Dallman \vrrc visitrd Sunday afternoon nnj liad as supper pu'ests Mr and Mrs John Dallman Jr. and family ( .f Dickens. Mrs J. T. Roberts and her nunt. Margaret Kerr who makes her home here at the Roberts Nursing Home were visited Sunday by relatives from Akron. Dennis Lieb, son of Mr and Mrs R. E. Lieb, is home after a four- year enlistment in the Air Force. the last three years of which he served in England. He is presently employed by Everds Bros, of Algona. Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder plan to spend the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Herbert Le Dow and family, weather permitting. Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan and Mr and Mrs Ed Gilmore are Soing to Iowa City Friday to at-, iend Homecoming and the Iowa- Wisconsin football game. They will return home Sunday. Drs. Robert Dewel, Karl Hoffman, N. J. Kelley of Algona, Dr. 2. W. Ruske of Fenton and Dr. differ of Wesley attended the North Central District Dental Society meeting at Mason City Monday, Oct. 14. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen will have as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Achilles of New Hampton, Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks of Eagle Grove. Mrs Achilles i* the former Ruth Jackson, sister of the late Mrs Sarah Long. Lance Steven has been here on a three week's furlough from San Diego, where he took his boot trbining. He has been visiting hia grandmother, Mrs C. N. Robinson and other relatives and has left for Key West, Fla. for further training. Irvin Seeman and family. La Mesa, Calif, who have been visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs John H. Seeman, the past two weeks left Saturday- morning to continue their trip along the east coast. n . a "cndcd her sister as maid of honor and AHonrfn H K J Dciter »nfi and Rita Stumpf were bridesmaids Attending the bridegroom were Gus Faimon and Arthur ^^ couplc W f 11 , mako their home at Lincoln, Neb. where the T. P. Joynt, 81, of Clear Lake, father of Mrs Vi-rncll Ludwig. had major surgery this morning (Thursday) a t Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson had as guests Sunday the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Dwighi Frambach and the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Jewel Larsen are being visited by Mr and Mrs Verl* Larsen and daughter Lisa of Gardena, Calif. Verle is a brother of Mrs Frambach and son of the Jewel Larsens. < v,( t | Mr and Mrs Paul Deiiman had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Roj Paulson of Clear Lake, Minn and Mr and Mrs Howard Blek fold and children Jim and Eun ice of Armstrong. The women are sisters and are cousins o Mr Dettman. Mr and Mrs Bob Donovan p Rock Valley are parents of a daughter born Oct. 8 at the Sheldon hospital. She has been named Su Ann Marie and weighed 6 pounds and 1 ounce. The grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan, drove there Friday and went on to their cottage at the Okobojis for the rest of the weekend. t FREEZE THE HEATER THAT GIVES YOU COMPLETE HEATING - - COMFORT - - SAFETY. IT'S GUARANTEED NEVER TO BURN OUT!! FILL Guaranteed Against Loss FOR All WINTER Winterize NOW AT Modern Comfort Styled and built to stay modern, Moore's heaters give you all the comfort and pleasure of clean, instant gas heat — backed by a Century old reputation for leadership and progress. Quiet Operation A quiet gas flame, plus Moore's modern cast iron construction means really silent operation—no annoying snap, pop and crackle caused by expansion, .or contraction. Long 1 Service Modern cast iron construction in a Moore's gas heater will stand up under more than a lifetime of rugged use! No service needed — it's guaranteed never to burn out. Greatest Efficiency The outstanding efficiency of Moore's heaters even under the most difficult conditions is proved by their exclusive use on top lofty Pikes Peak — the toughest test for §ny heater I MOKE Heat With LESS Fuel Moore's scientific design in modern cast iron means you get all the heat from the gas you use| The combustion chamber saves fuel, too—by radiating heat when the burner is off. Mrs Ediih Buchanan and Mrs Pearl Potter spent a few days recently at. Toledo where Mrs Buchanan visited her Brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Willard Russell while Mrs Potter visited her son and daughter- jn-lnw. Mr and Mrs Durwood Potter at Tama. frirmls and transacted business. Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday of the lat- tei's mother, Mrs Gilbert Har- pn-aves. Other guests were Mr Hargreaves. Percy McGinnis and Mrs Richftrd Cook of Mason City. Joyce Hayden had as dinner guests Saturday evening her mother. Mrs Florence Hayden, lot Ware. Mr and Mrs Thor Guljord of Poulso, Wash., Mrs Anna B. Newbrough and Phyllis Jean Newbrough of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Dennis Orton are leaving Sunday to make their home at Ignatio, Colo, near Durango. where he will manage a laundromat. Dennis has been employed at the Algona Hotel as clerk and his wife worked at the Koffee Kup Kafe. Mrs R. E. Lieb and her sister, Rose- Behnke of Lotts Creek, recently accompanied a third'sis- ter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Armin Van Buren of Truro to Denver, Colo, to attend the marriage of the Van Buren's daughter on Sept. 28. They also spent a week in the Denver area Susan Kelley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley arrived at Montreal Sunday from a vacation in Europe. From there she went to Ann Arbor, Mich, to spend a week with her brother, Jim, who is taking post grad- duate work at the University of Michigan. Mary Lyile of Algona has join- eel the staff of the Brookings, S. D. Register, a semiweekly newspaper. She will be employed in the advertising department Mary, a former employee of the Upper Des Moines, had been employed since last March by p Portland, Oregon, commercial printing firm. Mr and Mrs Harlan Herbers of Minnesota Lake, Minn., are the proud parents of their second child, a son born Sunday, Oct 6 at Wells Hospital, Wells, Minn! 1 he infant weighed seven pounds, 8ty ounces at birth. Grandparents are Mrs John Herbers of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs R E Lieb of Algona. Mrs Osf« fhotnjMtoft has returned from Huntington Beach, Calif., where she spent eleven weeks with hef son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gail Haase. She was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs Nora Larson who will remain here a few weeks. the office of the County Auditor. Gainer. Iowa, at which lime and place the ftpards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, acting for w v°%« ehn m of Drflin <>fre Diftrlct r i K ». 3 ' 48 ' wi " mect for tf>e purpose of letting a contract for the clearing of approximately 2783 standing trees. 114 down timber and 180 sq. brush 2r, h& barnks and tne Bearing and grubbing of approximately 97 standing trees, 48 down timber and 15 sq. brush in channel of open ditch The commencement date is Decefn- A,i''i '?nL and completion date Is April i, 1958. Bids will be received on the entire work or in sections and each bidder will M?, ql i ired . to de l* oslt with his bid a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Hancock County or his order at his office In nn amount equal to 10% of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. n^' dS|1 u Spec , lfi , eations ' bidding blanks and other information may be obtained at the office of the Kossuth County Drainage Clerk. Algona, Iowa, or contact Wm. Henschen, Garner I°wa. Engineer In charge of the pro- BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS OF r COUNT, IOWA By c. S. Pearson, Kossuth County Drainage Cterk. 42-43 HONSBRUCH'S Rexall Ic Sale ENDS SATURDAY! DITCH WOftR . Sealed bids will be received unti 1:30 o clock PM., October 25, 1D57. at the office of the County Auditor. Oarn? r> i° W8 J at which Mm* and place the Boards of Supervisors of Han- Cork and Kossuth Counties. Iowa act- Jn* f°r and on behalf of Drainage District H. K. 3-46, will meet for the purpose of letting a contract for the cleanout of a portion of the open ditch, consisting of 1,924 cu. yds. and bank leveling, new ditch excavation of approxifhatefy 17.861 cu. yds. and bank leveling, sheet steel piling spillway complete, break up and remove 1 o'd S* n .n ^JP. ewe L?. p " Iw , nv ' fur "'sh and install 40 1 - 24" and 40' - 18" surface pipe. . commencement date Is November 7. 1S97 and completion date Is Decembsr 15. 1987. Bids will be received on the entire work or in sections and each bidder will bc ^?. qu , lred to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by a b ? n « in T ? wa ' Payable to the Auditor of Hancock County or his order at his office in an amount equal to 10% of he bid. The rlgHt is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids, specifications, bidding blanks and other Information may be obtained at the office of the Kossuth County Drainage Clerk, Algona, Iowa, or contact Wm. Henschen, Garner, Iowa. Engineer In charge of the project. BOARDS OP SUPERVISORS OF HANCOCK AND KOSSUTH COUNTIES-, IOWA By C. S. Pearson, Kossuth County Drainage Clerk. 42-43 Cord of Thanks CARD OP THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts towards neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Mrs Nicholas Krieps and Family. 42* CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks for the cindnesses, sympathy and beauti- "ul floral offerings that came to us during the illness and death of our beloved mother, Mrs Ida Gorman. 42* IF IT'S MARKED YOU KNOW IT WAN! GREEN;MARKED COAL Bettw because ifi mined 100% in famous Franklin County! Save C/ISHbecau«e Green Marked Coal burns hotter and longer . . . Save LABOR because Green Marked Coal burns cleaner. IT'S ACTUALLY MARKED WITH GREEN AT THE MINE FOR YOUR PROTEC. TION. . . . Don't say "send me the best"-say "send xa*_Qreen Marked"_-and be tun it's the best I BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. — ALGONA Watch Sale You'Pay Only THERE'S A MOORE GAS HEATER FOR EVERY USE f < FROM A ROOM TO AN ENTIRE HOME See Them At , , , NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CVpress 4-2481 "YOUR GAS CQMPANV , Iowa For Factory Guaranteed Name Brand Watches! ^H•iiiii^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^--_ No Trade-in Necessary During this Sale! Here arejExamples of Our Prices this Week! Reg. $ 59.50 Reg. 71.50 Reg. $ 52.50 Reg. $ 49.75 OTHER NAME BRAND WATCHES Reg, $42,50 ,,, Only $21,26 Reg. $66,00,,, Only $32,60 Ladies' Newest Model Diamond Set Watch Sale Price Only Men's Yellow Gold Watch with precision automatic wind, expansion band and water resistant. Sale Price Only '___ Men's Water Resistant Stainless Steel Watch, -shockproof with expansion band. Sale Price Oitly Men's Auto-wind Watch, stainless steel, precision, Sale Price Only ._. $ 28.25 $ 35.75 $ 26.25 $ 24.87 ' l V^HHHBIMHHiMM Sale Lasts Four Days Only! Wednesday-Thursday-Friday-Saturday iMftMaftfri^y^i^^^ , ' SAVE HALF! BUY THIS WEEK FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING!!

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