The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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2 Titonka Girls Brides During the Past Week Titonka — Saturday afternoon. Oct. 12 at 4 o'clock occunvd the \vcfi,IIIIR of Colleen K. Rippen- tiop. dnufjhtcr of Mr and Mrs E. (' Rippentrop of Titonka and Hnny E. Well.* Jr., son of Mr and .Mrs Harry E. Wells Sr. of S:. Paul. Minnesota. The double ting ceremony was performed by Rev Giinlnn Bailey at (ho First Trinity Methodist 'Church in S; .Paul. Nuptial music was played by the prnom's brother. Robert Wells of St. Paul. Dinner was served for 18 guests and a reception followed at the H. E. Wells home in the evening. The bride and groom left on a trip to the North Shoje of Lake Superior and Northern Minnesota and will make their home in St .Paul. The bride is a graduate of Titonka High School and Gale Institute in Minneapolis and is employed by Northwest Airlines. The groom is a graduate of Hamline University and at present is completing a course in engineering at the University of Minnesota and is employed by the firm of Gausman and Moore, Inc. as a consulting engineer. Guests from Titonka included Mr and Mrs E. C. Rippentrop, David Rippentrop, and Mr and "What A Bunch Of Upsets!" He's undoubtedly referring to the "football upsets" of last week-end ... but there are other kinds of "upsets", ,.n .f 10 *, 8 of folks aroun d are down with bad colds and flu . due to changing seasons. To ward off such illness, it s a good suggestion to take a good Vitamin. In fact. Vitamins are good for the whole family. L»l us show you and discuss with you our complete Vitamin stock at Rusk Drug . . . and how reasonable they are in cost. If you have a cold you can't seem to shake, it's a good suggestion to drop in on your Doctor, before it develops into something serious. If he should give you a Prescription, remember Rusk Drug is a handy place to get it filled promptly. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Mrs Jny Budlong. St. Paul guests were Mr and Mrs H. E. Wells Sr.. Mr and Mrs Robert Wells, Mr and Mrs Clifton Carney. Rev. and Mrs Gordon Bailey and Miss Barbara Kockler June Mayland Weds Miss June Marie Mayland daughter of Mr and Mrs Walbert B. Mayland of Titonka, became the bride of George Earles of Corwith, son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Earles of Britt, in a ceremony performed by Rev. Klaus of the Garner Lutheran Church at 1:30 p.m. October 13. A reception was held at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Will Meyer. The wedding cake was baked by the bride's mother, and was cut by the bride and groom. The bride was a graduate from Klemme High School in 1957, and spent the summer working at the Coffee Shop* in Britt. The groom has been farming for himself near Corwith, and this is where the young couple will make their, home. Buffalo Boosters The regular meeting of the Buffalo Boosters was held Oct 15 at the home of Mrs C. F. Callies. The meeting was called to order by Sylvia Eden. There were 20 members and two leaders present. Eight of these were new as follows: Audrey Boelkes, Sarah Beth Brandt, Joan Cosgrove, Sharon Eden, Joice Geisking, Sharon Geisking, Linda Krantz and Jackie Rood. Old Business: Victoria Rakow resigned as treasurer. Sylvia Eden then -took over the job as secretary-treasurer. Victoria Rakow was elected as vice president because of a vacancy. Installation of officers was held with Shirley Amesbury acting as installing officer. The following were Installed: Virginia Fritz, Victoria Rakow, Sylvia Eden, Kathy Willis, Kathleen Eden and Cynthia Rakow. Sylvia Eden and Virginia Fritz gave a report on their rip to the State Fair. after which lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Lester Eden are parents of a baby daughter, born Thursday, Oct. 17 at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. She has been named Rachael Joyce and weighed 7 Ibs. 8 oz, at birth. Mrs Zola Aioher of Iowa City cam'e Thursday for a 'few days visit with Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher and other friends in Titonka. Mrs Aicher will be remembered as the daughter of Frank Callgon who in earlier years was operator of the Drug store here. Mrs Everett Rippentrop entertained her 500 club at two tables of 500. Mrs Sybil Freerksen was a guest and prizes were won by Mrs George Sachau and Mrs Ollie Bruns. Mr and Mrs Gary Hoowr of China Lake, Calif, arrived home Friday evening at the parental Wm. Peterson and Ted Hoover Sr. home. Gary has completed his service of four years in the U. S. navy. Mark* Allen Ricklefs of Esther- vine, small son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Ricklefs. spent Friday to Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Ricklefs, while his parents and family were recuperating from the flu. Mr and Mrs Lem Stockwell left Saturday afternoon for Washington, D. C. where they will visit their daughter, Mrs Priscilla Meurer who lives there. They expect to be gone a week. Mr and Mrs Wm. Ricklefs spent the afternoon visiting Mrs Grace Bruer of Lakota, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ernest Godfredsen, Donna, David and Glenice of Clear Lake were visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Gene Krominga and family Sunday. Lilah and Lyle Doege of Woden and Janice and James Hobbs of Crystal Lake were visitors also. Mr and Mrs Dale Higgins, Tommy and Linda were Sunday guests at Claar Lake where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Marshall Friest and family Mrs Wm. Trygstad of McCalls* burg is visiting at the home •'of her daughter and family, the Harold Roods. Mr and Mrs Clarence Klasse and daughters Gloria and Mickie of Ferest City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Klasse. Supper guests were Mr and Mrs Wm. Ricklef. Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rode and Linda were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters Phyllis and Debbie, Sunday. Minnie and Alice Pannkuk were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs John Pannkuk and family. Mr and Mrs Roger Page and daughter Barbara and son Brian and Mrs Ina Page all of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Louis Bartlett were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Bartlett. The occasion was Arthur's birthday. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer of Corwith spent a few hours visiting at the home of Mrs Anna Ubben Sunday. Ben Franzen, Mrs Katie Rode and Mrs Erna Franzen attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Louis Tegtmeyer at Britt. Lester Callies and Herbert Klasse flew to Clara City, Minn., on business Wednesday. Karen Hansen of Des Moines was visiting relatives and friends in Titonka Monday. HURT Pvt. Gene Holm, Osage soldier, was hurt at Ft. Lewis, Washington, recently when a truckload of bazooka rockets exploded. Two soldiers were killed. You are hereby notified that the Mayor nnd Council of the City of Algona Iowa did. at their regular meet- ng held at the City Hall in Algona, Iowa, on the 9th day of October. 1957 by resolution duly and legally passed idopted and approved, authorize and direct that at the regular municipal ^ ctl °? 2^ thc 1J«Hfle<J voters of The City of Alfona. Iowa, to be held ac' or £ u g &.?* Yt. on the ?. th da y ° f H °*- •mber. 1957, there shall be submitted . , the following special Question. to-wit: "Shall the proposition to annex th* territory described as follows: The East Half of the North- Jwst Quarter (£1,4 NWU) and the West Half of the North- feast Quarter (W'.fc NtM> of Section Twelve (12). Township Ninety-five (95) North. Range Twenly-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; hi the resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Algeria! on the Snd day of October, be approved?" „^-- » re further notified that Mid proposition Is submitted at said elec" tlon by the Mayor and City Council on their own motion and that at said election the polls shall be open from 8:00 o'clock a.m. until 8:00 o'clock p.m. and that the voting places for jtafri election shall be as follow*: First Ward - American Lttfon Hall - Thlrd wafd Ora <* Fourth Ward — City Hall » in the City of Algona. Iowa. r£» a J 1 ,S hl &. y .? u W|U tak * notice. Dated this 9th day of October, 1957. fir. Cameron C. Shiertt. Mayor of the City of Algona. Attest: David A. Smith _ .City Clerk of Algona. towa Published in the Algona Upper Iowa - <?ct - LOCATED IOWA. ' Notice is hereby given that there is now on file In the office of the Iowa Natural Resources Council. State House. Des Moines, Iowa, an application from the Corn Belt Power Cooperative for a permit to withdraw water for Industrial use on a tract of 3.65 acres more or less situated in the I«ii <# Sw * of s «ctlon 4. TB4N, RflaW, lying to the South and West of the right-of-way of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company, in Kossuth County, Iowa, from a well located on said property. Applicant requests a'permit to with- °f»w water in the maximum quantity of 2,000,000 gallons per year at a maximum rate of 75 gallons per minute throughout the year. Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m. on November 13, 1957, in the Speaker's Room, State House, Des Moines 19, Iowa, at which time and place or at any adjournment thereof, the Water Commissioner or his Deputy will take evidence by the applicant and any other person either in support of or opposition to the granting of a permit. R. O. BULLARD, WATER COMMISSIONER BY /S/ RICHARD L. RlCK Deputy Published Oct. 24 and 31, 1957 in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) kS.BOMANNOK about this "t don't think there's any job that has more accident hazards than farming. Today a hired man lest his hand in the corn picker. Would fai'm .liability insurance be my besi bet to protect me from lawsuits, and to compensate my help for injuries and disability?' 7 For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. F. S. NORTON & SON Phone CY 4-3846 ALGONA Blizzard in Montana. Snow in Minnesota. No question about it, "Old Man Winter" can be coming to these parts any time now. • * •• ',-..-...•* • i . Take advantage of these remaining days to put things around-your place in shape to meet Winter. We have weather-stripping for around windows and porches, also blanket insulation that is easy to install yourself. Check up on what you need - F. S. Norton has got it for you. If you're using Coal, call us for a bin-fill. The red trucks are delivering coal now. Still building Norton Hog Feeders, Mr. Farmer. Drop in and get the details on one for your farm. Yours for service F. S. NORTON & SON I YOU Can Get Up To ooo IN NEW FURNITURE TBJU OM'S HONEY! Let's See If Bjustrom's Has that Sectional & Chair We Want... f It's the famous and popular annual "Heart's Desire" event at Bjustrom Furniture Co., Algona, Iowa . . . BUT with something really T-E-R-R-I-P-I-C added I . . . here's what it is: Pick out the item of Furniture you want most for your home at Bjurtrom'c. Go through all three floors. When you have it in mind, just note the ticket number of that item (suite, chair, bed, what-ever) on one of our cards, toss the card in the big barrel. Not one single thing to buy - nnd if your card is drawn on any one of the three drawings, you get your "HEART'S DESIRED Absolutely FREEI Three diffeTentTme, - you , , . and now listen: if the item you have selected as your "HEART'S PESIRi" is one (suite, chair, bed, what! ever) that you purchase at Bjustrom's - AND YOUR HEART'S Y DESiRE CARD IS DRAWN - then whaT? THIN WHAT! You get double the purchase price of that item in FREE FURNITURE. Yes - double. Perhaps you've w™ templated the purchase of some furniture item anvwav » if M, WHY NOT make yourself eligible for DOUBIE that item in FREE FURNITURE? Could anything - but any. thing - be nicer? ???? 7 * oy OUR REGULAR EASY TERMS ARE AVAILABLE DURING THIS EVENT Bjustrom Furniture Co. AIGONA, IOWA 3 BIG FREE DRAWINGS A NEW WINNER EACH TIME FIRST DRAWING: Friday, Oct, 25th 8:00 p.m. (At Our Store) SECOND DRAWING: Friday, Nov. 1st 8:00 p.m. (At Our Store) THIRD DRAWING: Friday, Nov. Sth 8:00 p.m. (At Our Store) II YOUR Heart's Desire " ANYTHING YOU PICK AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Can Be Yours Absolutely FREEI BUT IF YOU MIGHT HAVE PURCHASED IT WOW!! SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON ALL THREE FLOORS

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