The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1957
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fi-Algono (la.) Upper De$ Moines Thursday, October 31, 195? Junior Play At Ledyard High On Nov. 2nd Ledyard — Thr Junior Clap-: 10th Anniversary For Algona's Girl Scouts unnVr t!io i;un Wir:-m r -,•. p'ay, "Ii'< Or n:n« at f. The o •>! U I.^u Maxvr'!. Dcni?t» Kim:: Lou'? be>t f; u Mrs Will- To B? C: .•n -v. •: f -:11 veil Kn!e:> : dnu- fhter. 17. a fvr=h">;tn n College. Deannri Wirnif 1 :; Wilbur Maxwell: son. 13, a ni-nhitiou- tvpo. De?n Gelhnus: Janet Maxwell: mother. 40. JcAnn Wentworth: Hercules Nel-on: Wilbur's bosom pal, Ardcn Kramersmeier; Aunt Nancy: Mrs Maxwell's aunt. Gretchen Looft: John Maxwell: Father, in his early forties. Arno Troff; Mrs Jennings: a friend of Mrs Mfixwoll. Alice Insebritson; J. C. Mallory: Mrs Maxwell's Boss, Craig Thilges; Grover Jennings: Connie's boy friend, Ken- nrth Mcnke: Louie: a woud be robber, Lye Haag; Gertrude: Louie's wife ;>ml parlrvv in crime, Sylvia Wilhelmi; Gladys: the maid. Judy Herz<>«; Clara Smith: a police woman, De-lores Udstuen. There will' be two skits presented between acts by members of the class. The names of skits and the cast will be announced later. Don't forget the date Friday, November 1. ^ L ^ i f Mrs Freda *rey entertained Mr and Mrs Red CJassen of Swea City and Mrs Lena Warner at dinner on Thursday evening. On Friday Mr and Mrs Classen left for California where they will make their home. Mr Classen was,the lineman for the Central telephone company and Mrs Classen was operator here before they moved to Swea City. Mrs Esther Halvorson and Beverly and Tommy of Minneapolis and Lyn Halvorson of Blue Earth were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel. . Mr and Mrs Herman Brandt went to Hubbard on Saturday to visit relatives over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovt fast week purchased the Harold Inglet home. The Inglets ha,v, bought Mrs Alice Garry's home. Mrs Garry, since Rita's marriage, will make her home with her The eight Algona ladies shown above were among those honored at a Girl Scout dinner in the high school annex Monday night, Oct. 14. Girl Scouts from seventh through twelfth grade in school attended. The ladies in the photo are, front row, left to right, Mrs Inez Wolfe, Mrs James Merryman, Mrs John McGuire and Mrs Russ Pickett. Back row, left to right, Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs John M. Schutter, Mrs Earl Sprague and Mrs C. D.-Schaap. All were either officers or leaders when Girl Scouting was organized here ten years ago. ' There were 100 - 125 girls in the original organization, compared with about 300 in 1957. Mrs Hemhiingsen, Mrs Les Kenyon and Helen Mikes received ten year pins for their Girl Scouting activities following the dinner. (Nels Isaacson photo — UDM Engraving) children and her sisters. The Inglets and Grunhovts will be moving about November 1st. Mr and Mrs Earl Jones of Graettinger were dinner guest* on Friday evening at the George Thompson home. The Jones plan to leave soon for Florida for the winter. On Saturday Mrs Fred Dutton, Mrs Ed,ward Knoner, Janice Wentworth and Mrs D. B. Mayer went to Britt where they attended an all day Observation school in Sunday school work at the Britt Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes left on Friday for Baxter, Ankeny and Des Moines where they will visit their children. On Thursday afternoon Mrs B. E. Gilbertson entertained friends at a birthday party for her mother, Mrs George Jacobson. The afternoon was spent socially and a lovely lunch was served. The Methodist WSCS is invited to a Guest Day at the Methodist Church in Buffalo Center on Thursday, Oct. 31st. Mrs Goldman of Titonka will be the speaker. Mrs Anna Togerson has been in Mason City the past week visiting at the home of her son Alvin and with friends. Mrs Martha Hagge went to Mason City this past week to visit for awhile at the home of her daughter Jean and family, the Gordon LeWarnes. Mrs Fred Dutton and Ellsworth visited last weekend at the Frank Prentice homfe in Sac City. Mrs Prentice and Mrs Dutton were former school friends. Mr and Mrs Edward Knoner* spent Thursday in Mineapolis. While there they visited their son Dennis who is a student at HEATER THAT GIVES YOU COMPLETE HEAT- mimi - - SAFETY. IT'S GUARANTEED TO BURN OUT!! Modern Comfort Styled and built to stay •«.odern/ Moore's heaters 've you all the comfort •nd pleasure of clean, Aslant gas heat — back- ; i by a Century old -qputation for leader- hip and progress. ''uiet Operation X quiet gas flame, plus {core's modern cast iron Construction means real- y silent operation—no innoying snap, pop and •rackle caused by ex- mansion or contraction. ,ong Service Modern cast iron construction in a Moore's TBS heater will stand up inder more than a lifetime of rugged use I No ••ervice needed — it's niaranieed never to burn out. Jreatest 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 fox any heater I MORE Heat With LESS Fuel Moore's scientific design in modern cast iron means you get all the heat from the gas you usel The combustion chamber saves fuel, too—by radiating heat the burner is off. Bethel College. The Misses. Bernice Vickerg and Valborg Mjelde of Rockford, III. were visitors at the D. B. Mayer home on last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Don Lloyd arrived home on Friday evening from their honeymoon trip. They will be here this week packing and will leave late this week for their home in Rock Island, 111. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Flynn and family of Redwood Palls, Minn, visited at the home of Mrs Alice Garry, and at the George Thompson home one day last week. Mr and Mrs William Poppe and sons Dennis and Daltpn came home last Monday evening from Newton where they had been called by the death of Mrs Poppe's mother, Mrs Edith Oatefe. Funeral services were held or) Monday. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will observe the Week of Prayef and Self Denial in their Circle meetings this week. The Mary Circle will meet on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Mary Bashara. The Esther Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs N. A. Pingel with Mrs Zilphy Hardt assisting. Mrs George Thompson will have charge of the program in both Circles. Mrs Harold Herzog came home from the Buffalo Center Hospital on last Monday after being there for treatments for two weeks, The small son of Mr and Mrs Don Johnson was baptized Sunday morning in the Methodist Church. He was given the name of Thomas Virgil. Mr Earl Moore tff Emmetsburg spent the weekend at the home of his sister, Mrs Eunice Dyer. On Sunday Mrs W. E. Wiemer, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer and Mrs D. B. Mayer went to Fort Dodge where they visited Mrs Wm. Wiemer's father E. E. Williams at friendship Haven. They were all dinner guests of Mrs Wiemer's at Treloars. THERE'S A MOORE OAS HEATER FOR EVERY USE ... FROM A ROOM TO AN ENTIRE HOME See Them At , . , , NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE Algona, Iowa OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Ann Kemna, who attends Clarke College at Dubuque and Donald Kemna, a student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent (he weekend with theft patents, Mr and Mrs Ed. Kerftna. Mrs Alfred Schultz and children and Mrs Chester Alme visited with their mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs W. Q. Cooper visited at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ernest Enockson on Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Cooper visited the Dewey Lannings at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme visited Sunday afternoon at the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher, Ruth and Sara visited. Martha Usher, a student at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carroll Olson and daughters attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bernard Twait of Ringsted, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser at Whittemore, Monday evening. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann and Mrs Mina Wehrspann accompanied Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn of Fenton, Sunday afternoon to Lake City for the Lutheran Hour Rally held at the gymnasium. The Wehrspann's Son, Rev. Leo Wehrspann of Audubon directed the mass chorus and his two children John and Joel sang in the children's choir . Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family spent Sunday evening with his mother, Mrs Bertha Oppedahl at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Earl Long were Sunday over-night guests at the Charles Spurlock home at Sutherland and called at the Nursing Home to see Mr Spurlock. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem were Saturday evening callers at her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ray Bell of Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Fahey Gress and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the Eli Gerbers at West Bend. Their daughter, Donna Gerber was home from college for the weekend. Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and girls of West Bend spent Saturday with Mrs Bertha Jacobson. Thursday evening visitors at the Carroll Olsons were Mr and Mrs Gene Zinnel and daughter of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson were Friday night callers at the Olsons. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, refill leads in variety of colors. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al gona. NOTICE OF ELECTION TO THE VOTEns OF ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA You are hereby notified that the Mayor and Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, did, at their regular meeting held at the City Hall in Algona, I6wa, on the 9th day of October, 1997, by resolution duly and legally passed, adopted and approved, authorize and direct that, at the regular municipal election of the qualified voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held according to law on the 5th day of November, 19S7, there shall be submitted to the voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, the following special question, to-wit: "Shall the proposition to annex the territory described as follows: The East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E'/a NWVi) and the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W>4 NEV4) of Section Twelve (12), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 6th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; in the resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 2nd day of October, 1957, be approved?" You are further notified that said proposition is submitted at said election by the Mayor and City Council on their own motion and that nt said election the poll* shall be open from 8:00 o'clock a.m. until 8:00 o'clock p.n% and that the voting places for said election, shall be as follows: „ . First ward — American Legion Hall Second Ward — Public High School building, first floor Third Ward — Third Ward Grade School building Fourth Ward — City Hall all Jn the City of Algona, Iowa. Of all which you will take notice. Dated this 9th day of October, 1987. • Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa Attest: David A. Smith City Clerk of Algona, Iowa. Published in the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 17, 24 and 31, 1957. NOTICE Of HEAWHO OK APPLICATION BY CORK BELT POWER COOPERATIVE FOR A PERMIT TO WITHDRAW WATER FROM A WELL LOCATED IK KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. Notice is hereby given that thete 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 S Va of SW "4 of Section 4, T94N, R28W, 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 withdraw 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 ndjmirnment hereof, the tVstef Commissioner or his JTcP^y wln ** ke evidence by the applicant other person either in WJPP 11 "' opposition to the «r«""5«L SS." WATER^olffisiONtft /S/ RICHARD L. RICK (Published Oct. J4 and 31. 1687 jn The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) I* 8. BOHANNON about this question: "1 have a good truck tot haul- Ing tny livestock to market, Neighbor ing farmer* ask me to haul their callle id market also. To do this, must I get a state trucking permit? what about my liability for damage to any of their cattle in transit?" » For the answers to your Insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. CHICKEN DINNER & BAZAAR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 5:30 P.M. BURT METHODIST CHURCH ADULTS -$1.00 UNDER. 12-50c Be/ Air Impah Sport Coupe—new twcotf to f/io low-price fie/ctt ~ : ' WTO TRUE! 58 CHEVROLET! The biggest, boldest move any car ever made! Meet the '58 Chevrolet . . , panther-quick, silk-smooth . . . with a V8 unlike any oilier, a Full Coil suspension, a real air ride . . * two new super models! Here today I Look at Chevrolet's airy new styling. That's how new Chevrolet is all over! It's lower, wider—nine inches longer. There's an all-new Turbo-Thrust V8* engine. Pair it up with Turboglide*, and you'll command the quickest combination on the road. There are two new rides-Full Coil suspension and a real air ride*. The body-frame design is new, the wheelbase is longer. There's a new 4-headlight system, new 6 and V8 power, foot-operated parking brake. And two new super models —the Bel Air Impala Sport Coupe and Convertible, most luxurious and distinctive Chevrolets of all See all that's new at your Chevrolet dealer's soon! ^Optional at extra cost. Be/ Afr 4-Poo/ Sec/on» bfiW new betjyf/ and F'shw fio<// quoftty, f Qifyjr<ui£te>e4 Chevrolet fallen ditpluy thb fvnout See Your Local Authorised Chevrolet Dealer

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