The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 2
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2-Atffftna (la.) Upp*r 0*» Meffttt thwrMtey, Her. f, V Ni^t Pol Lack Af School A pot luck supper wa« held last 'Wednesday night at the Thud Ward school building for the morning kindergarten class, their parents, brothers, sister?, and teacher, Mrs Simmons. A delicious meal was served by Mrs Roy Burris, Mrs Vernell Ludwig, Mrs John Ka.iewski. and Mrs Ernest Egel, and prepared by all the mothers. After the children presented several selections the parents went to the kindergarten room to see the work. Room parents for this year are Mr and Mrs Roy Burris and Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig. Other guests included Miss ".Wilson, elementary supervisor. Miss Gorman, and Jackie Ann Simmons. ^^•i^^ get the complete comfort and safety of MOORE'S cast iron heart 1857 . 1957 100 YEARS of heating comfort and SAFETY Real comfort and safety an built in -not for a lift* time, but forevtrt burn outl No Dawn Payment «» Low Monthly Payments ""' On Your Gas Bill ,. North Central Public Service £ "Your Gas Company" GY 4.2484 Algona M**d*ler Dinner Ghmts Stmday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley were: Mrs Florence Yahnke of New York City, formerly of Ledyard. Mr and iMrs Wm Kopps nnd family of Clarion, Miss Jan Stokke of Belmond. Mr Dwight Winkleman, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pitkin and JaVkie, Mr and Mrs Walter Winkleman, Mr and Mrs Herb Jensen and family, ancl Mr and Mrs Carl Jensen and Stephen all of Buffalo Center. The occasion was held in honor of Mrs Florence Yahnke of Ledyard. Jr. Legion Auxiliary Junior Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 4 o'clock. The following officers were elected; Patricia Kenyon, president; Nancy Muckey, vice president; Betty Lichter. secretary-treasurer; Darla Carr, sgt-at-arms; Cindy Cowan, chaplain; Sandra Carr, publicity; Cheryl Carr, program. The remainder of the evening was spent making hospital favors, followed by a Halloween party. Congregational Women The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational Church will meet Thursday, Nov. 7 at 1:15 for a dessert luncheon to be served by the Ruth Circle. . A program on "Southern Attitudes on Integration" will be presented by Mrs G. W. Stillman. Methodist Pot Lttefc The l.Y.F. of the Methodist church had a pot luck supper Sunday evening at the church with the parents in attendance. Tables were arranged and decorated in appropriate fashion and candles were used for further decoration. Outgoing officers Karen Haase, president, Sharon Scott, vice-president, Rosemary Medin, secretary and Barbara Bartlett, treasurer, installed the new officers Sheila Fain, president, Sandra Cook, vice-president, Barbara Brandow, secretary, and Carol Richman, treasurer. Family Reunion A family reunion was held over the weekend at Mr and Mrs Milton Bebo's. Those present were the parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Bebo and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Johnson of Flandreau, S. D., Mr and Mrs Richard Bebo of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bebo of H Paso, Tex. .tab --i Bel Canto To Meet The Bel Canto club meets Wednesday, Nov. 13 with Jean Bangs. The program "Current Opera" will be given by Shirley Morck and Claris Kresensky. Mfs James Arend and hei mother, Mrs A. M. Kunz of Curlew attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon in the recreation rooms of St. John's Catholic church for Patricia Vaske who is to be married Nov. 23 to Ronald Doerning. ALGONA BANKS WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY November 1 1 IN OBSERVANCE OF ' VETERAN'S DAY (Formerly Armistice Day) ^ • « »•••••••••*•••••••••••••• fiowa State Bank Security State Bank te* f *»' Looking for FREEDOM? •^ --> -V"^ ' ijjttHo* r^K^w^-JS \ ot evoa the largest unabridged dictionary can hold ail the definitions There is the freedom that is ex. pressed and documented. There is the volatile freedom that slays tyrants. There iff the every-day freedom that is a way of life. And there I* the freedom that is still a dream. , Freedom is an active word with as many meanings as there are peo- ple. When we want a partial definition, we use the dictionary. But to get the feel of freedom, to experience it. to perpetuate it, we use our schools. Millions of Americana are returning to their schools this week. With their children, they are sharing in an expression of freedom *v. and moving toward the freedom that is still a dream. American Education Week f AM EDUCATED PEOPLE MOVES FREEDOM FORWARD mill ............ ii 1. 1 i IN SPONSORED W THf WBUC INTEREST BY . .....».,. COMMUNITY SCHOOL- DISTRICT * Clpun IfoiiSie—Juntor-Senior H'gh School— at Wed., Nov. 13^-7:45 Ppen UwiH*-^4bi*» i n tr newly "iwncd Bertha (iodfrey visa? voim SCI*OOL A^NYTIME^ AN^ & U» 9sQQ p.m. oi to 9:Qft .», Kitchen Shower Dorothy Gade was honored by a kitchen shower, Oct. 19, at tht Ervin Gerbt>r home. Games were led by Del ores 'Eisenbarffl snd Rosemary Qisch. The bride- to-be opened her gifts, assisted by Lucille Gade nnd Delorfcs Eisenbarth. Lunch was served by the Cresco Chums 4-H Chib. Auxiliary to Meet The regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday evening, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Cresco M-D Club Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet Nov. 13 with Mrs Clifford Teeter, hostess, and Mrs Vernon Evans assisting. Sewing Club Ho«iess Mrs Ted Chrischilless was hostess to the members of her] sewing club at lunch Tuesday atj one o'clock. P.E.O. Meeting The P.E.O. Sisterhood met Wed-' nesday afternoon with Sadie Mawdsley. Titonka C. of C Elects Officers At a special meeting of the Titonka Chamber of Commerce held Monday evening, new officers for the ccfming year were elected, plans were completed for the Halloween Party and Christmas plans were discussed. ' New officers of the organization are: L. W. Nath, president; Rolland Fox, vice-president; A. W. Boyken, secretary; and Geo. Helmers, treasurer. These men along with J. R. Schutjer, Harry Mehlan and Glen Miller will make up the board of directors. Tentative Christmas plans were drawn up, but nothing definite was decided. More complete plans should be available next week. "NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS" OF NEW OPEN DITCH WORK Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 o'clock p.m., November If). 195?, at the office of the County Auditor, Garner, Iowa, at which time and place the Boards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, acting fur and on behalf of Drainage ' District H. K. 3-46, will meet for the purpose of letting a contract •for the clennout of a portion of the open ditch, consisting of 1,924 cu. yds. and bank leveling. ditch excavation of approximately 17,861 cu. yds. and bank leveling, sheet steel piling spillway complete, break up nnd remove 1 old and 1 newer spillway, furnish and install 40' - 24" and, 40' 18" surface pipe. The commencement date is December 1, 1957 and completion date is May 1, 1958. Bids will be received on the entire work or in sections and each bidder will be required to deposit 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 an amount equal to 10% of the bid. The right 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 Win. Henschen, Garner, Iowa, Engineer in charge of the project. ' BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS OF HANCOCK AND KOSSUTH COUNTIES, IOWA By C. S. Pearson. Kossuth County Drainage Clerk OLDS TWm Lmes J/arA Restyled 1958 Oldsmobile Trim flowing lines of the 1958 Oldsmobile are well exemplified in this "98" convertible coupe with its tastefully designed decorative moulding on the side panels. From the new four-beam headlamps in the front to the sweeping twin blades on the rear fenders, the 1958 Oldsmobile is an entirely new automobile. The body, rear quarter panels, front end, rear deck and rear appointments all are completely restyled. Complementing the new headlamps are a new recess* type grille with thin aluminum louvers, a lower sleek hood line and a new contour bumper with parking lights at each end. The genuine leather upholstery is finished in a chair design and is offered In bright and attractive colors. The top can be automatically raised or lowered. Choice of three Rocket engines with improved economy is offered In the 1958 Oldsmobile. Jctaway Hydra* Matic Drive is smoother and Ncw-Matic Ride, the true air suspension, is a desirable option. i NEW '58 OLDSMOBILE ON DISPLAY AT DAITS GARAGE FRIDAY, NOV. 8 XBXEM YOUK HANmiLL COUPON No. 4 NQW t BONUS icouNc/i. otK prices FOR. 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