The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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Bride-To-Be Shower Guest At Livernore Liveffhere *- Miss Lorraine Skow of HumboldA, who will become the. Ibride of Herman Koest- cr of LuVerne, Nov. 24. was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower at the Luth- eran Fellowship Hall, Nov. The program consisted of musical numbers and appropriate games. Rust and gold, which are the bride-to-be chosen colors, were used to decorate the tea table at which her grandmother, Mrs Mary Schulze of Fort Dodge poured. Those on the committee were: Mrs Glen Schulze, Mrs Edwin and Mrs Carl Hanselman, Mrs Daryl Frederick, Mrs Ernest Haack, Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs Sherman Wick re, Mrs Jim Hinton, Mrs Harold Hauck, Mrs Lloyd Khuenhast. Mrs Chris Madsen, Mrs Ffed Hintz and Mrs Fred Berner. > Yes, Hy-Line chicks for 1958 offer more__ 'profit than ever. These great new layers are 'bred for top production, top feed efficiency, top livability. Never before have Hy-Line chicks with such a • high profit potential been offered to poultrymen. Raise , 'either the new Hy-Line 934-A white egg layer or the !new Hy-Line 123 cream egg layer R6R EXTRA-SAVINGS If you order your Hy-Line chicks before December 7 for winter or spring delivery, you'll save $3 per 100 pullets on the purchase pricel Get in on these savings. Order Hy-Line'chicks N6W. Save $3 pe> 100 pullets-And get the most profitable .Chicks ever bred by Hy-Line Poultry Farms. Don't delay, 1 Burt Produce Burt, Iowa Walter Hans Swea City, Iowa''" 1 ' Maynard Hurlburt Swea City, Iowa Walter Vaudt Whitlemore, Iowa J. Paul Hassel Fenlon, Iowa Calvin Vaudt Fenlon, Iowa t Frank Seely • 'ftingsted; Iowa ' Lynden Kerber Cylinder, Iowa ,' Ronny Oleson Whitlemore, Iowa Whittemore Hatchery Whillemore, Iowa Mrs Marcia Berryhill, Mrs John Olson, Mrs Jessamine Miller, Miss Anna Murray and Charles Rum- mens attended the Workshop for Foreign Mission in Rolfe, Sunday evening. The Deal and Chat club met at the home of Mrs T. D. Rossing Thursday. Mrs T. M. Rossing of Bode was a guest. High prize went to Mrs Leonard Wilson, second high to Mrs Keith Logue and low to Mrs Don Armstrong A Halloween costume party was held .Friday evening at the Irwin Friday home near Renwick. Those from here who attended included the Herbert Raneys. Elwood Rummens, and Earle Armstrongs. Norman Scott has returned from a vacation to Colorado. He accompanied his daughter, Mary Ann and a girl friend back to Denver. His son Cecil and his wife took him oft a trip into the mountains and he also visited with Albert Weber at Colorado Springs. 13he Weber family are former Livermore residents. Nancy and Hugh Mackintosh spent the weekend in Sioux City visiting their sister, Phyllis who is attending Morningside college. Saturday they attended the last football game of the season in which Morningside played a tie game. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Howard and son Jim, attended the homecoming festivities this weekend at Drake in Des Moines. Mrs Harry Rutz visited with Mrs Leo RaUand at Bode, Friday. The Carl Johnsons were visitors at the Jerry Bonnstetter home in Fort Dodge, Saturday. Mrs Pete Malkmus entertained a group of friends and relatives Sunday in honof of her husband's birthday. Those who attended were Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Katie, Paul McKibben, John Renquist family, Mr and Mrs Harold Thorns and the Ole Bruvick family. Sunday visitors at the Ivan Frederickson home were the Jake Erdman family of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Ralph Goernd and son of Des Moines fcpent the weekend at the parental Lawrence Frederick home. Weekend guests at the Harvey Morey home were Mr and Mrs Duane Guinn and family of Emmetsburg. Sunday evening the Morey family visited in Laurens at the home of Mr and Mrs Dick Christensen and Mr and Mrs Bob Boothby. The Julius Becker family were last Sunday supper guests at the Joe Krieps home in Wesley. The Steve Hawkins family received a visit this weekend from their son, James of Omaha, a grandson, Robert Taylor of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Floyd Hawking of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Fred Humeseld and sons. Mr and Mrs Paul Jarvis visited Sunday in the Austin O'Donald home near Humboldt. Mrs Catherine Collins celebrated her 74th birthday October 20. Those present were Francis and Donald Collins families of Livermore, the Mario family of Lone Rock, Dugan family- of'Humboldt, Oscar and Ida Riley of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Sam Necker of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Will Skelton of Owatonna, Minn., were weekend guests at the Harry Ingraham home. The Chris Madsen family spent Sunday in Mallard at the C. .E. Wyse horn'.-. Because I have decided to go to school I will hold a closing out sale on ihe farm located 1 Vi miles east and 3 miles north of Titonka, 7 miles south and 3 miles west of Buffalo Center, or 10 miles east of Bancroft, on Wed., November 13 Sale to start at 1:00 P. M. Lunch on Grounds 15 — HEAD OF CATTLE 15 TB and Bangs tested. 3 Registered Brown Swiss Cows, papers furnished. 2 Grade Brown Swiss Cows. 1 Grade Holstein Cow. 2 Bred Holstein Heifers, Showing. 1 Bred Brown Swiss Heifer, Vaccinated. V Purebred Brown Swiss Calf, papers furnished. 2 Grade Brown Swiss Heifer Calves, vaccinated. 2 Grade Holstein Heifer Calves, vaccinated. 1 Angus-Brown Swiss Heifer calf. HAY and STRAW 300 Bales 2nd cutting hay. 250 Bales 3rd cutting hay. 300 Bales straw. PIGS 9 tried open sows. 70 head feeders FARM MACHINERY 1851 model H IHC Tractor. 1951 No. 250 IHC Cultivator. 1951 IHC 8-14 Plow. 1951 New Idea Horn Loader with attached Wings for scoop. 1948 A.C. 60 Combine, with 1951 A.C. motor. 1951 4 Section Harrow, semi-flex 1951 14A New Idea Speader. l!j foot Oliver Disc. 1951 Elecfric Running Gear, 15 in. wheels, good rubber. 1951 Horn Flare Box. Above items in storage under roof 2 years. IHC Side, Rake, low wheel, used 2 seasons. IHC End Gate Seeder, used 2 seasons. Seeder Wheel, fits 15 in. wheel. No. 240 Corn Planter, liquid fertilize? ait sphement. 36 foot New Idea Elevator, with John Qeere hoist. Tractor Sprayer with saddle tanks. Sprayer Boom wiih drops. 4 in. grain auger, 16' long MISCELLANEOUS Tractor Barrel Rack, rear mounting. Stalk Rake, n\ounts on tractor, Tractor. Wheel Weights. Tractor Chains 11x38. 19 in. Craftsman Lawn Mower, rotary. 115 gallon, Gas Barrel and Stand, with 1 in. hese nozzle. 70 Step in Posts, Insulators. Hay Fork, 3 Farrowing Sjalls. 3 rolls Slat Cribbing. Steel Stock Tank, 6 ft, built in hog waterw. Surge Fencer, Weed Chopper, about 2 miles of smooth wire. Wpier Heater, bottle gas, with connections. Successful Hog Feeder. Round Hog Feeder. Heat Lamps. 5 gteel Farrowing Stall Troughs. 2-16 hole Wood N-asts, new. Brooder House, 10x14, very good cond. 4 Heal Lamp Brooders. Feeders. Fence. Il'xl2' Tarp,. 20 ft. Ladder, good shape. Fencing tools, scoops, forks, bushel baskets, garden saujpmeut. chUdrto'* fled wagon. Phil&e itfrigeratpr. Monarch electric combination stove, and other items too numerous to mention. TERMS — Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the *ale, no property to be re- njoved from the premises until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents. ERVIN FAHRENHOLTZ QgVRIES BROTHERS, Auctioneer* TITONKA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk A/3 Lyle Jensen, who is stationed at an air force base fft Michigan spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Leslie Jensen. Ruth Anfi Jensen, who is employed in Des Moines also was home. Mrs Johnson of Havelock is now staying at the Kate Farrel home. Charles Howard has had a cast put on for his broken vertebra and is able to be up. At this writing he is still in the hospital but expects to be home soon. Mr and Mrs Ralph Schriebef and Mrs Rogers of Fort Dodge were Sunday visitors at the Elmer Schrieber home. Mrs Carl Underberg is spending some time in Iowa City visiting her daughter, Helen. The Claris Peterseh of Osage were Sunday guests at the Richard Fullerton home. Mrs Petersen is a niece of Mrs Fullerton. Mr and Mrs Leslie Jensen were Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Thilges home in Lakota. Mr and Mrs Stan Seger visited ih Council Bluffs at the Rex Cottington home and in Omaha over the weekend. Callers last Thursday at the home of Mrs Maggie Logue and Mrs Ernie Logue were Mrs Myra Strain and Mrs Maty Parr of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Martin Miller and Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz were Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Scott home. Fred Hintz and Art Jenson and several other D-X tang wagon men attended the Minnesota-Indiana football game Saturday. Mr ard Mrs Martin Miller have returned from their summer home in Minnesota. Thursday Mr Miller had a check-up at the hospital in Iowa City. Mrs Marcia Berryhill and Mrs Tuttle visited with Mrs Clytie Roepke in Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Larry Wilson ara enjoying a visit from their daugh- ter, Maxine, Mrs Jack Cqngalton and two sons of California. Her husband who, is stationed at Scott Field, Illinois, will join her hero and thef will return to California. This is the first time in five years Maxine has been home. Weekend guests at the Ernie Logue home were Mrs Login- • mother, Mrs Josephine Johnson of Amboy, Minn., and Mr and Mrs L. P. Thew of Marble, Minn. Mrs Thew is a sister of Mrs Logue. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer On Oct. 28 a 9 Ib. % oz. son Was born to Mr and Mrs Robert Arndorfer of Corwith. They have two daughters who were both born on Nov. 1 four years apart. The new son was baptized by Father Ernst in the St. Benedict Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Albert Borman were sponsors for the new babe. A family dinner was held at Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm's borne. They are grandparents of the newcomer who was christened Dana Jon. Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm and son were among those present and also Diane Rahm of Des Moines. The baby's immed- ate family of course were there. Mr and Mrs Charles Colwell jecame parents of a girl weigh- ng over 8 Ibs. on Oct. 11 and vho was baptized Oct. 17 by Tather Ernst also. Diane Marie was name chosen and her sponsors were a cousin, Duane Hanig of Waterloo and an aunt, Jeannie Capesius of LuVerne. A personal shower was given at the home of Mrs Leroy Grand- gbnett's home in honor of Phyllis Arndorfer, the evening of Oct. 28. Mrs Herb Arndorfer, the bride-to-be's mother wns present as well as Mrs George Rocder. Eight other friends were present. On Nov. 26 Phyllis will 'become ihr- bride of Harold Illg. There \vill hf a shower Nov. 10 in the St. Benedict hall for her, too. Mr find Mrs George Roeder accompanied Mr and Mrs George Kunkel and family to Forest City to the home of Mr and Mrs James Kunkel on the afternoon of Nov. 3. The same evening George Kun- kels called on the Leo Hanigs of Wesley. Mrs Nick and Mrs'"Phil Arndorfer drove to Burt uie night of Oct. 29. They took a couple of pies to the pie baking contest and Mrs Phil's pumpkin pie placed 3rd. There were 105 entries. Thursday, Nov. 7, 1957 Algona (la.) Upp»r D*t Metfttt-9 ORDINANCE NO. 3S2 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCK, ORDINANCE NO. 341, BY CHANGING BLOCKS 152 AND 153 OF CALL'S ADDITION FROM A COMMERCIAL DISTRICT TO A LIGHT INDUSTRY DISTRICT AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. WHEREAS. Ordlnnnce No, 341. known as the "Zoning Ordinance", provides in Article XVIII, Sec. 1, that the City Council may amend, supplement or change the regulations or district boundaries contained In said ordinance, and WHEREAS, the City Council is of the opinion that certain changes should be made In said ordinance in order to promote the general welfare, to encourage the most appropriate use of real estate throughout the City and to conserve the value of property, and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Algona has recommended that the change here incorporated be made and that this Council Vias held public hearings In connection therewith as required by law, NOW. THEREFORE. BE tT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Sec. 1 That Ordinance No. 341 of the ordinances of the City of Algona, fnwa, known as the Zoning Ordinance, which regulates and restricts the location and use of structures and real estate. Is hereby amended by reclassl- fvlng Blocks 152 and 153 of Call's Addition to the City of Algona from a comm«rclal district to a light Industry district nnr! by adding to the zoning mnp of the City of Altfonn refrrreci to in Artn It- Ill, Spc. 2 of p.-ild Ordln- anco No an. a statement, notation and r-.-fr-icncr thnt Blocks 152 and 1S3 of Call f Addition tn the City of Algona were changrcf to light, 'industry rlistricl by this ordinjnce. Srr. 2. Thnt rxistmg ordinances or parts of nrdlnancfs in conflict ht*rc- with arc hereby rrpcalod. Sc'fA. 3. Thflt this ordinance shall be in foroe-vnnd effect from and nfter its passage and publication as provided by law. Passed, adopted and approved this 30 day of October. 1SI57. DAVID A. SMITH City Clerk Approved: DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Mayor AUTHENTICATION The forego'ng Ordinance No. 302 is hereby duly authenticated this 30 day of October. 1957. DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Mayor Attest: DAVID A. SMITH City Clerk Because it is built in a semicircular bend of the Mississippi River, New Orleans is known as the Crescent city. SCR1PTO MARKING PENCILS, refill leads in variety of colors. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al gona. STAPLES: Bostiteh, fflhrfn, Swing!ine, Hotchkiss and Presto. All sizes. Upper Des Moines Office Supply Dept., Phone CY 43535, Algona. DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING ALGONA HOTEL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 9 a. tn. to 12 Noon Batteries and service for most makes. — You are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO, 611 Fleming Bldg. 6ih & Walnut Sis., D. M. Authorized Zenith Heating Aid Dealer. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Docs Both-' Relieve* Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids NM» YorV, H. y, (Sin-rial ) _ f' 0 f the Brst time science has found a new with the astonishing anility to shrink hemorrhoids »n;| to relieve pain— without aurprcry. In cnse after cns«, whili> gontly relirvinj? pain, actual reduction (fthrlnkngo) took place. 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