The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1965 · Page 14
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6-Algene (la.) Upper Dei Molr>*» Thursday, July 22, 1965 Clean-Up And Fix School At Wesley WESLEY - Men with trucks were busy sevpral days last week hauling away chimney brick and debris left when the public school burned April 11. The material was used as a fill and to prevent further erosion on a dredge ditch bank on the Chas. Widen farm south of Wesley. The last two-thirds of the gym has been divided into three class rooms for one fifth grade and two sixth grades. Grade 5 taught by Mrs.Hansenajid kindergarten, taught by Ethel Flom, will remain in the new wing. A make shift office has been made in the entry to the new wing. Walls on the south and west of the gym are being repaired and damaged parts replaced. - o - SHOWER HONORS A former Wesley girl, Barbara Penning, was honored at a pre- nuptlal shower Sunday in the Corwith Methodist church parlors. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Penning and will become the bride of Monty Dean Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Rogers of Geneva, in late July. - o - Wesley area residents who attended the funeral of Maurice (PeeWee) DeBoer at Marshalltown July 13 included the Ralph, Kenneth and Paul Tjadens, Forrest Eckels, Herman, Henry and Jim Tjarks, John Huisingas, G. Smiths, Naamen Seefelds, E. Attigs, Geo. Seabergs, L. L. Leases, Lester Larsons, Joe Goetzs, Gayle Studers, Chas Nobles of Brltt, Fred Thomases of Forest City. Loren Lease of Iowa Falls was among the pallbearers. Susan Lease, daughter of Loren Leases, Iowa Falls is spending part of her vacation he re with her grandparents, L. L. Leases. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton and family spent the weekend in Waterloo with the Ed Thissens. The women are sisters, Al Wagner spent several days the fore part of last week in the home of his son, Ben Wagner and wife at Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Merle Rasmussen and Linda, Joan and Donna returned July 7 from a 6-week visit in Mass, with her mother, Mrs. Robert Shenkwen at Harwlck and her two sisters, Mrs.C. F. Smith of Holyoke and Mrs. Paul Wells of Billerlca and their families. Mrs. Phil Ballard, Kevin, Kathy and Kathleen of Algona spent several days last week with her father, Vincent Doughan. Steven Doughan, son of Vincent Doughan, received his discharge from the Air Force July 9 at Scott Field, HI. He and his wife, the former Patricia Youngwirth, and their family will spend some time here in the parental Luke Youngwirth and Vincent Doughan homes. Mrs. Tillie Mat?, spent a week recently at Ploomington, ill. with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Perkins. Mrs. Perkins, a sister of Mrs. Mat?., was seriously ill In a hospital there. Mrs, Matz was accompanied by another sister, Mrs. Sarah Oswald of Algona. Enroute home they visited another sister, Mrs. Curtis Anderson of Holmes, who was a patient at Mercy hospital In Des Moines. Mrs. Matz's granddaughter, Charlotte of Spencer, is spending part of her vacation here. Ralph Crowley of Durant, 111. was a July 11 weekend guest in the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Herman Studer, and visited other relatives. Other Sunday guests in the Studer home were the Roy Clarks, Britt, Elmer and Geo. Glawe's, Corwilh, and August Studers. Mrs. Justine Becker reports a new granddaughter born July 13 to Harold Beckers of Algona at St. Ann hospital. This makes a family of five daughters for the young couple. Harold's sister Jane Becker is helping out at his home. The new mother is the former Teresa Berte. The Chris and Luther Nygaards attended a family reunion July 11 at Livermore. The LeRoy Grandgenetts are having some remodeling done in their kitchen and family room. A bedroom is being built on the east of the second floor and a floor furnace installed. A boy weighing 9 pounds, 13 3/4 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Eden June 14 at the Britt hospital. He was baptized in St. Josephs Catholic church by Father Phillips and was named Daryl Lee. Sponsors were his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Hennman of Osage, who with their family were dinner guests of the Edens. Mr. and Mrs. Eden now have a family of two boys and two girls. Mrs. John Foxen of Osage and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eden are the youngster's grandparents. Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Justine Becker will entertain the group-July E9* "C" Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Bill Goetz and Clarence Beenken attended a county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard Thursday evening. Goetz is district elective vice- commander. Guests July 11 in the LeRoy Rlcke home were Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Prlmlsing and Cecelia of West Bend and another daughter, Mrs. Mike Walsh and family of Sacramento, Cal. NOTICE OF BOND SALE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Town Clerk of Wesley, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock p. m., C. D. 8. T. on the 26th day of July, 1965, for the bonds hereinafter described. At the hour above named all sealed bids which have been received will be referred to the Town Council at a meeting then to be held in the Council Chambers of the Town Hall. After the receipt of such sealed bids, if any, open bids will be received, and after the close of open bidding, the sealed bids will be opened, and the bonds will then be sold to the highest bidder for cash. The bonds to be offered are the following; WATER REVENUE BONDS, in the principal amount of $26,000.00, TO BE DATED JULY 1, 1965, in the denomination of $1,000.00 each and maturing as follows: $2,000.00 on November 1, 1966 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1967 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1968 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1969 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1970 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1971 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1972 $2,000,00 on November 1, 1973 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1974 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1975 $3,000.00 on November 1,1976 $3,000.00 on November 1,1977 Interest on said bonds will be payable on November 1, 1965, and semi annually thereafter. Principal and interest will be payable at the office of the Town Treasurer of Wesley, Iowa. These bonds are not general obligations of the Town but are payable solely and only out of the future earnings of the Municipal Waterworks Plant and Sys- tem of the Town of Wesley, Iowa. The obligations of the bonds will constitute a lien on th« improvements, for which said bonds are Issued to pay, and will also constitute a first lien on the net earnings of the Municipal Waterworks Plant and System of the Town of Wesley, Iowa. Bids tor the above mentioned bonds shall specify the rate or rates of Interest, and all other things being equal, the bid at par and accrued interest and bid for the lowest interest rate will be given preference. The bonds will be awarded to the bidder offering the lowest interest cost, which will be determined by aggregating the Interest payable by the Municipality over the life of the bonds In accordance with the terms of each bid presented, and deducting therefrom the premium, if any, stipulated in said proposal. The rates, not to exceed four (4) In number, bid for such issue must be in multiples of one-eighth (l/8th) or one-tenth (1/iOth) of one (1) percent, and all bonds of the issue maturing on the same date must bear Interest at the same rate. No bond shall bear more than one Interest rate. No bid calling for supplemental coupons will be accepted, Said bonds will be sold subject to the approving opinion of Bannister, Carpenter, Ahlers & Cooney, Attorneys of Des Molnes, Iowa, as to the legality, and their opinion will be furnished, together with the printed bonds, and all bids will be so conditioned. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. By order of the Town Council. D. L. Klein Town ("Murk Sharon Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of Bonne is staying with Mrs. Ruth Ricko and family and isdetasseling corn with a large group of boys and girls who are doing that work in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbett and family attended the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Emma Hilbert, 75, at Algona Wednesday. Many other relatives from this area attended the services. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Paul returned Wednesday from Ames where they spent several days with their son and brother, John Pfeffer and family. Paul took his friend Sally Welsh to her home In Iowa City Sunday, following her week's visit here. Grace Kouba has been on a two-week vacation from her work at Mor-Gro In Algona, so Mrs. Wilma Froehlich, who stays with Grace's mother daytimes, had a vacation, too. Estate Auction A public land auction to settle the estate of Mary C. Peterson will be held Tuesday evening, July 27, beginning at 7 p.m. The farm is located northwest of Rlngsted and Includes land and improvements. Possession will be Sept. 15, 1965. Lyle Bensen, Ringsted is auctioneer and W. D. Peterson is executor. Complete details will be found in a large ad in today's UDM. ADDING MACHINES * TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Dei Motne*. Dianne Reding Of St. Joe Plans To Wed Notes Of [Servicemen! the Mediterranean aboard ships of Amphibious Squadron 4. The attack transport USS Fremont DIANNE REDING J7T. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding of St. Joe announce the engagement of their daughter, Dianne Mary, to Daniel D. Gicl- ley, son of Mrs. Pauline Gidley- and the late Maurice Gidley of Colorado Springs Colo. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school and Bernel Hairstyling College, Fort Dodge. Mr. Gidley Is a graduate of Colorado Springs high school and attended Colorado State University. He is employed at Alexander Film Company, Colorado Springs, Colo. A September wedding is planned at St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe. FORT GORDON, GA.(AHTNC)- Pvt. Terry N. Roseboro, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton M. Roseboro, Ledyard, Iowa, completed a 12-week radio relay and carrier operation course under the Reserve Enlistment Program at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga., July 9. Roseboro was trained to operate and maintain field radio relay carriers and various communications equipment. He is now scheduled to complete the remainder of his military obligation with Company D of the 140th Signal Battalion, an Army National Guard unit, in Colorado Springs, Colo. A 1960 graduate of Ledyard Community high school, Roseboro attended Waldorf College in Forest City and worked at Penrose hospital, Colorado Springs, Colo., before going on active duty. USS FREMONT (APA-44) Marine Corporal Albert E. Fosnaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Fosnaugh of 210 E. Elm St., Algona, has arrived In Rota, Spain with Battalion Landing Team 2/2, deployed to is flagship for the unit. The Battalion Landing Team is the amphibious landing force for the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. COUNTY'S KOSSUTH LARGEST NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION • printed with offset sharpness • economically priced • solid readership The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ****« GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Allen Darby, Lu Verne COUNTRY NEIGHBOR i ' . . t . , , Allen Darby, 60, who farms five miles north and a mile west of Lu Verne, is this week's Country Neighbor. He has been a tenant on the same farm, which is now owned by J. C. Mawdsley, for 37 years. He farms a total of 320 acres. Included In the acreages this year are 113 acres of corn, 15 acres of oats and 125 acres of beans. There are also 39 acres of roads and pasture and 28 acres idle. Mr. Darby raises hogs, cattle and chickens - and calls cattle and hogs his favorite animals around the farm. He and his wife are members of the Zion Lutheran church and his hobby is fishing. He was born at Clinton, 111., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby, and came to Kossuth county in 1928. Mrs. Darby is the former Florence Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ramus, and she was born at LuVerne. She and Allen were married Nov. 19,1938. Mrs. Darby has been president of the ladies aid at church for the past two years and also teaches Sunday School. The Darbys have two daughters, Mrs. Dick St. John, Irvington, and Mrs. Jerry Quebe, Ames. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S IEST - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY Al§on« Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollne - Kelly-Ryan - Papcc New Idea Farm Machinery JUwvyi N. Man 8t Phone 29*4411 Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction r«r fU«, strength, IMU Ui« «nd CM* el kaOZ- Ing, IniUl on — SIOUX — Another •dyinc«nMB! In •••tot fMmtof. E. E. Hobln*oa EaU on Hwy. II Phone 2M4374 Your International Harvester dealer, ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO., pictured abovt ii located at 1417 Commercial in the northeast part oi Algona. The International Harveiter line of farm equipment and motor tracks It supplemented with other equipment linei tuch as Farmhand & Mayrath ai well ai power lawn mowen, boat motors, lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. "Service Is Our Most Important Product" Is the slogan of the Hall brothers and that is why they carry one of the largest parts departments in northern Iowa. Their shop room is the finest and most ample In this area . . . and housed in a fine modern concrete block structure. You'll find plenty of private parking and room (or used machinery right at the front door or side door, you might say. The Hall brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anytime. Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Truckt — Tires MtiMy-Hirrti Allli-Ch«lmtri Ollv«r GMC Trucki FUtston* Tirii Phone 295-2421 Algon* Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY A SERVICE Located east of Algona ou highway 18. 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