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do.) Upper Des Molnw Thursday, S*pt. 9, 1965 Judy Willreil Wed At Ames JIDITH W1LLRETT Judith Willrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,Carrol Willrett, Algona, was married to Rol>ert Switzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Switzer, Nevada, la., Sunday, Sept. 5, in the Memorial Lutheran church at Ames. Attending the ceremony from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Willrett, Sharon, Stephen and Bonnie, and the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Willrett. Alsoat- tendlng were the bridegroom's parents and family and his maternal grandfather, E. J. Williams. Sharon Willrett and Richard Wolfe were attendants to the couple. A wedding dinner was held at the Solar Inn. After a brief honeymoon, the newly weds will be at home at Ames where they will attend Iowa State University. City JW To Add ,536 Worth Water Mains A contract for $79,53640 worth of 12" booster water mains, aimed at increasing water pres- &re for users in the east portion of the city, was awarded to Donaldson Eng. and Const. Co., Marysville, Mo., by the board of trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities at a recent meeting here. Work on the project is expected to begin next week, according to T.J. Palmer, Supt. of Utilities. Exact completion date is not known but the total installation will amount to slightly less than 1 1/2 miles of pipe. Route of the pipe is like this: Starting from the present water tower, near the intersection of Hall and Call streets, pipe will be laid north on Hall to a point near the city street shed where it will join about 1 1/2 blocks of existing pipe leading to the west end of Oak street. From that point, it will be laid straight east on Oak, with the exception of three blocks, Jones to Garfield streets, which were laid several years ago, all the way to Johnson street, then north to Spruce street, which runs east and west, north of the Milwaukee tracks. It will connect to existing pipe in that area. It is possible that a new and additional water tower will eventually be constructed in the vicinity of Spruce street, with both water towers, old and new, then hooked together to better serve the entire city. The board anticipates the usual inconvenience that goes with torn up streets, but hopes local citizens will bear with them during the time necessary to install the big new water pipe. There were two other bidders on the project, Buchan Const, Co., Perry, $88,001; and Lundell Const.Co., Cherokee, $ ( j5,047.50; with the Donaldson bid accepted unanimously by board members ore sent at the meeting. Fenton Home Is At Auction Sold FENTON - A house belonging to the estate of Mrs. Kate Bollinger sold for $1950 at public auction Saturday evening. The two-story frame house was purchased by Leroy Jacobsen, manager of the Fenton telephone company. The Jacobsen family plans to move into the house this fall. Enlists In Novy WHITTEMORE - Lee Dau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, left last Monday for Des Moiues, enlisted in the Navy and expects to 2<j to San Diego, Calif. 4 Family Reunions For Whittemore Past Week WHTTTKMORi; - The Henry Schmit family reunion was held Sunday, Atip. 29, at theDorweiler P.irk IIP.U West Pond. There were three sets oftwins present, Mike and Pat Rolling, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rolling of Armstrong, Robbie and Ronnie Rollings, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rolling of Ames, Kurt and Keith Yetmar, sons of Mr. .tiui Mrs. Eugene Yetmai of Ft. Oodpe, and Mrs. Everett Jensen, .ilso a twin, of LakeCity. Join, Schmlt, who is with the Peace Corp and is stationed at Holy Rosary Mission, Dilling- liam, Alaska, called the Herbert Schniit home in \\1iittemore, and sent his greetings to the Schmit families. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach were hosts to a family reunion at their home Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs.D.C.Drennen of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Engelen and family of Cedar Rapids, Mary Loebach of Minneapolis, John Loebach of Danbury, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Loebach and Joey of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stokker and family of Pocahontas, the Godfrey Loebach's and Mrs. Elizabeth and daughters, Mary and Agnes. - o - A Llndhorst reunion was held Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church hall. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lindhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lindhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman -Barber of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llndhorst, New Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindhorst and family, Ionia, Mr. and Mrs. Manslll Lindhorst, and family of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. William Neuyel and son, Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Platt, Ontario, Calif., Hank Ewoldt, Santa Clara, Calif., P. F. C. Robert Ewoldt, 29 Palms, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. John Christensen, Great Lakes, HI., and Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt and family, Whittemore. - o - A Dau family reunion was held Sunday In the Lone Rock Legion hall. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, Mrs. Anna Dau and Mrs. Martha Pompe of Whittemore. Others who attended were from Blue Earth, Fort Dodge, Algona, Whittemore, Fenton, Lone Rock, Ledyard, Emmetsburg, Des Moines and Charles City. - o - WED 52 YEARS A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. Arthur Heidenwith, Friday evening, to help them celebrate their 52nd NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF BAUER IMPLEMENT CO. Notice Is hereby given that a corporation has been formed under the provisions of the Iowa Business Corporation Act, Chapter 496A of the 1962 Code of Iowa, to be known as BAUER IMPLEMENT CO., with Us principal place of business and registered office at Wesley, Kossuth County, Iowa. Its registered agent at such address shall be John A. Bauer. The purposes for which the corporation is formed and the general nature of the business to be conducted shall be to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful businesses for which corporations may beorganizeclunder the Iowa Business Corporation Act. The authorized capital stockof the corporation shall be $100,000.00 consisting of 1,000 shares ot common stock with a pur value of $100.00 each. The i-oruoratiou was authorized by its certificate of incorporation issued by the Secretary of the State of Iowa to commence business on January 1, 1965 and is to continue in existence perpetually unless sooner terminated in accordance with the provisions of its Articles of Incorporation and statutory authority. The affalri of the corporation are to be conducted by a Board of Directors to consist of not less than two nor more than five individuals who shall be elected annually by the stockholders. The first directors of the corporation shall be John A. Bauer, Mildred M. Bauer and Hoy W. Kollasch, all of Wesley, Iowa. John A. Bauer President (67) wedding anniversary and Mrs. Heidenwith's 77th birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunphy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and Dean, Marguerite Heinrich of here, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom and Rosella Voigt of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth HeidenwHh, Estherville, - o Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grelnert, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mrs. August Vaudt, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck attended the dedication of the new Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday in Estherville. The Rev. W. H. Dlscher, former pastor of St. Paul's church here, is the pastor of Immanuel. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mullln and daughters Donna and Maureen, took Theresa to Winona, Minn, last week Saturday where she will attend St. Teresa College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bormann of LeMars, were Sunday supper guests of Rev. Charles Bormann of Alvord. On the way home the Vern Bormann'spicked up their daughters Kitty and Julie who have been visiting at the Maurice Bormann home in Le- Mars. Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler visited at the home ofthelatter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seymour, in Madison, Nebr. On their return home they visited with Mrs. Nick Gengler who is a patient in the Lutheran hos pital and Mrs. John Hilbert who is a patient in the Mercy hospital In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zlnnell took their son Ray Eugene to Seward, Nebr. last week where he will be a student in Concordia Lutheran high school preparing to be a Lutheran teacher. Fred Helmke, who is still a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, has made remarkable progress and is well on the road to recovery. Mrs. Bernard Bell was In Iowa City Thursday, where she r'ecelVeH"dlsappointlng news that her broken hip has not mended. She will submit to surgery and bone grafting again on Friday this week at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Bell had the misfortune to fall at her home in the basement and break her left hip. She was hospitalized in the Palo Alto Memorial and Iowa City hospital from Sept. 27 of last year until the latter part of February, and has been able to get around with the aid of crutches. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does Justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Moines 75 Names Are Drawn Here For Jury Duty The names of 75 Kossuth county residents have been drawn for possible petit jury duty during the September term of court, according to County Clerk Alma Pearson. They are to report at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 4, at the courthouse here and include the following: West Bend - Ben Anliker. Algona - Christine Arend; Joan Baas; Delores Cutler; Dorothea Carman; Velma Gillespie; Erie Goodpasture; Frances Holtzbauer; Leonard Klocke; Richard Lallier; Gerald Ollom; Helen Pletch; Alice Steele; Marguerite Troutman; Bernetta Wildin. Wesley - Dorothy Armstrong; Helen Jongewaard; Robert Seefeld. Bode - Melvin Baas; Edward lllg; Peter Kirsch. Fenton - Lloyd Berkland; Paul Hassel; Ed Meyer; James Meyer; Anita Theisen. LuVerne - Carl Brown; Edwin Hanselman; Mabel Hargreaves; Emma Krause; Dora Schipull. Lakota - Agnes Christ; Elmer Junkermeler; William Meyer; Agnes McCarthy. Bancroft - Andrew Delterlng; Ada Dudding; Clyde Ehrhardt; Joe Fangman; Walter Goche; Leander Menke; Glen McCleish; Eugene Wolf. Swea City - Wendell Dltsworth; Walter Goraczkowski; Claude Haag; Bernice Hurlburt; Kather- Ine Longer man; Marvin Larson; W.L. Reynolds; John Steenhard. Lone Rock - Gladys Dreyer; Leo Kissner; Howard Krause; Lenore Madison; Wllmer Wlcht- endahl. Whittemore - Dorothy Duffy; Wm. Gengler; Joe Reding; Lorena Vaudt. Ledyard - Mrs. Harold Herzog; John Looft. Corwlth - John Hobscheidt; Judith Rosenmeyer. Tltonka - Anton Kardoes; Michael Nelson; Alfred Redln- lus; Wilber Spear; Irvln Welp. Armstrong - Freda Madsen; Edna Picht. Burt - Larry Manus. Ottosen - Lucille Schmidt. Elmore - Arden Torkelson Buffalo Center - Folkert Winter. Wed 57 Years FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Emil Welsbrod celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Sept. 2, and received a congratulatory letter from the vice president of the H. J. Heinz Company on the occasion, accompanied by a gift package of fiflteen favorites from the Heinz 57 varieties. The Weisbrods were surprised by three couples, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James, who brought an anniversary supper to the Weisbrod home ATTENTION FARMERS BOOK YOUR CO-OP OR GOLDEN SUN FALL CATTLE FEED NOW I PROTECT YOURSELF ON PRICE! MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN 2 Yellow Corn In 2 Whit* Oat* (new) In No. No. November Beans 1.12 .68 2.30 out out 1.16 .72 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and </tGolden Sun Feeds > For top performance CCMDP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele. 295.5614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT PUKING HARVEST TIME. Car - Pickup Mishap, $350 Damage Here The Algona police department investigated an accident at 12:50 p. m. Friday at the Intersection of Main and Lucas streets, a collision between a passenger car and a pickup truck. Leo Elsbecker, 67, Bancroft, was driving a 1955 Pontiac west on Lucas street when he collided with the truck, driven by Loren Bishop, 45, Algona, and owned by the U. S. Soil Conservation Service. The truck was proceeding south on Main. Damages to the Elsbecker car were estimated at $200 and to the pickup at $150. Bishop complained of a sore rib cage and was treated by a local doctor. Charges of failure to yield the right-of-way were filed against Elsbecker. Dedicate Nave Lights OTTOSEN - New nave lights at the Trinity Lutheran church of Ottosen given in memory of the late Mrs. Bertha Jacobson were dedicated Sunday with Rev. Robt. LeMont officiating, and members of the family in attendance. Sept. 1, to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law, Mr.Geo. E. Culling of Chicago, 111. They returned by car on Saturday accompanied by their sister and her husband, Mr. andMrs.Ewald Niehaus of Des Plaines, 111. An addition is being constructed to the Schultz Bros, garage here. It is being added on ground at the rear of the service station area, and will house the car wash department BLONDINA AND Joyce Erpelding, Omaha, were Labor Day weekend guests of their patents, Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding. Flint LlttL MR. AND MRS. John Kollasch were visited by their daughter Sister Mary Marita, Lawler, over the Labor Day weekend. On Sunday they attended a Kollasch family reunion at Whittemore honoring their nephew Rev. E. C. Kollasch S. J. MR. AND MRS. Robert Schultz, Long Beach, Calif., left last week for their home after a two week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley and other area relatives. Mrs. Schultz is a sister of Mrs. Bradley. LADIES OF VFW AUXILIARY BAKE SALE FRIDAY, SEPT. 10 BEGINNING 9 A, M, -AT- HOOD'S SUPER VALU To Army Camp WHITTEMORE - Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber took their son Kenneth to Ft. Dodge Monday morning. Kenneth, who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend at home and reported back to his duties in the army. Shower Planned FENTON - A miscellaneous shower Is being planned in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Heggen, on Friday evening, Sept. 10, at 8 p. m. in the parish house of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No cards will be sent out. Mrs. Charles Gappa and Mrs. Walter Hoadley left Ft. Dodge by train on Wednesday evening, THERE ARE NO ft DlkMONBS v If a diamond commands an inferior price, it is usually because it is an inferior gem. The best way to be sure of honest value for your diamond dollar is to select your jeweler carefully. We know and guarantee the quality and value of each diamond in our store. V'o KOSSUTH COUNTY'S ONLY REGISTERED JEWELER — AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ON ALL 1965 OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLERS AT DAU'S SPECTACULAR DEALS ! FABULOUS TRADES ! SENSATIONAL ,,, IS THE ONLY WORD TO DESCRIBE THE "COOL" DEALS NOW ON ALL 1965 RAMBLERS IN STOCK DYNAMIC 88 COLOSSAL JETSTAR 88 JETSTAR H CELEBRITY SEDAN WE'RE MOVING THEM OUT- GET YOUR NEW CAR NOW! IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US! ^^^MM^^^qO^jri^^ •JPJB^B^B^B^B^BVV^^^^^^M DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER I

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