The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1965
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*-AI0ona (la.) Upper Des MelnM Thurtdey, S*pf. 16, 1965 Carol Ann Franks Bride At Swea City, Sept. 4 home Sunday after a visit here with relatives and friends and attending to business matters. Linda and Curtis, daughter and son of Mr. Erpelding, also vislt- Pd here and returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and son, Ames, were visitors here over the weekend in the home of Mrs. Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormaim and and Kenneth. Mrs. Ray Thilges entertained the Farmerett 500 club Thursday evening, with Mrs. Bot Kirsch, Mrs. Herb Kayscr, Mrs. Harold TJillges and Mrs. John Geischecker as guests. Receiving were Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas, Mrs. Milford Plathe and Mrs. Bob Kirsch. Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas entertains the club Sept. 30. Mrs. John Thul entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mary Jane Origer a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E.J. Gales, Mrs, Wm. B. Devine and Mrs. Joe Sinn well. Mrs. Tony Becker entertains the club Sept. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell and Ken Jr. from Gainesville, Texas and Mrs. Leona Eberhart, Munster, Texas, were recent visitors here with relatives and friends and also attended the wedding of a cousin, Arthur Becker and Kathy Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas took their son Daryl to Trinity high school in Sioux City where he has enrolled as a freshman. In an 8 p.m. candlelight ceremony In the First Baptist church of Swea City, performed Saturday, Sept. 4, by Rev. H.J. Crandall, Carol Ann Franks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Franks of Swea City, was united In marriage to Richard G. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson of Armstrong. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and was attended by Susan Blanchard, Lone Rock, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Richard Blair and Linda Patterson, both of Swea City, as bridesmaids. The bride's personal attendant was Kay McCoy of Decatur, m. Attending the bridegroom were Wm. Blomster as best man, and Larry Franks, Swea City, and Eldon Nelson, Jefferson, Ushers were Rodney Smith and Arnie Llnde of Swea City, and Hiss Nancy Peterson of Swea City was organist. Clifford Van Berkum, Swea City, was soloist, assisted by a ladies trio consisting of the Misses Darlene, Marj- orle and Marilyn Johnson of Swea City. A reception followed the ceremony in the church Fellowship Hall, with 275 guests registered by Mrs. Gary Johnson, Ledyard. Hosts and hostesses at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson, all of Swea City. Mrs. Don Blanchard of Lone Rock, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Wm. Durbin, Gilmore City, aunt of the groom, cut the wedding cake, coffee was poured by Miss Jessie Cromwell and Mrs. Kate Brown of Jefferson and punch was served by Mrs. Wendell Steven of Laurens and Mrs. Arnold Anderson, Swea City, and Misses Betty and Maxine Clark. The bride is a 1964 graduate of Swea City high, attended Bethel College in St. Paul and Mankato Commercial college, and has been employed at the Swea City State Bank, where she will continue. The bridegroom is a 1963 graduate of Swea City high, attended Sioux Falls college, and is farming northwest of Swea City. The young couple will be at home on the farm after their wedding trip to Niagara Falls. (Guckeen Studio foto). St. Joe C.D.A. Plans To Have A Barbecue ST. JOE - C.D.A. met Wednesday evening. Committee in charge of the lunch and social hour was Mrs. Bill Erpeldiag, Mrs. Jim Stahl, Mrs. Reinie Salz, Mrs, Paul Thilges, Sr., Mrs. Roger Hermann, Mrs. Donald Reding. The barbecue and bazaar sponsored by the court, will be held Sept. 12, starting at 4:00. The annual guest night for neighboring CDA courts will be held Sept. 29 at 8:00 in St. Joseph's school hall. - o Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte observed their 40th wedding anniversary Sept. 2, with dinner at the KC Hall, Algona, with members of the family, relatives and friends attending. Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas returned home Friday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient since Monday when she suffered steam burns. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Neppel, Iowa City, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Neppel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and family. Betty Wagner, Colorado Springs, Colo., leftTuesdayafter spending five days here with her mother, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and family and with other relatives and friends. Clarence Erpelding returned Five Sisters Join Faculty At Bancroft BANCROFT - Five new sisters joined the faculty at St. John's this year. Teaching 5th and 6th grades is Sister Mary Lucina. In high school, are Sister MaryTarclsa, Sister Mary James and Sister Mary Thoma. William Droessler Is a new lay teacher. - o Ruben Johnson moved his trailer to the court at the north edge of Bancroft from Elmore where he has been making his home for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCliesh, Diane and Lesa were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Vaske Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagner and family moved to Alta where Mr. Wagner will be employed by a lumber firm. Ricky Mescher has taken over the job at the creamery, taking the place of Dick McCliesh who left to attend Jr. College, Mason City. Jimmy Menke is a patient at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, where he underwent surgery Thursday. His brother, John and Alfred, visited him Friday. Kenneth Bergman and Eddy Rake spent from Friday until Tuesday with relatives in Chicago and did some sight-seeing. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long spent several days with their daughter, the Ed Ford family at Iowa City. Mrs. Leona Johnson Is head cook at St. John's school, taking the place of Sylveria Haupert, who resigned because of Illness. Other ladles helping at the lunch room are Mrs. Tom Von Bank, Mrs. Orville Farrow and Mrs. George Doocy. Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGuire and girls, New Mexico, came for a visit at the McGuire and Laurence Lappe homes. Mr. McGutre is in the Air Force and they are spending their furlough here. Charles McGuire, who is remodeling his home recently purchased, fell from the roof, fractured his thumb and sustained bruises on his body. A miscellaneous shower honoring Sharon Doocy, bride-to-be of Roger Nitz, was held in St. John's hall Sept, 9. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Dude)' McGuire and Pat spent the weekend at Jasper, Minn, where they attended a reunion. Mr. and Mrs. George Merron accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Darr and Arliss and Kenneth McGuire to the Cities Sunday, where they attended a ball game. Mrs. Fred Hudson and family, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Consolette Buy! 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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8778 NOTICE OF PROBATE QF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ruth E. Hodgson, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Ruth E. Hodgson, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of September, 1065, the last will and testament of Ruth E. Hodgson, deceased, bearing date of the 18th day of May, 1964, and Codicil dated July 23, 1065 was admitted to probate In the above named court and that L. E. Linnan was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the dis- trict court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1865. L. E. Linnan Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 16th day of September, 1965. (67 & 69) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for the construction of A NEW HEATING FACILITY FOR THE WESLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL, WESLEY, IOWA, will be received by the Corwith-WesleyCommun- ity School District, In the Counties of Wright, Kossuth and Hancock, State of iowa, in the School Gymnasium at Wesley, Iowa up to 4:00 p. m. on the 21st day of September, 1965, at which time and piace the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Copies of the Plans and Specifications and other Contract Documents are now on file at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools, Corwith, Iowa and at the office of the Architect, Johnson Jamerson Associates, Engineer and Architect, 2417 Main St., Cedar Falls, towa, A set of the documents may be obtained from Johnson Jam er- son Associates, 2417 Main St., Cedar Falls, Iowa, upon the deposit of $25.00 which deposit will be refunded to Bidders upon the return of the Documents in good condition within 10 days after the receipt of bids. Proposals to be received shall Include all General, Electrical, Plumbing, Heating, and Ventilating work, Each proposal must be accompanied by a cash deposit or certified check, or a cashiers check, in an amount of not less than five (5%) percent of the Basic Bid, or amounts specified. Check shall be made payable to the Treasurer of the Corwith- Wesley Community School District. Should the successful Bidder /ail ot neglect to .furnish a«*Hs- factory surety bond, refuse to enter into contract on the basis of his bid, or fall to meet the requirements of this notice and the specifications regulating the award, his Bidders Security may be retained as liquidated damages. No Bidder may withdraw his proposal tor a period of twenty (20) days after the date and hour set for the opening of bids. By virtue of statutory authority, the Contractor shall give preference to Iowa Domestic Labor, according to the provisions of Chapter 73, Section 73.3, Code of towa, 1962. By virtue of statutory authority a preference will be given to pro* ducts and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa. The Owner reserve* the Hint to reject any or all bids and to waive Informalities and technicalities in any bid, Dated at Corwith, Iowa, .this 6th day of September, 1965. BY ORDER OF: CORWITH" WESLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, IN THE COUNTIES OF WRIGHT, KOSSUTH AfcO HANCOCK, STATE OF IOWA. BY: Richard P. Madsoa School Board Secretary (66-68) 7 DON'T CARE WHEN YOU CALL • NIGHT OR DAY- NORTH CENTRAL COMES RIGHT NOW!" That's what Clyde Priebe, well-known Algona area farmer, has to say about SERVICE to his grain dryer by men from NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. in Algona. He farms 3 miles east of Algona. CLYDE, SHOWN AT THE RIGHT IN THE ABOVE PHOTO WITH DALE BRIGGS, ONE OF NORTH CENTRAL'S SERVICEMEN, RECENTLY PURCHASED THE GRAIN DRYER SHOWN IN THE BACKGROUND. HE OPERATED A DIFFERENT DRYER IN PREVIOUS YEARS, HAD MECHANICAL PROBLEMS, WHICH OFFERED HIM A GOOD CHANCE TO SEE JUST EXACTLY WHAT THE WORD SERVICE MEANS IN NORTH CENTRAL'S NAME. Mr. Priebe is a grain farmer; raises beef cattle and hogs. Last year, he dried 15,000 bushels of corn at a cost of 2M? cents per bushel — and expects to beat that figure this fall. He, like other NORTH CENTRAL LP customers, is ready to recommend the Algona firm to his neighbors as corn drying experts — and he's really sold on the SERVICE he gets! IF YOU'RE CONSIDERING AN LP GAS INSTALLATION, WHETHER FOR CORN DRYING OR ANY OF THE OTHER MANY WAYS IT CAN SERVE YOU - DONT DELAY - CONTACT US TOPAY. NORTH CENTRAL PUBUC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATf SHEET - ALGONA

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