The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1965 · Page 23
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City & Town Officers Of County Talk Organization In regular session Wednesday evening, the Algona city council received a request from Norman Dierstedt, who recently purchased property, at 1427 East Oak St., to buy* the south part of alley property adjoining his property. City Clerk David Smith was authorized to advertise the property for sale, with a public hearing on the matter to be held later. A letter from the Algona Prom- enaders was read, asking permission to hold square dances on the city parking lot at the corner of Call and Moore St. The matter was tabled until the group can be contacted to sign a waiver of liability. Mayor William Finn announced Sept. 22 as the date set for a meeting at 7:30 p.m. In the Town Hall at Hurt, of city and town officials from throughout the county. At the suggestion of the League of Iowa Municipalities, the meeting is being held to determine whether these officials want to set up a county organization, wherein they could discuss problems and the solutions. A request by letter from Kermit Setchell stated that during the past ten years he had paid taxes for an Improved lot, where no buildings exist. Assessment had been erroneous, and he requested a refund of over $200. Distribution of petitions was made to the mayor and councilmen, with Oct. 4 as the deadline for filing with the city clerk. Stan Muckey represents the 1st Ward and Joe Elbert the 3rd Ward, and both are expected to run for re-election. James Andreason of the 2nd Ward, who was appointed by the council to replace Willard Steffan, and Howard Miller, at large, who was appointed to replace Everett Baldus, are also expected to have their names on the ballots. Charles Sheakley will run again for the chairman of the Park Board. Twenty-five signatures are needed on the petitions before filing. SWEA-EAGLE I By Mrs. Kenneth Brones I ' IjiJiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiuuiuiiiiimm Mr. and Mrs. Norine Danielson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson to Waverly, Labor Day, to attend Parents Day at Wartberg College. Danny Anderson and Paul Danielson are there for varsity football practice. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Feddersen arrived home last Thursday after a week visiting at Clinton, DeWitt and Davenport and with relatives at Milledgeville, m. Mrs. Ella Hagge of Blooming Prarie, Minn., accompanied them and returned with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer, Kandis and Rodney of Ceylon, Minn., were Saturday supper guests at the Johnie Tobln home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Drones joined them In the evening. Friday supper guests at the Paul Wiechmann home for Allen's 12th birthday we re grandparents, the Henry Wiechmanns, and the George Beneks and family, all of Granada, an uncle, the William Wieclunajuis of Fairmont, grandmother, Mrs. Harriet Patterson and Donoa, and the Ronald Hannas and son, Mrs. Arnold Duer and children and Joan and Beatrice Lodder of Estherville visited at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Blohm and family at Kiester, Minn. Sunday. Arnold Duer and friends spent the Labor Day weekend fishing at Lake "Winnie" In Minnesota. Robert Brones took an air trip from Fairmont to visit relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walters at Pine River, Minn. His parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and Mama, drove there to get him and proceeded on for a sight-seeing trip through the Black Hills of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Olson and family of Omaha spent the weekend at the Arthur W. Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson were hosts to a rehearsal party Thursday evening at Fairmont prior to the wedding of their son, Danny, and Nancy Dahlke, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isenberger and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isenberger and daughters of Stanley, Wls. spent the weekend at the Nels and Eddie Godfredson homes. The four families were guests Sunday at the Ben Wibben home at Algona. To visit the Isenbergers at the Godfredson homes were the Cecil Godfred- sons and the Mervin Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson visited one evening last week at the Gaylord Johnson home at Fenton. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hammer of Ottumwa spent the weekend at the home of Dr. Hammers sister, the Darrei Bishops, and all were Labor Day guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer at Gllmore City. Treva Peterson of Omaha came for two weeks at the home of her parents, the Hans Petersons and to attend the wedding of her brother, Danny to Nancy Dahlke. Recent weekend visitors at the Glenn Clark home were their daughters, Betty of Grundy Center, and Maxine of LeMars, the BUI Clarks of SweaCity, William Barge rs, Mrs. Stella Burr is, Steven and Connie of Sioux Rapids, Mrs. Charles Kuehl and daughters, Mae and Laurie of Verdi, Minn. Beulah Jenkins of Shelbyville, 111. was a recent visitor at the Glenn Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobln and Marjorle Lee drove to Sioux City Thursday where Marjorie will begin her freshman year at Morningside College. A family reunion was held at the Clayton. Roalson home at Fairmont last week on Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. Merton Roalson and Terry Roalson, all of Hawthorne, Cal. Other members of the family present were Mrs. Hulda Roalson, the Wallace Dawson family, Armstrong, the Harm Drews of Minneapolis, George Wallentines, Harold Roalsons, Bob Schoelers, and Bob Kiene. FEDERAL RETIREE Dorsey Andrews, chief cook at Knoxville Veterans hospital, retired at the end of last month after 38 years of federal service. Except for two years in the Navy, his entire federal career has been at the Knoxville hospital. HOLE-IN-ONE Banker J. E. Wilson of Lanesboro experienced the thrill of any golfer when he shot a hole- in-one on the 170-yard No. 7 hole at the Lake City Country Club golf course. It was the first such feat at the Lake City course. SHEAKLEYS NLIGHT MADNESS NEW FALL SWEATERS SKIRTS EMBROIDERED SWEATERS REG. $17.00 C17QQ HEATHER SWEATERS REG. $9.00 - t/j fjfj MATCHING SKIRTS REG. $10.00- C7 I Y* •' FALL COATS Regular & Half Sizes Yeuthcraff — Lilli Ann — Lenta Lee '10.00 Off on all coats $50 - $100 20.00 Off on all coats $110 & up * USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN « VAN RAALTE HOSIERY 66 C - MAIDENFORM BRAS '/2 Price EARLY FALL SUITS PRICE BLOUSES 30 to 40% OFF BEAUTY SALON * WED. NITE ONLY * Reg. $10 PERMANENT $6.00 *, ?I. Reg. $1.50 HAIRCUT Reg. $2.00 SHAMPOO * SET ..$1.50 • Call For Appointment • 2nd Floor CHILDREN'S DEPT. • 2nd Floor CURITY DIAPERS REG. NOW * 389 • • -$2.69 $.329 . . HER MAJESTY RES. $1.00 SLIPS.. $1.59 RIG. 89e 2 PR. PANTS. $139 CARTER'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H JAMAKINS One ft Two Piece REG. $4.00 & $5.00 $2.99- F-R-E-E BARBIE DOLL with purchase of any childrtn'f coat $10*98 & up ALGONA SHEAKLEYS — LADIES * CHILDREN'S FASHIONS - ALGONA —

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