The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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Gee! tie must .. have his • cowboy suit . dry cleaned at. 4. Algona Cleaners & Launderers Phone CY 4-3265 East Across From Courthouse " Algona FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY WATER SERVICE OUR PHONE NUMBER IS CYpress 4-4514 This year, go for the really big yield...' plant DEKALB HYBRIDS. See for yourself the difference DEKALB "YIELD POWER" can make in your corn field and your pocket book, ' Eugene Hood, Algona, Iowa Alphons Berte, Bode, Iowa Frank Droessler, Bancroft, Iowa Earl Elbert, Whittemore, Iowa Homer Matthiesen, Fenton, Iowa AROUND ALGONA POWER t° STAHD 13 Women o! the Presbyterian church are having a series of study sessions entitled "Cohtfer- sations On. town and Country." Mrs Leora -St John was hostess to the second rneeting' this morning (Tuesday) with Mrs A. t>. Crawford assisting hostess and the lesson by Mrs Henry Lund. On May 3, the group will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs Wilfiam Funk with Mrs Clifford Etherington assisting and the "lesson by Mrs Joseph Skow. On May 10, Mrs Dick Meyers will be hostess, Mrs' Ed Hough assisting and Miss Ava Simpson givlrtg the'lesson. Mrs Harold Hobson is home from Lutheran, hospital at Fort Dodge where she Was a patient for a week. She is getting along nicely. Eight new babies were born id Kossuth county residents at St. Ann hospital over last weekend. Girls Were born to Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspann, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Merle Loss, Algona, Mr arid Mrs Richard-St. John, Algona, Mr "and" Mrs Donald Bruehlman, Whittemor.e; Mr< and Mrs Robert Kain, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Orrie Petersen> Algona... Boys were born to Mr and Mrs Harold Thill, Algona and Mr and Mrs Albert Witmus of Ottosen. —o— Xi Xi, Exemplar chapter pi: Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs Warrjen Nelson. Mrs Dick Cook was assisting hostess and Mrs Pat Bradley gave the program. New officers were elected. Mrs Tom Sampson was elected, president; Mrs Harley Haas, vice president; Mrs Dick Cook; 'secretary, and Mrs Bob Williams, .treasurer. The officers Will 'be installed May 17 when the chapter meets at the home Of Mrs Gordon' Schmidt.' Mr and Mrs Jim Milder spen last weekend with their parents at Iowa City. Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian church me recently at the home of Mr Goldie Guderian. Co-hostesses were Mrs Ellen Marshall anc Mrs Daisy Schauer, Miss Ava Simpson gaye the program, and "• • •:"•• -.BY ._.....-.—,-'•• • _. .• „, ' 1*ww;'«** .-' Clqir Blossom MOTHER'S DAY M—Mothers are a combination of many rare and wonderful ingre dients. O— Only some power beyond our c o mp r e - h en sion could have given them their great u n d e r- s landing and love. T—T hey a pp rec- i a t e the s m a 11 e si _^ ___ kind ness. H—Have a special place in your heart as well as in your busy life for he/. E—Every day should be Mother's Day. R—Remember her in some special way on her special day and then follow it through tor the rest of the year. Follow the sensible insurance program all-the year round. There is a safe and sound way to do it and we can show you how. Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735, Miss Elva Ewoldt, the devbtidna —-o— Hew officers hav* heart eleet- ed for the Methodist Men's Club. Wallace McDougall is new president; Dean Taylor, vice president; Hugh Black, secretary; Joe Collier, treasurer, and Ron Mock, publicity chairman. Outgoing president is Louis Kelley. - Mrs A. E. Kresensky left Sunday on a month's vacation. She Will visit her sister and then go to New York City to-..visit her daughters, Ardis and- Alice. Ardis is employed by'a church publishing firm, and help to make a film on vocations which was shown here Sunday evening at the youth meeting of the Presbyterian church. Alice is employed by the Presbyterian Board of Religious Education in New York. , Mrs Ed Blutner is entertaining her sewing club this ' afternoon (Tuesday). Weslyan Service Guild of the Methodist church met Monday evening > for • dinner. M[rs Glen Segar gaye devotions, Miss Mary Schwabatier had the lesson and Mrs Joan Scott was in charge Of the social/time. Mrs Walter Klairip will be hostess to the Happy< Birthday club on Friday afternoon. —o— . ' •The three Algona chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Xi Xi, Alpha Psi and Zeta Xi, are having their Founder's Day banquet Saturday evening at the V.F.W. hall. A dance will follow. Vernon, Bob. Phil, Jr. and Dean Kohlhaas, all of Washington, D. C. are visitinj* here, called by the illness of their father, Phil Kohlhaas. Catholic Daughters of America observed national Communion Surjday by attending mass in a group, May 1. A May breakfast followed in the Academy hall. .Chairladies were Mrs Gerald Frankl, Mrs Walter Hall, Mrs Jean Haas and Mrs Pat Murphy. A directors' party of the Algona Country Club was held Sunday evening with 168 attending. A quartet consisting of Dr. Harold Erickson, Don Potter, Willard Snustad and Martin Huber provided entertainment and Bill Watkins furnished orgar dinner music. Mr and Mrs Frank ^Moulton < and Mr' and Mrs. Crajj Smith were co-chairman for the party with Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst, Mr and Mrs Ed Adams, Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken, Mr and Mrs Les Kenyon, Mr and Mrs Eugene Zender, Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom, Mr and Mrs Bob Williams, Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst, Mr and Mrs Don Nelson and Dr. and Mrs J. D. Harris. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN FORT R1LEY, KAN. — Army Pvt. Sheldon D. Bengtsoh, whose wife, Marilyn,' lives in Titonka. Iowa, completed eight weeks of advanced individual training with the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kan., April 16. Bengtson entered the Army last November and completed basic training at the Kansas fort. . • '<• ' . The 23-year-old soldier, son of Mr and Mrs Daniel C. Bengtson Woden; is a 1955 graduate of Buffalo Center High School. 1ST CAV. DIV., KOREA Army Pfc. Gary L. Ewing, son o Mr and Mrs Alvin V. Ewing Swea City, Iowa, recently arrived in Korea and is noV assign ed to the 1st Cavalry Division. . A cannoneer in Battery A o the division's 19th Artillery, Ew ing entered the Army in Apri 1959 and completed basic train ing at Fort Carson, Colo. The 23-year-old soldier is a 1954 graduate of Swea City high school. —o—• FORT BELVOIR; VA. — Armj Pvt. Robert P. Lichter, 18, son o Mr and Mrs Joseph G. Lichter Algona, completed basic enginee training Apr. 16 at Fort Belvoir Va. Lichter received instruction in map reading, bridge, road am airfield construction, and min warfare. He entered the Army las January and completed basi training at Fort Ord, Calif.' Lichter is a 1959 graduate o St. Cecelia's Academy Hig' School. owa State Bank, . ,..,,,. withholding tax i .-^-...-.^.. «.30 oc Sec. Fund, «oc. *ec. tax ,. ,47.73 Corhrh., ta« — —- 127.83 o\va Public Emp. Ret. Bn lue Cross, Ins - 20.40 Treas. or The State ot „„„„., Iowa, sales to* - — 388.92 North Central Public Ser. Co.. gas T. James Palmer, exp . owa Seventh Day Adventlst Ass'n., refund --—--,.--- 1-30 DEPOSIT FUND Gerald Smith et all, Wund .-^ 38.00 SOCIAL SECURITY FUHD own Employment Sec. Comm., tax '46'18 ow'a Public Emp. Ret. •».-.« Sys , tsx . —' ..— 882.23 '1 n«" operaTlng""statements of the Electric & Water Departments for the quarter ending March 31, 1060, were presented and reviewed. Next meeting date was set for April 21, lllOO, at 8:00 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /g/ .^ ^ Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Muhlcipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, April 11, 1060, at 7:30 O'clock P.M. Present wore: Buchanan, Harmes, Bay, T: James Palmer, Supt.,' H. W. Strohmeyer, representing Buell & Winter Eng. Co., Sioux City, la. and Ira Kohl, Secretary, The -meeting was called to discuss additional cooling capacity for cooling engine Jacket water at the Power Plant with R. W. Strohmeyer. After considerable' discussion there was a motion by Harmes,' seconded by Bay, that Buell & Winter Engineering Co., Sioux City, la., be authorized to proceed with plans and specifications for additional cooling capacity to be Installed on the existing cooling tower basin at the Power Plant. Motion carried. All voting "Aye". The Supt. of Utilities Was orally directed to notify Buell & Winter En*. Co., of the action taken by the Boan TuMdoy, May 9, 1960 Alfldna (la.) Uppir P*« Meeting adjourned. .,,. President of the Board _^__ /S/ Allen.K. Buchanan SecretBry 1F ff'S N fi W g _ Wfi WANT tT NOTICE! ALL LAW OFFICES IN ALGONA WILL CLOSE ALL DAY SATURDAYS MAY THRU SEPTEMBER, BEGINNING SAT., MAY 7«> TAYLOR MERCURY is pleased to announce ... Clayton Lammers has Joined Our Sales Force The Catholic Action Guild served a parish dinner, Sunday. May 1, at. the Academy halL There was an open house to 1 inspect the.i new addition to St. Cecelia's grade school. * UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, April 18, 1960 at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt. of Utilities and Ira Ifohl. Secretary. The minutes of the meeting of April 4th and April llth, 1960, were read and approved.,. Motion by Harmes, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting, "Aye". LIGHT BUND Stomac Motor Exp., freight — 30.04 Ralph Fandel. refund 5.00 Iowa Employment Sec. Comm., tax — -— 018.26 Iowa Public Emp. Ret. Sys., tax --•„- "5.87 \V. w. Sullivan P. M., postage 55.89 C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., freight 39.88 Pay Roll, pay roll , 2.036.28 'Milton Biiveu, labor 209|92 Mervin Hentges. labor — 155.40 Wilbur E. Bruner, labor 130.60 Harvey Peglow, labor 110.44 Maurice Krebsbach, labor 106.37 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 328.30 Soc Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax .. 227.70 Blue Cross, ins. 34.40 Treas. of State of Iowa, sales tax 1,450.93 Treas. of The State of Iowa, ..en flX - 52,00 Sincfair Re"frco'.7fuel oil — 770.00 WATER FUND Iowa Employment Sec. ,. n nn Sys tax 146.35 Pay Roll, pay'roil": _.._ 370.55 Walter Peterson, labor _^ — 185.4,1 James Drone, labor rieasus Helmcrs, labor George Weig, labor . Reiner Helmers, labor 54.93 Thomas Moc, labor Leroy Gronbach, labor Max Helmers, labor ^ m Model NV4 — 15'wide 4 flexible CROSS-CUT ACTION KNOCKS OUT W1IDS «ee the off-set, crosscut tqpth at- rangement on the ring That s the secret of better weeding and cultivation at high speeds. Note. too. the shape of each tooth that delivers the stroke directly on the point. Here is e cultivator that is engineered for better soil disturbance. Better Cultivation Pays Off in Yields The WINPOWEB Rotary Cvkivator is the. best insurance toward a bigger safer harvest. Th? flexible sections, v-'itb offset. prpss-ciit actipn knocks out weeds- breaks up crust ano; clods, and'saves the moisture for growing crops. End sections fold up. Coupling is adjustable for close turns. Hitches can be reversed for transport and crust breaking only. Construction is rugged, for years of trouble-free service. Corne in and *e» for yoursfl/ hgfcf this WINpOWgf? Betary Cultivator w>U PW ke money /or yoy. It'i the cultivating tool rbat gives your cropi § fajter, cleaner start to {lie biggest yields ever. BRADLEY BROS. ALGONA Hog Performance Tests Underway At Kollasch Farm Everyone in the area interested in the production and improvement of hogs is invited to visit the performance test lot on the Albert C, Kollasch & Sons farm located 3M- miles north of Bancroft on highway 169. The Kollasch's, in cooperation with Dean Barnes, County Extension Agent, arc testing a cross section of the pigs sired by their Poland China herd sire Modern Von 7th. This lest is under the general supervision of the Poland China Record Association of Gulesburg. 111. Jts purpose is to test the rate of gain, feeding efficiency and market 'desirability (meat- irjess) of his pigs under full feeding (market hog) conditions; and thereby measure the desirability of his sons and daughters -as Meat Type breeding stock. NOW SELLING NEW MERCURY and COMET CARS AND USED CARS We are proud to announce that Clayton Lammers, well-known area car salesman, has joined the selling staff of Taylor Mercury. Mr. Lammers needs no in deduction to many of you ... he has 7 years experience in Algona. selling xars and has been a car salesman for the past 15 years' since discharge from the Army. Mr. Lammers Is married and the couple have two children. He has a wide experience in the new and used car field and we feel he will offer our many customers a wealth of knowledge in try's field. CLAYTON LAMMERS Taylor Mercury "MERCURY — COMET SALES & SERVICE" Plum Creek Meeting Plum Creek Homemakcrs mot Apr. 27 at the home of Mrs Ros- (.•oe Mawdsley, Jr., with Mrs CJaude Seely, Mrs Glen Gabrielson and Mrs Martha Drager as assisting hostesses. Inspiration was given by Mrs Walter Campney and Mrs Rprl Priebe gave the lesson. Mrs Duane Mawdsley and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley. Jr. presented vocal numbers, accompanied by Mrs Kyle Keith. Mrs August SJagle was in charge of entertainment. Union Boys 4-H The monthly Union Boys 4-1) tJuh meeting was held on Apr. 12 at the the Center School. They discussed who would be going to camp at Clear Lake and the short course at Ames. Lunch was served by the Viponds and Er- peldings. The human heart beats about 37 million times per year, moves 0 ounces of blood each time, or about 4,500 ions at blood pw year. All over town the lovely, little Princess phone !$ attracting attention! 'and making friends— because it offers so many features that peoplp want in an extension telephone. i it's smqll— to take up less room oa desk of table. The dial lights up. It glows in the dark so can Jftd U quickly and, wfcea yoi* W't Uw receiver, lights jip brightly to make dialing easy, It's modern— styled to go anywhere in your home, and SO beautifully. Take your choice of five decorator colors—white, beige, pink, blun and turquoise. I See the Princess phone at our business office. Or ask a telephone service piaa to show i| to you.

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