The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 17, 1960
Page 10
Start Free Trial

1 „ I Co rwifh- Wesley Commencement Set May 20 — the Corwth - Wesley Community School commencement exercises will be held in the Corwith school auditorium Friday, May 20, at 8 p.m. Dr'. Glenn R. Hawkes will . be the speaker. Wesley students in the class are Jim Price, who is president; Ruth Wise, secretary; Irwin Mar' tin; Melissa Nygaard, William J. Kunz, Eldon Penning, Larry Flaherty. 'Stephen Doughan and Joan Miner. Baccalaureate exercises were held Sunday night. May 15, in the Corwith school auditorium. Benediction by Rev. Ronald Hatchings: .clarinet solo, Alan Jorclah; class' sermon by Rev. Robert Jones; girls sexette, Arlene Goetz, Julie Hampe, Leanne Long. Diane Neuroth, Joyce Paulson and Phyllis Quehe sang. "Thanks Be To God; benediction by Rev. Hutchings; recessional by Concert Band. Relative Passes Wesleyans who went to Boonf May I'l to attend the funeral of a relative,' Ben Josephson, 55. who died Ma"y 9 in a Rochester, Minn, hospital following heart surgery, included Anna and Ethel Flom, Mrs Edna Wubben, Mrs Howard Funnemark, Frank Johnson, Jurgen Skow, Mrs Fred Bentele, Darlene and Lois, Mrs -John Baker, Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom, Mr and Mrs Cliff Carlson, Mr and Mrs Ivan Johnson and Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan. Mr Josephson . is survived by his wife, the former Anna Johnson, who is a sister of Mrs Esther Skow, Mrs Fred Bentele and Mrs Selma Carlson; also a son Keith, two brothers and a sister. Mr and Mrs Josephson were married at Wesley in 1938. See; DM Moines The Seventh and eighth grades of St., -Joseph's school, Wesley, went to 'Des Moines May 11. Th|v were accompanied by Sister Mary:! Leriore and Sister Mary Wendel. Mothers who also accompanied them were Mrs Lou Cink, Mrs Art Plathe, Mrs Larry Youngwirth f Mrs Leonard Arndorfer, Mrs George Ricke and Mrs Tom Lickteig. They visited several places of interest. Surprise Party Mr arid Mrs Harold Price were honored at a surprise 30th wedding anniversary family party in their home May 10. Guests who brought and servpd lunch and enjoyed an evening of visiting were the Orville Weilands, ,Geo Ostercamps, Duane Vaudts and Charles Prices and their families and Duane Price. Vocal Concert The vocal music department of the Corwith - Wesley school will present its spring concert in the Corwith school auditorium May 18 at 8 p.m. Mf' and Mrs Karl Wester of Barren, Wis. spent May 7-8 with his mother, Mrs Bettte Wester. Mr and Mrs Harold Price aha Duane and Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp and family were Mother's Day guests of the Duane Vaudts -at Forest City. The Ostercamps were sponsors at the baptism of their nephew Dennis Lee Vaudt that morning in the Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner and Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner 6f Fort Dbdge were Mother's Day guests in the Dwight Wagner' home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Guy Ditnond have a new granddaughter born April 30 to Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson of Casper, Wyo. She has been named Melaine Joy. They also have 6 year old Janeil and 2 year old Stephen. Blake Funeral Home has announced it is installing a two- way radio system in the ambulances. Mr and Mrs J. T: Meurer drove to Lohrville Wednesday and brought back with them their grandchildren, Janelle and Ronnie Vogel who stayed till Sunday when their parents, Mr and Mrs Don Vogel came for them. Mr and Mrs Ed Pittcrle and Mr and Mrs Frank Marco of Watertown, Wis. and Mrs Clara Erdman of Denver, Colo, were dinner guests in the Mike Arndorfer home, May 4. The large garage on the R. E. Newbrough property has been torn down. An office building will be built, on the site. Marilyn Hughes, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hughes, is in Paris Island, South Carolina for six weeks recruit training. She joined the U.S. Marines through the Mason City recruiting office. Douglas Ackerson, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson, entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, May 10 for medical care. Mr and Mrs Robert Ellis have moved here from Garner. He has been a truck driver for R. E. Newbrough for several months. Eddie Dornbier began work at the Root hardware store last week. Wesley's population count this year was 517, a gain of 8 over the 1950 count. Grades 3 and .4 and their tcnchcrs at Corwith-Weslcy Consolidated school went by bus to Mason City Thursday to visit places, of interest. Paul Erdman arrived home May 9 from a 5 month stay in Eaton Rapids. Mich . with his daughter and family, the Wayne Cleggs. Members of the Yo Yo club ot the Methodist church enjoyed a dinner party Thursday evening, May 12. Duane Becker and Alan Jordan spent May 6-7-8 in Ames with Roger Flom and attended Vies- hca. The Ed Thissens of Waterloo were Mother's Day guests in the parental, Mrs Helen Johnson home. Mrs Martin Hamilton and children, Nancy and Donald accompanied her sister and family for a week's visit. St. Joe, Will Wed June 18 Of the 3,800 persons on the national staff of the American Red Cross, 2,130 are engaged in services to the Armed Forces and veterans, and of these, GOO arc stationed overseas. St. Joe — Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales announce; the approachint; marriage of their daughter. Kathryn, to Darrel Baker, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker of Livermore, Saturday, June 18, in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Gales, a g raduates of St Joseph's School of Nursing nt Sioux City, is employed at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fori Dodge. Mr Baker, a graduate of the Livermore high school, is engaged in the trucking business (UDM Engraving) Council werf. present. It was moved and seconded that this project br- tabled. On call of the roll Urn vote wns tied with the Mayor costing the deciding vote In fnvor of the motion. COUNCIL MINUTES City Council met May 11. liVJO with M.iyoi Shlcrk and fill Couiu-11 members present. It w;is moved and seconded that the purchase of the units he turned over to the purchasing committee. It was moved and seconded that the drainage problem on south Main street be referred to the Drainage Committee. George Drcsen came before the council to get permission to hold teen- ;ige dances once a week. Permission was granted. Cleo Black came before the Council in regards to street and sidewalk grades on E. Locust Street. It was moved and seconded that the City Attorney and Sewer Committee meet with property owners concerning easements for sanitary sewer. City Clerk was authorized to attend :\ injftlnfj in Des Moines, Iowa. OENCRAL Dr. Shlcrk, salary _ 112.50 Smith, salary _ 164.00 Hanson, salary "32.51 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 44.80 Advance Publ. Co.. publications 46.44 North Iowa Directory Service. city directory ._ 15.00 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.. publications 80.80 Delia Welter, fee 5.00 Koch Brothers, office -supplies 3.01 Iowa State Bank, checks 36.25 Hutzell's, folders ._. ... 0.71 Or. Shlerk. court costs Hanson, expense . . Hutzell's, markers __„ Inlet national Conf. of Blclg. oilicials. dues .. . . Muson City Blue Print Service, supplies ,_. 8THEET i.aslibroiik. salary ..... .. Pergandc, salary _. Burlls. salary Met/en. Jr., salary ... . s.ilnrv . . .' Skllllng, salary Myers, salary Iowa State Bank. withholding tax '... Botsford Lbr. Co., material Algona Flour & Feed Co., grass seed ;.. Arnold Motor Supply, parts Percival Motors, parts Muckey Plumbing, material Kossuth Motor Co.. storage Buschcr Bros., repairs Frederick Hardware, mdsc. Pratt Electric Constr. Co., labor & material Hilton's Super Service, repair .. Cook's Radiator, repair Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co.. labor Bob's Skellv Service, dlesel Ira Kohl, labor Greenherg Auto Supply, parts _ Skelly Oil Co.. filters _ Herman M. Blown Co., repairs : Asphalt Piodutts Co., premlJc .. Pcieisen Roofing & Insulation, Inc., roof work PUBLIC SAFETY "ockelman. salary Hutchison, salary Jorgenson, salary SO 00 13,!M) 3.0B SO.00 13.33 105.07 155.21 130.77 120.07 133.04 124.27 100.20 77.70 7.35 15.00 1.63 H4.70 1.33 35.00 76.48 22.33 47.30 18.00 3.50 4-1.81 3.00 . 10.29 . 30.12 . 51.10 . 124.16 .- 630.00 . 225.91 . 171.64 . 171.57 McBrlde, salary 150.12 SchtfrnrzcnbAeh, salary 15R.64 Sullen, salary 15780 Volgt. salary 148.27 Irn Kohl, salary , . 2000 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 131.50 Trust & Agency Fund, pension _ 1.1.fi2 City Clerk, advance cash 7.31 Cities Service Oil Co., gas ... . «1ft.7!) Gene's Radio & TV. service 8.00 Advance Publ. Co., file cards .. 5.75 Thompson Distributing Co., wheels : 538 Percivnl Motors, service 58.80 Miller Lbr. Co., mdse. 2105 Kossuth Motor Cor, service 200 Hutchison, expense ... . 230 North Central Comm., service & parts _. , •_ fii.20 Hooker Supply Co., cqulpt 113.10 Plcctron Corp, repairs •_ 20.H9 Hilton's SurSer Service, gas 3.64 BAmtAtlOM Wallace & Holland, oni7in<";r f?es 5,985.29 North Central Public Service Co., gas Reiner .Hclmers, labor ^ 15354 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co.. material 44.77 August Hennings, labor 5000 Miller Lbr. Co.,'brick 156!BO Botsford Lbr. Co., post 5.20 fleakus Holmers, labor _ 42.25 City Clerk, advance cash .. .. .71 RECREATION Reeling's Davis Paint, paint .. 102.27 John Volk, labor ' . 70.00 DEBT SERVICE Hinnboldt Trust & Savings Bank 1 , interest __. 282.50 The Decorah Newspaper. Interest 56.25 humility Nal'l. Bank, Interest .. 77.50 The Merchant* Nnt'l, Bank. Interest .._. 280.00 The Merchants Nat'l. Bank, Interest 77.50 The Powcuhlch County National Bank, interest 77,60 LnUmcr State Bank. Interest 93.75 lowa-Des Moines National Bank, Interest 222.50 Iim'a-Des Moines National Dank, Interest 77.50 lown-Ucs Moliics National Bank, Interest 80.00 lovva-Dcs Moines National Bank, Interest 475.00 lowa-Des Moines National -Bank, Interest 112.50 Iowa State Bank, Interest 155.00 Iowa State Bank, Interest. 420.00 Iowa State Bank, Interest 913.75 SEWER HEfftAt Lemkee, salary z 163.02 Oronbarh, salary 118.10 Iowa State Hank, withholding tax a 17.80 Frederick Hdwe. shovel 6.16 Norton Machine Works, service 17.78 Grecnberg Auto Supply, parts .. 12.55 Contintnifll Oil Co., grease 6.91 Algona Flour & Feed Co., grnss seed _.. 40.00 Hcrbst Ins. Agency, ins, 338.95 Pacific Flush Tank Co., parts * t 30.45 PARKING METER Grocn, salary *-... 175.53 Sands, salary ___.x 52.83 iMtvn State Bank, withholding tax -W", 20.00 Trust * Agency Fund, pension l.DO Pratt Electric Constr. Co., repairs ..I „„_.,-_ 83.85 Postmaster, envelopes ..-..— 08.80 Darrcll Ludwig, service . i 2.00 Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES Adjourned Council meeting was held Mav 6. inr.0 at 5:00 P.M. to discuss the curb and gutter project for the City. The Ma.vor .iiicl all members of the GRADUATION GIFT PRE-VlEW! Model NV-4 —15' wide 4 flexible sections CROSS-CUT ACTION KNOCKS OUT WEEDS tee the off-set, cross-cut tooth arrangement 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 it a cultivator that is engineered for better soil disturbance. Better Cultivation Pays Off in Yields The WINPOWER. Rotary Cultivator is the best insurance toward • bigger safer harvest. The flexible sections, with off•et. cross-cut action knocks out weeds, breaks up crust and clods, and 'saves the moisture for growing crops. End sections fold up. Coupling is adjustable for close turns. Hitchfs can be reversed for transport and crust breaking only. Construction it rugged, for years of trouble-free service. Come in and see for yourself how this WINPOWER Rotary Cultivator will make money for you. It's the cultivating tool that gives your crops a faster, cleaner start to the biggest yields ever. ALGONA (17-20) .0) 8 11 IMPORTANT WAYS CONCRETE CAN REDUCE WORK AND INCREASE PRODUCTION Thousands of farmers have learned that concrete improvements soon pay for them- seEv&s, yet continue to return dividends. 1. HOG HOUSE FLOORS built with concrete are easy to clean, are economical and comfortable. 2. CRIBS AND GRANARIES built with concrete protect grain from vermin, moisture and fire. 3. FEEDING FLOORS of concrete help raise more meat per bushel of feed. It's npt trampled in mud. 4. BARNS with concrete walls protect herds and feed supplies from fire. Concrete floors are sanitary and easy to clean. 5. MILK HOUSES of concrete are coo} in summer, sanitary, odor free, They protect milk quality. 6. BARNYARDS paved wilh concrete eleminaie mud, save manure. Barns, cattle stay cleaner, Result: less work, more profits. 7. POULTRY HOUSES with concrete walls and floors, defy rats, fire; simplify parasite control, 8. MACHINE SHEDS of low-annual-cost concrete protect machinery from fire and the elements. 9. SEPTIC TANKS of concrete make modern plumbing possible. 10. WALKS & DRIVES ef concrete keep mud, dust put of buildings. 11/HOMES with* concrete masonry walls, concrete sub-floors provide a lifetime of comfortable, worry-free living ,— costs leu per year to own. Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co. N,lANT«y ALGONA WORM'S FIRST Smith-Corona ELECTRIC PORTABLE New POWER-TYPING with Portable Convenient* FREE! Hone/some Carrying Case /ne/ucfeof Electric power does the work. You just float your fingers over the keys. Easy, effortless, and each char- actor prints with the same sharp uniformity. Completely portable. tow Price Sensation! Smith-Corona Skyriter .. . Now Only Weighs only 9 pounds, yet has full-size keyboard and takes regular size type* writer paper. Sturdy, da- ' pendable, precision-built.' ALL OUR PORTABLES PRICED TO MEET OR A!S Discount Cr Catalog Houses. BRING IN YOUR CATALOG AND SEE A Great Buy! Smith-Corona STERLING ... Now Only Top performance ot mt- diuro price) Only Smith- Corona offers to many big-machint fealurti in a portable priced this lowl Try ill REMINGTON PORTABLE! The QUIET-RITER® ELEVEN Designed and built for the years to come, this is the most fully-featured portable ever made. Check these features that make it the finest graduation gift of all! * Wide 11-inch carriage with full 10.3" writing line. * Famous Miracli Tab sets and clears tab stops right from keyboard. * Exclusive Super-Strength Frarte... protects vital working parts of the typewriter. * Simplified Ribbon Changer... replaces ribbon without fuss or mess. * Ultimate in design and beauty, 6 contemporary colors... handsome luggage-type case. Th« TRAVEL-RITER tuedui* Give th« QUIET'RITER Here's the popular, economy-priced portable with many big machine fea* tures. Perfect for the Class of '60. if Collapsible carriage return and line space lever. *Left and right carriage release levers. it Line finder for typing out of regular spacing. * Rugged construction for full typewriter protection. *Fu|| 42-key keyboard and back-space key. 1960 Remington Portable DfsifR, .Perfect Qift-th» T.RAVEL-RITER. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGE ST STOCK OF PORTABLES UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. 111 f. Call, Aloona OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. CY 4-3535 Across From New City Forking lot

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free