The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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Cor with-Wesley Commencement Set May 20 , Wis. spent May 7-8 .wi|h ] his mother, MtS Blttife We&tfer. Mi 1 find Mtt Httroid Pticfe Aha Duane aftd Mr .and Mr* George Ostbrctimp , rind family were Mother's Day. gUests of the Duane Vaudts at • Forest City. The OsterCamps were sponsors at the bapUsfh nis Lee Vaudt that 'morning in the Lutheran church, Mr and Mrs Al Wagner and — the Corwth - Wes- Mr and Mrs Ben Wa|htet 6f Fdrt ley Community School commen- Dodge were Mothers Day guests cement exercises will be held in in the D wight. Wagner home at the Corwith school auditorium Friday, Maj> 20, at ft p.m. Dr. Gldnn 1 R. Hawkes will be the speaker, Wesley students, in the class are Jim Price, who is' president; fluth Wise, secretary; Irwin Mar-1 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 Hutchings: clarinet solo. Alan Jordan J class sermbn by Rev. Robert Jones; girls sexette, Arlene Goeti, Julie Harripe, Leanne 1 Long, Diane Neuroth, Joyce Paulson and Phyllis Quebe sang. "Thanks Be To God; benediction by Rev. Hutchings; recessional by Concert Band. Relative Passes Wesleyans who went to Bqone May 11 lo attend, the fune.ral of a relative', Beh Jpsepnsoh, 55. who died May 9'in a Rochester, Minn, hospital following heart • surgery, included Anna and Ethel Flohi, Mrs • Edna Wubben, Mrs Howard Furinemark, Frank Johnson, Jui'gen Skow, Mrs Fred Bentcle, 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 1 is survived by his wife, the former Anna JoHn- • son, Who is a sister of Mrs Esther Skowj 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 Des Moines • ' The seventh and eighth grades of Si. Joseph's school, Wesley, went ' to' Des Moines May 11. They were. accompanied by Sister/Mary Lehore and Sist^l' Mary Wendel. Mothers who also accompanied them were Mrs Lou Cinkj Mrs Art Plathe, Mrs Larry Youngwirth, Mrs Leonard Arndorfer, Mrs George Ricke and Mrs Tom Lickteig. They visited several places of interest. Algona. Mr'and Mrs Guy Dimbhd have a new granddaughter? borrl April 30 to Mr and Mrs! Howard Dawson of Caspar, Wyo, She has been named Melaihe Joy. They also have ,6 year old Janell and 2 year old Stephen. Blake- Furteral .Wtehie has announced IV is iHStllllftg 4 t^vo- way radio systeni'ift thfe ambulances. \ Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer drove to Lohrvillii brought back Wednesday with them and their grandchildren, Jartelle and nie Vogel who stayed till SuHday when their parents, Mr and Mrs Don Vogel came for them. Mr and Mrs Ed Pitterle and Mr and Mrs Frank Marco of,Watertown, Wis. and man of Denver, Mrs Clara Erd- Colo. were, dln- [llttll Wi AXV-l»»*-«, —•—-—- •- . ner guests in the Mike Arndorfer home, May 4. The large garage on the R. E. Newbroiigh property., has been torn down. Ah office t 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 thg US! Marines the Mflsbh City ftcruitirtg offlde. Douglas-Acket-son, -son of Mr and Mi's Marvin Ackerson, entered St, Ann hospital, Algona* May 1 10 for medical- care. Mr and Mrs Robert Ellis have moved here from Garner. He has been & ttu&k drlVer for R. E. Newbrtragh" fDT. several months. Eddie Dornbier began work at the Root- 1 ' hardware store last week., ' Wesley's population count this year was 617, a gain of 8 oVer the 1950 edunt. Grades 3 and' 4 and their teachers at Corwith-Wesley 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. • Duarle Becker and Alan Jordan Spent M av 6 - 7 ' 8 in Ames w • Roger Flom and attended VieS- hea. The Ed thissens of Waterloo were 1 MothePs 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. Sf. J&,Will Wed Juhe Cdtincll were pifeS«nt. . » j It was rrtoved flhd aeconded that tHI* broject be tdBled. Oft Ball of the roll the Vote W&s tied wlttt the MSyor c6/t- ing the dedlding vote in favor ot the motion. , Of-the 3,800 persons on the national staff Sf the American Red Cross, 2,130 are engaged in service's to the AHn'ed' F6rces and veterans,'• imd of these, 600 are stationed overseas. Si, Jos' — Mf' juid Mrs E. V J. Gales annoiirice.thfe approachlhg marriage df their datfgHter,' Ka\h- ryn, to Darrel Baker, S8& of Mr and Mrs dilfford 6aker of LivtfN more, Saturday,' June l» f in St. Joseph's Catholic church.' Miss Gales, a g radUates bf St. Joseph's School of Nursing at Sioux City, is employed 'at St. Joseph's Mercy' hospital,: Fort Do'dge. Mr Baker, a graduate of the Livermbre high school, is' the trucking business. (UDM Engraving) . Cltv Council met May 11, 1960 with Mayor Shterk and all Council merrtbets P It was rtioved and seconded that the ourchase of the Wdlo uhita Be turned over to the purchasing carhmittee. , It was moved and seconded that the drainage problem ofl sotitH Malft stretet be referred td the DrainSge Committee. George Dresert came befofs the council to get permission to Hbld teenage dances once a week. Permission Cleo Black crime before the Council In regards to street .and sidewalk grades oh E. Locust Street. • , It was moved and seeonded .that .the City Attorney and Sewer. Committee meet with property owners - concerning easements for sanitary seWer. City Clerk was authorized let, attend a meeting in Des Moines, loWa. (SENE&A1 . ' Dr. Shierk, salary --------- M — 112.50 Smith, salary . ....... - ---- .-•*-*.- ii™' 0 .? Hanson, salary' ........... . ----- 332.51 lowa State Bank, • Wlthholdiftg-tax ---- ,...,. ---- 44.80 Advance Publ. Cd., publications 48.44 North Iowa Directory Service, city directory -. ---- -— , — -- t lB.OO Upper Des Moines Publishing 'Co.. publications ....i ------ pis'. PUDJlCitUUIUt ....... ...*.. 86.80 Delia Welter, fee — «_i.—.... ,5.00 I Koch Brothers, office supplies • 3.01 IbWa State Bank, checks , 36.25 Hutzell's, folders .<. 9.71 f Bldg. o, dues —-----—Mason City Blue Print Service, supplies L,nshbrook, salary Pergande, salary irtls, ' Salary 139.77, -—-"-- ..... Botsfoi-d Co.. material — Algona Flour 7.35 wyert, salary- r Iowa Stole Bank, withholding o.. & Peed Co., grass Seed ...... ? ------ -_-.-Arnold Motor Supply, parts ---Percival Motors, pa.rls ----- ..... Muokey PlumbWg, piaterlal — . 1.33 Kossuth Motor Co., 1 stdrage ----- 35.00 Buscher.Bros., repairs . ........ 76.48 Frederick Hardware 1 , mdse. ---- 22.33 Pratt Electric Constr. C6., — labor & material ..^-^— Hilton's Super Service, repair „ Cook's Radiator, repair ........ Ready-Mix Concrete 81 Lbr. Co.! labor .............. - ----Bob's Shelly Service, diesel - — Ira Kohl, labor ----- - ----- ---— Greenberg Auto Supply, parts .Skelly Oil Co,, filters r — -.---Herman M. Brown Co., 'repairs . Asphalt Products Co., premix «. Petersen Hoofing & Insulation, Inc., roof- work — ------------PUBLIC SAFETY . Poekflman, salary ---- . — - ---- 225,8. Hutchison, salary ------ ^— -!— - "1.6; Jorgenson, salary ------ ... ---- — , 17 , 1 ' 5 47.30 18.00 3.50 3.00 10.2E . 124.16 630.00 150 12 The isfi B4 S e Merchant* Nat'l AgecyF U nd,-pension . Clerk, advance cash salary •--- 131.60 13.62 7.31 88.79 8.60 Evince 'wS "doVftS ea"ds-:i 5.78 Tho V mpsotiT Distributing M CO., Wheels -— .Ron Percival Motors, service »B-°» Miller Lbr. Co., mdse. - aj-™ Kossuth Motor bo., service 3.00 Hutchison, expense - 2-3° North Central Comtn :...--II 20.99 Hilton's Super 'Service, g"a"s .... 3.6* SANiTATlOM Wallace & Holland, rntfin^pr fees — ».-•*-?-? — North Central Public Service Co., gas . ,-j-";'*" 1 ' " iM'Si Reiner Helmers, labor ia-J.'« Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co., material -..—-August Hennlngs, labor Miller libr. Co., brick 158.8 taty Clerk, .71 Redlng's Davis Paint, John Volk, labor DEBT SERVICE Humboldt Trust & Savings paint ..... 102.2 . Nat'l. Bank, interest MA 77.80 ,o» e i n »«muin- 8 r--"" - Bank; Interest lowa'-DeS Melne! lowfl^e'lllrpfertil Iowa State, Bahfc, Iowa State Lertikee, salary* «.i Gronbach, salary „_, Iowa State Bank, lU..-t—i— 11.60 77.60 83.15 222.50 77.80 60.00 475.00 112.50 155.00 420.00 913.75 163.02 118.10 17.60 6.16 17.76 12.55 6.01 40.00 338.05 ,. 30.45 Fredprtck Hdwe. shovel -.--.----. Norton Machine Wotks, Service G?eenberg Auto Supply, parts .. Continental Oil Co.,, greflte — Algona Flour St Feed Co.; Herbst Ins. AgerToir', As" Pacific Flush Tank , Co., parts .....' "la- 1 ^— PAHKIN6 METER Qroen, salary ,—-----»-«->•Sands. salary, ..*.*_-. .own State Bank, > withholding tax ,- i - t Trust & Agency FUnd,5p' Pratt Electric ConStr. j J Co., repairs ..--'_-!—<.--.* Postmaster, envelopes ,. Darrelt Ludwlg, service,-.-. 175.53 52.83 20.00 1.90 83.65 96.80 2.00 Council Mi'nutes COUKCIL MINUTES Adjourned Council meeting was held Mav 6, 1960 at 5:00 P.M. to. discuss the curb and gutter project for the City. The Mayor, nnd all members of the GRADUATION GIFT PRE-VI i Surprise Parly Mr 'arid r Mrs Harold Price were honored at a surprise 30th wedding anniversary family party in their home May JO. Guests who brought and served 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. Mr and Mrs Karl Wester of Model NV-4 —15'wide 4 flexible sections CROSS-CUT ACTION. KNOCKS OUT WEEDS Better Cultivation Pays Oil in Yields ' see the off-set, cross-cut tooth arrangement on the ring. That's the tecret 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 a cultivator that is engineered for better soil disturbance. The WINPOWER. Rotary Cultivator toward a bigger safer harvest. The flexible sections, 'with off. let. 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. Hitches can be reversed for transport and crust breaking only. Construction is 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 bigucst yields ever. ALGONA (17-23) 11 IMPORTANT-WAYS. 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