The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1960
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4-Aigonti (la,) Upper Dei Molna* Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1960 John Hefti Sr. Of LuVerne Is 86; Honored LuVerne John Hefti, Sr., observed his 86th Bifthday July 22 at his home southeast of Lu- Verne. All of his children called to extend greetings. H6 has five sons and three daughters, William, Goldfield,' Walter, Britt, Albert and Edwin, LuVerne Gilbert, Crystal Lake, Mrs Marshall Clancy, Hardy, Mrs Dudley Blesle, Petersen, Minn., and Mrs John C. Zimmerman who with Mr Zimmerman live with Hefti on the home farm. Schipull Reunion The reunion of the family of the late Mr and Mrs Gotfried • Schipull Was held Sunday at the Legion Hall in Livermore with 77 attending. The hosts were the family of Mrs Bertha Schipull, LuVerne, and the late Karl Schipull. New Granddaughter Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz ant] Henry visited Sunday in Kasson ' Minn., with their daughter Elsie Mr and Mrs ; James Abel family. They went to 'make the acquaintance of Kim Michele Abel, born July 13, who weigned six pounds, three ounces. Enroute home they visited in Osage with their daughter and son, the Dan Palsic and Norman Hii-.= families. hia fliece Mr and Mrs Alfrec Riley and David, Algoiia, Mr and Smith and girls, LuVerne. , W.S.C.S. Mat""" ". ' The general meeting of WSC! was held July 20 in the Methodist chufch rooms with 30 in attendance. Devotions, Mrs Albert Genrich, lesson, Mrs Ralph Stoll, Mrs Sylvester Brace, general chairman, presided, Hosts Mrs A. A Schipull, Mrs Duane Neal, Mrs Percy Brink,.Mrs James Mallory and Mrs Glen firaynard. Relative 111 Mrs Clara Rogers received word Saturday that her brother- in-law, Harry Rogers, 87, was seriously 'ill at the Good Samaritan home at Rockford. Attend Shower Mrs August Elbert, Mrs Edward Elbert, LuVerne, Mrs Bob Davis "of Algona attended ? shower honoring two week olH Leland Charles in trie home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Anliker at Bradgaie. Has Birthday Guests Monday evening in the William Goetsch home to help Bill celebrate his birthday were brothers Mr and Mrs Carl Goet- rch, daughter Mr and Mrs Duane f/Irs Fred Goetsch, Darlene and Pink-Blue Shower Mrs Carroll Marty was hostess in her horAe Friday eveniftg to a pink and blue shower honoring Mrs Jerry W6lf. Thirteen shared the courtesy witn put of town guests, Jerry's "grandmrjther Mrs Elizabeth Klassic of Renwick. Mr Mrs Richard Foth of Livermore and Mrs Eddie Link of Genoa, 111. Mr ahd Mrs Norman Russell, Chesterfield, Indiana, arrived Monday to visit her grandmother, Mrs Mary Schulti. Mr and Mrs Walter Schipull and Susan of Arlington, Va. visited Thursday to Sunday with his brothers, the Albert A. Schipulls LuVerne, John, Rudolf and Carl Schipulls, GoldfJeid. Sonja Goetsch and friend Jim Parden, Sioux City were weekend guests in the parental William Goetsch- home. Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings visited Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings, Sr., in Hurt . Saturday evening guests in the Robert. Barber horn* were his parents Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode and his sister Mr and Mrs Loren Jahr family, Mankato, Minn. The family of Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode gathered Sunday at the lu-rie of a daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Cash at Ventura for a picnic. Attending were Robert Barbers, LuVerne. the William Meyers, Whiltemore. Mr and Mrs Ralph LipSey. Randy, Reggie and Ronald of Great Lakes Navy Base visitec 1 Monday and Tuesday with her aunt Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings.' Mr and Mrs Walter- SchipulJ arid Susan visiting here frorr> Arlington, Va., were honored with a picnic Sunday at Eagle Grove. Attending • were his brothers and sister the A. A. Schi- pulls, LuVerne, Rudolf. Car 1 and John Schipull's, Goldfield. and Mr and Mfs O. J, Carlson, Albert City. Mr and Mrs William ftamus of DCS Moines visited hef mothei and brother Mrs John Thorn anc Mr and Mrs Joseph Thorn anc his nephew Mr arid Mrs Geralc Ramus Sunday. Mrs Charles> Hinz, Lester and Herman Hinz, visited Sunday with Charles Hinz patient at the Veteran hospital in Des Moines. Mrs Jessie Sanford-, her house guests, Mrs Grant NelSori and Mrs Myrtle Harrison, • Emmetsburg,' went. to Ellsworth Monday to visit their sister and aunt Mrd Nellie Olson. Mrs Hannabelle darlsc-n of Wesley was a Friday overnight guest of h£r bltther, Mr and Mrs Guy Glddingsi • Tuesday evening dinner guests in the William Goetsch hottte were her "parents Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes, LivermOre, and nep- lews, Philip and" Freddie Struthers, Lone Rock. The dinner' lonored the birthdays of Mr Goetsch and Mr Sykes July 25 and 31. Leslie Pechumer went Monday :o Cedar Rapids where he has employment for six weeks with a road construction crew. • Mr and Mrs Gerald Brace, Hay-' 'ield, Minn., were Sunday visi' ;ors with their son Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and boys. Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle and family had as guests 1 Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Marvin Wier and boys of tiiarnurn, Minn. Mr and Mrs Aaron Steussy of Algona joined their son Mr and Mrs Dick Steussy and children of^Palq, III, at Clear Lake for the weekend. Cristie, 10, and Cindie, 6, Steussy remained to visit with their grandparents in Algona. Tuesday was Gristle's birthday and a party was planned. • Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk were Mr. and Mrs Paul Philips of Stewardville, Minn. Afternoon and ^evening callers Sunday were Mrs Wilma Tiede of Fairmont and .Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Fort 'Dodge. Mr and Mrs Jon ""elson,. Karen and Jon, Jr., left Sunday for a week's vacation in northern Wis., and visiting their daughter. Sonja, there for^ the summer. Clarence BatHke of Norfork, Neb., came Saturday and took Mrs Bathke and sons, Harold and Tommy home' Sunday after 1 a week's visit with her, parents, Mr and Mrs Harold nansen family. Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley and Susie of Galbraith returned Monday from a three week vacatlor trip. They* traveled visiting rela- tives in Las' les, Thermo; Wilted: Colo., with'Mfrand Roos, Jaft aftd- LyiftR $Hif^1 greetings td frierids, hef&?"The> are former .publishers' ofHTwi 'Lu- Verne TribUM.' •' " V ', Gerald- -.WelleY; arute' astf Bobby of Daytdrf, ,,OMcf 'flew their plane into Alg&lia iteeMfly, Mr and Mrs &0, McCMffart drove to 'Algofta f6rT ,th% 'grfihd- sons Bhtce and'fi&teby, Mr /Will* er hud ' business In Minhe'flp'&Iis and St. Louis, 'Mo. *?fie 'MfcCIe^ lads toitJk B*B«rttoJ&es;M6lnes to join hte fetfte* fa.tM tmtb. trip home'. Bobby slaygi for fcf visit. Mrs Weller? IS tfite-foffher tSSrothy MdClellan. . ' ",:.• • PriscillaHolt OfOffosenTo Wed Aug. Oiiosen '— Mr and Mrs Merle Holt of Ottosen announce .the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Priscllla, to Glenn Jacobsen, son of Mr and Mrs John Jacobsen of Rutland, Saturday evening, Aug. 27, 8 pJrri. at Trinity Lutheran church. infant Has Surgery Paul Donald, eight month-old! son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson returned home Tuesday from Lutheran hospital after having had major surgery. Olson Reunion The Lewis Olson family re-union was held Sunday at Mankato, Minn, with 59 present. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson attendee from here and "were accompanie< by Mr and Mrs Henry Olson of Bradgate. Laurie Torkelson of Bode visited Ruth Usher Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson were Tuesday evening dinner guest's al the Stanley 'Benjamin hpme a1 Bradgate in honor of Mr; arid Mrs Paul Schmidt and family Wednesday ^evening the Otaons were guests,at a farewell for the Paul Schmidt family of Xfoncord, Calif., at the Fred Benjamin home at Bradgate. The Schmidts left for their home .Thursday morning after ; visiting relatives here since June.31. . Cofisffuct Sectidn r issue ?l /OAIUU.UU' OTV, aevnr ; Bends- a» iwtrSwsetr By, Cod* -*• af the. cede", of itffT 1958, fof fKe purpose 6f paylnd. of said IrniiroveriWfih; ahd , , , , WHEREAS, If Is necessary ta levy a fax for the purpose of paylrtt principal and Interest art said Sewer Const Wet fen Bonds; and , , WHEftEAS, notices havs bean published and hearing* have been held At re-> quired by law, on the levy of said, tax and the; Issuance" o'f said Sewer Construe- tl0 NOW, nd fi)EI«FORE, 86 IT OftDAINED, 6Y THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGOI CIT NA, IOWA: J. ;> CORVAIR FINEST OF THE COMPACTS - SEE IT, DRIVE IT NOW AT Southwest of the Courthouse CY 4-3554 Afgona <*f*r**/l/***i**M***^ :r.. .ORDINANCE HO. .41S ORDINANCE 'PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $ 1 75,000.00' SEWER CONSTRUCTION BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COST OF SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, AND LEVYING' A TAX TO PAY SAID BONDS. WHEREAS, the City of Algona, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, Is a City duly incorporated, organized and existing under and by ,virfue of the general laws and Constitution of the State of Iowa, and is not affected by any special legislation; and Section 1. That there be and there Is hereby levied the tSx'on all of tfte faxab» .properffc wlfhlrt the City' of Algona, f«M), to-Wlt: ^ $11000.00 to be levied Irt 1960, for collection In 19«t $20,6-10.00 to be levied In 1961, for collection In 1962 . $20,100.00 to be levied In 1962, for collection Irt f963 $19,590.00 fb be levied In 1063, for collection In 1944 $19,080.00 fo be levied in. 1964, foe collection In 1965 $18,570.00 to ba* levied in 1965, for collection liH T966 $18,060.00 to be levied In 1966, for collection In 1967 $17,550.00 to bilevied In 1967, for collection In 1968 $17,040.00 to be levied In 1968, for collection In 1969 $16,530.00 to be levied In .1969, for collection in 1970 $16,020.00 to be levied In 1970, for collection In 1971 $15,510.00 to ba levied In 1971, for collection In 1972 Section 2. Said tax shall be' collected each year at the same time and In the same manner as, and In, all other faxes in and for Said City, and when collected they shall be converted nto a fund 1 to be knOwn as the "SEWER CONSTRUCTION BOND FUND I960", which Is hereby pledged for and shall be used. only for the payment of - the principal and interest of the bonds hereinafter authorized to-be Issued; and also there shall be apportioned to said fund Its proportion of taxes received by the City from railway, express, telephone and telegraph companies and other taxes assessed by the State Tax Commission of the State of Iowa. Section 3. That Sewer Construction Bonds of said City in the amount of $175,000.00 be Issued in anticipation of the collection of the Sewer Fund Tax levied in Section 1, hereof, pursuant to the provisions of Section 396.22 of the Code of Iowa, 1958; that'said bonds be designated "Sewer Construction Bond"; that they be 175 in number, dated July 1, 1960;bonds numbered 1 to 25, Inclusive, shall bear interest at the rate of 3.60" per annum and bonds numbered 26 175, Inclusive, shall bear interest at the rate of 3.40% per annum, payable November 1, 1960, and semiannually thereafter on the first day of /May and November In each year until maturity; that said bonds be signed by the Mayor and attested by the City Clerk, and the seal of said City attached, and certificate of registration endorsed thereon; that interest on said bonds be evidenced by coupons thereto attached and maturing on the several days when such • interest matures; such interest coupons may be executed with-the original or facsimile signature of the City .Clerk; that principal and interest be payable at the office "of the City Treasurer in the City of Algona, Iowa; that said bonds be numbered from 1 to 175, both numbers inclusive, and be In the denomination of $1,000.00 each. Said bonds shall mature as follows: Bond No. Amount Maturity Date 1 to 10, both incl. $10,000.00 November 1, 1961 11 to 25, both Incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1962 26 to 40, both incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1963 41 to 55, both Incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 196-1 56 to 70, both incl. ' $15,000.00 November ,1, 1965 71 to 85, both incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1966 86 to 100, both incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1967 101 to 115, both incl. 7 $15,000.00 November V, 1968 116 to .130, both incl. ,, 1 $15,000.00 November 1, 1969 31 to 145, both incl. $15,000.00 November I, 1970 46 to 160, both incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1971 61 to 175, both incl. $15,000.00 November 1, 1972 Section 4. Bonds numbered 1 to 175. Joth numbers inclusive, shall be in form uostantially as follows: (FORM OF BOND) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IOWA COUNTY OF KOSSUTH % to There's always something in it for you! The package you see being .unloaded from the railroad car in the picture may not actually be headed for your home. But there is something in it for you everytime the Milwaukee Road brings goods or products into your community—or carries the products of your community to r market. By this swift and efficient interchange of com- modifies your life is made better and more comfortable, your job more secure and your community more pros* perous. The Milwaukee Road has also helped hundreds of communities bring in new industries. This means more jobs, more people, more demand, for consumer goods, more small businesses to satisfy those demands. And through the taxes it pays, the railroad also helps you; maintain and improve schools and support such public —vices as police, fire and health protection, A "creative" approach to transportation—a constant •earcb to do better what the railroads do best- means more for you from the Milwaukee Road. New types of freight cars, new piggybacking facilities, a new triiVjfti"iflifW"^h* A P plaid are ex* emples of thin resouicefulxiesa. roHrogd 3.94 ' -SlWIrl&STl^teNlS'Sv Ma; ..„-,-:, ' v'' • > • • '': \ Si.fMdu 1 • ,TFls Clfjr*; 6*' ArJIoHaV >fc%r,,: foT , VaW§ received promises ta pay,,to bSiiref ONE THOUSAND, DOLLARS., FaVuf rfldrWyV.of th*; United Sfafes ef^Ametlta, M ,t»e tst day of- November", I9*_- .*, with'- interest. Off said suw frofrt the flats hereof Until paid at the rate-ef ^aki^per-aiwum,' payable Oft-Nbverribef 1, 1960,,afta serril-;' annually thereafter on the 'first day, of May and November m each year, bn,pre- sentation and surrender of the Interest efiupbm' hereto attached; both principal and Interest'payable at the off tea of, (he; City Treasurer or the City 6f AlgbrTa, Iowa. ' ' , This bond Is Issued by the City of Af- sona, Iowa, pursuant to the prbvlslqm of Section..396.22 df Chapter 396; Code' of I6wa, I958f,fer. the puflNe SKpaylnc the essKof construction-of sanl&tylSeVeY lines within said,City, Irt conformity ts; an, ordinance of fta Clfy Courtcil of safcT Crfy duly passed. '- •• -,' ..And if is HSriiby repf'ejejitod'aMd " J "' f If led, that all .things nSgufsite deed'..,, m the laws and .constitution-oMhf sti of low* to be done pnMStWWf to the Jaw* fol Issue of this" bond have be*ri- performed as required by law, and that the total, Indebtedness Of said City; Including thli bbnd, does not ex«6d the constitutional tfr Statutory, limitations. ,. , • IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, said 'City by Its Council has caused this bond to be signed by-ifs Mayor and attested by . ... .. — -,.y OT /MHOna,* iowa,t will, pay ,t& bearer $»*,>...<.w. on frW 1st day or «..^*^.*.—A, , 19j..--," « HI* office in th« Cffy of Algortfl, JoWji, foY .«*....**Mfe.<* rttdrttnV Interest Ort , Its Sewer Construction Bond, dated July 1, J960, N*. -—-'-". ' City Clerk bf.Alflona, Ibwa Arid on tfw.back of e«h bond thete shall be endorsed a certificate df tha City Treasurer In the followinfl fofrrt: . VfFORM OF CITY TREASURER'S »i-l ' CERTIFICATE) >' Tfi6' htfue of this bortd has been duly and properly registered in my office as 6f tft*'Ut day of July, 1960. City Treasured of Algona, lowia Seetlorl 5. Th*t pfinelpal and Interest comlnO, due at any tlmo when the proceed! ,of said tax on hand shall be in' sufficient to pay the same, shall be promptly paid when due from current* furtds erf said City available for that pur- bose artd reimbursement shall be made from siith special fund In the amounts thus advanced. Section 6. That this Ordinance con-, stitutes a contract between said City and tor' 6f ,K<ft»UW • CSumy 1 , 'WWa-j • ana- tnat said AUcHttr b« and he is RSfeby !«{$«*' ed In and for each of the years 1960 fo 197 ,, wSn, y*** Vyivff.ifo' Jeyy" j m &tos> ! m , fa* nefe-bV.ftrttWrlfta • In • See- tmd,\6f thl^Ofdlnante, iri.lil«,m«nneir al efKer taxes are levied! antf. aSse*|*«T, an'd thaf Such, f<s*es so-levred lrr.»n«TMf eath 6f the'ye«rs afoTSsald ba eollftcted Ir* like manner as otHer taxes bf said City afo coMeited, arid when collected be Used far the purpose bf • paylnd pHrteipal ;-arid interest on said bonds Issued In anticipation ef said'tatt,,and'for no -other purpose wHatso*vef. , , ' ( ' Section 8. That all ordinances and res- olutlons and part*" of ordinances and res^ elutlbfis I In conflict herewith are hereby AND APPROVED'this'ifth day of July, W W nC. Shlerk : : v . Mayor AtTHsf: /S/ Davtd A. Smith _ • Published Irt the Atgona ' tfossuth County Advance, Algorta, Iowa, July 28, 1960. ' , • FORMAL ' OPENING UNDER, NEW MANAGEMENT MONDAY, AUG. 8-11 a. • ALGONA MAIDRITE CAFE East of the Courthouse Square Free Pizza - - Free Snack-Size Pizza Opening Day! to First 12d Customers We Will Specialize In: Home-Baked Pizza • / Home Cooked Food Home-Baked Pastries • Delicious Maidrites ENJOY FOODKEEPING WITHOUT FROST. .. AND FEELlllfE A QUEENJ 4.29 cu, ft. Freezer Section 8*91 cu. ft. Refrigerator Section Fresh Foods without Frost Frozen Foods without Fiosl Without any «st to r or user, at any within one year RefrigefO' 0 '* Fr'e'e'xer to prevent «• cumulation of frost. FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF -w. k 13.2'CU.FT.IMPIRIAl MpDIL WITH OIANT BOTTOM FREEZER Why settle for qutpmatk Hi Rf'S CONVfN/fiVCF, defrosting? Here's'no frpst " ' dt all! It's a fact, Frigidaire stepi beyond automgtlc defrosting b> stopping frojt before it cgn form I So there's no frost, ever.,, no defrosting, either, And this is the to 7 doy» § New M9»i*»ic Dpors soul a!r->I0h» all around TOO ,.. with new "Seylpiur«d Sheer look" • Big ISO II). Froit-Proof Freejef f 2 big Roll-Tp-You freezer t Flip-Quick l« E[e<;tQr sfiviks Instant Server • New whisper-quiet RQll-To-Ysu shelves , , Ideal mode) for the grpwing family. Big in. every way ,», yet priced so you can afford it. *tore* 89 <ube« fit „ * BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "Algena'* Appliance HK.OIDAIRE Ap_VANCEp AHHUANCES. .. DESIGNED-WITH YOU I N^VUNDi

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