The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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, I960 At GOP Meet the, national Republican conven tibn in; Chicago last week. fr6ni ( th^ Sixth- Congi-wisrottnl district. ', Cotton, served a^ a delegate at'the nati6rial OOP convention, and'was fe-elected chairman ol August 9, I960 IT'S NOT TOO LATE. s IS '*> t;ff , .-• "v> i • the Sixth District Republicans at 'the; state Republican cohyention in Des Moines: The Sixth District Is composed of.i5 Iowa counties. •' . £ettit, operator'of the Plantation ballroom, 'served as a delegate'-to the state Republican convention with Cotton. Council Passes New Ordinance On Sewer Bonds Algeria's city council received nb written or oral objections to : ordinance number, 415 during an open hearing at its regular meeting ^ednesday night, July 27, and Titonka Church Dedicated Sunday the new measure, was read and passed Without opposition. Basically,''the new ordinance provides 'a' taxation scfiedule by which $175,006 Worth', of seweil construction 'bonds, sold recent' ly to a Des.Moines organisation will be paid ; off by -local; proper ty owners. ' .;•-. • •The sower prdject^is.nOW bein completed in T the, northe'ast are of; town 'and will dost- a total 'x> $211,755, including interest, on the bonds. First- .payment, fo $10,000. will be . made't'Nov. ,1 To Get Away From Summer's • Heat . . Have A GAS Air Con- • • dftioner Installed Now ! • J There are still plenty of hot, humid days • J Jeft when you will feel as if flames cover your m m Body. A GAS air conditioner will remedy that * '• situation the moment you turn it on. • 5 See us now for all the facts on the latest " • in GAS air conditioning equipment for home and • • commercial use. • • • • • NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Your GAS Cohipany". ' Al g ona'S G«t, your" free copy off the article from CAR LIFI Magazine . .". at your. OLDS Dealer's now I'" ' ,| 1961, followed by payments o 1 $15,000 each Nov. 1 thereafte through 19?2. ; Percentage-wise, the tax ~ Will be carried by taxpayers in the amount necessary for retire ment of required bonds each year. , John Woods and Mel Bay ap peared before the council and talked about civil defense and an offer of $110 was received from Alwin Huenhold for a vjicatec alley south of Algo'na Greenhouses. The property will now be advertised and , offered for sale. ledyard Girl, Honored With Recent Shower Ledyard — Monday evening, a [jmiscellaneous shower was held jat.the Evangelical and Reformed 'Church honoring Ruth Wallen;tine, who will be married to Don ;Fennema later in August. I Ru'th Ploeger was in charge'of the program. Glimpses into jRuth's life and romance were given by various readings. Duet •Ann Wallentine and Jane Egesdal, accompanied .by Carolyn jGpetz; reading, Mrs Wilma Mac,'Kinnon; solo, Martha Elaine ^Wallentine, accompanied by her isister, Phyllis; reading, Mrs Mor- !ris Keil. . , . .; Phyllis Wallentine had charge tof the guest book. Ruth was assisted in opening her gifts by Sandra Fennema, Ann Wallentine, Martha Elaine, Phyllis, Ruth Ploeger. The following girls helped in passing the gifts, Joann and , Joette Junkermeier, Sherry Klinksiek, Faye Kramersmeler and Deanna Brandt. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Brown v Reunion On last Sunday July. 24th the following attended the annua Brown reunion at Fox Lake: Mr and Mrs Chris Gelhaus,, and Dean, Carl Gelhaus, Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnson. Mr and Mrs Roger Goetz and tamily, all of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Herbert Beenken and boys of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Art Wiftjes and daughters of Lakota, Family Reunion Sunday, the annual Wentworth •eunion was held at Blue Earth. There were 95 in attendance. Mr nd Mrs Ray Wentworth of Buf- 'alo Center, Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth and family and Mr nd Mrs Delbert Wentworth and family of Ledyard, the Donald Wentworth family, Ringstcd and the Elvin Richardsons of Swea City attended from this area.' Growth Of Good ( Hope Lutheran Increases Need Birthdays Observed A family gathering, was held at the John Walterman home Sunday evening in honor of Mr Walterman's birthday. Mr and Mrs .Ted Green and family, Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and family, Mrs Lottie Green and Ellwood, Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and family went to Okoboji Sunday for a picnic in observance of Ted Green's birthday. DAU',S GARAGED 125 So. Dodge, Algpna,, Iowa, UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Slake -Sfi *(>— T'^vy: ( 1 s ' ; , 5:.,,, ^""***^"" n *e? : . , ; fj^p^^t'^'" 1 ''""""^'''""*'^^"^'''' 1 *'^'^ ' "''' J flHSf''«>pM<i ••''• '"'-" '"•-*''- " ' * ••"• * 1 i i ' • . .• i 'Homes |At. . ' ! , :• . ' • ' $ •'•f 4 .'. y '+ , ;' i ; } ... i ! ; i 'i 1 , ; ., , •,. '. '\ f I '• • '- \ ; • •' / '' T -'. ; "' .,' ) : • ., • ' ': ' > 1' .• '•Vy^SNE ' • , f i,( . ] : ^ .' WESLEY "t •' f '•-'•/'( ' • \ • ^ •} i ' ' ' • ' ; ' • bf!!ik.t^ii \r*\f • '' ' f i' * t ' . . , ' ' , R Wf!< r. : ;, >i } ] :.', . • '• TITONKA 'V '..'.-! ''' ' \ ' • t • • : '• '' - * ", ''t ' 1 ' 1 V 1 : , - ' ' -*' \ ' '- •: ' i >H : V AMBULANCE SERVER .**'-*•' .' • '.''•'• •_f -. • ^-' .'• .__-. , f -•''...' ; ]•; PW^n Equipped -;-: Radio Controlled • il*-;"v= : »-' :;^' ; ••• }'""".• " ' ' •..'...'.• l '• s '• ".•:.' • ' * • • i ' • i *• •• '_ • -• . •' 1': -'' • • : •:" • ; ' :> ; i-" • <" •'''•' • [.:,' '. ,. ; ',; ' " - • • ; ; ' , t i &P-~ '''•' wwE-';a?!^i»*' (. ,; * i • ' J^i : ' . ( ^ •' t Tiionka — Dedication of tlv new Good Hope Lutheran church of Titonka and an observance ot the 60th anniversary of the parish was held Sunday. Featured speakers included Dr. H. W. Siefkes, Waterloo, district president Rev. Alfred Mardorf, Mnnson former pastor of the church, and Rev. John Ponnkuk, Garnavillo ministerial son of the congregation. The church was organized Jan. 4, 1900 when six Lutheran families, met in the newly-erected aepot at Titonka for that purpose. They adopted the Good Hope Lutheran name and Jan. 30 the same year voted to build a white frame church, 24x36 feet. Total cost of mat first church was $2,176. Dedication ceremonies were held Aug. 3, 1900; and at that time a $800 debt remained. The 1 church served the Good Hope congregation until 1928 when 'a new brick church was constructed. :. Build Second Church The second church was 36x83 feet and cost $17,000. It was dedicated Dec. 9, 1928 and servecl the parish for 32 years. The Sunday School staff in- idicated a need for more room in 1952, due to increased attendance, and before long the need for mpr^ worship space also was noted. '••••• The building fund of the congregation ,grew, sp that May 24, 1959 ground was broken' for a structure which was to be connected to the church then in use. The older portion of the church was to be converted into an educational unit. Building Committee , „ Members of the oullding com of 140 families as members at the present time. Pastors who have served the church since 1900 include Rev. H. G. Koenig, 1900; Rev. Ernost Lack, 1901-1909; Rev. Peter Mueller, 1909-1924; Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, 1924-1937; ttev. Martin Schulz, 1938-1942; Rev. Alfred Mnrdorf, 1942-1951; and the present pastor, Rev. B. H. Schwerin, has served since Mar. 27, 1952. ken, Sylvan Hanna, .' William Nothwehr Herbert Rakdw, Arthur Rike, Arthur Rode, Telko Sleeker and' Harm Wibb'en... These men served at various times during the building program. , The new building . measures 114x40 outside and has total seating for 469 peroons. 'The social hall.will seat 300 at table's and includes' a Modern kitchen. The bell for the church, purchased Au& 1, 1900,-is Installed in the new belfry under the cross, 65 feet above the ground. The congregation lists a total Off psen Church Names Delegate To Convention * •. Oiiosen — American Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs Loren Daniel and Mrs Earl Olson as hostesses. Devotions were given by Rev. Harold Mountain. Mrs Percy Watnem was chosen delegate, to the dis- .rict ' constituting ,ccnvention at Waverly Aug. 27. Mrs Oscar Oppedahl 'is alternate Mrs Harold Mountain read tho •adio program that had been pre- ented most recently. It<wa$ on Psalm 23. ( ' / ., A ->skit, 'Our Challenge" . was given by Mrs Roy Enocksorf,\Mri Richard Kinseth, Mrs Merle, Holt and Mrs Bertha Jacouson., Group I will have a coffee at the Joe Traub home .in West Bend Aug. '12 from 2 until 4:30 p.m. A free will offering will be received. Everyone is welcome to attend. Has Appendectomy Roger Madsen .had an, emergency appendectomy Wednesday night at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family left Friday morning to visit' l)is brother, the Lester Schultz family at Norfolk, Virginia, for about 10 days. Harold Qerry of Orlando, Fla. who has_,been visiting? at thq „ n ""- 1J Usher: Mine, returned to grandparents. . Mrs W. E.; Hundertrhark ; began work Saturday at-Mercy hospital, Fort.'Dodge, as a practical nurse. Detasseling is; in full 'Swing. Mrs Conrad Johnson is foreman of the girls crew and Paul Kampen is foreman of the boys ;crew. INJURY W. L, "Mike'- Anderman of Arlington received severe leg acerations recently while spray- ng weeds. His leg was caught n the power take-off of the machine he was, operating. FOR EXTRA PROFITS! UPDATE YOUR GRAIN BINS IT COSTS ONLY A LITTLE MORE TO STORE AND DRY! This little farmer will inherit 49 empty 'tummies! Grandpa fed 10 people, Dad produces for 25, But our' Skyrocketing population will force batiy BiU to provide' :53,655 meals yearly for 49 people. And he'll do it with the help of modern science, fo rroey, 9wt push-button electrical power,' ' * 4 "iHf-V» ' .( ' Today, nearly 1,000 non-profit Rural Etectrfo $y^ perns-owned and operated by local people pd financed by REA loan»^ar* bringing better health «nd «touch' -of city living to people in rural 8reas,,These same Rural line* to help m and >y And they have plans to install bigger transform, and string heavier fines to iUlfctaw rural is homo by Ihe people who use h, w principal and interest on added proof these REA HUMBOIDT COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Humboldt, Iowa Phone 99 An In-storage drying system . costs little more than storage alone, yet it lets you earn extra profits from each harvest And, if you've already got standard storage bin*, you*r* only a step away. Simply add this low-cost Butler package: perforated floor, Force-Air fan, heater (when necessary) and the new optional Butler Automatic Bin Unloadec. You'll get the benefits of early harvest, save cosdf commercial drying charge*, avoid crop loaaoa, cot handling time, and katd for higher prices. Give ne a caBflc stop by soon. WeTJ be happy to inspect your present storage facilities- atnoofafigarloa. ENROLL NOW YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY 310 W. 41h — Waterloo " • New Classes now Forming • Stale Approved Accredited School • Newest and Finest Equipment • _Mrs. D. A, Young. Director of Teaching Staff (High School Seniors — Enroll Now) NOTICE PETER C. REDING As An Authorized Dealer In The Bode Territory For DBMU sra con t DOALB aax fccd*tfcr iff (i My Mp ye* select •Ml tkrt proper ^10 , nod tot aopiNukad witk Mm _ tet kin MM ne*«t yarietie. (rf DeKaJb Seed Com CKMKM tf DdEal) Our far your JOE BRADLEY Algeria, Iqwa Phone CY 4*2421 t. II

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