The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 9
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i Wet Lindft fifistow Sept, 17, Election of officers .was held. President, .Betty" Wiekwire;. vice president, Linda , Bristow; sec* " ""vr u ",'""-•"" ••-" "«» treas.; Ellen Siernef; historian, at the home of Bonnie and j a ne Raney; reporter, Lorraine Ait LJ on 4*H Officers tm,irtrtt rt « id i. dls THERE'S A IN'YOUR ATTIC ROBBING YoTJ OF FUEL.DOLLARS! \ff poured or blown Imulofion hoi Milled, ihnmk or tort efficiency to IF baits or blankets show ration or damage by rodents, non» hire, decay Sflrnilton! photographer, Bonnie 3<istow; music chairman, Anne fentpn; recreation chairman, Vic* forte' SpemSf; librarian, Elaine Pooch. .A talk, was given by Jane Raney and slides were" shown of the cliib at camp. Five pros-- [tective members, were present, Elaine and Clara Mae Schnakenberg, Linda Ruhnke, Judy Ferstl, Eileen Pentbn. Pour Zonolite Over Old, Worn Out Insulation [It's amazingly easy! Just pour' ;Zonolite between joists as pictured, level it and leave it Do it yourself in an afternoon or ( less and you'll never need to | 'do it again. Zonolite Insulating Fill is rotproof, verminproof /and fireproof.'..won't ever! Uhrink, settle or deteriorate..; [full insulating efficiency guar-, anteed for the life of your home, You not only cut heating costs up to 20%, 30% or moreJ but your home was never be-j • fore so snug and cozy. $o why, not Zonolite your attic right now and get all the comfort you. 'pay for next winter? . , Gef a free estimate newt ZONOLITE IS EASIEST OF ALL TO INSTALL! BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY So. Phillips St., Afgona CY 4-2619 groofn was graduated from Burt Community School .and is eft* gaged in farming. After a wedding trip to the Oiarks the couple will bts at home ori a farm south* west of Burt. (Glenn's Studio ,Photo-UDM Engraving). Barb Dremmel Of Burt Is Wed Sept. 3 At a wedding performed Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. in First Presbyterian church, Burt, Barbara Dremmel, daughter of Mr and "Mrs Ray C. Dremmel, Burt, became the bride of Duarte C. Dittmer, son of Mr and Mrs'A. J, Dittmer,jBurt. Rev. H. A. Smidt officiated at, i the double ring ceremony Jeanette Bjtistrom was organist. Marsha Dremmel was maid of honor, bridesmaids, Mrs Bert Baldwin, Jr. rend * Mrs Leonard Stenzel and flower girl was Dawn Stenzel.' EdClaire Meyer Served the groom as best man, groomsmen were James Lindhorst and Harold Bjustrom and ushers . were Donald Dremmel and John Dittmer. The bride wore a floor-length gown fashioned of filmy nylon tulle combined with Chantilly lace over net over taffeta. The fitted bodice was styled with lace yoke' and pleated tulle insets, sequin embroidered neckline and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrist. The full bouffont apron effect tulle overskirt bordered with wide lace and back of skirt' featured rows of ruffled tulle. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion fell from a Swedish crown styled of lace with pearl and "sequin accents.. She carried white roses on a white bible and her jewelry were small pearl earrings. ' , The reception was held immediately after the ceremony at the American Legion hall for 175 guests. Margaret t Dittmer had charge of the guest book, Mrs Dennis Wubben and Sharon Miller cut the cake,' Mrs E. Meyer poured coffee and Barbara Parsons served the punch. The gifts were taken care of by Jo Ann Dittmer, Mrs Harold Bjustrom and Mrs James Lindhorst. Waitresses were Mrs John Thompson, Mrs Richard Sloan, Mrs Roger Boyken and Judy Hinckley. The bride is,a graduate oiE'Burt Community School-, 'attended Personal Trainjng college at Omaha and is employed as stenographer for Kossuth county dept. of social welfare. The Here's where you get ' COOLING SYSTEM REFILLS AT NO EXTRA COST' STANDARD Injured Lone Rock Youth Out Of Hospital Lone'Rock — James Pettit, son, of Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit returned home Saturday, September 17th. after t spending a few weeks as a patient in the hospital in ;Mason City'after an accident near Forest City recently. James suffered a broken arm which required a steel plate to set it. He had several teeth removed, which were broken off from the accident. Mr and Mrs Jessee'Harms and family*of'Burt,. and Mr and Mrs W. L. Champion ^Jr. and' family of Savannah, Illinois, were recent dinner guests in the William Champion Sr. home. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow have returned from a Weeks fishing trip to International Falls near the Canadian line. Mr and Mrs Dean Jorgenson, Douglas and Barbara of Algbna, Mrs Jim Klaas and daughter, Bonnie of Marshalltown, Bobby and Linda Ackerman of Burt and Mr and Mrs Roger, Jensen and family were recent guests in the Frank Flaig home. . Mrs Andrew Thompson visited in the Kenneth Thompson home near Creston recently.- Dinner • guests in the Maurice Weisbrod - home were Mr -and Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona, William Rath of LuVerne and-Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and boys of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs, Joe Kemna of Bancroft were recent Sunday afternoon callers v in the Howard Bierstedt horrie. Mr and Mrs Merlyn- Bahmkn and family of LuVerne were Sunday evening visitors in the Howard Bierstedt home. Margaret Bierstedt entertained Marilyn Alt and Linda ,Lockwood at an afternoon at skating. Margaret celebrated her 13th birthday. Mr and, Mrs Don Arns and children of Hay warden .visited recently in the B. A. Lee home. Mrs Everett Hanna attended a coffee party in the home of Mrs Chester Schoby in Algona on Thursday morning. Mr-and Mrs A. A- Krueger of Xone' : 'Rock, and Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and Brian near Good Hope were Sunday dinner guests in the Arnold Meyer home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna, Luella Schenck and the Ray McWhorters of Burt attended the plowing match Friday at Guthrie Center. - Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren attended the Izaak Walton'Lea- gue Convention at Sioux City. While in the vicinity they visited the J. Muhnosen's at South Sioux City, Nebraska.- Mr and Mrs William L. Champion Jr. of Savannah, Illinois were Saturday eyeiimg guests in the William Champion Sr. home. Belinda, daughter of the William Champions Jr. will be staying in the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms of Burt for the next two weeks. 17.30 47.57 16.11 tion of vacated Aeklay Street. Resot. approving Quit Claim Deed to Mr. HuenhOld was adopted, Agreed to seal the ice skating rink. GENERAL GOVERNMENT Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, Salary $ 112.50 David A. Smith, Salary , . 201.95 Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, Court Costs for August .» .... . 188.00 Iowa State Bank, W'Holding Tax -i ---i Advance Publishing Co., Legal Pub. & Office Supplies _-— Hutzell's, Office Supplies .... Masdrt City Blueprint Service, Office Supplies . 4.78 STREET " ( Jess E. Lashbrook, Salary-—._. 156.95 Albert F. Pergande, Salary .. 159.18 Glenn F. Burtis, Salary 138.80 Raymond W. Metzeri, Jr., Salary 120.67 Donald T. Prew, Salary U6.58 Oscar J. Myers, Salary 111.19 David D. Schneider, Salary 95.20 . Dale R. Baxter, Salary 101.70 Barclay Co., Refill - Acetylene Cylinder .... Iowa State Bank, W'Holdlno, Tax ... . Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Hire Air Comp., Supplies Buscher Bros., Tractor Parts . Diamond's, Raincoats ,— .. Fort Dodge Industrial Towel Service, Towel Service :..-..-. Phillips Petroleum Co., Grease - Cities Service Oil Co., Gasoline . % 97.43 7.08 96.90 19.23 96.93 2.35 9.98 3.25 13.13 18.31 86.70 399.00 119.80 Greenberg Auto Supply, Automotive Parts L * —,— Hilton's Super Service, Mdse. & Repairs .-.—I- Welp & McCnrten, Inc., Rock Chips J Asphalt Products Co., Pre-mlx _ PUBLIC SAFETY Albert Boekelman, Salary .— Ernest W. Hutchison, Salary Peter C. Jorgenson, Salary — Kenneth J. McBride, Salary ... William C. Schwarzenbach, Sal- • ary '... Eppo Bulten, Salary 164.81 James A. Voigt, Salary ra Kohl, Salary i-. owa State Bank, W'Holdlng Tax ., T 'rust & Agency Fund, Pension Deductions _. . City Clerk, Advanced Cash — ack 0. K. Tire Service, Recaps & Balance Kautzky Sporting Goods, Inc., Gun Repair 'erclval Motors. Service & Wash Police Car j Hilton's Super Service, Gasoline & Truck Wash SANITATION Gjcllefeld Associates, .Inc., 1960 San. Sewer Est. No. 3 43,233.48 Jotsford Lumber Co., Merchandise . tager D. Hanson, Engineering Services L-J Wallace & Holland, Engineering Services .'---— • North Central Public Service Co., Natural Gas leady-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Lockset for Door Street Fund, Reimburse Labor — RECREATION reenberg Auto Supply, Supplies Hutzell's, Markers North Iowa Directory Service, Ribbons & Printing O'Brien Trucking" Service, Haul . Trash „.. Suds-Yer-Duds, Laundry Service - SEWER RENTAL Robert C. Lemkee, Salary : reri G. Gronbach, Salary owa State Bank, W'Holdlng Tax Iowa State Savings Bank, In- 14 From Area Enrolled At M-City Jr. College Students from this area now enrolled at Mason City Junior College are as follows: Algona — Mary Arndorfer, Richard Barry, Gerald Downey, Bonnie Elliott, Madonna Erpelding, Tom Potter and Robert Slobe. Burt — June ana Nancy Garman and Mary Hoover. Wesley — Andrew Huff, James Aaney, Michael Tegtmeyer and Dennis Wermerson. tertst .. . Iowa State Bank, Bonds and Interest , Iowa State Bank, Interest Michel Sales Co., Supplies Pratt E'ectrlc Construction Co., Check Motor - — Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., Merchandise v Western Auto Associate Store, Auto Paris —A ..„ >. PARRlKKT METER Richard H. Groen, Salary Nancv Sands, Salary Iowa State Bank, W'Holdlng Tax * --. Trust & Agency Fund, Pension Deduction — City Clerk. Advanced Cash .- percival Motors, Motorcycle Service * . Pratt Electric Constr. Co., Traffic Light Repairs .-i.. TRUST & AGENCY Viola Meland for Dennis Counley, 1U.50 Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1960 Alaona (la.) Upper De* Mo!nes-3 9,569.25 123.75 27.24 2,50 1.30 3.53 189.43 89.68 31.30 2.08 8.00 1.60 96.00 Fri., • Sept. 30 No.'l Western Dance Band Leo Greco And The Pioneers Policemen's Pension 20.00 Bertha M. EgM, Policemen's Pension -.- 75.00 Viola Meland for Linda Counle/, Policomcn's Pension 20.00 Published in the Algona Kowuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22, I960. They're Coming In October! THE NEW 1961 We Can Save You MONEY Dim PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 Guy DeLeo SUNDAY, OCT. 2 Clem Brau SUNDAY, OCt. 9 Don Hoy ' Andy Doll No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 No risk of loss—our guarantee i$ean| refills of ATLAS PERMA-GUAKD Anti-Free'ze, if needed, at no extra cost! Full Winter protection—guarantee good from noW'tUl next April, at any Standard Dealers! You choose the protection you need, even down to 49 below zero! Professional service—complete pr»-\Vint«r checfc and ser, vicing of cooling system, hoses, fitting*,,, drain of radi. a tor and block! oil. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phone GY 4*3372 State & Jonet Union Boys 4-H Union Boys 4-H club met Sept. 14 at the community center, election of new officers was held. lans for an ice cream social were completed and Tim Vipond and Doug Jergenson were named as the committee in charge to alan the event. Sat., - Oct. 1 Henry Charles And His Orch. National Dance Week Oct. 8 thru 15 -, CADILLAC PONTIAC • BUICK • LARK at SCHULTZ BROS. IN ALGONA -ON YOUR- Tractor Tires WE DO NOT STOCK TRACTOR TIRES - BUT WE CAN SPECIAL ORDER THEM-AND SAVE YOU MANY DOLLARS... CHECK AROUND TOWN - GET THE BEST DEAL-THEN... Come to SCHULTZ BROS. And Lei Us Show You The Dollars We Can Save You on Remington Tractor Tires! SCHULTZ BROS. PHONE CY 4-4655 'EAST OF FAIRGROUNDS BETTER PRINTING for lesi — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTE} Special meeting was called by the Mayor Sept. 2, 1960 at 5-00 P.M. with all members present. Wm. J. Finn was duly elected by the Council to fill the vacancy of E. H. Furst. It was moved and seconded that the City Clerk be granted an increase In salary while carrying out the duties of the Supt. of Public Impvt. COUNCIL MINUTES Regular meeting of the City Council was held Sept. 14, 1960 at the City Hall Appointment of Finn to different committees was approved. Waived the reading of the minutes. Repair 1954 panel truck at George's Body Shop. _, x Rules £ Order of Business was adopted. Refund of a sanitary sewer assessment was approved. Authorize to advertise for sale 9 por DO NOT FORGET — Your Self! Your Family Don't Wait Any Longer . . ... Come In For A Demonstration Of The JUNGERS OIL STOVE I TUBULAR FLUE CONSTRUCTION Only Jungers healers have this feature. The multiple flues increase heat liberating metal to nearly four times the amount found in ordinary heaters. Only Jungers can use Tubular flue construction because there never is any soot accumulation restricting the flow of heat through the flues. BLUEFIRE BURNERS Burn like gas — No Smoke, No Soot, No Odor — absolutely clean at all times. .Operate on 25% to 40% less fuel. Jungers burners compled with Jungers Flue construction,give efficient heating. SINGLE WALL CONSTRUCTION Only single wall Construction allows an unrestricted flow of radiant heat which is so desirable and comforting. This makes Jungers a truly "Dual Action" heater. JUNGERS SEE IT NOW! CULLEN HARPWARE y fttr gf r ig 1fffiyi! -^ *'T r * -T''^'^?'^t?•*"* CY 4-4630 Heavy And Shelf Hardware ALGONA, IOWA .1-4 •_•).-:/:• It' J

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