The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 6, 1960
Page 14
Start Free Trial

where she will visit her mother ;ind brother until after Christ- W.S.C.S. Unils Meet The Woman'.-' Snarly of Chris- ti;m S>T\ ;i i' i rocei'.ily with I ;i! ;!li: chllieii Mrs E'v« r.' t t Thomp.uiii ;i!id Mrs L.iurcn Tl)ot;ij.iyun as hu.-'ti'SSi-'. Mis K. A. CurprnUr v.vs m ehm: 1 ,'- n.f the program, on tlie th'-mr, "into Ail the Vx'.iMd T»L.( tlict." ... Di votions V. re !•.•(! liy Mr-' F,<1- i'cl L(»>ft who rend the ser'ip- nd Ird in prayer. The {*ronp §-*Algdn<i (lo.) Upper DM Molne* 0961 '9 '* 3 d Ledyard Group Xmas Parfy Planned Dec. II! Ledyard — The Rosnry Society mot recently at the parish hall. Mrs A. C. Sthissel piesented a program based on "Fruits of Gratitude on Thanksgiving Table." Father Montag gave a report on the D.C.C.W. meeting at Fort Dodge. Mrs A. C. Schissel also pave a report. Mrs Vernon Ha at: was named reporter lor ne:-:t year. The . Rosary Society nnd Knights of Columbus a:r> (irr-inr a Christmas party on Dec. l«th. At the next meeting evfi-yone is to bring a cash donation which will be sent to St. Monica's Home in-Sioux City. A group of freshmen from Lakola sang two songs. A delicious lunch was served by the following hostesses; Mrs J. F. Sullivan. Mrs Albert Weaver, Mrs Donald Kollasch. Mrs Robert Kollasch, Mrs Frank Neuman, Mrs LeRoy Nauman. Visitors From California Willis Dyer and Alex Kaye who are partners in a motel business at Pismo Beach. California, came recently to visit at the home of Willis 1 mother Mrs Eunice Dyer and his brother Howard. On Tuesday they and Mrs Dyer went to St. Paul where they visited Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer and family. They left on Thursday for Chicago to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Glen Dyer and family. Their sister Irene Dyer of Miami. Florida, was also a visitor there and on Monday she came to Ledyard s.'itig "Faith of our Fathers'" Solo —"There's A voiee Crying in the Wilderness" by Mrs Glen Biin I m\v. A panc'l discussion was ' .uiven with Mrs K. A. Carpenter I as Moderator, and Mr and Mrs i Mary Bashara. Mrs Ha/el Carp! i-ntiT. Mrs Zilphy Hardt and Mrs j O til I'nu'.e! as panel members. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses at. tables decorated for ThanksKivinf.;. The Circle meelini'.s will be held on Tuesday. Nov. 2!)th because of the re- i;iilar dale falling on Thanks- ijivmj! with the Hslher Circle at Mrs Cecil 1'inpel's and the Mary circle at Mrs Fred Duttons. Mrs Martha Sehroeder, Mrs Lena Warner and Mrs Agnea Mayer attended the meeting of the Kossuth County school Foods Service Association, at the Lakota school. Mr and Mrs Larry Meyer of Wellsburg came Saturday to visit at the home of Mrs Martha Sehroeder ajid Barbara. On Sun<l:i\ they and Mr and Mrs Wayne Cade and children of Whittemore were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ronald Sehroeder and children at Gerled. The dinner was in observance of Mrs Martha Schroeder's birthdav. Mrs George Thompson, Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Ed Genrich, California, and Millie Genrich, Algona, were recent guests of Mary Genrich at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Delton Poppe and family, of .Elmore, Dennis Poppe of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Junior I'oppe of Lnkota, and Mr and Mrs Henry Blome of Klmore were recent Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Regina Poppe and h( Iped her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Aubrey Water- lunise and Diane went to Waterloo where they met their son iJc.uglas who was home on a few Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES «.-.i T ty Cml "e" met Nov. 30. IflOO with James Whlttomore. Mayor Pro arm and all council members present Permission was granted to the St'. Thomas Episcopal Church to erect a sien at the comer of Jones and Call Street. Beer permits granted to the Johnson House. Smoke Shop, Moose Lodge, American Legion. Cigarette permit granted to the Humble Service Station. City Clerk authorized to send out bid sheets to supply the city with gas and dlescl fuel for the year 19GI Resol. approving 1900 '.sewer protect was adopted. Resol. accepting easement for sanitary sewer was adopted. Authorized City Attorney and City Clprk to attend tax sale. Authorized city clerk to contact property owners about the condition of their buildings at the corner of State and Minn, and Diagonal and Elm. GENERAL Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, salary .. 112.50 David A. Smith, salary 210.16 Towa Slate Bank. w'holding tax 17.30 Arwell, Inc.. rat control 15.00 Herbst Insurance Agency, employees bond 218.40 Koch Brothers, office supplies „ 18.69 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone service 19.90 North Iowa Directory Service, vouchers 11.75 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., office supplies 22.59 STREET Jess E. Lashbrook, salary —.._ 163.7G Albert F. Pergande, salary 164.43 Glenn F. Burtis, salary „ 134.75 Raymond W. Metzen, Jr., salary 120.07 Donald T. Prew, salary 149.27 Oscar J. Myers, salary 118.26 David D. Schneider, salary 140.50 Iowa State Bank. w'hldg. tax 104.20 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone service 12.00 W. C. Brown Supply Co., merchandise iQ.OO Buscher Brothers, merchandise 36.67 Cities Service Oil Co., • • gasoline & fuel oil 244.15 National Chemsearch Corp., merchandise .29.Jo Norton Machine Works, repairs . 12.7.J Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co.. air compressor hire 12.00 Skelly Oil Company", • anti-freeze &. oil 147.60 PUBLIC SAFETY Albert Boekelrnan, salary 245.02 Ernest W. Hutchison, salary 210.03 Peter C. Jorgenson, salary 218.69 Kenneth J. McBride, salary 190.99 William C. Schwarzenbach, salary 202.oJ Eppo Bulten, salary - 188.77 James A. Voigt, salary — 185.99 Ira Kohl, salary .20.00 Ralph Eibert, salary 15.00 Iowa State Bank. w'holding tax Trust & Agency, pension Coast-to-Coasl Stores, keys Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. telephone service Continental Oil Co., diesel Kiel Kossuth Motor Co., service truck --Norton Machine Works, repairs Stouffer Fire Equip. Sales, cartridge exch. - - SANITATION Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone service ii-» City Clerk, advanced cash 7.^9 Albert Baas, salary 93.50 Herman O. Leeck, salary 9.3.50 *nna F. Courtney, salary !»3.50 SEWER RENTAL Robert C. Lemkee. salary Fred G. Gronbach, salary Iowa State Bank, w'holding tax - James B. Clow & Sons, Inc., valves Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone service — Norton Machine Works, welding - ,-..--— ----O'Brien Mfg. Corp.. merchandise Thermogas Co. of Algona, valve Zen M-tg. Corp.. sewer cleaner ... '- ' B RECREATION R M Harrison Co.. merchandise DEBT SERVICE Iowa State Bunk, interest Iowa State Bank, interest Iowa State Bank, interest Commercial State Bank, Bftnnnn street constr. bonds H.OUO.UO Iowa State Bank, interest lO.OO lowa-Des Moines National Bank, interest ...- Jl-00 Win O Anderson, interest 77.50 PARKING METER ' Richard H. Groen. salary 2.0.25 Nancy Sands, salary --, !•»•"! Doris Hilcy, salary -- -JJ-JJ Iowa State Bank, withholding tax -----Trust & Agency Fund, pension Richard H. Groen, painting ... North Iowa Directory Service, meter notices Heady-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co.. repair meter postt -" Mia Devices, Inc., signs if-O-Teiia System, , lb.«a 1.75 U.24 GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW days furlotiRh from Chanutr Field, Illinois. Doug is in the Air Force nnd is having technical training in Air Cra'ft Missile Maintenance 1 . The following were Riiosts at the Waterhouse home for a delayed birthday party in Douglas' honor: Mr William Green and Ellwood. Mr and Mrs Ted Green and Hoger, Mr and Mrs John Rosenberg and Angela from Fairmont, Minn., Sandra Fennema and Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmcier. Doug has'returned to Chan'utc Field. Mr and Mrs Laiience Pingel and Sandra of Algona were recent Sunday guests at the homo of Mr and Mrs N.»A. Tinge!. Mr and Mrs Colbert Schealler of Burl, and Mr and Mrs Donald Wenlvvorth and family of Ringsted were visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Wentvvorth and family. Mr and Mrs Dalton Poppe of Elmore and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Poppe and family of Blue Earth recently called on their mother Mrs Regina Poppe. Mrs George Thompson received announcement from h e r grandson Jerry Thompson and Mrs Thompson of the birth of a baby girl. Jerry is in his third year at Ames. Marvel Halvorson went to Waterloo and visited over the week end at the homo of Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons. Mrs Marie- Holvorson who had visited there the past two weeks returned home with her. Mrs Lena Warner ana son liar-., old went to Algona to visit Mrs Warner's sister, Mrs Clarence Ackarson of Wesley who is a patient at St.. 'Ann Hospital. They also visited at the Leonard Warner home. Mr,'and Mrs Neal Warren and daughter Tamara of Des Moines spent a week end at the parental D. H. Maver home. Around ¥ he Town and Country WlllllHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlM^ Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver MaiMy-HaiTil Allii-Chalmer* CMC Trucki Flrciton* Tlr»« Phone CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK i Builders' Hardware n Tools =j SIOUX Tanks & 1 Cribs 1 N. of Jcl. Hwys. 1 18 & 169 i Algeria - CY 4-4369 | 111 RONS EATINffaPLUMBI £.***&<• S-X* I ^IIIIII!IIIIIM!!!I!!I!IIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIM Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality Arid Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service 11 Phone CY 4-3501 Algona P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING P. R. Irons has been in Algona since 1914. In 1936, he was selling stokers for Butler Manufacturing, and two years later started selling furnaces. This gave him his start in the heating and plumbing business, and in 1940, P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing was established. Pictured above is the P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing establishment located at 812 East McGregor. The bipiness has been in Algona since 1940. At that time the building was located west of the present location on the same lot. In 1946, a larger building was needed to facilitate the expanding business. This building is the one pictured. Irons features American Radiator Standard Sanitary, Kohler Fixtures, Perfection & General Electric Furnaces, and General Electric Air Conditioning. In addition to the heating & plumbing work, the business does a complete line of sheet metal work, which is all done in their location. For reliable, efficient and friendly service in your plumbing & heating needs, call P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing. They are "Completely equipped to serve you completely." s~^f^*s-^S*~r^*^r**s-*****s~*s~^r\^^*t^*s^^^^s**^*s^s**s~^r^i-^^ *^^*t^*-r^s^s^s*^**S^^^^^*^^^**'^i^*iS n *s^r^s*^^s^j^^-*^-^s^ YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR 'X^ > w-v_^ J '-x^"vx>-'»*y^-''V^ky%^^XVX'w'VXN^'^XNu^X^V^>^^ '*S^'^*^^^^i^^^~*S*i-^S\J^^*^\S^*^*^\ i S->^*<S^S^r\S**S\*>^^\S^r^S**S^S^ Meet Bob Boleneus Of Wesley 163.02 118.10 10.74 14.40 •mo .00 128.50 25.00 22.50 2.60 38.06 7.95 5.00 304.30 Melond for Linda Counley. ' pension ............... .io.oo lor Dennis Counley, 16.00 Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION t. • --^— __JiB|!- PHILCO Refrigerator! Freezvr* Television Range* Radio* Alr-CondHlonlno fc Commercial Refrigeration Phone CY 4-2M) Algona iiiiiuiiiiuyuyiiiuiuuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijfliiiil WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Bob Boleneus, this week's Country Neighbor, has lived on the same Kossulh county farm all his life — 45 .years. Mr and Mrs Boleneus and their son, Robert, a seventh grader at Titonka, reside on the home farm of the Boleneus family, 3'/ 2 miles west and 4'/a north of Wesley. Mr Boleneus, whose favorite farming venture is cattle, farms 160 acres. During 1960, he had 80 acres of corn, 15 acres of oats, 25 acres of beans and 17 acres of hay. He normally has 20 head of cows and raises calves for market as well as 150 head of spring pigs. Bob, son of Mrs L. A. Boleneus, Algona, and the late L. A. Boleneus, was born Mar. 17, 1915. He attended rural school through eighth grade and completed his education at Algona high school. He is a member of the Farm Bureau and enjoys bowling a couple of times a week, including some league bowling. He met his wile, the former Jean Ericson, at Mason City and they were married at Clear Lake in 1945. Born and raised at Mason City, she is a daughter of Mrs R. H. Ericson, Mason City, and the late R. H. Ericson. She is a member of a homemakers club and is now on the County Family Living Committee. Mrs Boleneus is also a bowler and a member of a team in a league at Titonka. Mrs Truman Simpson of Algona is a sister of Mr Boleneus. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving). Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pumps ' Water Systems Complete Fixtures == Beecher Lane Appliances I "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELETISIOK Wviilngboiue FrigtdalM Youngsiowa [Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction -SIOUX- For siie, strength, long life and eue of building, insist on — SIOUX — Another advancement in easier farming. E. E. Robinson East On Hwy. II Phone CY 4-9374 Snyder Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Service 1 "Quality In Service" m I 24 Hour Service, 333 South Sample = j, PHONE CY 4-2702 Algona | Carrier |jj Trane 1 Mark IV | Frigikrng jjf Carrier Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT W» Aim to PIMM Near Mllwaukc* Depot - AlgoiM 1IIIIIIIIHIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMM Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of Hwdwar* • Housewart* • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 i ALGONA iiiuitttttiitHtHiwniihiiiiintHtniiiiii Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei '////////S///////S/////S/////////' Buscher Brothers Intpl. Minneapolis Moline - telly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Service Friendly * Courteous Always ; t. Msin St. Mupe CY 4-lttl Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free