The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1959 · Page 14
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• , |F'!!5fc?3 J, *• 1 \ I ft-Atg&fm 0«.) Upp»r Dtt Molfi« Thurtrfny, May :1 LOCALS Mrs tBtti Angle had her sta- jtef, Mrs Alice Mayfield of Clear as guest Friday. '' Carttt Johnson spent Sunday ttl Auriboy, Minn., with her parents Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson, t Mr and Mrs Pete ttalstud Visited Mr and Mrs Oluf Halsrud ^unday &t Bode. The men are cousins. * Mrs Emma Hagg was visited ftibst of last week by her daughter, Mrs Chester Stoussy and sons Vance find Kip of Chicago, 111. >. : Mf ahd Mrs Oraa Hudson are Ibeing visited this week by their daughter, Mrs Richard Lappin ismd daughter Lori of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Eugene Murlagh and Mr and Mrs Vic Parsons left Saturday for Chicago and will be there till Thursday. The trip is fin the interests of the Druggists Mutual company. Mr and Mrs Peter Gronbach and family spent Sunday at Ruthven and Ayrshire with the respective parents. Mr and Mrs Einer Gronbach at Ayrshire and Mr and Mrs L. C. Sundfill at Ruthven. Mrs Max Bartholomew, Mrs William Finn, Mrs Herb Hedlund, Mrs Claude Slagle and Mrs John Zalaznik attended the State convention of th6 League of Women Voters at Marshalltown lasv week Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Wallace McDougall and Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen spent the weekend at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrs Russell Cook who have their house trailer parked there. The Cooks will remain there for the summer. Mr and Mrs M. L. VanderWaal and daughter Jacqueline of Cedar Rapids are ., going to Ames for Viesha and will visit the daughter Cheryl, a student there, Cheryl Jias charge of the float to be entered by her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher have been visited by the latter'^ "Brother Don Rahe who is home on a thirty day furlough and ig Spending most of it with his parents, ' Mr and Mrs Al Rahe at Bancroft. Don is stationed at Forf Belvoir, Va. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had as dinner guests Sunday the, Jatter's brother arid sister-in-law, 1 Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock and 'David' ,and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Duane Me 4 - , Gregor and little son of Bancroft and Dave Schneider. • Eugene Hutchins, secretary treasurer of the National Farm •Loan Associations at Forest City 'and Algeria, returned April 30 Erom a 2-day sectional conference of farm, loan -managers • and appraisers, held at Marshalltown, It 'was' sponsoi'ed by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha.' About 60 managers and appraisers from towa were in attendance. Mr* Catherine Rrittpl, S*xion, left Friday evening by train for Chicago, 111. where she will spend some time with her daughters, Mrs" James Castress and family of Glenvicw, 111. and Mary Jo Krieps of Chicago. She will also visit her niece, Mrs Al Biver and family before returning home. "Dusty" Iiaacsen, totmetl? of Cedar Rapids, has come to Algona to live with his father, Nels Isaacson. He had been attending Franklin School in Cedar Rapids, but is now in the 8th grade at Algona high. He is planning to stay here the rest of the school year and summer and perhaps next year too. Mr and Mr* Paul Deliman returned Friday from Des Moines where the former has been at the Veterans hospital the past seven weeks. Mrs Dettman was a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Kinkki who brought them home. Mr Dettman has Improved somewhat and it is probable he will not return to Des Muines for some time unless a further check-up is necessary. The Dettirtans were visited by Mrs Dettman's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs E. R. Wollz of Burt soon after their return home. Will Be Bride Here June 19 » Some Groups Object To A United Fund Program Mr tod Mrs Raymond Wossel announce the, engagement and approaching marriage, of her daughter, Verna Belle Schmidt, pictured v above, to , Raymond Glenn Penning, son of Mr and Mrs John Penning of Wesley. The wedding Ms planned for June 19 at the Methodist church at Algona. . (UDM Engraving) Letiers from tome of Iho major heallfi afiaoctafions to Algerians investigating the advantages and disadvanfages, oi establishing a United Fund plan here revealed thai lev* eral of them would refuse to go along with a unified fund drive. Chief objection was that they did not feel that funds raised this way would meet their needs. The American Cancer Society slates that its education program is of equal importance to the fund drive and that th»y could not do as good a fob, nor contribute their literature if funds were combined. At an informational meeting recently attended by approximately 40 people, representatives oi local organizations heard these objections and also advantages to be gained by establishing the plan. Russ -Buchanan/ chairman of the temporary committee investigating the plan emphasized that most heads of the health organizations have given the assurance that they are very much in favor of a unite'd plan. Buchanan said that it ie hoped that as many Algona people as posilbl*, fc* M* formed of both ih* advan* iages and disadvantage* oi, s cooperative plan within int next 30 days. At thai time a public meeting will bi called with some definite decision made. Organizations wishing t6 heat speakers or obtain Information on the , subject should contact him. r; ftm-PSt €rlflttiMb& trtifc* Mertitt Otm«, fSwtefe Norman SteWflt, Ttttttt*. ' (Published May 7. »it, to Jfc* ATfofHf * Municipal Utilities Beauty contests also are usually discouraging. A judge comes away realizing that everybody is prettier" than he is. — Dallas News. ooo LUVFRNENEWS Guests Sunday* in the Mr and Mrs Carroll Marty home ware Fred Shickell, Renwick, Royal Speidel and Willis Schuler, both of Minnesota. Thd'men all teachers are classmates of Mr and Mrs Marty as they were all students at Westmar i College, LeMars. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings, Lynn and Bradley visited Sunday evening in the Elmer Wendt home in Bode. The ladies are- sisters. Sunday guests in the 'Lottio & Jennie Mason home were their niece, Mr and Mrs Frances Ainger and family of Belmond., •Mr and Mrs Jeff Bongle of Crbokston, Minn, visited ' Saturday to Monday with her sister, Mrs Nolle 'Biegger/ Mr and Mrs Arthur Maass and family were Sunday visitors in Ogden with her brother, t Mr and Mrs Orace Wiener and family. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly, Dale and Keith of Ames were Sunday guests in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson and sons at Corwith. The Misses Lottie and Jennio Mason, their houseguest, "Mrs Estella Mason of Charles City were Saturday evening dinner guests of 'Mr and Mrs James Zweifel in Corwith. Mr and Mrs Everett Schipull went Sunday to Rochester, Minn., where Mrs Schipull had an appointment to go through the clinic. Alice Ann Barton underwent surgery at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Saturday. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton. Guests Sunday in the Laverne Jeffers home were her sister, Mr and Mrs Ernest Olson, Marjory and Leslie of Columbus, Neb., Mr and .Mrs' Donald Kruse, Mr and Mrs Bill Barton and girls, Lu- Verne, Sharon Wilhelm employed in the court house 'at Dakota City spent the weekend in the parental, Albert Wilhelm home. HOTICt Or PUBttC , Notice of Public Hearing on Plans and Specifications and Proposed Form of Contract for the Purchase of a fire Truck and Equipment by the Trustees of the Ringsted Bene- ) flirt! Fire District in the Counties of Kmirret, Polo Alto and KoMUth, Stnte of Iowa, and the Taking. bi bids Thereon. Notice Is hereby given that the Trustees of the Ringsted Benefited Fire District In the Counties of Emmet, Pato Alto and Kossuth. Stnte of Iowa, Will meet al the Town Library fn Ringsted ( lown. on the 18th day of May, 1859. at the hour of 8:30 P. M., thereof,- &V which time and place the Trustees do propose and intend to adopt Plans and Specifications and Proposed Form, of Contract and receive bids for 'the purchase of a fire truck, and equip* •nenl for use by the Ringsted Better Cited Fire District. - . The fire truck and equipment 'In* tended to be purchased may be de'g- crlbcd generally as follows: See Section I, and II of Detailed Plans fend Specifications. • , All proposals and bids in connection therewith must be submitted to •,the Trustees, at br before the time set-for said hearing and shall be nccompahed by a certified check or approved .bidder's bond payable to the Trustees'-of the Ringsted Benefited Fire -District in an amount of not less than ten per cent (10'Jn) of the bid. Said check Of >ond shall be forfeited If the successful bidder neglects or refuses to enter, Jntb a contract and furnish a performance bond after its proposal shall have been accepted. , - -, The successful bidder shall furnish; a satisfactory performance bond for he full amount of the contract price At said hearing said .Trustees will consider the adoption of plans and Specifications and proposed ^forrn of con- ract, the Same being now on file in he office of the Trustees at the Town library In Ringsted, Io\Va, reference .0 which is made for a more detailed nnd complete description/• of• the"pro- Dosed fire truck and equipment which .s intended to be purchased. At said time and place the Trustees will also receive and consider any ob jections to thiS Plans and Specified Lions and Proposed Form of Contract and the cost of'said fire '.truck am equipment, and the bids and proposal thereon, and any other objections made by any interested party. • ' • Payment of the purchase price o said fire truck and equipment will be made in cash, from the funds, derivec frorft the sale of Benefited Fire Dls trict Bonds issued under the; provls Ions of .Chapter 357A, Code of Iowa (1958). The Trustees reserve the right t rcjeut any and all bids and enter inti such contract as they may deem .to bi In the best interests of the Benefltec Fire District, and also reserve the righ to defer action on ,the bids for a period of not to exceed thirty (30) days Plans and Specifications are now ..on file in the office of the Trustees of th Benefited Fire District at the 'Town Library in Ringsted, Iowa, and all pros pective bidders may obtain a copyuy APPROVED AND ORDERED^FOB LISHED BY.THE TRUSTEES OF THE RINGSTED BENEFITED FIRE DlS TRICT on this 23rd day of April, 1959 Ringsted Benefited Fire District UflLtTIEB A meeting of Wie Board 6t frttK*« of the Algona, Municipal Utilities was held in the,City HIM. City at AlfWw, April 18. 1959, *t 7:30 ajcfotk P.SL present were: O. &, Harnie*, J3. R. McQuiston, T, Mfnes Palmer, Sttpt, ana Ira Kohl, Sec. . ^ • Absent was: -AHen K. Buchanan. O. B. Harmes was named Prtsidentf r c. H! Meduttton-orally itoibittltted his designation as a member of the Board. A letter from thtf City'Clerk with espect to the acceptance of the.'ftss* gnatlon of C. R., McQtiJOttdr^ahd th* ppolntment of Jwelvin J,,Bay.-.'was resented, read and plated on fjl£. A letter, commending C, R. McQflis» on for his services as a member of he Board of Trustees, was read and jlaced on file. ., ... . „ A . Melvin 3. Bay appeared before the I0ard-~to act "as a member'of the The'minutes of the "meeting of Apt. , 1959. were read and - approved. > Motion by Bay. seconded by Harrhes, hat the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited, Roll call, voting "Aye", Hal-met and Bay !„,!„„ i>wnyi> n one. Motion nut-Hurt: LIGHT FUND Stomac Motor Express, freight 60.75 a, Empl. Sec. Comm., fed. soc. sec. tax . , 473.49 a, Pub. Empl. Het., Sys., , I. P.' E. R. S. tax 662.89 W. W. Sullivan P. M., postage 56.65 Pay Roll, pay-roll ^ .— 2,007.90 Hilton' Bilyeu, labbl- " 238.90 tfefvln Hentge*. labor c — 176.33 Wilbur E. Brunef. labor * 140.4P Safvey Peglow, labor, *„**,.*,. 110.6: 'own 'State Bank, "„ • - withholding tax L j 332.80 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc, sec. tax .. 202.22 Treasurer of State of Iowa', • state sales tax .. •- 1,449.85 Treasurer of State.of la., '• use tax >....^—-.1 37.37 WATER FUND ia. Empl. Sec. Comm.," , „. <! T6d. soc. sec. tax. .'.* 107.89 Ret. Sys., > • tax ^ u 149.33 a. Pub. Errtpl.O I I. P.' E. 1 R. S. 1 Pay Roll, pay .'ay Roll, pay roll •- - 385.81 Walter Peterson, labor .. 175.6: James Drone,' labor- .-„.* 126.77 - - - 5.52 6.91 Reakus Helmers, labor George Weig, labor ig, Ba Iowa State Bank, , *• wlthholdihg -tax ~ . 39.60 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec, tax .- 35.65 Thorpe Well Co., contract —— 1,988.93 North Central Pub. Ser., gas 104.06 Treas»of State of Iowa, ' •',-state sales tax 329.96 T. James Palmer, exp. 42,55 DEPOSIT FOND C. W. Amon et al, refund 50:00 SOCIAL SECURITY FUND la. Empl. Sec. Comm., fed, soc. sec. tax. j._'.j_.— 581.38 la. Pub. Empl, Ret. Sys.,> •- * I. P. E. R. S. tax 812.22 Raymond C. Rettig, representing the Mutual. Boiler & Machinery Ins. Co., Minneapolis, Minn., appeared before the. Board to dlscUss breakdown insurance at the" Power Plant. Motion by Harmes, seconded by Bay, that.Supt. Palmer and Walter Peter- don, be authorized to attend a 'school 6f instruption on water works operations at the Division of Public Health Engineering, Des Moines, la., Apr. 17th, algo that Mr Palmer be authorized to notify the Wallace Tternan Co., the B, 1 I. F., Industries and the State Department Dept, of Health, that Anrll 29th be set as a tentative date to begin certain operations of the Water ,}yp.rks. Department^ and ask that a representative be present on that date. } Motion carried. All voting "Aye".. vNext meeting date was set for Apr.i 30. 1959, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. , -'. ^ Meeting adjourned. , • • - , /S/ Ira Kohl ;in , ,i Secretary /S/ O. B. Harmes President, Pro.Tern , American Beauty LONG STEM ROSES Give Mother the Flower ; of beauty and love ... Roses! Orchids For Mother's Day m -. ' " . • I) At Prices You Can Afford Corsages Potted Plants prethly • Cut Bouquet* ell CY 44584 "r -f^ , ' ' & $ * , ' ^'^l^A 1 ''' 1 ^ tAKOTA NEWS We are sorry to report that "Georgei Ennen who has had such a long illness had to return to St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester, 'Minn, on Tuesday of this past week. We hope he is soon -well again. The Acorn Club met with Mrs Harlaa Kruse. Mrs Doris Uken reported on "Merideth Willson • Iowa's Music Man" and Mrs Faith Cook on Lakota's Music Man — Paul Ukena. The High , School Clarinet Quartet consisting of Dennis Christ, Marilyn Rippentrop, Carmen Cook and David Ley played, two numbers. Mrs William F. Kienitz, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Vern Molinder of Swea City, Mrs Pauline Chilgren of Eau, Claire Wis., and Mr and Mrs 'James F Smith were .in Mason City where they attended funeral services ol Mrs Tena Dirksen. Robert Blomster, who has operated the Blomster Chevrolet Sales and Service in Lakota for the past five or six years, received notice that he has been awarded the Chevrolet franchise for Buffalo Center and will take over the large double front brick garage and car storage building there about the ninth of May. George Winters of Algona, and his nephew from Independence were callers at the Russell Winter home. Pvt Robert E. Hagedorn arrived home recently via plane from Camp Pendelton, Calif, being called here bv the sudden death of his father, August Haeedorn. ^ Otto Koppen underwent sur- aery on his hip at the Buffalo Center hospital: He Js doing very well at this writing. Schoolwcftls; «•' * •* .-' '/' is just the beginning for this wondertijl : ^job-getter" , ^SHj^p ', f ^^^ff ^^j^^F Sww^P '^flpjpp GARAGE ' For the second time within a month a wall at the Chevrolet garage in Tama was hit by a vehicle and damaged, One accident occurred when the boom on a wrecKer had not been lowered and the boom smacked into the wajl and cracked it. Prior to that a -truck was 'backing out of the other entrance and it 'bumped i^tq a section of the wall, knock" ing it down. Smith-Corona I."; world's first and fastest portable typewriter THEY MAKE A PERFECT GRADUATION * GIFT Right now, a Smlth-Coroni win help |«t better grades. Ut«f on, it'll htlp ftt better ]ob$, At so little • week, {ft U*. bargain of • lifetiroel ALSO ROYAL, REMINGTON & COLE PORTABLES PRICED AS LOW AS $69.50 FOR THE BEST DEAl IN PORTABLES or OFFICE MACHINES t Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. • ... - • " • • ' IMF Make it a day of ' ' « •. r fj • ' ^ CULLE Electric Fry Pans * * ' •.*',•.' •*• ' Coffee Carafes ' Utility Tables Electric Percolators , Ice Tea Spoons ' r Step - on ;jCdhs Electric Fans v . «. '*> • Bread Boxes : • * i Ironing Tables ^ , Wooden,, Knife Holders Cannister Sets 1 Magnalite Sauce Pans T.V. Trays * i * • • Steam Irons Beverage Glass Sets Lazy, Susans " " '<L ' ' ' ' •• - "• •', Me I mac Dinnerware Kitchen Stools , Revere Sauce Pans V ( ' ' "l !>• ' Range Sets- • Electric Mixettes : j , v -« •Picnic .Baskets \ ' ^ • i '• '„• ' ""<-.•'. S* .••- Kitchen? 'Tool-,Sets' , * ' • < *'*•'•',' '' •. Steak 'Knives? ^, *'""•* ~ r >- v i •* - • • Bun, Warmers i, " •» •> > ' ' • V ' I Toasters > , " ' v ^ i Juice Tumbler Sets Pyrex Casseroles * i * '" Hampers .' 'Copper Colpred Measuring Cups Stool Brush Containers Beech Wooden Salad Bowls Wooden Chopping Boards ' „ , ( • r_r +* , ^ , t Electric Deep .Fat Fryers & Cookers Qfftee Supply JJept, Algono, Iowa We Will Gift Wrap A FRIiNBLY ALOONA STORE WHiRi YQUR PAlRQNMi If APPRICIATID w^

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