The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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Grant Group Has Reception For Parents school" mothers at the Grant Krumweide read a fancy Patterson narrated -,,,-•••: Patty Mayne, Shervle Waterbury and Kath'y Atoas Jfonorod guests were Mary Slaudt county extension home economist, Ann Walters an extension trainee, Mr and Mrs Vern Anderson, Mr and Mrs R. I. And_l Mr and Mrs George 'Each father and mother, and each guest were presented a caJadiuni plant. The leaders, Mrs Dale Waterbury and Mrs Arlo Krumwiede, were presented with matching necklace and earring The girls served lunch. .Mr and Mrs Delbert Hunt arrived recently from Cedar Falls to visit friends and relatives around Swea City for about 10 days. They , are staying at the home of her brother, Adrian Clark, who is a patient at the V A.. hospital at Marshalltown. The Hunts have a son, Clarence, who With his family lives in Algona. Attending the funeral of Dr. Gordon Samuelson of St. Peter Irom this area were Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson, Mr and Mrs Cecil Thorson, Mr nd Mrs Philip Hoi- comb, Mr and Mrs Robert Bexell and Carl Lofstrom all of Swea City. ... After the Smauland reunion at the park in Swea City Sunday, the cousins had a gathering and picnic supper at the Cecil Thoreson home. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Lee Barnes and family of Marcus, Mr and Mrs Louis Holcomb of Granada Minn., Mrs Ed Jensen of Algona Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson and Maurice Lee, Carl Lofstrom, Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Thoreson and family, , Roy Pehrson and Richard Anderson. Mr and Mrs Leonard Peter- son became the proud parents o! a daughter, born July 16, at Holy Family hospital: She weighs 7 pounds and 10 ounces and has •been named Mary Jo. She has three sisters and a brother to welcome her. Mrs Mary Crossley of Ame.<» came Friday to visit her brother, William Barger, and the Glen Clarks. Saturday evening, Mr Barger was honored guest at a surprise birthday party. He was 70 years old Monday. The following were present to observe his birthday: the Glen Clarks, Mr and Mrs Delbert Hunt of Cedar Falls, Mrs Crossley, the Frank Waids of Charles City, Mr and Mrs Ervin Link, Mr and Mrs Martin Tokheim and Gene, Lionel Thompson, Bob Kiene and J. D. Clark. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Emil O Green and Harold, Mr and Mrs John Larson, Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson and Mrs Mae Larson at- .ended the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Nels Anderson at Ruthven. Virgil Jensen and Lowell and Mr and Mrs Weldon Brandt drove o Rochester Sunday to visit Mrs Fensen at the Methodist hospital here. Mr and Mrs Raymond Picht md family returned last Sunday after spending several days at he home of Mr and iMrs Howard D icht at Shell Rock, and with the Clyde Thaves at Waverly. Sunday was a day of many visitors at the home of the Glen 'Burls. Mr Burt is home recuperating from a battle with pneumonia. Mrs Burl's sister and family, the Jim Ackermans, Garner, were guests and afternoon callers were Glen's sister, Mrs Sadie Hopkins and son John Hopkins Lin •'• -••*'"•• •--- - u THESfe WOMEN! Byd'AJessto Maybe business IS off, but look at the bright side ... You have much more time now to correct my letters!" TOM'S Televiews and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs John Moore of Armstrong. Rev. and Mrs Beal and Larry and Lorene of Centerville, 111. and Charles Kesler were Thursday .guests at the Emil Larson home. The Beals were house- guests at the Lowell Larson home from Wednesday until Saturday. Rev. Beal is a former pastor; of the Baptist church here. Mr and Mrs Allen Erickson of Chicago are visiting his sister and 'brother, Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Everett and Forrest Erickson. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at the O. E. Guinn home Sunday by the Wendell Ditsworths, the Paul Weichmanns and the Lavern Larsons. Evening callers at the Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch A Sperring family reunion was ,.« of tonight's Playhouse 90" looks interesting . . . it will star John Kerr and Barbara Bell Geddes. Kerr plays the part of an air force officer about to leave on a secret mission. Now is a good time to look ai ybvir lead-ins. If they are cracked, change them NOWI Don't wait until ii is cold and there is snow on the roof. Another evening show which has been offering some pretty interesting viewing is the Joseph Cotton Show, a weekly half hour of filmed dramas at 8:30 on Tuesday nights. A rear-seat speaker does much to enhance the sound of your car radio. We have rear-seat speakers for all makes and models of autos. In London, Eng., awhile back firemen saved their billiard table and, of course, their TV, while fire-fighting equipment was lost in a blaze at the station. THAT'S RICH . . . For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3200). Guinns were the Alvin Bunkof- skes, Wallace Dawsons and Everett Thoresons. . Mr and Mrs Harvey Hill and family were visitors at the Fred Newlin home. Mr and Mrs Laurence Hanson took Mrs Martina Peters to Perry Tuesday evening to board a train '.or Los Angeles. She will visit VIr and Mrs Neil Keith (Janet Peters). 'Mr and Mrs Hans Peterso drove to Des Moines Saturda to visit his mother, Mrs Elsi Peterson who is in the hospita Mr and Mrs Robert Anderso; of Waterloo spent the weekem at the Albert Pauls. Mr and Mr (Marlin Paul were Sunday guest there, also. Mr and Mrs Andy Van Alstini of Superior, Wis. have been visiting the Roy Klugers, the Glen Clarks and other relatives and friends around Swea City. held Sunday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Those attending from this area were Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys of Titonka. Mrs Minnie Sperring arrived Thursday to spend a few days at the Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and Shelly arrived Saturday night to spend a week visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga and Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and other relatives. Other callers during the week at the Phelps home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham of Elmore and their daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Glen Kennicott, Oniel, Nebraska, Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan, Fenton, Edith and Hazel Budlong and Mrs Mary Budlong, all George Hix of Titonka, Mrs and Mr and Mr: TOM'S RADIO & TV North lown Fciir RODEO August 13 & 14 2 P.M. & 8 P.M. Daily Starring REX ALLEN TV's 'Frontier Doctor' 8,000 Reserved Seats at $1 - $2-$2.50 TITONKA NEWS The response to the Salvation Army's letter appeal to date is very encouraging and the returns are considered good, according to W. H, Ricklefs, local chairman. Those who have not responded ire urged to mail their contributions to A. W. Boyken, local .reasurer. Thursday guests at the home of VIr and Mrs Ray Welp were Mr and Mrs Claus Daniels, Mrs Rolind Daniels, Susan Kay, Mrs Kenneth Humburg, Sally, Craig, nd Dale, Tommy and Jan, all of Jlear Lake and Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Alvin Moore, who ecently moved to Iowa City ent word to his grandmother, Ylrs Edna Richter, that they are le parents of another son born Thursday, July 23. Mr and Mrs Win. A. Alke aru parents of a baby son born at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt, July 23. He weighed 8 Ibs. 6 oz. at birth. Mrs Alke and son Darryl George came home Mon- Herbert Jackmah and children of Co?ad, Neb. Levant Moore and girls and Mrs Mervin Bristow and Linda went to Sioux Falls Saturday morning where they will visit Mr Moore's and Mrs Bristow's aun,1i and uncle, Mr and Mrs Will Anderson. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family attended a Sunday School picnic at Crystal Lake Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach and family, Whittemore, visited at the C. L. Young home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque and little daughter, Ames, spent the weekend in the Young home. . Mr and Mrs Jim Steven an family visited at the P. W. Mar low home Sunday evening. • Mrs Lawrence Govern was a Mankato Tuesday morning. W. Murphy, Woodward, was a visitor at the Govern home Tues day, Also Mrs Helen Brick, Des Moines, and Mr and Mrs Louis ,evan and family, Chicago. Mr and Mrs Frank J. Murphy Style Show At Plantation By CD. A., Aug. 5 "Eve's Autumn Leaves", a style show sponsored by the WhJttemore Catholic Daughters of America, will be held "Wednesday, August 5, in the Plantation ballroom at Whittemore at 8 p.m. Final arrangements are being made by the committee in charge: Inez Eisele, chairman; Mary Duffy, Mae McDonnell, Mary Jane Besch, Irene Waldron Esther Walters, Linda Kirsch and Frances O'Brien. The following models from the local area have been chosen to model the new fall fashions: Children's, Mike EJbeiit, David Besch Tommy Kollasoh, David Voigt' Mary Zatloukel, Barbara Drone' Debra Grotty, Francine O'Brien Kirsch and Mary Beth' day. Mr and Mrs Richard Temple, A J BAR H PRODUCTION Mason City, Iowa See Fronlier Doctor on KGLO, Channel 3, Tuesday. 6:30 to 7 P.M. For free ticket information write to North Iowa Fair, Mason City. Iowa. Carolyn and Marilyn of Kamrar were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Welp. Glenn Welp left Thursday fou Fort Sill, Okla., after a two week vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and family. He completed his basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and daughter of Rockford, 111. arrived Sunday for a week's visit with the parental Amos Krom- ingas and the Bernard Phelps. Lotts Creek Leaders Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club met July 20, at the home of Duane Hannover. Ted Grienert was also a host. Charles Bierstedt, Leon Wichtendahl and George Bierstedt gave reports. Plans were made for the Fair. Plum Creek 4-H The July meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was at the home of Rosann Madsen. There were 15 members and one guest mother, Mrs Mescher, present. Rosann Madsen and Jean Mescher gave a demonstration, Glennda Gabrielson gave a talk, and Margaret Keith, a display. md family and Mrs Daisy Heirn- >auch of Des Moines were Thursday visitors. Mrs Glen Zwiefel, Patsy and Jrian and Mrs Zwiefel's mother, i/lrs Joe Gross, went to Welcome, Minn. Sunday where they visit- d Mrs Cecil Householder. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern vere Sunday guests at the home f Mr and Mrs Kenneth Salveson t Forest City. Mr and Mrs Donald Miohaelsen nd family were Sunday evenintj isitors in the Herbert Nelson ome. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker vere Sunday evening visitors n the Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Henry Radmakei- visited Sunday afternoon at the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf visited the Dwight Ruses Sunday evening. Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mrs George Hix visited in the Jack Weiland home near Wesley Sunday. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and Gene Allen, Whittemore, were also afternoon callers in the Weiland home. Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt visited the Ray Fitchs Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Jesse Schmidt, Ruthven, visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Fitch Thurs- Pamela Foley. Su'b-teens: Jeanie Gengler and Mary Margaret McDonnell. Teens and college fashions: 'Betty Besch, Joan Baas, Carol KoUasch and Mary Walker. Adul'ts: Mary Conrad, Byrl •Bisenius, Zita Borman, Caroline Capesius and Kathleen Farrell: Fashions for grandmother, mother and daughter, Irene Waldron, Margaret and Mary Zat- loukel. In addition, there will be a bridal group modeling fashions for (he bride, two bridesmaids a flower-girl and ring-bearer. A program of music is bein arranged by Paul Eisele. Luncl will be served and a number o door prizes given. Regardles of warm weather, guests will be comfortable in the air-condition ed ball-room. In charge of ticket sales are Mary Jane Besch, Minnie Vaughn, Frances O'Brien, Bernadette Steier, Cecelia Hansen, Patty Kollasch, Linda Kirsch, Loretta Butler, Lydia Bisenius, Mary Gengler, Catherine Schuller Marguerite Kollasch, Marcile Han- ?f, n ;, Irene Waldron, Catherina Walker, Gwen Johnson, Maxine Hoch, Evelyn Winkel, Ruth Eischcn, Edna Waldschmidt Marjone Kenyon, Marilyn Carper Anna Buscherfeld, Hrlen and Mary Bea Besch. F IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT THE day. Mr and Mrs Ben Potter of Algona and Mr and Mrs Robert Clark and Sue of Humboldt were Sunday guests in the Fitch home. '"Money won't buy happiness, but it makes misery more pleasant." BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Legler Son, 8, Injured In Fall Robert 'Legler, 8 year-old son of Mr and Mrs Earl R. Legler now of Seymour, formerly of Algona, suffered a possible brain concussion when he fell from a ledge at Ledges State Park near Boone, July 19. Mr Legler is now school superintendent at Seymour. He was formerly principal at Algona. The youngster was reported as in fairly good condition on Monday at Boone Valley Hospital, where he was taken after the fall. UDM Clwsifieds Pay Dividend! ALGONA. IOWA AND theTil'v H l> n n ' y ' A 1 ,""'" 'wiir'rnl'eT'a't' 1st ri ' VV n A1 « ona . I"wa on the nvin.t DM S 'jl lt '-''nl>er. 1U59, at 8:OU clock P.M.. at which time and place. ».eV ni s h ,^'- n !!r fi « x » d1pi1 ?i c r,^ J>Wa^ n yte te i\£s^ d " i in a contract, and to receive bids for uie construction of improvements and iMensions to the municipal waterworks of said City and act upon proposals received and enter into a con- trad or contracts for the construction ot said improvements and extensions JM general the work to be done consists of furnishing all labor, materials and equipment needed and required to construct one gravel packed well approximately one hundred and lorty feet in depth; to furnish and install one 500 G.P.M. vertical turbine type ol deep well pump; to construct one reinforced concrete ^nd masonry and 10" cast iron pipe raw °'water supply mam from the new well to the existing water treatment plant At the said time and place said Board will also consider bids for the furnishing of water for the US(J of sajcj ,• Ji ""£.." ls ''st'mated that the needs ?ni)niMirw> y Ti rec l ui r<-- approximately JOU.000,000 gallons per year All proposals and bids ' in connec- un herewith shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Board of said City on or before the time herein set lor •said hearing. All proposals fhall be made on official bidding blanks furnished by the City and any alterations in the oliicial form of proposal will en- .itle the Board, at its option, to reject the proposal involved from consideration Each proposal shall 1 be sealed and plainly identified Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separate envelope by a certified check in an amount equal to ten per cent 110%) of the total amount of fhe hid, drawn on and eertlflrd to by n nanlc In Iowa, payable tr> the Olt\ Treasurer of AlRonn. Town, as Security that if awarded the contract bv resolution of the Board, the blddei will enter into a contract nt the prices bid and will furnish the required corporate surety bond. This certified check may br cashed nnd the proceeds retained by (he Board, ns agreed liquidated damages If the bidder fnlls to execute a contract or file nn acceptable bond for the faithful performance thereof within fourteen (14) (lays after the acceptance of his proposal by resolution of the Board. No bidder my withdraw a proposal for a period of fifteen (15) days aftef the date set for opening bids. At said hearing the Board will consider the plans nnd specifications and proposed form of contract for the project, the same now being on file in office of the Secretary, reference flic: to which Is made for a more detailed ami complete description of the proposed improvements and extensions, and at said time and place the said Board will also receive and consider any objections to said plans, specifications and form of contract made by any interested parly. Payment for said Improvements and extensions will he made pursuant to Section 3!)7.n to 307.19. Code of Iowa. 1!)58, In cash From cash on hand accumulated from past Net Earnings of the said municipal waterworks. Neither the Board of Trustees nor the City of Algona, Iowa shall incur any general obligation for said improvements and extensions and the contract or contracts for the construction of said improvements ana extensions shall not, constitute a general obligation of the City or bo payable In any manner by taxation. Payment to the Contractor will be on the basis of monthly estimates equivalent to ninety per cent (HO 1 .;) of the contract value of the work completed and/or materials of a permanent nature delivered at the site of the work, during the preceding calendar month. Estimates will be prepared on the first day of each month by the Contractor, and submitted to the Engineer for approval, who will certify to the Board for payment each approved estimate on or before the Tenth nntti) day of the month in question. Rurh morithh payments shall In no way be eonslrued as an act of acceptance for anv part °f '"? «; orl f Partially or totally completed. Final payment of the remaining en per rent (10';) will be made thirty-one (3D days after completion of all work and acceptance thereof by resolution of the Board, subject to the conditions and in accordance witli the provisions of Chapter 57.1 of the Code of Iowa, IflM. No such partial or final payments be due until . ,• ..... „,. ,,.,,- 1,111 ii the Contractor has certified to the Board that the materials, labor, and service Involved In each estimate have open paid for in accordance with the requirements stated in the specifications. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a bond In an amount equal to One Hundred Per Cent 1100'; ) of the contract price, said bond to be ssuecl by. a responsible surety, ami approved by the Board and shall guarantee the faithful performance of he contract and the terms and con- Iltions therein contained and shall fuaranteo prompt payment for all ma- erlals and labor, and protect and save inrmless the City from claims and lamages of any kind caused by the operations of the Contractor, and shall ilso guarantee the work against faulty vorkmanship and materials for a period of two (21 years from and after its completion, and acceptance bv the Board. The work under the proposed con- ir'?i lo 1 ^" bo •'""'•ted by September 15th, 1959 and all work shall be completed on or before December inih. 1959. subject to any extensions of time which may be granted by the Board The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to enter into such contract or contracts as it shall deem to be for its best interest. These Improvements and extensions are being constructed pursuant to authority granted the municipality undei the provisions of Chapter 397' of the Code of Iowa. 1958. By virtue of statutory authority preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. Thursdny, July 30, 1959 Alqonn (la.) Upper DM Moln«-,1 Plnns nml sppririrntlnng nncl form of contract governing the construction of the proposed improvements nncl extensions, nncl also the prior proceedings of the Flonrcl referring to nntl defining snicl proposed improvements mid extensions, nre hereby made a pnrt of this notice and the proposed contract or contracts by reference and the proposed contract or contracts shnll he executed In compliance therewith. Pliins and specifications and form of contract arc now on file in the office of the Secretary of the Board, Algona, Iowa, where they may be examined by nny interested party. Copies mav be obtained from Duell and Winter' Engineering Co., of Sioux City, Iowa bv nnklng a deposit of $10.00. A refund in the full amount of the deposit will be made to all Ijona-fidc bidders, provided the said pliins and specifications arc returned in good condition within fourteen days after receipt of bids, mid not otherwise. This Notice Is given by order of the Board of Trustees. Algona Municipal Utilities, Algonn. Iowa HOARD OF TRUSTEES AI.GONA, MUNICIPAL UTILITIES Al.CiONA, IOWA Hy Allen K. Huchimnn President ATTEST: Ira Kohl Secretary (Published July .10. and August (!, l!«!l. in The Algonn Upper DCS Moincs). COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met July 22, IflSD with Mayor Shierk and the followin-r named Councllmcn: Muckey. Whltte- more, Elbert. Dreesman & Parsons — Absent, liichardson. Contract with Everds Bros, for street Improvement in the vicinity of Gar- rlgan Catholic High School was approved. Proposed budget for 1MO was approved and the hearing was set for Aug. 12. 105!) at 7:30 P.M., nt the City Hall. 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SPECIAL OFFER Nothing to Buy! 25 FREE ALBUMS TO BE GIVEN AWAY EVERY OTHER WEEK (Offer Good For Limited Time) Registration and Drawings In The Store Every Other Saturday - Winners Will Be Notified by Mail - Need Not Be Present In Front of Auction House — Open 9 to 9 Every Day Except Sunday 9 to 10 On Friday & Saturday

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