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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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On-The-Job Award >- Mrs ftiia Muller, cenler, stock controls supervisor of the Ordinance Ammunition Command, Joliet, 111., received a monetary award of,$15G"fof sustained superior performance of her duties during the year 1958, recently, Mrs Muller is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Arend 'of Corwith. Lone Rock Man >-. Hospitalized At Des Moines t Lone Aock -r- Mf and Mrs Eugene Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Ed 'Blanchard went to Ames Saturday to see Delbert B\anchard who became ill suddenly. Sunday afternoon he seemed a little better and on Monday was taken to the Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Gene Blanchard anc Mrs Ed Blanchard stayed with Mrs Delbert Blafrchard. (Mr and Mrs William Knoll of Lone Rock attended the wedding Of Dean Culbertson and Marvel ttansen at Irvington. . Ornie Behrends accompanied the Knollsi to the weddjing. ' ' Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer ?.nd Margaret attended the wedding of " Janet Geilenfeldt to fames Berninghaus in St. Paul's tfartis and Mr and.Mfs Oate ol Akona wete Sunday in the Mr and Mrs tiutheran; Sunday. Mr and church at 'Ringsted >- Mrs . Wayne Decker visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Floyd- 'Salisbury of Fenton. •Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Floyd Methodist church Sunfl&V. Mr and Mrs Laverne Haifirner strom and family, Mr and Mr Rkhard Behrends were Sunday evening callers irt „ the Ralp! Hammerstrom home. (Mr and * Mrs Elmer P&tersen and Mr and Mrs Kejirieth Emery and DeAhn and Jill of Swea City and Cecil'a ' Rutledge were Sunday dinner guests' In the Carl Petersen home. Sunday guests In the Arden Hovey home near Lone Rock were Mr and. Mrs Edward Eich of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Henry Bunkofske, Algorta, Mr and Mrs Rufus Olthoff of LakCrta, Mr and Mrs Alvin ' Swanson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs" W. H. Meyer, Swea City, Mr Vernon Meyer of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer of Algona. . The Lotts Creek .Ladies Aid met Sept; 11 in the Lotts Creek Immanuel Lutheran .church,- with Mrs Edwin Lieb and Mrs Roger Long of Lone Rock serving as hostesses. Mrs Emil Person and Patty Mrs Carlos Engleby and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton recently - visited ;in .the, Don Neilsen home at West Union. The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will present a film Sun- 'day, 'Sept, 27, at,. 7 p;m. The public is cordially invited to at tend. , 'Mr and Mrs ,Wayne Decke: were Sunday guests in the Clin ton. Decker .home at Algona. Baxter Mr and Mrs Delmflt Fischer, StaneV and Steve wore Sunday guests in the Carl Priebe home, at FenKm. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch at:ended the wedding of Helen liynch Sefct. 26 in the Holy Fam- ly Catholic church at Mason City, Mr and Mrs Donald Hunmcutl and children and Mrs Lulu Richards of Blue Earth were Sunday guests in the M. O. Richards rtome. Sunday Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family and Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family were callers in the Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards home. Ila Bilsborough of Algona visited "over the weeeknd, with her sister Mrs M. 0. Richards. Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt attended a dinner in the Art Zumach home Sunday. The din ner was honoring >the baptism o: their grandson, Jeffrey Jamej Schmidt. Jeffrey is the son o Mr and Mr Dan£brd> Schmidt. Mr and, Mrs Louis Hackbarth of Algona were Sunday guest in the Ray Laatos home.' Mr and Mrs Maurice Weistoro and family visited Sunday in th Harvey ftatti toiSffife a j Burt Familiei Move f«1olll«l Mrs >Sd Afibas Burt has ccntly. Mr and family have movfed to Soda where he is school custodian, Mr and Mrs Ray Miller and family have also moved to a farm near Bode where Miller is employed. Prew, salary „, _____ ..,„ ..... .... jst.80 SkllllnR, italAry ......... 122.20 Ostrum, Mlary ..,., ..... . ....... ..„ man ,.:::,:;:::.: mm " the Wallace and Mrs 5Mh Godd Mr aftd- Mrs: CBtann TuMw . ol Rutland visile^ Jtmdtor Jfi th«. home of MB attd^Mta H, A. Holm- Mi' ai*d M^jaj 1 ** 6 !' Mr and Mrs BerfiaM-fiSgfeJ and Mr and Mrs 0ate, Schfdedtif attended tha of , ....„, Tow» state Bank, withholding tax ... _ City Clerk, aflvanee onsh IlueJ RobJnuon, mdew/ilk Algonn Tree Sei'vlec. labor rerclval Motors, repair* . Alffonrt tmp. Co,, rrpnirs . 96.SO so.OO 49 17 ' 63.02 72.00 State ..if Kossuth County or pftosAtE ar vftit in District Court ss. S«Rtamber SUN: Marverfiafl3e / n i Daughter ol Mrs Olive ttliftsen, In the Presbyterian chimsh-at frvington Sunday. On Suriday afternoon Mr -and Mrs Leo Sehtwidt called at the Roy Heins home in Swea City, A son was born Sept. 3, to Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter. The little lad weighed 6 Ibs. and 4 oz. and was named ,David Alan. thuridey, Sapi. 54, 1959 Affidfttt (T«.) Uppir TO AU, WHOM IT MAY CONCffi n YOU ARE HERESY NOTrfmD, Th«t nn 1'islrnmont of writing inifpnrtlnig to »/ the lust Will ftnd TcstarrtiSnt of Henry Sppar, Dccen»cd, dated Mftwh 5, ip»2, havlne been this any filed, opened and redd, Monday the 8th dny of October, itwfl i s fixed for hfenrlttg proof of same nt the Court HouRC In AlgoftBt Iowa before the District Court, of. s*il<i County, or (Ho Clerk of said CoXWi nnd at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned nil persons interested nro hereby notified and required to uproar, and show cousc. 1C nny they Have, why Instnimenl should not be probated nnd allowed as and tor the last Will and Testament of sold deceased. ,. Dated at Algona, lown, September 17 ( lUUtfi . . ... Alma Pearson clerk of the District Court. Llnnan & Lynch, Attorneys Algona, lown (30) . ,, Kent Motor Co, repnlM » W. Wuttcll. md*e Hilton a Service repair* morion Machine Worh*. material & labor ..... . 20 Ja Muekcy, Pluirihinit «e Henttns, .^"^Tjf*' *s labor ......;,... 7.f* Miller Lb? Co., atapleii .. ....... too Frederieh iravdwnre, mdse. _.. 3.W ulftrriond'S. mdse, _______ „ .. IBOB Alifona Machine Shop, repairs ..... , ____ ...._. Aljwna welding St Mfg., repairs ......... • ..... _..*,. (125 Milton win, Agent, din . ..... ig'.oo Aljgona Flour & Feed Co., mdie, ^ _____ ...... -...,.. .. ,. 1030 Cities Service Oil Co,, irns ....,,.,.,. — . — _ iao.,15 Heman M. Brown Co., repairs 47 .7 1 Cpntral Nntlonnl Ban'* St Trust i Co., principal & Interest 9,10158 i rowa-l'Jc* Moinr-s Nation ! flank, Intprrst ...*,* 12.W town•!)<•* Moliiv* Nfttlort rinnh, int^rrt.1 29350 Itiwii-llcn MniiH's Matton Bank, IntM-pst , .. 123« InWrt S'ate flnnk, lnt«*rfl»t .... . 0100 THUST ft AOEMCt D. C'ounlry, pension ........ - 20 f*0 I,. Coimlcy. pension ..,-..,.... - 20fX) B. E»ll; Jipriftion .- . .... 7S W PAHKWQ MBTEfl Groen. Salflrv -... 102.ft4 Sands, salary ,... 41.39 lown Stale liank. withholding t«x , __,.,.„. 21.TO Trust St AKi'iiry Fund, police pension 2.12 William Tordiiff, Jr., Inbor ... 33.78 William Tordoff. ,¥r . labor „. SI.2S Advnncn Publ. Co., supplies 2.75 Cltv Clork, advance uwh 1.01 that th« voucftn^i* payafete fet apiWiwed and authored paid «« audflcrf. Motfon carried. Alt young "Aye", ttam t «r»o ('. M St, P. & • t' R R Co, freight „ „ fg8J8 Stomac Motor Repress, freight 29.83 ww. Sullivan P, M.. postage 187-20 M, SI. P, ot ' P. R. R. Co,, freight W. C, Brown Supply Co., repair* --------- RowHt-Mu.frny, Engineers, 40,00 service .,.,„,.„ ..... 1,QB2,23 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelmnn, snlnry .... ..... ..... 237.00 HutehlnBon, solnry .. ________ .. 100.27 JorgenRon, snlnry .,—.....,... 173.58 salary . ..... ...... ____ 1B7.0B . ..... Sehwarzenbnch, salary ....... . . Sullen, salary ......... ...»-...». ......... ..»...». Votgti Bfllnry ........ ... ..... .... Kohl, salary town State nrtnlt, Withholding tnx Ha.rr? 20,00 134.10 Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch . Mr and Mrs- Alvin Behrend; thd : Good .'Hope .and --M. and Mrs.Pete-..Wilson of Mr and Mrs* James .Phelps of Denver Colorado, arrived • at the Bernard and-C.has. Phelps home Wednesday for -a few day's visit. Triday evening guests in the Phelps home, in honor of Bernard Phelp's birthday, were Mr and Mrs James Phelps, Mr and Mrs Lefoy Phelps and boys, Mr and Mrs Clair Moore and family of Dolliver, Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore of Titonka, Levant Moore and girls and • Leona Haase. The Portland Progress club met Sept. 17, at the home of Mrs Robert Wood, with Mrs Goodwyn Bergerude and Mrs Earl Zwiefel assistant hostesses. Demonstration of a hobby by Mrs Lloyc Bartlett. Mrs -John Miller and Dennis, Mrs Jim Huber and Mrs Bernadine Opiem were guests The next meeting will be held October 15th. Mrs George Patter son, Mrs S. R. Parsons and Mrs David Bplie, hostesses. Mr and Mrs Wendell Christen sen and daughter Mary were Fri day evening visitors in the Roge nd family of LuVerne AVere Sun- ay dinner and supper^ guests at he P. W. Marlow home. Little Mckie Bristow was celebrating his fifth birthday. Mr and Mrs John H, Harms and daughter were Sunday guests at he Rudy Peter home. They all /isited grandma Louise Peter in Algona, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow. vis* 1 ted Ping's mother (Mrs Clara Mai-low) at St. Ann hospital in Algona, Monday afternoon. She was taken lo the hospital Thursday afternoon, and had surgery Friday morning. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr and Mrs Andy Nauman came Friday to be here for the funeral of Bill Larson, Sunday afternoon. They were overnight uests at the Jesse Harms, home, aturday night and Sunday overnight guests at the Louis Reidel home in Burt. < Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary and) Norma visited grandma Harms in Titonka Sunday. Council Minutes :\vas ndoplcd Resolution Resolution approving deed wns adopted. NAIL Phil Lucas of Fremorit recently received ah injury to nis hand while helping to tear down a corn crib. The floor gave Way and in .the fall a nail. .-Went -Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow through the palm of his hand;' COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council mot Sept. 9, 108!), with Mayor Shlcrk nnd the following nnmcd Councilmcn: Muckcy, Elbcrt, Drcosman, Parsons & Richnrdson. Absent: Whlttcmore. Hearing wns held with respect to proposed amendments to the zoning •ordinance. <•;• Resolution authorizing snlc and con- of real estate to Robert Carlson quit claim Resolution authorlzlnR sale and conveyance of real cBtnle to Joe lloldcr- schcldt was adopted. 'nesolulion approving quit cllam deed was adopted. City Attorney was authorized to draw Up a proposed ordinance amending Zoning Ord. 3-11 which would Incorporate the changes recommended by the Planning & Zoning Comm. Petition signed by residents In the north cast part oC lown was acknowledged and placed on flic. . GENERAL Smith, salary _--- 154.67 Town Stnte Bank, withholding tax ..'.. B.0( City Clerk, refund 0.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co.. 1 election supplies 8.31 Hawkeye Lanes, refund 70.00 Advance Publ. Co., publ. cost 72.7 Dppcr Des Moines Publ. Co., publ. cost . — 230.88 Koch Brothers, paper 4.2( Russell G. Buchanan, code project ,!,'« Dr. Shlerk, expense 10-I STREET ,e, salary - --- I 53 '" salary -, J30.B Metxen, Jr., salary H3- J 'llton's S. Service, gas 11.(IB! Corn's Radio & TV. repairs 23.75 iltles Service Oil Co.. gas nn.5! lussell Uniform Co., postage _. l,0t) rational Recorders, Inc., sunpllcK liO.OO itouffcr Fire Equipment Co., mask (smoke) - ;tnn.10 lossuth Motor Co., repairs 1.1.52 City Clerk, advance cash ...... 3.70 SANITATION Gronbach, salary 110.21 ,emkeo, salary 130,00 icobba, labor f)ii.<i2 lelmcrs R., labor 117.01 Thompson, labor „„,. ^ 72.30 Ig, Jr., labor nn.B7 owa Stale Dank, withholding tax 2'l..10 Vngner Cities Service, kcro. .. 1.25 "roenbcrg Auto Supply, repairs 22.'M Farcway Stores Inn., supplies 2.1)1) 'rait Electric Const r. Co., bulbs (1.13 Norton Machine Works, repairs 11.07 Beradettc F. Reilly, labor 75.00 Cltv Clerk, advance cash .34 Miller Lbr, Co., mat, 445.71 iithcr Fairbanks. Jr., machine hire 70.00 blither Fairbanks, Jr., machine hire 30.00 RECREATION Post Transfer, freight 17.00 O'Brien Trucking Service, hauling ..- 5.00 Muckcy, Plumbing & Healing, labor 4.BO Thompsoh-llayward Chemical Co., chlorine St celltc 100.50 North Iowa Directory Service. Inc., material 10.H Pratt Electric Co., labor 4.30 Thermogns Co. of Algona, thermogas 13.01 Tom's nndlo & TV, P. A. rental - 16.50 Ben Merbst, duplicate check 74.00 AlRonn Flour & Feed, spray - - 3.2! McCarly Shoe Survlcc, repair . ' 5.2 HutsicU's, softballs DEBT SERVICE Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A mr-i'ting <>l the Hnmd of Trustee of the AlKonn Municipal Utilities wa held In Hi" City H.-ill. City of Al«onn town. September I. l!i">!). nt (1:00 o'clocl P.M. Present were: Allen K. Huchannn. O n. Illumes, Mc'lvtn J. liny, T. .Tame Calmer, Sup! . lin Kohl, See. rind I,. A Wlntor, lepresenluiR tjucll St White KnRlnrcrlni; Co , Sioux City, lown. This bfln<; the lirnn nnd place PI cations jiiul form of eontmct doeu- ls for Improvements to the eXlntlnR Voter Works I'lnnt of Hie City of Vlgnnn. lown, three being no objections nil Oi In writing, thi'io wns Ji resnlti- Ion pirsented in id ndopted, llnnlly up- ruvlng the plans, upeelltentlons and ortn of contract docurncnls .for said improvements. There bclnft curtain bids on file, the iecrelnry wns directed lo open said jlds, rtad publicly and tabulate, first lie certified checks 1 itnd then the bids H follows: Vamo CcrlHlod Choclc Lump Sum Bid Varner Well & Pump Co., $1,5-1(1.00 Sec 1 .. - . - I0.ilflll.00 Sec' 2 . - -1.3117.00 'horp Well Co . 2,noO.OO Sec. 1 See. '}. -Sec. » . . . . ,nyne Wi-slern Co., 1.55001) Sec .1 Sec. 2 . lob .lohiiHon Pump Co., 400.00 See. 2 - -- 4,300.00 ?kow CotiKtrucllon Co., H.'iO.OO S,, c 3 0,300.00 Spencer Const. Co., 2.400.00 Hern 2 Sec. 2 1.-150.00 Sec 3 B.IH10.00 Sec! <l ."..""./ - 13,102.40 t.undcll Const. Co., 1,500.00 SPC -I ..-I3.1RO.OO Karl Slllle. 1.200.00 Sec -1 - - 11,105.20 Luther Fairbanks, 1,550.00 • Sec 4 15,2(11.20 Smith Const. Co., 2.200.00 sec :i ruon.oo Sec! -I '.'.".".'.'. ....12,1)30.40 After considering each of the sale bids there was a rcnoluUon presentee nnd adopted, accepting the bids o' Thorpe well Co., In- the ntnount o | $22,301.50 covering section 1, 2 and II and the bid of Karl Stlllc In the amoun of $11,11)5.20 covering section 4. nnt authorizing the President of the Bonn to execute said contract for and 1 behnlf of the Board. The minutes of the meeting of Aiif list 17, 1050, were read and approved. Motion by Bay, seconded by llarmos HO\I. fifty Ml . . niton Bllyeti, labor «._., iJ . i _., 241^4 Mf-rvln Henlges. labor „ J71.88 Wilbur r. Ilruner. labor ,. 13S04 IfttVey Pff^low, labor ........ 114^8 amps Drortf, labor „.. ........... 74.93 O M-n c«Ttft Bank, withholding tax $01,20 r Sec. Fund. HOC. sec. tax ... Iff24)7 >if>sei Serving Co., hfel oil. .,..2^71.28 Vorlh Con, Pub. SeJ-V. Co., gas S.04S.33 own Elnc. Lgt/ft Pwf, Co.. power ..,,. .3.690.CI) 'tilton Iron Works Co.. repairs S.S1 ^Ircliilr rtcf, Co., fuel oil ,..._13W.03 Wn!c-r Tower Paint & Repair Co., service 554.0tf W, D. Aik'ii Mfu- C'o Inc.. supp. 'B9.32 Vfinnenpol IK-Honey well Hog. Co., Riipp. 72.70 Woodward Governor Co., supp. 19.12 Ind. Towel Re Uniform St-rv., srrv Conn Controls, supp. 1MHV1.00 3,1115.00 . H,(i«2 50 10,0112.00 4,473.00 4 gg Norton Machine Works, repairs 24.35 I! .f Funk, supp „ . __. 3,08 Iowa F,lcc. Supp. Co., supp. II 102.1)1 Elcclrleal Kns. ft Equip. Co. supp. 2^98.23 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., *upp. . «2.87 Elrnon- Nursery Co., supp. .. . 7.00 Ur.'ifly Mix. S'lpp ,. 169.53 r,|i-K-I-'o!t Dixlgi- Co., supp. ... 1.32 ii.K Rubber Weldeifi. repairs „ 29.53 t'Vjinicl's D-X Serv., g<is 61.84 utchlns Sup. Surv.. gas 84.71 /IcCnbe-Powers Auto Body Co.. repairs ... 61.!)S ullpn Mardware. supp. 8.27 Uironn Klnefflc. se.rv. 2.00 .eulhold Williams Co., supp. .. 12.75 \dvjinri? 1'ub. Co., pub. A. supp 218.37 Ippcr Des Moine.s Pub. Co., pub. .... n.fffl . W. Bell Tele. Co., serv 66.39 '(•My Cfish. misc. _ ... 25.10 V/ATEH FUND »v Roll, pay roll 360.80 Vnllcr Peterson, labor ,._ 172.82 Vlaiirlee Krebsbiich. labor 08.74 nnu-.s Drone, Inbor . ... . __ 72.67 Mner H-lmere. l;ib<ir 124.81 I'luitnan Moc. labor 1)2.95 Gronbiich. lnt)or 71.27 Iowa Stale n.'ink. wilhholrtlnu tnx .„.., 56.70 Sue. Se.c. Fund, soc. sec. tax ... 52.73 I'horpc Well Co,, serv. „ 319.07 Thompson Uayward Chem. Co., fiiipp 20.29 Kreciurlck Hdwe.. stipp. 7.77 LnlKhton Supp. Co.. supp. _ 299.03 A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., supp. -. 335.07 Mueller Co., supp 13.28 Heady-Mix, supp. 40.00 Thennqjjas Co, of Algona, gas 2.00 R. J. Funk, supp, 1.28 Bolsford Lbr. Co., supp. . 12.02 Reiner Holmcrs, serv. 8.00 Frankl's D-X Serv., gas «. 11.15 Hutchins Sup. Serv.. gas 33.79 Cullen Hardware; supp. _...-• 4.24 Des MoincB Rug. & Til. Co., pub 89.77 Algona Produce, refund 20.00 Addrcssograph Corp., serv. 26.80 Upper Dos Moines Pub, Co., pub, 07.29 Pettv Cash. misc. 20,98 DEPOSIT FUND Richard Lalllcr ct al, refund „ 200.00 Next meeting date was set for Sept. 10, 11)51). fit 7:30 o'clock P^M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl: Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board BBKBBBBBBBBBBBBBFj • •MBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBHBBBnBKHHUEmaBHHBBiiHffllll B H a B B B H B n H WILL PRESENT FOR Gentle curves and'flowing lines of sculptured beauty readily identify Pontiacis completely new line of cars for I960, Pontiac's sensat.onal classic-TtyJing and wide track design throughout each, includingf th? new Ventura series/Heading a list of 47 new features h S! "wBIng appearance of the. I960 Pontiac, highlighted by a "V" design front end, A massive, sweeping front bumper |uts forward below a classical grille, formed by seven narrow, gleaming bars with twin headlamps set at either end.,, - More For Less In Pontiac! B B B B B B fl m m B H n B n H H B B B & Stylish new Pontiac interiors in 1960 present the ultimate in passenger comfort, convenience, utility and safety. Customized panel trim includes a painted background to harmonize with interior trim, instrument panel cushion, courtesy lamps and a passenger assist rail on Bonneville models. A total of 51 trim combinations, including a dazzliing array of patterns in JeweMone Morrokide, nylon-faced cloths, and a genuine leather, lend new elegance to Pontiac seats and headlinings. Expertly matched carpeting has a higher, fuller and more firm pile. Spacious, interiors are enhanced by a lower, more narrow tunnel resulting in 444 eujiic inches of added foot room. Soft, one-inch foam pqdding is standard on all seats. ' REFRESHMENTS FOR EVERYON • II II • n • ||llBlHlPl«PHI|llPplifP|Pli»»»«.., i , , liU»r4*^#M<^ 4i ^'iijtUiif^a.Jw

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