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-Afgena l^pii* D*s , June 29, 1948 ffona, Iowa. Section 2. - ORDINANCES' .*EREWtTH, BE,'IT ORDAINED BY tHE CITY CjOtWCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA Secthin 1. That there be and Is fereb* crealotl within Hie City of, Al" )B..Iowa, a SANITARY SEWfiR blS- ICT,, the boundaries tit which shnll be the boundaries of the City of Algona. Iowa, and the area of which Shall be all of the area contained wlthifi the corporate limits of the City of AI--, -. That all existing ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith be. and the same are hereby repealed. Section 3. That this ordinance shall be In force and effect from and alter Its passage and publication as provided fay' law. Passed, adopted, and approved this 241 h day of June. 1948. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk The foregoing ordinance No. 302 is hereby duly authenticated that 24th day of June. 1!I48. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mavor ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of a proposed Resolution of Necessity for the construction of sanitary sewer extensions in and for the Citv of Algona, Iowa: Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, held on the 24th day of June l!)4n, there was intrbduced --. on fjte a Resolution 01 neYeirtafter set forth, which and tiofr by Tfife rm' to be hela In th'6 Cornell Chamber 6f t)K Citv Hall in said City, at 7:30 o'clock P M., on the 22 >dav of July, 1048, nt which time and place the owners of property subject to assessment for the cost of the proposed 1m'- provements may ttppe'rif ancMnake objections, .if any they have, to the contemplated improvements 'and to the adoption of featd Resolution^ at wbich time said Resolution may be amended and adapted.pr adopted as proposed. Notice is further given that there Is on file in the office of the Citv Clerk a copy of the proposed Resolution of Necessity, a plat and schedule showing the location of the Improvements, the Sizes and types of sewers and accessories, and each lot or part of lot proposed to be assessed, together with the valuation fixed, by the City Council of each such lot, riart of lot,'or parcel of ground, an estimate of cost of the proposed improvements stating the same for IM tvr>e Of construction con- 'emplated, and the kinds of materials o bo used, and In each case the amount thereof, which is estimated to )c assessed against each lot, part of ot or parcel of ground. The form of • proposed Resolution is as fol- Resolution of Necessity For' Sanitary Sewer Extensions op r.,XJ ,,„ - t i, 0 Cltv r-, Hln n(| of the City of Algona, Iowa, on its own .lULIUll. That it is deemed necessary .and acl- •isable to bu'ild. construct and put in i--~ ~~..i*,t,-, tn»^<ir ir <J"Mfn,' nv'^M^ioMS ind improvements, as hereinafter clc- i^juu mtu au>ii£ me loaowing arts of streets and locations treets, «jilrl IN McGregor Street McGregor Street McGregor Street Nebraska Street Nebraska Street Nebraska Street State Street State Street State Street State Street Call Street Cull Street Call Street Call Street Call Street North Street North Street North Street North Street North Street North Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Lucas Street Linden Street Linden Street Linden Street Linden Street Elm Street Elm Street Oak Street Oak Street Oak Street Commercial Street Commercial Street Commercial Street Commercial Street Spruce Street Spruce Street Spruce Street Poplar Street Poplar Street Poplar Street Locust Street Locust Street Locust Street * Chubb Street Chubb Street Harriet Street Harriet Street Phillips Street Phillips Street Woodworth Street Woodworth Street Woodworth Street Wopdwortli Street Durant Street Durant Street Roan Street Main Street ' Main Street Main Street Main Street Main Street Main Street Main Street Main Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Johnson Street Main Street Elm Street Elm Street Elm Street SCHEDULE OF STREETS 8" V. S. P. Sewers FROM Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Durant Street Roan Street Ackicy Street Woodworth Street Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street Heekart Street Woodworth Street A point 250' W. of Roan Street Roan Street Aekley Street A point 200' W. of Heekart Street Heekart Street A point 240' W. of Durant Street Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street A point 200' W. of Heekart Street Heekart Street Woodworth Street A point 17B' W. of Durant Street Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street Woodworth Street A point 200' W. of Roan St. Ronn Street Aekley Street A point 125' W. of Aekley Street Aekley Street Aekley Street Main Street Jcrhnson Street A point 325' W. of Aekley Street Aekley Street Main Street Johnson Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Jerome Street Harriet Street A point 580' S. of Chubb Street Chubb Street A point (ISO'S, of Chubb Street Chubb Street Call Street North Street Lucas Street Linden Street McGregor Street Nebraska Street Linden Street McGregor Street Nebraska Street State Street Call Street North Street Lucas Street Linden Street Elm Street Oak Street Commercial Street Spruce Street Poplar Street Locust Street Walnut Street Maple Street Commercial Street TO A point 225' W. of Roan St. Roan Street Aekley Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street • Woodworth Street A point 250' E. of Woodworth St. Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Heekart Woodworth Street Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Heekart Street Woodworth Street A point 150' E. of Wooclworlh St. Durant Street Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street A point 132' E. of Woodworth St. Roan Street Aekley Street Main Street Aekley Street Main Street Main Street Johnson Street Putmnn Street , Aekley Street Main Street Johnson Street Putman Street Aekley Street Main Street Johnson Street Aekley Street Main Street Johnson Street Aekley Street Main Street Johnson Street Harriet Street Phillips Street Chubb Street A point 250' N. of Chubb Street Chubb Street A point 170' N. of Chubb Street ' North Street Lucas Street Linden • Street Elm Street Nebraska Street State Street Elm Street Nebraska Street State Street Call Street North Street Lucas Street Linden Street - Elm Street Oak Street Commercial Street j Spruce Street I Poplar Street Locust Street Walnut Street Maple Street Mound Street A point 200' North of Commerical Street Main Street Lift Station A point 80' N-E of 12"_y.S.P. Sewers Mi " n St '' Cet Durant Street Roan Street manholes located at street intersections The gravity sewers are to be built of double-strength salt-glazed vitrified clay sewer pipe of bell and spigot pattern with 'wye" connections for each property to be served. The joints between adjacent sewer pipes are to be sealed with hemp or oakum gasket and Portland cement mortar, or the equivalent of such type of joint constructed of bituminous material. The all junctions and terminal points are to be of concrete base construction with brick or concrete walls and fitted at the surface with east iron rings and manhole covers. Approvi- mately 25.122 feet of 8" inside diameter vitrified sewer pipe and 500 feet of 12" inside diameter vitrified sewer pipe are contemplated. All "wye" connections are 6" inside diameter. A portion of the cost and expense of making and constructing said improvements shall be assessed upon and against all the privately owned property abutting thereon, and all adjacent benefited privately owned property within 150 feet of the said improvement. Such assessment shall also be made against any railroad companies whose tracks, station grounds, or right-of-way are located thereon, abut thereon, or are adjacent thereto the same as other privately owned property. The proposed plat and schedule of assessment showing the estimated cost of the improvements and the estimated amount to be assessed against each lot part of lot or parcel of ground on account of the proposed construction is now on tilt- for public examination in the oll'ice of the City Clerk. The method of construction shall be Roan Street A point 150' E. ot Roan Street by contract. It is the intention of the City Council to issue soecial assessment bonds as provided by Section 39G.6 of the Code of Iowa 1946, in anticipation of the collection of the installment of the proposed assessments, and it is hereby provided that unless property owners at th» time of the consideration of this Resolution have on file with the Clerk objections to the proposed assessments, they shall be deemed to have waived all objections thereto. Be is further resolved that the above and foregoing improvements are here- b.v'proposed to be made and constructed that this proposed Resolution, except for this paragraph, is hereby set down for further ahd iinal hearing and consideration and determination at the meeting of the City Council to be held on the 22 day of July, 1948, at 7:30 o'clock, P.M., in the Council Chamber in the City Hall in said City, and that the City Clerk be and slit- is hereby instructed to cause notice of the pen- dency of said Resolution and the time and place where said proposed Resolution will be considered for passage and adoption and objection to the same and to the construction of said proposed improvements heard, to be given bv publication of this notice and Resolution in the Algona Upper Des Moincs, a weekly newspaper published in said City, as required by Statute, in the manner and for the time provided bv law. Proposed by the City Council of the -ity of Algona, Iowa, at a meeting held on the 24 day of June, 1948. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor Advcttiitmcnt From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh. Pampered Farmers If the folks in our town were Jess tolerant, they'd he really burned up over that nationally circulated article on "pampered farmers," describing: them as living off the fat of the land. From where I sit the farmer is anything byt "pampered." If he's better off today than twenty years ago it's because he's worked hard tq improve the quality and quan- tjty ot his production. Take Bert Chi|ders, f«r r example. Bert is up at four in the morning, tq get the milking finished—and ploughing or harvesting, depending on the season, until sundown. In (he evening he finally relaxes with the missus over a moderate glass of. beer. And the farmer today's not only temperate in his habits, like Bert's evening glass of beer ... but tolerant in his opinions. So he'll probably say of that article, "somebody got the facts wrong," and just let it go at that. ^.%u% , United S«f( fi Brwers Foundation UM Officers Are Elected by OifosenPosf r- The Leist-Veerkamp Post No. 535 held a regular meet* ! ng last week Monday evening, 'During the 'business election of Officers was held: Commander, Kugene Struthers; vice com- (•nahder, Mike Coyle; adjutant, Richard Kinseth; finance officer, VicFor Meyer; sgt.-at-arms, Virgil Enockson; chaplain, Jens Bierg; historian, Marold Sundel, p lans and a discussion was also held on a building for this groupi A. special meeting will be held his Monday evening for further Miilding discussion. f. B. Meeting Held The Waucosta township Farm iiireau held a regular meeting in 'he Ottosen school on June 14, romnnmitv singing opened the necting. The program was: Vo•al duet, bv Henry Meyer and Charlotte OppedftlU, Sc-hmidt Pliyjis Zinnel,- Ruth, son, Long. Sirthday Obseml Friends and neighbor^, of Mrs. Roy Telford dropped in 1 Friday evening -_-,-,- -„. birthday. They ,WeTN Mrs. K«rmlt Iw"*- ' Mr. ahd Mrs, M, *•< family, Mr. apdkrt. ^ K?:? Mj»s,%i"StifiCy".i^iHfi^_'T' , 4 *~ j.aiu*- A-*^'at *•** ^^ftffe-i'' - *• Sunday "djsftef gnesta • at the OliverKlrtteth home andL'MtA Oivtti ^HfiM *ftd ; $wte .HJFttfi A*h3tf H.&AMii,*' 1 ^TSiniT** ^ *«• vt >#%! »W:W«&>fi»«* Mr. arid Mrs. Edwfata,., famity, Mr. and Mrs; 1 and Bernard and Mr. Eugene Hofius. Mrs. TSu_ _.„ entertained a group of. ladies oft Thursday afternooti. 1 Eh$'y were Mrs. Edward '2innel, M&. Mike Coyle, Mrs. 4 Mi v F, ''M^yer, Mrs. Oliver Lee, MKk CJeorgg Bruell' man, Mrs, K%ffiit Fowler' and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Ttt0 after noon was * '' 4 " * fee was s spent visiting and cot- served by 1 the. hos'tess. Celabraic.a Birlhday Little Carrie' Mae McMahon celebrated her fourth bir.thday on, ITriday afternoon of this week. Helping her celebrate were Mrs. Oscar Oppe,dahl and children, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Jerry, Mrs. M- O. Kinseth Jr., arid Mrs. Daniel BELTS for HOME, FARM and SHOP MACHINES 1 When you buy frfim us you get more than' a famous Gates Belt-^-wltH it we offer you a James Fowler, "Freckles" and James* Barber and children "of. 'Baseball Game Song". They'West Bend. wore accompanied bv Kermiti Fowler on the guitar. Vocal solo Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Coyle of bv Ralph Jacobson, "There is a Truman, Minn., were 'Sunday Little Pine Log Catiin"; "Cam- dinner guests at the Mike Coyle pai£?n Speech", given,in German home, dialect, by Victor Meyer; vocal' solo, by Barbara Long, "Bells of \jt Mary's"; Levi Olson gave a tTTt on the Farm Bureau insurance program. The Meyer-Jacobson quartet sang, "Sidewalks of New York" an,d "The Band Played On". The next regular meeting of .this group will be September 13 at the Maple Lawn school. The program committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Milford Zeman and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Adams, The menu committee is Messrs, and Mesdames Ernest Jensen, Glen M. Carlson-, Merle R. Carlson, Fred Boyden Jr., Don Moore and Lowell Jennings. The topic for the evening will be "Iowa Wildlife Conservation", by Floyd Ro- kenbrodt and "Our Farm Bureau Services", by Ralph McBurney. Benefit K. B. Game The Ladies' kittenball team, organized earlier this year under management of Roy Enockson, has played two games with I Rolfe. The first game played at Rolfe resulted in a loss to Rolfe of seven to six. In a return game plyaed at Ottosen the, Ottosen ladies defeated the Rolfe group 23-5. A benefit game will be played Monday evening at Rolfe and a game has been scheduled with Humboldt at Humboldt for Thursday evening. Playing are ftp. ahd .Mrs. fit. rf., v|ftj$hter\ -Janice • of lalfd M»? 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