Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 6
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Soldier from • •'.•-!' Irviigtoiis ii Viet Nam Irvirtoton — The Merle Chamberlains, Algona, received a letter from their son, Pvt. Terry Chamberlain Nov. 15 from Viet Nam. Terry, who recently visited his parents, left Travis Air Base in California, Nov. 10 by jet. They stopped in Hawaii, and were scheduled to go from there to Guam, but because of a hurricane in that area were taken directly to Japan, and then on to Viet Nam. Terry did not know when he wrotn <vhere his exact location would be but he expects to be'driv- ing a supply truck, at least for a time. Colin Voigt and Don Clapsaddle, both of Algona, who entered the service last summer at the same time Terry did, and have been with him since, have been sent to Germany where they are scheduled to remain until spring, when they reportedly expect to go to Viet Nam. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, if*? 88 YEARS OLD Mrs. Emma McConnell, resident at Good Samaritan nursing home, Algona, had her 88th birthday Sunday. Visiting in the afternoon were the Joe McConnells, Armstrong, the Donald McConnells, Nemaha. and Francis McConnells, the Bill Robinsons, the Francis Metzens, the Raymond Met- zens and Floy Neal, Colorado group were Sunday supper guests at Raymond Mean's. 'Floy Neat went home with the Donald McConnells for a few days.. CAST 1$ MrMOVSD Mrs. Oliver Knudsen went to Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, where the cast on one ankle was removed. Mrs. Knudsen fell at her home here Sept. 27 and broke her ankle in three places. She has been getting around with a walker and more recently a cane. The Irvington Vouth Pel- 1 lowship met at the church last week Thursday evening. Don Canaday had the devotions. The film strip "The Laving Word," was shown and held over to be shown to the Sunday school Sunday. The Fellowship drew names for Christmas and Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Ronald and Ray Chamberlain served lunch. The Bernard Kunkels, Wesley, were Sunday visitors at Orville Thill's. Mrs. Alex Eischen, St. Benedict, left Sunday for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Anton Becker, St. Joe, who was released from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday. Mrs. Eisohen returned home to St. Benedict Wednesday. Fun and Do club met Thursday with Evelyn Froehlich. Most members were present with Mrs. Dennis Lynch, Bancroft, Mrs. Oscar Froehlich, Mrs. Donald Besch and Mrs. Al Bormann guests. At 500, prizes went to Laura Becker, Linda LoU Ftoehlich and Deloris fibffnftffft. There will not be i ttgttfif club WHttoJi lti ; December bat the huibtndi and wives .Christmas party will be Dec, ii at the Imperial cafe in Bode. Mrs; Dennia Lynch is a former' member, former residents of the Irv ington area. Herbert Roseflau, Irvington, visited Saturday with his bro< t.iors Alvin and Lloyd Rose* nau at Lakota. • ••••••••MMMMMMt Lu Verne BRAYTON-WEBER WED Miss Jeanne Ann Brayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton of Sheffield, formerly of LuVerne and Robert Kenneth Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weber of Dougherty exchanged nuptial vows on Saturday, November 4 in St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Dougherty. Father Reicks performed the 1:30 p.m. double ling ceremony. Mrs. James Me- Laughlin played the wedding marches and accompanied the soloists, John Compton of Sheffield and herself. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Miss Beverly Levitt, of Sheffield was bridesmaid. The bridegroom chose his brother, Ronald Weber for his bestman. Ushers were were Dale Brayton, brother of the bride, and John Loken, both of Sheffield. A reception was toeld in St. Patrick's parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mullin of Dougherty were dining room host and 'hostess. Miss Donna Robinson of Sheffield pour- WIN CASH PRIZES LISTEN TO HILAND TATER QUIZ MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY - 9:30 ON KLGA Radio-1600 kc '.:. -ft,::- ALSOHEflR -'..'.' - : . "^ ^' f . 6ARRIGAN BASKETBALL GOAGH STEVE McCALL ON COACHES CORNER -SATURDAY-11:06- «d punch. The decanted tiered ^wedding .cake, cut by. Ihd brtde and groom irtd wW Uw cWfee w*» *etv«d from the kitchen. Wattfeatel were Linda (kurthtvd of CUtr LAke, P»m Atkinson arid ItoM e« Steele of Sheffield a^id Re#n« Murphy of Dougherty, Saint AM drete pnp*& and served the refreshmentii. Marilyn LaRoque of Sttef* field waa in charge of ttie guest book, Shari Rust UK) Judy Heiman Were in charge of, gifts, Gift porters were Mary Mullin, Patty and Diane Brayton, sisters of the bride. For going away the bride wore an apricot dress with a corsage of bronze mums and pink roses. After a short 'honeymoon to Minneapolis, Minnesota, the couple is at home at 321 North Monroe, Mason City. Mir. and Mrs. , Weber are both attending Ndrth Iowa Area Community College and tlhe groom is also employed at Sukup Miami* faoturing Company in Sheffield. Guests attended from Superior, Wis., Hayfield, Minn., Alia Vista, Staceyviiie, West Liberty, LuVeme, Elma, Fort , Dodge, Clear Lake, Mason City, Sheffield and Dougher- ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed EUch«n have moved to LuVeme. They are now residing in the Emmet Knary home. Mr. Eischen is employed by the LuVeirne Crop Service. V«rn Daley ef LuVern* won the stereo and Gary Me- Dortald of Algona, the radio at the Legion Feather Party held in the Legion Building Friday evening, November 17. Mr. and Mrs. John Kobly of Zumbro Falls, Minnesota were weekend guests in the .home of John's parents, , Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly. Mrs. Melvin Kubly was the honored guest in the home of her daughter and family, <Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and children of Corwith. Sunday evening at a birthday party in her honor. Those present .were Mr. and Mrs. , Kubly of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Hutn- boldt and Mr. and Mis. Peter Riuberg of Fort Dodge. Moved & ieeortd*d Tnl ffl**tt«i *»- Id. Sfdfe ftdhfc, VWwMtnf * State Comm., Wbv>ldl«g .» ' 7.W •!3 LIM lrw..Ce., inMtfofM *..» £&,*& m.! 4 : rffrdftwCIK MvfNf*^ SjWtty *«*« Council ^'^'•> ' 'iiSp *.'••• f" Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in Sooclal S«sion Nov. 13, 19 67 Qt 5:S> wTot It! Sity ?° H with M °v° f Rr « ««« the t? 1 . in ° ««"*" member* protenf: Muckey. Andreasen, Elbwt, Nosh, Cook & Peirce. Absent: none. Special meeting was held in regarding the proposed relocation of Highway 169 within the city limits. Several residents attended the meeting along with a petition objecting to the proposed relocation. After corv siderable discussion the council adopted a Resolution authorizing the Iowa State Highway Comm. to hold a Pub. '« •]e o f'"8 or > the proposed relocation of Highway 169 within the city limits Here's why Wide-Tracking is catching on as the great American sport. The Great One'by Pontiac SCHULTZ BROS. SOUTH PHILLIPS ST., AiGONA MARK OF CU Ponliac Motor Division «»* . Sfofw OJpf « 0T ^_^^ --- ..J.^ »i AM^iMklAUM concwT ntry 0 ,J*"J3f^y "^ > WIT On ITW OpiJfQTlOfw Of munlelpol tofuM dlMMal fotllltlM, read to M» council* - .-., •.:*.Notice from tf* Boofd 6f SOp art of K6»«u»h County . of « meeting wfffi «h* tcwtell, tone the JoW Ambulelni* ft lfl*fftnty. Radio Facility AorMfflW*. wtll b* Mid Dee. 2 7, 1967 at 7:00 P»M. . _ Tht Mover reod a rtotUM ofa Dt- fenilvt . Driving. Progrom to bt htld of the Algeria Public HMh School from 7 to 11:00 PM on Nov. 21 ft 30, 1967. The Mayor read a tttter from the . Board of Education rtqutiting the - j City to contider the oatnlng ef E. Kennedy street from PWIIlpi fo Sam* pie street. This requnt wo* referred to the Planning ft Zoning Contrh. for study ft recommendation. Resolution approving the budget report for streets ft parking for 1968 wa* adopted. Resolution regulating the hours that the city dump will be open wat adopted. The noun approved are 7:00 AM till 6:00 PM and closed on Sundays with this to start Dec. 1, 1967. Letter requesting the vacating of several blocks of street in the northeast part of the city was read and referred to the Planning and Zoning. Authorized the City Clerk to advertise for bids to supply the city with gasoline for the year I96B. Resolution accepting sanitary ft storm sewer extension and authorizing payment was adopted. Mayor read a letter from the Cooperative Extension Service of Iowa State University concerting schools ' for newly elected Mayors ft councilmen. Moved ft seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Solory ............ 123.18 Smith, Solary ......... „ 254.66 Sands, Salary ..... - ---- 130.00 la. State Bank, Withholding 71.23 State Comm., Withholding . 7.93 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. ....... 55.00 IPERS, Ipers ------------ 22.75 Life Inv. Co., Insurance -- 73.65 Advance, Publishing ..... 150.15 Arwell. Rot Control ..... . 15.00 City Clerk, Prepd. Bills ... 9.47 W. Finn, Court Costs . ____ 128.00 Bldg. Conference, Duos — 5.00 Upper D.M., Publishing ... 42.12 Amy (jeering, Election Fee 13.00 Betty Schutter, Election Fee 13.00 June Nelson, Election Fee 13.00 Leoto Giegcl. Election Fee . 13.00 Ethel Loss, Election Fee ... 13.00 Rose Sigsbee, Election Fee 13.00 Mary Muckey, Election Fee 13.00 Burnetto Bohonnon, Election « Cffy,,, <,ti .. » lo.O. M. Mofl. Bank, Inter- DOTfOl truif, l«. Sfofe , WholJirtg ,' rV.- : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii to. 0. M. Not). Mf*, Inttfi ill .0 4 ?;|| IS ffTK. ^le^nWr! 417,58 L? m.n t ., it«., Sot. . Id. D. M. fio»l. tor*, Irv a^.j^.^-a . . r . Torfi'i «adK» » , Trof-O-T«ld, tlekt« .. Uff Eletfrle, Servie* C,,v ftoi '?;?§ 4.25 Fee Twillo Bartholomew, Election . Fee 1 Morjorie Bartholomew, :• Election Fee „ . Eva Dunlop, Election Fee .. , Lucile Sloniker, Election Fee Evelyn Wagner, Election Fee Elvera Kajewskl, Election Fee ... ; Lucille. Goetsch. Election Fee Elvene Streit, Election Fee Myra Ostrum, Election Fee Bernetta Wildin, Election Fee '._•_. : Dorothy Zeigler, Election Fee Laura Hough, Election Fee . STREET • Burtis, Salary Framboch, Salary .—. Giddings, Salary -.. , Helmers, Salary Loshbrook, Salary —..... Pergonde, Salary Wibben, Salary Madison, Salary la. State Bonk, Wholding . State Comm., Wholding — Soc. Sec.; Soc. Sec. IPERS, Ipers Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. Chemco Co., Supplies Cowan's, Cement Ft. Dodge Towel, Service .. 3 Funk Plbg., Supplies ... Greenberg's, Supplies _, 3 Miller Lbr., Supplies ---•..-.: ..S. Stebritz, .Mowing —..."> <• ROAD USE TAX ,U Algona Irnpl., Repairs . Arnold Motors, Repairs — Barclay Co., Shields 'Bowman's Eng., Repairs — Conoco, Diesel Oil > Cook's Welders, Supplies . ;6ibbs-Cook, Repairs Greenberg's, Repairs Hilton's, Tire t Tube Kossuth Motors, Service .. M. Mueller, Repairs Notl. Chemseorch, SuppliM Sonkey Sond & Gravel, Asphalt .1 Sunroy DX, Gas & Supplies Taylor Motors, Broke Shoes Wallace & Holland, Eng. Fees PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary Day, Solary Hutchison, Salary .. Jorgemon, Salary -Schadendorf, Salary Thompson, Salary —....— Voigt, Salary Al Cutillo, Lube -la. State Bank, Wholding. . State Comm., Wholding • Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. * Trust & Agency, Pension Life Inv. Co., Insurance . A. Boekelmon, Expenses Greenberg's, Supplies —.— Ken's Auto, Service Kouuth Motors, Service .. Sunray DX, Gas . Tom's Radio & TV, Service City Clerk, Prepaid Bills . Advance, Publishing -,— Cook's Welders, Supplies .• Finn's Bakery, Supplies — KLGA, Advertising Schultz Bros., Wash Car .. Upper D. M., Advertisement Hilton's, Service & Gas — Algona Ins., Premium Diamond's, Belts Ft. Dodge Towel, Cleaning . Reid's Laundry, Laundry .. Fire Dept., Services SANITATION Gajte, Salary la. State Bonk, Wholding . ' Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. IPERS, Ipers City Clerk, Prepaid Bills .. Conoco, Diesel Oil Cowan's, Repairs ' Frederick Howe., Supplies . Laing's Plbg., Service N. Central Pub. Service, Gas ' Paint Spray, & Tree Trim., Service SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary Sifert. Solary Valley Bk. & Trust, Interest lo. State Bank, Wholding . State Comm., Wholding .. Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. IPERS. Ipers • ' Life Inv. Co., Insurance Bradley Equip., Supplies — Conoco, Diesel Oil Funk Plbg., Supplies . Greenberg's, Supplies —. Honsbrucn Drug, Supplies . Pratt Elec., Bulbs Railway Express, Freight — Dr. Schutter, Services Therrriogac Co., Lead Sieg Co., Supplies Trupfce, Services . City C'erk, Prepaid Bills .. RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00. 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 171.99 176.92 166.37 162.72 47.79 225.64 157.84 145.08 118.30 17.42 133.15 84.57 74.07 8.55 . 4.65 3.80 42.65 ... 30.61 ~ 3.30 10.00 1.44 8.41 4.25 1.50 72.73 23.25 158.28 5.93 24.11 10.81 35.80 34.40 65.70 412.77 10.00 2,079.58 304.60 240.58 269.78 246.40 193.70 237.34 245.02 14:40 246.60 40.84 163.26 22.14 144.82 6.00 13.92 79.80 5.31 245.65 5.00 3.37 58.50 1.50 23.29 25.50 3.00 50.40 65.07 11.87 1.76 1.50 8.46 720.00 88.84 5.10 8.98 7,14 8.96 9.55 9.20 5.53 4.14 9.17 30.00 365.35 188.07 123.75 41.80 10.95 51.81 15.12 31.27 3.32 66.46 2.13 40.82 4.59 4.02 9.11 3.00 4.95 10.15 44.84 3.26 155.31 I'lww'iCjnWfW 77.SO I* 0. M.*ItiwY.*•«*,*Tr*" L .| _ Bdhd ft trirtf, 34«.40 i-.i.*A**i.*A*i.^- fAHKIMS MITW HI.7S B. -toll, >*MlOf! 7#.50 330.50 ........ *. to . W tW AMone Ko»*ufh CouMy Advonetj. Altfona, lows, November 23, 19«7, 2 BIG NOVEMBER 24TH A 2STH 1A Classic bulkies with holiday news in novelty knit styles! 6.99 Cuddlesome, quick care acrylic knits in a wonderful selection of •classic, cables, or crochet patterns with a hand-made look. All the fashion colors she loves. S, M, L. CHRISTMAS STORE OPENS FRIDAY NOV. 24 MONDAY & TUESDAY ONLY NOVEMBER 27 A 28 — HOURS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. PICTURES BACK BY DECEMBER 12TH ui Hfflft •\ BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH I* rixv riN-urs IXCIUJIVHY AT Beautiful 5x7' photograph, for only flli ^R^- N«n^l«r« Kn c NM. **" sr. 1 Do your baby-bragging with a beaufN fol photo,,, "worth more than a thou- sond wordi," Get a completely finished photograph for only 59*. You will not be urged to buy but if you wish the rt. mewing poses they're yours for j .35 for the first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 for any additional, AGE LIMIT 5 year;. One or two children ptr farmly will bt photographed singly fo, 591 each for the first picture. Each add!, tionel child under five,!,50, v Bjustrom's 42nd Anniversary Sale Continues This Week CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SAVE 40% - 50% -60% - 70% AND MORE BIG SAVINGS BJUSTROM FURNITURE Co. Algona, la •••^•^••^•^•••^•1lHlM^^^lBl^s^K^tTVaT^^s^sV--fv^«ir^s^s^iSBS9sa-*^r^^Vfli^i^BI]BeMTsrV Bs^s« -^^m.tw-^****mf=^m^^r^*^*^f-*>—~—m —- . . ,.,, . ,._^^—•™™.«^_U^_JBHE^___^L ._ ^g *"* '^^^•V "\ HLTt I -

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