Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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View of new Good Samaritan Home EXTERIOR of the new Good Samaritan Home in Algona is shown in the above photograph. The grounds will be seeded and landscaped later this year Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. '315,000 building will house 60 persons Dedication services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 13, for the new Good Samaritan Home. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. the same day. Three years ago on June 6 a meeting of interested persons got together and a board was selected to formulate plans for the new project. As a result the $315,000 building with $50,000 worth of equipment is ready for occupancy when the open house is over. It will accommodate 60 persons in 27 double and six single rooms. In looking back, 0. L. Nasby, manager of the Home, reflects that the biggest problem was one out of his hands — a year ago the winter was so bad that a late start was made in the spring. Thus the anticipated opening is much later than he had hoped. THE LOCAL board consists of 14 members; they elected the Executive committee who are M. H. Honsbruch, chairman; Bob Peters, vice-chairman; C. W. Conn, treasurer; Russell Buchanan, secretary. Three wings open into a central area where the dining, rec- river valley, polling hills irid 5 to the horizon, i '•.'•''•'•'' ' rcational, chapel are nurses station located. The and nurses station is encircled with fiberboard grill work in alternate colors of turquoise and brown. The ceiling in this area has wooden beams. The windowed dining area overlooks farmland, the Des Moines river trees The ultra modern efficient kitchen is located just left of the dining area. All of'th'e equipment is stainless steel. The refrigerator has three compartments with pah slides; the range has six elements, a double oVeh and a hood over it equipped with an exhaust fan. There is also a dishwasher and garbage disposal which is installed on a stainless steel drain board. At the entrance of each wing is a day room in which are several occasional chairs, stationary rocker, and lamps on tables. THE DOUBLE rooms are ,equipped with two beds, chairs, closets, bedside tables, wastebaskets, one half-bath, and a c*. bicle drape to giye privacy. A£ rooms have separate th'ermb- stats for heat control. The single rooms have the same equipment but there is a large wardrobe with sliding doors and also a desk. Each room is wired with facilities for TV-FM, telephone, thermostat, and ! a switch to control a Wll light for an attendant. An intercom system to the nurses sta- tion is provided for further installation in each room. Each wing is equipped with a large room for baths, either tub or shower with a spray attachment for shampoos in both the tub and shower. Along all of the halls are hand rails. A treatment room off the central area is equipped for nn operating beautician and barber. The entire building is operat- .ed by electricity. .Filtered air is available with 'an air. exchanger for purification. ' , THE LAUNDRY room is equipped with two 25 pound capacity automatic washers and a large dryer, plus a mangle. Sewing facilities will be in the same room. Water heaters and softeners are located on the lower level with the laundry room. A 500 pound capacity dumb waiter moves up and down from the same level. A large store room for storage of food is provided also. The coloring of the entire interior is restful, but not drab. Drapery hues are picked up from the wall oposite them. The other walls are neutral in color as are the floor coverings. The structure meets the re- cfuirements of the State Fire Specifications. It has been fabricated with fire preventive features. A registered nurse will be on duty 24 hours a day along with other personnel. The rates charged for the residents will be under supervision of the local controlling board. — —-U 4 — Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID cireuletienl Titonka sends 20 pupils to speech contest Titonka — Twenty students from Titonka high school took part in the district speech contest at Lake Mills. T/hey rated Interpretive Poetry: "Charlotte Seebeck I; Jo Ann Engelbart I; Cheryl Cunningham II. Interpretive Prose: Ruth Beed I; Brenda Brandt I; Glen Bartelt II. Dramatic: Judy Isebrand I Dorothy Seebeck I; Charlotte Seebeck II. Humorous: Brenda Eden I; Jeanne Gingrich I; Leon Pannkuk I. Radio Speaking: Brenda Eden II; Linda Higgins II. Story Telling: Judy Isebrand I; Rose Stecker II; Karen Brandt II. After Dinner Speaking' Brenda Brandt I; Mike Pearson II. Oratorical: Arlys Pannkuk II; Linda Gingrich II, Keith Rode II. Extemporaneous Speaking: Carol Haach II; Arlys Pannkuk II; Allan Janssen II. Mrs. Edward Brandt, speech director, accompanied them. CLUB HAS PROGRAM Titonka Federated club met Thursday at the library with Mrs. Cleo Nelson and Mrs. Doris Sathoff, hostesses. Mrs. Frank Fisher gave a review on the bopk, Biography of^Pearl Buck. Mrs. Robert Sinclair *|ave a short lesson on the book, The Joy of Children. MEN SERVE PANCAKES Methodist Men of Titonka sponsored a pancake supper Friday evening. The Herb Klasses have returned from their winter vacar tion in Florida; Mrs. Mary Oesteffeicher and son Louis are again at home fol^ lowing several weeks in south* western states, western Mexico and Texas. They also went to New Orleans and-- the Mardi Gras. The Carl Gieskings and Henry Maylands Jr. are touring Florida for a few weeks. Mrs. Minnie Larsen had as guests Sunday the Lewis Lar- sens and the Fred Jennings. Afternoon visitors were the Glen Larsens, Wm. Speichers, Joe Bpekelmans, Anita, Patricia and Diane Moore, all of Titonka, and the Verner Laus, Klemme. Titonka Woman's club met Thursday at Mrs. Sadie Denton's with Mrs. Mary Budlong assisting. Mrs. Laura Nicholson gave the lesson on America's famous festivals. The Master Melodiers, students at Morningside College, Sioux City, were at Titonka Methodist church Feb. 27. They sang selected music and one of the group, J. Gregory Glark gave the sermon.' The Jr. and Sr. MYF were invited to the Doan church where the Melo- diers led a singing session. Aabout 50 young people from Titonka attended. Moled envelope to tn« offieft of "fh« County Auditor of Kossuth County, Ko*- suth County Court House, Algoho, lowo, on or before the. time for receiving bids as stated above. All proposals shall be accompanied by a check, certified by on lowo bonk, |n an amount not less than ten percent ) of the bid, payable to the County 701 vi ii IT; LSIU. ^/uyviwit; lu i r ic 1 v»uui 11 y itor, Kossuth County, Iowa, or his order, the amount of be forfeited If the which check shall ......_. _ bidder neglects or refuses to enter into contract or to furnish bond offer his proposal shall have been accepted. The Joint Board of County Supervisors reserves the right to reject any and all bids, offers, or proposals submitted and to waive informalities in any bid, and to accept the proposal which it deems to be to the best interest of the drainage district. The Joint Board of County Supervisors reserves the r.ight to defer acceptance of any proposal tor a period not to exceed twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the letting. The Contractor will be paid In drainage warrants on the basis of monthly estimates and one final payment In accordance with the provisions of Sections 455.110 and 455.113, Code of Iowa, 1962. Warrants will bear interest at the rate of four percent per annum from the dote of their registration at the office of the County Treasurer until called for The 'successful bidder performance bond seventy-five (75%) shall furnish a arftduflt of ftf CO eon tract price, which 'bond si .. .... .,_,,,.. _. ._ ti , ,.,,,, ..on. ..... I 4W&II b» Pate Alto-KoMuth Dfainoae District the requlrerhents of S*iffOrV *5S. of lowo, "*2. and whiehbond drown 'in fovof of (Iowa) Joint County the' Contractor shall ..eomrhenc* .construction on or b«fore October 1, 1966. He shall complete all excavation on or before May 31, 1967, and shall complete all other work covered by the contract, including spoil bonk leveling, on or before June 30, 1967. Plans and specifications ore now on file in the office of the County Auditor of Palo Alto County, Emmetsburg, Iowa, and in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Algona, lowo. Copies may be obtained from (Cruse Engineering Service, Spencer, Iowa. A. deposit of $10.00 for each set of plans and specifications will be required all Of which will.be refunded to bona fide bidders who bid in their own names provided plans and specifications are returned in good condition within fifteen days after award of the contract. The full amount of the deposit will be returned to all other parties provided plans and specifications are returned in good condition within five days after the date Of the bid opening. No refund will be made for plans ond AL00NA (lewt) AtrVAMCI THURSDAY, MARCH 10,11 not fituftwd ffdneis Huflhw County Auditor 1 , Palo Alfcs Coumy, Matt Moon • County AUtfifO^ Kessut H . Couhty, Published in th« AWofld K . County Advance,, AlflCMKl, low*, March )0 dhd 17, 1966. NOTICI Of LttTINC Scaled bids will be received Office of the. County Auditor, -A Iowa, until 2:00 P.M., Moreh 23, for fufniihing Kossuth County - wl* 120,000 bd. ft. common fir bridge and 30,000 bd. ft. creosofed fir L plonk. 1 Bids will be received at the Jam* tirrip for 7,000 lin. ft. of eor*r«t« 6*'eorrufc Oofed iron culvert pipe. " ' f Bidding blanks and additional Informal tlon may be secured at the off fit Of th» county engineer, Algona, Iowa, • » More Moore ' ? County Auditor j < 'i I March 7, 1966 Published In the County Advance, March 10 and 17, Al Kouutfl BEST WISHES TO THE GOOD SAMARITAN HOME Legal Notices NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Joint Board of Supervisors of Palo Alto County, |owa, and Kossuth County, Iowa, will receive sealed bids at the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, in the County Court House at Algona, Iowa, until the 5th day of April, 1966, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Central Standard Time, for furnishing labor, materials and equipment required to make repairs to Palo Alto-Kossuth County Joint Drainage District No. i at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The ditch to be repaired is located in Riverdale, Garfield, Whittemore, Lotts Creek and Fenton Townships of Kossuth County and Independence Township of Palo Alto County, Iowa. The proposed repair work starts in the southwest quarter of Section 32, Township 94 North, Range 29 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Riverdale Township, Kossuth County,) and runs thence northwesterly along the main open ditch of Palo Alto-Kossuth County Joint Drainage District No. 1 (formerly Lotts Creek) to a point in the east half of Section 12, Township 97 North, Range 31 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Independence Township, Palo Alto County,) a total distance of approximately 32 miles. Major items of work to be performed consist of clearing approximately 200 trees and approximately 1,500 square rods of brush, excavating approximately 39,100 cubic yards of earth from the ditch bottom, levelling approximately 9,500 linear feet of old spoil bank, installing 13 surface drains, and miscellaneous associated work. Bids, to be considered, shall cover the complete work specified. If a contract is awarded, all work specified will be included in one contract/ " All proposals shall be submitted in duplicate on a proposal form which shal be provided by the County Auditor or the Engineer and shall be delivered in a WE WERE PROUD TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO HANDLE ALL OF THE — Electrical Contracting Electrical Fixtures AND INSTALLATION OF ALL .... Electric Heat UTT ELECTRIC i 1 !*! "Complete Electrical Installation and Repair Service" CALL 295-2223 ALGONA ^•%%wsssw^^ Congratulations to the Good Samaritan Home on your outstanding addition to Algona BEST WISHES ON YOUR DEDICATION AND OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 13 »»»»»»»»»»»»» »»»»+»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»+»+»»»»»+++»»»»»»»»»»++++»»»»+ i * WE WERE MOST PROUD TO HAVE BEEN GENERAL CONTRACTORS ON THIS BIG CIVIC IMPROVEMENT Four Generations Building for a Better Algona COWAN CORP. !*>' "! ll ; :| •. "BuiMing with AlfQN sine* 1869" NORTH LANTRY STRUT "Formerly Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co," 5-5266

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