16-Algona, (lo.) Upper Das Moinet Tueidoy, May 16, 1967 P0ft 1(111(1 Clllfa Will Have A Picnic In June Council Okays Survey Of Sewers For East Algona The first major rain storm of 19G7 here Wednesday was followed by a meeting of the city council that evening — and one of the main items of business pertained to a project aimed at bettering the sanitary sewer setup in the eastern portion of the city. From reports, the eastern portion of Algona is not the only one needing improved sanitary sewer service — as many residents experienced backed-up sewer problems that night in their homes. However, the council approved the investigation for infiltration for residents in that part of the city - and at least if s a start. Such a survey, which is already underway, includes every day checks at various points in the area - and eventually a TV camera wil work underground in an effort to find cracks, etc., in the existing sewer lines. Some areas have been reporting water back-up for several months, although the problem doesn't compare with those in the same general areas several years ago before new lines were installed and the system improved. Another sewer problem discussed by the council had to do with an intake at the intersection of Call and Smith streets. It is probable it will re-designed to handle water better. A trash pump, which can be used to get sludge out of sewers, was purchased for the street department for $570 and the council also bought a generator for the same crew for $702. An offer from Herman Wise of Corwith to purchase a lot owned by the city at the corner of Elm and Main streets was read and City Clerk Dave Smith was authorized to advertise the land and set June 14 as the date of hearing for the sale. Mr. Wise offered $1,350 to the city. The council also okayed a trip by Mr. Smith to the Iowa Finance Officers' meeting in Des Moines this week and authorized a quit claim deed to Bituminous Material and Supply Co. Juniors Fete Seniors At Garrigan Prom "Moonlight and Roses" was the theme of the Garrigan Prom held last Thursday evening. The junior class was host to the senior class, with Sister Mary Alfred, moderator of the junior class, advisor. Music for the Prom was furnished by Freddy Fredricks and about 200 students were in attendance. The crowd of onlookers was the largest ever attending. Parents of officers of the junior class served as official chaperones. Jack Muller is president; Steve Reding, vice-president; secretary, Marjorie Froehlich; treasurer, Tim Molacek; Susan Elbert, social chairman; and Barb Winkel, historian. Chape rone parents included Mr. and Mrs. Gene Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winkel, Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Molacek, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reding. Refreshments in the form of a buffet supper were served during the evening in the school cafeteria, with sophomore girls dressed as French waitresses. Punch was served from a wishing well. Guests were ushered into the gymnasium through a trellis decorated with roses. The gymnasium had a large mural about 9 x 40 feet, which contained a large moon, reflected in the water, with a spotlight trained on it. On the stage was a fountain, picket fence, lawn furniture, garden, and many roses used. Against a midnight blue ceiling, there were 1,000 stars. Before the facade of a colonial house, there was grass on which lawn furniture and tables had been placed. Large rose trees occupied one corner, while a lily pond and white wrought iron furniture was in another. A number of love seats were used to seat those who wished pictures taken. Lydia Huber, 89, Services Friday Funeral services for Lydia Huber, 89, of Buffalo Center, who died Tuesday at Timely Mission Home, were held Friday at St. Patrick's Catholic church at Buffalo Center. Burial was at Graceland cemetery. Mrs. Huber was born Jan. 12, 1878, at Iowa Falls, la. She lived there until she was 14, then moved to Wesley and later to Buffalo Center. She has been a resident here for 50 years, living at Timely Mission Home for the past three years. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Marie Bockling of Independence, la., and Mrs. Dorothy Welter of Corwith. Irvington Ideals Host Mothers April meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club was held in St. Benedict school. Mary Harig presided. The pledges were led by the hostess, Sharon Hix. New business was planning the Mother's Day Tea, May 20. Barbara and Nancy Mayer and Frances Jenkinson were chosen to send invitations to the mothers. Talks were given by Lynn Klein, Mary Harig and Denise Jenkinson. PORTLAND - Four corner Social Club met May 2 in the home of Hazel Carroll. Ten members answered roll call, "A flower or bulb exchange". Leona Haase was a guest. A picnic was planned to be held June 4, each member to bring a hot dish dessert and sandwiches and own dishes. Flossie Bartlett will take care of the cool ade, cream, sugar and coffee. Ice cream and cones will be furnished by the club. Viva Ringsdorf and Marilyn Bengston each received a birthday gift from their secret sisters. The remainder of the afternoon was spent visiting. Lunch was served by the hostess. There will be no July or August meeting. - o - Relatives from a distance attending the funeral of Howard Sparks were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dawson and family, Casper Wyo., Mrs. Minnie Larson, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swanson, St. Paul, Mrs, Esther Johnson, Oakes No. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fixon and Ruthie, Wahpeton, No. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Page, Kanawha, M.r. and Mrs. R. P. Young, Traer, Bonnie Young, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lauer, Macksburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B;iker, Lake Crystal Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ehrhardt, Austin, Minn. Bernice and Zada Altwegg, Spencer, Mrs. Frank Biegger, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reding, Lu- Verne. Bob Hendersons and son of Algona were Wednesday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. M.r. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended a birthday coffee Friday evening in the Harvey Larson home in honor of Harvey's birthday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buffington, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and LeAnn, Mrs. Effle Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arend. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended a birthday dinner on the Quinten Bjustrom home in honor of Mrs. Otto Harlan's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family visited Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Scott's brother the Orville Mullers, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosse and Randy were Sunday dinner guests in the Martin Zimmerman home, Wnittemore. Mrs. Edmund Larson went to Burt Seniors Tour * Graduation Set May 23 In ancient times, ivory was valued next to jade. BURT - Plans for the commencement and baccalaureate services for the 1967 graduating class are completed. Baccalaureate services will be held at 8 p. m. Sunday, May 21, in the high school auditorium, with Rev. Merlin C. Davies, pastor of the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches delivering the baccalaureate message. Commencement exercises will be held at 8 p. m. Tuesday, May 23, at the school auditorium. The commencement address will be delivered by Don Cox, Des Moines, associate superintendent of Advanced Education of the Department of Public Instruction of Iowa. Twenty members of the senior class of Burt held their annual "Skip Days" trip Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The three days were spent in Minneapolis and St. Paul. They toured many places of interest including the Ford Plant, Hamm's Brewery, Arts and Science Building, Pearson Candy Co., Sibley House Museum, the airport and Como Park. They also attended a Twins baseball game and Ciner- ama. Accompanying the group were Principal Dean James, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrick and Paul Hasse. Mason City Sunday evening where she entered Park Clinic and expects to be there all week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Theesfield and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Theesfleld and family were W°d. to Fri. guests In the Jack Tieman home. They came for the funeral of Henry Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow were Saturday evening visitors in the P. W. Marlow home. William Gifford and Phyllis were Sunday dinner guests in the Marlow Tom Trenary went to Iowa City to Veterans hospital Monday for a check-up. He returned home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H^nryEisenbarth and girls of LuVerne were Sunday visitors in the Robert Wood horn 3. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth and girls of LuVyrne were Sunday visitors in the Robert Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neaves of Beverly Hills, Cal . spent a week visiting in the Bernard Meister home. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Neaves and Mr. and Mrs. Meister spent the weekend at Fayette with Eugene Meister who attends Upper Iowa there. They attended two ball games Saturday afternoon between Wartburg and Upper Iowa. Upper Iowa won both games. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neaves of Beverly Hills, Calif. were Tuesday supper guests in the Dennis Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett were Thursday supper guests in the Bernard Master home. ' ' A drunkard is a man who commits suicide on the installment plan". Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa/ May 3, 1967, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Allen Buchanan, Melvin Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt. & Ira Kohl, Sec. Absent was: O. B. Harmes. The minutes of the meetings of April llth and 17th, I.9C7, were read and approved as read. Motion by Bay, seconded by Buchanan, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye ', Buchanan & Bay. Voting "Nay" none. Motioncar- ried. LIGHT FUND Pay Roll, Pay Roll . . .$2,793.93 Milton Bilyeu, Labor . . .281.58 Wilbur E. Brunei-, Labor 205.26 David Van Ginkel, Labor 154.21 Jerry Parsons, Labor . . .140.64 Marlin Meehlhause, Labor 110.05 Iowa State Bank, Tax .. .1,017.93 Treas., State of Iowa, Tax 146.75 Soc. Sec. & Ins. Fund, Tax & Ins 468.14 North Cent. Pub. Ser. Co., Gas 8,293.22 Fulton Iron Works Co., Supp 100.00 Cooper-Bessemer Co., Supp 12.74 Jack D. Elliott, Supp. . . .43,32 Fort Dodge Ind. Towel Ser., Ser 7.24 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co. Supp 3.68 R. J, Funk, Supp 62,47 Standard Oil, Supp . . . .17.34 Diesel Ser. Co., Supp . . .65.90 Cook's Welders, Supp . . . .5.61 Greenberg's, Supp 13.87 Arnold Motor, Supp 1.25 Iowa Elec. Supp., Supp 2,156.49 Westinghouse Elec. Supp. Co., Supp 1,533.06 Elec. Materials Co., Supp 818.09 Burmeister Elec. Co., Supp 310.42 Terry-Durin Co., Supp 425.52 MC Sales Inc. Supp 16.15 Elbert's Enco, Gas . . .100.38 Struecker's Conoco, Gas 105.63 Joe Bradley Eqpt., Repairs 62.08 Dau's Garage, Repairs . . .37.50 Frederick Hdwe., Supp. . .23.32 McKesson & Robbins. Supp 51.00 Buscher Bros., Eqpt. . . .700.00 Algona Ins. Agency, Ins. Prem 49.71 Farner-Bocken Co., Supp 53.75 T. James Palmer, Exp. . .5.32 Modern Business Eqpt. Co., Ser 20.00 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Ser 89.99 Standard Printing Co., Supp 5.75 Penney's, Mdse 14.84 KLGA Radio, Adv 89.70 Algona Reminder, Adv. . . .44.90 Advance Pub. Co., Adv 152.31 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Pub 109.88 Petty Cash, Misc 11.67 Charles Volk; Exp 5.00 Treas. of the State, Sales Tax 800.00 WATER FUND Pay Roll, Pay Roll . . . .493.50 Walter Peterson, Labor 212.66 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 174.90 Marlin Meehlhause, Labor 26.10 James Sires, Labor 49.12 Iowa State Bank, Tax 176.50 Treas., State of Iowa, Tax 17.55 Soc. Sec. & Ins. Fund, Tax & Ins 75.31 McKesson & Robbins, Supp 306.15 Cook's Welders, Supp. . . .61.50 Water Tower Paint & Repair Co. On Contract 665.00 Waterous Co., Hydrants 1,026.96 Iowa Mach. & Supp. Co., Supp 24.90 Homelite, Supp 50.17 R. J. Funk, Supp 27.41 Greenberg's, Supp 1.21 Coast to Coast, Supp . . . .10.17 Frederick Hdwe, Supp . . .10.57 Pratt Elec., Supp 15.23 Sherwin-Williams Co., Supp 51.09 Elbert's Enco., Gas 23.30 Struecker's Conoco, Gas .. .30.91 Hawkeye Safety Eqpt., Supp 18.93 State Hyg. Lab. Ser 40.00 UARCO, inc., Supp 5.78 Advanced Sys., Inc., Supp 61.21 T. James Palmer, Exp. . .23.94 Electric Dept., Labor . . .42.45 Petty Cash., Misc 2.90 Reding's Gravel, Ser. . . .592.50 DEPOSIT FUND LeRoy Kepler, Refund . . . .5.00 A resolution approving a contract for engineering services with Buell & Winter Eng. Co., Sioux City, la. on waterworks improvements, was passed, approved and adopted. Next meeting date was set for May 15, 1967, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. IRA KOHL SECRETARY ALLEN K. BUCHANAN PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD.
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