The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1967
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6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinet Thursday, May IS, 1967 Thursday, May 18, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Miss Swea City Contest Will Be Different The Swea City Commercial Club has announced a change in this years "Miss Swea City" contest held in conjunction with the Junior Fair and Field Days. This year, the queen will be known as Miss Kossuth-Winnebago. The local commerical club holds the franchise for a pageant preliminary to the "Miss Iowa," and "Miss America" pageants. The pageant board has announced that this year's pageant will take two days as the number of contestants entered is more than doubled. Towns that have indicated they will be presented are Algona, Armstrong, Burt, Buffalo Center, Crystal Lake - Woden, Fenton, Ringsted, Swea City, Thompson, Lake Mills, LuVerne, Rake, Forest City, Lakota, Ledyard, Tltonka, and Wesley. This year's Miss Swea City, Linda Hoeppner of Lakota, will take part In the Miss Iowa page ant at Davenport July 19-23. The Junior Fair and Field Days are to be July 20 and 21. A full two days of events are being planned as in the past four years, with 4-H exhibiting livestock; flower show and parade the final day. LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Busch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Busch and family, Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reese at dinner Sunday in observance of Mother's Day and their daughter Julianne's birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.TimDoocy were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Engelby and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schwab and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doocy and family, Diane Doocy, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kockler and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelby and family. Mrs. Doocy received Mother's Day greetings via telephone from Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Doocy and family at Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hagen and family at Brownsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doocy and family, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Mrs. Jake Kockler of Swea City. The Doocy's also celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson, Lyle, Eldon and Dale attended the Grace Lutheran church in Fairmont Sunday morning. Keith Hans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans, was confirmed during the services. They were dinner guests at the Hans home along with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wetzel. Council Minutes The City Council met in regular session with Mayor Finn and the following Council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Cook, Miller and Peirre. Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Offer to buy a lot owned by the city at the corner of Elm ami Main for $1,350.00 by Herman Wise of Corwith, la. was read to the Council and the Council authorized the City ch-rk to advertise same for sale and set June 14, 1907 as the date of hearing for sale of said lot. Authorized the purchase of a Trash Pump and Generator for the Street Dept. The Council gave approval to proceed on the Sanitary Sewer investigation for infiltration in the east part of the city. Authorized the City Clerk to attend the Iowa Finance officer's meeting In Des Moines next week. Discussed storm sewer intake at Call and Smith street. Resolution authorizing Quit Claim Deed to Bituminous Material & Supply Co., was approved. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 243.97 Sands, Salary 130.00 la. State Bk., Wholdirig 71.23 State Cornrn., Wholdirig 7.93 Life Inv, Co., Insurance .. .3V,18 W. Finn. Court Costs 61.00 Advance, Publishing 37.62 Reminder. Supplies & Printing . . . .75.29 Arwell, Rat Control 15.00 City Clerk. Adv. Cash . . . .1.25 Koch Bros., Supplies . . . .4.75 IBM Corp., Supplies 2.25 Upper D.M., Publishing . ..31.77 STREET Burtis, Salary 1C9.96 Frambach, Salary 174.89 Helmers, Salary 147.02 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Pergande. Salary 216.71 Sifert, Salary 162.82 Wlbben, Salary 155.30 la. State Bk., Wholding .... 100.90 State Comrn., Wholding 14.60 Life Inv. Co..Insurance . .. .69.22 Cook's Welders. Oxygen . . .".50 Ind. Towel, Service 4.97 Frederick's, Supplies 4.19 Funk Plb., Supplies 11.60 Miller Lbr., Supplies 6.22 National Chemsearch, Supplies 145.89 Taylor Motor, Truck .. .2,796.00 North Central, Gas 33.71 ROAD USE TAX Arnold Motor, Bulb 1.42 Big Bear, Inc., Supplies . . .1.39 Bowman's, Repairs 4.00 Bradley Equip., Supplies . .18.91 Chemco Co., Solvent . . . .43.40 Cowan's, Supplies 28.94 Greenberg's, Repairs 3.38 Hilton's, Repairs •-. .7.25 Miller Lbr., Supplies . .. .213.99 P & MStoneCo.,Chips. .1,840.56 Reding Gravel, Labor . . . .71.25 Sherwln-Williams, Paint 22.35 Stinray DX, Gas 114.23 Sankcy Sand & Gravel, Asphalt 129.15 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelrnan, Salary 289.83 Day, Salary 207.47 Hutchison, Salary 229.28 Jorgenson, Salary 246.67 Schadenclorf, Salary 222.60 Thompson, Salary 180.41 Volgt, Salary 231.51 Willey, Labor 7.65 la. State Bk., WhoUllng ... .215.00 State Comm., Wholding 35.11 Trust & Agency, Pension.. .20.48 Life Inv. Co.,Insurance.. .134.97 Algona UDM, Subscription . .5.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 10.32 Gopher Shooter's, Supplies 143.65 Greenberg s, Supplies . . . .35.39 Hutxell's, Supplies 5.76 Ken's Auto, Service 31.69 Kossuth Motor, Supplies.. .25.70 Sunray DX, Gasoline 95.68 Tom's Radio, Service . . . .10.84 Harris Fire Co., Lens . , ,15.00 UDM Publ., Advert 13.23 Fire Dept., Services 342.00 Hilton's, Supplies 13.25 SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.84 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .5.10 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . . .1.25 Cowan's, Concrete 12.53 Miller Lbr., Supplies . . . .45.65 National Chemsearch, Supplies 525.70 Reilly Bros., Labor 11.00 North Central, Gas 11.85 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 192.02 Lemkee, Salary 296.78 la. State Bk., Interest 22.50 la. State Bk., Wholding ... .48.00 State Comm,, Wholding . . ..9.90 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .29.17 Auto-Gro, Refund 4.14 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . . .4.67 Conoco, Diesel Oil 99.98 Frederick's, Supplies 9.62 Funk Plbg., Supplies 6.96 State Health Dept., Op. Cert. .2.00 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 155.31 la. State Bk., Wholding 7.50 State Comm., Wholding 1.13 Life Inv. Co., Insurance ... .8.01 Algona Flour & Feed, Seed 38.00 Bowman's, Oil 1.30 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 19.19 Frederick's, Rake 2.68 Hutzell's. Nets 14.18 G. Klyn, Roses 354.87 National Cliem., Supplies 68.56 , /o ,00 50 ,25 75 DEBT SERVICE Security State Bk., Interest , . .168 Davenpor'. Bk. 4 Truj. , Interest 349 Iowa D. M. Natl.. Interest 77 Security State Bk. Interest "6 la. State Bk., Interest.. .1,183 la. DM Natl., Interest . . .281.25 City State Bk.. Interest.. .217.50 Merchants Natl., Interest 77.50 la. DM Natl., Interest ... .745.00 la. DM Natl., Interest . . . .33.7-3 Decorah Newspaper s. Interest 5C.25 First Natl., Interest .71.00 Security State, Interest . . .77.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 337.42 Nauholz, Salary 55.07 la. State Bk., Wriol'Jing . . .65.30 State Cornrn., Whol'Jing . . .10.22 Trust i Agency, Pension . .4.40 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .2&.17 Fl'Jlar i CiiamUrs, Receipts 120.T5 Rockwell Mfg., Repairs . . .17.21 Sherwiri-WUllwns, Paint &.00 Utt Elec., Seivi'.fe .... ..216.1i LIKE Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday PEOPLE WHO / UKE HOOD'S VING3 CENTER CUT HUGH ROAST 'v- #•' w ROUND BONE ROAST BUDGET STRETCHER (TRY THESE ON THE GRILL) CHUCK STEAK ARM CUT SWISS STEAK STERLING BRAND SMORGASBORD PACK ARMOUR'S TOP CERVELAT MORRELL PRIDE SLICED BEEF ARMOUR'S STAR lUCIEjji_BACOII LOTTS CREEK LONGHORN CHEESE RUPERT FRESH FROZEN QCEAN[PERCH GREENLAND FRESH FROZEN HALIBUT FILETS tit 1-LB. BOXES tit SUPER VALU CAKE MIX GEISHA MANDARIN ORANGES lor NESTLE'S QUIK 2 LB. BOX RED OR RUSSET POTATOES NEW CROP CALIF. VALENCIA ORANGES CALIFORNIA IITTUCE - . COOK/B SUPER VALU FLAVORITE BROWN OR POWDERED ! SUGAR PEACHES • • ^r • v • *^ APRICOTS HAPPY HOST CANNED GOODS FLAVORITE PEANUT BUTTER KJ_S_SE_S SUPER VALU PORK & BEANS - BUTTER BEANS NORTHERN BEANS - RED BEANS RED KIDNEY BEANS - CHILI BEANS HOMINY - SPAGHETTI | FLAVORITE FROZEN ! VEGETABLES tt * ALL EXCEPT ASPARAGUS & BRUSSELS SPROUTS 3 FLORIDAGOLD FROZEN SIZE 300 CAN MARIGOLD NO. _ VANILLA BLACKBERRY' ^ ICE CREAM KING-SIZE TUBE BRYLCREEM •* # * ORANGE JUICE 6 FOR C SILVER JUBILEE Bri 'ng The Kids rf *|* *f» *(C 9|( rJC rf* ?|* rfV 9|* *f* r|V r|* r|S *|* *|* ^* ^» 9|* *|^ *|* *|* *|* ^R »|ft *|*r^*^^*^^^»r^*J*^^*^%^'»r|%rJ>r|*r|*r|'»r|^r|>r|* r|* »|'» r|» ^* rj> r|% *^ *|» PINK LADY LIQUID DETERGENT 32 OZ. SUPER UALU SP-O'R T SB Area Modified Driver Takes Spill And Cash A modified stock car driver from Algona, Gene Schattschneider, was responsible for much of the excitement - and also claimed some of the prize money at the first night of racing at Jackson, Minn. Speedway Satur- <l,t\ night. Gene, who drives cars on all tracks in the area, rolled his speedster in the back straightaway on the first lap of the second heat, then came back after the re-start and wound up third. Jim Edgington, another well- known Algona pilot, was one of the top winners as he won the trophy dasli and took a pair of seconds - in the second heat and A Feature. Another pair of area drivers, Leo Christensen, West Bend, and Bob Fisher, Renwick, also captured thirds during the program, Christensen in the first heat and Fisher in the A Feature. St. John's Is 4-3 Loser; Out Of Meet In a District playoff game that was tied going into the ninth inning, Bancroft St. John's lost to Granville - Spaulding, 4-3, Won. night. hi the ninth inning, the winning run came in from second on an error. Bancroft had three runs on three hits and committed five errors. Dick Diers was the starting pitcher for the Johnnies and was relieved by Steve Vaske in the sixth inning. The Bancroft pitchers whiffed 13 and walked eight men. Tom Nemmers, John Meyer and Lanny Kissner accounted for Bancroft's three hits, all singles. In State Meet Garrigan's medley relay team will run at 3 p. m. and John Winkel will run in the open 880 at 3:15 Saturday in the class A State Track Meet at Eagle Grove. The meet begins at 1:15 p. m. SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines at the UPPER DES MOINES PUD. CO., Algona. (30tfn) KossufhFans | To See First i Races May 26 Area race fans will get their first chance to see the latest in-> super stock cars when Kossuth-j Speedway's opening event of 1%7j is held at the fairgrounds Itere ; Friday night, May 26. Dwight Cook, operator of the. 4 local track, said this week that, more than 45 cars are registered with vehicles expected to come j from a large area to run here. Drivers expected, besides a large ; number from this immediate vi-. cinity, are from Ames, Mason City, Ft. Dodge and Northwood., Practically every community in. north Iowa will be represented here this season. ] Time trials will be held again this year after a season in which, they were not featured. Trials, are slated for 8:30 p.m. each; Friday, with the first heat race on tap at 9. For the first time, convert!-, bles will be allowed, and some of the engines to be featured are in the <100-plus cubic inch category. All in all, it looks like a big season. Place Sixth Algona High's Fresh-Soph track team finished sixth in the Conference meet at Webster City Tuesday. The 2-mile relay team placed first for the Bullpups, while Mark Olson wound up : second in the mile run. SCA Grades Visit Various Algona Firms The students of St. Cecelia's grade school are meeting the community this week. May 1519 is entitled, Know Your Community Week. Each grade is visiting a different place of business to learn just how the community helps us dally while the students are preparing for the role that someday they will be asked to fill. The following grades visited the places of business listed below: Grade 8 - Algona Court House Grade 7 - Weidenhoff Corp. Grade G - Publishing Plant Grade 5 - Universal Mfg. Co. Grade 4 - Telephone Office Grade 3 - Water and Electric Plant. Grade 2 - Post Office Grade 1 - Police and Fire Station Faculty - Directory Service. Eskimos carve figures from the ivory of walrus taks. OLD T-V HARD ON YOUR EYES? A poor television picture can hamper the vision of both children and adults. Don't lake chances . . „ WHY WAIT- CALLUS.. 295-3215 Protect your family's eyes with good T-V viewing I 18" RECTANGULAR COLOR T-V $O38 per week— fc NO DOWN PAYMENT total - $299,95 with trade ilectronic Specialties 616 Diqqonal St. Algona

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