The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 28
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6—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 13, 1967 My ma Ewoldt, Wed June 17 In Whittemore Ceremony Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lee Meyer who were married June 17',at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. Mrs. Meyer is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt, Whitte- more, and Mr. Meyer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of Wliittemore. Details of the wedding were published in the June 29 issue of The Algona Upper Des Molnes. Work Force In State Up; So Is Quit Pay Iowa's civilian work force reached 1,234,100 in May with over 70 per cent of the 35,000 gain from April resulting from increases in agricultural hired workers, self-employed workers and unpaid family members. According to the Iowa Employment Security Commission, seasonal gains were quite evident in non-farm employment, which rose 5,000 from April to 842,300 in May. Manufacturing employment declined 1,800 over the month. Labor-management disputes delayed the usual slight April-May manufacturing rise, the commission said. Non-manufacturing employment increased more than normally expected and added 7,200 workers over the month. Improved weather conditions increased construction employment 3,200. Service and miscellaneous employees rose 2,300, twice as much as usual for the April-May period. The Iowa unemployment rate was 2.1 per cent in May, compared to a national rate of 3.2 per cent. Unemployed entrants to the work force increased unemployment 900 from April to 25,600 in May. Insured unemployment, the number of weeks of unemployment benefits claimed by covered workers, totaled 5,691 in April. This was a drop of 1,106 weeks from April. However, compared to May 1966, insured unemployment increased 2,199 weeks. The average weekly wage of Iowa's manufacturing production workers dropped $1.89 from April to $122.36 in May. The hourly rate also dropped 3 cents to $3 an hour. Less overtime and labor-management disputes were responsible for both declines. During May, the manufacturing accession rate exceeded the separation rate for the first time in 1967. May accessions totaled 44 while separations totaled 41 per 1,000 manufacturing employees. Twenty-five of the 41 separations were quits. St. Joe Man Is Winner Of A New Car ST. JOE - Eugene Thul was winner of the 1967 Mustang at the 1967 Lanciers annual Drum Corps festival at Dodger Stadium in Ft. Dodge Friday evening. - o - David Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bormann, returned home Saturday from University Hospital where he underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown and family, Lake City, Minn., spent the weekend here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and family. The McKeowns are formerly from here and are planning on moving to Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner spent the weekend with their son, Franklin Wagner, at Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Franklin Wagner, Bobby and Chuck, Mesa, Ariz., are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PatDoerning, Algona, and with Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, St. Joe, this week. Carol and Larry Salz, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz, Ottumwa, formerly from here, are visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding took their daughter Sharon to Sioux City where Monday she started work at the postal finance office in the IBM department. Sharon is a 1966 Garrigan High School graduate and of Mankato Commercial College. Patricia Ann Thilges, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Jr., born June 29, was baptized Friday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Therman Pruitt, Colorado Springs, Colo., aunt and uncle of Patricia Ann, were sponsors. Looking for a Home? A Realtor can help you find just the right home, and we can help you finance that home with a home loan tailored to fit your individual needs. Realtors are experts in helping people find the right home. Savings and Loans are experts in financing that home for you-they're Number One in home financing. Current Riti - PirYiir 0 on Piiitaoik w livings 5r< Currint Hit* PirYiir /% on a Month V Invtftmtnt Clrtlficitii Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accovnti Fully Iniur.d to »1},000 Puibook feviofi-fert From Tht Iftn - Earn From Tb« lit fcYtofi CtrUfloatM-Itn From Th« D»y You lavtrt SINCI If 17 - AIQQNA, IOWA Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation ML.MUiiH 01' TJIL SAVl.NGS AND LOAN J'O L .NUA11O.N, INC. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and David, Jefferson, S. D.,were weekend visitors here in the home of Mrs. Chicoine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding. A family gathering was held at the Reding home Sunday, with Janet Reding from Colorado Springs, Colo., arriving here Saturday for a week's visit. Phyllis Wiegand Of Burt Will Wed, August Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Pergande, Salary 216.71 Sifert, Salary 158.33 Wibben, Salary 154.07 Nitchals, Labor 103.66 N. Smith, Labor 86.58 la. State Bk., Wholding 119.20 State Comm., Wholding 14.96 Brown Supply, Signs 21.35 National Chemsearch, Supplies 93.02 N. W. Bell, Phone 10.50 SW Petroleum, Supplies 50.20 ROAD USE TAX H. M. Brown, Repairs . . . .100.50 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 62 Cont. Oil Co., Diesel Oil . . .35.57 Sankey Sand & Gravel, Asphalt 351.00 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 302.98 Day, Salary 161.00 Hutchison, Salary 186.32 Jorgenson, Salary 200.02 Schadendorf, Salary 164.98 Thompson, Salary 148.09 Voigt, Salary 176.70 Wllley, Salary 47.80 la. State Bk., Wholding . .. .144.60 State Comm., Wholding 21.41 Trust & Agency, Pension . . .15.91 A. Boekelman, Expenses.. .114.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 3.18 Gopher Shooters Sup., Primers 12.51 Ken's Auto, Service 14.75 Kossuth Motor, Service . . ..15.65 National Chemsearch, Paint 34.65 N.W. Bell, Phone 22.93 Fire Dept., Services 372.00 D. Meyer, Expenses 47.62 E%. petersen, Expenses . .. .21.65 Sleg Co., Power Jack 137.70 D. Meyer, Salary 14.34 SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.84 Courtney, Salary 105.91 la. State Bk., Wholding 5.10 American Pipe Cl., • Services 2,493.90 Brown Supply, Grates . . . .276.00 Ctty Clerk, Adv. Cash 1.68 Triangle Chem., Disinfectant 46.95 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 220.10 Nauholz, Labor 83.48 la. State Bk., Wholding 13.70 State Comm., Wholding 3.12 Algona Grain & Feed, Supplies 2.95 City Clerk, Nails 36 Lemkee, Expenses 9.00 National Chemsearch, Supplies 87.85 N. W. Bell, Phone 11.85 RECREATION Cooper, Salary 138.15 Bartlett, Salary 93.06 Clark, Salary, .72.21 Erpeldlng, Salary 77.68 Johnson, Salary 93.06 Taylor, Salary 69 - 95 Walsh, Salary 86.04 Olson, Salary 186.94 Parrott, Salary 69.95 Parsons, Salary 62.12 Bob Slgsbee, Salary 96.08 Boldridge, Sr., Salary . . . .155.31 Boldridge, Jr., Labor 81.34 la. State Bk., Wholding 96.90 State Comm., Wholding 6.45 Big Bear, Inc., Repairs . . . .2.54 Carson's, Paint 669.14 N. W. Bell, Phone 17.43 DEBT SERVICE Valley Bk. & Trust, Interest "77.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 209.25 Nauholz, Salary 75.72 la. State Bk., Wholding 36.40 State Comm., Wholding . . . .4.65 Trust & Agency, Pension . . .2.50 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 1.05 Traf-O-Teria, Tickets . ...131.89 Farm Show Set A site has been selected for the 1968 Farm Progress Show in Greene County, Iowa. Host farmers will be Robert and Roger Clause, who live 3 miles east of Grand Junction on North side of U. S. Route 30. Dates for the 1968 show are Oct. 1, 2, and 3. The show site must be chosen more than a year in advance so preparations can be started. About 50 acres of the Clause farm will be seeded down for the central exhibit field. More than 275 exhibitors are expected, including all the major suppliers of farm equipment, seed, feed, chemicals, buildings, and other items. To New Post William "Bill" Fredin, former principal of Corwith-Wesley High School for 7 years, has accepted the superintendent's position of the Arnolds Park school. Before he was married he used to play the guitar and now he just picks on his wife. At one time the Alamo was claimed by the City of San Antonio, the Roman Catholic church and the U.S. Government. PHYLLIS WIEGAND Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Wiegand of Burt announce the engagement of their daughter, Phyllis Grace, to Richard Stockwell, son of Mrs. Alice Stockwell and the late Clarence Stockwell, Laurens. An August 20 wedding is planned. Council Minutes i The City Council met in regular session June 28, 1967, with Covm- cilmen Cook and Miller present. Absent: Peirce, Muckey, Elbert and Anclreasen. Due to a lack of a quorum the meeting was adjourned to June 29, 1967, at 7:30 p. m. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in adjourned session with Mayor Pro Tern Peirce and the following coun- cilmembers present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook and Miller. Absent: Mayor Finn. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Two liquor applications and one beer application was approved by the Council. Seven cigarette permits were approved. Colony Inn's application for the sale of cigarettes, bee rand liquor, was denied. Resolution approving the appointments of judges and clerks for the coming special TV cable election was adopted. Algona Cemetery Association annual report was read and placed on file in the clerk's office. H. Smith, Engineer from Mason City, la., discussed with the council the report submitted by American Pipe Service of the sanitary sewer on No. Jones street. It was the opinion of the council and engineer that some of the sewer will have to be replaced before the highway widening project of the State Highway Commission. Mr. Smith was authorized to meet with the district urban engineer of the State Highway Commission at Mason City, la. and report back to the council before any action is taken. Authorized the mayor and city clerk to sign the application to the State Dept. of Health for the extension of the sanitary sewer in the east part of the city. Resolution authorizing joint services and facilities agreement with the Board of Park Commissioners was adopted. Councilmen Muckey, Miller and Cook were appointed by the Mayor Pro Tern as members of the joint board with the Park board. Discussion was held concerning ambulance service for the city. No action taken at this time. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 257.12 Sands, Salary 130.00 la. State Bk., Wholding 71.23 State Comm., Wholding 7.93 Arwell, Service 15.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 17.90 W. Finn, Expenses 14.70 Kossuth Mutual, Rent 10.00 N.W. Bell, Phone 36.41 D. 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