The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 8
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8—Algena (la.) Upper Des Moines Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Julia Taylor's birthday- anniversary was observed last Thursday evening at a dinner. Guests were neighbor women who comprise a club which meets to observe the birthdays of the various members. CLUB HOSTS Mrs. 0. B. Laing and Alvena Miller entertained their birthday group at dinner Saturday evening at Van's and from there attended the play at the high school. An out-of-town guest was Winifred Bisbin-; of Cedar Falls, friend of Miss Miller. DAUGHTER IS 17 Helen and Pamela Moo .UK! Evehn Haack were supper guests Nov. 18 at Mr. ojid Mrs. Richard Groen's in observance of the daughter Cynthia's seventeenth birthdrn The evening was spent at cards. IS TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins have received the announcement and invitation to the wedding Dec. 1 of their granddaughter, Cheryl Hutchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hutchins, to Steven Becker. Both parties live at Hutcliinsou, Minn., where the wedding u-ill take place. MR. AND MRS. Don Myers and family will be Thanksgiving dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins. MR. AND MRS. FermanHeinen spent Sunday at Moorland with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John. MRS. MARY OLSON and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deibler spent Sunday at Britt with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoover. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley will have as Thanksgiving guests the latter'sbrother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins, Rock Rapids. MRS. MARY DEVITT has been visited by her niece arid husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prouty, Newark, Ohio. KAY SHEEVER, who taught in the school system here last year and lived in the Roy Hutzell apartment, spent Saturday here with them. She now teaches at Ankeny. MR. AND MRS. William Allen have been visited the past week by the latter's mother, Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City, who also visited with Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. Mrs. Cook left for Minneapolis to spend Thanksgiving with friends. MR. AND MRS. Webb Fowler will have as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nixson, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jensen. MR. AND MRS. James Allen will be Thanksgiving dinner guests of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. MRS. MARY OLSON will be Thanksgiving dinner guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover. ALVENA MILLER is going to Cedar Falls to spend her holiday vacation and the weekend with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. They will be joined Thanksgiving by other relatives. NAMES SANTA REMEMBERS: BRAND NAMES FOR BOYS AND MEN * Arrow Shirts * Munsingwear Sweaters * Botany All Weather Coats * Jerks Sox * Suits by Botany & Hyde Park * Work Clothes by Osh Kosh & Key * Jackets & Car Coats by Sport Chief * Dress Trousers by Haggar * Casual Slacks by Haggar & Mr. Hicks * Gift Certificates New merchandise arriving daily for a large selection of Christmas gift ideas. Keleher - McAdams CL 0 THING (formerly lenders) Algona, Iowa SUPT. AND MRS. 0. B. Laing went to Des Moines last week via Mason City and there were joined by the latter's sister, Mrs. Grace O'Brien, who had been visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goslin, and was taken to her home at Des Moines. Surit. Laing attended a convention of superintendents and school board members. Robert "Black and Jack Limbaugh were the Algona board members who attended the meetings. Supt. and Mrs. Laing were guests of Tom Burns at Clear Lake one day last week. Saturday, Supt. Laing attended a meeting at Hampton. MR AND MRS. Beecher Lane will have as Thanksgiving weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiebusch and family, White Bear Lake, Minn. MR. AND MRS. George Jergens, Jr. and family, Des Moines, will spend Thanksgiving with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens, Sr. MRS. HAZEL LUSBY left Nov. 21 via plane for Corona Del Mar, Calif., where she will visit a month with her daughter, Marguerite Dalziel. MR. AND MRS. William Kading left Monday for Utica, Mich, and will spend a two-week vacation with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlow. EARL RICH left Sunday for a visit till after Thanksgiving with relatives and friends at Dekalb, 111. MRS. HAZEL VERA plans to visit her aunt, Mrs. Iva Wold at Estherville, one day next week. She had as dinner guests Thursday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera, Buffalo Center. - THURSDAY dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner will be Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelley and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld and family and Mrs. Barbara Krug, West Bend. MR. AND MRS. Walter Erdman • will have as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ernst and family of Muscatine. MRS. MARY BARRY was dis- nfissed from St. Ann Hospital Saturday and is now at Good Samaritan Home. MR. AND MRS. Everett Anderson were visited last weekend by their son Earl and wife of Des Moines. They will have as Thanksgiving guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson and family, Covington, Ky., and Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. William Becker, Bancroft. The son Tom will be spending the weekend at Amity, Mo." with his fiancee Cheryl Thompson, who is doing practice teaching there. Richard Becker, brother of Mrs. Anderson and son of Mrs. Becker, will also be here for the holiday, coming from Wichita, Kan. MR. AND MRS. Joe Heinen of Humboldt have twin sons, Bruce and Brian, who will be two years old in February. Brian had recent surgery at Memorial Hospital, Mason City, to correct a crossed eye. He had made excellent recovery and the eye will be normal. Joe is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen, who have recently been with the family. MRS. MYRNA ORTON, who has been at Terra Haute, Ind., for several months, has written friends she plans to be in Marshalltown to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Orton. MR. AND MRS. Donald Hutchison, Dr. and Mrs. R. K, Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith of Burt will be Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lacy at Burt. MRS. BERTHA POMMER will spend Thanksgiving at Woden with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and will be joined there by other members of her late husband's family. MR. AND MRS. Don Dahlberg, Laureas, will be Thanksgiving; guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner. LOVERN JOHNSON will go to Lime Springs to spend Thanksgiving with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Johnson. HELEN COMFORT will spend her Thanksgiving vacation at Onawa witli her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Comfort. MR. AND MRS. V. L. Guilder will spend Thanksgiving at Ames with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stoot- berry. GRACE KOUBA and Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster spent Thursday at Clear Lake with Mrs. Viva Ames, cousin of the late Mr. Hofmaster. The Hofmasters lived there a number of years ago. MRS. ANNA HILLENGA Spent Thursday at Britt with her sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson. Newest Sexton Resident Feted By Neighbors SEXTON - Gina Marie Hovey, the newest Sexton resident all the way from Korea, must think American life is just one big round of parties. She arrived at her new home with the Clair Hoveys just in time to take in Halloween Tricks or Treats, which she greatly enjoyed. She has been guest of honor at two "baby showers" the past week. The first was given by the ladies of the Baptist church of Algona and the second by her new neighbors in Sexton. Gina is enjoying her new life so thoroughly she has begun using the American language to express herself. - o - After finishing basic training in the Navy and a leave at home, Tom Gatton has returned to his base in California where he has started training as a medic. His brother, Joe, has also finished basic in the Army and been assigned to Fort Rucker, Ala., but without benefit of a trip home. He is making strong plans to spend Christmas here with the family. Joe has been assigned to a fire-fighter unit for further training. The boys have also hinted pretty strongly they are a little homesick and letters from back here do help. John Stratton was quite sick over the weekend with an infection but with the help of modern drugs was in shape to enjoy a lot of surprise company. His sister, Mrs. Charles Prochaska and niece, Mrs. Darwin Prochaska stopped in on their way from their home in Mallard while going to visit another sister, Mrs. Floyd Hatch in Northwood. Mrs. Hatch has been confined to a nursing home there after suffering a severe stroke this summer while visiting here from California. On Saturday evening Mr. Stratton's sister, Mrs. Gus Norte and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Norte of Waterloo stopped on their way to Fenton where they planned to visit Mrs. Norte's relatives. On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stratton stopped to see his father after visiting Mrs. Stratton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will in Sibley. Mrs. Will was to enter the hospital for a week for treatment of a lung condition. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach are saving their final farewells this week before leaving happily after the latest snow flurry for their winter in Arizona. They have a one-way train ticket, not because they won't be back in the spring, but they are just not sure there will still be trains running six months from now as hard as it is to get connections anymore. The nicest thing about the last snow this week was seeing Mrs. August Kirschbaum out sweeping it off the front steps. It's one good sign things are back to normal after she has spent most of the fall recovering from surgery. Corn picking is well along and looks so much easier with the big equipment in the fields. But it probably wasn't a great joy to Evert Steven as he is getting the job done with some mighty uncomfortable ribs after a fall across a beam in the corn crib. That still doesn't explain that pretty sling Mrs. Steven has been wearing on one arm and we just refuse to believe the reason she is giving. At least one person doesn't believe the small town is done for. Ed Eischen is confidently building on a large addition to his station along the highway to make a mighty comfortable social gathering place for the fellows in the long winter ahead. Ed would still like to know who started that nasty rumor he was building a dance hall! In spite of the looks of it all there isn't a new business in town. Those big trucks parked here now are just being driven by Don PeCoy in his new job with an Algona trucker. The Sexton Friendly Club managed a grand turn-out for the October meeting so that much business could be completed. New officers are: president, Mrs. Clarence Huff; vice president, Mrs. Don Mains; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Art Klein. The club's annual dinner out was set for Thursday, Nov. 30 at the cafe in Burt. Members are to notify Mrs. Nell Opheim before the first of that week as to whether or not they plan to attend. There will be a Dec. 14 meeting at the home of Mrs. Clarence Huff so that ten boxes can be packed for the patients at the Woodward School. All members are to bring cookies, candy and a suitable gift from the list sent by the school. Anyone interested in becoming a new member should contact one of the officers before the new yearbooks are made. Council Minutes The City Council met in regular session Oct. 25, 19G7 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Anclreasen, Elbert, Nash, Cook. Absent: Peirce. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Sanitary sewer tap fee for Gary McDonald at 416 S. Williams St., was set at $100 and then allowed to tap on to the River View addition sewer line. Lloyd Ashland, representing Arwell, discussed with the council different methods that would help in the control of rats at the city dump. Class' C beer permits were granted to Hood's grocery and Swansons grocery subject to completed form submitted by Swansons. Mr. Solem, district urban engineer, discussed with the council the proposed relocation of highway 169 through Algona. The council agreed to have a special council meeting to consider the relocation and make recommendation to the district office of the State Highway Commission. Resolution approving the judges, clerks and polling places for the election to be held Nov. 7, 1967, was adopted. Mayor was instructed to send a letter of thanks to the Holiday Station Store for removing the sign, located on the corner of Phillips and McGregor streets. City attorney was authorized to notify Mr. Gisch of the termination of the lease of city property in the sewage treatment plant area. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. application for underground installation of telephone cable under highway 169 near the south city limits was approved. Authorized the Mayor to attend a meeting in Cherokee on local government problems and also to attend a meeting in Des Moines on juvenile problems. Algona Municipal Utilities quarterly report was read and placed on file in the City Clerk's office. Don Meyer, assistant fire chief, submitted his resignation from the fire department. Don Meyer is moving to Perry, la. Authorized the purchase of 110 gallons of weed and heavy brush spray at $7.90 per gallon. Authorized the purchase of a new checkwriter and protector at a cost of $119.50. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 268.15 Sands, Salary 130.00 la. State Bk., Wholding 71.23 State Comm., Wholding . . . .7.93 Soc. Sec.. Soc. Sec 56.32 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 22.75 Buchanan Abstract, Appraisal 15.00 IBM Corp., Maintenance.. .44.50 Koch Bros., Supplies 9.80 N. W. Bell, Telephone 20.19 D. Smith, Mileage 20.00 W. Finn, Expenses 34.00 STREET Burtis, Salary 165.67 Frambach, Salary 170.61 Giddings, Salary 179.54 Helmers, Salary 158.96 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Pergande, Salary 225.64 Wlbben, Salary 154.07 Madison, Salary 144.04 la. State Bk., Wholding ...111.50 State Comm., Wholding... .15.90 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 130.24 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 82.25 Anderson Chem., Supplies 356.25 Chemco, Supplies 264.62 N. W. Bell, Telephone 14.21 ROAD USE TAX B. Wibben, Sidewalks 138.00 W. Zentner, Sidewalks.... .39.60 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 318.75 Day, Salary 171.28 Hutchison, Salary 186.32 Jorgenson, Salary 200.02 Schadendorf, Salary 164.98 Thompson, Salary .157.65 D. Meyer, Salary 14.34 Voigt. Salary 176.70 Willey, Salary 47.80 la. State Bk., Wholding .. .149.80 State Comm., Wholding . . .22.39 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 116.71 Trust & Agency, Pension . .16.19 Gopher Shooter's, Supplies 126.22 Koch Bros., Tabs 18.75 Schultz Bros., Seal Beam . .2.25 N. W. Bell, Telephone . . . .21.55 Fire Department, Services 704.00 Dau's Garage, Supplies . . . .9.35 Harris Fire Cont., Light . .26.50 SANITATION Gade, Salary 177.68 Courtney, Salary 105.91 B. Reilly, Labor 13.75 la. State Bk., Wholding . . .10.20 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 29.34 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 22.33 B. Wibben, Manhole 315.00 Sioux City Foundry, Supplies 96-40 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 228.75 Slfert, Salary 158.33 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .7.90 State Comrn., Wholding . . . .3.70 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 37.27 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 12.36 N. W. Bell, Telephone . . ..11.85 RECREATION Boldri'dge, Salary 155.31 la. State Bk., Wholding 7.50 State Comm., Wholding 1.13 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 15.66 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 12.46 Mun. Band, Taxes 616.15 MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE Cemetery Association, Taxes 1,698.98 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 209.25 Schmidt, Salary 60.33 la. State Bk., Wholding 33.40 State Comm., Wholding 4.40 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 28.77 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 5.39 Trust & Agency, Pension .. .2.50 JUBILARIAN . Father Edward Flynn, pastor of St. Michael's church, Belle Plaine, celebrated his golden jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood in Belle Plaine Sept. 3rd. Among those present were his brother, Father Louis, Nashua and his sister, Sr. Mary Pierre, Chicago who is also celebrating her 50th year of her vocation. READ THE WANT ADS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTING ..••! i* i'i* in H rii* iFtii->'i CHRISTMAS CARDS \ 10 TRANSISTOR RADIO '4.97 Mattel INCREDIBLE EDIBLES' $ '^^^ mmmmm^mmmmmwmmmmm it CARROM BOARDS $, KODAK 104 INSTAMATIC 1444 POLAROID SWINGER CAMERA outfit Instamatic COLOR FILM CX126-12 97 C TREELITES 10 lights '1.57 •H MB JHvilA MB iH& HB iM& BB ^BP^ ^BB^ MM iHI ^tRfr if ALGONA'S LEAWNG VARIETY STORE * » **

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