The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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•vj, x 1. 1 Eunice Hefty Shower Honoree At LuVerne .LuVerne — Eunice Hefty, Des Moines, was the honored guest at a pre-nuptial shower in the rooms of the LuVerne Methodisl church Sunday afternoon, with 35 attending. Hostesses were her sister, Mrs Ben Cbatman of Osage , and sisters-in-law, Mrs Bon Heftv. Mrs Henry Hefty, Mrs Merrill Hefty, Mrs J. C. Hefty of LuVerne. •...-. An informal program of poems by Connie Hefty and two vocal solos bjf Mrs Worthie Usher was followed by games in charge of Mrs Chatman. Mrs Chatman and Connie Hefty assisted in opening the many gifts. Miss Hefty will bo married to Dennis Albright of Des Moines June 10. Hospifalized Fred Goetsch was taken Friday to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, for X-rays and medical treatment. . Edward Hof entered Mercy hospital Thursday for observation and treatment. Mrs Albert Genrich has been confined in her home the past %yeek. She fell as she was (jetting ready to go to visit Mr Genrich, patient at St. Anrt hospital, Alr/ona. , Michael Wolf, babv'son of Mr- ''and Mrs Jerry Wolf, was hospitalized in Lutheran hosrjital, Ft. Dodge, the past week. He is now home and improved. ; . ; . Gary, baby Son of Mr and Mrs Carroll Marty, is hosrjitalized at Lutheran hosoital, Fort Dodge, suffering with nneumonia. Albert • Genrich returned home Saturday from St. "Ann hospital where he was a medical patient the past week. Ladies Aid Met The Ladies Aid Society of the Zion Ev. Lutheran chuich were hosts to their annual Mothers Day' Tea • Thursday afternoon with about GO present. Mrs John Schnakenberg welcomed the guests who were presented with an orchid corsage. Rov. Allen Rudow had the lesson. , ' Mrs Jerry Stille, in charge ot the progranjr, presented Mrs Earle Honselrhan. with several readings, music numbers by Karen Nelson, Joyce Meyer, Diane Groh, fjute numbers by Clara and. Elaine' Schnakenberg, Patti Erpelding, ^inda Nelson. Mrs John Per- .gande gave, an illustrated reading, i , . Anna Nelson, youngest, Mrs Allen Rudow, mother with most children and grandchildren, Mrs Mike Hinz. Pouring, Mrs Allen Rudow Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, Mrs Thees Schnakenberg, : Mrs Allen -Darby, Mrs Robert G.H. Blumer.; Mrs'Gerald Ramus and new son, Billy. Arthur; born May 3, returned Friday from Hancock Memorial hospital at Brjtt. Mr and Mrs-Arthur Ramus and grandson, Kerry ' Luchsiriger 01 Des Moines were weekend visi tors with their son, Mr and Mrs Gerald ftafntis. They came to make the acquaintance of Billy Arthur Ramus, born May 3. Mrs Ramus remained to assist in thd home for a week. Mr and Mrs Jerald Smith and children of Eldora Were weekend visitors with their parents, thfe Lester Smith and Jess Jergense'rt families, Mr and Mrs . Dean ttahn of Mankato, Minn., were visitors Saturday With her aunt and uncle, Mr* and Mrs Allen Darby, Weekend guests in the Bryee. A. Wiekett home were her riloth* er, Mrs Doris Kimzey, her brother, Mr and Mrs Jack Ktmzey and children of Milo. Sunday visitors wer6.their daughter and•',sister, Mr }and Mrs Charles McPherson and children of Indianolfl. M and ^f^s Byron Ogglesby of Mason City visited Sunday afternoon with her nephew, Mr and Mrs • Gerald Ramus and m'ade the acquaintance of Billy Arthur Hamus. Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz of Mora, Minn. >are parents of an eight and one-half poUnd daugh* ler, Lori Lynn, born April 26. They have two sons, Michael and Steven. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz and Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus, LuVerne. Mrs Jessie Sanford accompanied her nieces, Mrs Basil Jacobson and Mrs Arlie Nelson of Em- mestburg to Ellsworth .Friday fdr the day. They visited 'Mrs Nellie Olson and the Bobby Caudle famjlv. sister . and daughter of Mrs. Sanford. .... Mr and Mrs J. O. Cox visited Friday to Sunday in Pnton with Mr and Mrs A. L. Frcderickson. Mr and Mrs/Allen, Darby ot NEW LOW Land Bank Loans ' INTEREST REDUCED ••> TO 5'/2%l ' Land Bank Loans are now being made at a: new lower rate of, In- tereit... and, in accordance; with Land Bank Policy, Interest on totni made previotuty ft m hifh-, er rale \t also being reduced. .LandiBank 'Loans feature, low. *Jg$aT«i.t,< 'long- terms/' low^ p«y- (nents—.and can. be paid off /n advance without penalty. Look ahead When you .look for a loan on land—look for. a Land Bank Loan that protects you today and tomorrow, tool - • E, H. HUTCHINS, Mgr, ' FEDERAL LAND '. BANK ASSOCIATION (South of Penneys in Algona) Box 670 ' , Mondays & Wednesday* Best for Office Call* . NOW PIZZA Handling All Popular Flavors 15 MINUTE CARRY-OUT & DELIVERY SERVICE FROM OUR NEWLY INSTALLED PIZZA OVEN • FREE PIZZA SAMPLES 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SATURDAY, MAY 13 — From Ray's Piwa Kitchens in Charles City. EVERYBODY WELCOME JUST PHONE CY 4-4328 WE DELIVER Open To 12 Midnight OR STOP IN and" Mr and Mrs Wil- 'ord- St. .Tohn of Algona were guests Sunday evening of their Son and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dick St. John and girls in Al- jonti. The occasion was to celebrate the second birthday May 8 of their granddaughter, Julie St John. Mr and Mrs Walter Blake and girls of Carroll visited Saturday with 'his brother, Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and family. Mrs Gerald Herbener of Mason City was a, Saturday overnight visitor with her sifter, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler. Mr and Mrs David Morris and Son of Waterloo were weekend visitors with her parents. Mr and Mrs John Bo'ckes and her sister, Mi and Mrs Stanley Genrich. Mrs Gail Stoddard and children of Titonka visited Mrs Marie Stoddard and Mr and Mrs George Hood Sunday afternoon . lytrs Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft called in the Fred Goetsch home Sunday. She went to JTprt Dodge to visit, her brother, Fred Goetsch, medical patient in the Lutheran hospital. , : Mr and Mrs Irviri McGowan and family visited her mother and sister. Mrs Jessie Sanford and the James Traugcr family Saturday evening. , The W.S.C.S. met Thursday in Ihe Ev. United Brethren'Church with the new president, Mrs Melvin Marty presiding. Emma, Krause. lesson, Mrs Fred Mterkle assisted by members in a playlet-,* Guests were Mrs Curtis Morgan.; Mrs Sola Frarttiz, :Mfs Edward Del-inert. Mrs: Marie Maass was the hostcKS. I-",--.- .-,••. The fpurth* birthday ; of Kirk Nielsen Was celebrated : at the honla of his'parents, Me and Mrs Harold ; Nielsen Jr., Wednesday evening! Guests were his gt'and- parents, Harold Nielsen, Sr., Mrs Elda Kollman, great .grandmother, Mrs Martha Schneider,, aonts and uncles, : Mr, and Mrs Cletrt Stripling, Mr and Mrs Dale, Zentner, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielsen, Mr and Mrs Fred Will and families. : '• '•' ; Mrs Sam Hanks of Los Angeles, Cal. arrived to visit hfef parents Mr and Mrs William Hedriek. and her sisters living in Algona and Fort Dodge. Mr; Hanks accompanied; Her as far as Indianapolis, Ind.< where he goes for oar races. Rev., and : Mrs; "Allen ; Rudow, pastor .of the LuVerne Zion Ev. 1 Lutheran church, attended irlstal- ilaltion of Rev. Vehling as pastor of the Lutheran church at Lotts Sunday. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algonn Municipal Utilities was hold In the Cltv Hnll, City of Algona, la.. April. 18, 11)01, at'7:30 o'clock P.M. Present Were: Allen Buchanan, Melvin nay and T. James Palmer, Supt. Absent Were: O. B. Harmes and Ira Kohl, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of April 3, 1D81. were rend and approved. Motion by Buchannn. seconded by Bay. that the vouchers payable he np- pidved nnd authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye". LIGHT FUND Iowa Pub. Emp. Hot. Sys., tax $ 732.42 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., tax ... 025.24 Sinclair Ref. Co., fuel oil 835.03 C. M. St. P. & P. R.Tt. Co., Freight —— - 352.49 W. \V. Sullivan P.M.. postage 52.77 Pnvroll. payroll —_ 2,098.04 Milton Bilyeu, labor :„. 223.11 Mervin Hentges, labor — - 101.BB Wilbur Brunei-, labor ., - 131.10 Harvey Peglow. labor 117.35 Deakus Helmers, labor 30.55 George Weig, labor 40.01 Alfred Scobba. labor - 22.03 Eugene Hclmers, labor 7.04 Iowa State BnnK. tax .- — 355.80 Soc. Sec. Fund, tax 234.05 Trcns. of The Estate of Iowa, Sales Tax -- 1,461.23 Troas. of The State ot Iowa, Use Tax 22.71 Joe Bradley Eqpt.. supp. - 125.95 WATER FUND' town Pub, Emp. Ret. Sys., tnx 17B.fl7 Iowa Emp. See. Comm., tnx .. 1S5.42 Payroll, payroll 378.40 Wriller Peterson, Inbor - 174.01 Maurice Krobsbaeh, labor 123.21 Dnrrel Robinson, labor 106.B2 Rcnkus Helmers, Inbor 52.92 CJcorge Welg, Inbor Alfred Scobba, Inbor 14.25 Iowa Stntc Bank, withholding tnx 57.00 Soc. See. Fund. soc. sec, tnx -- 81.75 Stnte Hyg. Lnb.. service B.oo North Cen. Pub. Ser., gns 100.14 Trens. of The Stnte of town, Stnte Sales Tax 302.09 T. James Palmer, exp 37.07 DEPOSIT FUND Robert B. Carlson et nl, refund 95.00 SOCIAL SECURITY FUND Iowa Pub. Emp. Ret. Sys., tax 923.30 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., tnx .. 780.00 The salary of Darrel Robinson was set at $1.40 per hr. . Next meeting date was set for May 1, inoi at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ T. James Palmer Acting Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Bonrd Thursday, May 11, 1961 Algeria (la.) Uppef Oe* Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES City Council met April 20. IflGl with Mayor Sliierk nnd the following Council members: Muckey, Whlttomovo, Elbert, Finn & Pelrce. t Absent: Hnggard. Waive the reading of the minutes. Sale of alleys in Blk. 8B O.P. and Blk. 230 Calls Add. were approved. Preliminary Plans for improvement ot lots in Algona was given tentative approval by the Council. Storm Sewer projects In the South- West part, of town. North part of town nnd one block on Mnln Street were approved to proceed with. Letter from Mr. Shumwny concerning bldging. permit was rend nnd no action was taken at this time. GENERAL Dr. C. C. Shlcrk, salary ....... 112.50 David Smith. Salary ......... - 208.57 lovvn State Bank. WH tax ..... 1(1.10 Algona Civilian Defense. Civil Defense ...... ........... inR.SO Arwell, Inc\. rat control _ ..... 15.00 la. Mini. Finance Off. Assnc., Dues _____ .............. - ..... Lntta's Bus. Systems, Inc., Supplies .............. - ...... N.W. Bell Tel. Co.. Telephone Service ....... - ............ -C. C. Shlcrk, expenses ., ------STREET Lashbrook, salary ---- ......... Pergnnde, snlnry ............. - Frnmbnch, snlnry .— ........... Burtls, salary ............... ..., salary ...... — ...... — Prow, salary ___________________ Mvcrs. salary --- ................. . In" State Bank. WH. tax ------ 103..10 In. State Bnnk, Investment ----- 0,1132.72 Chrlschllles Store, merchandise 3.56 N.W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service ---------- 12.05 East End Foundry Inc., Merchandise ........ - ........ !'2.00 Hnwkeye Mach. Co., capital outlay .............. --- ....... 7(15.00 Kossutii Motor Co., truck ----- 2,155.00 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, salary ------------ 188.25 Hutchison, snlnry ----- ........ - 15T'|!3 Jorgenson, salary -------------- 161.70 McBridc, salary .......... ---- H5.25 Schwnr/enbach, salary ....... - 148.07 Bullcn, salary ----------------- 153.07 10.00 G0.13 32.10 9.00 103.37 1B2.32 120.2!) 138.3!) 127.G!) HZ.flfl Voigt, snlnry 140.2S Kohl, salary —- 20.00 Elbert, salary 15.00 In. Stale Honk. WH tnx - 109.00 Trust & Agency Fund, pension 12.81 norkelmnn, expenses 32.00 City Clerk, cash 7.3B Cities Service Oil. gasoline 102.30 NW. Bell Telephone Co., Phone Service — 23.40 Kohl, expenses 30.80 Stourfer Fire Equip. Sales, Fire Hose 1)00.00 AlRonn Fire Co., Fires - 338.00 Fire Ext. Snles & Service, Recharge Extinguisher 4.00 SANITATION Bnas. salnry 93.50 Lecck. salary 93.60 Courtney, salary 93.50 la. State Bank, Investments „. 4,200.22 Roinor Helmers, sewer labor ._ 325.74 NW Bell Tel. Co., Tel. service - 15.50 Mrs. Louis Rollly, labor 8.34 Algonn Tree Service, Dutch Elm Disease 195.00 SEWER RENTAL Lcmkce. salary— * 8 "-21 Grunbnch, salnry „ 128.39 In. Stnte Bnnk, WH tnx 21.90 City Clerk, gasoline — l-"5 NW Dell Tel. Co., tel. service „ 11.85 HECHEATION AlRona Municipal Band, tnx money -- • _i« 191.03 171.57. 100.23 30.00 38.00 1.80 Algonn Cemetery Assoc., tnx money I.HBU.TH PARKING METER Groen, salary Sands, salary Riley, salnry In. State Bank. WH tax — Trust & Agency, pension N. In. Directory Service, Supplies fciJF^Imlm I- -%r )9|, State St, ALGONA 4 : 35 a.m. dawn brings a new word for energy to the Midwest Early birds saw it first. Bright and early this morning Enco was first seen at hundreds of Midwestern service stations. What is Enco (pronounced en'ko)? What does Enco mean to you? Enco is a new word to designate a mighty source of energy from Humble Oil & Refining Company-America s Leading Energy Company, Take the "en" from energy and the "co" from company, Put them together, you've got Enco, New Enco and Enco Extra gasolines contain a remark-, able combination of energy concentrates, Precisely formu- . ted in America's largest petroleum research laboratories^ bo H deliver instant energy .,, the instant energy that, you e«d on the start-up, the step-up, the go. You can be' sure there is no' better automotive fuel sold in the Midwest. But why take our word for it? Fill up your tank with new Enco or Enco Extra (reserved for high compression engines) and see what a difference instant energy makes. More mileage, more horsepower, cleaner carburetion-they all add up to more for your money. And what a pleasure to know that your car is running at its peak. So when you see the new Enco sign, drive in-fill up with instant energy. Free a 1 "* ' or everyone! 3-Day open House starts today at all Enco servico '•.... stations In this area. Be sura to drive In with the whole family today, ffgJJhU MtifotUta'' tomorrow, Sunday-and get to know Enco. TV7 HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY-AMERICA'S LEADING ENERGY COMPAHHT FREE GIFTS FRI., SAT. & SUNDAY - ELBERT'S SERVICE, State at Minnesota Streets LOOK FOR OUR NEW "ENCO" SIGN utiii /»;,: „ A

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