The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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1961 Mr. and Mrs. John Zeller vis ited Mrs. Mary Hagllnd ih Armstrong Sunday. She'is a sister of Johrf? , ' •;, '; Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Hannahs and daughter, Rapid City, S. D. visited Mrs. Tom sWeir here re. cently. ' Mr; and Mrs. Wallace Erdtnan attended the Neuroth family picnic Sunday at the Ambrose 'Call state park. Mrs. Elizabeth 'Post returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where she "had "visitepr with her sister, Mrs. Mary Walzwick. Robin Winters, Merle Webster and Jeiry Weiner, Burt, have returned* from a six* day fishing trip hear International Falls. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster are going to'Des Moines S&'tur- day to spend'the,,Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webster and Kirk/ Clinion Sweet, ministerial student of Omaha Baptist Bible College, spoke at the morning wor- , ship. service at Regular Baptist .church here. Mrs. Julia Henges and daughter, Mary, will have as guests a week "Mr, and Mrs. Leo Everhard, Anderson, Ind, who will arrived Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Simpson was taken to St. Ann hospital Saturday evening for treatment of leg cuts and a broken right wrist sufferer when she tripped over a low fence. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster had as visitors Saturday evening Mr, 'land Mrs. Richard Agar, Sibley, and Robert Agar, iSioiix Falls, S. D, They have also been visited by Mr; and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Mason City. •• Nancy Geilenfeld was at Min- 'neapolis Sunday to see the base,ball game and accompanied Larry Olson and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Blue Earth, ; Minn. ; They were guests of Mr and Mrs Ladell Olson. Mrs. Claude Dennis, nee Frances Godfredson, has returned to her home at'Kansas City, Mo.. jafter arvisit here pf several days with relatives and 'friends. She. is a former Algonan and daugh- ter'of the late Andrew late Emma Godfredson. Lone Rock Boys 'i 1 ,5* * T fe' t , V ' rf I Complete Basic Army Training , ujes; Funeral Held Furielal serviC'fes for wfe* Eliz-' abeth Lutter, s "86f Le&yfcfdr -we're 4 H&ld ^ednesSay-at -1:36 p.ffi. ,in the E & ,R church there with Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating. Burial was at Lakeside cerrietery at Fairmont >and Barnes Funeral Homej: Swes City, wflS in charge of arraii^eni'enis.* '<<• Mrs; Lutter died Sunday afternoon ;• at. the' home of het daughter/I Mrs. "Henry Selberg. ,>Shefba|He to this country 'at the ^age f !bf Jive from Germany, wherl she^was born Aug.^3, 1875. • -? ?'*-•,. Id FairnHSW, tflll Mrs". Lutter moved back to Ledyard when her husband died'Hr-194&.— j - ~and daughters, Mae (Mrs. Henry Seibergjr, Lydia (Mrs. "JacK-Wel- lington)^ Rose (Mrs. Rftlt>h«t)ul. fh® ^<m$Jrfft GkfafrSS' fl|p<^ ftev. Junkermeier;'"*!! grandchildfe)i; 12 great-grandchildflen; and^five Besides .Mrv.iiuic^ei/^ne^ preceded in death by a sister, a: six -brothers^ \ ' \, •» /," ';• >•!;*-...-* fr-'-.•-? *. ' .Contractor tour* " f < Burl — Bill Prothman, Algonaf- who if building a new home-ids* the I-arry Manuses suffered cut right arm Friday. He using an electric hand saw to a headSfj some ma back, cffisi that repiri . He was rulheli to St. pital by Larry and the arm ed. He will be laid up for somelime: Three Pay Fines In Intoxication * Hea-ings Here Three men paid fines folloW- ing. ; preliminary hearing on charg- ''lrf;Maybr 446,-aiif "costs '., _„, "eonjaira Larson, Wesley, |2b id r C6*sts (?18 , suspended) and ;<3otfffcd .Reefer, 'Algona; $25 arid •costs; ($}6"stisjiended.) - "- > t , r *Jn other cases heard by the mayor, Richard, Trunkhill, Burt, *-r . „ , *,\ *' •Si' *'"" ^ >aid slS, "^peeling, and,$6, noi; nllffM- LcVdfl Fehr, Weft fien . d f 15, '^peeping, a mllffM- LcVdfl Fehr, *§5, ^fcl^sl driving, _,--.„. Wagrfer,- iGeoncil Bluffs, ,l$lBi speeding; Joslph McClefsli, Bancroft, $10, failing to have control; Earl Cushman, Lakota, $5, failing to yield right-of-way; and Dennis Palmer, Keota, $10, speeding, ahd* $10, illegal passing. Costs were assessed in ad* .dition to f^nes. , 1 .t ' . . Jt has been found that .calcium is the constituent most "frequently found to' be ;deficient; in 'the American Diet.., , f '4 ' - . • '....L LJ_.^ ..!.. ... .-<'. , - L - l&l.** Municipal Utilities , UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS • A Mealing of the Boafd 'of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in, the City Hall, City of Algona, la., Juijfe'iS, 1061 at 7:30 o'clock KM. , ffeyhtJWeVe: b. S. ffaHti«8, ftfclvln Bay, OS James Palrtier, Supt. and lira Kohl, Sec. Absent Wa*t Allen Buchan- jfine fhihutes of the j meetmg 9) June I, Jflflls 1 W8te read and approved. Motion by Harmes, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Harmes and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion, darrled ' tlOHt FUMt) <•> W. W.^Sullivah P. J M., postage $ 3286 Payroll, payroll _ ______________ 2,102.01 Mlltdn SllyeU, labor ------ : — 249.16 Mervin Hentges. labor H ----- ~- . M9.32 Wilbur Brurter, labor ^ ------ * • 14$I!8 HarVey Peglow, labor -.* — ..... 134.66 Iowa State Bank, Withholding '-> < Tax _______ i'_. ________ . _____ »— 371.60 Sod. Sec. Fund, soc, sec. ta#' - 234 63 Sinclair Ret Co.. fuel oil ..... 705.33 C.'M,- St. P. & P. R.B Co., ' . > , Freight .—^ ___ iiw.-.««.... - . 40.10 / > • wATES.'™" Grouse Cartage,co.i Payroll, payroll ' Wflter Peterson.'. Maurice -Krebabaoh/.iabor',, :.-'. 63.70 '47.65 61 12 f ifss* meeting date wa»-«8t tot (fuly i» MLft. 12:35 o'8Wctt, P.M. ,. > t neiner • Jiejmers,; laoor^ .-.^i-^ 68.13 Max HelmerS, labor »-..., v ^-4 '. ' 40 19 RSakus'Helmers,-Ifibor i-lj,;. 38.46 George W«lg Jr.,, laber ,Vi.<i3.* 34J6 Iowa State BanK, Wf" ; Tax . Soc, See, Fund, sod. North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co,*,jjas'i.j DEPOSIT FOND V Carol Feldman et at, refund .4 , 00.00 ' A letter from ttie^ City Glarfc With /9V/AllCHi i* ^»uyj»ei*»aii . > PrrtJtfentlttlffie Board ON ._ STRAWBERRIES GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ASPARAGUS Mrs. Ronald' Collison of near Tipton recently found an asparagus stalk which she found growing through the center of a corn cob. The asparagus stalk split the cob, but did not break it. •, • Rodney Priebe Recruit Rodney Priebe, son of the Art Priebes, has completed his eight weeks basic training at Fort Riley, Kansas, and is now transferred to Fort Benning Georgia, where,he will take advanced infantry training and will precede .after completion to jump school. Rodney plans to be a paratrooper. Recruit Dick Bierle, son of Mrs.-Alice Bierle,. has completed his basic training at Fort Riley. Kansas and has been transferred to the Missile Proving Ground at Aberdeen, Maryland. (UDM Engraving) Bleich Family Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich held a family picnic June 25 at their home honoring Charles and Joe Smith who are home/ on leave from Nayy ; service on the' carrier Lexington. Guests included the boys' mother, Mrs. Bridgit Smith and family, Mrs. Bill Detrick and children, all of Algeria, •Mrs. Joe Kelly and children. Kankakee, 111;, the Bob Schu- machers, Ft. Dodge, Jerry Gel- loglys, Des Moines, the John Hauptmans, and Clara Erdman, Wesley.. Between 60 and 70 percent of body, by weight, is water, PAINT SALE DAVIS LEADER House Paint Here's a really dependable White House Pqint priced so low you can afford to use it for barns r outbuilding;, fences/ etc, Davis Leader House Paint is heavily bodied with with lots of pigment - re* duce it with one quart of oil to the gallon. You get a good looking and satis* factory white paint job, Regular g Gallon A Gallon in 5's 10; a gallon higher ia 1'; Choice of WHITE and U COLORS Fqroou5 PavSi Ever-Bright Quality. 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