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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1962
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Ex-Officers Of Portland Club Are Honored f ' in the L £ wr ! nce Govern, wfffi Mrs Wood and Mrs .Elizabeth 1 assisting hostesses. « ,, Q °Verrt- presented each of S* ttotopM* officers, Mrs Victor Fitch', pits Lillian Schrader, Mrs Howard Sparks, and Mrs ctten Zwffefel, with a gift. Mrs Frank Becker and Mrs Victor Fitch brought the lesson and Mrs Becker gave prizes to Mrs Ray McWhorter 2" d -u ««,» vl * 6r(te Govern- Mrs Hugh Williams was a guest. ? eter home Jan. 17, to fiottor of the birthdays of Rudolfl Peter and Duane Petef, Mrs Lawrence Govern 5 visited In the Vict6r Fitch home Tuesday e"ve -' ning. . Mr, and Mrs George Hix and Mrs Edward Harms and Douglas were" ThufSday vfsltors fti the 1 D'wight Ruse hom'e, "It y6u take "serve" 6ut bf* attending "were the Frank Becker, Jay Members mesdames Steven, Glen Zwiefel, Jake'Smlfh, Victor Fitch,, Axel Carlson, Ben Lampd, A. L. Rasmusseh, Ray Me- VWi'brter, . Roscoe Stewart, Tony Jandl, Howard Sparks, Robert Wood, 'Elizabeth Kennedy, Harold Becker, and Toni Trenary. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Mrs Howard Sparks accompanied Mrs Max Goldman of Forest City, to Waterloo Tuesday where Mrs Goldman was guest speaker in the evening at the American Business and Professfonal Women's Intra-City meeting. They also visited Jim Sparks at SCI, Cedar Falls. The new baby of Mr and Mrs Wendell Christensen has been named Clark Harold. Mr arid Mrs Roger Scott and boys were dinner and supper guests in the parental, Chas. Scott- home, Efuft, Sunday. :;' Mrs Roger Scott attended the shower Monday evening of Jacfefe Laing of Alg'bna, at the Legion Hall, WHittembre. Mr and Mrs Johnny Harms, Deb-' bie and Dixie, Mr dnd Mrs Clifford Lovstad and Phillip, and Chuck Kline of Aigona were guests m the ''service", yott HtfVe "ic'e'" Sorne of us n&d defrosting.- left. LakofaCliib Lakota -: Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst wais gue-st speaker at the regular meeting of the Community Club, rfelcl at th'S Lggioff ffSIT Monday evening, Jaff. 15. rffff talfc was ofi work tarried but by his office during the last year. Ray Hertzke was appointed to see about securing Aunt Jemima for a Pancake Day. A discussion was held cbncerrimg the erection of a Scotch Lite sign north of Lakota. Jakie Peterson, program chairman, showed iriterMing sports films. C. F. Enneberg was .named entertainment chairman for the next meeting in February. Band Festival Preparations are being madd for the State Line Conference' Band Festival to be held at Lakota Jan. 29. F. Stanley Davis from Mason City and Don R. Maricouller from Drake University in Des Moines will be directors present to work with the 10 bands of the conference. There will be a massed 1 band practice in the afternoefn and Monday eyeriing wilt be' ttfe concert by the' rrtassed bshidsV Lakot'a band members wlfl be selling tickets this week -and tickets can also be obtained at flie do8r thai night. ' will pre day. The noon meal ' for them and the •B i it!" ~ *""•"•* *»»iw U1C JLII Band 1 Mother! Ml *|fafr. tfie ffing Meal, - Officers Named The, annual congregational meet' ing " a • * s •-- • . • New officers, elected fere: John Smith tor.lrf ye'if fgrM, f6W F. , ._ Gall OltRoff fdie Steerihiftf; deacons ... „ ele'cted (tit twee y&r feftfia, Wprtrtian mid Gertrude Giii- Rrfecht The. session reported appointment of new Sunday School officers. They are senior superintendent, Arnold Swalve; secretary, Audry: Ruby; junior superintendent, Florence Paulsen; and treasurer, 4oe Rippentrop. The ladies served lunch and coffee. 1M Acorn Club met Jan. 18 at ;ne home of Mrs. J. W. Cook. The opic was given by Doris URena. barmen Cook played a piano solo. It was decided to hold the Vogue tea Feb. 9 at the Presbyterian church. The next meeting will be at the home of Genieve HoeppMer. Feb. 1. Lunch was served by the hostess. , Mrs. Elmer Paulsen and Mrs Russell Whiter went to Algphj Tuesday where they took a lesion on small appliances at the Farm Bureau building. The lesson wil be presented later to the' Ledyari TownsHip Homemakers. Sunday dinner guests at the guests at, wtJ6t''Murray at Bancroft, 4 m and fast. IMti Kraatef Julie of St. Paul Park, Mia. tftb'^e'eeftnd at tn%,parent« Bler'Stedt tl6me. Mr. and Mrs. Mertan Urban find family of Amboy*, Minn-.Sunday dinrier guests at tite F ewal Chris Asmussen bflto&/ h Friday-evening visitor's fit-1—, ' ickef fisffiff weM Mr, Irid Sirs'. Lee Of&n, Mr.^ arid togrt LeSvia find Vifglf afid a«Sd toft.,, firvM Swafz. t , - Mrif. fhdnias Julius left M Louis Price home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price and Jodie and Jeff of Rake, Mr. and Mrs. Roder Nimz of Blue' Earth, Minn, "and Mrs. Tena Price of Buffalo Center. Sunday evening supper guests at the Henry darken home were 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold darken of Webster Ci,ty, Mr. a!id Mrs. Don Clarken and daughter of Buffalo 1 Center, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin .Clarken of Duncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Verliri Pirie of Fort Dodge, Mr. arid Mrs. Dort Bofmari and daughter of Liv- eriftore'and Mr. and M!rs. Albert Weaver of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Hanson More than 400 students 6re ex- were 'Tuesday;'• evening dhrifer because WILY a forced-air furnace gives you clean, FILTERED air... Most of the fuels in use today for home heating are clean in themselves fus'f as GAS is clean so the true test of a heading plant's Cleanliness lies in now well it filters the house dust from the air. Forced air gas furnaces do an admirable job of it ... change the air in a home two' to three times every fvcur , . . filter it, clean it and return fresh/ warm air' to every rboitr. There 19 no soot, no ashes with the clean, dependable magic Gas flame. 7 of the most important reasons why modern homemakers choose GAS! 1. Economy 2. Dependability 3. CtEANUNESS 4. Safety 5. Silence 6. Humidity Control 7. M«irite'h'0'n'ci Fr"e'e morning to' join her husband", wBo is stationed ..with the Army 'W Honolulu, H&w*f. Atos.Julftis'lc-' companied Mf. rfnfl Mtit. AJ^ft, 1 Wlhrelt of Aigona to .Phoenix, .mid from there will gtrby pltfrtff wail. They exjSfetf td 66 M lulu until Sept., IMS. .,„,',; The B6y s S6eju£ drlvS wetit 6vir the cjuota of $226 by_ $27.75 r according 4 to J. W. ,Cook' .chairmatf.. ^ Mr. ,£irid Sirs. A. Bi Anderson. Spent Wedhesday and Thursday, of last ,week in Des Moines. On Wed'j nesday night, they attended this Sports Show and Thursday Andy attended (he annual meeting 6 Jie Des Moines agency of tK6 Prudential Insurance Company, A the banquet Andy received the award as outstanding agent of thl ' Municipal Utilities UTILITIES A meeting of the Board of Trustees ol the AlRvna -Municipal Utilities .was Held m we cits' $all,.C; ' ' la., Jnn. i, iSfe. a Present, Were;, ^itchttfiari, HUtmps, SSh. 1 ^"** 1 • F * fiSf ' ^ dA « T ^ mi 5si?^d u a»r' t "" °- Dec Motion by Bay. s&ortdea, by ...„.,, that i he vouchers pftyable be apb'rotfed and authoriz&f paitt a* -aUdftlff. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan, Harmea' ana Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. . C M St. P. & p. R.-R, DOS' M6in6s agency for The Lakota Garden Club met Jan. 16 at the home of Mrs. Jbrin Grlese. The' afternoon was spehi pla'nnlri| the' year book for 1&2' arid lunch' was served by th6 hoS- less". The next nfeetin'g will be held Feb. 13 at the home of Mrs. Orval Kieriitz. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Vodra'ska were Mason City visitors Wednesday. Mr. arid Mrs. Wayne Nyman amP family of Bancroft were Friday, evening visitors ai the Ray Kromirig'a home. Mrs. Joe Carpenter and sons of Sheldon spent several days last week at the parental Chris Asmussen home. Saturday visitors of Mrs. Signe Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Well's of Blue Earth, Minn. '.: A/2c Gary SheldahLhas returned to duty after spending a "Sff-day leave with his parents and, family, Mr!:-* and Mrs,. Edward Sheldahl. He'..had 13'months tour of duty in Korea and now will report to Blythville, Ark. A-/3c'Richard H. Lewis left for Pease Air 1 Force Base in New Hampshire, recently after spending a leave with his parents and brother, Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Lewis and Virgil... ' ' ' at ; ; tfie -. Robert Ogireij home Jan. 10 for a 7:30 supper honoring Roberta Ann on.' her first birthday were Mr. arid Mrs. Don Koppen, Linda and Craig Koppen, Linda Karels and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogren. Guests at the 0. J. and Joe Rippentrop home last Thursday evening to celebrate the birthdays of 0. J. and Joe were the Everett iippentrop family of Swea City, he Alvin Rippentrop family and Raymond Brandt family of Ttyon- ca, the George Ennen family of Jlmore, Minn, and the Ronald Heetland family. Robert Beck, son of Mr. and Wrs. Kenneth Beck, is ill with meumonla in the Buffalo Center lospital, , A birthday party honoring Mrs. Andrew • Jariseri. was held at the iome of Wfrs. Ronald Heetland ilonday. Ladies present were Mrs. Seorge Eraieh, Mrs. Robert Rip- )'en'<ror?, j^s,, Albert Rippentrop, ifrs. Atyfri Rippentrop and Mrs. Ruslell Winter; . Eldefari' ,Addy, son of Mrs. Ella ,' returned home from tlie tc» Center hospital Sunday un'dergbjng an appendectomy ilbus Monday. League" met in the parish [all $unday eyenjng. Servers were safhlee'n;.,aria Robert Peterson, .BlOme and Dennis Ell- rrtar,' Katrty Peterson presenteJ Be. ib$$> The leaguers will have bowling party Sunday evening, Jan. 2H. Payioil, payroll 2,192.39' Milton buyeu, labor 233.22' Mervin Hentges, labor 176.17 Wilbur Hr'uner, labor 143,22 Harvey Peglbw, labor 112.85; Joim .vvoou, labor . „ .. 109.23 Iowa State Bank, Withholding _ wx •_ 374.30' Soc. Sec. Fund, soc'. sec. tax — 97.23' time Cross, ins. .-. 50.70' worth Cen. Pub. Ser. Co., gas — 8,029.77 uiescl Ser. Co., supp. „_,. 2,1161,09; r'ulion Iron Works Co., supp. „ 479.52' Aigona Machine Sh6p, rprs. „ lff.00 i"ioi thlancr tlec. Supp. Co., supp. 4,307.13 Westingnouse Klec. Supp, Co., —- - 206.59 1)9.20 100.02 6.38 32.38 3.90 31.10 out'l.i. , . . Elec. Materials Co., supp. lowa Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 01 ay bar Elec. Co., Inc., supp; ^ Kent Motor Co., rprs. Struecker's Conpeo, gas ^.. ' IJodge Co., fprs. —.1. . to rcrond |ust tho south «ld* of C»ll flnset from Woosttr ^Street **« to', liafeibn , Phbtogr»ph*rs' tiCllldlhf W« fsMVted" 64« to the PKhhlntf 1 ZAnl Gomrft. Wd^e* itile resol. w»t iaoptt'd. , Fir6 Chief report 'wit rS*3 tM lnff . Unaer-, Construction on State Hlahway of Approval of Application ground Cons _ _ . RJOhtfpf-way .far underground, cable by trW ptWHhWsferri' Mil fellpWna C6. Was 1 approved. , . , Letter 'from .Wallace & Holland Engk ijeers concerning storm sewer report was 1 roao. • , Airport Comm. report for 1961 was read «Wd ifccdptod. City CdUrtell ertdAJe'd local CPA to do' the city audit for 194). GENERAL . Sflierk, Salary $ Il2.5o! SHilffl, Salary 208.27, l.a. Statu Bank, Whbid. * 19.10' la. Emply. Sec. Comm., Soc, SmUn,' '"" 'Ihompson Disu Co., misc. 2.43 The hnerwIn-Wllltams Co., misc. 2tt.32 Hralt Jilec., supp, 10.27 Culien Hdwe., supp. . 4.10 Keaay-Mlx, rprs. ..' 1,234.08 Alien K. Bucuannn. salary ..„ ' 25.00 O. B. Harmes, salary 25.00 ivlelvm bay, Salary 25.00 1 ruck Sign Ser., supp. .. 65.56 KLGA Kadio, aav. ...* 81.35 Upper Des Moines Pub- Co., pub 41.52 Auvarice Pub. Co,, pub. - 80.37 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., serv 59.70 Petty Cash, misc. 28.62 Watqr Department', sefv. ' 187.60 Greenbcrg Auto Supp., supp. ._ 20.68 Bob Deal, scrv. ;.._ ..'.. 457.50 Frederick Hdwe., supp. . 8.81 Russell G. Buchanan, sery. 850.73 The Aigona Reminder, adv. 20.02 tcts Cnamplln Serv., gas ,.—. 82.82 . WATER FUND , . • Payroll, payrpll .; $ 378.46 Walter Peterson, labor 187.11 Alaurice Krebsbach, labor 116.33 Reiner. Helmers, labor 17.10 Iowa' State Bank, withholding tax . Soc. Sec. fund, sp'c. sec. tax ... 56.60 25.04 Leighton Supp. Co., supp. Joseph G. Pollard Co., supp. — Blue Cross, Ins. prem. —— 11.55 Nalco Chem. .Co., supp. 54.00 - - 38.88 ___ 43.14 Ready-Mix, rprs. '. —II 40.75 H..J. Funk, supp. 57.38 Hie Sherwm-WUliams Co:, supp. 1.50 Culien. Hdwe., rprs. 3.30 Petty Cash, misc. 10.87 Electric Debt., serv. 732.94 Frederick Hdwe., supp.. 2.45 Ed's Champlin Ser., gas — 29.06 DEPOSIT FUND Clem Erlander et al. refund - T .$ 55.00 Moved by Bay, seconded by Harmes, .hat James Chalstrom, local C. P. A., be employed to make the annual audit of records for the year 1861. A schedule of salaried of employees of the Aigona Municipal Utilities was presented and reviewed, Then; there wds a motion by. Harmes, seconded by Bay, that the, schedule ol salaries as adjusted, be fixed, subject to.change, for the ensuing year. Roll call, voti -•••-•• • ....»_ and Bay carried. voting "Aye",•.Buchanan, Harmes Bay. Voting "Nay , none. Motion There was'discussion on a prpposed _ tsati', for the year- U)6a. Next, rneefirig date waj S6t for Jan. Advertising progtam-jfor the year-U)62 ' Next,rneetirig date was set "-- — 15, 1U62, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. ,, :, VS/Ira Kohl : , , Secretary S/ AUen K. Buchanan President of the Board Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met Jan. 10, 1962 at the city hall with Mayor Shierk and he following council members present: Wuckey, Whlttemore, Elbert, Andreasen, ~ihn, Peirce. Proposed Ord. 423 on rezoning was given the third reading. Specific recom- Muckey, Council Meet, . W.hlttemore, CoOnCil M6«f. .. Eloirf, Cbuntri Meet Haawrd. Council Meet. Andreasen, Council Meet. firth, C&UnC!l Meet. Peifee, Council Meet, j McMahon,, City ... R6oViey, M. D., Health Off. .. Algbna ins. Agency, Autd Ins. Arwell, Rat Control Blpssim lr\i., Workmen's Comp. R. G. Buchanan, Legal Services Frlderi. Service :.. I. B. M., Service Matt Parrott, Dog Lie. ..... UDM Pub, Co., Publishing. .". STREET Buyiv, Salary FramBach, Salary Lashbrook, Salary Metzo.C Sala'ry . Myers, Salary Perg'aribe, Salary '.'...'. Prew, Salary la. State Bank, Wholding .... la. Empl. Sec. Cdmrn., SbC. See. la. Pub. Employ. Ret., Ret, Tad Aigona" Impl.,. Mdse. . Aigona Ins. .Agency, Auto Ins. Arnold Motors, Repairs Blossom Ins., Work. Comp. Cities Service, Gas & Fue| Oil . Cobk's Scrap iron, Supplies .. Cook's WeldeVs, Materials ... DX Sunray,,Fuel Oil Ff. Dodg-e towel, Sen/ice Frederick Hdwe., Mdse. Gibbs-CooK, Repairs Greenbcrg, Repairs -. — l.'ltiSn's,- Repairs Kent Motors, Repairs Lalng Plbg., Repairs N. American Steel,' Repairs _ Ndrron Machine, Repairs 2S.02 168.00 162.00 150.00, 108.00 48.00* 66.00 162.00; 126.00 50.00 50.00 214.43 23.00 11.27 845.95. 52.00 -IS.00 11.33 31.85 196.20 17.8.86. 180.06 U2.98 156.62 234.04 186.85 155.10 437.52 378.89 6.31 456.27 17.96 618.64 137.51 4.68 134.75 9.21 3.25 7.53 60.20 14.13 50.25 758.13 4.25 184.09 25.28 fo*iddy, January 23,-,1962 Atgena (la.) Upper De» Moifies-4 lx, MiMrlal , Mattrlal PUBLIC SAFETY Bo*ftetrri«n, Salary 294.90 BulfeW, S»f«ry 225.43 Hutehisdn, Salary 226.09 Jorgeraon, Salary 209.02 Mlttag, • Salary , 134.15 Kdnf; SfclaTy 20.00 Volgt, Salary 214.91 la. State Bank, Wholding 169.70 Trust & AgAncy, Pension - 15.33 la. Employ. Sec. Comrn., S6d. Sec. .; 446.86 Arnold Motors, Lamp" .. 1.58 Kent Motors, Repairs 82.33 Norton Mathfnc, Mtise. . 10.00 T6ti1'j Radio & TV, Service _* 4.75 f\H Ext. Sales, Mdse. _,;,...<. 17.90 ftmoh'l Service, Gas *_i._._ 8.10 UDM Pub., Mdse,'& Adv, ... 38.79 Algeria 1 Ins. AJertcy, Auto Ins. 356.55; BlqsSom Ins.,, Work. Comp. .. 55.62 City Clerk, Mileage ........ 5.00 Slag-Fort, Repairs ^....^ 8.04 , SANITATION la. Employ. Sec. ComrYl., Soc. Sec ..^...., 55.50 la. Pub. Employ. Set,, Ref, Tax 64.75 American Pipe Cleaning, Services 3,407.33! Blossom Ins., WofK, Comp. i. 29.58 Bill's Market, Supplies ...... 2.51 Lalng Plbg., Repairs .. 3.39 Wilbuf Hbldrtn', Repairs „._.,_ • 6.00 N. Central Strvlte. Oa». « 20 .it . SEWER RENTAL . Gronbach, Salary . 128.19 Lemkee, Salary 169.11 la. State Bank, Wholding .. 2l.fO City Clerk, Advanced Cash * 12.24- Drover's National, Interest .. 67.50 la. Employ. See. Comm., Soe. Site. (23.30 la. Pub. Empl. Ret., Ret. Tax 108.83 Aigona Ins. Agency, Auto Ins. 36.39 Blossom InJ., Work. Comp. .. 158.53 DX Sunfay, Fuel Oil — 53.89 Greenberg Auto,,Repairs ..... 1.70 RECREATION Blossom Ins. Agency, Work. Comp'. • *__ 49.45 PARKING METER Grocn, Salary j... » . 285.04 • Rllcy, Salar^ 36.95 Sands, Salary 100.08 ' la. Sfnfd Bank, W;holdlng .. 65.30 Trust & Agency, Pension 3.31 la. Employ. Sec. Comm., Soc. ' Sec 133.fl' la. Pub. Employ. Ret., Ret. Tax 74.16 Alg6na Ins. Agency, Auto Ins. 38.83 ' City Clerk, Advanced Cash .- 1.85 Cycle- Shop, Repairs 4.25 Hutiell'i Citlds Service, Gas . 4.99 Tom's Radio i TV,,Service .. 13.05 TRUST & AGENCY Linda 1 Counl6y, Pension .. 20.00" Bertha M. Egli, Pension . 75.00 Wi BARE COMPARE we r ra RATES BAHNtR AUTO POLICY Yes — you get lower rat'es now on the finest auto insurance policy available 1 ! Farm, Bureau. Mutual continues to give you (ha MOST Protection and the BEST Service at rate reductions. FARM BUREAU BUILDING IRRIDBUREflU DON STARK m S. ALcONA, CY 4-3351 MOINES, IOWA INSURANCE COMPANY 25th Annual . GEO. A. RRV L. BYAM CO " ,„..«*• NORTH PUBLIC CY "Yowr LONE ROCK NEWS Anypne with pews, call Mrs. anyl Householder, UDM corres- {Whdent fqr Lone Hock, telephone nunjber, WA 5-3315, i'Mr. and .Mrs, Jienry Schroeilc-r ari4 Mrs. Mafy Floig attended (lie fltri^ral 6f C. J. ptsucier, falln'r of Mrs. Lor&iz: Gdifieha'uei- rc- cen.tly at Bangroft. Mr. and Mrs. franlt Fiaig ;il;ended the open house for Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence gncjerson's 25th wedding anniversary, held in theii ho)ne recently. Mr- end Mrs. Harlan Blanchard end Jon^tbgn, %. and Mrs. Le- 'R6y Erinferi, Mervyn and Bub Kwpen, and Kenny and Ed Scfimldt were guesfe in the Woodrow Pettit home Sunday for a farewell dii^tef f6r Jaraes Pettit wlw warned ^ Gamp Carson, Colo. jl Ifnrlburt and girlb nt the Dale Scfiroeder helped Michael Scli- his 2nd birthday. Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mr. .Mrs. tarry Ramus of Lone Rock attended the birthday ccle- for Mr. Rudolph ^anno\cr in {§e Hannover n. Mr. and Mrs. p,d family of Al- flESUU'S ^ NOW.. LIVELINESS AND LUXURY IN A FULL LINE OF LOW-PRICED CARS CHMtt Eleven new~tfze Models make One-Stop Shopping easier than ever at yow Chevrolet dealer's Nothing fair to middling cious and spunky new lineup of lo\<r-priced Cars from Chevrolet! From the looksi of these nifty top'dMhe-line jTovas (unmistakably new), you'd never guess they're so easy to Own. Even some Digger cars wonder how we |ot so touch full-aize family room intp such i park* ^ble package— and such hustle out of a 6 that sips gas so sparingly. Your dealer will point oub more reasons why luxury and, a low price have never peen more beau- Ueudedl. Chevy II Nova 400 S-Door Sedan Chevy II Nova 400 Sporl Coupi Chevy II Nova 400 4-Door Station Chevy II Notct 40d frDoof Sedan iL II Xota 400 Cmwt&lt flie new Chevy U, nftt Clievrolel and new Cormir al your local autfiofhod Chevrolet deatir\ KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY S0UTM HAtt ALOONA, f<3WA CY 4^3554

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