The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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County Woman's Clubs Elect New Officers Latin American .Neighbors wa Ithe theme for the spring conven Ition of Kossuth County Federation lof Woman's Clubs Thursday in th< •Presbyterian church here. Hos Itess-clubs and their presidents Iwere: Algona, Clara Amesbury iBurtj'Mrs. Dale Lockwood; Plum |C«sek, Mi's. George Kain; and iWhittemore, Mrs. Lawrence [Kirsch. I Mrs. C. B.'Innis of Ogden, sixth [district director; was featured (speaker at the morning session IMrs. Clarence Brandt, Titonka, •county president, was in charge ol Ithe business meeting arid new officers were elected. An awards [luncheon was held at noon., [ Sonia Roza, exchange student [from Colombia spoke at the opening of'the afternoon session. Music [was by the Rythmettes, a quartet [composed of Mrs. Delmar Kern. IMrs. Lee Schenck, Mrs. Floyd Holt [and Mrs. Andrew Gotten. | Mrs. Milton Norton installed the •new officers. Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Hurt,- is president; : Mrs.'Russell Patterson, Burt, vice < president; Vfrs. Vernon Wenger, Wesley, sec- •etary; and Mrs. George Kain, Algona, treasurer. A style show by ^"Federation's yogue pattern contestants was held. Models, who also made their ensembles, were Mrs. Harley Lehman, Mrs. Kenneth Krantz, Mrs. Vernon Wenger, Mrs. Clifford [rantz, Mrs. Don Bpyd and Mrs. lobert 'Beemer. High school girls nodding from Titonka Woman's Club were Jean Isebrand, winner, uane Schmidt, Linda Fritz, Janice Larson /arid Kathleen ; - Eden. > Mrs. padie Dentoh and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr> of Titonka were commen- &«*«...'£ -•_ "LOVER COM6 SACK" Starting Wednesday tot One Hilarious Week! PAJAMA GAME — Doris Day can't remember any of the details about her marriage the night before to Rock Hudson, who assures her everything is legal. Scene in Universai's "Lover Come Back," co-starring Tony Randall. 31ub Collect. She was accompanied by Erna Baars. : Kenneth Beaver Is Host For Seneca 4-H Club Seneca — The Seneca Progres- ive Farmers 4-H club met at the Sixth district appointments are Ufa. Dale Struthers, Wesley, divis- on of United Nations; Mrs. Clarnce .Brandt, Titonka, collective irity; Mrs. George Winkel, littemore, family living;; and Margaret Durant, Algona, literacy pnd scholarship.^ . Mrs. Robert Beemer, Lakota, is pome life chairman; Mrs! ,W. W. ioettcher, Burt,''fine arts chair- nan. The nominating committee is _pJrs. Milton Norton, Algona, Mrs. Ifalvin Vaudt, Fenton,, and Mrs, lyictor Dttu,sVifhittemore. The con- Tititutton fttbmniittee Is Mrs. Biir- 1 ette<Hoeppner, Dakota, Mrs. Ver- pon ,rWenger,' Titonka and ''Mrs. Haro$l Martinek, Wesley,'' ' ! ~ v • The program closed with Fran- Fcis McDonald of Burt singing the Charles Beavers Monday 'night, with Kenneth Beaver as host and Dennis Tipple, assistant host, 'wenty-four members answered oil call by identifying various game animals. During the business meeting, the roup voted to give a $10 donation o the Lone Rock American Legion, 'he group also voted to have a heater party this weekend at Alona. Ray Bergum and Roger Jensen, leaders, presented a demonstration. Richard and Roger England will be the April 9 hosts. Mrs. Wayne Lynch accompanied her house guest, Mrs. Robert Norris and children to Granyille last Tuesday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friesth of Fort Dodge spent "\ Saturday ';, and Sunday with the Alfred Petersons. SUridiiy they visited;with.Mr; and Mrs. Clarence Cifefcver, and: daughter, Ringsted. Mr.fand Mrs. Clarence Cheever and "daughter^ moved, last "Monday to Jhe] farm home vacated by the RajlJEimerSj located northwest of Rifjgsted. Mr. Cheever Will assist p'ale Anderspn^Tvith thn operatioa dfT-theiWiUard Swell farm. M--i^ ' ''-..;'.-^ The United States Testing Co. has proved whnt users hovt always daimed, You wake up mpre refreshed feeceuse you sleep more soundly on Beautyrest than pn *Hw rnattresses. The independent coil construction Mh« s»«r«t of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. Order this world famous Simmons mattress today I Tufted or Smooth Twftltss $79*0 / / • 8QX SPRING J79.SO FREE VAN DELIVERY BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE fiRMS ISTAIUSH60 1935 AKIQNA Sunday dinner guests at the Cecil Andersons included their son and family, the Roger Andersons and three children, also Mr. Anderson's sister, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Abbas of West Bend. Afternoon guests included Alfred and Albert Anderson of Armstrong. Mrs. Ervin Votteler will be hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Menz will have charge of entertainment. v Kathryn Johannesen of St. Paul, Minn, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen. Larry Johannesen, a student at Waldorf College, Forest City, was also home for the weekend. Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue spent the'weekend in Des Moines where Mrs. Kracht was sponsor at the baptism of her granddaughter, Deanna Kay, daughter o! Mr. arid Mrs. Roger Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jch attended opeft, house at Sunday afternoon, hofloriflg „*. Mrs. George .fwalt oa their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Kenneth visited with the James Beavers, ESthervllle) Sufti day. They also visited with Mr. 'Beaver's mother, Mrs. Hattie Sea! ver, and brother, Mac, Btetherville. Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen took their grandson, Tommy Krue* ger, Fairmont, home again Wednesday evening. Their sott-ih-law, Glen Kreuger, who had been hospitalized at St. Mary's hospital Rochester, had been released anc brought home that afternoon, Portland News A letter was received from Mrs Evelyn Graham of Denver, Colo, hanking her friends and relatives 'or helping her to have the most wonderful birthday she has ever lad. Her sisters, Mrs Clara Ashing from Illinois and Anne Belle ritch from Missouri came to help ler celebrate. This was Mrs Gralam's 80th birthday, she says she is feeling fine. Mrs Graham was a long time resident of Portland. Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Becker home were Mr and Mrs McWhorter, Mr.and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Martini Becker of Algona. This was in honor of Linda Becker's 12th birthday. Mrs Goodwin Bergerud was taken to the St. Ann hospital and then to Iowa City. Any one wishing^ to write her or send her a card, can address it to University hospital, Iowa City. The Portland Social Club wili meet April 12 in the Cunningham cafe with Mrs Ray Fitch hostess. Mr and Mrs Roger Schmidt, Susie and Mary of Titonka were fftursday evening visitors in the WIHiam Christensen home. '*!<Mr and Mrs George Hix were diflner guests in the Dwight Ruse Thursday. Mrs Edward and Mrs Lorraine Boekel- were afternoon calleds. v'-Bichie Tiggermartn stayed a few days with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs F. J. Krull, while his mother, Mrs Richard Tiggermann, WJ|S at Iowa City with his sister, M?s' Daniel Perdue, who under- wint an operation last Monday. Mr and Mrs David Bolie and family; visited in the F. J. Krull home, Thursday afternoon. I asked a clerk what my wife might like for a birthday present. He said, "If she likes you, she'll like anything". Home From Trip . Burt — Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mil- 4er> arrived home Sunday after a .3 week vacation which took them about 5,000 miles round trip on Which they visited relatives and friends in Illinois, New Jersey, Georgia and Florida. In New Jersey they visited the son, Lawrence and family at Runnemeade. ORDINANCE NO. 428 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 413, THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF 1959, BY_AMENDS?£'CHAPTER 4, TITLE JV ENTITLED ."RESTRICTED PARKING BY MAKING IT UNLAWFUL '"SB5 . ANY PE RSON, FIRM, COR?ORATION OR ASSOCIATION, •OR ANY SERVANT, AGENT OR ^EMPLOYEE THEREOF, TO STOP, PARK OR LEAVE STANDING AT ANY TIME ANY MOTOR VE- HICI,,E OR OTHER VEHICLE OP, ON THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF (SV4) OF CENTRE .STREET BETWEEN THE EAST M,F 0 »' OF THE ' 'NORTHEAST QUARTER (NEVt) OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP NINETY FIVE (95) NORTH,'RANGE TWENTY NINE (29) WEST OF THE-Sth E.M. AND THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST -. QUARTER WW'/i) OF SAID SECTION ONE (J) 1 AND THE SOUTH HALF (SVa) .OF U. S. HIGHWAY '18 BETWEEN THE EAST LINE OF LOT ONE (1) OF GOVERNMENT-LOT FOUR (4) ' 'OF AUDITOR'S-PLAT OF' THE ' NORTHEAST QUARTEtl (Nfi SECTION TWO (S: NINETY FiVE ' &S) $i RANGE TWENTY NINE WEST OF THE Jtn P.M. THE- WEST LINE OF SAtfi AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT, ';-.-• BE IT ORDAINED BY THE dtTY .COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF' ALdpNA, Seiition 1. Section 1 of Chapiter 4 or Title IV of the Municipal Code of I lie City or Algonn, Iowa, entitled "Restricted Parking" Is hereby amended by adding thereto a new Section lo be designated "1.10" to read as follows: That portion ot the South Half (SVa) of Centre Street between the East Line of the Northeast Quar' tcr (NE'4) of Section One (1), Township Ninety-five (95) North. Range Twenty Nine (29) West of the Sth P. M., and the West Line of the Northwest Quarter <NW«) of snld Section One (1), Section 2. Section 1 of Chapter 4 of Title- rv of tho Municipal Code of the City of Algona, Iowa, entitled "Restricted Parking" Is hereby amended by adding thereto a new Section lo be designated "1.11" to read as. follows: That portion of the South Half. (SVa) of U. S. Highway 18 between the East Line of Lot One (1) of Government Lot Four (4) of Auditor's Plat ot the Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (2D). West of the 8th , P. M., and the West Line of said lot. Section 3. The foregoing amendment shall be incorporated in the Municipal Code of the City of Algona,. Iowa by appropriate action of the City Clerk. Section 4. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are repealed. Section 5. This Ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication, as provided by 'law. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED THIS 28 day of March, 1962. Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk Mayor ATTEST: David A. Smith City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 428, which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 28 day of March, A.D., 1962, is hereby duly authenticated. Dr. Camerbn C. Shlerk . Mayor ATTEST: David A. Smith City Clerk Tufstrcty, 3, 1963 Alcana fla.) Upp«r De» Mo!n*«-7 Algona Launderers & Dry Gleaners • - • •' ' ••' r ^ Winter-Info-Spring SUGGESTIONS Now is the time to check your home and wardrobe. Clothes need cleaning — Laundry tool It's so easy ,with our speedy twin service. ' NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8060 ' April Term, 1962 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE' HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing pur» porting to -be the last Will and Testament of Eva Gisch, Deceased, dated November 24, 1858, having 'been this day filed, -opened and read, Monday the, 16th day of April, 1D62, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Fresh As SPRING CLEANING FOR THE !. WHOLE FAMILY! Let One Call Do It,All PHONE CY 4-365 CHILDREN'S CLOTHES are another specialty of ours. We give them that color- bright look at no extra charge and they'll look lovely. You will be delighted. Get Ready for EASTER Here at Algona Launderers & Dry Cleaners we believe in good, prompt service. However, from long experience, we know that the natural tendency is to perhaps let some of the vital dry cleaning preparatory to Easter go until the final week. Despite our sincere desire to give our usual service—and we will — we also appreciate a chance to do some of the pre-Easter work prior to the last week. So if you have your dry cleaning ready, why not give us a call now? When you gel,it back it will be all ready for Easter and protected so that it will be "fresh as a daisy" when Easter, arrives. Do Your .Clothes Need A Beauty Pick-Up? Keep that "Party Fresh" look with the exclusive "STA-NU" finishing touch which you find here . . .the soft feel, wrinkle resistance too. It's that extra attention we give shirts when launde ring them that makes the difference. They'll feel better, because we contour press shoulders and collars for better fit . . they'll look better, because our thorough laundering gives a soft brightness only a really clean shirt can have. Our Personal Touch! Specialists in Draperies and Slip Covers, Table Linens, Curtains, Sheets, Pillows, Pillow Cases, Towels, Wash rugs, blankets, bed spreads, bed ruffles, doilies & dresser scarfs, Comforters and Quilts.' You'll love the Personal Touch we give them. Top Yourself with Smartness — Hats that are trim, .give a headstart business wise and socially. You'll look better, feel better apd do better if you send us your cleaning and blocking. Look ahead to a season of smartness in correctly cleaned Coats and Jackets. After cleaning, have them shower-proof < ed. Fabrics stay soil resistant and wrink- leproof longer, while protecting your family's health and appearance. CALL NOW FOR DEPENDABLE FUR STORAGE March • April weather is tricky in Iowa. You might not wanl to part with your fur coat right yet. But when you do, remember that storing your furs 'with us meant they will be placed in modern, mothproof Sperry fur storage vaults in Port Dodge, for whom we are bonded agents. Your fur coat fully and completely in sured, of course. When winter comes again, will your woolens be ready? FREE STORAGE SERVICE FOR WINTER GARMENTS Extra qareful cleaning plus extra safe, storage combing to protect garments from moth*, fire, «r thfft, And it's SS convenientl No mart closet crowded with bulky woplens , . .just call in the Pall and get back a beautify] refreshed winter wardrobe. •> More Closet Space « Safe Fram Moths • Safe From Theft 9 Safe From Firs STA-NU — what is it? It's our exclusive dry cleaning finishing process which revitalizes clothes . . . makes them wpinjkj«»{ree . . . gives them a rich feel and a new look. Colors richer, fabrics smoother to the tpuch. NO EXTRA COST FOR 5TA-NU OR FQR STORAGE, I- IMMllNIi StaNu ENJOY CLEANING PLUS SAFER STORAGE - AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ALGONA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS We Pick Up and Deliver Anywhere , Phone CY 4-3265 For Free, Pickup ft Delivery House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Cterk of said Court: and nt ten o'clock AjM., of the day above mentioned all |M(r*ina Interested are hereby notified Slid required to appear, and show cnuse, It any they hnve, wliy Instrument should not be probated and al* lowed aS and for the last Will and Tastatnent of snid deceased. Dated at Algonn, lown, March 20, 19C2. Alma Pearson Clerk ot the District Court. Linnnn, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algona. Iowa (13) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that the 3oard of Supervisors of Kossuth Conn* y> Iowa, will receive scaled bids at he office of the County Auditor ot <ossuth County, Iowa, In the County Court House. Algonn, Iowa, until the 2th day of April, 1902, at 2:00 o'clock, >.M., Central Standard Time, for fur- lishing labor, materials and equipment •equlred to cleanout the open ditch of Kossuth County Drainage District 4o. 79, at which time and place the ilds will be publicly opened and road aloud. The ditch to be cleaned out Is located In Sections 10, 11, 14 and 15, Sarflcld Township, Kossuth County, owa. The work consists of clearing ap- iroxlmately 33D trees, excavating ap- irpxlmately 4,100 cubic yards ot earth o cleanout 1 mile of open ditch, lev- 'llng spoil bank resulting from ditch Idanout, repairing one tile bulkhead, linking repairs to tile outlets and mis- •cllaneous associated work. Bids, to be considered, shall cover he complete work specified. If a con- met is awarded, all work specified will be Included in one contract. All proposals shall be submitted In lupllcate on a proposal form which vlll be provided by the County Audl- or or by the Engineer and shall be lellvcred In a sealed envelope to the ifflce of the County Auditor of Kosuth County, Kossuth County Court louse, Algonn, Iowa, on or before he time for receiving bids as stated bove. AH proposals shall be accompanied >y a check certified by an Iowa bank n an amount, not less than ten per ent (10%) of the bid, payable to the County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa. IT his order, the amount of which heck shall be forfeited if tho bidder leglects of refuses to enter Into con- .ract or to furnish bond after his pro- josal shall have been accepted. The Board ot County Supervisors •oservcs the right to reject any and all jlds, offers, or proposals submitted and o waive Informalities in any bid, arid o acpcpt the proposal which It deems to be to the best Interests of the County. ,The Board of County Supervisors reserves the right to defer acceptance ot any proposal for a period of not to '.xeeecl twenty (20) calendar days from [he dale of the letting. The Contractor will be paid in drainage warrants on the basis of monthly estimates and one final payment In accordance with the provisions of Sections 495.110 and 455.113, Code ot Iowa, 1958. Warrants will bear Interest at the rate of 4 percent per annum from the date of their registra- tion'at the office of Ihc County Treasurer until called for payment by the County Treasurer. The successful bidder shall furnish .1 performance bond In the amount of 75 percent of Ihc contract price, which bond shall comply with the requlr- mcnts of Section 455.43, Code of Iowa, •ISO n nt | wii|pi, bond shall be drawn In favor of Kossuth County (Iowa) uramngc District No. 79. The Contractor shall commence construction on or before June 1, 1062, and shall complete construction on or before July 31. 1»G2. Plans and specifications are now on file In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Algona, Iowa. Copies may be obtained from Kruse ?n#lnierlng Service, Spencer, Iowa. A deposit of $10.00 for one set ot plans and specification!) will be required, HI of which will be refunded to bona- tlde bidders who bid In their own name provided plans and specifications are returned In good condition within 15 days after award of the contract. The full amount of the deposit will be returned to all other parties provided plans and specifications are ••ot.urned In good condition within five days after the date of the letting. No refund will be made for plans and specifications not returned within these periods. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By C. S. Pearson, County Drainage Clerk. (13-14) Thursday thru Wednesday except Sunday "Lover Come Back" 7:15-9:20. Sunday 1:30-3:30-5:35-7:40-9:40. Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Wolf Dog" Plus 6 Color Cartoons. DRIVE-IN W AT W . GET TOE GMG-TOGETHER...CMON OUT'.! ALGONA Sat. mat. 1:30 only }• : >.;.;,. • ,::• •.--... - .; . Special Show For Entire Family ! OUTLAW TERROR OF GREAT NORTH! THE PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS - KIDDIES ONLY 25c ENDS TONITE (Wed.) "LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN" THUR. thru WED. ALGONA FOR ONE HILARIOUS WEEK I SAID THE VICTIM >, TO THE WOLFI "Pillow Talk playmates are at it again! ROCK HUDSON "••••• DORIS DAY TONY RANDALL * Its the picture with w/ Cnta<tm| EOIE ADAMS' JACK OAKIE JACK KRUSCHEN .^STANLEYSHAPIRO W PAUL HENNING«.««* DELBERT MANN teMM«, STANLEY SHAPIRO - MARTIN MELCHER U<M»< note ROBERT ARTHUR 4 } PkWci Cwj»u!ma-Ng6 Hill PioOucttw, Int-Af.u Production:, Inc. Picture • A Uoivaul InUiutiwi Reltia AH AOUttT. SQttitSTiCATEQ COM£OC/ ADULTS —UOc; JUNIOKS — 75c; KIDDIES — 25c

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