The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 13
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f • Com/ng Events Monday, March 4 — K & E Band .Festival at Fenton Tuesday, March 5 — Fenton f L A f Weunesday, March 6 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, March 7 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, March 8 — Legion Auxiliary. Lofts Creek 4-H The monthly meeting of the Lntts Creek Leaders 4-H Club was held Feb. 18. Plans were made and a committee appointed for 4-H day. It was decided that our dub will have a basketball team again this year and plans were made for a skating party. «|g ? gT row* 1958 RECEIPTS 1. General Government 3.930.13 3. Public "Safety 4. Sanitation .'. ,„„„. 6. Recreation —----- -™ t o, 7. Utilities ^ I! 8348-38 S 1 5 ebt . s *™>«! "i-~. ' so':oo ,2- Z™ B 1 ,1"1, Agency Joi.34 GRAND -a7.933.84 1' £. cncral Government ..... 1,211.86 z. street . __ . __ a nn'n us 3. Public Safety .:::^"^~ ISnM 4. Sanitation .. aBnaa fi. Recreation .. " ......... alnio 7. utilities ... ...... :::::: ..... 354145 B. Debt Service ... ....... ____ 3!882.BO 9. Trust and Agency ........ 189,V|6 GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES - .......... 15.488.8fl HEPOHT OP UTILITIES ' use RECEIPTS: Wal " Wo "" Sale of Water or Klectricttv 4,688.80 Taxes ....... .......... ;„ j ooe.51 Other Receipts ..... . ........ 651.07 Salaries and Wages: Operation _ 1,058.93 Outlay — New Improvements: Extensions 1.415.93 Other Expenditures: l,06G.5fl Total Expeiiditures, 1956 3,541.45 CASH STATEMENT Bnlnnce on Hand — January 1, 1956 8,294.08 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31, 195G 17,93384 Total to Account for .. 26,228.82 Total Expenditures for Year Ending December 31, 1956 ..15.488.59 Add — Warrants Outstanding January 1, 1956 8.00 Total ...18.496.59 Deduct — Warrants Outstanding December 31, 1056 111.30 Total Deduct from Total to Account for ____ 15.38E.2S Balance on Hand — December 31. 1!)56 . 1084353 . REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS December 31, 1956 General Bonds ... ..... ________ 39,000.00 SUBJECT TO TAXATION ON ASSESSMENT OF JANUARY 1, 195E Class of Property: Real Property 456,913 Personal Property 123,718 Railroad Property. Telephone, Telegraph and Express Companies, Utilities, Including Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines 21,054 Total Except Monies and Credits 601,685 Total Monies nnd Credits 128,272 Total Valuation of All Property 729,097 Isebrands Of TitonkaAre Honored fitonka — Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand were pleasantly surprised when a number of neighbors came to honor them as a farewell. The Isebrands will move into their new home by March 1 and the Wm. Huisman family will move to the Isebrand home. Those present for the evening were: Mr and Mrs Hank Spear, Mr and Mrs Lou Heifrier, Mrs Mary Fritz, Miss Tena Beenken, and Mr and Mrs Simon Ricks and Linda. The Isebrands were presented with a gift and at the close of the evening lunch was served by the guests. 200 At Banquet Close to 200 tickets were sold for the Mother-tJaughter banquet at the Methodist church. Mrs George Palleson of Ringsted, polio mother of the year, was the guest speaker. Mrs Carl F. Callies acted as master of ceremonies. Mrs Hazel Carroll greeted the daughters while her daughter Sharon returned the greeting. Corn-Soybean School A corn and soybean production school will be held Tuesday evening, March 5, at the J. R. Schutjer Implement, with Dr. John L. Strauss, who hdlds a B.S. degree from Ohio State, Master's Degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and Ph. D. from Purdue as the guest speaker, All farmers are Invited. Lunch will be served, at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Geisking and family arrived home from Arizona Thursday after spending the past three months there. ' Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City left for her home Thursday after spending a week at the hpme of her parents, Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor of Titonka. The regular monthly business meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday, March 4th. Program is Community Service by Bea Garrett. Hostesses are Mrs Rae Harris and Mrs Mertie Huber. Mr and Mrs Billy Boyken and family of Ames were Friday guests at the home of Billy's parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krantz are the parents of a baby son born at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. They also have one other child, a son. Coleen Rippentrop and friend Harry Wells of St. Paul spent the weekend at the home of Mr College Queen Candidate former Titonkian. and Mrs Everett Rippentrop, Col een's parents. David Rippentrop of Mankato and also a son of Mr 3" |-ttnd Mrs,. Rippentrop also spent the Weekend at home. Jane Buffington, a 9 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Bradford' Buffington, underwent a tonsilec- tomy at Britt Thursday. Mrs Kenneth Brandt and son Rodney and Mrs Everett Rippen- torp and son Allen left Tuesday for Indianola where they will visit the Fred Thackers and the Paul Thackers respectively. They plan on returning home Sunday. NO. 2 OF A SERIES HOME OF MR AND MRS ROLAND BODE Another ALGONA Home Gets LENNOX Warm-Air Comfort HEATING WORRIES and furnace. tending chores will never bother the family living hare! A NEW, automatic LENNOX warm air furnace gives th's extra large house modem comfort and fuel-saving economy with noiseless heating, making living a new pleasure in this home. WHY DON'T YOU, *°o. pUn now to enjoy this mod«rn heating comfort. Whether you're planning on building a new house or modernising your present one. we would be happy to discuss our LENNOX Aire-Flo Heating System with you. * • AND COMPLETi PIUMBING FIXTURES AND INSTALLATION BY L. S. MUCKEY , PLUMBING & HEATING Yoyr Certified LENNOX Dealer - Expert Phone 464 U N- Dodge, Mary £>ell Miller, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold J. Miller of Algona, is one of a group of nine Princesses from which a Queen of the Mardi Gras will be selected, March 1, at Duchesne College of the Sacred Heart at Omaha. ' Mary Dell is-vice president of the Student Council at the school and chairman of the committee on social affairs. She is a senior and will be graduated in June with an English major and plans to teach in the fall.. (UDM engraving). Mr and Mrs Bud Alice and family and Mrs Anna Alke were dinner guests and afternoon visitors at the Gerald Radig home at Lone Rock Sunday. Mrs Alice Biersford of Kanawha visited Monday at the home of her mother, Mrs Edna Richter. Larry Boyken of Mankato, Minn., son of Mr and Mrs Eilert Boyken of Titonka had the misfortune to fall while playing basketball at Mankato State Teachers College, Friday, and in so dp- ing broke his left wrist. Larry Boyken and David Rippentrop spent the weekend with their parents in Titonka. . The Titonka Consolidated School held its first band concert of this season in the gymnasium, Friday evening, Feb. 22 with a large crowd in attcndence. Fifteen selections were presented under the direction of Phillip Faaborg, music instructor. Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig were among those that attended the Weiland-Johnson wedding at Al- gona Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Arthur Rode and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Rode and Linda and Verla and Wm. Brandt were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs John Rode. The occassion was Mrs Rode's birthday. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken drove to Ames Saturday to visit with their son and family the Billy Boykcns and on Sunday they attended the Builder and Home show in Des Moines held at the Veterans Memorial building. Mr and Mrs Walter Haack, Beverly, Carol and Marvin visited at Fenton Thursday evening at the home of Walters mother and also to visit, with his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs-Bob Hantle- mann from Canada who were visiting there. Mr and Mrs Wm. Fritz, Herman Fritz, Mr and Mrs Harm Eden, Mr and Mrs Henry Boyken and Betty Carlson attended the wedding of Patty Daughan and Marvin Burger at Rockwell. Patty was a Many Changes For March 1 At liver mo re Lives-more — Mr and Mrs Chnr- les Claus have so]d their f^nr to Harvey Morcy o{ Mallard. The Clsus will move to a house they purchased near Mercy hospital ir Fort Dodge. The Morey family have moved onto the Claus farm Mr and Mrs Dick Hefty who have been living on the Rum- mens farm in the northwest pan of town have rented a farm ai Hayfield, Minn, and will move ther-e. Howard McCrariy. whn has- been living on the late Joe Milk'; fnrm have moved into the house it the late Bill Frisch. The Millet '-•rm was recently bought by L E. Kay. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gardine! and family have moved from ; fnrm south of town to a farm near Lone Rock. Mr and MIT Laurence Cumin, who have been living in a tenant house on the Irvin Olson home near Bode have moved onto the farm vacated by the Gardner family. Mr and Mrs Phil McDnnnelle, who have been living in the Mry Lucy Tilson house in the north part of town have moved into the Kay house, the former Weaver Hewitt residence in the south part of town. Wayne Millers, who have been living in the Mrs Nettie Beers house in the north part of town has moved into the Tilson house. Mr and Mrs Albert Helmke and son, who have been living on the Devine farm south of town have moved into a farm house on the Louis Olson farm. The Richard Foth family who have been living on the James McBreen farm moved into the Devine house. Mr Erickson has purchased the- McBreen farm and will move into it. Mr and Mrs Eldon Monson who have been recently married and lived in Humboldt have moved onto the Bill Monson farm. M> Monson and son moved into the house vacated by Mr and Mrs Ray McCoy. Mr and Mrs James Shade and four children, who have been living on a farm west of town has moved into the Kenneth Cur< ran farm near Galbraith. Mr and Mrs Gerald Wickersham, who have been living west of town, are moving on a farm in Minnesota. The Kenneth Luckringer family, who have been living on a farm east of town, are moving to Here's How The Roland Bode Family Did it: When t h e Roland Bode family decided to build a new house on their farm northeast of Algona. they looked at many floor plans but could not find any that suited their own particular needs and ideas. With their own rough sketches, they consulted Elead Wegner, local contractor. Wegner took their ideas and plans and his draftsman. Bill Cummings, incorporated them into an engineered plan of his own. This service and estimate of cost by Wegner were completely free of charge and without obliga- • • • Jion. The plans turned out just right for the Bpdes. The nexl step was deciding how to build the house. Since Roland is quite a handyman as well as his wife, the two wanted to do some of the work themselves. This was satisfactory with Wegner because he's willing to do ajl or part of the construction of a house. W egner will either sublet contracts himseli or let the home pwner dp the subletting. This is a practical and economical method for those who have "do it yourself" talents. The Bodes did much of the interior work including putting up the plasterboard and paneling, paint ing the walls and finishing the paneling. Roland also put on the shingles and painted the outside of the house. There are still minor items to be completed- but the Bodes are very happy and satisfied with 4heir new home. (Incidentally, the Bodes' plans were so well liked by others- that there is now a new house going up in Fort Podge with their same plans.) It takes time to map out entire plans and organize for construction, so if any of you are planning on building this spring, now is the time to get started. Consult Us Now On Your Building or Remodeling Plans Free Estimate and Planning Service Elead M. Wegner CONSTRUCTION CO. PHQNE 486 1014 N. MAIN ST, Illinois where Mr Lucksinger i will manage a dairy. Mr and Mrs Donald Andersen and daughter have moved from the downstairs apartment r>f the Edward Hanson home to the Howard Lanthon farm n c :\ : M-ircty win-re ho will be empl-.r,-- od . Ottosen News Mrs Anna Longpt-th roiuvnr-cl home Tuesday fiom Fontenel'f- where ,<--hc had been visiting over the weekend at the home <>\ r, son-in-law and claughtr, Mi- and Mrs Alfred Lemke. She also attended the wedding of a grandson Larry Lcmke, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Lemke which was held on Sunday. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnen; visited Sunday at the home ui her grandparents, Mr and Mis Ray Bell at Dakota City. Mrs Watnem's parents, Mr and Mis Irl Bell of Pierson were a!s' Thundery, Eeb. 2S, !9Sy Mgono (fa.) Upftftr Bw Mofwrt^l visitors there" ' TF TT¥~rfEWB * WE WAfff 'if' ' Slender, tinted, contoured to fit snugly right at the car! 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee. Easy terms. See it today...enjoy fa«. tnous Zenith Quality! DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING ALOONA HOTEL TUBS.. MARCH 5 9 A.M. lo 12 Noon Batteries and service for most makes — You are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sift., D.M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Hew facilities for Shippers Hew comfort for Passengers Take time out from the pressure of modern life—relax on a Milwaukee Road train. Enjoy luxuries such as Super Domes, Dome Diners and Sky top Lounges; economies such as Touralux sleepers. Travel is at its best on the Super Dome HIAWATHAS and the WESTERN CITIES Fleet. New cars, new tools expedite freight service. Many specialized types of cars .. . three "push-button" yards ... a high degree of automation. Our 28,000 skilled railroaders use these new tools for better operation. Try the train — the right train. Ask your nearest ^Milwaukee Road man for information. Headquarters) Uniop Station, Chicago 6, Illinois SHI? VIA THE MILWAUKEE ROAD- 'NO. 11 OF A SERIES' Mrs Roland Bode, A! gona Farm Wife, Enjoys New Convenience With Caloric Buiif-lns To Mrs Roland Bode, the/new Caloric built-in gas cooking units are the biggest luxury at the practical level of all thal/s new in the'.r recently completed farm home northwest of Algona. The built-ins were a big step from in a old combination cook stove. And Mr? Bode hasn t lost any time finding new and differ sni methods of preparing f 0 o d in the five months she has been using them. The broiler, of course, was new to Mrs Bode. She recalls how one night she was preparing bacon and eggs for several guests."Naturally this called for lots of toast, Smce it would take so long in a, toaster, she thought of putting some slices of bread in the broiler. It held 10 slices. The toast was .done in plenty of time to be served along with bacon and eggs. The automatic timer on the oven was a new feature for Mrs Bode, loo. She and the oldest daughter, Susan, 10, enjoy using this. The Caloric units, pictured above, with Mrs Bode are a satin chrom 9 finish; "Caloric was our choice," says Mrs Bode, "because we have been using Thernwnas boltle gas for a long time and we like the way their service men and the company staff have taken care of us. We found out by talk* mg with them that the bunt-ins are no more expensive than .a regular range . , . in toot purs was a little less than some ranges which we compared. 'Caloric built-ins have just the right amount of convenience features for the most practical and economical cooking of all." (Photo and Engraving by UDM) MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE USING CALORIC GAS BUILT-INS -AND HERE'S WHY! * There is no worry about broiling with OV*n door open. * Yoy have the added convenience of eye-level visibility of control* which e«m be eijher manual or automatic. * There is automatic oven control. * Automatic Ijghtin0 of all burners - no matches. * Door panels of bright or satin metal finish - er porcelain enamel In white, black three pastel colors. * Signal light to indicate when oven reaches a desired tempera* tyre. * Non'jarring, balanced action oven door. * Heavy, thick Fiberglass insulation. Whether You're Remodeling, Building New pr Trading Ranges There Is a Calorie Gas Built-in For Your Kitchen Prices Are No Higher Than A Regular Gas UT U5 SHOW YOU HOW IASY IT 15 TO BUY CALORIC GAS COOKING UNITS! THERM06AS CO. OF ALGONA

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