The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE JUST AT ALGONA UPPfift DE3 MOINES OFFICE Wftfth $20.00 A» Wenh IS6.00 S t I ITMt Worth »M.OO At Hut ctOTHiBts -AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! WesleyanHas Surgery At Vet's Hospital Wetley _ Mtke Vitzthum had surgery at the Veteran's hospital in Des Maines, Wednesday, Mar. 20th. Mis parents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum, his sister, Mrs Rita Youngwirth' and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum visited him on Friday. Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum and Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth visited him Sunday. He was expected home Thursday. Infant Baptised The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer, March 19, in St. Ann hospital, was baptized Sunday by Father L. N. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic church and was named Daniel Joseph. The infant's paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe Studer were sponsors. Daniel has a 19 months old sister, Mary Agnes who has been with her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Eggert. Mrs Eggert's sister, Mrs Joe Lynch of Livermore helped out at the Kenneth Studer home several days. Confirmation March 31 A group of adults and children will receive the sacrament of confirmation Sunday afternoon, Mar,, 31 -in St. Joseph's Catholic Church- Bishop John Mueller of Sioux City will administer the sacrament. in Winners of the five boxes of groceries Saturday evening the. Studer's Store .were Mrs Hughes, Mrs Myrtle Slcnam?!-, Mrs George Vitzthum, Mrs Frank Grant and Mrs Lawrence Baylor. John Pfeffer, a student at the Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend at the parental, Dr. L.L. Pfeffer home. Tommy burger. Carol Goetz, Don Grant and Marva Nygaard had spent several days at home, between the quarters at the college . Mrs Clara firdman and Willy and their weekend houseguests, Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe, Barbara and Debra were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Lucy Conley at Livermore. The Wolfe family are moving soon from Ames to Long Beach, California, Where Mr Wolfe will be employed at) the Douglas Aircraft as research engineer. / Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt and four children of Garner were Sunday guests in the parental, Lawrence Koppen home. Louis Schmidt had spent the weekend in the Koppen home. Sunday evening dinner guests in 'the Wm. Hrubes home were Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer, Mr and Mrs Bill Bauer, Mr and Mrs John Bauer and family and Mr and Mite George Wellik and family of Britt. Mesdames Henry Haverly, Elmer Dpughan, George Goetz, A. N. Richtsmeier and Herman Bode attended a Rural Farm Bureau Women's Day in Britt^ Friday, March 22. A baby boy was born Sunday morning, March 24 in St. Ann hospital, Algona, to Mr and Mrs Larry Grandgenett. Mrs Grandgenett in the former Joan Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz. The young -couple now have a family of three sons. Danny is being cared for in thqj home of his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz and Ronnie is at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz. George Davis entered t h <j, Veterans hospital in Des Moines Tuesday, March 26. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier accompanied by Minnie and Nell Frimml went to Milwaukee, Wis. Saturday morning to visit the former's mother, Mrs Bertha Richtsmeier and her sister, Emmai <SUjLder at, the< Sacred Heart Sahatariu,m. They ' came horfte Sunday, evening. Vincent Richtsmeier, who is employed in Minneapolis, Minn, spent the weekend .at the parental home. Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert of Buffalo Center were Sunday FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1956 Receipts General Government . Street Public Safety Sanitation .. Municipal Enterprises Recreation , Debt Service Road Used Tax Parking Meters Tax Receipt* Office Receipt! Total 5233.95 201 W.06 33215.67 24548.53 21255.57 20683.36 39735.18 22437.70 13956.82 396794.67 5298.95 128560.37 1583.68 5139 M 17248.29 16888.10 19190.77 416988.73 38514.62 153113.90 22838.4J 25822,60 56983.47 22437.70 16888.10 Total -Transfers Salaries & Expenditures Wages General Government 11408.45. Street 26265.75 Public Safety 24375.13 Sanitation -- -- - 15996.56 Municipal Enterprises 6625.26 Recreation - - 6106.80 Qebt Service Emergency -., Road Use Tax ..Parking Meters 4110.57 187304.02 585475.32 Capital outlay 1317.7a 901.08 809.00 .101235.38 7549.U2 15205.28 5973.96 6953.39 Other Expenditures 8934.23 395573.66 10292.37 21018.41 9332.04 7674.72 48330.52 500.00 16464.25 974.39 772779.34 40897.15 Totals 21660.47 422740.49 35476:50 138250.35. 23507,82 I 281)86,80 I •18330.52 500.00 22438.21 12038.35 guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs George Cink. Mesdames Wilfred Loebig, Mar* Un Hamilton, fcael Root, J. M* Kunz, Larry 'Youngwirth, Char^ les Mullin went te Council Bluffs Friday afternoon where on Saturday they bowled in a tournament. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames spent the weekend here in their home, which they are offering for sale, Rose Marie Matz began work; last week in the Lickteig Sundries. ; / Mrs J. T. Meurer fund Mrs; Tracy Ward, the latter of fitonka 1 spent Wednesday of last week in Fort Dodge. , Mr and Mrs Earl Robinson and son Charles and her cousin, Marilyn Kearney spent Wednesday, March 20, in Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson^ and Darrell. The latter moved recently into a new apartmeril near the Plymouth congregational church where he is a janitor. Mr and Mrs Cliff Carlson and her mother, Mrs Henrietta Bowman, Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen, Gordon, and Merle Giddings went to Ames Friday, March 22, to attend graduation at the State College. Robert "biddings received a Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural engineering. Carrell Erdman of Spencer, Walt Smith, Ted Hanseji,. David Seeberg, Guy Carlson and Tommy Forburger spent several days between quarters in their respective hom|s over the weekend. The Methodist Youth Group met Sunday evening jn the Joe Skow* home, .-' v 'for a devotional meeting . and a social hour. Rev.' Trevor Boskerville of Garner was guest speaker Wednesday evening, March 27, in the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Jack Hayes and children of Waterloo were weekend guests of the parental, John Richters. Another daughter, Mr, and Mrs Ed Dus'old arm tfrflldreit' of Mason City were Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and children of Forest City visited at the parental, Victor Loebig and % Fred Rasmussen homes. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer were sponsors Sunday at the baptism of their niece Sandra Patricia, who was born March 15 to,Mr and Mrs Frank Wellik of Britt. Mrs Wellik is the former Shirley Studer, older daughter ot Mr and Mrs Joe Studer. Wellikh now have a family of two sons and two daughters. Totals 94888.52 Transfers Cash Statement Treasurer's Balance — January 1. 1956 Total Receipts for year 1956 - 139945.50 519095.49 753929,51 6283,38 141412.91 772779.34 Total to account for „_„.„ Total Expenditures for year 1956 - 753929.51 Add: Warrants Outstanding Jan. 1st, 1956 6909.37 914182.25 Total - 760838.88 Deduct •+• Warrants Outstanding Dec. 31, 1956 -- „ 3174.58 Warrants Cleared Bank, Recorded Jan. 1957 . 104.0J Total Deductions :. 757768.3J Treasurer'* Balance — Dec. 31, 1956 ,..., 156423.U3 Municipal Indebtedness Pec. 31. 1956 General Bonds ..., „.—. 424000.00 Special Assessment 107000.00 ; Revenue Bonds — 184000.0X1 / 715000.00 Valuation of Property Subject to Taxation on Assessment of Jan. 1, U$6 Class of Property Real Property ,. 4373097.00 Personal Property 998133.00 Railroad Property 53765.00 Telephone, Telegraph and Express Co. _. 33723.00 Utilities, including transmission lines and Pipe lines -- 117796.00 Total except Money & Credit .-.5578514.00 Total Monejs and Civdlts -,., ., 1467885.00 Total valuation of All Property 7044398.00 NOTICE • GRAND OPENING of Lucille's Cafe SOUTH OF COURTHOUSE MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1957 FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS From 8 to H A.M. And 2 to 5 P,M. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS .1 i * i Elmer Swanson Rites Tuesday At LuVerne LuVerne — Funeral services were at 2 p.m, Tuesday, March 26, 1957, in the Blake Funeral Home in LuVerne for Elmer Swanson, 66, His nephew, -the Rev. Harold Hanson, Nelson, Minn., officiated. Burial topk place in the family lot in the Irvington Cemetery. Elmer Swanson, who never married, has made his honie the past years with a sister, Mrs EK mer Manson in Manchester, la., where Ije passed away. Friday night, March 22. Elmer was the son of the late Mr and Mrs August Swanson, former residents of the Irvington vicinity and also in Algona, Surviving are eight brothers and si&ters, as well as many nieces and nephews. Carl Swanson of LuVerne is a brother. Infant Baptised The infant son of Mr and Mrs Donald Miller, was baptized Terry Lynn in the morning service Sunday March 24, in the Zipn Lutheran Church with the Rev. Louis \Vittenburg officiating. Sponsors \yere the 'baby's uncle, Melvin Kufeek of Des Moines and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf. Dinner guests Sunday noon were Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia NOTICE OF ELEOTIQJJ . hereby- given* That the tabulations Bet out below give a full, c-orrrrt, and true report of tho result of an election of a corn- for the Ktauilfc • ftul CPU- m**rkk h«W an the »y of, Msjm 1897, (a) Wai vote* curt in elec»ten (ft) V<Jt*» (pa** lor Commissioner VIUBM *>T CwiMwtM He- ft* " c'u«' Kraut? J. C. Skow. being thu ryudictatc rscj^ved . the largest r.uivoejr of , V£is d«!cia««l Uiv fleeted commlesioiiur for said no I. btuie boil Conservation C'ommittee My K. M. Wagner, Chairman Puled this 27th day of MUnfh, 1957. (rublialu-d March 28. 1957. in Ttie Alg'jau (lu.) Ui i'cr JDts; of Des Moihfes and Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf and children* 34ih __. Miss Alice! Ann Barton entertained in honor of the thirty- fourth wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton in the Ed Schoenwetter ;home in Garner. Miss Barti fcaring for Mti "Schoenwettfe, "« an invalid. Guests w ind Mrs Russell Hanson, . ,jfha, and Mr und Mrs El Seary, Corwith, daughters *nd Mrs Schoenwfetter. M ••of a combined magazine rack afidL 'foot stool W|9 presented w|'Hhe honored coupift, >'*•* • Home From .Florida Mr and Mrs C. 6. McClellan arrived home Friday evening from a three ftionths winter vacation Spent in Florida with; ah apartment in Tampa. Edward Dehnert, who joined them there for some fishing, accompanied them home. Mr Dehnert sailed from New York last September for Port Au Prince, Haiti, where he was employed as a millwright on the construction of a big flout mill, sponsored by the Alils Chalmers Co., of Milwaukee. Undergoes Surgery Mrs Amelia Behnkendorf, who was taken by State Ambulance to the University hospital, Iowa City, Wednesday for a routine check up, submitted to surgery UTILITIES PHOCEEDraOS A tneetlnjg'of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities Was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, March 1, 1957, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Allen 'Buchanan, C. R. McQuiston. T. James Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl. Secretary. Absent was: M. J. Bradley. The minutes of the meetings of Feb. 6th and Feb. 15th, 1957, were read ana approved. • r , Motion by McQutston, seconded by Buchanan, that the vouchers toayablfe be approved and authorized paid audited. Motion, carried. All votl: ; t'Aye". f? . •- , Pay Roll, pay roll 1,767.61 Milton Bilyeu, labor 134.36 Edwin Weishaar. labor 131.38 Mervin Hentgcs. labor „_, 97.80 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 257.50 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax „ 154.01 Diesel Service Co., fuel oil 3,884.'I5 North Central Pub. Ser. Co.. gas bill , 5.656.38 Fulton Iron Works Co., repairs 611.00 Midway Motor Co., Inc.. repairs H7.00 Indiana Comm. Filters Corp., supp. 91.48 Iowa Elec. Supp. Co.. supp. -- 730.05 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 300^9 A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., supp. 5.55 Ind. Towel & Uniform Ser., service 4.30 Norton Machine Works, repairs 17.80 Algona Machine Shop, repairs .. 32.35 R. J. Funk, supp 9.09 Arnold Motor Supply, supp. 4.01 Greenberg Auto Supply, supp. . 4.68 A. L. Okun Co., supp 8.55 Hopkins Super Service, gas and oil „•___ 8R.38 Kohlhaas Hdwc., supp. S 71 Elec. Heat & Air Cond.. sub. ... 2.00' Tracy Office Equipment, on contract 90,00- Advance Publ. Co., supp. & leg. 85 15 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., supp. and legals , __ 35.M Farner-Bockerv Co., supp. 41 72 Uarco, Inc., supp. ._ 9JM T. James Palmer, exp. 511.54 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., serv. ._.<. 60.88' Putty Cash, misc. 17-SI9 Water Fund ' Pay Roll, pay roll 32841 Frank Ostrum, labor 111.10 Walter Peterson, labor 129.70 Reakus lielmere, labor „ 37.14 Heine* Helm<jr|, labor 37.14 George WiMg,. labor „,_•- 3250 Iowa State Bank, withholding tux --.. 17.20 Soc. Sec. Fund. soc. sec. tax .-. Neptune Motor, Co., meters 1157.08 Leightpn Supply Co., biipp. .... 251) !)5 A. Y. McDonalJ Mig. Co., supp. ; 1.95 Greenberg Auto Supply, supp. 281 H. J. Cowan Cont. & Builder, service • 45.00 Rapid -Thermogus Co., serv. 200 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs 2.52 Hopkins Sup. Ser., gas & oil ; 26 57 Addressograph Corp., serv. i 1745 petty-Cash, misc. ' 601 Depo»il Fund Max Sewick et al, refund 10500 Then there was discussion with Armin Schultz of Schultz Bros. Garag''. with respect to purchasing a new - 1 ! ton truck. Next meeting date was set for Maivh 18, 1957, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl , » Soerutary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board A MADi-TO-ORDER PRESCRIPTION i Your doctor g^VM 9 scription lor a definite purpose and pwtw, Tb»t i» why we cannot counler- We protect your 252 THUENTE PHARMACY there Friday morning. Her son and wifn, Mr and Mrs Bel ward Behnkendorf went to Iowa Cit^ early Friday morning to be with their mother. New Arrival* Mr and Mrs Ben Scipker, Jr of DCS Moines are parents of their first child, a daughter, Thursday, Matth 21, in the Mercy hospital there. Mrs Setpker is the former Gloria Harmon, daughter of Mr and Mrs fay Harmon, LuVerne. Mrs Faye Harmon goes to assist in her daugh* ters home. Mr and Mrs Harry-Lenz are the parents of a six pound baby girl iborn Friday, March 22, in S1. Ann hospital, Algona. They have a son Martin. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Edward I-cnz. LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson, Livermore. Weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry Marty home were their son, Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty and son Alan of Greene. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock visited Sunday evening in the home of their daughter. Mr and Mrs Donald Miller and children. Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs Dora Moore in Mallard. The occasion was the birthday of Cecil Jolliffe. Mr and Mrs Charles Brown, sons, his parents, iMr and Mrs Carl Brown, St. Benedict, were Sunday dinner guests in the hoitte of their brother and son, Mr* &nd Mrs Gerald Brown in Fenton. Mr and Mr* Qltah Br&yfi*j-d and Annette wet* Sunday guests m the homfe of h*r sister, Mr and Mrs Ray Sanders in Webster City. They also called in home of friends, Mr and Mrs James Farley in Biairsburg. Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz ot Marshalltown Were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz and Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus. Mr and Mrs James Mallory had as guests Sunday her parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Madden x>f Fenton. Larry and Ronald Martin, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, visited their parents, Supt. and Mrs B. K: Martin over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelrm and daughters had as Sunday guests, his brothers, Mr and Mrs Dennis Wilhelmi and Pamela Jo of Belmond and Mr and Mrs Burnis Wilhelmi of Renwick. Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf were hosts t6 the Bid Nine Card Club in thieir home Saturday evening. At three tables of five hundred, high, Mrs Burtis De Nio and Earl Johns, low, Mrs Guy Andre and Clifford Holmes. Nine bid, Mrs Clifford Holmes. The couple receiving low score are elected to do the refreshment dishes. The next meeting to be April 6, with Mr and Mrs Vernon Daley. Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelmi entertained their neighborhood card club in their home Thursday evening. At the three tables of 500, high, John Pergande and Mrs Gordon Gregory; low, Donald TW»doy, March 58, 19S7 AI0ona fla.) Upp«r DM MftfM Miller and Mrs Robert Will: travel prize, Edward Bfthnfcen- dorf. Mr and Mrs Donald Miller will be hosts next on April 4. Mr and Mrs Glen Brayhard have rrow received the address of their son Dale in armed services. It is Corp. Oale W. Brav- nard, E. ft. 17453?41 - 1st Pltn B. Bty, 84th S. A. Bn,, Fort Carson, Colo. Miss Inez Skow of Fort fik was a Sunday guest in the h of her brother-in-law and si Mr and Mrs William Moediti Mr and Mrs Jack Lewi and children of Fort Dodge v ed her mother, Mrs Clttra Ro Sunday. Mrs Rogers wcomj ied them home. Started Chicks On Hand Save $8.00 per hundred on Parted chick*. This it for ltmltedjlm«.jTOp injand lookjjt thatejta* chicks. Early chick* will pay more profirfrom HAMIITON ; S~HATCHERY in Wesley, or colt Algona or LuVerne stores, Graham s • spring-fresh delightful DR Certainly tho fr**hesi, preilie&l t way to look now and on into summer . . . our complete showing of special occasion and casual dresses in up-lo-lhe minute spring styles, fabrics, colors . . Buy io wear right now! . . . Buy io save for Easter; , . Juniors Sizes! Misses Sizes I Half Sizes! famous HOSIERY At New Low Prices Wakes It Time To Stock Up At Grg^am's on Spring and , Easter Stockings DAYTIME SHEERS AND SERVICE WEIGHTS-51 Oagfl*, 15 or 30 Denier Wer*>$1.95 Now 1.15 Pr. FOIl-A-RUN 60 GAUGE SHEERS Amazingly Run-Re»iitant Wer« $1,65 Now 1.35 Pr. new I new I new for you! Lovely Coats A Value-Packed Selection at 22.98 Sprina coats featuring BACK. INTEREST . . featuring flittering, flowing Unw . . . featuring fine Wools, Tweeds, even CfthjMre Blendal Ypu will find them *H< and more, in 0raham's 8prla< Coat lelectiotna now so fresh and new on our ap parel balcony, SIZES FOR ALL «tai^3fttta»a»*a»^^ branrf-new thipmentf COSTUME JEWELRY The »U-Unp»mnt "*eq**» t ot small costume jewelry . . . e«f rUwwu pini< br necklaces , . , eat) TOUTS along with ymt new Spring weidroba at this . , newest in ney Jeweffy I y>'$K\ "<•«' i*. ,>,v •;.: -.'/'>.'

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